While MiLady and I attended her son’s wedding, her parents were in Manitoba attending a family reunion. The reunion was for my mother-in-law’s side of the family.
When we saw them the other day, MiLady received some priceless souvenirs.
She’s allowed me to share one with you 🙂
UNKNOWN NEWSPAPER, circa July 1940
BEAUCHAMP – OLLIVIER
St. Anne’s Church, Flin flon, was the scene of a pretty wedding on July 18th at 8am, when Victoria, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. George OLLIVIER, of Lady Lake, Sask., was united in marriage to Mr. Raymond BEAUCHAMP, third son of Mr. & Mrs. Oswald BEAUCHAMP, 62 Callinan St., Flin Flon. Father O’REILY (sic) officiated. During the ceremony, Miss Norma DIONE vocalist, sang “Ave Maria,” and Mr. Albert THERIEN also sang. Miss Kay RYAN was pianist.
The bride was attired in a full-length pale blue net gown and veil and carried a bouquet of roses. Miss Therisa OLLIVIER, sister of of the bride, as bridesmaid, was attired in a full-length pale pink net gown and veil and carried a bouquet of roses.
Mr. John BEAUCHAMP, brother of the groom was best man. Following the ceremony the party attended a wedding breakfast at the Golden Gate cafe. Guests were: Father O’RIELLY, the bride and groom, bridesmaid and best man, Mrs. Tont PELLITIER, Mrs. W. LIPTON, Mr. F. CHEVRIER, George OLLIVIER Jr, Misses Virginia CRUSOE, Dolores BEAUCHAMP, Norma DIONE, Marie Philomene, Reine and Pauline FLOCH, Peggy FREEDMAN and Mrs. O. BEAUCHAMP, Mr. & Mrs. G. OLLIVIER, Mr. & Mrs. J. FLOCH, Mr. Henry BEAUCHAMP.
A reception and wedding supper was also held at the home of the groom’s mother, Mrs. O. BEAUCHAMP, 62 Callinan St.
The happy couple will reside in Flin Flon at 107 Green St.