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Buy Print. Lowest temperature tonight near High tomorrow near Moderate northwesterly winds tonight becoming gentle southerly tomorrow. Tune Prompt, Courteous, hour Service. Dial days; O. The bridegroom was graduated!
Ted Legere and Mr. Edward Lemire. Joseph church when Miss Dorothy Brouillette, daughter of Mrs. Eva Brouillette, 42 State street, became the bride of Gerald R. Angers, son of Mr. Henry Angers, Bristol, Conn. Adrien Casavant officiated at the double ring wedding service.
Miss' Rose Anna Rathier was the organist. Violin selections were rendered by Edwin Michnewich and soloist was Fernand Provender. The bride, given in marriage by her brother, Wallace Brouil-ette.
Her fingertip veil was caught to a headpiece trimmed with lillics of the valley. She carried a prayer book with an orchid. She wore a white gown fashioned with a lace bodice and a tulle skirt over taffeta and carried a fan of roses. The bridesmaids, Mrs Pauline Courtois, sister of the bride, and Mrs. Gertrude Brouillette, wore white gowns fashioned similar to tilt1 maid of honor. Roger Lemieux, friend of the groom, was the best man. Ushers were Walter Brouillette, brother of the bride, and Marcel Angers, cousin of the groom.
A reception for guests was held at St. Joseph Parish hall. Miss Aline Angers was in charge of the guest hook. The bride was educated in St. Albert Taschereau, of North Kennebunkport.
Refreshments and a cake, prettily decorated with four candles, were served. Patricia Davis, Mrs. Fran Fairfield, Mrs. Simonne Taschereau, Mrs. Laurette Breton, Mrs. Anita Wood, Mrs. Barbara Merrill, Mrs. Annie Merrill and the guest of honor, Irene. Hostesses were: Miss Madeline Merrill, Mrs. Patricia Danis and Mrs. Albert Taschereau. Elliot Fink gave a report on the convention in Portland. It was announced that meetings will in October. Games were played and prizes were awarded to Mrs. Aline Metayer, Mrs. Cora Gagne, Mrs. Irene Keith, Mrs. Gloria Bolduc, Mrs.
Lydia Desjardins, Mrs. Laura Boissonneault, Mrs. Gertrude Boutel, Mrs. Violette Bcllefeuille, Mrs. Victoria Plessis, Mrs. Laurette Beaudoin, Mrs. Dclvina Gagnon. Jeanette Letourneau, Mrs. Margaret Drolette, Mrs. Rosa Letourneau. Special awards went to Mrs. Anna Bellerose, Mrs. Elise Boulanger, Mrs. Irene Dubuc. The birthday cakes for June and Julv were awarded to Mrs. Nellie Bolduc and Mrs. Elise Boulanger. A chop Blond at biddeford irving supper was served with Mrs. Rhea Gregoire in charge, assisted bv Mrs. Adrienne Guav, Mrs. Cecile Jacques, Mrs. Muriel Duprey, Mrs.
Therese Drou-in, Mrs. Albertine Frechette, Mrs. Lorraine Harriman. Aldea Pare. Marie Blanche Mrs. Lucille Bellerose, Therese Beaudoin, Mrs. Monday, June 29, has been deated as a day of prayer for the circle Regent Alice Bolduc is urging all members to attend special services at 7 p. Joseph church. Next business meeting is scheduled for July Rebel, Mrs. This clinic is for children en- tering school for the first time.Blond at biddeford irving
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