BROOKLYN EAGLE, TUES., MAR. 27, 1951 Page 12 photo col 1 article column 2
Margaret M, McKenna W. E. King Jr. Married
Miss Margaret Mary McKenna, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. John Michael McKenna of 78 77th St., and William Edward King Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. William Edward King of
1269 E. 40th St., were married yesterday at the R. C. Church of Our Lady of Angels. The Rev. Thomas P. Campbell performed the ceremony which was followed by a reception at
the Hotel Gregory. The bride, who was given In marriage by her father, wore a Chantilly lace and white satin gown. Her veil of French illusion fell from a matching bonnet.
She carried a prayer book with a white orchid and stephaviotis. Miss Eileen Patricia McKenna, the maid of honor,wore a dress of pale yellow net and Chantilly lace. She carried a spray of talisman roses. The bridesmaids were the Misses J Marjorie King, sister of the bridegroom, Margaret Elizabeth Patton of Bel Air, Md. Mary Dolan, cousin of the bride,and Mrs. John Watson of Brooklyn. They were attired In nile green net and Chantilly lace. James Morrissey of Brooklyn served as best man. The ushers
were John Joseph McKenna,brother of the bride, David
Beal of Lancaster, Pa., Raymond Dahlstrom of Staten
Island and Max Marxreiter of Manhattan. After a trip to Washington,D. C, and Williamsburg, Va., the couple will live in Bay Ridge. The bride was graduated from St. Agnes Seminary and St. Joseph's College, Emmetsburg, Md. Mr. King received his education at Brooklyn Technical
High School, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and the
New York University Graduate School of Business. He is an
electrical engineer for the Arraa Corporation.
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