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WAKELIN -PETTIGREW.

"■■?; Oq Wednesday, at the residence of the bride's parents at Barry's Bay, Miss Athol Franoea Pβttißrew, daughter of Mr Ri Petti , grew, Barry's Bay, was married to Mr Orton Wakelin, o£* DovaucheHe. The bride, who was given away by her' father, wore n most "becoming white satin dresa with conventional Tfeiland orange blpssoms. arid carried » beaii ■'illul ehower.bouquet. Her sister, . Miss' Elaifi ' iPeWgreWi tfoted as ttbe wore-a . ijery becoming white dress, and also carried ,■'» boaqaet o( flowers. Mr Leonard Wakelin, brother of the groom, acted as beat man ■ The Bey. J. W. Hay ward performed the onre ■'.mony. Mrs A.. B McKay presidpd' at the piano while the was sung- •■ There was , a large Peninsula attendance of friends and relatives*,and a long toast list was honoored. The Bey. J. W, Hay ward proposed the toast of the bride and bride gloom, to which the groom briefly responded Mr Cbatfield proposed the toast of tbe brides ' maids, to which Mr Iα Wakeliri responded. ' Mr J. Brownlee proposed the toast of the bride's, parents, to which Mr E. I'ettigrew re , •-plied in bis usual »bappy manner , Mr H. Wifeelia apologised'for the ab3enoe of ,the ,-•; bridegroom's .parents. Mr J, ilspn pro , .' pb.3ed, the toast of the-visitbrs, and Mr Ewen ';.: of Chiistohuroh, responded. Beference wa« made to the, war. and the National Anthem. ■■'was snng; ; and three cheers were given for the King, the ■whole proceedings 1 e'ng marked with great happiness and enthusiasm

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WAKELIN -PETTIGREW., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4419, 7 August 1914

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WAKELIN -PETTIGREW. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4419, 7 August 1914

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