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ENGAGEMENTS. PYBUS-CCMIKG. The engagement is announced of Miss Doris Marjorie Pybus, voungest daiighter of 3£r. W. R. PybuB. flinders street, to Mr. Arthur Cumins, third son of Mrs. R. Burns Cuming, Lnley Park. PHILLIPPS— DEAN The engagement is announced of Miss Kathleen Phillipps, second daughter of Mr. W. Herbert Phillipps, of Craigmellan, Edwin terrace, Gilberton. to Mr. William   Svdney Dean, eldest son of Col. and Mrs. G. H. Dean.   WEDDINGS. NiakOLS-EIGGS. At the Gawler Methodist Church »n Saturday, November 29, Mr. Arthur E. i Nichols of Kent Town, and Mies Cla.-a ] B. Riggs. daughter of the late Mr. H. -T- 1 Biggs, of Bentlev, Gawler, were married. I The weather was unpleasantly hot, and it I was a distinct tribute to the popularity! of the bridal couple that so many of their \ friends undertook the journey to Gswter, , compartments having been reserved for them on ihc J.20 p.m. tram. Complete arrangements Had beon made for their conveyance to and from teh railway sta tion and the church. The ceremony, was performed by the Bev. J. H. XieH (brother-in-law of the bride), and E. 0. Piper, and Mrs. G. Fergusson acted as organist. The bridegroom was supported by hig brother (Mr. 0. F. Xichole ) ami the bridesmaids were Misses Florrie Addis, Margaret Cmmingham. and A. Mar, nieces of the bride, who was given away by her brother (Mr. A. H. Riggs). The bride's wedding frock was of whito ?Swiss lace and insertion over Japanese ! hIk slip, touches of satin and orange t blossom, white chip hat -trimmed with { tul!e and feathers, lined with pale-pink j ninon. Her travelling costume was a I cream cloth coat and skirt, black veiv-t f-ollar, \rith black and white pearl but tons, Panama hat swathed with creim »lk. crimson sunshade. VMies F. Adtlis wore white Swiss muslin, daintily trim med with Val lace, pale-blue ninon belt and sash, white muslin and lace hat. with pale bine ribbon and pink and bine posiev. She carried a pink bouquet and stream ers, and wore a turquoise pendant, the gift of the bridegroom. The other two tit tle bridesmaids were sweetly dressed. Each of them received from the bride groom a turquoise and pearl .circle brooch. After the ceremony the guests adjourned to the residence of the bride. Mars HilL where refreshing relief from the heat was obtained, and a felicitoun hour or two ?was spent. The usual to^st I list was honoured, and the wedding gifts I were greatly admired. Among those pr« | sent were: — Miss F. Riege, Mrs. A. ! Nicholls, Miss and Mr. FT J. Nichols, j Mr. A. Cjrnish, Masters Gordon and D. Cornish. Mrs. D. Gooch and Miss Gooeli. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Rig**, Master FJ I dred and Mies Margaret Biggs, Mr. and

Mi*. S. H. Bischoff. Mr. W. J. May, Mr. , K. Mav Miss Marjorie May Rev. Mr. and Mrs. 'J. H. Nteld, Mr. and . Mrs. Bsn nett, Mrs. Addis, Mr. C. and the Misses Addis, Mr. Cunningham, Mr. L. and Miss Evelyn Cunningham. Rev. and Mrs. G. K. Haslam, Rev. and Mrs. E. J. Piper, Mr. and Mrs. Dawkins. Col. and Mrs. Roberts. Misses A. and E Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. Collev. Mr. and Mrs. , Laflsr. Mrs: A. H. Harris and Miss' Syh-»- Hr_ ris, Mr. and Mrs. M. «. Smith, Drs. T- bin, J. S. Terco. and A. H. Dawes, Mrs. W. T. Verco. Misses .Verco. Mr. and Ms. F. A. Rice. Miss Gwen Verco. Mr. and Mrs. H. Chapman. Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Robertson. Mr.; Mrs., and Miss Farrant, Mrs. R- Cockbum, Mr. and Mrs. Hackett, Mr. and Mrs. A. AVeidenhofer, Mr. Ru dall. M.P., Mrs. S. B. Rudall. Mr. Pou der. M.P., Mrs. W. and Miss Harris, Mr. and Mrs. J. Fergusson. Mrs. and Misess Bamet, - Mr. Frank Stevens, Mrs. iod Miss Ponder, Misses W. L. Bird, Clutter buck (3), Casley, K. Lewis, D. Wflcos, and FerguEEon. ? (Continued on Page 4 )

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