Dorothy and Tom Murray celebrating their 45th wedding anniversary at Savannah Lodge in the Cedar Harbour area of Innisfil. Dorothy is seated wearing a blue dress with a white lace collar, Tom is standing behind her in a grey three piece suit with Curley Bridges in a plaid suit. They are at a table with friends, the table is covered in cake, candles, flowers and drink glasses. Curley Bridges was a well-known singer in the Alcona/Barrie area during the 70s-90s. Born in 1934 in North Carolina, he died in 2014. Bridges led a storied life with music at its center. He played with Frank Motley and the Motley Crew, recorded four albums with Toronto’s Electro-Fi Records. He arranged and recorded Big Mama Thornton’s “Hound Dog” in 1954 which was later adapted by Elvis Presley as “You ain’t nothing But a Hound Dog”. This photo was taken inside the Savannah Lodge. Tom was born January 1, 1910 and passed away February 28, 1986. Dorothy (nee Woorden) was born March 3, 1912 and died January 9, 2009. They were married in Stratford, Ontario on June 11, 1938 and had their son, Wayne Murray, on March 15, 1940.