October 31, 1923

Wednesday Evening, October 31, 1923


Birnie – Graves

(From Boston, Mass., paper)

Walter Everett Birnie, of 927 West Boylston Street, son of Mrs. Margaret Birnie of Vinal Haven, Me., and Miss Bertha D. Graves, of 71 New Bond Street, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace D. Graves of Nicholsville, N. S., were married Tuesday morning, Oct. 16, in the Pleasant Street Bapt. Church. Rev. Crawford O. Smith, pastor of the church, performed the ceremony.

The bride was attended by Miss Inez MacPhee and the best man was Mr. Charles Farr. The bride’s suit was dark blue model of Poiret twill. She wore a black panne velvet hat and her flowers were an arm bouquet of white roses and lilies of the valley.

Miss McPhee wore brown brocaded crepe with hat to match, and her flowers were Ophelia roses in a corsage bouquet.

Immediately after the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Birnie left for a wedding trip to Maine. They will make their home at 6 Malden street. The bride’s gift to her attendant was a pearl necklace and the best man received gold initialed cuff links from the bridegroom.