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July 2, 1958

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..the in . : lil 2 Lzii. . -RLVRRIEiyLXJVRNPBlOR. - CpnsL George Edward Hcatley. Cousens, RCMPr1 and Mrs. Cousens. are seen, (caving Emmanuel Church, Arnprior, flanked by a guard of bottor, followirigJtheir marriage. The bride is the former Miss Joan Elizabeth McConeghy,. daughter t Mr. and Mrs; Mclyin McConeghy -of-Arnprior and the " bridegroom '"ft "the "soil of Mrs. G.B. Si Cousens. of George-' town, Onu and the late- Lieut-Col. .Cousens, MC. - ' I ;' . " ' 1 ' ' Pholo by Dayktnl Social ;and Personal Hi Excellenc-y-lhe 'Governor' General was present at the Trooping the Color by the 1st Battalion The Canadian Guards on Parliament Hill Tuesday afternoon. LHon. Mr. Justice R. Cart-wright and Mrs. Cu twright have left to spend some time in. Toronto and Muskoka.. . IX TW. Harry Lake and Mrs. Lake entertained at their hone on Sunday, evening in honor of Grantly Dick-Read and Mr. Dick-Read, who ' wer the week-end guests of Mr. Robert Gemmel. . Mr. and Mrs, G. G. Brigden .' of TorontOi wrto were here. to ' attend the Houston-Robertson v wedding.' were the guest of Mi Helen Currie. ' '-- . - - Mr. "Alice HUlman and her . daughter. Carol and -Starr, have- arrived from Marville, Franc, to visit Mr.; Hillman's mother,. Mr. John Barlow, ' ' . '. ' A wedding of' interest here took place in Banff, Alia., ' ' recenUy when Mis Wipnired Stockwell, formerly of Ottawa,' "Ty; became the bride of Mr. Wil-' liam Cowan - of Weybum, . .Sask. The couple'-, will reside Jn Vancouver.' '''.'.' ".' '" ' '- ' ii;" Mrs. Harold Fiilford enter-t tained recently at a ;tn(seet lanepu shower in honor of ber niece, Mis -Heather- Nesbitt, bride-elect of July 28. Mist Beverley ; Burton, - bride-elect : of August, was honored recently by her pupil t Mutcnmor SCHOOL ine guest of. honor wa preented - with k gift by Mis -Barbara ' Carson on behalf of the class. Mr,.E. G.: Vide and Miss Eileen Bertrand entertained recently at a cup and saucer shower In honor of Miss Made- Charhonnih..i Midi '-.tBeeVof" August-2 ' uunng the- recerif-conVen- -- tion-of-. the Canadian' Nurses . Association,, the -Alumnae A- sociation of the Montreal General Hospital School .of Nurs-. ing Ottawa JChaptcr, enter- tained the -visiting graduates at a buffet supper at South-minster United Church. Greet ings were extended from Mrs. M. I. MacLeodV, director of : nursing, and from .Miss, Blanche .Herman, president of .Otlaweregate who "wUl 1. .. -attend the national convention of the Canadian Federation of v Business :nd- A Professional Women's Club, being heHrref. Edmonton from July . 8 to IT: r will include -Mi-. Sophie . Holmes. Mia Helen MiUiken, Ms Thehna - Vounghusband . and. Mis r Alice Humphrey! : Convention . speakers will include' Hon. 'Ellen Falrclough, ' "'Senator Muriel - Fu'rgus6n- and ' Mis Margaret T: , Hyndman, - The' staff - of Mutchmor Public School entertained recently at a kitchen shower, in honor -of Miss Beverley Burton -whose marriage to 'Mr. Kenneth Taylor takes, place in August. .- -. -r 7. Montreal guests who at tended the O'Qonnor-Mangione wedding yesterday were Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Deschenes, Miss Miriam Borkovich and Mr. yuiiam. Wells. ; ; Miss ' Marjor-ie Browni - a bride-elect of July 12, was entertained recently at a s h o w e r by members and friends of the staff of the Canadian Bank of Commerce, main branch...., , r - ' Mr. Garnet Smith and Mr. Cyril Dtxon entertained recently at a tea in honor of Mrs. Hal Roche,, who is leaving shortly with her husband, Capt. Roche, for their, new posting . in North : Carolina. Presiding at the tea table were Mrs. Frank Horrigan and Mrs. K. O. Moore. They were assisted by Mrs. Robert Slattery and Mrs. Wilfred Farren. . ,' . Mis Margaret . Torrt rdaiigh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. William S.-Tory of St. Catharine and granddaughter ot Mr. ana Mr. Fred. Tory of Ottawa, received, the Gamma Phi Beta Alumnae Jubilee Prize in Secretarial Science- at -thellniver-ilty of Western Ontario recently. She has completed her ftecond ' year In Secretariai Science. -. . '. ' . ': .. . The Young .Women's-Mi-slon Circle of McPhail Baptist Church entertained at a miscellaneous shower at the home of -Mrs. Joan Moreland, Arn prior, in honor of Miss Bever-ley , Burton, a . - bride-elect jpf August " " - . . - . '-' ' ' ' Guest "from out-of-town' at the .Cartwell-Scharfe wedding Saturday Included Mr. and a: I. or tiwingJWilson Stirlinz Wilson Rochester;" NY; Mr. and Mr. Robert McMonagle of Toronto, Mis CaroP'Smith , and Mis Gail Smith of Shawville, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Midaleton of Pemhrpke and Mr. and Mrs. Lindsay Troke. of Renfrew; " Among the guesTirhereto attend the O'Connor-Mangione wedding yeswdsy were -Mr. and Mr. W. M. ' O'Connor of Wsinwrightr Alta.; Mrs. Mriand Mrs. WilfredFores- tdocL Mif&&6 Fa'rreU, Corbyville; Mrs. A. .Bucket- fehuk.- Havre," Montana; Mr, and Mrs. iW.-AVr Brown,-Tv ronto. and Mr., and .Mr. R. Leonard, vuebec CityJ Arthur .Dupuis. Mr. Brisn Corv coran. nepnew o uie ' was ring bearer. ' The bride wore floor length gouut-ot tmportea wrute- pure organs .with a basque trimmed with - Guipure lace. and lilypoint Sleeve. The bouf fant skirt had a large organza back bow and extended into a '. A Swiss lace tiara headdres secured her veil' of tulle illusion and she carried- a .white prayer book adorn edwith pink chiffon florabunda rbses arid white hyacinth bell. She wore pearl Jewelry Her' attendants-wore" gowns of sarmhire blue silk-ontanza LoretU ' Laffin ? of-tUUevniefJover. silk taffeU,drw"with draped necklines and-bouffant skin. They .wore-prtft hats and:carrietl bouquetsw pane carnation. ' Following i reception at the Beacon" Arm Hotel, Mr. end Mr. HafenbracklTf-by plane4' mmmi Id 11 . '- iriaiarjij - as i -..,- 0di off to its best $tart when. .the wtddingJs FORMAL! - Rent your ' formal attire (for the -entire wedding party!) Our freshly v TcleeXTn pressed "garment are - new- in -fashion,' lightweight for com- fort We'll precision-fit them at a. reasonable cost Out Wedding advisory : and-' etiquette service is ft'rybmJm the.sking.i.,-, ; ..: . Dtpartmeats for'. Ladia and Ce-stitBe-(u m - isiii 1-' IS? 15 ichildreri' will, be .held. on Julywere gueit;forthefening. l.ddrE DrZ Dick-Read .!W! Gf OLID -1 the meeting D the 30lh'at a recent tneetmc-of the . -. ' Mr. -D. .Wallace and Mrt. ioil -industry .in Alberta' and wither. ioa On Crbir - .-- i .- . '. UR watflriunded that the - WI branches from. Manonck.-! Saturday. . .'- ? Journal Want Ad 'binf 7'Dr. ' Granlly' .Dick-Read; amiual pifriic (or mother and'Osgoode, Vernon and 'Metcalfe,!:.' Mr. Pmitft oftfcaslview (quick result. . .- ,vlhn nl"ThilitWrni VilKnutl' ' H rf -- ' --i-T Fea'r". paid ' return visit ' to J uniat V "Hi lecture, given under the I m m e wy; auW'ce .' --Canadian Motherpraft Society, vOtwa branch, was in "the Academic Hall of ffietirtWersi.ty; of Ot-tawa. It was illustrated by' his film ':" on . natural ' childbirth. There .was a large attendance pf young parents,. doctors and nurses. ,, Mr. Clare Steele represented the 'Natural Childbirth Association and spoke on the work of the organizaTijnr) ; " vMtfeMackirijlosh Bell, chairman of Hhe society, presided LDr. Dick-Read answered ques lions, from therioor. He was thanked by Mrs. Paul Hut- ' Broken glass or: sharp metal should be placed' in a strong carton before .being put in-the garbage-can.- '. ;.' Tereso Mdngione Marries Wi lliarri John O'Connor Mist Mary Teresa Mangione and Mr. William .John O'Connor were united in marriage In a doublering ceremony ye- terday -morning in St. Anthony's , Roman Catholic ChurchL . ','": The bride is1 the daughter of Mrs. Paul Joseph Mangione of Ottawa and the late Mr. Mangione, and the bridegroom is the son of - Mr. and Mrs. WilliaraMichael O'Connor -of Wainwright; Alta.. Rev.- Jereme T, Ferraro, OSM, officiated arid Mr. C Vezina. was the organist. The St Anthony's boys' choir was, in attendance. ."' , Mr. Nicholas Mangione gave his sister in marriage and she was attended by her sister. Miss Carmei Mangione as maid of honor. Miss Susan Man gione, .niece of the bride, 'was flower girl. . -.' .-.Mr. Leo "Farrel was best man and the usher were Mr. Miss Beatrice Evelyn;-Emag-linski of Ottawa became the bride of Mr. Harold "Donald Hafenbrack of Toronto. Saturday morning ih St. Augustine's Roman Catholic Church. .. The bride is the daughter. of J Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Smag-linski,' of Wilno, Ont, ind the bridegroom Is the ion of Mr. Gordon Hafenbrack, of Toronto and' the late Mrs. Hafenbrack. Rev: Father Oswald .offici ated. Mr. . Brian Allardv wa organist and Miu .Helen Wol-chuk was soloist , - The bride wis given in -mar riage by her father and attend ed; by her sister. - Mrs. Agnes Corcoran; a matron or ijonor. Two cousin of the bride. Miss Esther : Smaglinski and Mrs. Arthur Dupuis, were bridesmaids and the. bride's niece. Miss Linda niaglinski, wu flower girL' . .''' . . Mr. Lome Demerse was best man and the ushers were Mr. Edward Smajtlinski. and Mr. Lenis. Downey and. Mr. Joseph Mangione. "r"'iZTZrz The', bride wore an ankle length gown of white lace styled with lilypoint sleeves, scalloped neckline and a bouf: fant ankle length skirt . " A white lace . cap trimmed with seed pearls and sequins held her shoulder length nylon veil. She wore a cultured pearl necklace and earrings, gift of the bridegroom. " She' carried a white prayer- book with W,A. h.t... .nH matin streamers. The reception was held at ! the Koronet Inn and later the couple left on a fhotor trip to ihe Laurentiahs and Quebec City-They will reside in Bonn. Germany, where Mr. O'Connor will be with. the Canadian Department, of Trade' and Commerce. 1 . :.' Going away ihe bride wore a' pale blue; si)k shantung two-piece dress,: with "white" acces sories and an orchid - corsage i bouquet. Beatrice Smaglinski Marries HZ D. Hafenbrack for Montreal, from where they wilt - sail on the Saguenay-Richelieu cruise. Going away the bride wore an' original ensemble of avacado green Swiss cotton shantung having a sheath skirt and a blouson top. She wore a Paris original hat of avacado green aha - beige ; organza adorned with flowers, beige accessories and . a corsage . bouquet . ot Orange " Delight . roses7 .-and yellow hyacinth bells-. ".': . ,'. 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