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A pretty event took place at the residence
of the bride's father, Mr. Chris. Switzer,
Sunderland, on Wednesday, Feb. 8th. The
happy young couple who linked their lives
together were Miss Venie Switzer and Mr.
Samuel Collins, only son of Mr. Lewis Collins
of Scott township. At half past 2 o'clock the
bride, leaning on the arm of her father, entered
the drawing-room, attired in a beautiful gown
of pale blue cashmere with silk, lace and
guimpe trimmings. She wore the orange
blossoms and was accompanied by her brides-
maid, Miss Ella Lowes of Omemee, who was
dressed in a similar gown. The beautiful
wedding march was skillfully played by Miss
Ada Baker, cousin of the bride. The groom
was supported by Mr. Fred Dure. Rev. S.
W. Dean of Sunderland performed the cere-
money. Afterward a wedding supper was
served in the dining hall. At 5 o'clcok, amid
showers of rice, and bearing the good wishes
and congratulations of all, Mr. and Mrs.
Collins left for an extended tour to eastern
cities, and on their return will reside in Scott.
Sunderland has lost in Miss Switzer one of its
finest young ladies, highly esteemed for her
winning ways and charming manners.
- Media Type
- Genealogical Resource
- Item Type
- Wedding Announcements
- Date of Publication
- 23 Feb 1899
- Date Of Event
- 08 Feb 1899
- Last Name(s)
- Language of Item
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