quiet but pretty wedding took place at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Lawrence, near Simcoe, when Alice Rachael Broadley of Simcoe,
youngest sister of Mrs. Lawrence, was united in marriage at
Charles R. Kalar of Waterford. The Rev. Dr. Dey officiated.
The bride looked charming, gowned
in white silk with the usual veil and orange blossoms, carrying a
bouquet of white roses, as she entered the drawing room and was
given away by her brother, Geo. Broadley.
The bridesmaid, Miss Gertrude
Taylor of Simcoe, cousin of the bride, was becomingly dressed in
pale blue silk mull and carried pink carnations.
Little Ethelyn Vocburgh of Simcoe
acted as flower-girl. The groom was attended by his
brother-in-law, Fred Wilkes of Brantford.
After the ceremony, a dainty
luncheon was served. Later the happy couple left on the three
o'clock car for Detroit, the bride wearing a navy suit with old
rose hat, and a beautiful set of opossum furs, the gift of the
groom. They were recipients of many beautiful presents.