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The Daily News Obituaries
July 1960

 

The Daily News
July 16, 1960
Page: 9
Bay Roberts -
Mercer - Mercer Wedding

A quite but pretty wedding was solemnized at the United Church, Harbour Grace on Saturday, August 6th, when Rev. Dr. J. L. Reynolds united in Holy Matrimony Lillian Pearl, daughter of Mr. Baxter and the late Susie Mercer of Shearstown to Herbert S., eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mercer of Bay Roberts.
The bride was dressed in a white taffeta gown with matching bridal headband and accessories and a corsage of carnations.
Her only attendant, Miss Cavell Fry, Shearstown, a life long friend wore a white street length dress with matching accessories and a corsage of sweet peas.
Mr. Gerald French, another life long friend, ably supported the groom.
Following the ceremony, a reception for the immediate families was held at the home of the groom's parents.
The newly weds will shortly return to Schefferville, Quebec, where the groom is employed.
Best wishes are extended for every happiness in the future.


The Daily News
July 17, 1960
Page: 2
Spaniard's Bay -
Smith - Penney Wedding

The marriage of Verna Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Smith of Tilton, and Samuel, son of Mrs. Ethel and the late John Penney of Salmon Cove, Carbonear, was solemnized in All Saints Church, Tilton on Saturday afternoon, August 13, at 4 o'clock. Rev. E. Willis performed the ceremony and the organist was Mrs. Maxwell Adams.
The bride wore traditional white and carried a bouquet of red carnations and rosebuds, while her sister, Doreen, as maid of honour, wore a gown of lemon nylon with matching bandeau. Bridesmaids were Lucy Penney, sister of the groom, and Mabel Sheppard, who wore gowns in shades of pink and blue respectively. Because the bride's father is presently working outside the province, the duties of father-giver were performed by her uncle, Eugene Smith; best man was Ernest Penney, the groom's brother and the bridesboys were Derrick Penney, his cousin and Walter Gosse, the bride's cousin.
Following the motor drive for a brief call at the home of the groom at Salmon Cove, a reception was held at the Anglican School at Tilton, where the wedding supper was served and the usual toasts honoured.
For the present, Mr. and Mrs. Penney are residing at Tilton.


The Daily News
July 18, 1960
Page: 14
Sadie Kennedy
- Passed away on July 16th, Mrs. Sadie Kennedy, widow of the late George Kennedy, age 59. Leaving to mourn two sons, Ray and Gerard, two daughters, Mrs. Ed Tobin and Gabrielle, one brother, Jack, Cape Breton, two sisters. Funeral takes place today, with Requiem Mass at St. Patrick's Church, 9 a.m. Interment at Mt. Carmel Cemetery. (Cape Breton papers please copy.)


The Daily News
July 28, 1960
Page: 5
Spaniard's Bay -
Rees - Vokey Wedding

A very pretty wedding was solemnized at Holy Redeemer Church, Spaniard's Bay on Saturday, July 23, at 4 p.m., when Ruby Olive, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Vokey of Spaniard's Bay, and Mr. Wilfred Clayton Rees of Bell Island were united in Holy Matrimony. Rev. Isaac Butler, B.A., performed the double ring ceremony.
To the strains of the Bridal Chorus the bride entered the church looking very lovely in a ballerina-length gown of white nylon lace and tulle over satin, with bouffant skirt, and topped with a short-sleeved bolero. Her shoulder length veil of nylon net with daintily embroidered edging fell from a coronet covered with pearls and sequins. Her bouquet consisted of red roses. The bride was given in marriage by her father.
The bride's only attendant was Miss Inez Rees, cousin of the groom, and she was dressed in a waltz length gown of sapphire blue chiffon and carried a bouquet of blue and white carnations.
Little Marilyn Green, the bride's niece, was an adorable flower girl in her charming dress and matching accessories, while her contemporary Randy Sullivan, the bride's nephew, ably performed the duties of ring bearer.
The best man was the bride's brother-in-law, Mr. Leo Green.
The reception was held at the delightfully Benville Tea Rooms, Brigus.
(Gowns by Premier Garment; cake by Baine-Johnston; photo by E. H. Vokey)

 

 

Page contributed by Bob Vokey

Page Revised by Ivy F. Benoit ( Thursday May 16, 2013 )

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