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Merthyr Board of G«ar*dl&ns.

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IWedding at Persrhiw-I ceifoer.…

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Pretty Wedding. CARE— BOWEN. On Sunday morning, 7th iust., a very pretty wedding took place at Carmel C.M. Chapel, Trecynon, when Mr John E. Carr of the Great Western Station, Glyn Neath, was united in matrimony to Miss Amy Bowen, eldest daughter of Mr Thomas Bowen, No. 5, Neville Terrace, G-adlys. The bride, who was tastefully attired in cream Eoline with hat to match, was attended by her two sisters, Misses Sarah and Sophia Bowen, both of whom wore pretty pale blue Eoline dresses trimed with cream, with hats to match. The bride was given away by her father, and Mr Carr was attended by Mr John Bowen, cousin of the bride, as best man. There were also present Mr., Mrs,, and Master Carr of Pontypool, parents and brother of bridegroom, and Miss Carr, of Pumpsaint, Caio, aunt of the bridegroom. The officiating minister was Hev. H. T. Stephens, pastor, accompanied by Mr G G. Jones, Registrar. After the ceremony a large party was entertained at the bride's home. The honeymoon is being spent at Carmarthen.


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