The home of Mrs. Dora
Mills of Charlotteville was the scene of a pretty but quiet wedding on
31 Mar 1920, when. her youngest daughter, Lewella Grace, became the
bride of Mr. Bruce Forrest, son of Mrs. Lavena Forrest of Simcoe.
Rev. D. A. Moir of Simcoe
performed the ceremony in the presence of immediate relatives.
The bride, who was given away by
her elder brother, Fred, of St. Thomas, looked charming in a gown of
while voile and satin, with a bridal veil. She carried a beautiful
bouquet of roses and sweet peas.
After the signing of the
register, a sumptuous dinner was served.
The happy couple left on the
evening train for a short honeymoon, the bride travelling in a suit of
navy blue serge, with hat to match.
On their return they will reside
on the Forrest homestead near Vittoria.