w t Saturday, Jufy 30, 1966 The Ottowa Journal 23 -J ' mfwmm 7 v r. 6 '.'N'rirr V -,.. 5 j; v Jfi t ser - MR. AND MRS. NORMAN LALONDE ' v The marriage of Marion Gail, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Jessiip. to Mr. Norman Lalonde. son of Mr. and. Mrs. Andre Lalonde, of Casselman. took place in St George's Roman Catholic Church on Saturday. June 11, 3966. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of Chantilly lace with a cascade of white chiffon roses extending fronrthe waist at the back; ' Attending the bride "were her sisters! Mrs. Desmond Lalonde. mation-of -honor, and Miss Anne-Marie Jessup and Mrs. Brlice Gilbeault. bridesmaids. Flower girls for their aunt were Miss Teresa Ann Lalonde and Miss Kathy-Lynne Gilbeault They wore blue and white chiffon floor-length gowns. , - Best man was Mr. Desmond Lalonde and ushers .were Mr, Leo Lalonde and Mr. Andreas Peters.' Following a honeymoon residence m Ottawa."! r - I 13 l . Y, IV - MR. AND MRS. OLIN A. BEACH Marriage vows were- taken by Margaret Jean, daughter ' . of Mrs. John Noble Willis and the late Mr. Willis, and Mr. Olin "Arnold Beach, son of Mr. and Mrs. N. Ford Beach. Officiating at the ceremony on .Saturday, July 2. 1966. in CarJeton Memorial United Church was Rev. Norman Hair, assisted by Rev. El don R. Hay. brother-in-law of the bridegroom. Organist was Mr. Harry Hill and soloist. Miss Maureen Foster. , y ' Given in marriage by her uncle, Mr. Calvin E. Wfllis. the bride wore a full-length gown in white silk faille, trimmed in lace and seed pearls, with a chapel train extending from the Empire waistline. A matching circlet held her silk illusion veil and she carried white Sweetheart roses. Her attendants were Miss Elaine Marier. maid-of-honor. and Mrs. . Douglas. Langlotz. sister of the bridegroom, and Mrs. Kenneth Beach, bridesmaids. They wore floor-length gowns in pale pink sheer over, printed floral chiffon and carried - cascading foliage to match bandeaux in their hair. . Best man was Mr. Ross Munro and ushers were Mt. James Willis, brother of the bride, and Mr. Kenneth Beach. -Following a reception,' the couple left on a wedding trip, be'Dride .wearing- green: woollen suit with orchid ramte.V " ". .' j 44 AY Uv. ) it r t ? v i r Iw, M. ,; . MR. AND MRS. DONALD H. REDTMAN ; , vr?- Wedding "vows were exchanged at Bthei Pentecostal Church on Saturday, July 2, 1968, by Susan dare, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, George R. Mudd. of Ottawa. nd Mr. Donald Howard Redtraan. Officiating was. Rev. Gordon fc Upton. The bridegroom is the son of .Mr. and Mrs. Howard C Redt-"TnaivrrfAniprk'V :'j 1 v. - Given In marriage by her father, the bride was attended by Miss Barbara Blondeau, maid-of-honor, and by Miss Lyme -Mudd and Miss Sherry Mudd. Ll, - u Best man was Mr. Walter Hanson and ushers were Mr. Norman Redtman and Mr. David KeuhL Tba couple will reside in OtUwa, v ; . inMaine, the couple took up 1 j 1' e - r!,. - '"Tff V"' - At V. ... ; . iVi ' '- ' ' " . Sponaglfi Clapp ' The marriage of Joan Mar-garet Clapp. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Clapp. to Mr. Myron John Sponagle. son of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Sponagle of Barrie. Ont.. was -solemnized at - St Martin's Anglican Church, Saturday, July 16. 1966. Rev. D. Thomson officiated. Mrs. Dacon ' was organist and Master Billy Cox was soloist. . . Given in marriage by her father the bride chose an . original sleeveless gown of white acetate with semi-belled skirt. A hand embroidered lace train and medallion lace ' Jacket completed her ensem-. bte. White rose buds held her circular veil and her flowers were Johanna Hill roses, 1 stephanotis and halo ivy. Attendants were Miss Marg Wilson, maid of honor; Miss . Elaine Sponagle, Miss Joyce . Davidson, ., bridesmaids and .Miss Kathy Fisber. flower man was Mr. Gordon Johnson and sobers were Mr.' Ralph McKeduue and Mr. Robert Clapp. A icceptkm followed at the Town and Coun- . try and the wedding trip was spent in eastern Canada and the VS. The couple will reside at BrockviDe. Ont. . ." Davidson Liebeck The marriage pf-Marlene Louise Liebeck. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Liebeck " to Mr. Wayne Orme Davidson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lyie -Davidson, took place Saturday. June 4. 1966. in St Peter's Evangelical Lutheran ' Church. Rev. Arthur Conrad officiated at the ceremony. Soloist was Mr. Albert Smith. Mrs. James Sheahan was matron of honor and bridesmaids were Miss Dianne Da-. vidson,Mss Ann Liebeck and Miss Barbara Floyd. Flower; girl-was Miss Sberyl KeDoway and the ring . bearer was Master Donald Kelloway. , Mr. Barry Dawson acted as best man and ushers were Mr. Gary Walsh, Mr. William Walsh and M James Shea- t ban. Following a reception in 'the Recreation Association ,( Centre. Ottawa, and a wed'' din trip to the United SUtes the coople took up residence " . at 2090 Neepawa Drive.' . . - Black -McCrudden .. A reception at the Granite . Club followed the ceremony . . in which Sandra Mary, daugh- ' ter of Mrs. Richard. Cartyon -McCrudden, Ottawa, and the late Wing Commander Mc-' , Cruddenwas married to Mr. John Shand Black, son of Mr. ' ; and Mrs. Korman BlackTof Toronto. Wedding vows "were 1 1 exchanged in St Simon the. ; Apostle 'ChurcB. Toronto, on " Friday evening, June 24, 1966, ' Canon ; Hugh .Bedford-Jones ' offidatint and fuU'cboii' , in attendance, v ' ; v- Atteadinc as natron - of- honor was Mrs." John, John- ' ' son,vof 5an, Francjsco, "Califs X formerly "of Ottawa. . k f r ' . Following a wedding trip ' to Cape Cod,' the couple took. up residence In Toronto. i 5Ui.-"l' ,7m - MR. AND MRS. HUGH WALDIE In St Matthias Anglican Church. Ottawa, on Saturday. July 2, 1966, the marriage was solemnized of Alice Elaine, daughter of Mr. and trs. Edward F. McKenny, to Hugh Alexander, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Waldie. . . Rev. Percy R- OTJriscoll officiated. -Mr. Godfrey Hewitt played the wedding musk and the choir boys were the vocalists." ' Given in marriage by her father the bride .was attended by Miss Glenna Bradley as maid-of-honor and bridesmaids were Miss Alice Smeathers and Miss Marcia Waldie. Little Joan Byam'was flower girt. Best man was Mr. Thane Waldie and ushers were Mr. Larry Hale and Mr. Bill McKenny. Nolan In St John's Church.. Os-goode, on Saturday. June 25, . 1966, the marriage was sol-' , emnized of Noreen. daughter of Mr. a n d Mrs. William Dewan. of Osgoode, to Mr. David Nolan, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Nolan. Manotick. Rev. J. VanRtat officiated. Mrs. Onrille Rushleau was organist and Mrs. Leonard Nolan the soloist V Given in marriage by her father the bride wore a floor-length gown of white siDc crepe designed with Empire waistline and elbow-length , sleeves. From the waistline a chapel train'extended to the floor. A rosette headpiece held her elbow-length vefl. and she carried a cascade bouquet of pink roses and white chrysanthemums., . Miss Leona Dewan was, maid-of-honor and the brides- , maids were Miss Teresa ' Dewan and Miss Muriel Herbert Miss Lorna Dewan was flower girt They wore floor-length gowns in ice blue crepe designed on Empire . lines with jackets of darker . v pa AND MRS.' YniJJAM. ROCK v , The marriage of Gad Ann DoUn, daughter of Squadron -Leader and Mrs. J. C Dolan." to Dr. William J. Rock, son of Mr and Mrs. George E. Rock, took place recently , in St " Margaret Mary's Church. Rev: "Pale Cramptott, cousin of the bride, officiated. . . ',.- : T Attending the bride were Miss aarroa "Welsh as' niaid of Boner and the bride's twin sisters. Miss Patricia DoUn and Miss Sandra Dc as bridesmaids. . i rr.v; . . . J. Mr. Michael Rock;. brother of the bridegroom, was best man. The oshers were .Mr. Peter Rockvi brother of , the brkiegroorn. and Mr. John P. O'Connors -.. .. ' Followtnsr the reception at the RCAF Officers Mess. .. Gloucester Street, the bride and bridegroom left for a honey- ' moon in Nassau. They "n reside in Ottawa. Both are recent graduatea of the University of Ottawa, Dr. Rock in.-Medicine and Mrs. Rock with her PhD In Bio-crjemlstry. Dewan b)ue styled with elbow-length sleeves.. Their headpieces were bows of ice blue and they carried cascade bou-q n e t s of Shasta daisies. Sweetheart roses and baby white chrysanthemums. The flower girl carried a matching nosegay. Best man was Mr. Gerald Nolan and ushers were Mr. Pat Dewan and Mr. Pat Nolan. .' Following a reception at the Parish Hall Mr. and. Mrs. Nolan left on a wedding trip to Washington and Niagara Falls. For travelling the bride wore a dress of white bonded lace with blue accessories. . They will reside in Ottawa. Ranger Dupuis : The marriage is announced of Shirley 'Ann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dupuis, to Mr. John Thomas Ranger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rsxger. Officiating at the ceremony at St. Anthony's Roman Catholic Church on Saturday. July 23. 196C, wa Rev. Gerard DePalma. V 4 Khan Pearce Wing Cmdr. . and Mrs. W. .5- Pearce announce the marriage of their daughter, Kathleen, to Mr. Sal Khaa of Ottawa, oa Sunday! Jury 3, IMC, in New York City. The bride was given in marriage by her father and attended by her sister. Mrs. T. W. Hood. Best' man was Mr. Thomas Hood. The couple will reside in Toronto after an extended trip around the world. Wilson Osterhout The . marriage of Diana Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. .Osterhout to Mr. Irwin Thomas Wilson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Moriey. Wilson, of Shawville. took place on Saturday. July IS. IMS. at McLeod - Stewarton United Church, Rev. Dr. A. D. Waite officiating. Sqdn. Ldr. C H. Markham was organist Baskets of pink gladioli and white chrysanthemums decorated the church. The bride, who was given by her father, wore a gown of white chiffon over taffeta fashioned on Empire Ones with a chapel train and bodice ' of Guipure lace. Her veil of tulle illusion was held by a headdress of flowers and seed pearls and she carried a cascade bouquet ' of happiness . roses and stephanotis. Miss Carole Moult, maid of honor, was in aaa organza , over taffeta. Miss Virginia Carr and Miss Kathy Wilson, bridesmaids, ware pale yellow gowns and all wore aaatching . tulle hfaripifCM and carried . colonial bouquets of white carr, nations and yellow roses: Best man was Mr. Robert Wilson and nsbers were Mr. Ken Osterhout and Mr. Gary Wilson. Following a reception at the church parlors. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson left for their wedding trip. The' bride wore a sky-blue cotton lace, dress and matching hat with white accessories and corsage of coral -and white carnations, "i Tbey will reside m Park- Hills.. ...... ' j WfldHaram . The saarriage of Margo peanna. daughter of Mrs. Genevieve Haram and James Edward Wild, son of Mrs. Edward Wild and die late Mr. Wild took' place in Dominion- - Chalmers -United Church chapel Friday evening. July 29. Mtt.Rev, Dr. J. D. Mo Crae officiated. The bride was given In marriage ey her uncle Mr. Lloyd A. Mosber and was attended by Mrs. WB-liam.G. Mane as matron of honor. Mrs. " WOBani . Moore .and Miss Adrienaa Goufot as tnidesmakls. " 7 ' ,' Miss Linda'- Forster was flower girt.'" , . '. '.. " ) ', Mr. Dougtas Coxoa Jr. was : best saaaV. and vsherS were Mr . Ronald Hobson and Mr. ; Wffliaa Mann, vtt , Mas-, tar Robert Wild and Master John, Wild acting as Jontar oshers. FbDewtatg a reception : the couple left tor a holiday in the Lauientians. MR. AND MRS. F. M. TIERNEY ) . Following their marriage in Westboro United Church on Saturday. June 25, 1966, are Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Milton . Tiemey. The bride was Cheryl Darlene, daughter-'of Mr. and Mrs. E. Malcolm Wilks and the bridgegroom is the son of-!"- Mrs. Lilda Tiemey and the 'late Mr. Milton Tiemey! Follow ing a reception at the Town House Motor Hotel the couple left foe a wedding trip to Niagara Falls. They will reside in Oshawa," .' MR. AND MRS. GERALD MARCHAND Seen following their marriage in Immaculate Heart of Mary Church, are Mr.- and Mrs. Gerald Marchand. ; Mrs. Marchand ls the former Miss Mary Corcoran, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Corcoran. The couple is residing in . Ottawa. - .' MR. AND MRS. TD3LD? DOUGLAS GROVES ' The marriage of Patricia Mary Jeanette Pnrwin, dangh- ter .of Mr. and Mrs. 'August Purwin of Ottawa, and Mr. Philip " Douglas Groves, son of Captain and Mrs.: Ivan Groves,-Kingston, took place oa Saturday. July 2. 1966. at Resurrec-' tkn Church.: Msgr. L. A. CosteDn officiated. ; ' Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a sheath ; gown of lace-on -taffeta with wrist-length sleeves and match- ing coat Her bouquet was of long-stem pink roses accented '; by .white chrysanthemums and baby's breath. Matron of i honor was Mrs. J. GuT. sister of. the bridegroom,' and Miss ; Kristin Probert was maid of honor. They were dressed in .' matching gowns of robin's egg blue. 'Best man was Mr. V. Joseph McReynoMs and ushers were Mr, Kenneth Bams and ' Mr. Ronald Gravelle. - : : . -. - -. The mother of the bride wore a French blue lace gown ', witir matching three-quarter , length coat and the bride- groom's mother chose a gown of soft pink lace and crepe. 5 A reception was held at RockcSffe MOitary Base. -The : couple win make their home in Ottawa after spending the 1 summer months in Kingston., "" - Closed LI Flan.a Shopping Spree -Tues -.day;; ; See the new fall'fash-'; j : ions. 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