Daily Messenger, Canandaigua, NY Gardner A Callanen, Jr 26Nov1937
Club Happy the is on Laidlaw - Smith VICTOR -- Announcement is made cf the marriage of Miss Dodds Laidlaw, daughter of Mr. Mrs. Earl Laidlaw of Gouverneur, and Dr. Carl Benton Smith, of Victor, son of Mrs. Carl B. Smith o Gouverneur. The ceremony was performed Nov. 13 in the First Presbyterian Church .in Gouverneur Dean William H. Powers of Hendricks Hendricks Chapel, Syracuse University and the Rev. Joseph A. Schofield. pastor cf the church. The bride was lovely in a gown ivory velvet with velvet cording and small velvet buttons. Her tulle veil fell in circular folds from a velvst and tulle cap trimmed with orange blossoms and her skirt formed a train. She carried an arm bouquet of and i | j -roses, lillies of the valley and or- chids. Mrs. John N. Maclnnis of Middletcwn, Delaware, matron cf honor, wore faille taffeta gown of dryad green, matching sandles and a headband of flowers in similar tones. She carried yellow and white chrysanthemums. Miss .Faith Smith. | sister of the bridegroom was maid i of honor. She wore copper leaf, j faille taffeta and her sandals and headband of flowers were in matching colors. She carried j brcnze chrysanthemums *k. \ Collin P. Williams of Ithaca, was best man. Ushers were Dr. Phillip | M.'Blandish of Canandaigua; Gardner A. Callanen, Jr.. of Utica: Ed- mund L. French of Lakewood. O.. John E. Laidlaw of Hudson; John W. Laidlaw. of Gouverneur and j Ralph R. Laidlaw of Syracuse. , Dr. and Mrs. Smith have returned from their wedding trip and are; now residing in an apartment at j Dr. W. B. Clapper's residence.