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WEDDING BELLS. LUCAS — CNGOED. An interesting wedding was solemnized by the Rev. Enos George at Emanuel Chapel on Friday, 26th inst., in which the contracting parties were Mr Robert W. Lucas, of .Macheii, Newport, Mon., and Miss Mabel W. Ungoed, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John. Ungoed. Butchers'' Arms, Bynea. The bride was charmingly attired in a. white silk eoline dress over glace silk, trimmed with Maltese lace and silver, with a white • picture hat trimmed with ostrich feathers. Hhe carried a beautiful shower bouquet of lilies, carna- tions, and ferns (supplied by Mr. F. Evans, Grove Gardens, Caerphilly). She was atten- ded by four bridesmaids. Miss Catherine Alice and Elaine Ungoed (sisters of the bride>, Miss Emily Lucas (sister of the bridegroom), and Miss Muriel Griffiths (niece of the bride), dressed, in white, cream, pink, and blue silk respectively, and carrying bouquets of tulips, etc., the gifts of the bridegroom. During the oermnony the "Wedding Match" andi other f selections were played by Miss Edith HowellH and Mr. George Williams, organists. The wedding party and guests, over sixty in num- ber, afterwards sat down to luncheon at the Butchers' Arms, the home of the bride. A large number of valuable presents were re- ceived. The honeymoon is being spent, at Tenbv.. SAMUEL-WILLIAMS. On Easter Monday morning, at Bryn Inde- pendent Chapel, Llaneliy, was celebrated a quiet but pretty wedding, the contracting par- ties being Mr. Rees Samuel, shoemaker, Mount Pleasant, and Miss Elizabeth Wil- liams (youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs-. J. Williams, Pemberton, Llaneliy). The Rey. J. Evans officiated, the bride being given away by her father. The company included, be- sides the bride and bridegroom, Mrs. Samuel, Messrs. James Samuel, Briton Ferry; Thomas Samuel, Morriston: Dd Samuel, St. Michael's College, Lla.nda.ff, Mr E. Williams (Crwydryn), uncle of the bride; and others., The bride was very tastefully attired in cream coline, with hat to match. The parents of the bride being well known and much respected in the neighbourhood, the wedding evoked a great deal of interest, one and all uniting in wish- ing the young pair a happy and prosperous life.

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