A charming lawn wedding took place on Saturday afternoon, June 17, at Merlose [Melrose]Gardens, the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Page, Kerman Avenue, Grimsby, when Maynie Evelyn Jarvis, youngest daughter of L.G. Jarvis, became the bride of Professor Harold De Wolfe Hatfield, of George Washington university, Washington, D.C. At 3:30 the bridal party, led by Master Stirling Page, the ring bearer,crossed the lawn to the arch of crimson ramblers and evergreens, under which the ceremony was performed by Rev. Dr. Ross, of the Methodist Church.
The bride was given away by her father and very sweet and pretty she looked in her gown of white taffeta with touches of pink and veil of rose point lace. She carried a shower bouquet of pink roses and lilies of the valley.
The bridesmaids, Miss Verna Jarvis and Miss Mildred Page, nieces of the bride, wore quaint shepherdess costumes of pale blue and pink crepe de chine and carried shepherdesses crooks tied with pink sweet peas.The groomsman was LeRoy Jarvis, brother of the bride.
After the ceremony the bridal party returned to the house, where Mr. Jarvis and Mr. and Mrs. Page received the guests, Mrs. Page wearing sapphire blue taffeta with silver trimmings and carrying American Beauty roses.
Among those present from outside the district were: Dr. and Mrs. Chester Jarvis, Washington, D.C.; Morley Jarvis, Toronto; Garfield Jarvis, Montreal; Mrs. Oliver Jarvis and Miss Olga Nye, of Buffalo; Misses Edith Allen and Gladys Jones of London; Mrs. Fred Rutherford, of Battle Creek, Mich.; Mrs. S.L. Clarke, Hartford, Conn.
The bride's going away costume was a modish tailored suit of Galt blue with French hat to match.
Professor and Mrs. Hatfield left by motor for Buffalo and after an extended honeymoon spent in Bridgeport, N.Y., will return to Washington where they will be at home in September.