A very pretty wedding, which was an event of much social interest, took place at Wymilwood, Toronto, at 3:30 o'clock on Saturday, September 17, when Miss Elena Marion Chisholm, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Chisholm, became the bride of Mr. Harvey Eaton Hazlewood, of Port Colborne, only son of Mr. and Mrs. R.M. Hazlewood, of Grimsby. The spacious drawing rooms, where the ceremony took place, were tastefully decorated for the occasion with palms and ferns and autumn flowers, forming a beautiful and appropriate setting. The Bridal Chorus from Lohengrin was played by Mrs. Huff of Toronto, and, accompanied by her father, the bride passed up the aisle to the altar in the alcove and took her place beside the groom. The winsome bride looked the personification of loveliness, attired in a beautiful gown of French georgette embroidered in pearls and rhinestones, with silver shoes and wearing a tulle veil embroidered in silver. She carried a shower bouquet of Ophelia roses and baby's breath, and wore a bracelet of brilliants, the gift of the groom.
Little Miss Anna Mills, of London, the flower girl, wore a frock of rose georgette and carried a basket of roses and baby's breath.
Miss Eleanor Hazlewood, sister of the groom, attired in beige lace with hat and shoes of the same colour, was bridesmaid, while the groom was attended by Mr. Norman Chisholm, brother of the bride.
Mr. C. Lewis and Rev. Dr. Wm. Hazlewood acted as ushers. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Dr. Wm. H. Hinks, pastor of High Park United Church, assisted by Rev. A.A.Smith, also of Toronto. Mrs. D.O. Arnold, a cousin of the bride, rendered a violin selection, "At Dawning", and Mr. O.L. Clapperton sang, "All Mine Alone".
After the signing of the register, the guests, who numbered about 60, were received in the green room by the bride and groom and their parents. The mother of the groom wore gray flat crepe with old rose trimming and black hat trimmed with black velvet, while the bride's mother was attired in beige crepe romaine with hat and shoes to match. The bride and groom left for a honeymoon in Muskoka. The bride's travelling costume was a smart gown of reseda green, with hat to match, and long grey coat.
On their return they will reside at Port Colborne, Ontario. Out-of-town guests were present from Port Colborne, Grimsby, Kitchener, London and Meadowvale.