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GILLSON—KEN WORTHY. --

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GILLSON—KEN WORTHY. In the presence of a large congregation the marriage of Captain R. M. T. Gillson (Wiltshire Regiment) of Winchester, and Miss Ethel Kenworthy, of Victoria Street, Tenby, was solemnized yesterday (Wednes- day) afternoon at the Tenby Parish Church, the officiating clergy being the Rev. N. Chetwode Ram, M.A. (Rector) and the Rev. S. B. Williams, M. A. (curate). The bride, who was attended by Miss Eileen Summers and Miss Barbara Sewel, as maids, was given away by her father, whilst Captain Frank Dansey, (Wiltshire Regiment) acted as best man. The bride's dress consisted of a white satin skirt draped with chiffon and embroidered with pearl; a plain bodice with yoke and sleeves of Limerick lace a full Court train of white satin and a plain tulle veil with wreath of white heather and orange blossoms. The service was fully choral, Mr W. Cecil Williams, Mus. Bac., presiding at the organ. A reception was sub- sequently held at the Public Hall and attended by over a hundred guests. The honeymoon will be spent in Italy. The Public Hall and approach were specially decorated for the occa- sion, the yard having been converted into the courtyard of an Egyptian caravansera in a peculiarly suitable manner. The hall itself was arranged in a scheme of colour, in which olive green and old gold predominated. Mr and Miss Kenworthy received the guests at the large door under the gallery, whilst the happy pair took up a position against a bank of flowers and foliage near the centre of the room, where they received the congratulations of their numerous friends. The wedding-cake, mounted on a handsome silver stand, occupied a place of honour at the top of the room, whilst little tables loaded with flowers and dainty refresh- ments were dotted about the hall. The supper room was also fitted out with small tables and the splendid array of wedding presents were tastefully displayed upon long tables covered with pale primrose cloth and draped with silk tapestry. The floral decorations were carried out by Mr Edgar H. Jones, of The Gardens, Penally, and were most effective. The cham- pagne was Moet and Chandon's best vintage, and the whole affair right through was voted a great success. Photographs of the wedding guests, the bride and bridegroom, the presents, etc., were taken by Mr Arthur Squibbs, Naple- ton House Studio, Tenby. The arrangements generally were carried out by Mr F. B. Mason and his staff. During the reception Elliott's Quadrille Band from Pembroke-Dock played an appropriate selection. The carriages were sup- plied by Messrs. T. and H. Rees, of St. Mary's Street Mews, Tenby.

LIST OF PRESENTS.

BRIDEGROOM'S PRESENTS.

TENBY FISHING COMPETITIONS.

YESTERDAY'S COMPETITION.

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EXAMINATION RESULTS. --

JUNIOR CERTIFICATES.

SENIOR OXFORD—LOCAL.

FATAL GAS EXPLOSION AT NEYLAND.

THE INQUEST. --

ARRVIAL OF THE " CARMANIA."

PEMBROKESHIRE SITE VALUES.

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HAVERFORDWEST MYSTERY.

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POLITICAL AGENT AND PEMBROKESHIRE…

RIVAL TO FISHGUARD. --.'.,

VOTER ON HIS OATH. --

WORKHOUSE INMATES' WORK. ......

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CORRESPONDENCE. .v-

" A VISITOR'S NOTES."

TENBY FISHING COMPETITIONS.

UNIONIST PROSPECTS IN PEMBROKE.…

SENIOR CERTIFICATES.