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LOCAL WEDDING. I THOMAS—OWEN. I At Aherftraw, the ancient seat of the Welsh Princes, on the l?thinst., was so!ciunixcdthem.u'riasc of M? I?aac? Thomas, of St. Paul's, Llanelly, to Miss M. C. Owen, daughter of Mrs. Owen, of Prince Llcwc!yn Hotd. Th? ceremony which took place at the Calvinistic Mcthodisb Chapel, was conducted by the pastor, the Rev. E. Sidney Morris, I assisted by the Rev.. D. G. Harris, Baptist Minister, Rhosneigr. The brides- maid was Miss Owen, Trecastoll, the bride's niece, the best man (in the un- avoidable absence of Mr. W. B. Thomas, who is. out in Palestine) being Mr. F. Francis, Llanelly. The bride was given L l o, d of away by her cousin, Mrs. Lloyd, of Treiddon, and Miss Edwards, Ty'rallt, played the wedding march (Menaelssohn) The town was gaily dcccrarcd, and the I great concourse of people that had come to witness the ceremony testified to the high esteem in which the bride and bride- groom are held. The bride looked charming in a cream voile dress trimmed with gold embroidery and gold girdle, j with a black crepe-de-chene hat trimmed pink. She carried a white shower bouquet. ?ie bridesmaid wore a. coat frock of cream and pale green silk and a velour hat. The bride's going away dress was a mastic gaberdine costume lined with mcrve silk. The newly married couple left amidst the hearty congratulations and tiio good wishes of all to spend their honeymoon in London and the South Coast. The pre- sents wore numerous and costly. That of the bridegroom to the bride was a gold bracelet watch with gold pendant; the bride to the bridegroom, a leather travel- ling bag; the bridegroom to the brides- maid, a gold brooch.

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