Betty Victoria Veinot and Elizabeth Mabel Sach - Hundreds of sorrowing friends gathered at Epworth United Church at New Germany on Friday afternoon, Sept. 19th, to pay their last respects to Elizabeth Mabel Sach and Betty Victoria Veinot, whose deaths resulted from injuries received in a car-train accident on Sept. 2nd., which also claimed the life of the former's brother, Ernest Sach. All three young people were popular in their home community and took active parts in all young people's work, being members of the Junior Choir, of the United Church and officers in the Young People's Union of the church. Elizabeth and Ernest were grade XI pupils of North Rosedale school and Betty was to have entered the Bridgewater Commercial School this fall. They will be sincerely missed by young and old alike. For the funeral service both caskets were placed before the flower banked alter, a profusion of beautiful tributes, expressing the deep sympathy of their many friends. Rev. P.B. Chisholm of Mahone Bay, conducted the service, assisted by Rev. Frank W. Lacey, of Riverport and Rev. Murdoch Fraser, of Brooklyn. Elizabeth Sach was buried beside her brother in the New Community Cemetery. Betty Veinot was also buried in the Sach lot. The committal service was conducted by Rev. P. B. Chisholm, assisted by Rev. Francis Scoates, of Blue Rocks, Rev. John MacDonald, Liverpool and Rev. MacQuarrie, of Port Mouton. The late Betty Victoria Veinot, who passed away at the D.M. Hospital, Bridgewater, on Tuesday Sept 9th, was born in Farmington 17 years ago, a daughter of the late Mrs. Nora Veinot. She leaves one half sister, Miss Jennie Veinot, of Newburn. for some years Betty had been a ward of Children's Aid Society and had lived at the home of Mrs. Harry Tretheway, New Germany, and was held in high esteem by everyone who knew her. The late Elizabeth Mabel Sach passed away on Wednesday morning, Sept. 10. She was the 15 year old daughter of Rev. and Mrs. George W. Sach, of New Germany, and was born in Makkovik, Labrador, where her parents were serving as Moravian missionaries. She spent four and one half years in England attending school where she won the tennis racquet of the school, emblematic of excellence in sports. She was also a talented musician. She came to New Germany three years ago when her parents came here from Jamaica to take up the duties at the United Church of Canada. She leaves her parents, one sister Margaret, 11 years old, and an aged grandmother in London.
St.John's Anglican Cemetery
February 14, 1940.
New Germany Youth Dies in Tragic Highway Accident 1957
Clarke Bernard Tipert, 17 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Tipert, New Germany, met almost instant death in a highway accident on Sunday night, May 19. The fatality occurred about 9 o'clock on the Lake Road when the victim ran across the highway to join a companion in a waiting car. He apparently failed to notice the approaching car in time to stop and fell in the path of the vehicle, said to have been driven by Dr. W.C. Annand of Bridgetown. Dr. A.L. Cunningham, coroner, attended the victim and empanelled a jury, who
viewed the body and then adjourned until Wednesday evening when an inquest was held. R.C.M.P. of the Bridgewater Detachment investigated.
Clarke was the oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Tipert (nee Gladys Varner) and was a Grade 11 student at the New Germany Rural High School where he was a member of the Senior Choir. He was also a member of the New Germany Community Band and a former member of the Niobe Sea Cadets. Besides his parents, he is survived by two young brothers, Garry and Christopher. The funeral was held from St. John's Anglican Church, New Germany, on Tuesday afternoon, May 21, conducted by the rector, Rev. W.A. Trueman. Interment was in the Anglican Cemetery, New Germany.
Fred C. deLong
Carman C. deLong
Basil G. Oickle
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