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HAY WEDDING. Hamar—Turner. On Tuesday, August 25th, a wedding was solemnized at the Parish Church, Hay, the contracting parties being M r Richard Breese Hamar, son of Mrs Hamar of Castleton, Clifford, and Miss Ella Turner, daughter of Mr T. Turner (late proprietor of the Blue Boar Hotel, Hay.) The ceremony was performed by the Vicar, the Rev. J. J. de Winton. Although the wedding was a quiet. one, a large number of friends were present in the chucrb. The bride, who was given away by her brother, Sergt. Turner, of R.A.M.C.,was charmingly attired in a saxe blue travelling costume, and was attended by the Misses Joseph, who acted as bridesmaids, and who were gowned in pink and carried bouquets which were sent by the Hon. Mabel Bailey, of Hay Castle. The groomsman was Mr E. J. Stephens, Belmont House, Hay. As the bridal party entered and left the church wedding marches were played by the organist, Mr T. P. West, Mus. Doc. Amid showers of confetti, the happy pair motored from the church to Aberystwyth, where the honeymoon was spent. The following is the list of presents :— Bridegroom to bride, gold bangle Bride to bridegroom, silver match box, tobacco pouch and pipe Hon. Mabel Bailey, Hay Castle, cheque Mr and Mrs Turner, Swansea, bed linen Sergt. and Mrs E. Turner, massella quilt Master Turner, linen towels Mr Oscar Turner, dinner service Private D. V. Turner, tea set Mr and Mrs Wilfred Turner, cushion Employees at Castleton, cruet Mrs Winders, Castleton, epergune Mr and Mrs Carver, Withington, linen table cloths Miss M. Carver, set of jugs Mr W. Joseph, Castle street, copper kettle Mrs Joseph, pair blankets Irene and Connie, cut wine glasses Miss Craddock, 1, Castle street, pair sheets, pillow cases and butter dish Mr and Mrs Bishop, Maesyronen, cheque Mrs James, 2, Castle street, bedspread and towels Miss Katie James, Prayer Book Miss L. James, Knighton, tea cosy Mr and Mrs Williams, Manchester House, dessert prongs Miss Mona Williams, dessert knives Mrs and Miss Williams, Middlewood, table cloth Mrs Moss, Hay, d'oylys, jam dish and butter knife Misses Margie and loan Turner, saltcellars P.C. H. Jones, Burleigh, salad bowl and cheese dish Mr Joe Lloyd, Burleigh, tea pot and water jug Mrs Bennett, Hereford, preserve jar and spoon Mr and Mrs Tuck, Painscastle, biscuit barrel Miss Maggie Tuck, water bottle and glass Miss R. Parry, Swan Hotel, case of tea spoons Mr and Mrs H. F. Jones, linen pillow cases and towels Mrs Jones, Brecon, sideboard cloth and towels Mrs Beavan, Station terrace, pillow cases Miss Lewis, Hay Castle, pair silver jam spoons Miss Meats, 2, Castle street, pair pillow slips Mr and Mrs W. Pagh, Lion street, hearth rug Mrs Prosser, Llowes, sugar castor Mrs Eckley, Courtllacca, bamboo table Miss Hastings, Hay. afternoon table cloth Mr and Mrs T. Williams, Castle street, set of jugs Mr and Mrs Mayall, silver cruet Miss Rose Webb, gilt photo frames Misses Watts and Badham, Hay Castle, table cloth Miss Alice Hyatt, pair candlesticks Mrs Davies, Gaer, fancy candlestick Mr Arthur Morgan, Ebbw Vale, rose bowl Misses Maggie and Winnie Lewis, glass jugs Mr Morgan, The Green, cheque Lieut. and Mrs Evans, Dowlais, silver jug and basin Master Harry Evans, sugar prongs Mr and Mrs Grant, Hay, pair pictures Mr and Mrs Hartwell, waterproof rug Mrs and Miss Hartwell, silver and glass butter dish The boys at 6, Castle Street, tobacco jar Mr W. D. Howie, Castle St., silver cake basket Mr and Mrs Stephens, Castle St., pair carvers Miss Ida Stephens, Castle St., gilt photo frames Miss M. Webb, afternoon tea cloth Miss Mary Jones, Brooklands, pickle jars in stand Miss Elsie Price, specimen glasses Mrs Gorst, Brecon Rd., pair vases Mr and Mrs Ratford, pair d'oylys Mr and Mrs Owen Price, Bank House, castor bowl in silver stand Mr and Mrs Symonds, Lockster Pool, cheque Miss G. Vale, tray cloth and d'oylys Miss Allen, Church St., glass dish Mrs & Misses Chambers, Castle St., bedroom ware Mr and Mrs Jones, Penypark, cheese dish Mr W. James, 2, Castle St., arm chair Mr Hamer and family, Worcester, case of carvers Mr Pryce Davies, Llanidloes, cheque Mrs and Miss Cartwright, Hay, apostle spoons Rev R. B. Ricketts, Hay, book Miss Pickering, Hay, duchess set Mr and Mrs Jones, London House, travelling rug Mrs Clarke, Hay Castle, set of jugs Mrs Jay, Brecon Rd tray cloth Mr and Mrs Evans, Newport St., half-doz. dinner prongs Mr and Mrs Harold, Swan Terr., silver jam spoon and butter knife Mr and Mrs Willie Williams, brass kettle and spirit lamp Mr and Mrs G. Sayce, silver egg stand Mr W. Carver, Withington, oak tray Mr Arthur Carver, bread board and knife Master Geo Carver, „ fruit dishes Mr E. I. Stephens, portmanteau Miss Simkins, cut glass salt and pepper castors Mrs Lloyd, Almshouse, pan Mr Ammonds, a present Mr and Mrs Cater, a present I Mr and Mrs Roy Parry, Brecon, crumb tray & brush

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