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Iinhabitants of Rhos. RHOS.

JOHNSTOWN.

PENYCAE !

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PENYCAE WEDDING.—A pretty wedding was solemn- ised at Salem Chapel, Penycae, on Wednes- day afternoon. The contracting parties ¡ being Miss Rose Evans, daughter ofMr John Evans, Berwyn View, Penycae, and Mr W H Jones, clerical assistant to th- NI,O.H. for the county of Salop. The officiating Ministers were the Revs W B Jones, and D P Jones, Penycae. Mr J Owen Jones, F.R.C.O., Cardiff, brother-in-law of the bride, presided at the organ, and played Wagner's "Bridal March" (Lohengrin) as the bride entered. The bride, who was given away by her brother-in-law, Mr Philip Pickering, looked charming in a dress of ivory silk, trimmed with rich silk embroidery, with white crinoline hat trim- med with tulle and ospreys The brides- maids, Miss Debbie Evans, sister of the bride, and Miss Maggie Jones, sister of the bridegroom, wore pink Shantung dresses, relieved by touches of black, with black picture hats, trimmed with bunches of pink roses The groomsmen^ were Mr J E Jones, M P S., Cefn, brother of the bridegroom, and Mr Lloyd Evans, Wrexham, brother1 of the bride. A reception was subsrquently held at the home of the bride, which was at- tended by a large number of guests. Later the happy couple left for Bettws-y-Coed and the Welsh coast, where the honeymoon will be spent. The presents were numerous.

. RUABON.

LLANGOLLEN.

--Ruabon County School.

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