OJ NEWS - June 30, 1921

June 30, 1921

A quiet wedding took place at the Grace Methodist Church, Dartmouth,
N.S. on Friday, June 24th, When Hilda M., daughter of Mr. & Mrs. G. H.
FRENCH of Cambridge, England was united in marriage to Walter G.
THOMPSON of Oxford, N.S.
The bride was becomingly attired in a traveling suit of brown trimmed
with embroidery and wore a picture hat. The were unattended. The
ceremony was performed by Rev. A.B. HIGGINS, B.A. of Dartmouth, N.S.
After the ceremony the happy couple left by train for interesting points
in N.B. and P.E.I., upon their return they will reside in Oxford. The
best wishes of a host of friends follow them for a long and happy wedded

On Tuesday afternoon, 14th, Mrs. Hatter RECTOR, (nee Miss Hattie BOONE)
of Oxford and Mr. Ernest CUMMINGS of Stellarton were united in marriage
at the Methodist Parsonage, there. The happy couple left on the evening
train to visit friends in Oxford, Springhill and Parrsboro for a few
days. The groom is an engineer in the employ of the Acadia Coal Company
at Stellarton, where they will make their home. Many good wishes follow
them for a long and happy life.

At Amherst on June 16th, by Rev. C. W. ROSE, Richard ATKINSON of Halifax
and Miss Bertha ROSS of Amherst.
At Amherst, on Thursday, June 16th, by Rev. A.S. ROGERS, Leland BLACK of
Joggins and Miss Mae LINTON.

OBIT - Mrs. J. Philip BILL
The death of Josie, wife of J. Philip BILL, K.C. of the Justice
Department occurred suddenly at Ottawa on Saturday the 25th inst.
Mrs. BILL was a daughter of the late Mr. PATTERSON, of Five Islands,
N.S. whose sudden death in the woods, while land surveying, took place a
few months ago.
Mr. BILL is a son of the late C.R. BILL of Wolfville, N.S. and formerly
practiced his profession at Truro in partner with the late Judge