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From: "Goltz" <>
Subject: [Ont] Newspaper Clippings Simcoe County
Date: Sun, 4 Feb 2001 23:45:15 -0500


I have borrowed, from one of my aunts, a book of newspaper articles that my
g-grandmother saved and will be posting them to his site. My g-grandmother,
Elizabeth (Covey) Edwards was raised in Midland and spent her married life
in Vasey (about 20 minutes north of Barrie in Simcoe County). Hope these
help someone.

Joanne Goltz
Belleville ON
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WEDDING BELLS RANG (written beside "1952")

EDWARDS-EDWARDS
Vasey United Church, decorated with baskets of variegated gladioli, was the
setting September 6, when Ilda Pearl, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Morgan Edwards, Vasey, became the bride of Donald Edgar, third son of Mr.
and Mrs. Edgar Edwards, Elmvale.
Rev. W.J. Burton performed the ceremony. Mrs. Graydon Broad, Midland,
played the wedding music and accompanied the soloist, Mrs. Mary Brand,
Midland.
Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of white bridal
satin, the skirt paneled with lace. Her embroidered tulle veil was caught
to a hear-shaped halo and she also wore a three-strand pearl necklace. Her
bouquet was of American Beauty roses.
The bride's sister, Mrs. Morley Clement, of Lefroy, was matron of honor,
wearing sea-green satin fashioned with a bustle back, a matching hat and
mittens. She carried pink roses. Sheila Edwards, niece of the bridge, and
Joyce Anne Collins, the bride's cousin, were flowergirls. Each wore a frock
of dusty pink faille and carried a nosegay of carnations.
Morley Clement acted as groomsman, and Orville Edwards and John Archer were
ushers.
A reception for 75 guests followed in the Sunday School room. Receiving
the guests, the bride's mother was in a frock of navy mesh with navy velvet
hat matching accessories and wore a corsage of carnations. The groom's
mother chose heavenly blue crepe with matching accessories, a black velvet
hat, and a corsage of carnations. Guests were present from Barrie.
Beaverton, Toronto, Stayner, Nottawa, Aylmer, Midland, Elmvale, Hamilton and
Lefroy.
Leaving for their wedding trip to Detroit and western Ontario, the bride
donned a British tan suit, and wore a brown hat and matching accessories.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwards will make their home in Midland.
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OCTOBER WEDDING
(picture here)
ELEANOR LOUISE COLQUHOUN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Colquhoun, Port
McNicoll, and Raymond Gordon Stephenson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon
Stephenson, Armitage, Ontario, were married in Bonar Presbyterian Church,
Port McNicoll, Oct. 11.
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WED AT ELMVALE (written beside "1952")
DAUGHTER of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Graham, Elmvale, Beatrice Graham, Elmvale,
Beatrice Graham and Stanley Robinson, son of Mrs. George McClay, Victoria
Harbour, were married in St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Elmvale, Oct. 11.
The groom is a member of the teaching staff at Ebenezer School.
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Engagements
Mr. and Mrs. C. Wilson, Waubaushene, announce the engagement of their
daughter Darlene Glenna to John Wesley MacDonald, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
MacDonald, Galt. The wedding to take place September 20, at 3 p.m. in
Memorial United Church, Waubaushene.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gardiner, Wyebridge, announce the engagement of their
daughter, Edna Mae, to William James McClung, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward J.
McClung, Phelpston. The wedding will take place in St. Andrew's
Presbyterian Church, Wyebridge, Saturday, Sept. 20, at 2 p.m.
Mr. and Mrs. George R. Dickinson announce the engagement of their second
daughter, Ina Jane, to Keith Edwin Wood, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Percy
Wood of Wyebridge. The wedding to take place in St. John's United Church at
2.30 o'clock, Saturday, September 20, 1952.
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(picture here) (written above "1954")
Myrtle Alberta Rachar, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Rachar, R.R. 1,
Midland, and Wallace A. Cockburn of Edgar were married in the bride's home,
March 6.


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