The home of Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Kelly at Glen Meyer was the scene of a quiet by pretty wedding when
their eldest daughter, Carrie Ella, was united in marriage to Mr.
Wilfrid H. Nethercott of Clear Creek, on Wednesday, 28 Jan 1920.
Promptly at 1 o'clock, to the
strains of Mendelssohn's wedding march, played by Miss Alice Gale, the
bride entered the parlor leaning upon the arm of her father, and stood
beneath a beautiful arch of evergreens and roses, with pink and white
The bride, was given away by her
J. E. Kelly, was very becomingly attired in a dress of champagne silk
and carried a bouquet of tea roses.
Two little flower girls, Misses
Arlie and Ena Kelly, accompanied the bride to the archway, and looked
very charming in white viole dresses. Miss Ena Kelly also acted in the
capacity of ring-bearer, otherwise the bride was unattended.
Rev. Mr. Rimington of Courtland
performed the ceremony. During the signing of the register, Miss Alice
Gale rendered the selection "O Perfect Day" on the piano, in a
very capable manner.
After the signing of the
register, the happy couple and guests who were immediate relatives of
the contracting parties and friends adjourned to the dining room, where
a very sumptuous wedding feast was partaken of.
Immediately afterwards the bride
and groom left for a honeymoon to points east. The bride looked very
charming, being attired in a suit of navy blue serge with set of
Manchurian furs, with hat to match suit. On their return the happy
couple will make their home on the groom's farm at Clear Creek.
Numerous and valuable gifts,
including a number of cheques, were received, which testified to the
popular esteem in which the bride and groom are held.
The bride will be greatly missed
from the social life of Glen Meyer, also in the church and Sunday
School, of which she was a faithful member. However, Glen Meyer's loss
will be Clear Creek's gain. Best wishes for a happy and prosperous
wedded life are extended by friends of the happy couple.