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Galt Reformer:--To-day at high noon at the Methodist Parsonage, the marriage was solemnized of Miss Ethel Mae Hallett, 19 Chisholm st., to Mr. Frederick Wm. Gunther, of Campbellford, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Gunther, of Milverton, Rev. A. J. Johnston performed the ceremony and the couple were unattended.
After the ceremony the party returned to the home of the bride where a dainty wedding dejuener was served at which there were present only immediate relatives of the couple.
The bride was the recipient of many beautiful and costly presents which attest to her popularity.
Mr. and Mrs. Gunther left on the 4.30 C. P. R. train on a wedding trip to Windsor, Detroit and other American cities, after which they will tale up thair residence at Fenelon Falls. The bride's travelling suit was of tailor navy serge with hat to match.
The many friends of the young couple will join in extending congratulations.
- Media Type
- Genealogical Resource
- Item Type
- Wedding Announcements
- Date of Publication
- 28 Jun 1912
- Date Of Event
- 20 Jun 1912
- Last Name(s)
- Language of Item
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