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Lethbridge Herald
Friday, February 12, 1937 page 2
R. J. HUTCHINGS CALGARY, Western business man, Robert J. Hutchings, vice-president of the Great West Saddlery Company, died at his home here today. He was 71. Controlling the industry for years, Mr. Hutchings was a former president of the Canadian Manufacturers' Association and of the Associated Boards of Trade of Western Canada, and a director of many Canadian companies. Born in Newboro, Leeds county, Ontario, he came to Calgary in 1889. He was a member of Calgary's first city council, serving as alderman from 1892 to 1894. He was a member of the public school board and of the first senate of the University of Alberta. Mr. Hutchings retired from active business in 1929. He is survived by his wife, two daughters and five sons. Survivors include Mrs. R. R. Baird, Lethbridge; John G. Hutchings, Lethbridge, and Harry R. Hutchings, Medicine Hat. The late R. J. Hutchings was well known in Lethbridge. especially to the old timers. The Great West Saddlery operated branch in Lethbridge for some years. It later became the E. M. Carson Saddlery Company. Mr. Carson being the manager of the old Lethbridge store. Mr. Hutchings was interested with C. S. Noble in the Cameron ranch land and frequently visited Lethbridge. During his visits he always if possible attended Board of Trade. He was a man of keen business sight, a public-spirited citizen and a fine gentleman.

The Ottawa Journal, Ottawa, Canada
Monday, August 22, 1955 Page 14
Miss Verna Joyce Gould Marries Mr. Charles Thomas Watts
Miss Verna Joyce Gould, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George L. Gould of Lombardy, Ont., became the bride of Mr. Charles Thomas Watts, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Watts of Ottawa, at three o clock on Saturday in Lombardy United Church, Rev. R. W. McLauchlin performed the ceremony against a background of pink and white gladioli and ferns. Miss Eunice Pegg as soloist sang "The Wedding Prayer" and "O Perfect Love". The wedding music was played by Miss Marilyn White. Given in marriage by her father, the bride was attended by her sister, Miss Audrey Gould, and by Miss June Watts, sister of the bridegroom. Mr. Jack Sculthorpe was best man, and the ushers were Mr. Gordon Watts, brother, of the bridegroom, and Mr. Raymond White, cousin of the bride. The bride chose a ballerina length wedding gown of imported crystalette designed with a portrait neckline edged with imported lace sprinkled with iridescent sequins, lily point sleeves, a drop waistline and a full gathered skirt. Her shoulder length French illusion veil was held by a cap adorned with Iridescent sequins and pearls, and she carried a cascade bouquet of Lester Hibbard roses and stephanotis. Her jewelry was a single strand of pearls, a gift of the bridegroom. After a reception at the Rideau Ferry Park, Mr. and Mrs. Watts left on a wedding trip to Algonquin Park. They will reside in Ottawa. For travelling, the bride wore a navy blue linen sheath dress, a matching duster 'trimmed with narrow red braid piping, navy blue accessories and a white gardenia en corsage. Out-of-town guests were present from Ottawa, Toronto, Brockville, Delta, Portland, Penetang, Sudbury, Smiths Falls and Perth. wedding dresses for older brides

The Ottawa Journal, Ottawa, Canada
Tuesday, April 12, 1949 Page 3
ALMONTE, April 11.- An accident in which the driver of a half-ton truck was killed and his adopted son, riding in the cab, escaped without, injury occurred when the truck struck a hydrant, breaking it off, careened across the road clipping a light post and smashed into a stone wall, on Highway 44, in Almonte, at 8:45 a.m. Monday. Asa V. Gawley, driver of the truck, was dead when Coroner Dr. Metcalfe, who heard the crash, arrived at the scene. Bobby Kean, the adopted son of Mr. and Mrs. Gawley, escaped with slight scratches. Mr. Gawley, a farmer residing at RR 3 Almonte, was bringing a truck load of milk to the dairy here, and was travelling downhill when the accident happened. The crash wrecked the truck and sprayed the surrounding area with milk. A preliminary inquest was held this afternoon, but was adjourned until next week. Besides his wife and adopted son, Mr. Gawley is survived by a brother, Ellwood, also of Almonte.

The Ottawa Journal, Ottawa, Canada
Saturday, April 16, 1949 Page 32
Final Honors Paid Almonte Accident Victim ALMONTE, April 15. (Special) The funeral was held on Wednesday afternoon of Asa Van Camp Gawley, 41 -year-old farmer who was killed in an accident here on Monday morning. The services at the home and cemetery were conducted by Rev. R. S. V. Crossley and were largely attended. Interment was in the cemetery at New Boyne in Leeds county.

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