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Johnson-Larson Johnson-Larson Johnson-Larson Three-tier Three-tier Three-tier Cake Made By Bride's Sister The three-tier three-tier three-tier wedding cake was made by the bride's sister sister for the reception which followed the marriage of Beverly Beverly Anne Larson and Dexter Dexter Guy Johnson. They exchanged exchanged marriage vows in Chilliwack United Church before before Rev. R. W. Bray. Mrs. Robert Prachnau was also one of her sister's senior attendants, attendants, with another sister. Mrs. William Jones. The bride is the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Larson of Rosedale and the groom is the only son of William Johnson, Toronto, Toronto, and the late Mrs. Johnson and the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. John Boyachek, Chilliwack. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a floor-length floor-length floor-length gown of nylon organza organza over taffeta with seed pearl embroidery enhancing the scalloped neckline of the bodice. Wide lace bands appeared appeared diagonally on the bouffant skirt. A crown of seed pearls and crystals held the chapel-length chapel-length chapel-length veil. She carried a dainty bouquet of yellow roses and white hyacinths hyacinths backed by a "fan" of white lace. Assisting Mrs. Jones and Mrs. Prachnau with their duties was the groom's cousin, cousin, four-year-old four-year-old four-year-old four-year-old four-year-old Kimberly Kania, as flower girl. The bride's attendants wore short-length short-length short-length aqua sheer gowns over taffeta with lace bodices and sleeves. The senior attendants carried bouquets of white feathered carnations with yellow rosebuds. Kimberly carried a basket of similar flowers. Jack Boyachek was his nephew's best man. Ushers were the bride's brother, James Larson; and the groom's cousin, William Kania, Kania, Vancouver. Baskets and small bouquets bouquets of spring flowers in yellow, white and aqua were arranged in the BPOE Hall where Norman Hetland proposed proposed the bridal toast during the reception. Assisting the bridal party in the receiving line were the bride's parents and the groom's grandparents, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Boyachek. Miss Margaret Purych and Miss Verna Fetterly, who also looked after the guest book, served the head table. Following a honeymoon south, Mr. and Mrs. Johnson will live in suite 204 - 1422 73rd Ave. W., Vancouver. Among out-of-town out-of-town out-of-town out-of-town out-of-town guests at the Johnson-Larson Johnson-Larson Johnson-Larson wedding wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cowie, Nellie, Charles, Jr., and Norman; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Mason and Boyd, Mr. and Mrs. William Kania, Kim and Kelly; and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Blythe, all of Vancouver; and Mr. and Mrs. Art Larson of Rain-eer, Rain-eer, Rain-eer, Alta. Encouraged To Take Part In Meetings When Chilliwack Toastmis-tress Toastmis-tress Toastmis-tress Club met at The Gateway Gateway for their regular meeting, meeting, president Mrs. J. A. Mc-Phee Mc-Phee Mc-Phee encouraged all members to take an active part in the meetings, with a special invitation invitation to new members to participate in club business. In keeping with the term theme "Landmarks" to make members more aware of, and help them to learn more about, the province of British Columbia, the theme for the meeting was "Fringe Benefits" Benefits" and the aim "A look at our environment." Three seven-minute seven-minute seven-minute talks were given by the speakers of the evening. Mrs. E. C. Mc-Caw Mc-Caw Mc-Caw spoke on Vancouver Island, entitling her speech "Windows West." Mrs. T. A. B. Larson spoke on "Heading North" and gave a first hand account of the country around Quesnel. Mrs. R. W. Whetter recalled her visit to Disneyland and chose Walt Disney as an "Influential "Influential Neighbor." Other members taking part in the meeting were: Mrs. M. G. Nelson, inspiration; Mrs. E. B. Butchart, ice breaker; Mrs. F. F. Mitchell, topic mistress; mistress; Mrs. J. B. Thompson, toastmistress; Mrs. P. G. Dueck, education; Mrs. J. A. McPhee, closing thought; Mrs. P. J. Keoughan and Mrs. D. A. Fotheringham, evalua-tors; evalua-tors; evalua-tors; and Mrs. A. C. Letts, timer. Theme of the next meeting will be "From Footpaths to Freeways" with the aim "To Study the Natives of B.C." MR. AND MRS. GUY JOHNSON (nee Beverly Larson) Norman Studios photo WORTHY MISTRESS Mrs. Fred Storey, left, and Mrs. Florence LaRose, admire one of their club's emblems which was displayed in the Orange Memorial Memorial Hall during their spring tea. Sacred Concert By Concordia Choir Concordia Chapel Choir of Edmonton, Alta., will present a concert of sacred music April 13 at Christ Lutheran Church, Chilliwack. The concert concert appearance is sponsored by St. Paul Lutheran Church and is scheduled to start at 8 p.m. The choir has arranged a 10-concert 10-concert 10-concert Easter tour covering covering some 2,000 miles in Bri-ish Bri-ish Bri-ish Columbia and Alberta. A 38-member 38-member 38-member group of mix ed voices, the choir is under the direction of Miss Carlene Helmkamp of Concordia's music department. The choir's repertoire presents a balance between traditional and contemporary sacred music, featuring selections such as Brother James' Air, Beautiful Saviour, How Can I Thank Thee, Lord?, and Our Lord and Christ.