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The Daily News Obituaries
June 1959

 

The Daily News
June 22 1959
Page: 16
Roland Yetman
- Died suddenly on June 19th, at the General Hospital, Roland Yetman, aged 43 years. Leaving to mourn wife, Mabel; father, stepmother, five brothers, Arch, William, Robert, Fred and Jimmy; also two sisters, Pearl and Shirley. Funeral will take place this morning, June 22nd, at 11:30 from his father's residence, 37 Smith Avenue, by motor hearse to the Anglican Cemetery, Forest Rd.


The Daily News
June 30 1959
Page: 9
Spaniard's Bay -
Barrett - Smith Wedding
Barrett - Bishop Wedding

A double ring ceremony was performed at St. John the Evangelist Anglican Church, Bishop's Cove on Saturday, June 20 at 3 p.m.
Evelyn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George F. Barrett of Bishop's Cove was united in marriage with Cecil, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Bishop of Hatchet Cove. Her brother, Eric Maxwell was married to Nellie May, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Smith of Bishop's Cove. Both were double ring ceremonies.
Both brides wore almost identical gowns. Evelyn's bridesmaids were Miss Frances Smith and Miss Ruby Bishop, with Ruby Barrett and Ruby Parsons as flower girls. Harold Tucker and George Barrett attended the groom Cecil Bishop.
Nellie May was attended by Louise Peddle and Betty Smith, while Goldie Barrett was the petite flower girl. Supporting the groom were Joseph Peddle and Thomas Smith. The fathers of the brides did their respective duties and Mr. Nathaniel Barrett ushered. Mrs. Lewis Menchions presided at the organ.
The reception was held at Pike's Hotel, Harbour Grace, where the usual toasts were honoured with John R. Barrett as emcee.
Mr. and Mrs. Barrett will in future reside at Dunville. Mr. and Mrs. Bishop at St. John's.

 

 

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