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From: Gerry Perry <>
Subject: [CAN-Manitoba] Oak River Post Marriages
Date: Sun, 21 Jul 2002 19:19:46 -0700

>From the Oak River Post, Oak River, MB

3/26/1931ANGUS - VICKERY

A very pretty wedding took place on Wednesday afternoon, at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. VICKERY, when their daughter, Eva Selens, became the
bride of Clifford ANGUS, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. ANGUS, of Hamiota. At
exactly five o'clock the young couple took their places under an arch of
white bells and streamers, to the strains of Mendelssohn's wedding
march, played by Miss Olive MILLS, of Wheatland. The ceremony was
conducted by Rev. W. T. BRADY. The bride, who was given away by her
father, was attended by her sister, Doris. Leonard ANGUS acted as best
man. The rooms were daintily decorated with pink and white bells and
streamers. After the ceremony the guests, which included only the
immediate friends of the family, sat down to a sumptuous dinner.
The young couple were the recipients of many useful gifts. The
groom's gift to the bride was a beautiful necklace, and to the
bridesmaid, a pretty bracelet. Those present from a distance were: Mr.
and Mrs. ANGUS, Mises Mabel and Nora ANGUS, Eric ANGUS, and Mr. and Mrs.
J. HOUCK, of Hamiota, and Mr. and Mrs. W. HARVEY, of Rivers. Mr. and
Mrs. ANGUS will live on their farm south of Hamiota.


4/16/1931Miss Mildred BENNETT, sister of Premier BENNETT, was married
to Major HERRIDGE at Ottawa Tuesday.



A quiet wedding took place Monday at the home of Rev. N. A. MC EACHERN,
Winnipeg, when he united in marriage Katherine Kila, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. S. LE BARRON, 501 Princess avenue east, Brandon, and James Elmore
LINTOTT, of Brandon, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. LINTOTT, also of this
city. - Brandon Sun.



A quiet wedding was solemnized in Brandon on Tuesday, (Dec. 16) when
Lizzie, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James SINCLAIR, became the
bride of John MORCOM, second son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. I. MORCOM, both
of Oak River, Man.
The bride was given in marriage by her brother, W. SINCLAIR, and Miss
Jessie HENRY was in attendance. W. H. MORCOM, eldest brother of the
bride-grrom, acted as best man. Following the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs.
MORCOM left for Winnipeg, Man., where they will be the guest of the
groom's cousin, Mr. P. F. ROUSE, 128 Emily St. Later they will return
to Oak River, Man.

----Winnipeg Tribune.


2/19/1931GOUCHER - HEAPY

St. Mary's Church, Brandon, was the scene of a pretty wedding Saturday
afternoon when the rector, Rev. W. F. BUSHE, united in marriage Amy
Violet, eldest daughter of Mr. and the late Mrs. E. J. HEAPY, of Oak
River, and Archibald Charles GOUCHER, 537 Princess Ave. East. The
bride, who was given in marriage by W. B. WEBBER, godfather of the
bridegroom, was becomingly attired in a frock of navy flat crepe trimmed
with white. Her hat was a smart model of navy straw, and she wore a
corsage bouquet of roses. Miss Evelyn M. HEAPY, who attended her
sister, wore a frock of navy flat crepe trimmed with eggshell, with hat
to match. A. E. CHAPMAN attended the groom. Following the ceremony,
supper was served at the Olympis Cafe, where the tables were decorated
with white streamers and flowers and centred with the bride's cake. In
the evening the friends of the happy couple held a surprise party for
them at the home of the groom's parents. Mr. and Mrs. GOUCHER are
residing in the Brandon Hardware apartments.


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