On Thursday, June 19th, Rev. A. Lee, of Canboro, united in marriage Constance Jeanne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard V. Boyce, of Fruitland, and Richard Randall Millen, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. Crawford Millen, of Vinemount. The setting for the double ring ceremony was the garden of the bride's parents' home.
The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a white satin gown with a lace yoke. Her veil was held in place by a band of orange blossoms. She carried a bouquet of pale pink and white roses.
The attendants, Miss Ruth Manning, maid of honour, and Miss Marilyn Boyce, sister of the bride, wore gowns of pale pink and pale orchid. They carried matching nosegays. Mrs. J. Barrett, Hamilton, played the wedding music, and with Miss Jean Smith sang a duet. During the signing of the register Miss Marilyn Boyce sang.
The best man was Lloyd Corman, Stoney Creek.
After the ceremony a reception was held at The Pines. Mrs. Boyce, the bride's mother, received in powder blue nylon lace with white accessories and corsage of pink sweet peas. Mrs. Millen,mother of the groom, assisted gowned in dusty pink crepe with white accessories and corsage of pink roes.
Among the many guests were the four grandmothers of the young couple, Mrs. W.D. Fletcher of Fruitland, Mrs. M.C. Boyce, of Hudson's Falls, New York, Mrs. D. Randall of Vinemount and Mrs. M. Millen of Stoney Creek.
The bride and groom left on a honeymoon in New York and Northern Ontario.