Etc. -- Marcia E. Lundy wed Dr. Robt. C. Cliff
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A lightly edited transcript of an article on page 1 of the 4 Jan 1900 issue of Waterford Star:


A very pretty wedding took place on Wednesday of last week at the residence 
of Mr. E. H. Lundy, when his daughter, 
Marcia Ethel was united in marriage to 
Dr. Robt. C. Cliff of Park River, N.D.

The ceremony was performed by the bride's brother-in-law, Rev. A. E. Henderson of Woodbridge, assisted by Rev. Chas. Deacon, Ph.B., in the presence of about 40 relatives and friends.

The house was beautifully decorated with holly and potted plants and bridal party stood beneath an effective canopy formed of the British and United States flags.

Miss Lundy's bridal gown was of white skill with pearl and chiffon trimming and she carried white roses.

Miss Margaret Bauslaugh was bridesmaid in white organdie with bodice of white satin covered with embroidered chiffon and carried pink carnations.

Miss Marcia Lundy, niece of the bride, was maid of honor and carried a basket of pink carnations. Mr. Wm. Nicholson of Hamilton was groomsman.

After the ceremony a wedding supper was served followed by congratulatory toasts. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff received a telegram of congratulations from Mr. and Mrs. 
F. S. Green of Vancouver, during supper.

At six o'clock the happy pair left for a trip to Toronto followed by the best wishes of their many friends. The presents were numerous and exceptionally beautiful.

The bride will be much missed among her numerous friends and especially in the Methodist church, where she has ever faithful in her duties as soloist in the choir, Sunday school teacher and officer of the League.

On Monday afternoon Mrs. Cliff was 
"At Home" to her friends before leaving today for her new home in the west.


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