Etc. -- Marjorie Kent wed Frank Ryan
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A lightly edited page 8 article in the 10 Jun 1920 issue of the Simcoe Reformer newspaper. 


A pretty wedding took place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wilbur on Wednesday, 2 Jun 1920, when two well-known young people, Marjorie C., daughter of 
Mr. J. G. Kent of Innisfail [sic], Alberta, became the wife of Frank Ryan of Delhi, Rev. J. W. Stewart, officiating.

The bride wore a gown of white lace cloth and pink hat and carried Ophelia roses and lily of the valley. She was given away be her grandfather, W. H. Wilbur. Miss Evelyn Smith played the wedding march.

Immediately following the ceremony a daity buffet luncheon was served. The house was decorated with roses, trilliums and white lilacs.

The groom's gift to the bride was a pendant and pearl necklace, and to the pianist a pearl pin. The bride received many beautiful gifts.

Relatives were present from Cleveland and Willoughby, Ohio, Galt, Tillsonburg and Otterville.

Mr. and Mrs. Ryan left on a motor trip to Hamilton and points east before taking up their home on their farm south of Delhi.

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