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Jock Waugh and Winnie Russell were married on June 29, 1938, in Powell River, British Columbia Canada.
The Powell River Years (1933-1943)
Christmas in Nanaimo, December, 1937
J. Waugh M.A., Is Appointed Supervisor of District Schools
With the appointment of C.J. Frederickson as School Inspector for the Prince George district came the announcement from the Official Trustee's office here that Mr. John Waugh, M.A. would succeed to the post thus vacated, that of Supervisor of School for the Powell River District. Mr. Waugh took up his new duties Tuesday.
Joining the staff of the Brooks School in 1933, Mr. Waugh taught all grades in that school, and with a background of extensive studies and post-graduate work comes well-equipped to handle his new duties. He took is B.A. and M.A. degrees at the U.B.C. and followed further studies at the University of Toronto and the University of California: at the latter college he specialized in school administration. Added to this, a wide circle of friends on the staff and among the students of his schools assures Mr. Waugh's success in the new position.
Mr. Frederickson was appointed here 18 months ago; he left Wednesday to take up his new duties.
"The Wedding of
The Honeymoon to California
At the Sea Lion Caves on the Oregon Coast
At the Mottishaw's in Los Angeles
Christina Orr, Winnie Russell, Joy Russell, Agnes (Ethel) Russell, Agnes & Charlie Mottishaw
Back in Powell River
Jack Drury and Jean Hunter (Winnie's aunt) and their son Roy were living at 840 Ocean View Ave.
Private funeral services were hold today for Mrs. Christina Waugh, aged 71, who passed away suddenly at her residence on Selby Street Sunday Morning. Born in Ayrshire, Scotland, Mrs. Waugh had been a resident of Nanaimo for the past 40 years. She came to British Columbia from Montana. Surviving her are her husband, two sons, John and William of Powell River; six daughters, Mrs. W. Newbury of Nanaimo; Miss Elexies, at home; Mrs. Charles Mottishaw, of Los Angeles; Mrs. George Cassidy, ofCedar District; Miss Violet Waugh, of Victoria; and Miss Christina Waugh, at home; one brother Thomas, of Billings, Montana. Three grandchildren also survive her.
Private funeral services were held from the residence at 1 o'clock this afternoon. Pall-bearers were Harry Martin, John McKenzie, Wyman Walkem, George Addison, Frank Cunliffe, Ernest Booth. Re. E. G. McDonald officiated. Internment was in the family plot in the Nanaimo cemetery. Westwood Hirst Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.