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LOCAL WEDDINGS EVANS—EVANS. On inday, the 22nd of this month, a very nrcttv wedding was solemnised at Cwmdwy- 9 fran Chaipel, when Miss Ray fcvam, Cwm- dwvfran Farm, was married to Ar. Gnttitn Eviins. Heoiddu, Llanon. The ceremony wa; ]X'rforro«d by the Rev. S. Evans, C^in" dwvtran, assisted by the Rev. G. «enes, Lh'v nteg. The bride was given away by her uncle. Mr. John Evans, Bryiiheulog, Lhingunnor, and her maids were Mies M. Fmih* (sister cf the bridegroom), anr- M)&j> !•: Evans teiater of the bri l-M and the best mar was Mr. D. J. Evans, brother of the hn-h-room After the ceremony th wed- din.' party and the guests drove to Carin.u- hen to Mr. T. Parke Jones's Temperance Hotel, where the wedding breakfast was pu-taken of. Later in the day the yo'.iusi 6 ccuple left for Cardiff, where the honey- moon will be so^ut. Both bride and bride- i groom were the recipients of many and robtly presents. THOMAS—MORRIS. A wedding of much local intetest was • oienmised a" Christ Church on New leal » iiioimng. when Pte. D- J- H. M C eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas. Penlan Ystrad Farm, and for- merly of Plasbach Farm, Tanerdy, was mar- ried to Miss Dorothy M. Morris, only daugh- ter of Mrs. Morris, and granddaughter oi Mr. Vaughan George,30, Magawne-row. The Rev. Griffith Thomas, Vicar of St. David's oflteiatedl The bride, who was given away by her 3Tandfather, wore c. pr-.ttv blue tuffetta drees and a :nu.^(jua.sii ♦oat," while her hat was a black Velour trimmed with a white ostrich featner. She was accompanied by Miss Chriesie Thomas, of Swansea, as bridesmaid, who was srriait- lv i'ttired ;n a fawn costume, with l>!ao!i fox f moS and a black velour hat. The best man was Mr. Harry Mdburi.. Pembroke l Dock (uncle of the bride). Master Du< i< > Davies (-'L Lammas-street, ably pie^de.. I the orcran and played the eiklnig Mai.-H as the bridal party left th" ehanh, after which Pte. and Mi>. Thomas lett for Newport for their honeymoon. Botn bruie and bridegroom were the recipients of ('(lft.J' presents. Pte Thomas tia66 been "vitli the R.A.M.O. for two years, and is now on his last leave before going to the front. He is I well known in Carmarthen, huvmg served his apprenticeship at the Albion House, Kii-streer, after" wt.icli he went to Swan- vea. His many Carmarthen friends wish him all possible luck for the future.

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