Etc. -- Theresa Hocking weds Arthur Husted
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An lightly edited transcription of a page 1 article in the 18 Sep 1919 issue of the Simcoe Reformer


Yesterday morning at 10 o'clock, Theresa Ethelwyn Hocking, only daughter of Mrs. James Sharp [sic] of Kent Street, Simcoe, became the bride of Arthur Husted, youngest son of Mrs. Mary Husted of Battle Creek, Michigan.

The ceremony took place at the residence of the bride's mother, in the drawing room, which had been tastefully decorated for the event with pink and white asters and ferns.

The nuptal knot was tied by Rev. H. C. Newcombe, in the presence of the immediate relatives. Miss Ellen Austin, cousin of the bride, and C. W. Hocking, brother, signed the register.

The bride was gowned in white georgette crepe, pearl trimmed.

After the ceremony and congratulations a luncheon was served in the dining room. The presents were numerous and beautiful.

The happy couple left for a month's honeymoon trip in New York City and eastern points. The bride's travelling suit was a brown chiffon velour, nutria fur-trimmed and smart hat to match.

Mr. and Mrs. Husted will resided at 360 Upton Avenue, Battle Creek, Michigan.


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