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Notes and Notions. 4

Farmers and the War.

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Builth Rural Tribunal. I

IMr. Sidney Robinson, W.P.

IRural District Council.I

I National Service

I Builth Wells Funerals. I

RED CROSS HOSPITAL, PENOYRE.

I Brecon Officer.i

GETTING TO WORK.

Interesting Hay Wedding.

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Interesting Hay Wedding. TODD HI-NCKS. As briefly recorded in last week's issue," the marriage took place at St. Mary's Church, Hay, on the 19th ult. of Miss Dorothy Hincks, only daughter of Dr. and Mrs T. S. H. Hincks, Cartrefie, Hay and Dr. Francis Richard Todd, North Petherton, Somerset. The bride leaning on the arm of her father, was met at the church door by Rev. J. J. deWinton (vicar) and the surpliccd choir. She was charmingly attired in a the stirpliced (- b o i i, ,he w, dress of ivory taffeta silk with sleeves of Georgette, collar of old lace and pearl trimming, and wore a veil with wreath of orange blossoms. She was attended by Miss Joyce deAVinton and Master Roger deWinton as bridesmaid and page respectively. As the bridal pro- cession proceeded up the nave the organist played The Bridal March by Wagner. Rev. J. J. deWin- ton (vicar of Hay) officiated and the bride was given away by her father. Dr. Evans (Pontywal Sanatorium) acted as best man. The hymns "Lead ns, Heavenly Father, lead us" and" 0 Perfect Loye" were sung. A choral celebration of the Holy Communion was then held, the Vicar being the celebrant, and the newly married pair partook. Bruce Steane's setting was used. After signing the register the wedding party again entered the church from the clergy vestry and the strains of Mendelssohn's "Wedding March" pealed forth from the organ. On leaving the church the happy pair were greeted with showers of confetti on all sides, among those present being a contingent of Hay Detachment of the Red Cross Society, under Miss Tunnard Moore (commandant). Dr. and Mrs Todd -left by motor for West Somerset where the honeymoon is being spent. The bride and bridegroom received numerous valu- able gifts.

IBrecon Rural Tribunal. I

ITalgarth Boy. ___I

I Builth Wells Tribunal.I

I THE CREAM OF THE MEAT

'Builth's Council.

BRECONSHIRE OFFICER.I

Potatoe Growing

|Farmers and Labour. I

I Brecon Tribunal.

I ! HEREFORD MARKET. r

I WAR CLOTHING DEPOT.