10 THE OTTAWA JOURNAL MONDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1943. Ruth Schonnop Weds Ross Davis Decorated with Autumn flowers St. Paul's United Church, Carp, . was the scene of an interesting "wedding Saturday afternoon at three o'clock when Ruth, young est daughter of Mr. E. K. Schonnop, of Carp, and the late Mrs, Schonnop, became the bride of Ross Ingram, only son of F. A. J. Davis, of Carleton Place, and the late Mrs. Davis. . The ceremony was performed by Rev W. R. Johnston, and the wedding music was played by Mrs. Merritt Morris, of Ottawa. The ushers were Mr. Morris and Sam Hutchings, of Ottawa. The best man was Larry Tron, . of Pembroke. Given " in marriage by her father, the bride entered the church wearing an orchid wool suit with purple accessories. She also chose a corsage bouquet of yellow roses. ' The bride was attended by Miss Eileen Davis, sister of the bridegroom. 'Following the ceremony a reception was held at the home, of the bride's father. The couple left on a motor trip, the bride wearing a grey lamb jacket over her wedding suit. They will reside in Ottawa. Agar Quinn KA quiet wedding took place at a o'clock this morning in St. Patrick's Church, when Miss Mary Margaret Quinn, daughter of Mr. arfa Mrs. Joseph Quinn, became the bride of Mr. John Reginald Agar, son of Mrs. Jane Agar, and the late Mr. R. Agar. Rev. W. J. Radley officiated. Professor E. . A. Bonner played the wedding music and the soloist was Miss Mary Martin. The bride was given in marriage by her brother, Mr! Clarence Quinn, and attended by ner sister. Miss Florence Quinn, as bridesmaid. Mr. Sam Cornforth was best man. A two-piece crepe costume in turquoise blue was worn by the Dnde. tier hat and accessories were in black and she wore a corsage bouquet of Johanna Hill roses. ' Following a wedding breakfast at th home of Mr. and 'Mrs. Sam Cornforth, Mr Agar and his bride left on a motor trip Ao Montreal and other points. 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Major Betty Carter, who has been in Ottawa for a few days with her mother, Mrs. Charles Carter, has returned to Kitch ener. Mrs. uonaid Kooertson was hostess at the tea hour in honor of Mrs. Gordon Cameron, of Van couver, who Is the guest of her sister, Mrs, G. L. Jennings. Lieut. F. H. Toller, R.C.N.V.R., and Mrs. Toller, who have been spending some time in the Laur entlans, have returned to Ottawa , Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey Pattesqn have returned to the city from their Summer home at Kings mere. Mrs. Brown York, who has been spending the Summer at St Andrew's East, has returned to the city. Mr. and Mrs. T. D'Arcy McGee will return this week from their Summer home. Lake Rousseau, Muskoka. Mrs. Lawrence Ryan, of Call fornia, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Omer Cote, has re turned to Montreal. Mrs. John C. Osborne and Miss Peggy Ahearn were j hostesses at me tea nour. Miss Isabel Sneath, of Shanty Bay, Ont, who came to Ottawa for the funeral of her brother, Mr. Henry Sneath, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Charles Stew art and Hon. Charles Stewart. She will remain in Ottawa for several weeks. . Mrs. J. Stuart Grant and Miss D. Roberts-Allan have returned from the Seigniory Club, Que. ' Misses Mary Hryhorchuk and Joan Browne spent the week-end in Montreal. Mr. Fred Whitman, M.P. and Mrs. Whitman, of Montreal, were in Ottawa for the funeral of Mr. Henry Sneath. . Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dorias have returned to Montreal, having been' in Ottawa for the christening, of their grand-daughter, Lise, Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fernand Archambault. ' Brazilian members of the Joint Brazil-United States defence commission, on a tour of eastern Canada, were entertained Sunday by Hon. Caio de Melte Franco, Brazilian Minister to Canada. Miss Lucy Tou, of the Chinese Legation, is . in Montreal for short visit Mrs. Feodor Gousev, wife of the newly-appointed Russian Am bassador to London, will remain in Ottawa with her young daugh ter, Nina, until such time as her health permits her to join her husband. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Firth are in Boston today attending the open' ing of the Anzac Club. Miss Frances Craig entertained at a cup and saucer shower in honor of Miss Betty Moffatt, bride-elect of this month. The guest of honor was presented with ashoulder bouquet. Mrs. Moffatt presided at the tea table, assisted by Misses Hilda McAra and Iris and Ruth Craig. . Honoring Miss Betty Tennett, a. bride-elect of this week, Misses Lois McKee and Olive Kearns en tertalned Jointly at the latter! home at a miscellaneous shower. The guest-of-honor was present ed with a corsage bouquet ' Mrs. S. C. Ells has returned from Montreal, where she spent a week. . Miss Vera Grenfell will be In Hamilton on Thursday to speak at the annual, meeting of the Dominion Board of the W.A. of the Church of England. Miss Loroa Corcoran is spend ing some tune in Montreal, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Molr. A enjoyable dance was held on Saturday night by the Ot tawa Wrens in Wall is House. The Navy Army and Air Fprce were all represented in the 150 couples present Lieut. Peter Lun zer, R.C.N.V.R. was master-of ceremonies. Refreshments were served at eleven o'clock. Mrs. R. E. Wodehouse. Domln ion president of the W.A. of the Church of England, Is in Ham ilton to attend the annual meet' ing. She is the guest of Captain and Mrs. Harold Leather. . Mrs. Lawrence B. Clifford, of Hamilton, arrives in Ottawa to day to visit her mother. Mrs, W. Lyle Reid. Miss A. Sauve was the guest of-honor at an enjoyable kitchen shower held at the home of Mrs. D. Sauve. The bride-elect wsi presented with a corsage bou quet of sweetheart roses and baby chrysanthemums. Assisting Mrs. Sauve were Mrs.. J. Ladel-pha, Mrs. M. Major and Mrs. J. Lmieux. , Miss Maude H. Hall, attins t-mei Superintendent of the.Vlc torlan Order of Nurses for Can ada, is in Toronto to attend' the wartime conference and annual meeting of the Canadian Public Health Association. Miss Hall will present a paper at the con ference. ATLANTIC SEAL COATS (Dyed Rabbit) Sizes 11 to 44. $179 CHATEAU FURS BANK ST., cor Albert SAVE on DRESSES at NORMAN'S $4 $5 $6 Dress Shop 104 Bank St. Barbour Ren nick The marriage of Frances Margaret, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Rennick, to Flight Lieutenant F. H.. Barbour, son of Mrs. Barbour and the late Mr. J. Barbour, of Dalhousie. N.B. took nl quietly on Friday evening in! ooumminster United Church Rev. Charles Donald officiated Miss Joyce Balrd and Flying umcer js. j. urosz attended the couple. The bride wore a two-piece feather weight wool costume in Heavenly blue with black acces-rories and a shoulder bouquet of ueuerume roses. flight Lieutenant and Mrs. Barbour will take up residence in utiawa. La mot he Byrne A pretty wedding took place in St. Joseph's Church this morning when Laurentine, y o u n g e st daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lamothe, became the bride of Danny J., son of Mrs. Patrick Byrne, and the late Mr. Byrne, 01 carp. The ceremony took place .at nine o'clock. The wed ding music was played by Mrs. J. L. Gueguen. Miss Yvonne Mc- Kell was soloist. The bride was attended by her sister, miss Clare Lamothe, as bridesmaid. LAC. Frank Byrne, R.C.A.F., brother of the bride groom, was best man and Messrs. Thomas Lamothe and Eric Byrne ushered. Given In marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of white slipper satii fashioned with a fitted bodice, sweetheart neckline and long sleeves tapering in points over the hands. The skirt fell in a soft bouffant style from the waist Her finger-tip veil was of white net and . she wore a matching coronet Her shower bouquet was of Better-time roses. Following the . ceremony a reception was held at the Standish Hall Hotel. Later the couple left on a wedding trip to Boston, Mass., the bride travelling in a two-piece wool jersey dress In heavenly blue. With this , she wore a beige camel's hair coat and black accessories. Her corsage bouquet was of American Beauty roses. Upon their return they will reside in Cardinal, Ontario. Among the out-of-town guests were: Mrs. James Newell, Miss Myrtle St Germain, of Campbell's Bay; Cpl. Joseph Lamothe, of Washington, D.C.; Mr. and Mrs. Eric Byrne, of Kingston, and Mrs. William Foster and Miss Rita Foster, bt Montreal. , Misses Marcelle and Margaret Jenkins have returned to Ottawa from Saint John, N.B., where they spent three weeks holidays With their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Speedie Bartlett Rev. R. E. Osborne solemnized the marriage of Miss Margaret Jean, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bartlett, to Flying Officer Norman Douglas Speedie, R.C.A.F., son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Speedie. of Sylvan, Alber ta, on Saturday afternoon at 3.30 o'clock in St Matthew's Anglican Church. The wedding music was played by Dr. John W. Bearder, and the soloist Miss Mildred Thompson, sang "My World". The bride was attended by her sister, Miss Marlon Bartlett, as maia ot nonor, and Miss Mary Kenney, and Mrs. J. C. McTavish as bridesmaids. Flight Sergeant E. R. Lewis, R.C.A.F., was best man, and Flying Officers Mej way ana w. noDertson ushered. A gown of white silk chiffon styled with a sweetheart neckline, fitted bodice and soft pleats in the skirt was worn by the bride. Her fingertip veil was held in place by a coronet of orange blossoms. 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