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Moore family fonds

Miss Edmee Moore Becomes Bride of Mr. C. E. Reid


Edmee Brewster, only daughter of Colonel and Mrs. Philip A. Moore, old-time residents of Banff, became the bride of Mr. Charles C Reid, a graduate of the University of Alberta, and a well-known Banff golfer, in a four o'clock ceremony in St. George?s Anglican church on Thursday afternoon. Canon Tully Montgomery officiated. The occasion also marked the 35th anniversary of Colonel and Mrs. Moore?s wedding, and following the ceremony, a reception was held for old timers and friends. The bride was given in marriage by her father. She worse her mother's wedding gown of white crepe de chine, and her grandmother's rosepoint veil, and carried an old-fashioned nosegay. Mrs. George Clarkson, the matron of of honor, wore a teal blue dress, with a corsage of roses and lilies-of-the-valley. Dr. A. S. Gelfand of Canmore was the best man. At the reception at the home of the bride's parents, Mrs. Moore more [sic] a plum colored grown [sic], and Mrs. Reid a black ensemble. Mr. and Mrs. Reid left for Victoria, where they will spend their honeymoon.

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