A September Wedding
On Tuesday afternoon, 2 Sep 1919
the home of Mrs. Margaret G. Woodward, 32 Talbot Street, Simcoe, was
artistically decorated with gladioli, asters and vines, the occasion being
the marriage of her daughter,
M. Evelyn E. Olds.
Precisely at the hour appointed, to
the strains of Mendelssohn's wedding march, played by Hilton Forsyth, the
bride, leaning on the arm of her mother, entered the drawing room and was
married by Rev. D. A. Moir to Lawrence Handing Holman of Toronto, son of
W. T. Holman of Simcoe, in the presence of about 40 invited guests.
The bride was becomingly gowned in
white satin and georgette with bridal veil, and carried a shower bouquet
of white and pink bridal roses.
The bridesmaid was Miss Bertha
Olds, sister of the bride, who wore a gown of maize satin, embroidered in
blue and carried a bouquet of sunburst roses.
Mr. J. F. Marshall of Toronto acted
as best man.
After the ceremony and
congratulations, a luncheon was served in the spacious dining room. The
bride's travelling costume was a blue taffeta dress with a taupe gray
dolman and hat to match.
After a honeymoon spent at eastern
points, Mr. and Mrs. Holman will reside in Toronto.