Etc. -- Wedding Bells
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An edited partial transcription of items on page 8 of the 4 Sep 1919 issue 
of the Simcoe Reformer newspaper. 

Wedding Bells


Minnie, daughter of Harry Frost of Simcoe, is engaged to marry Dudley Hitchcox [sic] of Oakville later this month.


Miss Leeta Foster, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ward Foster of Temperance St., Waterford, married James Malcolm Shook of Waterford, Wednesday evening at the home of the bride's parents. The quiet wedding in the presence of only immediate relatives and friends was officiated by Rev. E. R. Fitch, M.A., of Chicago.


Gladys Alberta, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 
A. I. Oatman of Tillsonburg, married 
Chas. Earl, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Bell of Springford, 20 Aug 1919 at the home of the bride's parents.  They will reside on their farm at Springford. The bride's sister, Mrs. C. Webster and two children of Union Mills, Ontario, attended.


Miss Maida Irene Ostrander, only child of Mr. and Mrs. Marrena Ostrander of Tillsonburg, and Frederick H. Fairs of Tillsonburg, married recently at Amherstburg. The bride and groom met while attending Tillsonburg High School. The bride taught school at Rosanna the past year. The groom served in France a year and a half before being gassed at Passchendaele. He returned from oversea last January and has been in the civil service at Ottawa.


Miss Minnie Ribble, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ribble of Port Burwell married Frederick Gomme of Port Burwell, Wednesday in Tillsonburg. Reception was at home of Ira Ribble of Tillsonburg. Couple will reside on Strachan Street in Port Burwell.


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