Etc. -- Lola Grace Armbrust wed Albert Kohl
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A lightly edited transcription of a page 8 article in the 1 Apr 1920 issue of the Simcoe Reformer.


A very pretty wedding took place at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Armbrust of Delhi, at high noon on Wednesday, 24 Mar 1920, when their younger daughter, Lola Grace, became the wife of Albert Kohl, youngest son of William Kohl of Delhi.

The ceremony was performed under an arch of cedar decorated with roses and lover's knots, by the pastor of the  bride, who entered the drawing room to the strains of the wedding march played by Mr. Lefler, accompanied on the violin by Arthur McClurkin of Ingersoll.

The bride was gowned in georgette over cream satin, with bead trimmings. She carried a bouquet of sweetheart roses.

The bridesmaid was Miss May Armbrust, sister of the bride, who wore white silk and carried carnations. The flower girl, little Helen Corbelle of Detroit, cousin of the bride, wore white silk and carried a basket of apple blossoms and carnations.

The groom was supported by Mr. Will Armbrust, the bride's brother. Mrs. Earl Hutchinson, cousin of the bride, sang very sweetly "The Bells of St. Mary's."

About 60 guests from Detroit, Ingersoll, Tillsonburg, Nixon and Delhi sat down to the very dainty dinner, adjourning to see the many beautiful gifts and to shower the bride and groom with confetti as they left for Brantford and Toronto. 

The bride travelled in a suit of navy blue with hat to match.

On their return they will reside near Delhi.

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