Etc. -- Lottie Barron wed Arthur Mitchener
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A lightly edited transcription of a page 5 article published in the 15 Jan 1920 Simcoe Reformer. 


A very interesting event took place at the home of Mrs. Barron, Fairground, on Wednesday, 7 Jan 1920, when her youngest daughter, Lottie M., was united in marriage to Mr. Arthur B. Mitchener of Unity, Sask.

Promptly at 1 o'clock to the strains of Lohengrin's wedding march, played by 
Mrs. C. Mitchener, the bridal party took their places beneath an arch of evergreens, the ceremony being performed by 
Rev. Mr. Remington of Courtland, assisted by Rev. Mr. Falkingham.

The bride was prettily gowned in white satin and georgette, with bridal veil and orange blossoms. She carried a bouquet of white roses.

Miss Ethel Walker of Tillsonburg who acted as bridesmaid, was becomingly attired in white taffeta and georgette and carried pink roses. Mr. Harry Mitchener, cousin of the groom, ably performed the duties of best man.

After the usual congratulations the guests proceeded to the dining room where a dainty repast was partaken of [sic].

The bride was the recipient of many beautiful presents, the groom's gift to the bride being a pearl sunburst, to the bridesmaid a pearl  broach and to the  groomsman a tie-pin.

Mr. and Mrs. Mitchener left on the evening train for a short trip before leaving for their home in the west.

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