The Ottawa Citizen from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on December 28, 1942 · 5
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

A Publisher Extra Newspaper

The Ottawa Citizen from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada · 5

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Issue Date:
Monday, December 28, 1942
Start Free Trial

Monday, December 28, 1942. THE EVENING CITIZEN, Ottawa, Ont. Page 5 Social and Personal Her Royal Highness the Princess Alice paid an informal visit to Superintendent Joan Carpenter of the Women's Royal Naval Service at Kingsmill House, the Ottawa establishment of the Women's Royal Canadian Naval Service, on Saturday. Her Royal Highness, the Princess Alice, accompanied by her grandchildren, Ann. Elizabeth and Richard Abel-Smith, will attend the matinee performance of the l Jack and Jill players tomorrow afternoon. The Lady Byng of Vimy has left for Nassau, the Bahamas, to spend some time. Sir Shuldham and Lady Redfern have as their holiday guest, Miss Diana Lilias Davidson of Mount Holyoke College. Lieutenant-Colonel and Mrs. Francis J. Graling entertained at dinner on Saturday evening in honor of Captain and Mrs. S. Weyman Strother. . Senator Athanase David. K.C., and Mrs. David of Montreal have announced the engagement of their twin daughter, Suzanne, to Second-Lieutenant Guy W. BroH deur. Regiment de Maisonneuve, 'son of the late Regnier Brodeur, K.C., and of Mrs. Brodeur. Mr. Arthur R. Smith. M.B.E., Director of Supplies. Bermuda, is ' the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hurlow. Hon. H. H. Davis and Mrs. Davis entertained yesterday afternoon in honor of the newly appointed Minister to Russia and Mrs. L. D. WiJgress. Lieutenant J. P. Manion, Second Lieutenant Robert Manion and Mr. Paul Manion and their families have been spending the holidays with Hon. R. J. Manion and Mrs. Manion. Flight Lieutenant Alex Mitchell, R.C.A.F., and Mrs. Mitchell, the former Miss Joan McGee. have taken up residence at 28 Willard avenue. Mrs. Alexander Ferguson, who has been visiting relatives in London, Ont., arrives in town tomorrow and will be the guest of Miss Madge McRae. Mr. and Mrs. Charles N. Til-ton return to Detroit today after spending the Christmas holidays with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Tweedy. Miss Elizabeth de Mirabel is visiting in New York city. Mrs. R. E. McElheran was an out-of-town guest at the Dutton- Brock ' wedding on Saturday. Warrant Officer Frank - Hig-gerty. Halifax, and Flight Sergeant Emmett Higgerty, Montreal, have been visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Higgerty. Mr. and Mrs. William Pridmore of Woodroffe have announced the engagement of their youngest daughter. Betty, to Pilot Officer John Harold Jewitt of Dunnville. son of Rev. and Mrs. J. A. Jewitt of Mount Forest, Ont. The marriage has been arranged to take place on January 14. Mrs. Frederick Browne of Montreal will attend the Robertson-Dickinson wedding on Wednesday. Bowen - Fraser Very Rev. Dr. John W. Woodside solemnized the marriage of Miss Jean Densmore Fraser. only daughter of Mr. A. M. Fraser and the late Mrs. Fraser, to Corporal Desmond G. Bowen. R.C.A.F.. son of Staff Sergeant and Mrs. G. T. Bowen. in the vestry of Chalmers ft .ay;;;. u -V V .A V i I ! f f . , 4 Flight Sergeant Jack Wood and Mrs. Wood. (Photo by Newton.) United church on Friday afternoon at half-past five o'clock. The bride was in a deep brown costume with a small matching hat and wore Talisman roses at her shoulder. The couple left for Eastern Canada following the ceremony where they will reside. Von Tobel - Burns Glebe United church was the scene of the marriage on Saturday afternoon at two o'clock when Miss Elizabeth (Belty) Burns, daughter'of Mrs. Burns of Ottawa and the late Mr. Clement Burns, became the bride of Mr. Walter Von Tobel, son of Dr. and Mrs. Maxwell Von Tobel of Zurich, Honegg, Switzerland. Rev. Frank Fidler was the officiating clergyman. Miss Marjorie Rice attended the bride as bridesmaid and Mr. Leslie Hodgson was best man for the groom. An afternoon dress of powder blue wool was worn by the bride. Her hat was of matching flowers and she wore a corsage bouquet of yellow rosebuds. Miss Rice was in delph blue" wool with matching hat and a shoulder spray of Talisman roses. A reception was held at the home of the bride's mother and later the couple left on a wedding trip to the Laurentians. For travelling the bride wore a beige coat trimmed in mink over her wedding dress and a mink hat.' green dress with brown accessories and a coon coat . Mr. and Mrs. Quirouette will reside in Ottawa. Miss G. Berthiaume Weds R. Quirouette Miss Gabrielle Berthiaume, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hon-ore Berthiaume, became the bride of Mr. Roland Quirouette, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Quirouette, Saturday morning at half-past 7 o'clock at Saint Redempteur church. Rev. Canon J. A. Car-riere solemnized the marriage. The bride was unattended and was given in marriage by her father, while Mr. Quirouette acted as best man for his son. Blue chiffon velvet was the daytime frock worn by Miss Berthiaume. Her - hat of matching material had a shoulder-length veil and at her shoulder was a corsage bouquet of Calla lilies to harmonize with the lilies on the prayer book which she carried. Following the ceremony, a reception .was held at the Standish Hall. Later the couple left for Quebec city and Montreal. , For travelling, the bride wore an olive p ijim ? if ? 1 vr Flight-Lieut. Henry Dutton and Mrs. Dutton. (Photo by Newton.) Miss Joan Brock Is Bride Of Flight Lieutenant H. M. Dutton Miss Joan Catherine Brock, daughter of Captain and Mrs. Eustace Brock, became the bride of Flight Lieutenant Henry Milton Dutton, R.A.F., V.R., son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dutton of Prescot, Lancashire, England, on Saturday afternoon. Rev. Northcote Burke solemnized the marriage at a quarter to two o'clock in St. John's Anglican church and Mr. L. S. Virr played the wedding music. Th bride's only attendant was her sister, Miss Patricia Brock. Flight Lieutenant Rushen, R.AF., , was groomsman and the ushers were Captain Daniel Connolly and 1 Sub-Lieutenant Brock McElheran, R.CJV.V.R. Sea foam crepe was designed on draped lines for the bride's wedding gown. Her hat was a brown model with a veil and her accessories were of the same tone. She carried an arm bouquet. The bridesmaid was in American Beauty crepe with a brown hat and her Colonial bouquet- was of roses. Among the out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Harold First-brook of Toronto. Nesbitt ' Buchanan The marriage of Miss Phyllis Lorraine Buchanan, daughter of Mr. Robert Buchanan of Mano-tick and the late Mrs. Buchanan, to Leading Aircraftman Charles Harold Nesbitt, R.C.AF1., eldest son of Mrs. Wilson Nesbitt of Richmond and the late Mr. Nesbitt. was solemnized at half-past twelve o'clock on Saturday afternoon at the manse of Erskine Presbyterian church with Rev. Robert Good officiating. Given in marriage by her father, the bride was attended by Miss Hazel Buchanan as maid-of -honor. Mr. Burton Nesbitt was best man for his brother. A street-length model of turquoise blue crepe made on simple lines with bracelet-length sleeves, flared skirt and an embroidered braid jacket- was chosen by the bride. Her matching turban had a finger-tip veil of blue and Talisman roses formed her shoulder bouquet. The maid-of -honor was in a red wool two-piece frock with black accessories. Joanna Hill roses were worn at her shoulder. Following the reception for the families, the couple left for Toronto, Hamilton and Western Ontario. Mrs. Nesbitt travelled in a two-piece frock of coral rose crepe with matching accessories. They will reside in Ottawa. W ood - Feather ston Rev. F. S. Milliken solemnized the marriage of Miss - Betty Dorothy Featherston to Flight Sergeant Jack Wood, R.C.A.F., in the vestry of Stewarton United church on Saturday afternoon at half -past cnn o'clock. The bride is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Austin Featherston, and the groom is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wood. Mr. Featherston gave his daughter in marriage. She wore a pale blue daytime frock of crepe styled with a fitted bodice having a lace trimmed peplum, and a slightly flared skirt. Burgundy accessories with a veiled feather hat of blue and burgundy and shoulder cluster of orchids complemented the bridal ensemble. The wedding reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. Later Mr. and Mrs. Wood left for Montreal, the bride wearing a travelling costume of green corduroy with brown accessories and a muskrat top-coat. On their return they will reside in Ottawa. Robillard - Poulin The marriage of Marie Lilian Poulin, daughter of Mrs. F. E. Hills of Hurdman's Bridge, to Richard Regis Robillard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Robillard, was the first to be solemnized in the new chapel of Notre Dame church, Overbrook. Rev. Father L. Dubeau officiated at nine o'clock on Friday morning. The choir was in attendance with Miss Gauthier at the organ. The bride, given in marriage by her brother. Mr. Joseph Poulin, wore a long white wedding gown of crepe with a tulle veil and carried a bouquet of roses, chrysanthemum and lily-of-the-valley. Following the wedding, a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. The bride and groom will reside at 37 Huron avenue. Among the out-of-town guests was Mr. J. Guilbeault of Montreal. : Wedding Tomorrow The marriage will be solemnized at half-past four o'clock tomorrow afternoon in the Chateau Laurier of Miss Sylvia Jean Mar-gosches, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max B. Margosches. to Mr. Arnold Haltrecht, M.E.R.P.E.. M.E.I.C.. son of the late Mr. and Mrs. David Haltrecht of Montreal. Rabbi O. Z. Fasman will officiate, being assisted by Cantor Weiss. Mrs. Kathleen Harris is to play the wedding music. Attending the bride will be her (v- r. Married Yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. L. Harry Goldman who were married yesterday at the Admiral Beattie hotel, Saint John, NJ3. The bride is the former Miss Amelia Bertha Levine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Levine of Fredericton, NJ3., and the groom is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Wolfe Goldman of Ottawa. sister, Miss Marjorie Margosches, as maid-of-honor, and her cousin. Miss Marilyn Joan Danson of To ronto. The groom's brother. Mr. Morris Haltrecht of Montreal, will be best man. Nurse From Kingston Came Along to Ottawa Instead of returning to the Kingston Military Hospital after spending Christmas in Renfrew with her family. Nursing Sister Grace Froats followed the hospital train to Ottawa after the wreck in Almonte, which injured her sisters, Margaret and Ethel. The latter, employed by the Department of Munitions and upplies, is at the Ottawa Civic Hospital suffering from head lacerations and Margaret of the Bank of Nova Scotia has a fractured leg and possibly a broken arm. Fortunately another sister. May. also an employe of the Bank cf Nova Scotia, did not have to report for work Monday morning or she also might have been in the accident. Oregon Train Wreck PORTLAND, Ore., Dec 23. (AP.) Eight persons were injured, one seriously, last night when a Southern Pacific passenger train was struck by a slide in the Cascade mountains 180 miles south of Portland. Eight cars were knocked off the rails by the 500-foot slide which was 20 feet deep in places, Abbott said. Reney ' Moore PEMBROKE, Dec. 26. (Special) A marriage of much interest took place quietly Tuesday evening at the home of the bride's parents when Charlotte Irene, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Moore, 458 Mary street, became the bride of Lt. Alan Fraser Raney, Royal Canadian Engineers, son of Mr. and Mrs. E.'F. Raney, Dunnville. Rev.: C. C. Phillips officiated at the ceremony and the . wedding music was played by Miss Eleanor Munro of Ottawa. The bride was attended by her sister, Mrs. William Todd of Ottawa. . William Raney of Dunnville, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore her mother's wedding gown of white duchess satin with bracelet-length sleeves and sweetheart neckline. She carried sunset roses and stevia. Mrs. Todd wore a gown" of pink georgette! with jacket and long full skirt. Her flowers were similar to those carried by the bride. Following the ceremony a reception was held at the home and Lt. and Mrs. Raney left for a short honeymoon. Harris - Lawson At the home of Mr. William Harris in Sunderland, Ontario, the marriage of Miss Dorothy Law-son to Mr. Frank Harris was sol emnized on Saturday by Rev. G. M. MacTavish. Mrs. O. G. Pinkham, sister of the groom, sang during the signing of the register, Because." The bride, who is the daughter of Mrs. Lawson and the late Mr. D. E. Lawson, was given in mar riage by her mother, and attended by Miss Marjorie Harris, sister of the groom. Mr. Max Henderson acted as best man for the bride-grom, who is the son of Mr. William Harris and the late Mrs. Harris. Midnight blue was the shade of the velvet daytime frock worn by the bride. It was designed on prin cess lines and the round neckline was edged with a white lace collar. A wide-brimmed felt hat of matching blue and a shoulder knot of Briarcliffe rosss complemented her ensemble. ' Miss Harris wore a costume de signed similarly to the bridal ensemble in wine color and at her shoulder was a cluster of Talisman roses. Following the reception, the bridal couple left for Toronto, the bride donning a raccoon coat over her wedding dress. On their return, Mr. and Mrs. Harris will resids in Ottawa. - Mouern Store with Old Traditions of Reliability and Service. ii i & a f am m w r r is 'A A aoiMes Dirooimtlh) f i n X l mI nfi 777T: Sale Women's Sample Hats $1 Usual $2.95 to $4.95 Values A leading manufacturer sends us his display room sample Hats at a fractional price ! Such smart Hats tiny brims, sailors, medium brims, etc. in black, brown, red, navy. Note that many are fur felts; wool felts, too. Tuesday sale $1 Third Floor. o All-Wool Snuggie PANTIES 1.69 But for Slight Imperfections Would Be $1.98 Just 1.69 for long-leg Panties of pure wool there's value for you ! Beige, blue and black and small, medium and large, sizes in the group. In the 13th Month Clearaway at 1.69 Second Floor. Nurses' Uniforms Maids' Uniforms 1.29 The balance of a big sale of substandard Uniforms at 1.69 but they were made to sell at prices much higher than that. Nurses' Uniforms in white. Maids' Dresses in colors. Sizes 32 to 42 in the group. Tuesday 1.29 Second Floor. Kitchenwares Reduced Pie Plate and Holder Regularly fQ $1.29 VO Save substantially on oven glass Pie Plates with attractive chrome plated serving rack. Tuesday .98 Casserole with Rack Regularly - JO $1.98 X7 A deep oven glass Casserole with pierced chrome plated serving rack at a notable Baving. Tuesday 1 1.49 Apartment Enamelware 1.19 Teapot . 59 Reg. 75c 2-Cup Coffee Dripolators - Reg. $1.49 Calling all bachelor girls and apartment dwellers big savings on handy enamelware in red with black. Folding Clothes Baskets . su::: 1.49 ' A commodious Basket that folds easily to go out of the way. At ; 1.49 Queen St. Floor. . M T B To start the New Tear with a clean sheet, Murphy-Gamble's offers broken lines at sharp reductions during the Christmas-to-New Year's period. Look for the 13th Month cards throughout the store . they mean lucky savings for you. Annual 13th Month Sale FUR-TRIMMED GOATS 20 and more below regular 1 8 Coats, reg. $125.00, at $99 5 Coats, reg. $59.50, at $47 7 Coats, reg. $1 10.00, at $88 5'Coats, reg. $49.50, at $39 4 Coats, reg. $98.50, at $77 2 Coats, reg. $35.00, at $28 3 Coats, reg. $75.00, at $60 4 Coats, reg. $29.75, at ' $23 3 Coats, reg. $69.50, at $55 : Furred with Canadian Mink , Beaver, Silver Fox, Black Persian Lamb, Squirrel . - - s ' SAVE AS MUCH AS $26.00 on a Coat that will give you many seasons of beauty and warmth and wear. Every Coat is from regular Murphy-Gamble stocks, a hand-picked fashion, expertly tailored from high-quality imported wools and luxuriously trimmed with selected furs. All satin-lined, fully interlined and with chamois-lined backs. Mostly in black, also browns, blues, green, beige and fez red. Juniors', misses' and women's sizes 14 to 20, 38 to 46, 18 'to 26. Sale begins Tuesday at 9 sharp. All fur-trimmed Coats 20 OFF Mnrphy-Gamble's Second Floor. 13TH MONTH SALE English Doeskin Gloves Regularly $1.95 Ever So Slightly Soiled ALMOST HALF PRICE ! Such an exciting opportunity for these are the better quality of fine English Doeskin Gloves. The soft, supple kind that 'wash and wash that have Boulton thumbs for perfect fit that give that extra length of service. And they're in the classic slip-on and shorter styles in white and natural. Tuesday $1 $1 Street Floor. 13th month sALE-Handker chief s "Reg. 8 for $1, 6 for $1, 5 for $1 9c Regularly 25c and 35c .19 Regularly 50c 75c and $1.00 Make a bee-line to Murphy-Gamble's Tuesday early. And buy Handkerchiefs that became mussed and soiled in the Christmas rush at a fraction of former value. Included are fine Irish linens and lawns, with embroidery, appliques, lace edgings, gay prints, hand-rolled edges or hemstitching. White and colors. At 1 9c, .19 and .29 Street Floor. MAIN AISLE SALE SLIPPERS Regularly $1.19 Look at the saving here ! On fine kids, cosy, soft Chenille Slippers, and on the new Blackout Slippers in black patent with the luminous bow that makes them so easy to find in the dark. 13th Month 79 Main Aisle .79

Clipped articles people have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 23,000+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Publisher Extra® Newspapers

  • Exclusive licensed content from premium publishers like the The Ottawa Citizen
  • Archives through last month
  • Continually updated

Try it free