Sally & Dwight Wedding The Portsmouth Herald Feb.10, 1968 pg 6 col 1
MltS. mviGHT EDWARD BARNEY (Jeeves Studio) Sally H. Willard Wed To Dwight E. Barney DURHAM - The marriage'a street of Miss Sally Hart Willard,]green daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rob-' oil P. Willard of Durham, to Dwight Edward Barney, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Barnev of i j la Tiiton, look place recently in tile Community Church. Daniel Novotny conducted the double ring ceremony. Mrs. Robert Keesey was organist. Given in marriage by her father, father, the bride wore a white full length gown designed with an empire waisl and bodice and sleeves of re-embroidered lace cnrr taffeta. The A-line skirt was in crepe. Her two-liered, fingertip veil of illusion fell from a headpiece of fabric leave and lily of Ihc valley and she carried' a cascade of white anc vcliovv roses. Her headpiece was a large, green velvet carried gold bow and and she b r o n chrysanthemums and poms. Hial besl man his brother.; Ushering Ihe guests were Goodrich of .Manchester and Joel Willard of Medfield, Mass., brother of the britlc. For her daughter's wedding. Mrs. Willard chose a white suit with green accessories and; a corsage of vellow sweetheart; v roses. Mrs. Barney, mother l Skippers To Present Program After a wedding trip to In-:: n Tiie lilnlhm Skippers will present. Univer.i.y u ; Xew ,, , -.,, n p , Â° . . . ; in diana. the couple will make home in Haiippaiigc. Long land, N.V tor traveling. f lhc Miss n . , 1 T h e Mrs. Barney is a member of UK- tliiss o. l%8 at Ibrictc wore a navy and white ' knit suit wilh navv accessories. their arnh performance in the! r ish nd past 20 years in New England] Uni vcrsilv of New Hampshire :f errc d when thcv anncar at the meet- u-iiii ilm ria^^ if i%7 anH when they appear at the meel-j u -iili ihc"Class of 1367 and is; ing of the Catholic Women's 1 arr instructor at Ihe Slate : ijf ]c " Club Wednesday at B p.m. in;University of New York r o n l 'cultural and Technical College! s St. Michael Parish Hall. The girl and boy skippers. 1 ,,, Farmingdale. X.Y.