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LOCAL WEDDING WALTON—THOMAS. A quiet and pretty wedding was solem- nized on Wednesday at St. Anne's Church, near Carmarthen, between Mr. George Warren Walton, B.A. (Camb.), eldest con of Mr. William Warren Walton, Towv Castle, near Carmarthen, and Miss Myrtle Gwynne Thomas, only daughter of Mr. Ed- ward Gwynne Thomas, Woodbine, Carmar- then, and grand-daughter of the late Dr. James Rowlands, Carmarthen. The Rev. J. Jones, M.A., Parc-yr-onen. near Car- martlien late vicar of St. Issel's, Saunders- f-ot, Pembrokeshire, officiated, assisted by the Rev. Idria B.A. (curate-in- chaTge of St. Anne's Church). The bride waa given away by her father, and Mr. Trevor Brand Lewis acted as best man. After the ceremony a reception was held a Towv Castle, and amongst those present were the fatheT and mother of bridegroom and tlio parents and half-brother of the bride, also Mrs. Wells, of Ten by (aunt of the bride), officiating clergy, and Mrs. Jones, and others. There was a fine array of valuable presents. Later in the dav the bride and bridegroom left for a motor'tour en route for the Lake District and Scotland. The bride's going-awav costume was of nigger brown cloth. She also wore a handsome sealskin coat with cuffs and' border of bear fur, the gift of the bride- groom's father. •S I