Clipped From The Evening News
: Mar>- Lou Albor. ; Marie and Raymond La Joie of Barbeau were united in marriage : of the maid of honor and carried of Sault Ste. i of the Sault. cousin of the bride ' She wore a gown styled like that oa Saturday morning. Feb. 13- 1954 ; a colonial bouquet. j in St. Mary's Church. The Very 1 Best man was "William La Joie of i Rev. Joseph E. Guertin performed Barbeau, brother of the bridePayment: the ceremony at nine o'clock be- groom. The "other attendant was f ore a r. altar decorated with pink .James La Joie of Barbeau, nephew gladioli. ; of the bridegroom. The bride is the daughter of Mr. Elmer La Joie of Barbeau, broth- and Mrs. Earl Albon of the Sauit. . er of the bridegroom, and Eugene The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. i Massey of St. Ignace, cousin of the George La Joie of Barbeau and the ' bride, served as ushers, late Mr. La Joie. . After the ceremony, breakfast Sadie Kelly was organist and : was served to the wedding party accompanied St. Mary's choir as ai the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson ; they sang: "Ave Maria" and "On • ^a -?oie of Barbeau, brother and ; This Day, O Beautiful Mother." 7 L sister-in-law of the bridegroom. • The bride, who was given in mar- ; Supper given by the bridegroom's i nage by her father, chose a bal- mother was served at the home of j ienina length gown of !ace and net 1Ir - and ilrs - Pascal Benoit for • with e. satin undc-rskirL The fitted tha wedding party, relatives and ! bodice of ChautiHy lace and net close friends. A reception was held ! featured a Peter Pan collar and • ic ^" ne evening with Mrs. John closed with covered buttons that ; Harrington, aunt of the bride, as i extended to the waist. The long • h ostess at the Christopher Coium- i sleeves came to points over the i ' )us Hall. The tab!& covered with a ' wrists and the skirt was fashioned i ^ acs cloth held white candies cen- ' of layers of net ruffles over the i tered with pink gladioli. Mrs. Peter i underskirt of satin. Her elbow '. "vVydra. Mrs. Bernard Douglas and ; length veil edged with Chantilly I Isce was caught to a tiara of orange blossoms. She carried red roses on a white prayer book in a i buds knotted in the streamers. The i book was a gift of the bridegroom ' Mrs. Lloyd Massey, aunt of the ; bride, poured. Mrs. Joseph Haller. ! godmother of the bride, sei-ved i che fou i" tier bride's cake which had ° aI Benoit - Vigneau of the Sault. in ! matching shade and she carried '.