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TRANGIE WEDDING Carman—Graham (Article), The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate (NSW : 1892 - 1954), Tuesday 18 November 1947 page Article 2014-10-23 10:42 son and family in Trangie, Mrs. W. El
dor returned to Narromine on Thurs
day , when she was accompanied by
Spending a holiday with, her parents,
M'-s. Scott and baby daughter.
Congratulations are also being re
Tomingley, whose babv daughter was
brother, Mr. Goirle, in Gulgong, Mrs
son and family in Trangie, Mrs. W. El-
dor returned to Narromine on Thurs-
day when she was accompanied by
Spending a holiday with her parents,
Mrs. Scott and baby daughter.
Congratulations are also being re-
Tomingley, whose baby daughter was
brother, Mr. Gorrie, in Gulgong, Mrs
WEDDING Scifleet—Richardson (Article), The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate (NSW : 1892 - 1954), Thursday 13 November 1947 page Article 2014-10-23 10:41 'Fineleigh,' Ballimore, to Dudley, son
'Yarrawonga,' Boomley, was celebrat
The bride wore a satin gown bro
caded hi silver with a veil and coronet
Miss Val Scifleet, sister of tlie groom.
Cross Tea Rooms. Monsignor O'Don
Mr. W. Crafton. cousin of the groom,
Amongst the visitors was Miss Ver
oniaa Scifleet, of Sydney, while guests
The bride chose a costume of. blue
fo'.' K ntnoniba, where the honevmoon
is to be spent. ? ?
'Pineleigh,' Ballimore, to Dudley, son
'Yarrawonga,' Boomley, was celebrat-
The bride wore a satin gown bro-
caded in silver with a veil and coronet
Miss Val Scifleet, sister of the groom.
Cross Tea Rooms. Monsignor O'Don-
Mr. W. Crafton, cousin of the groom,
Amongst the visitors was Miss Ver-
onica Scifleet, of Sydney, while guests
The bride chose a costume of blue
for Katoomba, where the honeymoon
is to be spent.
WEDDINGS Mills—Gibson (Article), The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate (NSW : 1892 - 1954), Thursday 13 November 1947 page Article 2014-10-23 10:21 -As ^ ma'trtin of ? honour, ' Mrs. -H.
I.liudy (nee Betty Hands - wore- n
frock of pale pink tulle- over -'taffeta
witih a '-picture - hat - off. -.crinoline stralw
:md .tuile: -rind . oarried- 'in- bbuciuet1 -of
'rale . pink- roses.--. .-?» '? 'V---- .»'«
Janice Moore the bridegroom's sis-,
ter, was flower girl 'weftririg-' a pale
jemon frock and' t-arryiiig ' ii basket
ol- golden ?'shads.-d'i-bsSs.'i''- -
Mr: Friink 'Moors,- the bridegroom's
orother; whs Best 'man'.*- . !'
' Guests v;erc' received''- at' : the Red
Gross Tearouns by 'Mrs; Poga'rty, ' Who
wore, black fiat crops with a spray 'of
pink ' gladioli, assisted 'b^'MrsirMadre,
who ch'Osci' black -satin iiiackr 'ci'epe with
ivhite'^liat ' and acieste'orie's' ? li.fi(i''{i
.;pray of- white1 l'dses;'' ' :
:' -During' the'si2nin? of 'the' ffifrlster',
Mi si ' Burg-ass sang -'Ave Sfaria;'' ? &ti-'
Cbmpanied by r^Iiss'' 'Hole', .-'who1 Sisa
played the 'We'dding Mai'th.;; 'At «th6
l'f'ception, 'Mrs. ' J: . '' isurpe's'S ' i rendered
the' 'solo' 'I'll walk- Beside ' you;'1' ac-
companied by her'- daughter. MOrlehe.
?Many-beautiful- 'preseitt's' ? \VeVe- te
cwved, also ? a -iiuftibei*- oK cheques1 a'iid
ccngratinatory ' telegrams;:
WTien 'leaving* jfoi-- the' 'honeymoon
«»',nich'(Lst bsiing' spent* in'c Katdomba
ond-. 'Sydney, '.-niic bride wore - a- light
'blues Gourtauld -silk Jroi'.: 'with |jici''fe's
t;ories-to maicli. °
As matron of honour, Mrs. H.
Drady (nee Betty Hands) wore a
frock of pale pink tulle over taffeta
with a picture hat of crinoline straw
and tulle, and carried a bouquet of
pale pink roses.
Janice Moore the bridegroom's sis-
ter, was flower girl wearing a pale
lemon frock and carrying a basket
of golden shaded roses.
Mr. Frank Moore, the bridegroom's
brother, was best man.
Guests were received at the Red
Cross Tearooms by Mrs. Fogarty, who
wore black flat crops with a spray of
pink gladioli, assisted by Mrs. Moore,
who chose black satin back crepe with
white hat and accessories and a
spray of white roses.
During the signing of the register,
Mrs. Burgess sang 'Ave Maria,' ac-
companied by Miss Hole, who also
played the 'Wedding March.' At the
reception, Mrs. J. Burgess rendered
the solo 'I'll walk Beside You,' ac-
companied by her daughter, Murlene.
Many beautiful presents were re-
ceived, also a number of cheques and
congratulatory telegrams.
When leaving for the honeymoon
which is being spent in Katoomba
and Sydney, the bride wore a light
blue Courtauld silk frock with acces-
sories to match.
WEDDINGS Mills—Gibson (Article), The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate (NSW : 1892 - 1954), Thursday 13 November 1947 page Article 2014-10-23 10:13 ?After the ceremony , a reception wa?
held 'at the home of tlia bride's- grand-
mptli'er, Mrs. ' JHazelgrove , of .Little: i
Church Street, B'e'ga-'' '-'4 V
Covering her pretty floral blue frocic
with a hlue coat and matching acces
Lakes Entrance. «,-- ?-
' Mi-and:Mrs. Watson will make their
future home at Ocean View, 'Pafribula:!
The marriago of Miss Mary Eliza
beth (Betty i fotraity, oidv' aaughter
cf Mr.: and Mrs. Wv 4Jv.-, Fo^artjv ill
.Bi'ltge Streat, and Mr.' Leslie ? Henry
.'VIoore. elder ' sen- of Mr. and Mr'syE.
G:; Moore, 12 Bultgc Street,- took place
at 3- p nl. on -Saturday, Novembei1- 8;
at the Catholic Presbytery, -which, had
been-. r pr-?ttil- decprated with- Arum
iill'es, sweet -peas- and roses, by 'friends
?A the bride. Rev. - Father KKeeni of
ficiated;-'- - ? -.'...
? -Giveh away by 'li'er father, the bride
was gowned in off white satin-, mack
\vith a sw'oetneart neckline, long close
fitting sleeves, and - a full skirt , finish-
in gin a train. Her embossed' -tulle -veil
was worn with- a- coronet -of- fresh
'towers -and her bouquet -was of Arum
jiiies,- orchids and gladioli. ? ?
After the ceremony a reception was
held at the home of the bride's grand-
mother, Mrs. Hazelgrove , of Little
Church Street, Bega.
Covering her pretty floral blue frock
with a blue coat and matching acces-
Lakes Entrance.
Mr. and Mrs. Watson will make their
future home at Ocean View, Pambula.
The marriage of Miss Mary Eliza-
beth (Betty) Fogarty, only daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Fogarty, 111
Bultge Street, and Mr. Leslie Henry
Moore, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. E.
G. Moore, 12 Bultge Street, took place
at 3 p.m. on Saturday, November 8,
at the Catholic Presbytery, which had
been prettily decorated with Arum
lilies, sweet peas and roses, by friends
of the bride. Rev. Father Rheem of-
ficiated.
Given away by her father, the bride
was gowned in off white satin made
with a sweetheart neckline, long close
fitting sleeves, and a full skirt finish-
ing in a train. Her embossed tulle veil
was worn with a coronet of fresh
flowers and her bouquet was of Arum
lilies, orchids and gladioli.
WEDDINGS Mills—Gibson (Article), The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate (NSW : 1892 - 1954), Thursday 13 November 1947 page Article 2014-10-23 10:09 .white linen suit, the jacket featuring
unusual pearl buttons .and;, pleated- skirt
: and. matching straw 'hat .'arid 'acdessor-
iiesflfor liev, marriagfe,, to, Mr. George
Watson at.St. Patricks Church, Bf,ja on
October 18. ? ?
- She carried an old world posy of
wille. For something old- the bride wore
. a- ^wo 'iiundred-year-old pendant of-'-'hel'
great grandmother., '? ' . -
Mrs. Ford, sister of tlie bridegroom,
blue crepe frock with a smart b'omVet
shaped hat and white shoes.'' Slie' car- i
ried a bouquet of lovely sliadecl Dow
Mr. Ernie Watson attended ...tlie
groom. :i .tit .-I
The bride is the youngest dangler
of Mr. James Hopkins' recently 'fetirec1.
Line Inspector of the Dnbbo Postal
staff an.i'r Mrs. Hopkins.-' The bridegroom
is the third son of 'Mr.' and Mrs. W.
Watson, well-known' residents of Bega
and district. iv: -\' r '
white linen suit, the jacket featuring
unusual pearl buttons and pleated skirt
and matching straw hat and accessor-
iies for her marriage to Mr. George
Watson at St. Patricks Church, Bega on
October 18.
She carried an old world posy of
tulle. For something old the bride wore
a two hundred-year-old pendant of her
great grandmother.
Mrs. Ford, sister of the bridegroom,
blue crepe frock with a smart bonnet
shaped hat and white shoes. She car-
ried a bouquet of lovely shaded flow-
Mr. Ernie Watson attended the
groom.
The bride is the youngest daughter
of Mr. James Hopkins recently retired
Line Inspector of the Dubbo Postal
staff and Mrs. Hopkins. The bridegroom
is the third son of Mr. and Mrs. W.
Watson, well-known residents of Bega
and district.
WEDDINGS Mills—Gibson (Article), The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate (NSW : 1892 - 1954), Thursday 13 November 1947 page Article 2014-10-23 08:56 , Messrs. Peter Gibson and Evan Mali
' pliant were grebmsmen; ?
'Guests 'were' entertained at the Red
Cross Tea -Boom's, where' they were
l'feceived by !ihe ; bride's -mother}' we&r-
?in;-?' a ' black ' crep'gi frock with pinkac
cessories and-iavispray of gladioli, as
sisted by Miss L. Dowling, in the s,b
sehce Of thfe^bri'degrobm's1 mcither;' who
chose tblack crfepei wibh matching a'c
e'essories' a'ndva^spr&v: of- red- proses:
Monsignor OiDonnelli';presided.--^
i Mrs. Mayinai-d.:-sans -'Avc\ MariaJ'
during: the sigiiirig of. the register and
Miss -Joan Gibson sit'n£' 'Because' ''at
the reception/' ?? :?
For ti-Avellirig, . the bride chose a
chartreuse a.reen' frock with black ac
cessories. The honeymoon ? is being
spent ':ji- Sydney. ' . ? -;
Watison— Hopkins
Messrs. Peter Gibson and Evan Mali-
phant were groomsmen.
Guests were entertained at the Red
Cross Tea Rooms, where they were
received by the bride's mother, wear-
ing a black crepe frock with pink ac-
cessories and a spray of gladioli, as-
sisted by Miss L. Dowling, in the ab-
sence of the bridegroom's moher, who
chose tblack crepe with matching ac-
cessories and a spray of red roses.
Monsignor O'Donnell presided.
Mrs. Maynard sang 'Ave Maria,'
during the signing of the register and
Miss Joan Gibson sang 'Because' at
the reception.
For travelling, the bride chose a
chartreuse green frock with black ac-
cessories. The honeymoon is being
spent in Sydney.
Watson— Hopkins
WEDDINGS Mills—Gibson (Article), The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate (NSW : 1892 - 1954), Thursday 13 November 1947 page Article 2014-10-23 08:53 WE D D I N © S
.Miijs— Gibson
Wearing a wedding gown of ?
white lace over satin willi a sweet
heart neckline, full skirl ami train,
and a uoor icngtn emhromerea
tulle veil held in place l-v a coronet
ot wliite ! roseoudt:, X'aiene Win
some, third- daughter ol' Mr. and
fllrs. A. H: Gibson, Willow Glen,
Clargo, eldest son of the late Mr...
H. Mills and Mrs. Mills of Padua,.
I.ane Cove. .? -.-
The ceremony took :place at 9 a.m.
on Monday, November 3, Rev. Monisg
lior O'Donnell officiating in St. Brig
irl's CUurclY, wliicii' was decorated
ty. heri father.
Misses Uaur'el and Shirley Gibson at
tended - their sister ' as 1 bhdesmaids. -
Miss t'aur'elvwore vwhit& figured neb
over tiaffeta, and Miss Shirley, white
crepe, both made with ' a 1 sweet, heai't
pink* 'picture hats 'ofn tulle ?'?With' blue
velvet 'trimmings arid blue and pink
i lowers; and- carried'- bouquets 'Of hvac
inths'in tv/o shades -of blue, pink car
ilations and' Talisman roses. ? . .
WE D D I N G S
Mills— Gibson
Wearing a wedding gown of
white lace over satin with a sweet-
heart neckline, full skirt and train,
and a floor length embroidered
tulle veil held in place by a coronet
of white rosebuds, Valerie Win-
some, third daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. A. H. Gibson, Willow Glen,
Clargo, eldest son of the late Mr.
H. Mills and Mrs. Mills of Padua,
Lane Cove.
The ceremony took place at 9 a.m.
on Monday, November 3, Rev. Monisg-
nor O'Donnell officiating in St. Brig-
id's Church, which was decorated
by her father.
Misses Laurel and Shirley Gibson at-
tended their sister as bridesmaids.
Miss Laurel wore white figured net
over taffeta, and Miss Shirley, white
crepe, both made with a sweetheart
pink picture hats of tulle with blue
velvet trimmings and blue and pink
flowers, and carried bouquets of hyac-
inths in two shades of blue, pink car-
nations and Talisman roses.
WEDDING Eden—Tomlinson (Article), The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate (NSW : 1892 - 1954), Saturday 8 November 1947 page Article 2014-10-23 08:47 Parramatta, where 200 guests were en
iiursir,2 training. ?
Major Unicomb,. of Lismore, capably
The bride's, mother and the bride
blue and red- flowers, respectively.
Tlie lucky person who caught tlie
Sister Peggy Crawford, of Concord Re
who were also the recipients of manv
North Coast, the bride travelled, in a
Lodge, Fairfield. .
Parramatta, where 200 guests were en-
nursing training.
Major Unicomb, of Lismore, capably
The bride's mother and the bride-
blue and red flowers, respectively.
The lucky person who caught the
Sister Peggy Crawford, of Concord Re-
who were also the recipients of many
North Coast, the bride travelled in a
Lodge, Fairfield.
WEDDING Eden—Tomlinson (Article), The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate (NSW : 1892 - 1954), Saturday 8 November 1947 page Article 2014-10-23 08:46 Citadel, Parrnmatta, at 3 p.m., or.
October 18, wlieu ? Ruth only daughter
eddge,' Polding Street, Fairfield, and
Street, Fairfield, .were joined ill lioly
matrimony by Major A. Unicomb. of
Tlie brido, who was given away. by
her father, wore . Salvation Army uni
tulle, she carried a ? bouquet of white
lilac, white gladioli and red roses. .
Attending the brido were Misses
Dorothy Eden (sister, of tlie bride
wore Salvation Army uniforms; with
blue cords and. tassels and headdresses
of blue flowers and tulle. Their bou
flower girl in, a pink frilled full-length
roses and. blue delphiniums.
The duties of best man and grooms
man were carried out by Captain Rod
Breathed O'er Eden,'' and then im
mediately before the marriage cere
sang tlie Consecration Hymn.
Eden — TQitilinson
Citadel, Parrnmatta, at 3 p.m., on
October 18, when Ruth only daughter
eridge,' Polding Street, Fairfield, and
Street, Fairfield, were joined in holy
matrimony by Major A. Unicomb, of the Salvation Army, Lismore.
Tlie bride, who was given away by
her father, wore Salvation Army uni-
tulle, she carried a bouquet of white
lilac, white gladioli and red roses.
Attending the bride were Misses
Dorothy Eden (sister of the bride-
wore Salvation Army uniforms with
blue cords and tassels and headdresses
of blue flowers and tulle. Their bou-
flower girl in a pink frilled full-length
roses and blue delphiniums.
The duties of best man and grooms-
man were carried out by Captain Rod-
Breathed O'er Eden,'' and then im-
mediately before the marriage cere-
sang the Consecration Hymn.
Eden — Tomlinson
MARCHANT—MARKEY. (Article), Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative (NSW : 1890 - 1954), Thursday 14 January 1915 page Article 2014-10-23 08:37 making a charming gown. Miss Amy ,
Travis was gowned in cream crepei ,*
do chene, trimmed with pale pinfc
'wore cream crepe de chene, with a
-hat of pale ninon, trimmed with) ? * 1
pale pink ninon and roses. , ^
held, at which the newly-married!
.couple received the congratulations ?-
of numerous relatives and friends'. \ -
Subsequently they left per motor,
,car and caught the train at Gil- :
-gandra, en route for the Mountains,
where the honeymoon is to be spent.. '
Mr. Merchant1 is a member of the' '
firm of Messrs. John Marchant and ' ?
.Co., storekeepers, Mundooran.
making a charming gown. Miss Amy
Travis was gowned in cream crepe
de chene, trimmed with pale pink
wore cream crepe de chene, with a
hat of pale ninon, trimmed with
pale pink ninon and roses.
held, at which the newly-married
couple received the congratulations
of numerous relatives and friends.
Subsequently they left per motor
car and caught the train at Gil-
gandra, en route for the Mountains,
where the honeymoon is to be spent.
Mr. Merchant1 is a member of the
firm of Messrs. John Marchant and
Co., storekeepers, Mundooran.

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