fi iv 1 ?,* ,0 ?' was a very pretty wedding at. the / Wainui Chtiroh on Tuesday lastl when Mr s grnesl. GUddena, o! French Farm, marriod '•IjM'BS Miy;RqgerSj daughter of Mr Bogers, of Waioui. bride wore a bdaotiifal wbitp Kallk dreaa, the usual veil and orange blossoms ;.J(ni carried a most beaatiful : bouquet of ftowere. She was accompanied- by two bridottalds, Mjssee B. Roxburgh and Wilson, who white dresses and white pioture hats ttimrned with grey. ' Mr W. Hawkins acted ■a best man. The bride was given "away by her father, ..and -the y Bey, ,J, W. Hay ; Ijard performed tha 'weddibg ceremony. After .the ceremony a wedding breakfast was heldat the home ot the bride's- porente- Tbe ,JJevi" Hayward proposed the toast of the Bride and groom, to which the groom res' ponded briefly.' The customary tonst3 were bonbnrad eothasi»eti'"»nr. Mr Casd'n rfrove the happy couple to Little Riven The girl friends of thu bride had decorated the oburoh very tastefully with variegated holly,/ Mi-s Maisie Roxburgh presided at the organ and ?«How Welcome was ihe Call" was sung
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GIDDENS-ROGERS., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4419, 7 August 1914
GIDDENS-ROGERS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4419, 7 August 1914
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