Etc. -- Harry Varey wed Louise Howey in 1919
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A lightly edited partial transcription of the Port Dover column on page 8 of the 11 Dec 1919 issue of the Simcoe Reformer newspaper.

A very pretty wedding took place at the Methodist parsonage at two o'clock Saturday afternoon when the Rev. H. Brand united in marriage Harry G. Varey and Miss Louise Howey of this place.

The young couple were attended by Walter Wheeler of Selkirk and Miss Effie Truckell, cousin of the bride. The groom's gift to the bridesmaid was a necklace set with pearls, and to the best man a pearl tie pin.

The happy couple motored to Simcoe and took the three o'clock car for Hamilton, en route to Niagara Falls, Buffalo and other points, the bride travelling in a becoming tailored suit of blue serge with hat to match.

On their return Mr. and Mrs. Varey will reside in their new bungalow, corner of Nelson and St. Patrick streets.


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