Wedding – Dunning & Vernon (picture)

August 1941

Mexborough & Swinton Times – Saturday 16 August 1941

The wedding took place at Conisborough Parish Church on Monday of Miss Susan Marjorie Dunning, youngest daughter of Mrs. and the late Mr. W. H. Dunning, of 6, Ellershaw Lane, Conisborough, and  Mr Wilfred Vernon, eldest son of Mrs. A. Raynor and the late Mr. Levi Vernon, of 61, Warmsworth Street, Denaby Main.

Given away by her brother-in-law, Mr. George Frederick Sanderson, the bride was attired in a gown of white satin beanie on a frilled net skirt. She wore a veil and coronet of orange blossom and carried pink roses. The chief bridesmaids. Miss Florence May Raynor and Miss Myra Whitehead, wore dresses of blue net over silk taffeta with head-dresses to match and carried ivory backed Prayer Books, while two smaller maids, Misses Rosie and Enid Sanderson, wore dresses of pink figured silk taffeta and carried flowers. The chief bridesmaids received necklaces from the bridegroom and the younger ones were presented with bangles .

Mr. Richard Durrans was best man and the groomsman was Mr. Jack Knowles. The bride has been employed as an usherette at the Denaby Empire and was presented with a tea set by members of the staff.