The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on October 28, 1952 · Page 18
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tlffi OTTAWA ' JOURNAL" TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28. 1952. Hon. and Mrs. T. G. Webb Are Honored at Reception 18 V. Th High Commissioner tor New Zealand and Mre.TC. A fflslop entertained at late afternoon reception yeetarday at the official realdence in honor at tha Hon. T C. Webb, New Zealand Minister of E tarsal Affair, and Mra. Webb. '. The guests were reeeived by tha Hlfh Commissioner nd hit wit and tba guests of honor, for tha occasion Mrs. Hiilop choaa an afternoon frock of black URU with whit collar and euffj and Mrs. Webb wore a black full, accented In velvet with a email, off-the-faee bat. 1 More than 100 (ueata were preaent" Including the Prime ininnier ana mra. 01. uureni. eaMnet ministers, bead of Com monwealth and foreign missions, other repreaentativea 'of the diplomatic corpa. afflclala of the Department of External. Affaire .and other Government depart ment. ; The reception rooma were attractive with white and yellow chrysanthemum and Autumn jeave. Moore-Brethour Wedding Held -In New York' . , 1 Hlai Irene Audrey Brethour. daughter of the late Mr. William Brethour and Mra. Bret-hour, of Carleton Place, OnL. became tha bride of Sgt Major Harry Moore. RCE. eon- of the lata Mr. and Mra. I. Moore, of WIhmIm i Mar, Numt!v In nMn, -. . . , rint Preebyterian Church, fifth Avenue. New York City, ; Rev. .John Mellln officiated at tha ceremony. ' Given in marriage by Mr. X - r-1 .J I gtimim Ik. bride wa attended by Mra. j. " O. Smith. aa matron of honor, ' Mr. Cordon L. B, Smith, of Astoria, LI, formerly of OtUwa, waa beat man. The bride wore a turquoise blue velvet strapless, ankle- length dreaa with a matching Jacket Sha wore a matching bat. Interwoven aeroae tha front with tiny whita pearla, with a ihoulder-length veil. Her ahoea wet -of blue velvet and aba wore long white, gloves, trimmed with pearl buttons. Her corsage bouquet waa .of pink Brlarcllffe rosea. A single strand of pearla and pearl earrings, a gift of tha bridegroom, completed her ensemble. Tha matron of honor wore a silver-grey dreaa, trimmed with black velvet, and black velvet accessories. Her corsage bou-" o,ut waa of red Happiness roses, i Tha reception waa held In tha r..jll-nt Amah. (Ka Ifntjtf Victoria, New York. Later the : to New York Stale, New jersey.. , and Montreal . To travel tha bride wort light blue wool dreaa with matching feather hat, topped by a three-quarter length grey fur coat. ' The couple will reside at 12S Metcalfe atreet, Ottawa. ' ; " " '' ' . Logan ToMt ? St. Paul'a Lutheran Church waa the scene on Saturday afternoon a (.three o'clock, of tha marriage of Miaa Florence Martha Tobalt,, daughter of Mra. E. O. Tobalt and the late Mr. Tobalt, and Mr. Jamea Herbert Logan, eon of Mra. W. J. Logan j and the lata Mr. Loean.. Bav. G. H. Raedeke performed the ceremony, and gold en chrysanthemums and- feme were used in decoration. Mra.' H. Bacher played tha organ music, and tha aoiolst wsa Mra. ' J. Mackenzie. 1 . ' -Jar. W. H. Tobalt gave hU ale-, ter in marriage and aha was attended by her sister-in-law, Mra. W, H. Tobalt, aa matron of honor. Mr. L. E, Logan waa beat , roan for. his brother, and the ushers were Mr. J. Mackenzie and Mr. Robert Measerschmidt. :Tb bride wore street-length gown of gold taffeta with a boat neckline and a loose gathered skirt, with a matching feathered hat and brown accessories. She Carried a eeml-caacade bouqjiet of Talisman rosea and Autumn toned chrysanthemums. , -Following a reception at the' home pf the bride's aunt, Mra. J. Mesaerachmidt, Mr. and Mra. Logan left on a honeymoon trip to the Eastern United States. Travelling tha bride wore tai- lored tweed suit with brown aceeaaorlea and a camelhatr top-eoat Her corsage bouquet waa ' of gardenia. They will reside in Ottawa. ,; -.Mr. and Mra. X. Falconer, of . Montreal, and Mr. Mas Talbot, of Detroit, were . out-of-town - guests. , ' . .... . . PC Women Hold Card Party. . Tha, October meeting of the ""Britannia Line Women'a Pro-: greaslve Conservative Association took tha iomr of a card party, when a large gathering of member and frienda enjoyed bridge, canasta and euchre. . Mra. Donald Morrow drew for the nrlzea. anil Mi. RrrliMt,, : waa tha winner of a birthday ' rake. Other winners were: Mra. Hall, Mra. Orr, Mra. Smith, Mra. Cummlngs, Mra. Gaw and Miaa Mann , , . . ! t ItefMaHmAMt. waM mm iimJ 1m- ; Mra. Genereaus , and her . conv , mitlee. New Fall Fashions hi SUITS COATS DRESSES Kuehl-Roycroft Wedding Held In Arnprior ' In. f irst Baptist Church. Arn prior, en Saturday afternoon at J 30 o'clock. MbarLola Evelyn Raycroft, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Noble Raycroft, of , Arnprior,- and Mr. Gerald Bovd Kuehl, son of Mr. and Mra. fred Kuehl also of Arnprior, were married By Rev. Walter Schmidt ; ferns and Autumn flowers decorated tha church, and white satin ribbons marked the pews. Miaa Lorraine Sen eel played the organ music and Mra. Phyllla Aioua waa ine soloist Given in marriage - by her father, tha bride waa attended oy aara. Eunice . Langford, as matron of honor. Miss Edna Bautz. as bridesmaid, and Miss Jean Raycroft aa. Junior brides maid. Mr. Merril Scheel waa beat man and tha ushers were Mr. Elmer Raycroft and Mr. Harold Raycroft . The bride's gown of Chantllly lace over satin was designed with nylon net yoke, forming a V-neckline, long sleeves ending In points over the hands, and a floor length aklrt with a bustle, forming points In the front and back. Her fingertip veil waa held by a crown of aeed pearla and rhineatonea, and she carried a caacade bouquet of American Beauty roses. following tha ceremony dinner waa held In the church halt Later tha couple left on a honeymoon to Eastern points and tha United States, for her wedding trip the bride wore a green gabardine auit with coffee brown aceeaaorlea. Mr. and Mra. Kuehl will make their horn in Arnprior. Chapter to Aid Korean Children The National Memorial Chap- ter, lODE, held then ' regular monthly meeting recently In tha club room of St John'a Anglican Church, with the regent. Mra. D. S. Robertson, In . toe chair. . , ..' -. Reports were read ' by - the officers and - conveners, and money was voted for the Lucy Morrison.. Memorial fund; tha National film Council and tha Ottawa film Council.- ' It waa decided that the membera would subscribe personally to the Korean Milk fund, and also supply lined acribblera and pencils for Korean children. It was voted to buy a wreath for Poppy' Day, which the regent, Mra. Robert- son, will place oii the Cenotaph. Mra. W. H. Whltworth, Mra. A. K. Light, Miaa A. Murphy and Mra. R. MacDonald volunteered' 10 canvass offices for. subscriptions to tha Poppy Day Fund. The flower fund benefitted : from the. "Plastic Shower", and vote of thanks waa extended "to Mra. R. Stanley-Smith for the use of her borne for the aewlng meeting for the making of layettes. i The hostesses at Morgana were Mra. D. S. Robertson, Mra. T. Moore, and Miaa M. Robinson. A report waa given on the programme! tha chapter's raffle. DEBUT ANTE Of THE SEASON Miaa Margaret Drewry, debutante daughter of Lieut Colonel K,R. Drewry and Mra. Drewry. . ! (PWt. fc? Mkj ; i ' '-. . -J-.-. MR. AND MRS. JEAN-f ACL ST. LOUIS pictured after their recent wedding. Tba bride la the former Miaa Rita Elizabeth Graziano, daughter of Mr. and Mra. Jamea Grazlano, and the bridegroom la tha son of Mr. and Mra. Napolean St LouU, all of Ottawa. Otieta by MtCuwra l . Canadian War Bride Groups Keep Contact Wi th.Home Folks ; : - - TOROVro.l-aTheVomen daurhters aa far West as Winnl- who were the oversets brides of Pn Rtln nS Victoria. tha last war arc maintaining their contacts with the old land and Twenty-one war bridea and their 33 children returned to Britain for the Summer. Sew-, Incidentally creating a three- jer1 others also visited the Uni-generation thirst for travel. ted Kingdom,, either travelling Tha girls, their children, and Individually or in groups. the folka at home, have become A litUe mora than a year ago nonchalant about a 1,000-mile boat trip or plane hop. , i , And the Canadian War Br Idea Association, banda-acroea-tbe-sea organization aimed at keeping homesickness to a minimum. Is nourishing the travel bug. .'. tha War Bridea Association at nearby A)a collected enough money to help pay tha passage of a dying mother, her husband and family back to the home land. , . A member of the Alax group, Mrs. Wyn EUla who akto is president of tha Ontario ganization, says that her club . In the . association's. 40-odd jhaa,a welfara fund "U my Idea groups across Canada membera tha most Importent part of the are busily studying waye of ae-'asociaUOn". cumulating money for tha "And .also It helps glrla feel yearned-tor trip home. . that they belong to some or- Maney for Trips. . wJganizatlon which really cares Bazaars, rafflea. and teas are wnetner iney are lonejy ,or oe- " Engaged Mr. and Mra. T. f . Guataiaon announce tno engagement of their daughter, Patricia Mar- Jorie, to Joeeph Melford Cray, son of Mr. and Mra. P. Alex Cray. The Carriage will take place in St Ps trick's Church, on November 2. . - . Mr. and Mra. Lkme) Gauthier wera recently given a surprise party on the occasion of their 20th wedding anniversary. Mr. Paul McNicoll read an appropriate address and presented the cowple with a walnut coffee table, on behalf of their many friends and relatives. Community singing and modern and old-time dancing waa enjoyed throughout -the evening. held frequently and the money cached away to help with travel' expense. ; k" :..'? . f , On the other hand those same nickels and dimea frequently go to assist a member who haa fallen upon hard times. ' "We have a welfara fund to help, girls who are finding things difficult", said Mrs. Ray Mc Cauley of Toronto. ' . ( At least 40 women and children arc scheduled to fly to Britain next April for three- month visit A -United States arid' Canadian War Bridea Parcnta Association exists In Britain and operates In the same way aa the Canadian organization and its corresponding group In the U.S. only In this case it s the parents who hold the meetings. talk about their far-off dauh-ten and discuss means of visiting them. ' Pabllsh Ballettsk A "federation of TranaaUan-tic Bride and Parent Associa tion" bulletin published In Eng land give namea, address and deatinatione of parcnta due to visit Canada. Last year 30 cam on one ship, alone visiting pressed", ahe said. jrlfBwmCll t Sparna St (Near Ilrla) ' g L y jjU . 1 1 l ctclo Fuzzy BAB BXIATH SI BACTERIA YVoCfff 9JBBlBBJ VBBwlll Bjl ar1a) BaaWvaall mm Stan a aW fkrwOil aura k a tm ka n esw voiaoaiiN, mm aa ttf avarlpB fvH Mm aWBf4l ()f aVqfCMftfli CBBflft a a m . a - a-BMaa. jh-gaM aaraaaaa sw0sawajaBBjwag. aBSaaawraiBVawaj fjwwsBfwai apvaar wwaaai llralnM, - voiaoaitM .a w, t4t h WI 4mn m4 CfqB B IvBobJ aBaslgJe BBvB WBMRfJe- r t n 49 tmmt 71 " soia , m 'ttOMt OMiV Annsirnc Horn Did Xormlcfl , bcc::ci;itis M.trme to tit I Bufffr. MiekTaW ! fTW Bfiinff, from BfMhfM nJ hrvm Omt. "CirUii fnrida, bm rrr dun, btinff m fts atiarfc. I Warm Mr (, gpp bb4 ftfiM far hrvatli. anrf mmm I kaar rarsttng aVtMssTaaaml wmh. It Watt rWtltCMta? tsMt I aVvAfwd Brmut RMm. 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