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Marriage of the Rev. William Foulkes and Miss Harriet Hellen. A very interesting wedding was witnessed in the VVelsh Calvinistic Methodist Chapel, Lees- wood, on fuesday, June 16th. The Chapel was prettily decorated with choice flowers, the altar especially looking very pretty. j £ large floral arch was erected near the entrance, and another had been erected near the home of the bride. The contracting parties were Miss Harriet Hellen (daughter of Mr John Hellen, Stryt, and formerly assistant mistress at the Leeswood Board Schools) and the Rev. William Foulkes, C. M. minister, Old Colwyn. The ceremony was per- formed by the Revs. John Owen (Mold) and E. Bithel (Leeswood). The bride was attired in pale blue broche silk skirt, and pale blue shot silk blouse, trimmed with blue ribbon and sequin, and wore a cream picture hat. She was given away by her father, and was attended by Miss Maria Hellen (sister), who wore a shot silk alpaca dress, trimmed with g"old satin and sequin, and cream hat to match. The Rev. R. P. Hughes, Buckley (cousin), attended the bridegroom as best man. At the conclusion of the ceremony, Miss Hop- wood played Mendelssohn's Wedding March" and later on in the day the newly-wedded pair left for Liverpool, en route for the Isle of Man, where the honeymoon will be spent. The bridal presents were as follow :—Bridegroom to bride, gold brooch bridegroom to bridesmaid, gold brooch bride to bridegroom, gold albert Mr J. Hellen (bride's father), organ Mrs Hellen (mother), bedding and household linen Air E. Edwards (uncle), brass bedstead and silver dinner castors Mr J. Edwards (uncle), silver coffeepot and set of carvers bride's sister, dozen dinner knives and forks, dessert spoons, and table spoon bridegroom's sister (Miss Foulkes, Barmouth), silver teapot bridegroom's sister (Miss Foulkes, Liverpool), Nyassa rug bridegroom's brother (Mr J. Williams Foulkes, Great Grimsby), silver toast rack; Rev. R. P. Hughes, Buckley, pair brass-painted fans Rev. J. Owen, Mold, book Mr and Mrs Edwards, Mold (uncle and aunt), pair of Japanese fans Miss Edwards Mold, cutlery basket Miss M. Edwards, Mold, crumb brush and tray Mr and Mrs Jones (Turn of Dee, Bangor-is-y-coed), handsome silver sugar basin Misses Thomas, Leeswood, white damask table- cloth Mr Hopwood, junr., Wylfa, Leeswood, teapot and china meat dish with cover the Headmaster and Assistants of the Leeswood Board Schools, cut glass butter cooler on silver stand and silver top, and also silver pickle fork Mr and Mrs Peters, Leeswood, pair of brass candlesticks Mr and Mrs Hopwood, ditto, pair ot flower vases Mr H. Lloyd Jones, Mold, table- cloth Misses Bithel, Leeswood, serviettes Mr R. VV. and Miss Williams, Albert Street, ditto, silver mounted biscuit barrel Mr and Miss Williams, Leeswood Green Farm, silver breakfast cruet; Mrs Roberts and Mr Hughes, silver dinner castors Miss George, (Jaeen Street, handsome table cover Miss Davies, Mold, album Mrs Rogers, Oak Villa, pair of vases Miss Williams, ditto, pair of vases Mr and Mrs Hopwood, pair of cake plates Air and Mrs Jones, ditto, break- fast set Miss jones, Eaton Place, travelling clock in case Mrs George, Oak Villa, biscuit barrel Mr and Mrs Plowrignt, afternoon dessert knives and forKs Nliss Davies, pair of wall- plates; Miss E. E. Hughes, butter cooler; Miss Cassie Hughes, dessert plate Miss Williams, tea cosy Mrs Parry and Miss Roberts, Alyn View, handsome china cneese stand Miss Kate Rogers, china coffee-pot Miss Jones (Fferrn), silver butter knife, ivory handle; the Misses Price (Moid), pair of paper i-acizs Miss Jones (Plas- newydd, Hope), pair of flower vases Miss Evans (Oakland House), handsome sardine dish a Friend, pair of silver salt-cellars and spoons Miss Edwards (St. Caerhedyn), table-cloth Miss M. E. Ingman, cheese stand Aliss A. Evans, salt-cellars Aliss R. George, ditto, pair of hang- ing bells Miss Wynne, Manchester, ruby cut glass, salad bowl and servers Mrs Evans, Liver- pool, thermometer Air R. D. Roberts, National Provincial Bank, Portmadoc, set of carvers in case, and two silver serviette rings in case Mrs Jones, Albert Street, Leeswood, breaKtast cruet Miss Jones, ditto, lady's bedroom toilets Miss J. Jones, ditto, handkerchief satchel Miss Hughes, Albert Screet, cake stand Mrs Roberts, Wylfa, Mynyddisa, china toilet set for dressing- table; Aliss Roberts, Wylfa, Mynyddisa, fruit disn Miss Morley, ruby celery stand Memoers of the Baptist Chapel at Leeswoad, handsome centre piece in glass case, bearing tne following inscrip- tion Presented to Miss Harriet Hellen, on fit-- occasion of her marriage, by tne Baptist friends, for her generosity towards tne Cause in the past" Members of tne Welsh Calvinistic Metho- dist Sunday School and friends, handsome marble timepiece bearing a suitable inscription.

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