Presbyterian Church, Toorak, was the scene yesterday of the marriage of Colleen, youngest daughter of Mrs Crozier, of Mildura, and the late Mr J. P. Crozier, to Wing-Commander Peter Jeffrey, DSO, DFC, RAAF, younger son of the late Mr A. L. Jeffrey, formerly of Tenterfield, NSW, and the late Mrs R. T. Kidd, formerly of Sydney. Rev Dr John MacKenzie officiated. The bride, who was given away by Mr C. M. Bow ring, was attended by her sister, Mrs J. McBeath, and wore a gown of cream and gold brocade, and car- ried cream lilies flecked with gold. Sqd-Ldr A. Rawlinson, DFC and Bar, RAAF, was best man.
The marriage of Sgt-Plt Frank Graham, RAAF, youngest son of Mr and Mrs W^G. Graham, Younger av, Caulfield, ahd Valerie, eldest daugh- ter of Mr and Mrs H. Nicholls. Cre- morne st, Balwyn, was celebrated at Holy Trinity Church, Kew. Arch- deacon Roscoe Wilson officiated. The bride, who was given away by her father, was attended by Miss Mal- vena Nicholls, and Sgt-Plt James Pope was best man.
The marriage of June, \ounger daughter of Mr and Mrs R. H. Begg, Winifred cres, Toorak, and John Noel Smith, AIF, only son of Mrs R. G. Noel Smith, Erilameet, Hamil- ton, was celebrated at St John's Church, Toorak, on .Wednesday. Rev M. Clarke officiated. The bride, who | was given away by her father, wore
I a white bridal gown with finger 1 tip veil. Mr John Reynolds was