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was of the the of her pale a and the the the Til - Mr. take I. Mrs. Al. who re has St. Mary's Church Scene of Pretty Wedding Ceremony St. Mart's church was the set - tine' Saturday evening at 8 o'clock for the wedding of Odylle Ernestine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pierre Sache, Williams street south, and Albert George Charles Cher - amy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Emile Cheramy, Vancouver. Before an altar massed with Dink gladioli and baskets of early autumn nowers ana loiiage, rtev. Father M. J. Kennedy officiated at the rpremonv at which the bride's only attendant was her sister. Miss Alice Sache. Henry Komnson, New Westminster, supported the groom while Fernnd Sache and Willard Ryckman acted as ushers. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of white satin in princess mode with a softly shirred bodice and a Medici lnce collar. Her embroidered net veil fell in frothy folds from a lace halo held in place Dy a sman wreath of orange blossoms. She carried a bouquet of white carnations and sweet peas. The bridesmaid wore a gown oi ninu nnd hlue flowered taffeta fashioned with a short bolero, miffed sleeves, and a matching crownless hat covered with a blue shoulder leneth veil. Her bouquet was comprised of pink carnations and sweet peas. mirine the sienine of the register Miss Jean Pulford sang "At Dawn ing with Mrs. James vvuson at the organ. Fnl nwine - the ceremony a recep tion was held at the home of the bride's parents. To receive the guests, Mrs. Sache, mother of the bride, chose a plum colored sheer dress with lace inserts and cape sleeves. Her hat and accessories were black. White carnations were worn en corsage. She was assisted by the groom's mother, Mrs. Cheramy, gowned in a blue flowered treoreette ensemoie wun grey hat and accessories. Pink carnations comprised her corsage. The bride s table was aecoraiea with mauve asters and sweet peas in crystal bowls and lighted by yellow tapers in matching sconces. A three - tiered wedding caKe centered the table and was banked with yellow tulle. Mrs. Maurice Tuyttens, Agassiz, and Mrs. Rene Gamache, New Westminster, were asked to pour. Assisting as tea aides were Mrs. Arthur Roberts, Mrs. Leslie rtus - sell, Mrs. Jack Northcote, Miss Louise Sache and Miss Yvonne Tuyttens. The groom s gift to the bride was a eold watch. Mr. and Mrs. Cheramy left later for a short honeymoon at victoria, the bride traveling in a smart fitted tweed coat, wine hat and ac cessories. Her corsage was com prised of white roses, un ineir return thev will make their home in New Westminster. Out - of - town guests were Mrs. O. Cheramv. Mr. and Mrs. F. Cher amy and daughter Yvonne, Mr. and Mrs. A. Cheramy, Mr. and Mrs. u. Cheramy, Mr. and Mrs. E. Cher - mv. Mr. and Mrs. R. Gamache and Miss Helen Cheramv. New Westminster; Mr. and Mrs. i,esne Russell, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Roberts, Miss Louise Sache, Vancouver; Mr. and Mrs. A. Perrault and daughter Louise, Mrs. F. Moran, Dernrhe: Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Tuyttens, Miss Yvonne Tuyttens, Albert and Maurice iuyuens, Agassiz. Mrs. T. L. DeBord accompanied her cousin, F. Bradshaw, from Seattle to spend a week with her mother, Mrs. F. George, Cultus Lake, Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Collin, Miss Collin and Lawrence Collin spent the holiday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. J. Farrow, Grasslands, Sardis. Mrs. Gus McRae has returned to Vancouver with Eileen and June. Dr. McRae will remain at Cultus Lake during the month of September. . Mr. and Mrs. L. O. McCarter had as their guests during the week the latter's sister, Mrs. E. R. Bew - ell, Mr. Bewell, and son Bruce, Victoria. Mrs. L. Swain and Lyle Swain, Vancouver, and Miss Wilma Hudle - SOCIAL and Fernand Sache left Sunday for Bowser, B. C. Miss Gladys Wade spent the weekend in Vancouver. Guy Curwen is in Kamloops for the hop - picking season. Miss Catherine Pugh was a weekend visitor to Vancouver. . Dr. and Mrs. G. A. Roberts were visitors to Vancouver Friday. Miss Winnie Bolton spent the holiday weekend in Vancouver. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Manuel were visitors to Vancouver last week. Miss Leone Marshall was a visitor to Seattle over the weekend. Harold Everett spent the Labor Day weekend in Vancouver. Stan Kirkham spent the holiday weekend at his home in Duncan, Dr. Wilbur Cusack visited in New Westminster during the holiday. Harvey Weeks, Vancouver, was the weekend guest of his parents. Howard Sampson, Britannia Mines, was home for the weekend. Mrs. Laughlin Bruce leaves next week for a month's trip to the Prairies. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Montgomery spent Labor Day weekend at Cultus Lake. Miss Margaret Andrews, Vancouver, was a visitor at Cultus Lake Sunday. Mrs. B. Swain, Vancouver, was a recent visitor at the home of Mrs. Bert Hinkley. Mrs. Walter Welsford was a recent bridge hostess at her Cultus Lake cottage. Mrs. George Upham entertained at bridge recently at her cottage at Cultus Lake. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Willett attended the Canada Pacific exhibition in Vancouver. Mrs. D. H. H. Lowther and Miss Audrey Lowther were visitors to Vancouver Friday. Miss Margaret Kier, Vancouver, was the weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Bradley. Miss Charlotte Stanford, Seattle, spent the weekend with her brother, Frank Stanford. Sid and Jack Partlo returned Monday from a trip to 70 Mile House in the Cariboo. Miss Frances Evans, Vancouver, is visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs. A. A. Hinton. Miss Pat Carey, Vancouver, was the guest last week of Miss Betty Bolduc at Cultus Lake. Mrs. Charles Daniels and daughter Jean, Vancouver, were recent visitors to Cultus Lake. Miss Jean MacNaughton returned Sunday from Victoria, where she spent the summer months. Visitors to Vancouver exhibition Wednesday included Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Meilicke and Donald. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ferguson are spending the month of September at Cultus Lake. Mrs. F. Coleman, Saskatoon, is visiting at the home of Mrs. A. Brayshaw, Princess avenue. Mr. and Mrs. J. Fletcher Shaw have left on a two weeks' motor trip to the Olympic Peninsula. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith, New Westminster, were visitors to Chil liwack over the long weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Allen and Wilbur McKillop, Vancouver,' were recent visitors at Cultus Lake. Lorne McPhee and his brother in - law, A. N. Dando, Victoria, are spending a week in the Cariboo. William Grand has just returned from a trip to Grand Coulee Dam Spokane, Wash., and Portland, Ore. the six up the Robertson at at J. and in

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  1. The Chilliwack Progress,
  2. 07 Sep 1938, Wed,
  3. Page 2

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