On Wednesday evening, 21
May 1919, the home of Mrs. Margaret G. Woodward, Talbot Street,
Simcoe, was artistically decorated with Darwin tulips and apple
blossoms, the occasion being the marriage of her eldest daughter,
at 7 o'clock.
Precisely at the hour
appointed, to the strains of a wedding march played by Miss Lulu
Leach, the bride, Miss Inez Mildred, leaning on the arm of her
mother, who gave her away, entered the drawing room and was
married by Rev. D. A. Moir, to Mr. Earl Mills of Chicago, in the
presence of a few relatives and about 35 invited guests.
The bride was becomingly
gowned in white with veil, and carried a shower bouquet of white
and cream roses. The bridesmaid was Miss Evelyn Olds, sister of
the bride, who wore a gown of Rose silk. Mr. Gordon Bell of Toronto,
cousin of the groom, was the best man.
After the ceremony and
congratulations, a wedding feast was served in the spacious dining
room. The bride's travelling
costume was a suit of navy blue. After honeymooning in
Detroit, Mr. and Mrs. Mills will reside in Chicago.