Etc. -- Elsie Kitchen weds John Schram
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A lightly edited partial page 7 article in the 17 Apr 1919 issue of the Simcoe Reformer newspaper.

April Weddings

Schram-Kitchen

A pretty wedding was that of Miss Elsie Emily Kitchen, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Kitchen of Simcoe, when promptly at 6 o'clock Rev. A. B. Farney performed the ceremony uniting her to Mr. John Neilson Schram of South Walsingham.

The house was prettily decorated and a large number of friends and relatives assembled in honor of the event.

The bride looked pretty and girlish in her bridal attire of white satin, and she wore the traditional wedding veil and carried a bouquet of roses.

Mr. Sidney Beaumont supported the groom and the bridesmaid was the bride's sister, Miss Kitchen.

After the wedding repast, Mr. and Mrs. Schram left for a short honeymoon trip and will take up their residence on a farm in South Walsingham.
  

 
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