Got M.C Yesterday
HJR. WILLIAM G. MOODY (Mareeba), whose marriage with Miss Janet East (Greenslopes) icill be celebrated in St. Stephen's Church, Coorparoo, at 2.30 p.m- to-day, ivas presented with the Military Cross by Sir John Lavarack at Government House yesterday.
For her wedding the bride will wear an heirloom cameo brooch with her gown of silk marquisette and satin and matching lace veil.
Miss Elaine Lind will be bridesmaid and Mr. G. T. East best man. The reception will be at the National Hotel. The couple will spend their honeymoon in Yamba and Grafton. A BOUFFANT frock of white organza over lace, and old world lace mittens, will be worn by Miss Fay R. Stewart (Coor paroo) for her marriage to Mr. John A. Moody (Mackay) in St. John's Cathedral She will be at tended by Miss D Watts, with Dianne Horn as flower girl. The reception will be at Nyumba, Coor paroo. Sydney and the Blue Moun tains have been chosen for the honeymoon. CRISP— BRIMDLECOMBE A RECEPTION at the Carring ton Lounge will follow the
marriage of Miss Marlon Brim blecombe (Ham ilton) and Mr. Georee R. CrlSD
(Greenslopes) in the Hamil ton Methodist Church. Miss B. Brimblecombe will attend the bride, who has chosen an after noon frock of delphinium blue. The honeymoon will be at Coolan gatta. NECKAR — RACHOW TWO of the oldest families of the x Logan district will be united when Miss Edna Rachow and Mr. C. F. W. Neckar, ex-A.IJ1. (both of Alberton) are married in St. Peter's Church, Alberton. The bride will be gowned in ivory lace and tulle. Her attendants will be Mrs. H. Pinnow. Misses E. Spann, G. Bahr, and P. Lehmann. The best man will be Mr. C. Spann and the groomsmen Messrs. N. Rachow and L. Beitz. BULWINKEL — GARRETT 'PHE Albert Street Methodist Church will be the setting for the marriage of Miss Charlotte W Garrett (Ashgrove) and Mr. Bar ton Bulwinkel (Valley). Miss S. England will attend the bride, who will wear ivory lace. The recep tion will be at McDonald's Cafe. The honeymoon will be spent tour ing the Northern -Rivers. MARTIN — HAM ANN MISS JOAN HAMANN will at tend her sister. Miss Marie Hamann (Nocthgalc) when she is married to Mr, James R. Martin (East Brisbane) in the Holy Trinity Church, Valley. The bride will wear a period gown of white embossed organdie, with a Mary Queen of Scots headdress. The re ception will be at the Carrington Lounge. The honeymoon will be ?pcn( at Yamba. BARRY— SHVTTLEWOOD A WHITE lace over taffeta gown n will be worn by Miss Lucy M. Shuttlewood (Toowong) when she is married to Mr. Walter R. Barry (Auchenflower) In St. Ignatius
Church. Misses M. Shuttlewood and L. Barry will be bridesmaids Messrs. C. Morris and T. Shuttle wood will attend the groom. PARSONS— HOLMES TVHE marriage of Miss Nita Holmes and Mr. Dudley R Parsons (both of Kedron) will be celebated in St. Andrew's Presby terian Church. Gowned in cream satin, the bride will be attended by Misses N. Holmes and M. Hal ford. The reception, will be at Lennon's, and the honeymoon at Mooloolaba. SIMPSON— LORD TTOR her marriage to Mr. Arthur O. Simpson (Kelvin Grove) in the Holy Trinity Church, Valley, Miss Mavis J. Lord (Herston) has chosen a cream satin gown cut on classical lines. Mrs. K. Diggles will be matron-of-honour. The recep tion will be at McDonald's Cafe.
THIEL — MILLER A RECEPTION at the Canberra will follow the marriage of Miss Merle Miller (Annerley) and Mr. John V. Thiel (Atchetley) in the Albert Street Methodist Church. Miss N. Wood will attend the bride, who will be gowned in off-white crepe beaded in pearl on the bodice. Sydney is the honeymoon destina tion. BUCHANAN — McCVLLOVGH A HONEYMOON at Tewantln will follow the marriage of Miss Cecilia A. McCullough (Nundah) and Mr. J. Ken Buchanan (Woo loowin) in the Corpus Christi Church. Misses J. and P. McCul lough will attend the bride, who will wear silk lace over taffeta. The reception will be at the bride's home. C ASS ID Y— ARCHER MISS ELEANOR A. ARCHER has chosen St. Mary Magda len's Church, Bardon, for her mar riage to Mr. John T. Cassidy. Frocked in white satin, she will be attended by Mrs. E. Gilligan and Miss B. Cassidy. with Kay Cassidy as flower girl. There will be a reception at Lennon's Hotel. KERR—LOFTHOUSE MRS. Keith Eales will be mat ron of honour at the marriage ot Miss Melva M. Lofthouse (Clay field) and Mr. Ian H. Kerr (Ked ron) in St. John's Cathedral. A gown of white sheer moss crepe will be worn by the bride. There will be a reception at Lennon's Hotel The honeymoon will be a tour of the Northern Rivers. DYNE— GEORGE HOLY Trinity Church. Valley. li will be the setting for the marriage of Miss Betty L. George (New Farm) and Mr. Clifford V Dyne (New Farm) The bride, who will be attended by Mrs. M.Cuth bertson and Miss B. Cartmill, will wear cloque crepe. The honeymoon will be spent In Sydney and Mel bourne.
POOLE— FEENEY WHEN Miss Muriel N. Feenej (Holland Park) is married to Mr. Harold E. Poole (Annerley) In the Holy Trinity Church, South Brisbane, she will be gowned In a period frock of lace and net over taffeta. Miss E. Gilbert will be, bridesmaid and Misses M. and Q. Poqle flower girls. The recep tion will be at the A.O.F. Hall. South Brisbane, and the honey moon at Sydney and the Blue Mountains. MURPHY— McGRATH FOUR bridesmaids, Misses M. and K. McGrath, C. Murphy, and P. Nemeth, will attend Miss Eileen McGrath (Goodna) for her marriage to Constable H. J. Murphy (Goodna) in St. Francis Xavier Church, Goodna. The bride will be frocked in white satin. The honeymoon will be spent at Sydney and Katoomba. TANNER— HAYES A RECEPTION at the West End ** School of Arts will follow the
marriage of Miss Constance B. Hayes (South Brisbane) and Mr. Clarence
G. Tanner (South Brisbane), in St. Andrew's Church High gate Hill. Misses E. Hayes and T. Plint will attend the bride, who will wear white satin and lace. The honeymoon will be spent at Coolangatta. RIDDELL— CUNNINGHAM WHEN Miss Mary M. Cunning ham (Coorparoo) Is married to Mr. Norman Riddell (Holland Park) in St. Andrew's Church of England, -South Brisbane, she will wear a gown of allover lace. Miss J. Cummings will bee brides J. Cummings will be bridesmaid. The honeymoon will be spent at Mooloolaba. NUNN—DUTTON THE marriage of Miss Maud but ton (Manly) and Mr. Alfred Nunn (North Tamborine) will be celebrated in the Wynnum and Manly Presbyterian Church. With her gown of white satin embossed in silver the bride will wear a gold locket more than 70 years old. Mis. V. Edward will be matron ot honour, and Judith Please flower girl. The reception will be at the bride's home. GILLIES — CRIMSON A RECEPTION at Prince's will follow the marriage of Mrs. Vera Grimson (Hamilton, late of Sydney) and Mr Thomas H. W Gillies (Alderley) in St. Paul's Presbyterian Church. St. Paul's Terrace. A pale blue crepe suit will be worn by the bride, who will be attended by Mrs. W. Simp son. The honeymoon will be spent in Bundabpre and Mackay. TONKS—DWYER THE marriage of Miss Patricia Dwyer (Gordon Park* and Mr Vlnce Tonks (Albion) will be celf-- brated In St. Carthage's Church. Gordon Park. Miss M. Mumford will attend the bride, who will wear white satin. The reception will be held at the Portland Lounge. South Molle island has been chosen for the honeymoon.