Papurau Newydd Cymru

Chwiliwch 15 miliwn o erthyglau papurau newydd Cymru

Cuddio Rhestr Erthyglau

19 erthygl ar y dudalen hon





LOCAL WEDDINGS KIBBLER-GRIFFITHS. The marriage took place at St. Peter's Church. Carmarthen, on Saturday last, of Mr. Herbert T. Hamilton Kibbler, of Southern Nigeria, West Africa, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kibbler, of Cressy-road, Roath Park, Cardiff, to Miss Annie Muriel Griffiths, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. Compton Griffiths, King-street, Carmarthen. The Rev. B. Parry Griffiths, M.A., officiated. The bride, who was given away by her father, was attended by Miss Gwladys Thomas, of Dysgwylfa, Carmarthen, as bridesmaid, and Mr. Fred G. Humphreys. Carmarthen, was best man. At., the ceremony a reception was held at the bride's home. Later in the day Mr. and Mrs. Kib- bler left for Liverpool and London for their honey- moon. REES-RICHARDS. An interesting wedding took place at the Pcm- broke-terrace Welsh C.M. Church, Cardiff, on Tuesday, the contracting parties being Mr. Edward Walter Rees. cashier at the London and Provincial Bank, Carmarthen, younger son of 1ir. Richard Rees, J.P., Machynlleth, a prominent Montgomery- shire public, man, who is chairman of the County- Finance Committee and a county magistrate, and Miss Fanny Richards, second daughter of Mr. Ic Thomas Richards, late of Pentre, Rhondda, and niece of Mrs. John Richards, Goleufryn, Whit- chuich, near Caidiff. The ceremony was performed by the Archdruid (the Rev. Evan- Rees). and the Rev. M. H. Jones. M.A.. Ton Pentre. The bride, who was given away by her uncle (Mr John Richards), was charmingly attired in a champagne dovety cloth costume, with hat to match. Mr. J. Emrys Thomas, Myrtle Villa, Carmarthen, was best man. A reception was afterwards held at Goleu- frvn. Whitchurch, and later in the day the nappy couple left for London, where the honeymoon is being spent. They were the recipients of many valuable presents from a wide circle of friends. Mr. and Mrs. Rees are very well-known m Carmar- then and district, having resided there for over ten years. Mr. Rees, who comes of a famdy who have figured prominently in the public life of Mont- gomeryshire. is an ardent Welsh Nationalist, and has been actively identified with many important movements in Carmarthen. He was honorary Iwere- t,.rv of the National Eisteddfod held at Carmarthen in 1911, and in that capacity he contributed largely in ensuring the great success which attended the national festival of that year. He is hon. sec. and treasurer of the Carmarthen Cymmrodorion since its inception, and the present flourishing condition of that society is in no small measure due to his un- remitting labours on its behalf; has served on the committee of the Carmarthenshire Antiquarian Society and Field Club from the time of its formation: is a life member of the Gorsedd; as well as a member of the National Eisteddfod Association and the Welsh Folk Song Society. A keen sportsman, the popular out-door games carried on at Carmarthen have also found in him an active supporter. He was instrumental in starting the Carmarthen Golf Club, and for seven years acted as its secretary; captained the Tennis Club last. year, and when the local cricket club was in existence he was a regular member of the team. DAVIES—JONES. At the Union-street Chapel, Carmarthen, on Tues- day, December 1st. a very pretty wedding was con- tracted between Mr. David Davies, Cefn, Rhydar- gaeau. and Miss Mary Jane Jones. Rhiwdywvll, Abergwili. The bride, who was daintily attired, was attended by Miss Lizzie Jones. Nantybwla (sister of bride), while the duties of best men were discharged by Mr. David J. Thomas, Llwynmartin (cousin of bridegroom). The Rev. J. T. Gregory, Peniel, assisted by the Rev. W. Lewis, Llanpumpsaint. per- formed the ceremony. The bridal party was then conveyed by motor-car to Nantybwla Farm, where the wedding breakfast was partaken of. Amongst the guests who sat down to the sumptuous spread prepared by Mrs. Jones (mother of bride, were the Rev. J. T. Gregory, Rev. W. Lewis. Rev. — Roberts. Elirn Rev. T. Thomas, Ynvstawe; Mr. and Mrs. Jones, Beulah Mr. and Mrs. Jones. Dany- graia; Mr. and Miss Davies, Gwarcwm; Mr. Ed- words. Ab-rvstwvtll; Mr. Jones. Rhiwdywvll; Mr. and Mrs. D a vies. lTwchgwili: Mr. Griffiths, Henallt- I fawr. etc. The happy couple later in the day left for London, where the honeymoon will be spent. Numerous presents have been received.















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