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"Oliver Cromwell."



Social Evening.

Local Weddings.,


Local Weddings. At the Rhyl Welsh Calvinistic Chapel,- on Monday, the marriage was solemnised of Miss J. Ellen Williams, St. Asaph, to Mr W. Dowell, Victoria Buildings, Prestatyn, the officiating ministers being Rev. Ezra Jones (Prestatyn) and Rev. J. Jones (St. Asaph). The bride was attired in biscuit-coloured silk voile, with hat to match, and her sister (Miss M. Williams) acted as bridesmaid, Mr Morris Dowell (brother of the bridegroom) acting as best man. After the ceremony a party of 22 were entertained to a wedding breakfast at the Grosvenor Temperance Hotel, the bridal pair being conveyed thither by motor. Later in the day Mr and Mrs Dowell left for Buxton amid the good wishes and congratulations of their friends. A very pretty wedding took place at Bethel Welsh Wesleyan Chapel, Prestatyn, on Thursday, the contracting parties being Miss Nellie ^jginifred Hookham, of Morforwyn, Prestatyn, to Mr Llew. C. Evans, B.A., son of Rev. W. H. Evans, Rhyl. The officiating ministers were Rev. W. O. Evans, Rhyl (brother of the bridegroom) and Rev. J. Kelly Prestatyn. The bride was attired in croam, and carried a handsome shower bouquet, her two sisters (who were dressed in brown) being bridesmaids. After the ceremony, a reception was held at Morforwyn. between 40 and 50 guests being present.—The catering was done by Mr Hopwood, the X.L., and the equipages were Supplied by Mr Williams, Plastirion.

Band of Hope Entertainment.