"...-Governor Frank Black of New York, was quietly married to Miss Frances G. Purdy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Purdy, at the Purdy home on Wakefield Park at noon today.
The ceremony was performed by the Rev. C ... on a wedding tour. On their return they will reside in Winchester.
ArthurBlack Is a lawyer in Boston and became acquainted with Miss Purdy two years ago while at a summer resort In New Hampshire.
• Miss Purdy ... of Bishop-elect Walsh, will be the consecrating prelate, and he will be assisted by Bishop Beaven of the
EX-GOV. BLACK’S SON WEDS SUMMER RESORTSWEETHEART
WAKEFIELD. Oct. 17.—ArthurBlack son of ex ... . and Mrs.* Chester B. Shepard of..."
"...was.'the maid of honor. The Rev. Mr. Merrinmn, assisted by Archdeacon Bryan and Canon Sweot, performed the ceremony. DY. Special io The Neu York Titties. WAKEFIEKD, Mass., Oct. FrancesGoodwinPurdy ... , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James S. Purdy of Park Ave- nue, and ArthurBlack, son of ex-Gov. and Mrs. Frank S. :Blnck of New York, married this noon at the home, of the bride's parents.. Only the immediate ... . Pritcharcl, who was killed in the West four-months after their marriag'e. Her second husband was Henry V. Lovelli who died in 1859. She played under the name of Caroline A DAYrS WEDDINGS, ANDREWS ... -ONDERDONK. iss No rah iMarion Onderdonk, a daugh- ter of Mrs. William Onderdonk, and Silas Herbert..."