marriage of Anna Kathleen Brock, daughter of
the late John F. and Mrs.
Brock of St. Williams, to Frederick Wilson Montrose Ross of Simcoe,
was solemnized in the Church of England at St. Williams
by the rector,
Rev. J. A. Bloodsworth on Saturday,
18 Jan at 11.30 o'clock.
The church was
very pretty in its winter decoration of evergreens and boquets of
carnation and narcissus.
bride, on the arm of her uncle, Dr. Andrew McInnes, entered the church
to the strains of Lohengrin's wedding march, played by Miss Jeanette [sic]
Brock, sister of the bride.
traveling suit of Amethyst broad cloth, with boquet of orchids and
ferns, showed the bride's beautiful personality in a most unconscious
toupe velvet hat with its tiny rose buds nestling closely, matched the
furs of moleskin.
high-noon luncheon was served at the home of the bride, which revealed
the daintiness of the management in the culinary art.
McCall and Dr. Andrew McInnes proposed toasts to the bride, the King,
and country in these
presents were numerous, being both useful and practical.
honeymoon will be spent seeing the natural beauties of the North
and Mrs. Ross will reside in Simcoe, Ont.