Etc. -- Marguerite Hunter wed George E. Jackson
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A lightly edited partial transcription of the Wyecombe column on page 8 of the 18 Mar 1920 issue of the Simcoe Reformer newspaper.


The home of Mr. and Mrs. James Hunter was the scene of a very pretty wedding on Wednesday, 10 Mar 1920, when their daughter, Marguerite, was united in marriage to Mr. George Ethelbert Jackson of Norwich, Ontario.

At 12.30 the bridal party entered the well decorated parlor to the strains of wedding music rendered by Miss Clara Wilcox of Simcoe.

The bride entered leaning on the arm of her father, gowned in white satin with pearl trimmings, and took her place beside the groom under a beautiful arch, where the Rev. Alfred S. Trueblood united the happy pair in the bonds of holy wedlock.

After the ceremony the party repaired to the dining room where a sumptuous repast awaited them and after ample justice had been done to the good things provided, the newlyweds started for Delhi to take train for Toronto and points east.

On their return they will reside on their farm near Norwich. The bride travelled in a navy blue suit with hat to match.

The bride received many beautiful presents. The Reformer joins with the many friends in extending the best of good wishes for a long life and supreme happiness.

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