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Two Well-known Rhosites meet…

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Two Well-known Rhosites meet and Marry in America. On Thursday September 2nd, at Detroit Michigan, U.S A., the marriage was cele" brated of Miss Ruth Evans late of Pentre dwr and Mr Jack Harding late of Ponkey. The bridesmaids were Miss Mabel Couine and Caroline Oxley, while Mr Ted Hard- ing brother of the bridegroom acred as best man. Both being British subjects the ceremony was of a somewhat novel character. First the young couple were married according to British I tw before the British Consul after which they went through a religious celebration of the marriage contact at, the Military Avenue Presbyterian Church, presided over by the,Rev Waller I' ct-)VleN, Pastor. Mr Coviey presided at the organ. After the double ceremony a reception was held at the home of Mr :nd Mrs Josiah Jones Mrs Jones as is well known being an older. sister of the bride The presents received were numerous and costly, among them being a handsome cheque from Mr Jack Harding and another from the Rev J E Evans, Holywell

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