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Cupid Again!


Cupid Again! JONES—EMERY. At two o'c!oc'k on Wednesday afternoon, at the Windsor-road Congregational Chapel, the njptials were solemnised of Mr Frederick Jones, son of hp late Alderman Daniel Jonei, Cardiff, and brother of the late Mr J. P. Jones, Asbdene, Penarth, and Miss Mary Louise Emery, of Severn-road, Canton. The officiating minister was the pastor of the chapel, the Rev. J. Gwilym Jones, A.T.S., and the groomsman was Mr E. G. Downe. The bride, who was given away by Mr G. H. Downe, was charmingly costumed in electric blue grey, with white corded silk sleeves and sash, yoke trimmed with lace. and a big white picture bat trimmed with satin wings and chiffon. She carried a lovely white bouquet, and also wore a gold bangle set with diamonds, the gift of the bride- groom, to whom was also presented a secretaire by his bride. There were three bridesmaids—Miss Queenie Downe, Miss Gladys Downe, and Miss Freda Downe, cousins of the bride- Mits Queenie was dressed in salmon pink crepon trimmed with white lace, with a black picture hat and pink rose. Miss Gladys had on a white embroidered muslin dress, trimmed with white chiffon, and a picture bat. Miss Freda was similarly attired, but wore a picture bonnet- Miss Queenie, too, wore a gold brooch, and Miss Gladys and Miss Freda a gold bangle with their initials set in pearl, these being the gifts of the bride- groom. A leception was afterwards held at Hard- wick; Plymouth-road, where the health of the happy pair was enthusiastically drunk. Subsequently they left en route for Switzerland, where the honeymoon will be spent. The bride's travelling costume was a dove-coloured cloth and white hat with wings.

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