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On September T Miss Ethol Isabel Lang, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Lang, of Sydney, was married to Mr. JameB Brun ton Gibb, only son of Mr. and Mrs. James Gibb, of Drummoyne, at the Presbyterian Church, Drummoyno, which was beautifully decorated for the occasion. The Rev. S. B. Reid officiated. The bride, who was given away by her uncle (Mr. Frank Furness), woro a gown of white crepo Romaine, trimmed with Bllver loco and dinmente clasps. Tho train was of white georgette, lined »vlth palo pink crepe de Chine, having clusters of hand- made silver flowers. Tho Brussels lace veil was lent by Mrs. F. Stutehbury. The bride's bouquet was of white and palo pink hyacinths. The bridesmaids wero Mlssos Ruby Lang and Elsie Gibb, who wore mauve and silver shot baronet satin and lemon georgette respec- tively. The boskots which they carried wore ot hyacinths and pansies, and were the gift of the bridegroom. Mr. Herbert Dcmpsoy was best man, and Mr. E. Marland Nield groomsman. The reception was held at Sar- gent's, Market-street, »vhero tho bride's mother entertained the gueBts. Tho brido travelled in a fawn gabardine three-piece frock, with Paisley overblouso, and hat of
cinnamon and fawn.