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_„A . dSNiSO'EI-^LAVEKL I .'•■■■ I A .-vlery pretty wedding of ooHsidei'able local interest wais solemnised at Devxmport Methodist Church last weeik, • the contracting parties being Mr John lEinsor, of the well known firm of Ensor ©ros., and Miss E'fchel Flavell, eldest daughter of Mr Thos. Flavell, a highly respected resident of Pukekohe. The officiating minister was Kiev. Blamires. The bride, who was given away by her father, was becomingly gowned, in crennal safcin prettily trimnied with Bilk allover la*. She wore, the customary veil and orange blossoms, and carried! a beautiful shower bouquet. Her present from the brideroom was oi gold bangle with Infrge amethyst and pearls. Sh© was- attended by three biidesmaids. Her sister, Miss Violet Flavell, looked sweetly _ pretty in, cream, chiffon taffeta and ibaofc T.agal hat with ostrich feather*. Misses Eiva and Nellie FJnsor also followed as bridesmaids, the former wearing a, dainty nink glace silk with black hat and faint pink trimming, and the latter a, stylish I white glace silk and foladk ha/t. All three carried bouquets faintly tinged with pink. Their presents consisted of earrings and. brooch. ¥he duties of beet man wer» capably carried out by Mr Geo. Brownlee, and those of groomsmfcn by Messrs Candy and Mellwraith. After the wedding breakfast the h»ppy couple left by the Wellington express on a short honeymoon, the bride travelling ut a na,vy dowbume With oriental saitin trimniiing and black hat with white ostrich feathers.

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THAMES NEWS, Thames Star, Volume XLVII, Issue 10343, 26 September 1912

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THAMES NEWS Thames Star, Volume XLVII, Issue 10343, 26 September 1912

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