MISS NEVA CARR-GLYN and Mr.
John Paul Tate, who have been as- sociated in many A.B.C. broadcast plays, surprised their friends when they an- nounced yesterday that they had been quietly married last Friday at St. Mark's Church, Darling Point, by Canon H. W. A. Barder. They have known each other for 14 months, but for the first time they played opposite each other last Sunday night when they appeared in the A.B.C. competition play, "The Little Black Hen" by Charles Porter, of Brisbane. The bride, who is the only daughter of the late Mr. Arthur Carr-Glyn and of Mrs. Carr-Glyn, of Sydney, wore a white din- ner gown designed on Grecian lines, and studded with gold around the neckline and sleeves. Her high turban was also white.She was attended hy her sister Mrs. William O'Neill. The bridegroom is the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Stoddard Tate, of Mosman, and his bro- ther Mr. Peter Tate, was best man.
MET ON SHIP
Miss Mary Margaret Doyle, of Oil City, Pennsylvania, and Mr.Kelse Ray Staple- ton of Honolulu were married at St. John's Church, Darlinghurst, yesterday afternoon, by the Rev. C. A. Lucas, and surprised all their friends.
They met on board ship little more than a fortnight ago, arrived in Sydney last week, and will return to America shortly.
The bride who was unattended,wore a frock of soft dusty pink and grey silk with green accessories and a mink coat. After the ceremony, a small reception was held at the Australia Hotel.