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DUCKWORTH m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_daily_star 1943-02-20 published
Mary BELFRY Bride of W.T. DUCKWORTH
Bridegroom Serving With Air Force
Honeymoon in Quebec
Chrysanthemums and ferns decorated St. Timothy's Anglican church for the wedding this afternoon of Mary Margaret BELFRY, Ranleigh Ave., daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Frederick Albert BELFRY, to William Thomas DUCKWORTH, Royal Canadian Air Force, son of Mrs. DUCKWORTH, Havelock St., and the late Thomas Arthur DUCKWORTH. Reverend Henry H. MARSH officiated. Miss Kathleen STOKES played wedding music. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a two-piece dress of periwinkle blue silk crepe with matching, veiled hat and navy accessories. She carried a nosegay of pink roses, sweet peas and forget-me-nots. Miss Helen Ruth BELFRY was her sister's bridesmaid wearing a dusky rose two-piece dress of silk crepe, with a rose hat of the dress material. and nosegay of vari-color sweet peas. Harry Arthur DUCKWORTH was groomsman and ushers were Stanley COUSINS, Royal Canadian Air Force, and William R. BARNES. The reception was, at Coles tearoom, where the bride's mother received in a black silk crepe ensemble with small veiled hat in fuchsia shade and red rose corsage. The groom's mother assisted, wearing air force blue crepe with matching hat and a similar corsage. The wedding trip is to Montreal and Quebec, the bride to travel in a printed silk costume with brown accessories.
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DUCKWORTH m@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_daily_star 1943-02-20 published
Mary BELFRY Bride of W.T. DUCKWORTH
Bridegroom Serving With Air Force
Honeymoon in Quebec
Chrysanthemums and ferns decorated St. Timothy's Anglican church for the wedding this afternoon of Mary Margaret BELFRY, Ranleigh Ave., daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Frederick Albert BELFRY, to William Thomas DUCKWORTH, Royal Canadian Air Force, son of Mrs. DUCKWORTH, Havelock St., and the late Thomas Arthur DUCKWORTH. Reverend Henry H. MARSH officiated. Miss Kathleen STOKES played wedding music. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a two-piece dress of periwinkle blue silk crepe with matching, veiled hat and navy accessories. She carried a nosegay of pink roses, sweet peas and forget-me-nots. Miss Helen Ruth BELFRY was her sister's bridesmaid wearing a dusky rose two-piece dress of silk crepe, with a rose hat of the dress material. and nosegay of vari-color sweet peas. Harry Arthur DUCKWORTH was groomsman and ushers were Stanley COUSINS, Royal Canadian Air Force, and William R. BARNES. The reception was, at Coles tearoom, where the bride's mother received in a black silk crepe ensemble with small veiled hat in fuchsia shade and red rose corsage. The groom's mother assisted, wearing air force blue crepe with matching hat and a similar corsage. The wedding trip is to Montreal and Quebec, the bride to travel in a printed silk costume with brown accessories.
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