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OWEN S U TTO N JONES. I INTERESTING LOCAL I WEDDING. The wedding was quietly solemnised on Friday morning last at Holy Trinity Church. Llandudno, of Miss Emily Sutton-Jones, the elder daughter of the late Mr. Thomas Sutton-Jones, of Drummond Yilla, Llandudno, and Lieut. W. J. Owen (South Lancashires). The officiating clergy were Rev. Llewelyn Hughes, M.A. (rector) and Rev. Henry Williams. The bride was given away by her brother, Mr. George Sutton-Jones, whilst Miss Dolly J ones acted as brides- maid. Mr. T. Ivor Owen, L.R.A.M., A.T.C.L., the well-known musician, was the best man. At the close of the cere- mony Mnedelssohn's Wedding March was played by Mr. C. F. Dee, F.R.C.O. Following the wedding a luncheon was ?ared at tl.p house of the bride, after T?? the happy cou??eff ,for..]?iyerj30*o?l, wh")? the honeymoon-wnl'bo spen?.. The bridegroom, previous to his ioining the colours over two years ago, was one of the most-. j)Q.p.ular,o.f the assistant schoolmasters at the Manselton Council Schools, and one of the founders of the progressive Manselton English Congregational Church, where he was the life and soul of the cause, being deacon, secretary, precentor tnd Ba nel of Hope r superintendent. Mr. Owen was also a very able lecturer, his name appearing regularly previous to the war in the syllabus of the Saturday evening lectures at the local Public Library.

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