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The Rideau Record

Smiths Falls, Ontario, Canada

July 5, 1894 page 4

Miss Mabel Reeve, of Toledo, was the guest of Mrs. J. R. Lavell for a few days this week.

Ottawa Citizen

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

August 25 1951 page 10

Miss Hamilton, Morning bride Carries Mother's Prayer Book

Carrying the white prayer book her mother had carried for her marriage, Marie Hamilton became the bride of Leonard Carney at a morning ceremony today at St. Edward's Church, Westport, Ont. Rev. J. V. Meagher officiated. The bride, the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. W. G. Hamilton of Westport, was given in marriage by her father. Her attendants were her sister, Miss Margaret Hamilton as maid of honor, and Miss Ginny Hamilton and Miss Rita Donnelly as bridesmaids. W. H. Johnston of Montreal stood as best man for the groom who is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Carney of Kingston. Ushering were Paul Chabot of Kingston and Dr. H. G. Hamilton of Sudbury. The soloist. Mrs. A. K. Davies of Ottawa, was accompanied the organ by Kenneth Carney of Kingston.

Blush Satin

For her marriage the bride chose a gown of blush satin fashioned with a fitted bodice and a net yoke inset. Her full skirt extended to a slight train and her veil of tulle illusion was held by a Juliet cap of blush satin. She carried an ivory bound prayer book adorned with clusters of pinocchio roses and stephanotis. A reception was held at Green Shingle Lodge at Wolfe Lake following the ceremony. For her honeymoon trip to Lake of Bays, the bride donned a navy sheer dress with velvet accessories and a corsage bouquet of pink roses. On their return Mr. and Mrs. Carney plan to reside in Toronto. Miss Elizabeth Morrissey of Ottawa attended the wedding.

The Rideau Record

Smiths Falls, Ontario, Canada

October 18, 1894 page 9

Westport is shortly to have a brass band.

Of Course It Was Not True.

Every little while when things get unbearably bad on the Brockville & Westport railway, the papers out there start up a pleasant little story to the effect that in a quiet, confidential way, it is reported that the B. & W. has passed into the hands of the New York Central managers. Then there is great jubilations among the citizens, the shortcomings, or perhaps the longcomings of the road are forgotten, and as neighbor meets neighbor on the street they strike hands and say, “Did you hear the latest about the B. & W.” As an outcome always of the “quiet confidential rumor” the road is extended to the “Soo" in their minds, and is the medium by which the of almost the entire country goes bounding to the seaboard. Of course in a few days the quiet confidential report is found to be without any foundation in fact, but everything is forgiven the road that has such tremendous possibilities and it goes on pursuing the very uneven tenor of it's way. beach dresses for mother of the bride

Sunday was the coldest day of the season and in the afternoon we had our first fall of snow. It didn't come very fast or in very big flakes and there wasn't enough of it to make sleighing, but there was just sufficient to say that it snowed. Further north it fell in greater abundance.

Ottawa Citizen

Saturday, April 18, 1992 page 46


At the Brockville General Hospital on Friday, April 17, 1992, Martha Burmeister of Athens. Beloved wife of the late Clarence B. Mulvena. Dear mother of Mrs. Pat Boucher and her husband Lloyd of Ottawa. Loving sister of Mrs. Emma Kernkamps and her husband Melvin of Daytona Beach, Florida. Also survived by several nieces and nephews. Friends will be received at the Judson Funeral Home, Athens, from Sunday afternoon until Monday, April 20, when funeral services will be held in Christ Church, Athens, at 2 p.m. Interment Oak Leaf Cemetery. In memoriams to the Heart and Stroke Foundation or charities of your choice will be gratefully acknowledged.