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LLANYIYTHER MAKRIAGE.-On Saturday last a pretty wedding was solemnized at Carmel C.M. Chapel. The con- tracting parties were Miss Peggy Thomas, daughter of Mrs. Thomas, late Waunfawr Villa. Llanybyther. and Mr. Jack Thomas, son of Capt. and Mrs. Thomas, Arfryn, New Quay. The bride, who was given away by her cousin (Mr. E. J. Lewis, Council Schools, Aberavon) was charmingly attired in white moire silk and leghorn hat. with lancer plumes. She also wore a pendant set with emeralds and pearis (the gift of the bridegroom). The bridegroom was attended by Mr. Thomas Res. the Post office, Sand- fields, as best man. and Mr. David Williams, Ccfn- coed, Merthyr, M groomsman. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. R. C. Lewis, B.A.. pastor. After the ceremony a reception was held at Cowley s restaurant, wherf; a large number of guests assembled. The happy couple were given a hearty send off by a crowd which had gathered at Port Talbot Station. They departed by the 2.15 tram for London, en route for the Continent, where the honeymoon is being spent. The brideV travelling 'costume was of nut brown eWded «lk with hat to match. The young couple were the recipients of numerous, valuable, and usefal presents.

LLITH TWM 'BARELS

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