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Local Wedding. On W hit-Monday a pretty wedding was solemnised at St. John's Parish Church, Aberdare, by the Rev. K. 0. Carter, M.A. The contracting parties were Mr Edwin E. Morgan, son of Mr and Mrs. G. Morgan, b 3 Tanybryn Street, and Miss Edith Maud Powell, daughter of Mr and Mrs. W. Powell, 7 New Scales Houses, Llwydcoed. The bride was given away by her father. The bridesmaids were Misses F. Mor- gan, sister of bridegroom, and May Powell, sister of bride. Mr Percy Morgan, the bridegroom's brother, acted as best man. On emerging from the sacred edifice the wedded pair passed under an archway of rifles held by members of the Aberdare and Cwm- aman Sections of the Church Lads' Bri- gade, of which the bridegroom was formerly Lieutenant. The bride was prettily attired in a dress of ivory silk eoline, and wore a white hat with lancer feather. The bride's going-away cos- tume was a grey tailor-made. The bridesmaids were both charmingly attired in dresses of pale blue with lace tunics and tuscan hats, and also wore gold brooches, gifts of bridegroom. The Church, of which the bridegroom is an estemed sidesman, was crowded. At the nuptial breakfast held at the bride's home the following were pres- ent in addition to the aforementioned: Parents of bride and bridegroom; Messrs. Heber and Mark Morgan, brothers of bridegroom; Mrs. Davies and Miss Youdell, Trecynon; Nurse Jones, Newport; Mrs. Penry, Aber- cynon, grandmother of bride; Miss May Croft, Abercynon; Mr John Eynon, Aberdare; Mr and Mrs George Dean, Aberdare; Mr and Mrs Dean, Swansea, and Master Aubrey Dean, and Mrs. Tolley, aunt of bride. The wed- ding group was photographed by Mr J. Harris, Triumph Studio. The honey- moon is being spent in Hereford. Mr and Mrs. Morgan are the recipients of numerous presents.

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