A very pleasant event took
22 Jan 1919 at the home of Mr. John Martin of St. Williams, when
his eldest daughter, Sarah Francis, was united in marriage
M. Geo. R. McMillan of Caledonia, eldest son of Mrs. James
McMillan of Kent Street in Simcoe.
At the hour of eleven
o'clock the bride who was given away by her father, entered the
prettily decorated parlor to the strains of the wedding march
played by Miss Ina Lane. Under an evergreen arch, Rev. Mr.
Broadsworth of Port Rowan tied the nuptial knot.
Immediately following the
ceremony the wedding dinner was served upon beautifully decorator
tables and was enjoyed by some 40 guests.
Miss Agnes Martin, sister
of the bride, acted as bridesmaid, Mrs. Harry Cable of Simcoe
being matron of honor, while Mr. Harry Cable supported th groom.
The groom's git to the
bridesmaid, a cameo right, to the maid of honor, a pearl broach,
to the pianist, a pretty pendant, and to the best main, a pearl
The happy young couple were
the recipient of a host of presents, showing the esteem in which
they are held.
The honeymoon is being
spent in Toronto and points east.