very pleasing event occurred on 1 Oct 1919 at the Anglican Church in
Nanticoke, when Nellie Frances, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Smith
of Sunnyside Farm, became the bride of W. Harold Smith of Port
Rev. Mr. Douglas of
Hagersville was the officiating clergyman.
The bride was handsomely
gowned in white silk crepe de chine and veil trimmed with seed
pearls and orange blossoms. (The orange blossoms were the same that
were worn by her aunt, Mrs. John Chadwick 30 years ago. Owing to
careful preservation they still maintained their beauty.) The shower
bouquet was of white roses.
The bride was attended by
her sister, Miss Katie, who wore pink silk crepe de chine and
carried pink roses. Mr. Smith was attended by his brother George of
After the marriage about 50
guests partook of a dainty lunch at Sunnyside Farm. The presents
were numerous and handsome, including a substantial cheque from the
The groom's present to the
bridesmaid was a gold bar pin set with pearls, and to the groomsman,
a gold stick pin set with pearls.
The bride's going-away gown
was of navy blue with toque to match. They motored to Jarvis and
took the train to Buffalo, going from there to Toronto and points