Etc. -- Harold Leamen weds Elizabeth Nicholls
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A lightly edited transcript of a page 1 article from the 2 Oct 1919 issue of the Simcoe Reformer.


On Monday, 29 Sep 1919, at two o'clock, at the Presbyterian Manse, by the Rev. D. E. Foster, Miss Elizabeth A. Nicholls, daughter of George Nicholls of Simcoe, was married to Harold Leamen of Toronto.

The bride's dress was of navy satin and georgette, and the bridesmaid, Miss Lillian Nicholls, sister of the bride, wore a dress of grey taffeta with georgette. The groom was supported by Norman Palmerton of Simcoe. 

After the ceremony a wedding dinner was served at the home of the bride. The happy couple left on a motor trip to London and points north. Upon their return Mr. and Mrs. Leamen will reside in Toronto.

The groom is a brother of Mrs. F. J. Smith of Toronto, and before enlisting with the 133rd Battalion was in the employ of the Simcoe Litho. He went overseas with the rank of sergeant [sic] and returned a few months ago.

[Compiler's Comment: the source document spelled the groom's surname Leaman, Leamen and Leamon.]

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