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A very pretty wedding of interest to Peninsula readers took place at tbe residence of Mr A. J. Sunckell, of "The Tongue," Waiau, on November 4th, when Mr R. J. Crampton, second son of Mr J, B. Crampton, of Glenbourne, Waiau, was mimied to Mi?e Ethel Eliza Sunckell, eldest daughter of Mr Alfred Sunckell, who formerly was a resident of Banks Peninsula The Uev. J. T. Smith (Anglican) was the officiating clergyman. Tbe bride, who was given away by her father, waa in a cream silk crepe de chine, draped basque, orthodox veil, and and carried a bouquet of orange blossoms. The bridesmaid, Miss Elsie Bunckell, wore heliotrope with a satin stripe with a cream allover I cc trimmings. Mr Guy Orampton was beat man. Tbe gift of the bridegroom to the bride was expanding gold wristlet watch, and to the bridesmaid a gold link bracelet. The biide presented the groom with an oak writing desk, and the groomsman with n travelling suit case. Th» wedding breakfast waa served in a marquee ad joining tbe residence to some sixty guests, many coming from long dis tances. The happy couple left by motorcar for Dunedin amidst ebowers of rice and the good wishes of her friends the bride's travelling dress being a tailorcoade navy blue costume with buttons to match, and hat being

of tiiui- siik with biiihll uf daijpsfor trimming. The lesiivities continued in the afternoon, aud in. the evening a dance was held. Sdr Hugh Crampton acted as master of ceremonies,

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WEDDING., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3455, 24 November 1914

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WEDDING. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3455, 24 November 1914

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