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WEDDING EDOLS—BOOTH (Article), The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate (NSW : 1892 - 1954), Saturday 23 April 1949 page Article 2014-10-25 18:50 Charles JSdoln, which took place
Booth chosc a frock of embroid
fitting srapless bodice under a
bolero buttoned to a Peter Pail
three-tic-red cut tulle veil was
Edols were bridesmaids? They
frocks, also in white, with squsiro
necklines and short Hleeves.
posies. Tlie bridegroom's brother
}: roomsman.
RanclifT.
Booth of Dubbo, and the bride
groom the elder ^on of Mrs.
Charles Edold, which took place
Booth chose a frock of embroid-
fitting strapless bodice under a
bolero buttoned to a Peter Pan
three-tiered cut tulle veil was
Edols were bridesmaids. They
frocks, also in white, with square
necklines and short sleeves.
posies. The bridegroom's brother
groomsman.
Rancliff.
Booth of Dubbo, and the bride-
groom the elder son of Mrs.
WEDDING HOLLIS—HARPER (Article), The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate (NSW : 1892 - 1954), Thursday 31 March 1949 page Article 2014-10-25 18:48 HOLLIS— HARPER ;
Tho wedding was celebrated
by Rev. F. N. Biddle at , the
Methodist Church, Bondi, 011 i
March 24th of Jean Elizabeth I
Mrs. E. Harper of 'Herbert- I
en Dttnno and Captain Harold
Holliss of Townsvilie, Queens
The bride ? chose a chartreuse
French crepe frock with con
trasting hat and nigger acces
sories and handbag spray _of
Muriel Gilmore-Smith of Mus
wellbroolt wearing a burgundy
spending their honeymoon vis
iting Dubbo and Townsvilie
[ prior to their departure for
t England in early May.
HOLLIS— HARPER
The wedding was celebrated
by Rev. F. N. Biddle at the
Methodist Church, Bondi, on
March 24th of Jean Elizabeth
Mrs. E. Harper of 'Herbert-
on' Dubbo and Captain Harold
Holliss of Townsville, Queens-
The bride chose a chartreuse
French crepe frock with con-
trasting hat and nigger acces-
sories and handbag spray of
Muriel Gilmore-Smith of Mus-
wellbrook wearing a burgundy
spending their honeymoon vis-
iting Dubbo and Townsville
prior to their departure for
England in early May.
DISTRICT NEWS NARROMINE WEDDINGS White—Golding (Article), The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate (NSW : 1892 - 1954), Saturday 19 March 1949 page Article 2014-10-25 18:46 Holidaying iu Sydney Is Miss
M. Warren, of the Coiyrt House
' Mrs. W. Cluff, of Third Avcn
ue sustained a broken log when
Amy Godwin, of Mcryula Street
have returned home ? after holi
daying in Melbourne, '
' Recent new! arrivals .. include
a daughter td Mr. and Mrs. G.
Tapp and a 'son to Mr; and Mrs.
K. .Waddeil; . ? ' 1 ,- Mxr
Holidaying iu Sydney is Miss
M. Warren, of the Court House
Mrs. W. Cluff, of Third Aven-
ue sustained a broken leg when
Amy Godwin, of Meryula Street
have returned home after holi-
daying in Melbourne.
Recent new arrivals include
a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. G.
Tapp and a son to Mr. and Mrs.
K. .Waddell.
DISTRICT NEWS NARROMINE WEDDINGS White—Golding (Article), The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate (NSW : 1892 - 1954), Saturday 19 March 1949 page Article 2014-10-25 18:44 Rose's, zinnias, asters' and'fern
I decorate the local Methodist
?wedding of Joycc Veronica
Arthur Edgar Balderstone, el
dest son of Mrs. J. 'Jacobson, of
E. Ealderstone, of Lancoster,
yoke and short sieevcs.
which was appliqucd with ros
ettes of the same material. -
She also wore a coronet- of
which held in place the embroi
bouquet was of carnations, as
gloves completed the bridal at
of slinset pink shadow org'andi,
over taltcta, featuring a fitted
Her small net crownlcss hat
was trimmed with pink car
nations and blue d.clphiniums.
roses, carnations and 'blue del
man;
During the signing of the re
gister Miss Coral McKlnnon
sang very sweetly. She was ac
companied -by Mrs. A. Godwin.
cropc frock was relieved with a
shoulder spray of cream rose
shiny black straw and- she .wore
She was assisted by the bride
led carnations. ? 1
When she left for the honey
Bond!, the bride Wore an at
crepo With a. tucked fitted bod
icc and full skirt. ? ?
? A light-woignt coat. of aqua
blue, with - tan and white hat
and siloes, tan gloves and white
handbag, completed the en
live in Narromine,
Roses, zinnias, asters and fern
decorate the local Methodist
wedding of Joycc Veronica
Arthur Edgar Balderstone, el-
dest son of Mrs. J. Jacobson, of
E. Balderstone, of Lancester,
yoke and short sleeves.
which was appliqued with ros-
ettes of the same material.
She also wore a coronet of
which held in place the embroi-
bouquet was of carnations, as-
gloves completed the bridal at-
of sunset pink shadow organdi,
over taffeta, featuring a fitted
Her small net crownless hat
was trimmed with pink car-
nations and blue delphiniums.
roses, carnations and blue del-
man.
During the signing of the re-
gister Miss Coral McKinnon
sang very sweetly. She was ac-
companied by Mrs. A. Godwin.
crepe frock was relieved with a
shoulder spray of cream rose-
shiny black straw and she wore
She was assisted by the bride-
red carnations.
When she left for the honey-
Bondi, the bride wore an at-
crepe with a tucked fitted bod-
ice and full skirt.
A light-weight coat of aqua-
blue, with tan and white hat
and shoes, tan gloves and white
handbag, completed the en-
live in Narromine.
DISTRICT NEWS NARROMINE WEDDINGS White—Golding (Article), The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate (NSW : 1892 - 1954), Saturday 19 March 1949 page Article 2014-10-25 18:41 B i5¥ j
A wedding of much local In
when Monica, youngest daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Gold
ing, of Merilba Street, Narro
son of Mr. and Mrs. H. 'Li-Whitc
| also of Narromine: .. .
The bride chose ' a frock of
satin-trimmed ' white ' marqui
white satin collar and was light- ]
ly beaded ' in silver ? ' '1. I
Trails of wl'|it2 satin roses j
trimmccl the full skirt and the
same roses were 1 a feature of
the short puiifod slecvcS... ?' ,
Elbow-length vliitc kid glov
es Were also worn and the bride
carried a bouquet of .gardenias,
and tuberocss, While ' a corohet
of- gardenias- held in placc the
embroidered tulle veih - ? «?
- The bridegroom's sister,. June,
attended ' the bride. Her frock
collar at tile high neckline. The
same satin was used in trimm
roses, pink gladioli and- blue
small floral curvctte, and she
Mr. Bill Golding, .brothel' of
the bride, was best man. ?
Hotel Australia, the bride's
mother ' chose a smart black
crcpc frock trimmed with gold
and wore black accessories. Her j
trimmed with pink and. black
and black accessories. Pirik car
spray. The two-tiered Wedding
When leaving for -Katoomba,
with an unprcssed pleated skirt '
and low neckline, trimmed -with
in Narromiiic.
Balder stone— King
DISTRICT NEWS
A wedding of much local in-
when Monica, youngest daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Gold-
ing, of Merilba Street, Narro-
son of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. White
also of Narromine.
The bride chose a frock of
satin-trimmed white marqui-
white satin collar and was light-
ly beaded in silver.
Trails of white satin roses
trimmed the full skirt and the
same roses were a feature of
the short puffed sleeves.
Elbow-length white kid glov-
es were also worn and the bride
carried a bouquet of gardenias,
and tuberocss, while a coronet
of gardenias held in place the
embroidered tulle veil.
The bridegroom's sister, June,
attended the bride. Her frock
collar at the high neckline. The
same satin was used in trimm-
roses, pink gladioli and blue
small floral curvette, and she
Mr. Bill Golding, brother of
the bride, was best man.
For the reception held at the Hotel Australia, the bride's
mother chose a smart black
crrpr frock trimmed with gold
and wore black accessories. Her
trimmed with pink and black
and black accessories. Pink car-
spray. The two-tiered wedding
When leaving for Katoomba,
with an unpressed pleated skirt
and low neckline, trimmed with
in Narromine.
Balderstone— King
WEDDING THOMPSON—CORRY (Article), The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate (NSW : 1892 - 1954), Tuesday 22 March 1949 page Article 2014-10-25 18:36 THOMPSON— C0RRY
Kogarah, on Saturday, Febru
ary 5, when Evelyn Anne, eld
C. V. Corry, Souter Street, Kog
arah Bay, and grand daughter
was held In place with a wreath
Their matching erawnless pic
ture hats were roiled back re
Thompson, and Mr. VV. Sharpe.
Soldiers' Memorial Hall, Rock
guests, assisted by Mrs. Thomp
THOMPSON— CORRY
Kogarah, on Saturday, Febru-
ary 5, when Evelyn Anne, eld-
C. V. Corry, Souter Street, Kog-
arah Bay, and grand-daughter
was held in place with a wreath
Their matching crownless pic-
ture hats were rolled back re-
Thompson, and Mr. W. Sharpe.
Soldiers' Memorial Hall, Rock-
guests, assisted by Mrs. Thomp-
TRANGIE WEDDING MacDougall—-Richardson (Article), The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate (NSW : 1892 - 1954), Saturday 19 March 1949 page Article 2014-10-25 18:35 and decorated by the . bride's
trailing masses cf tuberoses,
carried a. silver fox bolero, the
gift of her father. Before re
will ; spend their honeymoon at
Coast.. ?
Among the visitors to Tran
and .Mrs. Wilson, sister, and
brother-in-law of the. bride
groom, from Warwick, Queens
land; Mrs. V. Patrick, of Brigh
ton-le-Sands; Miss J. Mclnnes,
and Mrs. A. Symons, of Dcnili
Mr. and Mrs. E.. S. Forrest, of
and decorated by the bride's
trailing masses of tuberoses,
carried a silver fox bolero, the
gift of her father. Before re-
will spend their honeymoon at
Coast.
Among the visitors to Tran-
and Mrs. Wilson, sister, and
brother-in-law of the bride-
groom, from Warwick, Queens-
land; Mrs. V. Patrick, of Brigh-
ton-le-Sands; Miss J. McInnes,
and Mrs. A. Symons, of Denili-
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Forrest, of
TRANGIE WEDDING MacDougall—-Richardson (Article), The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate (NSW : 1892 - 1954), Saturday 19 March 1949 page Article 2014-10-25 18:33 During tile signing of tlve re
gister solos . were rendered by
Mrs. K. Dyster with Miss Dulcic
After the ceremony the re
of the Memorial Hall. To re
was smartly dressed in a hydran
with opalescent bead ti'immings
on epaullettes and basque. Hnr
with Her long suede gloves. A
spray of pink carnations com
pleted ;her. attire. She was as
sisted by the bridegroom's moth
Whose' delightful gown of old
was matched by a curvctte of
flowers ot deeper tonings. She
The brnnkfnsf .wan hr»1H tn-!ho
beautifully decorated with mas
and arranged by Mcsdamcs A.
K. Butter, C. Smart aiid H.
Goldsmith. The four-tiered Wed
ding cake, niado by the bride's
During the signing of the re-
gister solos were rendered by
Mrs. K. Dyster with Miss Dulcie
After the ceremony the re-
of the Memorial Hall. To re-
was smartly dressed in a hydran-
with opalescent bead trimmings
on epaullettes and basque. Her
with her long suede gloves. A
spray of pink carnations com-
pleted her attire. She was as-
sisted by the bridegroom's moth-
whose delightful gown of old
was matched by a curvette of
flowers of deeper tonings. She
The breakfast was held in the
beautifully decorated with mas-
and arranged by Mesdames A.
K. Butter, C. Smart and H.
Goldsmith. The four-tiered wed-
ding cake, made by the bride's
TRANGIE WEDDING MacDougall—-Richardson (Article), The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate (NSW : 1892 - 1954), Saturday 19 March 1949 page Article 2014-10-25 18:31 TRANGIE ' ?
| - WEDDING ; 1
Presbyterian Church, Tran]gie,
beautifully decorated last Sat
of Dawn Mansfield, only dauglir
ter of Mr. and Mrs. N, B. Rich
and Allan Ian, younger son' of
penormed by Rev. K. Dyster. .
? The bride, who was given
high neckline, long sieevcs and
sole adornment 011 the gown
was the satin petal trimming bn
the round yoke line. The three?
of gladioli and tuberoses. i
-? The bridesmaids, Misses Pat
Bonnie Richardson, cousins : of
the bride, were particularly at
with fitted bodices, and bouf
slipper, satin. Their crownless
hats of gold lame were tied be
.ribbon which matched their
gladioli and asters. .
- The flower girl, Prue Wilson,
Messrs. Bruce Wilscn and Lcs
TRANGIE
WEDDING
Presbyterian Church, Trangie,
beautifully decorated last Sat-
of Dawn Mansfield, only daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Rich-
and Allan Ian, younger son of
performed by Rev. K. Dyster.
The bride, who was given
high neckline, long sleevrs and
sole adornment on the gown
was the satin petal trimming on
the round yoke line. The three-
of gladioli and tuberoses.
The bridesmaids, Misses Pat
Bonnie Richardson, cousins of
the bride, were particularly at-
with fitted bodices, and bouf-
slipper satin. Their crownless
hats of gold lame were tied be-
ribbon which matched their
gladioli and asters.
The flower girl, Prue Wilson,
Messrs. Bruce Wilson and Les
WEDDING DAVIS—WARD (Article), The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate (NSW : 1892 - 1954), Thursday 17 March 1949 page Article 2014-10-25 18:28 Evans, cousin of the bride, frock
ed in pink spotted net over tal- '
feta with' a tulle poke bonnet to
Groomsmeh were Mr. Glen Jen
with shell-like back mounted irv
chrome, the reciprocal gift. being
a leather travelling case, initial
led. The attend, 'Ms were pres
cnted with strings of 'Singlish
pearls and the flower. girl with a
gold bar brooch , with , her '.name
Miss E. Hole presided at the or
?gan and Miss Ailsa Meers saing -
Ave Maria. ' '' ?
Mr. George Cameron was chair
man at the reception guests be
ing received by the bride's mo
ther, wearing-.blue moss crepe
trimmed with navy, navy acces
sories and'- a1 shoulder -spray of
orchids. The bridegroom 's mo
ther wore brown .crepe with ac
cessories to match . and u .spray
The wedding cake was made by1
the bridegroom 's mother.1' '
Tlie bride's travelling dress was
chartreuse green crepe Vltli pep
lum, applied witii green, wlthj
a draped skirt, and brown acces
sories. - ;
The honeymoon was spent mo^
toring on the South Coast. V
Evans, cousin of the bride, frock-
ed in pink spotted net over taf-
feta with a tulle poke bonnet to
Groomsmen were Mr. Glen Jen-
with shell-like back mounted in
chrome, the reciprocal gift being
a leather travelling case, initial-
led. The attendants were pres-
ented with strings of English
pearls and the flower girl with a
gold bar brooch with her name
Miss E. Hole presided at the or-
gan and Miss Ailsa Meers sang
Ave Maria.
Mr. George Cameron was chair-
man at the reception guests be-
ing received by the bride's mo-
ther, wearing blue moss crepe
trimmed with navy, navy acces-
sories and a shoulder spray of
orchids. The bridegroom's mo-
ther wore brown crepe with ac-
cessories to match and a spray
The wedding cake was made by
the bridegroom's mother.
The bride's travelling dress was
chartreuse green crepe with pep-
lum, applied with green, with
a draped skirt, and brown acces-
sories.
The honeymoon was spent mo-
toring on the South Coast.

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