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Wedding Notice March 2, 1921 MILLAR-DEVEREAUX [source?]


"A very pretty wedding took place at Pleasant Lodge Farm, 7th line, Esquesing, on March 2, 1921, when Laura Luella, daughter of Mrs. And the late Walter G. Devereaux was united in wedlock to Mr. John Bernard Millar of Esquesing. Rev. Wray L. Davidson officiated. About thirty-five guests, near relatives and friends were present. The bride looked very sweet in a cream gown of crepe-de-chine and carried a shower bouquet of pink and white carnations, sweet peas and Asparagus fern tied with white tulle and baby ribbon. Miss Millar, sister of the groom, played the wedding march as the bride entered on the arm of her brother, Mr. John D. Devereaux. The rooms were prettily decorated in a color scheme of pink and white. After the ceremony the company sat down to a bountiful and delicious supper.
Mr. And Mrs. Millar left on the evening train for Toronto, Niagara, Buffalo and other points. The bride's going away suit was brown tricotine with hat to match. The young couple will reside on the Near farm at Ballinafad which Mr. Millar recently purchased. Among the guests from a distance were Mrs. Willie Brown, Toronto and Miss Annie Rose, Huntingdon, QC.
About forty members of the Hi-Shy_N1 S.S. Class of which Mr. And Mrs. Millar are members, met at the home of the bride last Fri. evening and presented her with a handsome cut glass fruit dish, after a social hour was spent."


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