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BOXING-DAY WEDDINGS AT PEM- BROKE DOCK. CHAPEL—UBEENK. On Boxing Day a very pretty wedding.was cele- brated at Gilgal Baptist Church, the contract- ing parties being Miss Ethel Greene, niece of Mr. W. Nicholas, Nelson Street, and Mr. Fred- erick George Chapel, Princess Street. The marriage ceremony was performed by the pastor of the Church, the Rev. T. Williams. The bride was attired in a pretty cream costume, with a large brown hat. The bridesmaids were Miss T. Nicholas, cousin of the bride, and Miss L. Chapel, sister of the bridegroom. The former was dressed in a smart costume of heliotrope with hat to match and the sister of the bride- groom in a costume of brown, with hat to match. The best man was Mr. H. Cornish, of iailford. The bride was given away by her, uncle, Mr. W. Nicholas. As the happy couple left the church they were showered with con- fetti and rice by their many friends. Both Mr. and Mrs. Chapel were the recipients of numer- ous useful presents, some of which weTe very costly and valuable. HUDSON-ROBERTS. On Boxing Day a very pretty wedding was celebrated at Bethany Baptist Church, Pem- broke Dock. The contracting parties were Miss Harriett Roberts, eldest daughter of Mr. Nath- an Roberts, foreman of Highways, and Mr. Russel James Hudson, of Devonport. The ser- vice was conducted by the Rev. J. D. Jones, pastor of the church. The bride was attired in a very smart costume of cream cashmere, with hat to match. The bridesmaid was Miss Mary Roberts, sister of the bride, and was attired in a cream blouse and grey skirt, with hat to correspond. The duties of best man were per- formed by Mr. Thomas Roberts, brother of the bride. The bride was given away by her father, Mr. N. Roberts. An the couple were leaving the church they were showered with confetti. After the wedding ceremony had been performed the group were all photographed and a reception was held at the house of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Hudson were the recipients of, numerous presents, most of which were of a valuable nature. The newly-wedded couple left by the 6 p.m. train for Cardiff en route for Devonport, where they will spend their honey- moon. RAHN—JAMES. On Saturday (Boxing T)ay), a very pretty wedding was solemnized at St. John's Church, the contracting parties Tbeing Miss Marena C. James, daughter of Mr. W. James, of Pennar, and Mr. H. W. Rahn, son of Captain Rahn. of Cardiff. The Rev. J. Titus officiated. The bride was charmingly attired in a green cos- tume, directoire style, and large white silk hat. She wore a gold bracelet and necklet, gifts of the bridegroom, and carried a beautifully bound prayer-book, the gift of a friend in Italy. The bride was given away by her father and the bride's brother, Mr. J. James, acted as best man. The bridesmaids, Miss E. M. James and Miss F. L. James, sisters of the bride, were prettily attired in cream and grey striped costumes and large grey silk hats. They wore gold pendants, the gifts of the bridegroom, and carried white prayer-books, given them by the bride. The "bride's mother wore a costume of dark blue with hat to match, while the three youngest sisters of the bride wore cus- tumes of brown. On leaving the Church Men- delssohn's Wedding March was played by Mr. Geyton Edmunds. A reception was afterwards helcl at the bride's home, to which a number of guests were invited, and where the wedding presents were on view. Mr. and Mrs. Rahn left Pembroke Dock by the 6 o'clock train for Cardiff, accompanied by the good wishes of many friends.








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