BAY RIDGE GIRL BECOMES BRIDE OF J. F. TRAINOR
| Brooklyn's churches resounded
yesterday to the peal of wedding bells and the majestic strains of the wedding march as
hundreds of Brooklyn couples bade an affectionate farewell to the Lenten season, which had
delayed their bid for wedded bliss, and said at last, "We do."
Among those who faced the altar were Miss Marguerite Regina Hunt and Joseph F. Trainor, a couple popular throughout Bay Ridge and Brooklyn generally, who were married by Father Pendleton yesterday in the Roman Catholic Church of our Lady of Angels, Fourth Avenue and Seventy-fourth Street, Bay Ridge.
Miss Claire Wintermeyer, of No. 340 Senator Street, bay Ridge, was bridesmaid, and James Campbell of Ossining, N.Y., a cousin of Mr. Trainor was best man. Vincent J. Trainor, of No. 4705 Gosman Avenue,
|Woodside, Queens, a brother of the groom, and Hugh
Campbell, of Ossining, a cousin, were ushers.
Miss Hunt is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bartholomew Hunt, of No. 153? Senator Street,
Bay Ridge, and is a popular former student at Bay Ridge High School. Mr. Hunt.,
father of the bride, is chief clerk for the New York City Board of Transportation.
Mr. Trainor is connected with the office of the Comptroller of Customs in the Customs House, Manhattan, and well known in Brooklyn as an athelete and in Knights of Columbus circles. He is a member of La Salle Council, K. of C. He is a graduate of St. John's Academy, Willoughby and Lewis Avenues, Brooklyn, and of Eastern District High School.
After the ceremony there was a reception at the home of the bride, following which the couple left for Springfield, Ohio, on a honeymoon.