Boothbay Harbor - General
Effie Kessans Weds R. T. Wallace two sons, Charles Effie Kessarls daughter of Mis Millar of .,,,,,, ., ' _ , ,, ' ,Md , and Lloyd Mc-,^TM Kessaris. Bevcrlv. Ma.ss_. at Pemaquld Falls. Aug. 13. Miss bpame the bndp of Robert T. Wallace, son of Mr. and Mrs. r e n t l v v Erville Wallace. Boothbay Har- of engineering department and former employes there was held at, the Worster House. Hallowell She was presented with several rftprs of riinnr-iwarp service She was honoied at a double showei Miss Geitrude Shumwav Bath was in charge of the guest book and Mrs Abbott Gates of Noi th Vassalboro and Miss Ha?pl Hamlin of Vassalboro werp in c h a i g p of thp g i f t loom Assisting in serving at the i p - ' p i u t v held In HIP ccption were M i s A i t h u r Pat- Baptist C h i n c h naude. Mis Noiman Duplessie.' employes of h t p C e n t t Miss Dorothy Duplessip. Miss Power Company Miss Ha?el Theresa Renv of Waterville and Mrs Arthur Robinson of Vassalboro. Vassalboro. Hamlin entertained In her honor H . with Emery and of Thomas Davis to at the Witham home on the "'- 1 - 1 -- - "-J "-J J Webber Pond Road The marriagp took place at the home of Mr. and Mrs Elbrldge Wallace Thp ceremony was performed performed by the Rev Manuel Snow, The bride wore a white sharkskin sharkskin suit, white accessories, and a corsage of white roses. She carried a white Bible The bride was attended by Miss Genevieve Wallace, sifter of the bridegroom. Richard A. Wallace, Wallace, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. Mrs. Wallace attended schools in Beverly, Mass. Mr. Wallace a graduate of Boothbay High School, is now serving in the merchant marines marines Carol Ann Wallace, was flower girl. Following a reception at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elbridge Wallace, the bridal group and their friends adjourned to Gilbert Gilbert s Lobster Pound, Pemaquid Beach, for a wedding dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace will pass the remainder of the Summer at Boothbay Haibor. Bantam Hens Conscripted Houston, Miss. ( U P ) -- A group of 4-H Club youths are slipping quail eggs under their bantam hens and those who are successful successful bird raisers will get $5 a pair when they reach maturity. It s a plan of the game and fish commission commission to try to oveicome the scarcity of quail in this section. Ivan Flye Photo WALLACE-KESSARIS WEDDING Mr. and Mrs. Robert T Wallace of Boothbay Harbor, the foimer Effie Kessaris of Beverly, Mass, with their attendants. Miss Genevieve Wallace, sister of thp bridegroom, left, and Richard A Wallace brother of thp biidegrcom, right. At the front is Caiol Ann Wallace, How PI gill.