Timmins Newspaper Index

Porcupine Advance, 21 Aug 1941, 1, p. 3

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Sincere good wishes to Mr. and Mrs. Valois Legendre, whose martriage was a lovely event at St. Anthony‘s Catheâ€" aral on Saturday morning at . 9.30 w‘elock . . . the ‘bride is the former Miss Viola Lemire . . . and to Mr. and Mrs. Darling (nege Ann Kolaski), whose wedding took place at the United Church at 1.30 o‘clock on Saturday afternoon . . . they‘re away on a wedâ€" ding trip this week. THURSDAY, AUGUST 2#18T,. 1941 . . And the wedding take place about four FEastern Standard time noon in Alberta. . . . Margaret becomes Mrs. Bill Shields at 230 o‘clock at the Tinwunins United Church, while away out in Calgary, Velma will say her "I do‘s" as she becomes the bride of Airforceman Herâ€" bert Hatton . . . Velma left on Tuesâ€" day on the long trip to the West, and will arrive tomorrow evening . . . in Edmonton, she expects to see a friend of Herb‘s Jack Dunn, also from Timâ€" mins, who is with the air force there . . and the wedding ceremony will take nlace about four or five o‘clock Words upon which lives are formed . . . words which made for happiness . . . and words which will be repeated by two of this town‘s most popular girls on Saturday, August 23rd . . . Margaret Easton and Velma Eimes By Ann To have and to hold from this day forward, for better, for worse, for richer, for poorer, in sickness and in health, to love and to cherâ€" ish, till death us do part." (Book of the style bring furth Land . . . cult to re making su Both girls have been entertained a great dGdeal . . . Velma being guestâ€"ofâ€"honour at events on Weaâ€" nesday, Thursday, Priday and Satâ€" urday . . . Wednesday evening it was a linen shower at her home . . Thursday evening it was a farewell tea at the home of Mrs. C. M. Hatâ€" ton, Toke street . . . Priday evenâ€" ing it was a farewell party at the the Harmony hall given by her Finnish friends . .. and Saturday evening it was a flat silver shower at the home of Margaret Easton The overture to "Attila" by Verdi, which will be played by the band in the contest at the Canadian Naâ€" tional Exhibition in Toronto next week, bhrought loud applause from a good attendance at the McIntyre Band concert on Sunday evening . . certainly, if the band plays in . on that trip to the West, she‘ll have as company some of the loveâ€" liest gifts a girl could hope for . .. and the knowledge that many, many friends here are hoping that it won‘t be long before she and Herb are back "home." Common Prayer) 7 Cedar St. 8. Clean Rooms Cor, Spruce St, Third Ave. The King Edward Hotel Day or Week Electric Sprayers For Rent Very Reasonable Rates Quiet Atmosphere YOUR PRESENT SUITE ; raymeXt L Y NCH Exclusive Designs in Before you furnish your home see our fine display of exclusive chesterfieldsâ€"4by well known manuâ€" facturers. APPLIANCE FURNITURE CO. Everything for the Home Phone 1672 eatly afterâ€" THMTMINS It happened in South Porcupine . . . and the residents of the house still have proof of the story . . . the famâ€" ily decided that while they were away on holiday the floors should be varâ€" nished. . . and promptly called in a painter to do the job . . . everything went mlong smoothly . . . a perfect holiday was spent . .. and the family came back to find in the very centre of the floor an unvarnished spot in the identical shape of a pair of shoes . . upon enguiry they foundâ€"a roomer who stayed on while the family was on holiday left his shoes in the middle of the floor . . . the painter, afraid to move another person‘s belongings, careâ€" fully varnished around the shoes, into every little uncovered spot . . . and left a ‘""pair Of shoes"â€"unpaintedâ€"as a trademark on the floor! As the car proceeded slowly along FPourth avenue, the crowd waited in quiet expectancy . . . and then, as his Royal Highness, the Duke of Kent, stepped out to the pavement in front of

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