The home of Mr. W.H. Marshall, Stoney Creek, was the scene of a very pretty wedding on Tuesday, Nov. 17, when Hazel Marguerite, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Marshall, became the bride of Frederick Richard Dawe, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Dawe, of Winona. The bride, who wore a Paris gown of white georgette beaded in crystal, veil of tulle beautifully embroidered in silk and caught with a wreath of orange blossoms, and carrying a bouquet of Ophelia roses and lily of the valley, entered the drawing room with her father. Lohengrin's Bridal March was played by John E. Peace. Miss Velma Martineau, who attended the bride, was gowned in yellow georgette with corsage trimming of velvet flowers in harmonizing colors, and carrying a bouquet of yellow chrysanthemums. Ralph R. Harris, of Winnipeg, acted as best man. The ushers were Harold Dawe, brother of the groom, and Robert A. Jordan, of Winnipeg. Rev. J.E. Hughson, D.D., of Hamilton, officiated. During the signing of the register, Mrs. R. Buckley sang Because.
After the ceremony a reception was held when Mrs. W.H. Marshall, in black satin-faced canton with panels of pleated black georgette and black velvet hat, was assisted in receiving by Mrs. W.C. Dawe, who wore an imported gown of navy blue satin brocade trimmed with ruffles of cream chiffon and hat of black velvet, ornamented in russet and gold, and carried a bouquet of Sunset roses.
Later Mr. and Mrs. F.R.Dawe left for Washington, where they will spend their honeymoon. The bride's travelling costume consisted of a Persian lamb coat with crushable collar of sable, opening over a Paris frock of pansy satin-faced canton trimmed with chenille. Upon their return the happy couple will reside in Winona.