George Cork

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George Cork - i). m. Mr. anil Mrs. George Cork, well known...
i). m. Mr. anil Mrs. George Cork, well known residents of Speaker township. were dclightlully surprised on Wednesday, Wednesday, 1 icceniber lVtli, is'j.t, by the unexpected arrival of their Htcr, Mrs. liosa Lee James, of Chicago. Although this event, was considered anything hut a misfortune, it did not come ping-ly, ping-ly, but was followed later in the day by tho also unheralded arrival of II. E. Lee and Mrs. N. G. Muir, of Almont, Mrs. N. J. King and Mrs. Willard Stocker, of Metamora, tho brother and sisters of Mrs. Cork. A merrier, jollier house party would bo hard to find. Two delightful day were spent, replete replete with mirth, jests, games and music, not forgetting to mention the delicious home fare and luxury laden tables, but as the bitter and the sweet and punshine nnd darkness are ever closely mingled in our lives, so the joy of meeting must give place to tho sadness sadness of parting, yet the memory of those two perfect, happv days will henceforth prove a benediction to all who participated. Tho delightful reunion reunion was concluded on Friday morning, morning, the 28th, by tho christening of Mr. and Mrs. Cork's youngest child, James Merrill Cork, to whom Mrs. Ilosa Lee James stood godmother. The ceremony ceremony was deeply touching and im- firrsiive. Our congratulations and est wishes are with the parents and little son James. whoe little barque has teen so auspiciously launched on nis i stormy uas. (

Clipped from The Yale Expositor11 Jan 1895, FriPage 4

The Yale Expositor (Yale, Michigan)11 Jan 1895, FriPage 4
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