1927 Marin Marriage Announcements
The Marin Journal, Thursday, June 2, 1927
Anselmo Couple To Wed Sunday Morning
Miss Sylvia BIGGIO will become the bride of Frank J. PAILLE
at a pretty church wedding Sunday morning.
The bride elect is the daughter of Mrs. A. Canepa of San
Anselmo. Miss Biggio was educated in the local public schools and for the
past few years has been employed in San Francisco. The groom to be who
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Paille of San Anselmo, is in the employ of
a large paper house in San Francisco.
The marriage will take place at St. Anselm’s church. Miss
Hazel Casino will be the bridesmaid and Joseph Pahnke, the best man. A
reception will be held at the bride’s home after the ceremony. Over fifty
invitations have been issued for the affair. A five o’clock supper will
be served and dancing will pass the evening hours.
The young couple are planning a two week honeymoon in
Los Angeles. They will return to make their home in San Francisco, where
they have already leased a cozy apartment.
Jackson Wedding Sunday
Miss Alice McNEILL will become the bride of Frederick
JACKSON at a pretty house wedding at the home of her aunt, Miss Katherine
Clancy, in Tiburon, Sunday, at high noon. The ceremony will be performed
by Father Thomas Clancy, uncle of Miss McNeill. Miss Evelyn Donnelly will
be the bridesmaid, and Charles McNeill Jr., brother of the bride-elect,
will be the best man.
The popular young bride-elect is the daughter of Charles
McNeill Sr. of Tiburon. The groom-to-be is in the employ of the Northwestern
License Issued to Tomales Couple
A marriage license was issued to Tony AZEVADO and Rose
PACHECO today. Both of the young people are from Tomales.
Couple Get Marriage License
A marriage license has been issued to Emile CANEPA and
Della HEALY, both of San Rafael.
The Marin Journal, Thursday, June 9, 1927
Ahern Becomes Bride of Albert Kirby
The wedding of Miss Alice Ahern to Albert Kirby was solemnized
last evening at 8 o’clock at St. Raphael’s church. Rev. William Fleming
read the impressive service. Miss Gertrude Ahern, sister of the bride,
was her attendant; Harold Healy was the best man.
The bride was gowned in a while georgette frock and wore
a small white hat. Her attendant wore a georgette gown of dainty yellow.
A reception at the home of the bride’s parents followed the ceremony.
The young couple left on a honeymoon which will be spent
in the southern part of the state; they will make their home in Los Angeles,
where the groom is employed.
Mrs. Kirby, who is very pretty and popular, has been complimented
at a number of pre-nuptial affairs and showers. She is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. James B. Ahern, pioneer residents of t his city. The groom
formerly resided in San Rafael where he has many friends.
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