Jean Patterson Russell Clarke wedding
Clarke Patterson. St Luke's Church was the scene ; OI quiet wcuuiiis, wucn iuim Jean Patterson,' daughter of Mr. David Patterson, of Carleton Place, was married to Mr. Russell James Clarke, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Clarke, of Ottawa, at 7.30 o'clock on Saturday evening. Rev. Serson Clarke officiated, Mr. Leonard Foss playing the wedding music. The bride, who was given in marriage by her brother, Mr. L. Patterson, of Perth, was attractive in a Royal blue taffeta frock, in jacket style, with a Juliet silver sequin cap and a tulle veil. Sunset Sunset roses formed her corsage bouquet Mr. George Hepburn, of Picton, liter of the bride, acted as her attendant She wore a stylish gown of black chiffon velvet, with a black net jacket, embroidered with gold sequins, her hat being an off the face model of black velvet, velvet, with a veil. She wore a corsage corsage bouquet of Ophelia roses. The bride' mother chose a smart black crepe dress, trimmed with leather, while her hat wa a veiled veiled imall black velvet model. Yellow Yellow roses were worn as a corsage bouquet The mother of the bridegroom wore a delightful gown of amethyst amethyst velvet, fashioned on moulded moulded lines, a blue sequin -veiled -veiled hat and a corsage bouquet of Ophelia rotes and lily-of-the-valley. lily-of-the-valley. lily-of-the-valley. lily-of-the-valley. lily-of-the-valley. lily-of-the-valley. lily-of-the-valley. Mr. Thomas Ferguson acted at best man, the ushers being Mr. Malcolm Murphy and Mr Grant Patterson of Carleton Place. After the reception, Mr. and Mrs. Clarke left . for New; York City. The bride wort a maroon woollen suit with a matching swagger coat, trimmed - with a grey fox collar. Her matching hat was a close-fitting close-fitting close-fitting model. On their return, they will reside in Ottawa. ' Among the out-of-town, out-of-town, out-of-town, out-of-town, out-of-town, guests were Mrs. David Patterson and Mr. Grant Patterson of Carleton Place, Mr. and Mrs. George Hepburn, Hepburn, of Picton, Mr. U Patterson, Miss Ida 'Anderson and Mrs. E. Patterson, all of Perth, and Mr. W. H. BumcU, n Fyanoas. "