Clipped From The Ottawa Journal
Pearson-Riddell ' Miss Thelma Geraldine Riddell, daughter of ;Mr. and Mrs. Floyd KlddeU, became the bride of Gunner BasiLPearson, son of Mr. and Mrs; A.,Pearson, in a double ring ceremony which was held at high noon on Saturday at Glebe United Church, with Rev. F. Fidler officiating. The wedding music was played by Mr. J. Mitchell. . The oride was given in mar riage by her father, and attended by--Miss Constance Beer, as bridesmaid, Mr. Kenneth Simser was best man. . t" For her wedding the bride chose a street' length! dress of beige wHol, with brownj accessories, and a shoulder-knotjof American Beauty roses and lily-of-the- valley. She' wore a strand of pearls and a matching bracelet Following- a reception at the home of the bride's parents for, members of the Immediate famV ilies, the couple left on a wedding trip to Toronto. For going away Mrs. Pearson wore a bine dress and coat, with black accessories, and a black brocaded purse, the gift of the bridegroom. Upon their return they will take up residence in Ottawa, . 'lb ' 'j. Out-of-town guests were, Mrs. Pearson, of Buckingham; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Casselman, of Corn wall. .-. ."n . .