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REECE—PIPER (Article), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Friday 20 February 1953 page Article 2014-12-19 08:56 Piper, in . a light grey crepe suit with
navy and pink accessories and a beau
tiful corsage of pink roses and exlca.
wore an olive green crepe frock- with
corsage.- The bride's brother in lay,
duties of ' chairman, and read the
J. Dick ;,of Port Moresby, who ex
crystal table lamp ,and rhinestone
The newlyweds set ofl from a tradi
accessories .
Piper, in a light grey crepe suit with
navy and pink accessories and a beau-
tiful corsage of pink roses and exica.
wore an olive green crepe frock with
corsage. The bride's brother in law,
duties of chairman, and read the
J. Dick, of Port Moresby, who ex-
crystal table lamp and rhinestone
The newlyweds set off from a tradi-
accessories.
REECE—PIPER (Article), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Friday 20 February 1953 page Article 2014-12-19 08:55 Saints' Cathedral, Bathurst. recently,
Mirlel Joari Piper, dauphter of Mr. ,
and Donuld Clive Reece, younper son
St. i
Mlriel was. a radiant bride in a
beautiful frock of white lace and or
ganza with a'-three tiered fingertip
she entered tlie church to be given
away by hen yf&ther. She carried a
bouquet of , white franglpami and
sisters, Mrs. John Davidson, of Coo
. In a pale green broderle anglaise frock
with sash, and Dolly Varden bonnet, I
matchipg the. bridesmaids' frocks. . I
The groom's .. brother, Mr. Ken
Reece, and cousin, Mr. Lawrence Ste
The Rev.- Canon Copp ofllciated.
After 'the wedding the reception
Saints' Cathedral, Bathurst, recently,
Miriel Joan Piper, daughter of Mr.
and Donald Clive Reece, younger son
St.
Miriel was a radiant bride in a
beautiful frock of white lace and or-
ganza with a three tiered fingertip
she entered the church to be given
away by her father. She carried a
bouquet of white frangipami and
sisters, Mrs. John Davidson, of Coo-
in a pale green broderie anglaise frock
with sash, and Dolly Varden bonnet,
matching the bridesmaids' frocks.
The groom's brother, Mr. Ken
Reece, and cousin, Mr. Lawrence Ste-
The Rev. Canon Copp officiated.
After the wedding the reception
DAVIES—BASIL (Article), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Friday 20 February 1953 page Article 2014-12-19 08:50 cake held pride of place at the recep.
mother of tn^ S+oom.
Later the',1, newly weds left by car
with beaded -bodice, aqua hat and
cherry red accessories, and carried a'
faille duster coat to match .
Their future home will be in Bath
urst. .
cake held pride of place at the recep-
mother of the groom.
Later the newly weds left by car
with beaded bodice, aqua hat and
cherry red accessories, and carried a
faille duster coat to match.
Their future home will be in Bath-
urst.
DAVIES—BASIL (Article), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Friday 20 February 1953 page Article 2014-12-19 08:50 '' DAVIES— BASIL
At. SS: -Michael and John's Ca
thedral,; Bathurst, recently, before
Nuptial \Ma«o, the. marriage was sol
emnised of Christina^. Mary, elder
daughter of Mrs . J . ' W . Burns, of
Kelso, tthd ffife late Mr. 'P. Basil, to
Mrs. H. Da vies,, of Bathurst. Rev.
Fr. L. Grant-performed the ceremony
and. Jater Resided at the reception.
tulle over , i satin for , her ballerina
length,: bouaant-' skirted gown, and
mounted on' ;ft't bonnet shaped head
piece embroidered with seed pearls./
carried ' a bo^guet in pastel shades of
gladioli! tuberoses, asters and dah
lias. ,
Mfes-:,Mar^ar?t Graham, friend of
the bride, was bridesmaid, wearing an,
apple green .,broderle anglaise frock
over satin slip, with halo hat -and mit
tens to match. The bridesmaid's bou
quet was irj autumn shades of minia
ture dahlijis, daisies- and gladioli.
Mr. Keiii Dav.ijss, ' brother of the
grooni, was best man .
sarrg 'Ave Ji^arlel| -and 'Pa-nis Ange
licus.' , 7... '' ' ' .
mother, whdse frock of sky blue ro
tuberoses arid 'black accessories.
DAVIES— BASIL
At SS. Michael and John's Ca-
thedral, Bathurst, recently, before
Nuptial Mass, the marriage was sol-
emnised of Christina Mary, elder
daughter of Mrs. J. W. Burns, of
Kelso, and the late Mr. P. Basil, to
Mrs. H. Davies, of Bathurst. Rev.
Fr. L. Grant performed the ceremony
and later presided at the reception.
tulle over satin for her ballerina
length, bouaant skirted gown, and
mounted on a bonnet shaped head-
piece embroidered with seed pearls.
carried a bouquet in pastel shades of
gladioli, tuberoses, asters and dah-
lias.
Miss Margaret Graham, friend of
the bride, was bridesmaid, wearing an
apple green broderle anglaise frock
over satin slip, with halo hat and mit-
tens to match. The bridesmaid's bou-
quet was in autumn shades of minia-
ture dahlias, daisies and gladioli.
Mr. Ken Davies, brother of the
groom, was best man.
sang 'Ave Marlie' and 'Panis Ange-
licus.'
mother, whose frock of sky blue ro-
tuberoses and black accessories.
WEDDINGS KEOGH—DOLBEL (Article), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Friday 20 February 1953 page Article 2014-12-19 08:47 Mrs! Dolbel was assisted by Mrs. A.
J. Shephard who chose a frock of ,
black crepe, with matching hat and|
accessories, and a shoulder spray ot
i-wlne carnations and maiden and
maiden-hair fern. ' |
tier weddjng cake. |
Manv beautiful gifts were received.
Th bride travelled In a smart frock
pink carnations. I
.out., by- Mr,,, Roy, Hutchin. |
'''The Honeymoon wa!T spent in a
motor tour of Sydney. j
Their future home will be at Tri
angle Flat.'
Mrs. Dolbel was assisted by Mrs. A.
J. Shephard who chose a frock of
black crepe, with matching hat and
accessories, and a shoulder spray of
wine carnations and maiden and
maiden-hair fern.
tier wedding cake.
Many beautiful gifts were received.
The bride travelled in a smart frock
pink carnations.
out by Mr. Roy Hutchin.
The Honeymoon was spent in a
motor tour of Sydney.
Their future home will be at Tri-
angle Flat.
WEDDINGS KEOGH—DOLBEL (Article), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Friday 20 February 1953 page Article 2014-12-19 08:46 ' KtOGH — DOLBEL
. A prettj? wedding took place re
cently' at All .Saints' Cathedral,- Ba-
thurst, when (fJoelene Grace, .eldest
daughter' of Mr. and- Mrs. A. (E.'lJol
, bell, of , Triangle Flat, was married to
Mervwyri George, eldest son of Mr.,
The Rev. Canon Copp. of Bathurst, I
performed the ceremony. I
?The bride, who entered the church
on the 'arm of her father, looked)
charming In a frock of ,lace and tulle I
made with tight (fitting bodice, tfeterj
Pan cpUkr, and long sleeves, the skirt '
ojf^wftlcli; had rows of scalloped lace,
and inlets of tulle frills In the front. I
Affull length embroidered tulle veil'
Vfas held in place b„ a corontft of i
pearls.* She carried, a .bouquet of
\yhlte gladioli, maiden-hair fern.
'The bridesmaid, iMiss Delma Dol- 1
bel, sister or the bride, wore a frock,
of mauve silver thread tulle, with |
tlght-f.tting bodice, full skirt. She
wore mauve coronet feathers and j
gladioli and maiden hair fern. J
' The other bridesmaid. Miss Doreen
Dolbell, sister of the bride, wore a
frock of lemon, silver thread tulle.
With tight-dHtlng bodice, full skirt.)
tulle,- and carried a bouquet of pink
The best man was Mr. Roy Keogh, ]
brother of thq bridegroom and
E'roomAiJflnV Mr. Bert Warne, broth
er-in-law of the bridegroom. ?
.The bridegroom's present to the
Cafe where the bride's mother receiv
lrocfc of black and pink with
maiden ; hair fern. |
KEOGH — DOLBEL
A pretty wedding took place re-
cently at All Saints' Cathedral, Ba-
thurst, when Noelene Grace, eldest
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Dol-
bel, of Triangle Flat, was married to
Mervwyn George, eldest son of Mr.
The Rev. Canon Copp, of Bathurst,
performed the ceremony.
The bride, who entered the church
on the arm of her father, looked
charming in a frock of lace and tulle
made with tight fitting bodice, Peter
Pan collar, and long sleeves, the skirt
of which had rows of scalloped lace,
and inlets of tulle frills in the front.
A full length embroidered tulle veil
was held in place by a coronet of
pearls. She carried a bouquet of
white gladioli, maiden-hair fern.
The bridesmaid, Miss Delma Dol-
bel, sister of the bride, wore a frock
of mauve silver thread tulle, with
tight-fitting bodice, full skirt. She
wore mauve coronet feathers and
gladioli and maiden hair fern.
The other bridesmaid, Miss Doreen
Dolbel, sister of the bride, wore a
frock of lemon, silver thread tulle,
with tight-fitting bodice, full skirt.
tulle, and carried a bouquet of pink
The best man was Mr. Roy Keogh,
brother of the bridegroom and
groomsman, Mr. Bert Warne, broth-
er-in-law of the bridegroom.
The bridegroom's present to the
Cafe where the bride's mother receiv-
frock of black and pink with
maiden hair fern.
New Arrivals in Bathurst (Detailed lists, results, guides), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Friday 20 February 1953 page Detailed lists, results, guides 2014-12-19 08:36 ? ' — - — :o: .
Mr. ahd Mrs. K. Hadley, 80,-.
Durham* Street, a son. .
Mr. arid Mrs. K. Bryant, 31
Piper Street, a son . 7 ('?
Mr. and Mrs. D. Hines, Rock
ley, a daughter. . ; '!
? Mr. and Mrs. K. Sargent, ;.
O'Conflell, a son.
? Mr.: and Mrs. G. Schofleld, 241
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Hudson,,
Mr and 'Mrs. R. Naylor, Perth
vllle, a son.
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Weal, 297;
Rankin Street, a, daughter.
Mr., and Mrs. K. Sams, 228 '
Lambert Street, a 'daughter. .
. — All born at the Bathurst District,
Hospital. ? ? . - J
— :o: —
Mr. and Mrs. K. Hadley, 86
Durham Street, a son.
Mr. and Mrs. K. Bryant, 31
Piper Street, a son.
Mr. and Mrs. D. Hines, Rock-
ley, a daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. K. Sargent,
O'Connell, a son.
Mr. and Mrs. G. Schofield, 241
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Hudson,
Mr and Mrs. R. Naylor, Perth-
ville, a son.
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Weal, 297
Rankin Street, a daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. K. Sams, 228
Lambert Street, a daughter.
— All born at the Bathurst District
Hospital.
ENGAGEMENT (Article), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Friday 20 February 1953 page Article 2014-12-19 08:35 [engagement
The engagement Is announced of
Mrs. J. Chapman, of Shaw, to Clif
J. Russell and the late Mr3. Russell,
The . engagement Is announced of
,121,' George /Street, to Charles, only
eon of the late Mr. and Mrs. C. S.
ENGAGEMENT
The engagement is announced of
Mrs. J. Chapman, of Shaw, to Clif-
J. Russell and the late Mrs. Russell,
The engagement is announced of
121 George Street, to Charles, only
son of the late Mr. and Mrs. C. S.
New Arrivals in Bathurst (Detailed lists, results, guides), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Friday 30 January 1953 page Detailed lists, results, guides 2014-12-19 08:34 Mr. and Mrs.F. S. Sheehan,
Vale Road; South Bathurst, a
?Mr. and 'Mrs. W. J. Birch,
.; Orange Road, a daughter.
Mr. and Mrs, K. R. Milne,
317 Russell Street, a : daughter. ._
Mr. and Mrs. C, Eves, Raglan
William Street^ a daughter.
' Mr. and Mrs. Leahy, 'Malla
Park, Condobollh, a son.
All born at Bathurst District Hos
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Sheehan,
Vale Road, South Bathurst, a
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Birch,
Orange Road, a daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. K. R. Milne,
317 Russell Street, a daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Eves, Raglan
William Street, a daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. Leahy, 'Malla
Park, Condobolin, a son.
All born at Bathurst District Hos-
SEWELL-CAVANAGH (Article), National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Friday 30 January 1953 page Article 2014-12-19 08:33 navy accessories, and Mrs. c. Her
a grey shantung frock and red ac
was the two itier wedding cake, made
honored. Many presents were receiv
iiie happy couple later left by plane
for their honeymoon, spent on a-
?tour of the South Coast. The bride's
faille suit! and pink straw hat with
?black accessories.
Their future home wiU be at Mud
navy accessories, and Mrs. C. Her-
a grey shantung frock and red ac-
was the two tier wedding cake, made
honored. Many presents were receiv-
The happy couple later left by plane
for their honeymoon, spent on a
tour of the South Coast. The bride's
faille suit and pink straw hat with
black accessories.
Their future home will be at Mud-

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