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On Thursday last a pretty wedding in which Peninsula residents will be interested took place in the Church of St. Thomas at Woodbury, Canon Hamilton officiating. The bride was Miss Evelyn Finch, and the bridegroom Mr T. Maskew, of Pigeon Bay. The bride, who was given away by ber brother, wore a dress of white satin with long brocade train lined with pale pink rucbed chiffon, and the usual veil and orange blossom, and she carried a shower bouquet The bridesmaids were Mias Lavie, who wore a gown of hydrangea blue satin with overdress of ninon, and the Misses Menzieß, who wore pink Empire frocks trimmed with black velvet ribbon, and pink mob caps Each of the bridesmaids carried a bouquet of violets and wore a gold bangle, tbe gift of the bridegroom. Mr F, Sercombe acted as best man A reception was held after the ceremony in •■Orokonui," the residence of Mr and Mrs Sercombe. Among ' tbe guests were: Mrs A. Temple (sister of the bride), Mrs Maskew, Christchurch! (aunt of the bridegroom), Mrs Hamilton, Mia A. B. Temple, Mrs Nanson, Mrs Paterson, Mrs Crowe, Mrs G Parker, Mrs Turton, Mrs D. Sharpe, Mrs Orbell, Mra Blakiston, Miss Tripp, Miss Barklie, Miss Temple, Mies Templer, Miss Lyon, and Miss D

1 Barker, Canon Hamilton, Rev. G-. B. Nonson. Mr L Orbell, Dr Paterson, Mr Blakiston, Mr Barklie, Mr Crowe, Mr Menzies, Mr Temple, Mr Burns, and Mr Maskew. The presents were numerous and valuable.

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WEDDING., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3451, 20 April 1915

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WEDDING. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3451, 20 April 1915

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