Friday evening, 14 May 1920, the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Gingell,
Church Street, [Delhi] was the scene of a quiet wedding when their
daughter, Irva Helen, was united in marriage by the Rev. E. G. Dale, to
Mervin C. Bridge, formerly on the Bank of Hamilton staff here.
The bride was dressed in a suit
of taupe jersey cloth and wore a corsage bouquet of sweet peas and
Miss Julia Wilson acted as
bridesmaid, while the bride's brother, Tom, supported the groom. The
groom's gift to the bridesmaid was a gold broach set with pearls and to
the groomsman a pearl tiepin.
partaking of the wedding dinner the happy couple motored to Simcoe to
take the evening train for Palmerston. Later they will make their home
in Lucknow, where Mr. Bridge has been appointed accountant in the Bank
of Hamilton's branch at that point.