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Cuddio Rhestr Erthyglau

14 erthygl ar y dudalen hon


Rhestrau Manwl, Canlyniadau a Chanllawiau

HALKYN. INTERESTING WEDDING. On Tuesday, the 14th instant, a wadding in which much interest was evinced in the distriot was solemnised at St Mary's Ghurob, Halkyn, the officiating clergyman being the Rev. A. J. M. Green, rector. The contracting parties were Mr Balderstone Cocker, Cburehtown, Sonthport, aod Miss M. L. A. Harper, eldest daughter of Captain B. Harper, Halkyn. The bride (who was given away by her father) looked charming in a grey drdas, trimmed with eream satin and ohiflon gtey shaded straw hat, tnmmed with cream moire ribbon. cream tips and mignonette. She also wore a gold brooch and chain, the gift of her father. She oaaried a 'shower' beaquet of ehoioe white flowers. She was attended by three bride-imaids, Miss Roberts (Chester View), who was attired in a lovely prey dress trimmed with grey shaded silk aad chiffon. cream hat with cream laoe and forget-me- nots Milssa Beenie Cooker (sister of the bridegroom) and Maud Harper (e ster of the bride), who wese elegantly attired in cream cashmere dresses, trimmed with eream ribbon and obiffon, with cream hats trimmed with chiffon and ribbon. The 4 best man was Mr T. D. Harpsr, Rhyl (brother of the bride). After the oeremony the party adjourned to the r.sidenee of the bride's father, where they were entertained to a sumptuous breakfast. The wedding oake waa supplied by Messrs. Bolland and Son, Chester. Early in the afternoon the bridal party drove in a brake to Chester, and from thenoe the bride and bridegroom left by train for Sonthport, their future home. The following is a list of presents received Capt. Harper (father of the bride)—Cheque and silver castors Mrs Harper (mother of the bride)—Household linen Mr and. Mrs 15. W. Harper (brother and sister-in-law of the bride)-Hot water apirit kettle Mr T. D. Harper (brother of the bride)—Silver cruet Miss Nan. Hamper (sister of the bride)-Blaok and copper fenier aad fireirons complete Mr and Mrs S. M. Harper (brother and sister-in-law of the bride) -Afternoon table cloth Miss Katie Harper (sister)-Tea service and picture Miss Esther Harper (siater)- Trink"t eet Miss Maud Harper (dater)-Bamboo afternoon tea table Master Wil ie Harper (brother)-Breakfast ornet Miss Bessie Cooker (sister of the bridegroom)-Oil painting Mies Williams, Kent (ooutiin of the bride)—Hand embroidt red table cloth Misses Bessie and Annie Harper (nieces of the bride)-Silver talt oellars and spoons Miss Roberts (Chester-view)—Handsome oak and silver bisonit barrel Mrø S. Jones, Bryn Glas—Damask toilet covers Miss Hugbea, Prestatyn-obeese stand Mrs Owen, Bethesda Set of serviettes Miss Owen, Botboada-Bread tray Mr Hesketb, Bolton-Silver dinner cruet Mies Abbott, Bolton-Handsome dinner service Employes at the Penybryn mine-Handsome olook and view Mr F. Jenes, Mold—View Mr H. Ll. Jones, Mold-Embroiderel table cloth Mr E. Prioe, ironmonger, Mold—Set of t- ays Miss Price, Mold-China flower pot Misses Haghes, Flint—Embroidered tet cosy Mr and Mrs Redfern, Penybryn—Afternoon table oloth Miss Davies, Schools, Halkyu-Silver piukle fork Mr Pollitt and Miss Holding, Bolt)n-Handmome toilet servioe Mr Albeit Hughes, Boughton-Bilwer breakfast cruet Miss Bessie Hedge, Birmingham—Silver and ohina breakfast cruet Mr and Mrs Rogers, Royal Oak Ion-Handsome oheese dish Mrs Roberts, Chester-view Handsome white damask table oloth Miss Pol ie Roberts, Obestot-view-Cheese dish (shell pattern) Rev. A. J. M. Green aad Mrs Green-Flowers and pietore Mr H Taylor, Bolton—Copper kettle Mrs Taylor—Set of sauoepans Mies Taylor—Macrame work Miss E A. Taylor—Antimaaarsars Mrs Andrews, Southport-Set of fireirons Miss Green, Bolton—Set of,glass dishes Miss Maggie Smith, Bolton—Vases Miss Ethel Stone, Bolton-Vases






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