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The Random Guardian, May 1965, Page 15



A very pretty wedding was solemnised on April 21st when Meta Ruby Marsh and Malcolm Churchill were married in the Anglican church. The reception was held in the Orange Hall.

Visiting for the Easter holidays wore:

Miss Mildred Stoyles, who visited her pa rents and family. She has returned to Woody Island whore she is in the teaching profession; Baxter and Jim Smith and families wore also home and Velma Smith, who is attending school at Salvage, accompanied by Angola Brown of Salvage, spent a few days at home.

Mr. and Mrs. (Const.) Stanley Wicks of St. John's spent Easter Sunday hero. They visited Mrs. Wicks' brother, who was a patient at Welwyn Hospital. Nelson and Richard Harsh and Genevieve Marsh of St. John's spent a few days here when they attended the wedding of their sister, Meta.

Arthur Hall, Anglican teacher spent the Easter holidays at his home in Newtown, Bonavista Bay.

Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Stoyles, Sr. have returned from Glenwood where they spent the winter months.

A stork shower was held at the’ home of Mrs. Frances Stoyles for her daughter, Daphne, Mrs. Edgar Holloway of St. Jones' Within. Gifts were opened by Mrs. Raymond Frost and cards read by Mrs. Clayton Frost. An enjoyable evening was spent by all who attended.

Ross Stoyles has been transferred to Harbour Breton where he is employed with Curran & Briggs.

Get well wishes to Mr. George Smith, Mr. William James Balsom of Southport, A. Spurrell of Queen's Cove and Mrs. Lillian Langer of Gooseberry Cove.

A baby girl was born to Mrs. Violet Strickland of Mount Pearl (the former Violet Smith of Hillview)