I received the 300 cigarettes sent by the club today and thanks a million. They were a God-send as I am going on nine days leave tomorrow and I just had about a hundred cigs to take with me. You don't know how glad I was to get them. You girls have really looked after me well in the way of cigs and I really appreciate it. Maybe I'll be seeing you soon. Thanks again. All the best of luck.
Donald Corley November 10, 1944 Local Boy Is Coming Home Again
Mr. Garnet Corley informed the Post Thursday afternoon that he had a telegram at noon stating that his son, L.A.C. Don Corley who has been in England over three years is coming home. December 6, 1944 Cpl. Corley On Furlough In Lindsay
Joy came to the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Corley on the arrival Sunday at about 6 P.M. of their son, Cpl. D. G. Corley, who has been overseas more than 3 years, and is now spending a well earned leave, lasting until January 31, 1945.
Cpl. Corley went overseas in September 1941 and has been engaged in ground crew work during the time he spent overseas. No date CORLEY -- HARTWICK
A very pretty wedding took place at the home of the bride’s parents, 76 Colborne St. W., on Saturday, Sept. 1st, when Audrey Eleanor, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. Hartwick, became the bride of Donald G. Corley, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. Corley, of Lindsay. Rev. H. C. Wolfraim, of Queen St. United Church officiated.
The bride entered the room on the arm of her father, and looked lovely in a gown of fuchsia, carrying with her a corsage of sweet peas.
Following the ceremony, the young couple left on a motor trip to points west, and on their return will reside in Toronto.
Gnr. Wilbert Hartwick, brother of the bridge, who recently returned from overseas, was in attendance for the wedding.