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BLADIN-MAGENNIS.

At Jolr Station, Yass, the wedding w11» quietly celebrated last night of Miss Patricia Magennls, sooond daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Magennis, of Jeir Station, to Flight Lieutennnt K. B. Bladin, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Bladin, of Melbourne. Uev. Father O'Connor ofllclated. The bride's French gown was of pearl whlto nlnon, beaded In diamante' and pearls. A veil of point de flantlres lace fell over an elaborate train

to matoh the gown. She carried a sheaf oï pink and salmon shaded gladioli, with trails of stephanotis to the hem of the frock. The bridesmaid was Miss Phyllis Mngetinls, sister of the bride. She wore an old world froi'k of roBe georgette and taffeta, and carried an early Victorian posy of pink roses. ' Mr. Alec. McDonald was the best man. The reception was held at luo station homestead. Mrs. Magennls wore a gown of umethyst pleated georgette. Mrs. Bladin, the bride- groom's mother, assisted in ontortalnlng the

guests.

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