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WEDDING BELLS AT PONTARDAWE.

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WEDDING BELLS AT PONTAR- DAWE. MISS GERTRUDE SUFF—MR. POOLE, EXCHANGE HOTEL. The wedding was solemnised at St. Peter's Church, Pontardawe, on Tuesday morn»ng, of Miss Gertrude Suff, eldest daughter of Mr. William Suff, High-street, Pontardawe, and Mr. Probert Poole, of the Royal Exchange Hotel, Pontardawe. There was a full choral service. Mr. Henry Jenkins, F.R.C.O., organist, presided at the organ, and the officiating ministere were the Rev. T. Maddo :ks Jones, B.A., and I. R. Mor- gan. The bride was prettily attired in blue, with chiffon hat to match. The bridesmaids were Miss Lena Suff and Miss Annie Poole,- and the bride was given away by her bro- ther, Mr. Bert Suff, whilst the duties of best man were carried out by Mr. E. H. Poole. The happy couple subsequently left for Bristol and Bath for their honeymoon. There were many presents.

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