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Toronto Telegram, March 1920

The following marriages are taken from the Toronto Telegram, March 1920 issues. This newspaper had their marriages in two place - first, "The Sign of Cupid" appearing around page 12 and second, amongst birth & death notices near the back of the paper. The latter notices are shorter. Notices found in "The Sign of Cupid" tend to dwell on the clothing worn by the wedding party and I have chosen not to include those parts. They also do not include the date of the marriage.

These marriages have not been arranged alphabetically. Instead, they are in order by date that they appeared in the newspaper.


Monday, 1 March, 1920

KIRBY – PAISLEY: On Wed. Feb 25th, 1920, at the home of Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Baylis BROWN, Montreal West, Edna Eloise, d/o Mr. & the late Mrs. James Kenniston PAISLEY of Ottawa, married Harold James, s/o Mr. & Mrs. James H. KIRBY of 78 Soudan Ave., Toronto

Tuesday, 2 March 1920

WALKER – GUEST: On Sat. Feb 28th, 1920, by Rev. Dr. SPEERS, Hilda M.E. GUEST, d/o Worthy N. & Elizabeth GUEST of 92 Salem Ave., married Robert James WALKER, late of Dunkinely, Donegal, Ireland.

WIGLE – ARMSTRONG: At the Methodist Church, Parry Sound, Mary Winifred, d/o Sheriff & Mrs. ARMSTRONG, to Mr. Allard Easton WIGLE, s/o the late Mr. Angus WIGLE & Mrs. WIGLE of Kingsville, Ont. Solemnized by Rev. Sidney SMITH D.D. Dr. M.T. ARMSTRONG gave the bride away. Bridesmaids were Miss Maud TAYLOR of Toronto, cousin of bride, and Miss Eva DUNLOP, also of Toronto. Mr. A. SIME of Toronto was the best man and ushers were Dr. H.M. PURVIS, Mr. J.E. ARMSTRONG and Mr. E.E. ARMSTRONG of Parry Sound and Messers. Sidney GREEN & Douglas WIGLE of Toronto. To reside in Kingsville, Ont.

PERKINS – CROSS: At Kew Beach Presbyterian Church, Wineva Ave., Bessie Gertrude, eldest d/o Mr. & Mrs. Herbert CROSS married Harold PERKINS, eldest s/o the late Charles PERKINS. Bridesmaids were Violet & Evelyn CROSS. Groom was attended by Mr. Bert CARWETHEN and ushers were Archie PERKINS & Herbert BREAST. Miss Hazel CROMARTY played the wedding march. To reside at Silverbirch Ave.

ELLIOTT – LAUGHLIN: At the home of the bride's parents, Mr. & Mrs. J.A. LAUGHLIN, Ferndale Ave., their eldest daughter, Eva Ruth, married Mr. J. Arnold ELLIOTT, youngest s/o Mr. & Mrs. James S. ELLIOTT of Prescott Ont. Miss Hazel LAUGHLIN was bridesmaid. Groom was supported by Capt. Fred A. LAUGHLIN. Miss Ida ELLIOTT played the wedding marches and Miss Anna LLOYD of St. Catharines sang. To reside at 23 St. Annes Place, St. Thomas

CAMERON – PHILLIPS: At St. George’s Church, Ottawa, of Mary, only d/o the late Canon Arthur PHILLIPS of Hawkesbury, and Mrs. PHILLIPS, to Dr. Keith CAMERON of Perth, s/o the late Dr. Alex CAMERON of Lanark and Mrs. CAMERON. Rev. Charles PHILLIPS, rector of Metcalfe, and brother of the bride, officiated, assisted by Rev. S. CHILDS. Dr. J.A. DOBBIE was the groomsman. Bride was given away by her elder brother, Mr. J.A. PHILLIPS.

Wednesday, 3 March 1920

TRAUT – McCOMB: On Wed. Feb. 18th, at Wesley Methodist Church, Gertrude Martha, d/o Mr. & Mrs. S.C. McCOMB to Emery Peter, s/o Mr. & Mrs. Norman TRAUT of Erie Penn.

HAZLETT – SANDERSON: On Tues., 2 March, at the residence of Captain & Mrs. E.A. BOOTH, 217 Geoffrey St., marriage of Elizabeth Mary, d/o the late David Foster SANDERSON, to Mr. James Walter HAZLETT of Montreal, s/o Mr. William HAZLETT of Kingston. Rev. J.W. CLIPSHAM, to bride's uncle, officiated. To reside in Montreal.

CLARK – COOK: At the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. R. COOK, King St. West, Lillian Alice Ethel, her youngest daughter, married Mr. Arthur CLARK of Bristol England. Bridesmaids were Miss Rosie CLARK (groom’s sister) and Miss R. MONTEITH. Sergeant HALLIER, the best man, has been a life-long friend of the groom.. Both enlisted and fought side by side in France, and returned home together.

DAVENPORT – HILL: At St. Clements Church, Riverdale, Florence Emily, eldest d/o Mr. & Mrs. William HILL, Langley Ave., married Mr. Francis Lawrence DAVENPORT, eldest s/o Mr. & Mrs. F. DAVENPORT of Earlsdale Ave. Bridesmaids were Miss E. KENT & Miss May HILL. Mr. H.S. DAVENPORT was groomsman. Rev. John BUSHELL officiated.

Thursday, 4 March 1920

LLOYD – LITTLE: Annie Reid LITTLE, youngest d/o the late John & Jane LITTLE, to Linwood LLOYD, youngest s/o Mrs. F. LLOYD, at the residence of Bishop BREWING, Euclid Ave., Tues. March 2. Both of Toronto. Bride was attended by Miss Anna THOMPSON and Mr. Jack THOMPSON was best man.

MURRAY – BYHAM: Sat. Feb 28th 1920 at Holy Trinity Church, by Rev. Roy HEIMALL, Blanche, youngest d/o the late Mr. BYHAM and Mrs. BYHAM of Toronto, to William MURRAY, late of Dundee Scotland.

SQUIRES – SQUIRES: On Sat. Feb. 28th, 1920, at home of Mr. & Mrs. George WADLOW, 459 Logan Ave., by Rev. George WAUGH, of their niece, Mary Evelyn SQUIRES of Holbeach Lincs. England, to Joseph SQUIRES of Stratford, Ontario. Miss Elsie WADLOW was bridesmaid. The couple left on the afternoon train for Stratford.

SHEPARD – SELLERS: At St. Peters Church, Vera, d/o the late Donald SELLERS, and of Mrs. SELLERS, Carlton St., to Mr. Percy SHEPARD, s/o Mr. & Mrs. George SHEPARD. The bride was given away by her cousin, Mr. Roy YORK. Maid of honour was Miss Pearl MacINTOSH and bridesmaids were Dorothy PETERSON & Grace HORLEY. The best man was Mr. S. SPOONER of Montreal and the ushers were Mr. Hugh SYKES, Mr. Carlyle MEYER, and Mr. Frank DUNLOP. To reside on Douglas Dr.

Friday, 5 March 1920

BRADY – MOAT: At Centennial Methodist Church, Gladys Louise, only d/o Mr. & Mrs. Albert William MOAT became the bride of Mr. John BRADY. Rev. R. CORRIGAN officiated. Matron of honour was sister of the groom, Mrs. J.R. MILLER. Bridesmaids were Miss Nellie DAWE & Miss Wilamina McKENZIE. Flower girls were Madeline FOGGETT & Florence MOAT. Mr. Chester H. SMITH of St. Thomas supported the groom and ushers were Mr. Joseph McDOWELL, Mr. Thomas HANNAH, Mr. Frank KEHOE and Mr. Charles BARRETT. Reception at home of bride's parents, Rusholme Rd.

MEAD – WIDGETT: At the home of Mr. & Mrs. J. WIDGETT of their eldest daughter Gladys Victoria, to Mr. William C. MEAD, late lieut. in the RAF, and s/o Mr. & Mrs. J. MEAD. Rev. Phil. BRACE officiated. To reside in Toronto.

JACKSON – WATSON: At Parkdale Presbyterian Church, Rev. A. Logan GEGGIE officiating. Rose, d/o Mr. & Mrs. Joseph WATSON married Mr. David JACKSON, s/o Mr. & Mrs. William JACKSON, both of Toronto. Miss Mabel WATSON was bridesmaid. Best man was Mr. James Forbes JACKSON, brother of the groom. Reception at bride's residence, Russett Ave.

CLARK – MacCALLUM: At Ocean Ave. Congregational Church in Brooklyn NY, last Wed. evening, Miss Norene MacCALLUM married Frank Irving CLARK of Brooklyn. Reception at the Terrace Club of Flatbush. Norene MacCALLUM is d/o Mr. & Mrs. Norman MacCALLUM, formerly of Toronto, and grand daughter of the late Frank SOMERS Sr. of Avenue Rd. Mrs. Russel G. BREWSTER was Matron of honour and bridesmaids were Miss Edith HAERLE?, Miss Gladys ANDREWS, Miss Harriet VAN WYCK, and Miss Beatrice HEGEMAN. Miss Jean Marie PALMER was flower girl. Mr. Clarence Sperry CLARK was best man for his brother and ushers were N. Ross MacCALLUM, Robert S. MacCALLUM, Herbert MacCALLUM and Christopher BROOKS. To reside inn Brooklyn NY

Saturday, 6 March 1920

BUTLER – BURNETT: At the Manse, Mimico, Miss Margaret BURNETT of Wellesley twp., married to Mr. Leander BUTLER.

COLLINS – SPENCE: At the home of the bride's mother, Huntley St., Eva Allen, youngest d/o the late George SPENCE & Mrs. SPENCE was married to Mr. Charles Wilson COLLINS, youngest s/o the late George M. COLLINS & Mrs. COLLINS. Rev. Bruce HUNTER officiated. Bride was given away by her brother, Mr. Allen SPENCE. Her only attendants were her two little nieces (no names given). Mr. Frank TESKEY was best man. To reside in Moore Park.

FALLIS – BATES: On Fri. March 5, 1920, by Rev. Dr. BELL of High Park Methodist Church, West Toronto, Norman FALLIS to Clara BATES, both of Toronto.

MOULD – FARTHING: On Feb. 18th at residence of Rev. T. R. COTTON of St. Aidans Church (2134 Queen St. West), Lillian Grace, eldest d/o Mr. & Mrs. H.A. FARTHING, 171 Leslie St., to Thomas George MOULD, youngest s/o Mr. & Mrs. MOULD, Royce Ave., Toronto

PHILLIPS – MORIARTY: Mrs. John MORIARTY of 108 St. David St., announces marriage of her daughter Florence to Albert PHILLIPS of Niagara Falls NY, on Feb 21st. Rev. McLEAN officiated.

COOK – WELLS (engagement): Mr. & Mrs. H.H. WELLS of Grenadier Rd. announce marriage of daughter Irene may to Signaling Sergeant Arnold William COOK, s/o Mr. & Mrs. William COOK of Toronto. To take place early in April.

Monday, 8 March, 1920

TRUSTY – DOUGLAS: On Wed. 3rd March, 1920, at 87 Hogarth Ave. by the Rev. William PATTERSON, Cooke’s Church, Rose A. DOUGLAS, eldest d/o Mrs. Mary E. DOUGLAS, to Edward TRUSTY.

ISAACS – LAGMAN: Mr. & Mrs. Archie LAGMAN announce engagement of their daughter Jean, to Mr. Bernard ISAACS, s/o Mr. & Mrs. Jack ISAACS.

MacLAREN – HARRISON: At First Baptist Church, Calgary, of Miss Verna HARRISON to Major Don MacLAREN. Bride was attended by her sister (name illegible – Lucolle?). Groomsman was Mr. Roy MacLAREN, Lieut. in the Royal Navy. Major MacLAREN is illegible (Calgarian?) attache to the Air Ministry.

PLENTY – POTTER: At Bloor & Ossington Baptist Church, Minnie, d/o Lieut- Quartermaster Seth POTTER & Mrs. POTTER, of Kitchener Ont., married Mr. Albert PLENTY, J.P. of Toronto and third s/o Mr. & Mrs. T. PLENTY. Mr. Ernest POTTER, brother of the bride, gave her away while Miss Jessie POTTER acted as bridesmaid. Mr. Arthur STUBBING was best man.

Tuesday, 9 March 1920 .

BREAKSPEAR – HATTON: At home of Mr. & Mrs. McRAE, Cavell Ave., Mimico, of Miss Agnes HATTON to Mr. J. Edward BREAKSPEAR. Mr. BREAKSPEAR recently returned from overseas where he served for nearly three years. He was supported by Mr. Richard PRICE, a comrade in arms. The Bride was attended by her sister, Miss Florence HATTON. Couple to reside in Mimico.

COWIE – MOORE: A pretty military wedding took place 1 Jan. 1920 at the Citadel, Cairo, Egypt when Amyre Adelia, eldest d/o Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Robert MOORE of Meaford married Mr. James McDonald COWIE, lieut. In the 33rd Punjabis, attached to the 20th Punjabis. General E.R. DAY officiated. The bride was given away by Capt. C.H. SMITH R.F.A. and was attended by Miss Annie NELSON of "Woodside", Sunderland, Durham, England, who had accompanied her brother to Egypt. Mr. T.H. DALTON, a brother officer, attended the groom… honeymoon at Helouen… now residing in Jerusalem where Lieut. COWIE is stationed.

SCOTT – SILK: On Thurs. March 2, 1920 at St. James Parish house, Moose Jaw Sask., by Rev. Archdeacon F. Wells JOHNSON, Eleanor H., second d/o Mrs. Louis P. & the late Charles F. SILK to Sidney R. SCOTT of Moose Jaw.

Wednesday, 10 March 1920

COATES – BROWN: On Friday March 5, 1920, at St. Matthews Church, Toronto, Nora McT., youngest d/o Mr. & Mrs. David BROWN to Albert R.W. COATES of Toronto

Thursday, 11 March 1920

NOKES – HEPBURN: Mary Kathleen Madge (Tot), d/o Mr. A. HEPBURN of "Rickarton" Picton, and of Mrs. HEPBURN, to Mr. Frank Lawrence NOKES, s/o Mr. & Mrs. Maurice H. NOKES, Norfolk Virginia, formerly of Winnipeg. The bride was given away by her brother, Mr. J. de C. HEPBURN. Bridesmaid was her youngest sister, Ina HEPBURN. Groomsman was Mr. W.O. BOBARD. After ceremony, bridal party drove to the home of bride's sister, Mrs. PLUMMER on Roxborough St. Mr. & Mrs. NOKES leave later for Norfolk VA.

McLEOD – DOCKRAY: At bride's home, Margaret Esther, d/o Mrs. Margaret DOCKRAY, to Mr. Charles Kenneth McLEOD, s/o Mr. Charles McLEOD, Crescent Rd. Bride was unattended & was given away by brother Thomas B. DOCKRAY. Couple to reside in Buffalo NY

BAINES – THOMAS: At St. Aidans Church, Grace THOMAS to Lieut. W.H. BAINES, veteran of 4 years service with Cdn. Cyclists Corp. Bride was given away by her father, Mr. F. THOMAS of Markham. Miss Reba THOMAS attended her sister & Capt. N.T. TAYLOR was best man. Reception at home of bride's father, Beech Ave. To reside in Newmarket where groom is stationed by Dept of DSCR.

SMYTHE – SANDS: Irene Eleanor, d/o Mr. & Mrs. T.R. SANDS, to Lieut. Conn SMYTHE, s/o A.E.S. SMYTHE, at Central Methodist Church. Bridesmaid was Miss Lillian ASHLEY. Best man was Arthur BOYD and ushers were Thomas SANDS & Clayton BOYD. To reside at 16 St. Clair Ave. West.

BOLER – MORRISON: On Mar. 9th at St. James Cathedral, by Canon PLUMPIER, Walter Harold BOLER, police magistrate, to Nan, elder d/o Mrs. MORRISON of London England, & the late Lieut. George MORRISON, R.N.

MAHER – KITCHEN: Miss Beatrice Annie, youngest d/o Mr. & Mrs. KITCHEN, 32 Mulock Ave., to Mr. George MAHER of Chicopee Mass. USA, at res of bride on afternoon of March 8th, Rev. Mr. AIKENHEAD of Davenport Methodist officiated.

Friday, 12 March 1920

WIXSON – REEDER: A quiet wedding, Edith, eldest d/o Mrs. Clara WIXSON, Quebec Ave., Toronto, married to Mr. Leonard J. REEDER, s/o Mr. G.W. REEDER, Riverdale Ave., Toronto. They will reside at 1 Albermarle Ave.

Saturday, 13 March 1920

WHINTON – WHINTON: Mrs. Sarah C. WHINTON, d/o Mr. & Mrs. George HAZLITT of Kingston, to Mr. James Orris WHITTON. To reside at 128 Westminster Ave.

ALLAN – BURNS: At Church of the Redeemer, Mary Olive Woodley, only d/o Mr. & Mrs. R. Easton BURNS of Bernard Ave., to Mr. Andrew Wallace ALLAN, s/o Mr. John ALLAN of "Hillhead" Cairnkie Scotland. Honeymoon in Bermuda. To reside at 22 Bernard Ave.

NIX – NORRIS: At St. Georges Anglican, Miss Lillias Frances NORRIS, to Mr. William Henry NIX. Bridesmaid was Miss Gertrude NORRIS. Best man was Alfred A. NIX, brother of the groom. Reception at home of bride's parents, Sorauren Ave. To reside at 79 Lindsey Ave. Groom served overseas with 24th Battn & is grandson of the late William Henry NIX.

JOHNSON – ROUNSFORD: Miss Margaret Edith ROUNSFORD to Mr. Harold JOHNSON, at home of bride's parents, Toronto. To reside in Prescott.

THOMSON – COX: At home of Mr. & Mrs. A.R. COX, Victor Ave., their youngest daughter, Anna Elizabeth (Bessie), to Mr. Andrew THOMSON. Bride was attended by her sister Hazel. Groom was assisted by his brother Thomas

DAVIS – TRAFFORD: At res of bride's mother, 7 March, Victoria Alexandria TRAFFORD, only d/o Mrs. Fred TRAFFORD, to Pte. Arthur Albert DAVIS of Montreal

GOURLAY – ROWLAND: March 11th at Fifth Ave. Presbyterian Church, New York, Mr. Robert S. GOURLAY to Miss Adeline Howell ROWLAND

RAINES – REID: Bernice, d/o Mr. & Mrs. James REID of Toronto, to Mr. William Thomas RAINES, s/o Mr. & Mrs. Robert RAINES of 347 Rhodes Ave., at St. James Church by the Rev. Dr. O’LEARY.

Monday, 14 March, 1920

HAMMOND – GIBSON: At Christ Church, Scarborough, Mrs. Della Alice GIBSON to William George HAMMOND. Reception at home of bride's father, 26 Birchmount Rd. in Birch Cliff. Bridegroom served 4 yrs overseas with the R.C.D.’s. To reside in Burlington

Tuesday, 16 March, 1920

BURKHOLDER – MacTAVISH: Edith Pearl, youngest d/o the late Angus MacTAVISH to Mr. Orville Roy, s/o Mr. & Mrs. A. BURKHOLDER, Brunswick Ave.

JOHNSTON – ROUNSFULL: Miss Margaret Edith ROUNSFULL to Mr. Harold JOHNSTON solemnized at home of bride's parents, Holly St. by Rev. Mr. LAMB. To reside in Prescott Ont.

AITKEN – WATSON: On Wed. evening, March 10th by Rev. LINTON at Parkdale Baptist Church, of Hilda, d/o Mr. & Mrs. H. WATSON, Toronto, to Charles AITKEN, s/o Mr. & Mrs. T. AITKEN, Toronto

HODGKINSON – COOKE: At St. Peter's Church, Carlton St., on March 13th by Rev. Fred WILKINSON, of Bessie Maria, d/o Mr. & Mrs. Arthur COOKE of New Carlisle Quebec, to Stanley Valentine HODGKINSON of London England

RICHARDSON – PICKETT: Mrs. H. PICKETT announces the marriage of her only daughter, Gladys Winifred, to William J. RICHARDSON on 6 Jan. 1920, by Rev. Dr. MacGILLIVRAY, Bonar Presbyterian Church.

Wednesday, 17 March, 1920

HENLEY – LITHERLAND: St. Clements Church, Bertha, eldest d/o Mr. & Mrs. J. LITHERLAND, Jones Ave., married Corpl. Roy Edward HENLEY, only s/o the late Major & Mrs. Edward HENLEY of Delhi, India. Groom was assisted by Mr. Benjamin A. ROADKNIGHT, and the bride by her sister Sophia. Flower girls were Miss Lucy LITHERLAND & Miss Cora MOQUIN. To reside at 261 Carlton St.

TURTELL – HALL: At St. Johns Norway on Tues. March 16th, when Evelyn May (twin) d/o Mrs. Harriet M. & the late James John HALL, 41 Hiawatha Rd., married Mr. Arthur F.C. TURTELL of Wiltshire England. Bride was given away by her brother Gilbert and was assisted by her sister Dorothy. Mr. John GLOVER was best man. To reside at 143 Simpson Ave.

ORR – JONES: At the parsonage in Maple, Olive L., eldest d/o Mr. & Mrs. Albert JONES, to Elmer Robert, third s/o Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. ORR. Rev Mr. LEGGOTT officiated. Bridesmaid was sister of the bride, Lillian JONES and the groom was assisted by his brother Victor.

Thursday, 18 March, 1920

STEIN – LEVY: Last night at 8 p.m. at the King Edward Hotel in the Louis room, Isobel, d/o Mr. & Mrs. Abraham LEVY of Toronto, married Mr. Samuel STEIN. Rabbi JACOBS officiated. Matron of honor was bride's sister, Mrs, A. BRODAY. Bridesmaids were Miss Mary STEIN, sister of the groom, and Miss Leota LEVY, sister of the bride. Best man was Mr. Ma—m FRIEDLANDER. To reside at 47 Regal Rd.

McKEE – REEVE: On 17th March, at Parkdale Presbyterian Church, Marjorie, youngest d/o Mr. & Mrs. C.F. REEVE, 1216 Gerrard St. East, to Mr. John McKEE of Ballyskeagh, Newtownards Ireland. Bride was attended by Miss Myrtle MYERS and groom by Capt. C.H. REEVE, brother of the bride. To reside at 78 Glenholme Ave.

McEWAN – SOMERVILLE: At the home of Mr. & Mrs. Robert SOMERVILLE, Nashville, of their daughter Agnes Ella to Mr. Robert McEWAN. Miss Roberta SOMERVILLE assisted the bride and Reginald HARRIS was best man. Miss Ellener HUMPHRIES, the groom’s niece, played the wedding music. To reside in Toronto.

AUSTIN – HAWKE: Grace HAWKE of Toronto and William H. AUSTIN of London, Ont.

McGIBBON – LACEY: On Monday March 15th, at St. johns Norway, Frances M. LACEY, d/o Mr. & Mrs. LACEY of Bristol England, to George A. McGIBBON, s/o Mr. and the late Mrs. McGIBBON of Toronto

PAYNTER – SWEETING: On Wed. March 17th, at St. Martins in the Field, Nellie SWEETING to Alfred Edwin PAYNTER. They left on the evening train for Chicago.

HUGHES – BOWEN (engagement): Mr. & Mrs. E.J. BOWEN of 422 Lansdowne Ave., announce engagement of their only daughter, Edith, to Mr. F.S. HUGHES, only s/o Mr. & Mrs. S. HUGHES, College St. Marriage to take place 24th March at St. Annes Church, Gladstone Ave.

Friday, 19 March, 1920

WILSON – YOUNGE: At St. Jude’s Church, Roncesvalles Ave., Rev. A.A. PIPPEN officiating. Ethel, youngest d/o Mr. Myles YOUNGE of Manitowaning, Manitoulin Island, married Mr. A. WILSON of Oakville. Bride was given away by her brother James YOUNGE and was attended by her cousin Miss Jennie LEESON. Groom was assisted by his brother Mr. W. WILSON. Wedding breakfast served at home of bride's sister, Mrs. A. MORRIS, Glenlake Ave. To reside in Oakville.

WAUCHOPE – LYNN: At Schomberg, Audrey Pearle, eldest d/o Mr. & Mrs. John LYNN married Mr. Hector Nelson WAUCHOPE, youngest s/o Mr. & Mrs. Samuel WAUCHOPE of Lloydtown. To reside near Schomberg.

ASHTON – EMBREE: On Wed. afternoon in St. Andrews Church, Ottawa, of Mary Beatrice, eldest d/o Dr. & Mrs. L.E. EMBREE of Toronto, married Major Edward James ASHTON DSO, commissioner of the Soldiers Settlement Board, and s/o the late Edward ASHTON, Ottawa. Bridesmaid was bride's sister, Winifred. Groomsman was Mr. F. N. RICHES of Regina. To reside at Third Ave., McKellar Townsite.

GARVIN – GARDINER: In Toronto on Wed March 10th, Gladys Louisa, d/o Mr. & Mrs. William GARDINER, 24 Dagmar Ave., to Robert Earl GARVIN, s/o the late Robert GARVIN & Mrs. GARVIN of Acton, Ont.

MARTIN – CALLAN: On Wed. March 17th, at residence of the bride, 230 North Lisgar St., Pearl, only d/o Mr. & Mrs. Hugh CALLAN, to Arthur Martin, only s/o Mr. & Mrs. Albert MARTIN, Toronto. Bride was attended by Miss Eva MARTIN. Flower girls were Miss Louisa MARTIN and Miss Muriel LANGLANDS. Groom was attended by Mr. Fred MUNK. To reside at 160 Dovercourt Rd. (also on Sat. March 20)

VERNER – DIES (engagement): Mr. & Mrs. George W. DIES, 116 Kenilworth Ave., announces engagement of their eldest daughter, Margaret Amy to Mr. Stuart VERNER, eldest s/o Mrs. E. J. VERNER. To take place quietly at the end of March

FAIR – HARRISON: Mrs. William HARRISON of 1050 College St, announces engagement of daughter Clara Bell to Mr. Norman E. FAIR, 1 Metcalfe St., so Mr. & Mrs. Charles F. FAIR of Toronto. Wedding to take place early in April.

Saturday, 20 March, 1920

SMITH – CRAWFORD (engagement): Mr. & Mrs. John CRAWFORD of 73 Eighth Ave. announce engagement of their daughter Sarah to Albert SMITH, 1718 Queen St. West, formerly of Bristol England, Mr. SMITH is a returned soldier.

Monday, 22 March, 1920

GREENSLADE – NICHOLSON: At residence of the bride's father, Fairview Blvd., of Nora, d/o Mr. Joseph NICHOLSON to Rev. Stanley H. GREENSLADE, B.A. Rev. GREENSLADE having returned from overseas service to take up his duties as assistant pastor of King Street Methodist Church.

CARSON – COKER: At Gerrard Street Methodist Church, of Mary Margaret (Reta), d/o Mrs. Bessie COKER, to Mrs. Charles H. CARSON, a veteran of 4 yrs service in the Cdn Field Ambulance. Rev. A. IMRIE officiated. Bride was given away by her brother Ernest. To reside at 208 Argyle St.

Tuesday, 23 March 1920

BRINTNELL – BARTRAM: At Jacksonville Florida, on March 22, Miss Georgie A. BARTRAM, eldest d/o A.R. BARTRAM of Toronto to Mr. W. Leigh BRINTNELL, formerly lieut. R.A.F. and only s/o Herbert E. BRINTNELL, formerly of Belleville, Ont. To reside in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

MOORE - KENNEDY: At Holy Trinity Church, Velma Estelle, d/o Mr. & Mrs. J.J. KENNEDY, Huron St., married Frank C. MOORE of Buffalo NY. Bride was assisted by her sister, Miss Jessie KENNEDY and the groom was assisted by his brother, Howard F. MOORE.

BUTLER – LIPSCOMBE: On Monday, of Miss Amy E. LIPSCOMBE of Princes’ Gardens, Kensington, London, to Mr. Carlisle C. BUTLER, eldest s/o Mr. & Mrs. George BUTLER, 54 Lytton Blvd. Bride was given away by her brother Thomas. To reside on Lytton Blvd.

McLAREN – SAATWEBER: On Sat. 20th March, Percy McLAREN of Owen Sound to Julia SAATWEBER of Dublin Ireland, by Rev. Mr. MORROW of Dale Presbyterian Church.

Wednesday, 24 March 1920

HIBBS – THOMPSON: At 21 Norton Ave., on March 23rd, by Rev. Mr. HILTS of Davenport Road Presbyterian Church, Frances Mary THOMPSON to Sidney Harold HIBBS, both of Toronto.

LEBLOND – COWIE: On March 18th, at St. johns Church, Thomas LEBLOND to Elizabeth, d/o Mr. & Mrs. George COWIE, late of Aberdeen Scotland.

PAINE – SIMMONS: On Sat. March 13th, George F. PAINE, late of 19th Battalion CEF, only s/o Fred & Ettie PAINE, 18 Afton Ave., to Phoebe E. SIMMONS of Hillier Ont.

VALLER – POTTS: At Beech Ave. Methodist Church on Wed. march 17th, Daysie K. POTTS, second d/o William POTTS, 26 Hambly Ave., Toronto and Dublin Ireland, to Harold P. VALLER, second s/o Harry William VALLER, Beckenham England. To reside at 113 Rainsford Rd.

Thursday, 25 March 1920

PURNELL – BEST: Jean, youngest d/o Mrs. Alexander BEST of Glasgow married Mr. Herbert J. PURNELL of Wiltshire England. Bride was attended by Miss Florence WATSON and groom was attended by Mr. William PARKER. To reside on Davenport Rd.

WEBB – STONE: On Wed. March 24, at St. Clements Church, Edith Olive, eldest d/o Mr. & Mrs. H.S. WEBB to Mr. John STONE of Toronto.

Friday, 26 March 1920

ELLIOTT – BOYDEN: At St. James Church, London Ont., Wed. March 24th, Eva Louisa, youngest d/o Mrs. Louisa BOYDEN to George B. ELLIOTT of Toronto.

Saturday, 27 March, 1920

LEWIS – MILLER: At the home of the bride's parents, 1969 Dufferin St., Evelyn Mary MILLER married Mr. William H. LEWIS. Bride was given away by her father (no name given) and her sister ("Miss MILLER) attended her. Groom was attended by his brother Frederick. Rose MILLER, sister of the bride played the Bridal chorus. To reside at 1967 Dufferin St.

BROWN – DENSEM: In Toronto on Thurs. March 25th, Ethel Gladys, only d/o Mr. & Mrs. H. DENSEM, 354 Margaretta St., to Homer J. BROWN, only s/o Mrs. R. BROWN, 43 Moutray St. Toronto. To reside at 43 Moutray St. (also in 29th March)

WATT – CLUFF: On Jan. 30th, Howard G. WATT, late of the RAF, and Viola CLUFF, youngest d/o Mr. & Mrs. L. CLUFF, Cowan Ave., Toronto.

Monday, 29 March, 1920

HIBBS – THOMPSON: At the home of the bride's parents, Norton Ave., Frances Mary, only d/o Mr. & Mrs. Thomas THOMPSON married Sidney H. HIBBS. Bride was attended by Miss K. BENFORD. Groom saw three yrs. service in France with the 87th Battalion. He was supported by Mr. Herbert MOULTON. To reside at 21 Norton Ave.

BUTT – GLOAK: Isabel, youngest d/o Mr. & Mrs. D. GLOAK, Osler Ave., married to Mr. Harry BUTT of Toronto. Miss Lily TAYLOR attended the bride and Mr. George TAYLOR attended the groom. Groom served 4 yrs overseas with the CEF.

BRITTON – HARRIS: In Agincourt, of Miss Florence Annie HARRIS to Mr. William Allan BRITTON, both of Agincourt. To reside in Agincourt.

BOWEN – HUGHES: At St. Annes Church, Gladstone Ave., Edith, only d/o Mr. & Mrs. E.J. BOWEN married Mr. Fred S. HUGHES, d/o Mr. & Mrs. S. HUGHES of Toronto. Bride was attended by Miss Edna WOODS and best man was Mr. H. BOWEN, brother of the groom. To reside at 1111 College St.

WILLIAMS – ALLAN: At home of bride's parents, Avenue Road Hill, on March 27th, Florence Lillian Watt ALLAN, younger d/o Mr. & Mrs. A.A. ALLAN to Dr. John Roy WILLIAMS, s/o the late Dr. John Hay WILLIAMS of Ashville NC. To reside in Ashville. (also in 30th March issue).

Tuesday, 30 March 1920

CUNNINGHAM – HENDERSON: At the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. J.J. EATON, Indian Rd., of Lillie, d/o the late Rev. Dr. W.C. and Mrs. HENDERSON of Guelph, to Mr. E. CUNNINGHAM of Guelph. To reside in Guelph.

MALTBY – FREEMAN: At St. Leonards Church, North Toronto, Ida Frances, 4th d/o Mr. & Mrs. J.W. FREEMAN married Herbert Stanley MALTBY, s/o Mr. & Mrs. Isaac MALTBY of Brampton. Bridesmaid was her sister, Winifred FREEMAN. Best man was cousin of the groom, Stanley MALTBY. To reside in Brampton.

VAN RJEMSDYK – HAY: At Knox Presbyterian Church, Gladys HAY, only d/o the late R.F. HAY of Winnipeg, married L.J. F. VAN RJEMSDYK. Bride was given away by her aunt, Dr. Josephine WELLS. Miss Jaunita MOORE sang during the signing of the register. Reception held at the home of Mr. & Mrs. C.P. WELLS, 34 Boustead Ave. To reside in Winnipeg.

LAMBERT – COURTICE: At Sherbourne St. Methodist Church this evening, Nursing Sister Irene Pearl COURTICE, d/o Mrs. R.T. COURTICE, Gerrard St East, marries Capt. Rev. Sidney LAMBERT, chaplain at Christie St. Hospital. Miss COURTICE graduated from Toronto General Hospital and went overseas in 1913 with University Base Hospital Unit. On return to Canada became sister in charge at Whitby Hospital. The bridegroom left his congregation in Daysland Alberta to go overseas. He lost a leg while fighting with the 50th Battalion at Lens.

WARREN – MERRITT: On March 27, at Holy Trinity Church, Lucy Mable, youngest d/o Mrs. K.J. MERRITT to George R. WARREN of Toronto

McGOWAN – KINSEY (engagement): Engagement is announced between Ruth Ellen, d/o the late Mr. & Mrs. W.W. KINSEY of Bracebridge Ont., and Mr. G. Frederick McGOWAN of Toronto. The marriage to take place at the end of April.

Wednesday, 31 March, 1920

McNEILL – HAMILTON: At 3:00 this afternoon at Parkdale Methodist Church, Miss Edna E. HAMILTON R.N., d/o Mr. & Mrs. William HAMILTON, Toronto, and Dr. Samuel Johnston McNEILL of Chicago, s/o the late Mr. & Mrs. James McNEILL, Hopkinton Ia. Matron of honour was sister of the bride, Mrs. James A. GILPIN. Dr. Charles SHOTT of Chicago was best man. Ushers were Capt. W.G. HAMILTON of Toronto and Mr. G. Powell HAMILTON of Guelph. Reception at the home of the bride's parents, Beaty Ave. To reside at 5491 Wayne Ave., Chicago

JONES – MURRELL: At the home of Mrs. L. MURRELL, Myrtle Ave., of her only daughter, Alpha Savilla, to Mr. John JONES of Ivy Ave. Dr. LONZ of Riverdale Methodist Church officiated. To reside at 59 (or 39) Myrtle Ave.

HOKEA – SHELDON: On Mon. March 29, Dorothy SHELDON of Toronto to Ben HOKEA of Honolulu.

LACY – PHILLIPS (engagement): Mr. & Mrs. John L. PHILLIPS announce engagement of their daughter Grace to Mr. William C. LACY, the marriage to take place shortly.