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DYFFRYN. Wedding.—An interesting wedding took place at Llanenddwvn Church on Wednesday, June 24th, between Oswald VV. G., second son of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Harris, Oakville, Oakville Road, Spark- hill, Birmingham, and Margaret Winnie, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Davies, Isfryn Dyffryn, Merioneth. The The Rev. D. R. Lewis, the late Rector of Dyffryn travelled from Anglesey to officiate at the ceremony, The bride who was given away by her father looked charming in her dress of cream, silk, trimmed with satin and lace, and also wore a wreath of orange blossoms and myrtle, under a tulle veil, and carried a shower bouquet of white roses and lilies; she was attended by two brides- maids, Miss. Katie Davies, (sister) and Miss. Ivy Harris, sister of the bride- groom, who wore dresses of sky blue silk voile trimmed with cheve sashes and lace, and wore wreaths of forget- me-nots and myrtle, also carrying bouquets of cream roses, and wore gold daisy brooches the gifts of the bride- groom. The bridegroom was attended by Mr. G. E. Harris of Bromsgrove, brother, as best man. The bride's mother wore a dress of heliotrope, trimmed with silk, and lace to match, and wore a black hat trimmed with violets. The bridegroom's mother was dressed in biscuit colour, crepe do chene, trimmed with lace&siik to match, and wore a hat of ivory white trimmed with pink roses and cornflowers. After the ceremony the reception was held by kind permission of Mr, and Mrs. R. P. Williams at the Post Office, where many relatives and friends of both bride and bridegroom sat down to a joyous ( repast. The Rector proposed the health of bride and bridegroom, and said the bride would be much missed in the village because of her very good church work. The village was en fete and gaily decorated for the occasion. The happy couple who were showered with rice and confetti travelled by the :2.40 p.m. train to spend their honeymoon near Bala lake. After their departure the bride's parents took their guests for a motor tour round Beddgelert and Snowdon. The presents received were both nu- merous and costly.