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Doreen Phyllis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Boettger, Winona, and Keith Allan Duffield, son of Mr. R.C. Duffield and the late Mrs. Duffield, Grimsby, were married at 2:30 o'clock Saturday afternoon in Winona Gospel Church, with Rev. A.J. Harris officiating. More than 100 guests were present, and there was an after-reception at the home of the bride's parents.
Summer flowers and ferns decked the church, and Miss Marilyn Boyce was soloist. Mrs. Reid Smith was at the piano, and Mr. Tom Peake played violin numbers.
The bride, whose father gave her in marriage, was gowned in white satin, with train, and her veil was caught to a headdress of lilies and orange blossoms. She carried a cascade bouquet of white chrysanthemums and white gladioli.
Mrs. Bruce Amy, in ice blue taffeta, with headdress to match, and bouquet of cerise and peach gladioli, was matron of honour.
Misses Betty Wallace and Margaret Humphreys, in dresses of cerise crepe, with matching headdress, and gladioli nosegays of cerise and peach shades, were bridesmaids. Miss Lois Carpenter, as flower girl, was in white, with a pretty headdress, and bouquet of gladioli in varied tones.
Mr. Bruce Amy, Kitchener, was best man, and the ushers were Messrs. Clarence Boettger, (Port Elgin), and Lyle Luey (Grimsby).
The bride's mother, receiving at the reception, was in black crepe and pink-trimmed hat and corsage of pink carnations.
Going away on the wedding trip to the United States, the bride word a brown suit and accessories, pink blouse and corsage of pink carnations.
The couple will reside in Kitchener.
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- Wedding Announcements
- Date of Publication
- 25 Sep 1947
- Date Of Event
- 20 Sept 1947
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