Etc. -- Lelah Snider wed George Wilson
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A lightly edited page 1 article in the 24 Jun 1920 issue of the Simcoe Reformer newspaper. 

Married in Trinity

A very pretty wedding was solemnized yesterday afternoon, 23 Jun 1920, in Trinity Church, when Lelah M., only daughter of the late Sheriff Snider and Mrs. Snider, was united in marriage to George Wilson, son of John Wilson of Oakville.

The pretty church was comfortably filled, the first five rows of seats being reserved for the guests.

The chancel of the church was a bower of syringa, peonies and daisies. The interior of the sacred edifice wa artistically decorated for the event by the ladies of the Chancel Guild, assisted by Mrs. Jonathan Porter and Mrs. Jonathan Austin.

The bride, who entered the church on the arm of her brother, Mr. F. Douglas Snider, who gave her away, was gowned in a travelling suit of blue silk, corsage bouquet.

The ceremony was performed by 
Rev. A. B. Farney, rector of the church. 
The bridesmaid was Miss Rossie Jarvis of Waterford, in grey silk, corsage of pink roses. Mr. Ernest Wilson, cousin of the bridegroom, performed the duties of best man. Mrs. A. F. Cross presided at the organ.

After the ceremony there was a reception with delicious refreshments at the home of the bride's mother, Norfolk Street south.

Mr. and Mrs. Wilson will reside in St. Catharines.

Among the guests present wer the following from out of town:
Judge and Mrs. Snider of Hamilton,
Mr. W. K. Snider of Toronto,
Mr. A. F. Douglass and Miss Thelma Douglass of Welland,
Mrs. McCrimmon and Miss Kathleen Regan of Hamilton,
Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Ball and Mrs. E. Jarvis of Waterford,
Miss C. Desmarais of Walkerville, Miss Wilson and Mr. Wm. Wilson of Oakville,
Miss Dauckett of Hamilton, Mr. Bryden of Welland.

The young couple are well known and highly esteemed in Simcoe. The bride, during her residence in town, having gained a wide circle of friends in social and church life. She was a member of the Norfolk Golf and Country Club and for some time has been an active member in the ladies' section.

The groom, before the outbreak of war, was connected with the Department of Agriculture as County Representative. He enlisted with the 43rd Battery, Guelph, and since his return from overseas has been located as Agricultural Representative in St. Catharines.

The Reformer, with its host of readers, joins in congratulations to the young bride and groom, and hopes that life's journey will be one of continued health and happiness.

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