An interesting wedding was celebrated at Christ Church, Milton, on April 24, when Mr Roy Stephen Potter (eldest son of Mr. and Mrs J. S. Potter, Overend street, East Brisbane), was married to Miss Corona Irene Iselin (second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Iselin, Given terrace, Paddington). The Rev. V. H. White house officiated. The bride's beaded frock was of ivory crepe de Chine, relieved with georgette, edged with guipure lace and trimmed with beads. Her cap and veil, which were kindly lent by Mrs Goo stry, were in fan effect, trimmed with 0range blossoms. She carried a bouquet of cactus dahlias. Miss Edna Potter (sister of the bridegroom), who attended as chief bridesmaid wore a frock of peach pussy willow, with a hat to har monise Miss Jean Iselin (sister of the bride) who was also in attendance, wore a frock of powder blue crepe de Chine, with a mastic hat. Little Gwennie Iselin (niece of the bride), who acted as train bearer), was frocked in pale blue crepe de Chine with which she wore a tricotine cap. Mr. Oswald Pickwell and Mr. Jack Rogers acted as best man and groomsman respectively. The bride's mother's frock was of plum flowered crepe de Chine, trimmed with coffee lace, and worn with a black georgette hat. The mother of the bridegroom wore a frock of navy satin check crepe de Chine, with a black ribbon hat. The reception was held in
Christ Church Parish Hall, when relatives and friends to the number of 80 were entertained. The bride's travelling frock was of navy crepe de Chine, relieved with sunburnt crepe de Chine with a
hat to tone.