- v K ;.' ... ' - "J THE OTTAWA .J0URNAE 'n wnvmv .TTTVW 98 109 - ; ' : W . ::..;,:.f-.;- , ' . . . '., : . ik-- 77'-. --.. win t i ii urairfi i , i h fc MR. AND MRS. R. A. KILPATRICK. Pbot toy DoimnW WMil Kilpatrick-Hill Vows Solemnized Joan Steadman . Marries in Brigden In Brigden United Church, Brigden, Ont.. Mil Join M. Steadnun- becme th bride of Mr. W. Alvtn Hmrdinc on Saturday afternoon. ' ' , Th bride it the daughter of Mn F. X Steadman, o Brig- den, and the bridegroom is the ton of Mr. and Mr. William Harding, of SL Maty!, Ont j Rev. A. G. Cay officiated at the ceremony auiited by Rev. R. B. Cumming. of London. Ont Miu Eleanor Doupe, of Stratford. - waa organltt and Mm, Ruby Brown, of Ottawa, wa iolout. , ..i Given in marriage by her brother, Mr. Paul Steadman, the bride wai attended by Min Lillian Bennett of Sarnia. a maid of honor, and Mra. Clen Million, of St Miry'i, inter of the bridegroom, and Miu Jean MiHer, of Sarnia, ai brideonaida. Mr. William Murdie, of Sea forth, waa beat man and the ushers were Mr. Glen Million, WMS Worker Mlii Winifred Harris. WMS worker at the OUawa Chinese Centre, was presented with a substantial cheque .after, the; service, on Sunday ..afternoon skirt having-an overskirt of ' Cente r' Regrettmg of St. Marys. and Mr. Lyle j Steadman, of Brtgden. The btide. wore a waltz-length gown of nylon net and Chantdly bee with a bouffant ' V. 'ANN LANDERS Heir Homely Guy "' -r ' " .' , A Real Dia mohd net and lace, . and fitted, triple bodice with a small bolero Jacket . having lilypoint sleeves.; I A coronet headdress .of sequins and rhinestones '-held her embroidered fingertip veil and she 'carried a white Bible, that aha was' retiring on fur lough and expressing profound appreciation for her work among the Chines women and young people here, James R. MacGregor, president of the Ottawa' Chines Mission and a gift of the bridegroom. The- christian Association, spokefof Bible was covered with a .w. . .rfeetion and confidence cluster bouquet of pink Sweet-heart rose end white Stephen- OtiS. , - Her attendants wore gowns of printed turquoise organza. coral net and peacn silk. . .- Following reception In the church hall, Mr. and Mrs. Harding left on a wedding trip to Europe. They" will ( up residence at 64 Ossington ave nue in- October. - ' Going swv, the' bride wore a melon colored flannel suit with beige accessories. Anne Watt is Bride Of Donald H. Flegel Miss Anne J. Watt became. Going away the bride wore a the bride of Mr. Donald H.pink aheath dress with a Flegel in Erskin Pxesbyterisn matching duster coat pink Church on Saturday- afternoon, picture hat white accessories Miss Marilyn Anne Hill and - Mr. Robert Allen Kilpatrick fH were united In marriage In St Giles Presbyterian Church on Saturday-afternoon, with Rev. . Dr. J. Logan-Vencta officiating. . The bride is the daughter of . . Mr. and Mrs. Harry. F. HU1 of Ottawa and Mr. Kilpatrick is f Die Son of Mr. and Mrs. John 1 . Kilpatrick of Saskatoon. Mrs. Angus Orrwn organist - at the ceremony and Mrs. . George McElwain was soloist. : Given in marriage by her father., the bride wore a gown of embossed brocade designed I on Empire lines with s portrait neckline, lilypoint sleeves snd a bell'Shaped skirt which had a semi-bustle effect at the back . and extended into a chapel 'train. ...-'. : A band of embossed flowers held her fingertrpveil snd her bouduet was of a large .feathered chrysanthemum sur rounded by smaller chrysanthe- and Elizabeth Anne Stone was the bridesmsid and Mis Kristie Hall, cousin of the bride, was junior bridesmaid. Mr.' Ray Hnatshyn wai best man and the ushers were Mr. Murray Hill,-brother of the bride. Snd Mr. Cliff Porter ofl Montreal. , -The brjde'i senior attendants wore kmpir sheatn gowns in ihadei of green nd veiled cap headdresses- of. flowered point d'esprit The ' junior bridesmaid wore an ice-green frock with an organdie overskirt and matching sash. Her treaddress was of flowers and she- carried nosegsy of shaita daisies. Following reception in the Pin Room ' of the Green Valley. Mr. and Mrs. Kilpatrick left on a trio to th Gasne, They will take up residence in Ottawa, To travel, th bride wore mums and stephanoti having ivy -stream era. . Mrs. Kv A. Tsylor of Toronto was tne matron or nonor. Miss roses. two-piec tires in whit cotton knit with a red and whit hat and red shoes. . She carried a nosegay of deep red Sweetheart Mason-Briscoe Wadding ; Solemnized in flortTncote The bride is th daughter of Mrs. Robert Watt- and th late Mr. Watt and Mr. Flegel is the son of Mr. Herman Flegel and the late Mrs. Flegel. , . Rev. Dr. Robert Good officiated. Mrs. R. E. ' Brown wss organist and Mrs. D. Smith wss soloist ' Given. In marriage by her iorother, Mr. Robert D. Watt, the bride was attended by her sister, Mrs. Margaret E, Ball, as matron of honor. The brides maids .were Miss Doreen Reilly snd Miis Gail Switzer. Mr. Robert Milton was beat man and the ushers were Mr. Alfred Gentile and Mr. Fred Fssan. ' A floor-length gown of net and Chantilly lac was worn by th brifle. Th bodice was designed, with a sweetheart neckline embroidered with sequins, and lilypoint sleeves. The skirt of net flounce had a brush train.. Her fingertip veil of tulle illusion was held by head dress of sequins and sh wore a pearl necklac and earrings, th gft of th bridegroom. Her cascad bouquet wss of red roses. The matron of honor wore a street-length dress of- pink flowered nylon tulle having a floating back pa net Th bridesmaids wore similar dresses in pale pink: They wore whit nictur ' hats' and carried Colonial bouquets of pink and whit carnations. Following a reception In th Erskin Sunday School hall, Mr. and Mrs. Flegel left on a trip to Jasper and Banff. They will reside in Ottawa. and a corsage bouquet of white carnations. MONEY TREE. LETHBRIDGE. Alts. CP) I Pat Hillr-digging .around Ith roots of his golden elder ousnn found $43. m silver. Police said it was probably part, of the loot from 1958 holdup. 'and Mr. Hill started looking" Tor more money trees. - CHEESE VARIETIES. There are more thaa 400 rec ognized kinds of cheese, divided into IS basic vsrieties. which Miss Harris had won in th community. Th presentation was made by Miss Ethel Johnston, secretary of the board of directors. with Dr. Yau S. Szetd convey ing th thanks of th organization. Paul Mcintosh, vice-president was in ' charge of arrangements, and Miss Alice Mah and Mrs. Stanley Wong prepared th refreshments. Among th out - of town guests were Rev. Chow Liog. Mrs. Chow Ling and Miss Anna Chowof Edmonton and C W.J Wong of Texas, witn a urge attendance the aervice in Chi' nes was conducted by Rev. Dr.' Szeto, with Rev. Chow1 ling preaching.. There was special music by the choir under the leadership of Mrs. Peter G. Mar. Expressing the need of uniting in the churcn as a family, by all co-operat ing, Mr. Chow was welcomed by many Chines friends whom h formerly served in Vsncou-vr and Edmonton. ... Among those' '-entertaining this week for Miss Chow, a bride-elect of. -'Saturday, are Mr. and Mrs. Wong Sue and Mr. and Mrs. Chow Ling King. Dear Aw I enjoyed reading a'bout .the mama who was bit-terry disappointed becsuse her gorgeous dsughter married a homely man, I havs a lew words to tay ba this subject . By all standards I wss'cno-sidered a beautiful glrL .The man I married ur "plaia look trig" at best. But hhas a lovely personality anaswiagnificaat character. It stands out in my mind that the handsome Jerks in my life gave me nothing but trouble. They wer out to s what they could get snd never cared who got hurt Beauty is fine, but often It sttrscts the; wrong types. My homely guy never thought bet had a chaac because th luuxfc. some fellowt were always flocking around. Thank heaven I was smart enough to recognize this diamond In the rough. Many of the pretty boys I knew are now fat and bald ' and nothing to look at. People who marry for looks get robbed and U serves them right. LP.., ' Dear Asa: I'm going to be .married ia a lew months. My fiance has told in .his mother must live with us . irfe-is widow and besides " himself there Is Just his married tfister. t I tks his mother and feet sh will sot be difficult to live with. Jim is a wonderful fellow and assure me it will work out , Well. Th question Is this:. Would I be starting off on .th wrong , foot If I asked Jim to discuss with his sister the possibility of Inviting his mother to stay with her for th first few weeks of our marriage? Wa can't af-ford much of a honeymoon, and : "(KIT idea .efataxting married life I with a third party u th bouse, disturbs me. MONICA. . Dear Monica: It wsuld Mt be swreaseaahl for Jim t suggest t his sister that sh tavti Mats t spend a SMMdi with br wall ye -twe lava-birds settled la yew aest. His moth r will probably hs mar relaxed. -too.' It's a fine Vse. 1- Journal Want--Ads bring quick results. WEDDING INVITATIONS 4 Wide Selection Fast Serrk I a 1 On-ttop snbppfHJ fpr , til wedding tuppllu. THE - REMEMBRANCE SHOP 144 Bank St (new -Usgar) Prev. Address ill Bank St FINE NEEDLEWORK. -The oldest known samples of embroidery are found on mummy ' clothes of ancient-Egypt . I UMITIt 3KIXaiC' Semi-Annual Clearance of Women's OES Marie Louise BesP Attended by Sister The wedding of Miss Marilyn Briscoe,-daughter of Mr. and i Mrs. J. B. Briscoe of Northcote, - Ont. and Mry Robert Mason of Renfrew, son of the lata Mr. ' and Mrs. Ross Mason, took place in th United Church in ; Northcot -on Saturday after-; noon. : ' Rev. Dr. Errol Amaron of- j. ficiated at th ceremony. Miss Thelma Box aunt of th bride, was organist and Mr. Jack D. Campbell ' of Admaston,- was . soloist . . '. Given in. marrisg by her -' father, th 'bride was attended by hetiister, Mrs, Roy Ditt. biirner, ai" matron of honor. ; The bridetmaids were Miss .Kaireen Briscoe, sister of the bride, snd Miu Margaret Fills- tor. Th. flower girl wss Miss . Jane Ann Ditfburner, niec of the bride. ' Mr. William Mason was best' man for his brother snd the - ushers wer Mr. Bryan Briscoe, brother of th bride, and Mr. Ralph Hopkins, cousin of the -. bridegroom. ' . "- Th bride wore a floor length ;. gown of whits pur silk organza '-with Alencon lac applique out - lining th Sabrina neckline and redingOta skirt Th overskirt wss csught st th sides by ' roses. Her elbow length veil of tull illusion was held in ; place by a picture hat of match- . ing material and sh carried a ' cascade bouquet of pink roses ana wnit carnations entwined with ivy. v The sttendants wore identicsl afternoon length iheath dresses of pale pink organza with taf feta overskirts, and picture hats. They csrried Colonist bouquets of -pink and white carnations. The flower girl wore a floor length white gown and carried a nosegay of pink and whit flowers. Following a reception in the Loyal Orange . Lodge - hall In Douglas, Mr. snd Mrs. Mason left on a wedding trip to New York Stat. They will reslrie in Renfrew. For travelling, the bride wor a bouffant pur silk Paris-pink organza dress, whit acces sories and a corsage bouquet of white carnations. The bride is a graduate of Victoria" Hospital School of Nursing In Renfrew. ITFMI V LT COOL " SUMMER DRESSES ARRlVfSG DAILY AIR-CONDITIONED lor Ttv Ctmftrt Www I null f wiiniiiiniaiJasiirsfa FREE PARKING,- n Nicholas tnt fatkins Hot Mil Marie Louis Best be came th bride of Mr. Ralph Donaldson Westervelt in St James United Church, on Sat urday afternoon. "V.., Th bride- is the daughter of Mr. bnd Mrs. A. Lesli Best of Ottawa and the, bridegroom is th son of Mr, and Mrs. Ralph A. Westervelt of Toronto. Mr. Robert W. McLaucbllnJ officiated at the. ceremony and Mr. H. BramweU Bailey was organ ist Mr. Best gave bis daughter in marriage and sh wss attended by ber sister. Miss Sheila Best Mr. James Westervelt .was best man for bis brother. For her wedding th bride wore ballerina length gown of crystal charm fashioned with an -Empir bodice having- a butterfly bow at the back and a full skirt Her veil of French tull Illusion wss caught by a coronet headdress trimmed with pesrl and she .carried a cascade bouquet" of pink Briardiffe rosea and itephanotis. - Her sister wore a white nylon gown embossed with a corn flower blue floral pattern and! styled with fitted bodice, scalloped neckline and bouf- fant skirt Th reception waa held 'at; th University Club. Mr. and Mrs. Westervelt will resld at EUiot Lake, Ont Going away, th brid wor a .whit sheath dress with a printed bolero Jacket whit accessories and Johanna Hill roses en corsage. 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