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DOUBLE WEDDING AT HORORATA.

On Wednesday afternoon. April 28. a r double wedding took place at St John s Church, Hororata*, Th© brides were -Miss Doris Gray and Miss Ethel Gray, the two older daughters of Mrs Gray and the late Air Andrew Gray, of Pontine, Hororata. The bridegrooms were Mr F. N. Wright, son of Mr S. R. Wright (clerk of the Selwyn Comity Council, and Air W O Brien, son of Mr B. O’Brien, Hakataraniea. Miss Doris Gray was married to Air M nght and Miss Ethel Gray to Mr O’Brien. The V en Aroiidoacon >vnsor was the ofhciatinc r clergyman. The bridesmaids were Miss Fern. M right, and . Miss MaviV Orav, and Alisa Eileen Gray and Alisa Jean Oliver (cousins of the brides). Tbs best man for Air Wright was Air Athol Winterbourne, of Merfvak, and the best man for Mr O’Brien was Air Moffett. The two brides looked very pretty indeed in white crepe-de-chine dresses, with bridal veils and wreaths and each carried n pretty bouquet! of tlie bridesmaids were dressed in heliotrope and two in rieux rose Each carried bouquets to match The guests were the near relatives of brides and bridegrooms, and a fo W intimate friends. Air Wright’s two grandmothers were nresent also AG-. Gray, mother of the brides, received he guests, and afternoon tea was partaken of in the Town Hall. Both brides cut the wedding cake. After the usual toasts were honoured the bridal parties motored away amid the good wishes of all present.

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DOUBLE WEDDING AT HORORATA. Star, Issue 19944, 10 May 1920

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