Of interest to a wide circle of friends in Coral Gables and Miami is the announcement that Miss Elsie M. Fuller of Coral Gables will become the bride of E. St. Clair Smith, also of Coral Gables, tomorrow. The ceremony will be performed at noon at the Orlando home of the bride’s grandparents, Rev. and Mrs. M.D. Fuller, with Rev. Fuller officiating.
Miss Fuller, who is a graduate of DeMars school in Minneapolis, is the daughter of L.W. Fuller, former manager of the bank of Coral Gables, and Mrs. Fuller, both of whom now reside in Daytona Beach. Mr. Smith, an alumnus of the University of Idaho and member of Sigma Nu fraternity, has spent three years in Coral Gables, where as a construction engineer he is associated with the J.W. Ricketts organization in the construction work of the Coral Gables Rapid Transit company.
The bride will be attired in a gown of navy blue georgette with a hat of Biscayne blue and will carry a corsage of pink roses. In addition to the parents and grandparents of Miss Fuller, the wedding guests will include Miss Stella Thompson and Robert Thompson of Clairmont, Fla., cousins of the groom.
After a short wedding trip the bridal couple will return to Coral Gables, where they will make their home.
Source: Miami Herald, December 24, 1926.