Etc. -- Miss Myrtle Porter to wed
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A lightly edited transcription of a page 1 article in the 14 Aug 1919 issue of the Simcoe Reformer.  


Mrs. Harrison Stringer gave a kitchen shower on Monday at the home of Mrs. Hawthorne, 199 Norfolk Street south, in honor of Mrs. Myrtle Porter, a coming bride. About 75 guests were present.

On Tuesday of this week, Mrs. H. C. Martin was hostess of a delightful tea of 45 guests in honor or Miss Myrtle Porter, a coming autumn bride. The rea room was tastefully decorated with touches of yellow, when the bride-to-be was ssurprised with a shower of dainty cups and saucers.

Mrs. Harvey Johnson was the hostess yesterday afternoon at a most delightful tea held at the Norfolk Golf and Country Club in honour of the bride-to-be, Miss Myrtle Porter. [Mrs. Arthur] Peachey and Mrs. Harry [Martin] presided at the tea table. During the afternoon, little Bobby Johnson presented Miss Porter with a basket containing a number of pieces of cluny lace. A large number of the younger set were present.

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