The following unidentified newspaper article (ca. 1903/4) was found in a scrapbook owned by Betty Burton of Lowell:
SMITH - FOSTER
The marriage of Elmer Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Smith, of Sherburnville, and Mabel Foster, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Volney Foster, occurred at the home of the bride's parents at noon Wednesday. It was a quiet affair, only the immediate relatives and friends being present. The contracting parties took their places under an arch formed of flowers, and the ceremony was performed by Rev. D.D. Hoagland. The bride was becomingly attired in a suit of steel-gray serge, with drop yoke of chiffon, and carried a bunch of roses in her hand. At the conclusion of the ceremony a sumptuous dinner was served, Gertrude Foster, sister of the bride, and Bernice Nelson, being charge de affairs, and the feast was greatly enjoyed. The newly married couple are highly esteemed young people and have a legion of friends who join in wishing them much happiness in the future. They will reside at Sherburnville.