Marriage announcements – 1920s

Evening Advocate, September 21, 1920

A very quiet and pretty wedding took place at Hodges Cove on Thursday, Sept. 10th, when Mr. Joseph Smith of Gooseberry Cove led to the altar Miss Alice Spurrell, daughter of Mr. Uriah Spurrell of Butter Cove, T.B. The bride was beautifully attired in a travelling suit of white with pink sash. The brides girl was Maria Spurrell sister of the bride and Mr. Donald Balsam assisted the groom. The present of the groom the brides girl was a gold pendant. Mr. Moses Spurrell acted as best man. The flower girls were Miss Hiscock and Miss Mary Jane Smith. After the Ceremony was performed, the happy couple motored to Butter Cove, where sumptuous supper was held, alter which the happy couple motored on to Gooseberry Cove to their future home. The young folks heartly enjoyed themselves in a dance. We wish Mr. and Mrs. Smith bonvovage over the Matrimonial Sea.
TWO OVER-SEERS, Hodges Cove Sept. 10th 1920.


Transcribed by Wanda Garrett, February 2021
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