The wedding of Miss Elizabeth Spalding and Hamilton Mattingly, both popular young people of the Calvary section, was solemnized Tuesday morning at 6:00 o'clock at Holy Mary's Church at Calvary, the pastor, Rev. J. P. Welsh, officiating in the presence of quite a number of relatives and friends. A Nuptial High Mass followed the ceremony.Miss Rebecca Spalding, sister of the bride, was the bridesmaid, and Vincent Spalding was the groom's best man.The bride was attractively attired in a brown crepe dress trimmed in velvet with hat and other accessories to harmonize. She carried an arm bouquet of pink rosebuds and ferns.
The bridesmaid wore a green crepe dress with accessories to match and carried pink rosebuds and ferns.Following the ceremony, breakfast was served at the home of the bride's parents, after which Mr. and Mrs. Mattingly left for Mount St. Joseph's Academy, Daviess County, where they visited her sister, Sister Praxedes. They will go to housekeeping in an apartment at the home of Miss Ethel Goodin on Chandler Street in this city.
Mrs. Mattingly is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Spalding and possesses many qualities of mind and heart that have endeared her to a wide circle of friends. She attended school at Calvary and was graduated from St. Charles High School at St. Mary. Later she attended Campbellsville College. For two terms she was an efficient teacher in the county schools and at one time was a nurse at Boldrick's Infirmary in this city.
Mr. Mattingly is an energetic young man and is employed at the John A. Wathen Distillery Co. Until a few months ago he was engaged in farming. He is a son of Mrs. Lottie Mattingly and the late William Mattingly.
|Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Mattingly|