At the bride's residence at 7 o'clock on Sunday evening a quiet and pretty
wedding was solemnised by Rev. Mgr. F.D. McCARTHY, the contracting parties
being Mr. Stanley KENNEDY, son of the late Capt. John KENNEDY, and Miss Mary
C. DOODY. The bride was becomingly attired in a gown of blue voile. She
was attended as bridesmaid by her cousin, Miss FINLAY, and was given away by
her uncle, Mr. Patk. JOY, while the groom was ably supported by his brother,
Mr. Nicholas KENNEDY. The interesting ceremony was witnessed by a select
company of immediate friends. The toast of the occasion was proposed by
Mgr. MCCARTHY, who spoke the general sentiment of the community when
referred to the bride as one of our most popular young ladies, and was in
full accord with a large circle when he conveyed the best wishes for a happy
and prosperous voyage over the matrimonial sea. Mr. P. JOY responded in
pleasant manner. The bride was the recipient of many handsome and useful
gifts which, in some measure, attest the esteem in which she is held. The
newly-married couple with reside in Mr. KENNEDY's newly-erected dwelling.
Carbonear, Jan. 27, 1913.