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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 April 1948

WEST HOXTON GARAGE General Motor Repairs Oxy and Electric Welding Greasing and Maintenance General Engineering Promptness and Efficiency Assured. BATTERY CHARGING New Tyres and Tubes, Batterie Retreads. j A. Gillard uroiiriet" j NEWS ITEMS FROM MURRAY'S PH AF MACY Cod Liver OA is good for you-yes, but hard to take, you'll say. Well, do you know that you can obtain the essential vitamins of Cod Liver Oil in a pleasant, tasteless form. Vita Liver Capsules, tiny gelatine pearls, contain the goodness of Cod Liver Oil, without the taste. Price is oniy 3 6 per bottle. Poultry Farmers . . . Chicken season is around again, and so is the deadly Coccidiosis. Megathol is possibly the best answer to 'this problem. We have stocks. Foi- a positive, no guesswork, dose of Vitamins A and D. Moluoüs Vetemul is good. We have it available in both the single "A" and the "A" and "D" sizes, ranging from 1/5 a gallon. 1 gallon and 5 gallons. Ladies, just to let you know that Coty's talc in Lorigan perfume ...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CYCLING [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 April 1948

CYCLING Well-known local amateur-cyclist Jack Cooper, who has had many years ex- perience, wtih thc - Lidcombe Cycle Club as rider and official, was in attendance at last meeting of the newly-formed Liverpool Club to advise the young cyclists on Cyclist Union Road Racing Rules. In che" absence of the chi.'rman, Jack Cooper was elected guest-Chairman for the meeting. Jack was neard to compli- ment club officials on the orderly con- duct cf the meeting. The Club is con- ducting a guessing competition. Tickets arc obtainable ¿rom members. The secretary des-.ces t" inform all intending new members they can join at the start of races, at corner of Wil- son and Scott Streets, every Saturday I aï 2 p.m., or at meetings. The results of the 8 Mile Handicap, held rn April 10th. was: J. Jones 1, B. Taylor 2 and fastest time (25m 15s), P. Trapman 3. All members of this club are requested to attend the next general meeting to be held in the hall in Northumberland Street, Liverpool. The business ...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HERE AND THERE [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 April 1948

HERE AND THERE Through the personal representations of Mr. Jeff Bate M.L.A., the Depart- ment of Education has authorised its Painting and Repair Staff to carry out the necessary work for the darkening of a classroom at Ingleburn Public School for projection purposes. . . . Miss Norma James, who was marrie i to Mr. Herb Ffcgg Jr. on Saturday last, was given a Kitchen Tea bv her fríen*-' ? on the previous Tuesday. Held in Hill- view Hall, with Mr. P. Wheeler as M.C., it was a gay function, Norma being th' reeepient of a wonderful collection of useful presents and a hot oï god. I wishes. Il:ib very nicely thanked every- body. I * "Old Blue" is apparently so disgusted with Liverpool A Grade's performance against Cabramatta on the Showground ! last Sunday that he can't, bring himself to record the debacle. However, it was a pretty good day's sport despite Liverpool's 15-2 defeat and a bit of knuckling-up on the field. And a highly profitable dav too for both the club and the Show Societ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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YOUR OWN HOME [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 April 1948

YOUR OWN HOME Parramatta - Granville, Cabramatta. Fairfield and Liverpool Group and Co- operative Building Societies have al- ready advanced £1,250,000 to home builders and home buyers. * * The terminating Co-operative Build- ing Societies, which is new in the past ten years, have advanced over £40 mil- iten, is now recogHised'as the best I method of home finance in Australia. ? The Societies, which are truly co- operative, provide loans of 100 per cent of the total value up to £1250, 90 per cent up to £ 1540 and 80 per cent up to £2240 of the house and land. Interest is only 4 per cent. Home plans and specifications are provided for home- builders from £2/12/6. Legal fees are two-thirds of the scale cost and repay- ments are much less than rent and are i spread over 22 2/3 years. Being a Co-1 operative Society no one makes a profit out of the Societies' operations and the Group, which is the largest in Australia, has exceptionally low overhead costs. The Societies are supervised by...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 April 1948

iüÄLnr "I Our Motto f THE I CHOICEST FRUITS I AND VEGETABLES Il Only K. BILLETT Scott St., LIVEKFUOL Ml HEELERS JVVOURY «^scurrs /5* WI! lb. !UPS AND POAUCERS . 3, 4/3 each DRIED APRICOTS 1/7 lb. " DINNER* PLATES 3/11 each BILLER'S F DELICATESSAN r\»tt Si. (opp. Fire Station) \J LIVERPOOL «Idfipr AU Your Smallgoods . 3es1 Dressed Poultry a Specialty Phone UB7838 OR ' INSIDE THE GATES pocHARGREAVES PARK <s TURNBULL & GREAD fFAMILY BUTCHERS QUALITY" OUE MOTTO Travel Farther and Far« ;f Worse > I afc PARK CAKE SHOP \- j andi ÏCONFECTIONERY HARGREAVES PARK t,l'?; (R. D. LUTZE, Proprietor) ^or Home-baked Cakes, ekg Pastries, Pies, e*c. lading and! Birthday Cakes a '< ! Specialty" . - :f>nly the best ingredients used. i|rs taken for Picnics. Socials, and ; other functions. f Phone Liv. 21. ÄK)D COFFILL -I Limited as" |NERAL DIRECTORS telephone: UB7623 YOU USE A 'PAXI WHEN IN A HURRY j FOR IMMEDIATE SERVICE, Phone UB7880 BLACK AND WHITE DAY AND NIGHT Wed...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 April 1948

Australian Legion of Ex Service- men and Women Liverpool and District Sub-Branch DAWN SERVICE This sub-branch is co-operating with tlhe Liverpool Sub-branch, RSL. in the DAWN SERVICE on ANZAC DAY, 25 th April, I 1948. Members are requested to as- semble at the Protestant Hall at 4 a.m, F. Whee'er. pree. W. J. Stanton, Hon. Sec. YES-WE DO it* EMBROIDERY * SATAN STITCH * PLEATING * GOVfiRED BELTS SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO: i (Inc, in U.S.A.) 308 Church Street, PARRAMATTA DOLL HOSPITAL . And Ali Doll Par's. STAR LINGERIE . 43a BURWOOD ROAD. BURWOOD Jones DRYCLEANERS Liverpool: MISS IIOUGH, 187 Macquarie Street Cabramatta : Hrs. GERAGHTY, opp. Ballway Station WANTED. GOLD, JEWELS CUT GLASS, ANTIQUES for Spot Cash. GREEN'S, Jewellers, LIVERPOOL. -, Telephone UB7810. "JUNE BRIDES" 3 ROOMS of Modern FURNITURE from £99/18/6 Cash, Easy Terms, or Lay-by GEO. PURDUE 97 ARGYLE STREET (Opposite Parramatta Station) Also ISO CHURCH ST., PARRAMATTA Thone UW 9057 _;.?. II irili > y FOR LOVELY HAND...

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CASULA CHATTER [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 April 1948

TABULA rHATTER Mr V'<" <3t"í, WnrT- i>av« ivit ?ir1id"v. front ni. t'i<? Mountains. * TV,o 0-(ni-,f-|f-lv dp Tl"». »-<«M .>* r«"'ï T'V"rt:r5q^- fliq r* «roll lt1f>r>dn<1 !»Tld " T^OH tim« wo- bsd V>" nil vyrPsnnt. : "TTl-in'n" Topi, WTJVTÍ"-!^ vo<; t ftp WiTl 'Ifv rf fl-«? ll|"lrv d'-nr tirV"ï. * * * */|>s. T.p»r"oIr. rf n'pnfSpH T?n.-m bas returned f">ni ^ week's plea"nT holif'av .it Palm Beach. * * * Cartt. ard Mrs. B N. de M«"'rick of .fivcrlifirfl, T.;t,t!p Haronton. RA., are r^civini- fonerat.ii'at.ioris ort the birth of a son. The Colonel ls still r^tohin" as Mrs d« vpvriniç 's ove vvtVi her son and famiiv 'n R.A. on a holiday. | * * * Next Tue^iv ni^M tbs C^'lo Social Club i<= holding a «Back to Childhood" nteht for ci"b members orilv. So on with your b^st. "bfb and tucker." And whât about these "pie-tails" pirls?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 April 1948

* SPECIALISED ELECTRICAL SERVICE if COMPLETE ENGINE RE-CONDITION ING. ft BATTERY CHARGING UNDER SPECIALIST SUPERVISION it LARGE STOCKS OF ACCESSORIES OfLS, AND GREASES EFFICIENCY AND PROMPTNESS ASSURED LIVERPOOL SERVICE STATION OrP'JSITE COLLINGWOOD HOTEL G. K. HUALPHRV.S. A.M'l .A.M K , Prup Authorised ínspec'ion Station FRED MARSHALL AUCTIONEER POULTRY SALE EVERY WEDNESDAY 12.30 p.m. MOORE STREET LIVERPOOL POULTRY PICKED UP MORNING OF SALE. PHONE, CAMDEN 342

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 April 1948

Wally Smith's CABRA VALE TAXI SERVICE Available for Weddings. Funerals, etc. Tours arranged. Phone UBI726 J. ROWELL GENERAL CARRIER Phone Liv. 34.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 April 1948

THE DOLLAR SAVER . ... ALL BRITISH BEDFORD TRUCKS For Prompt Delivery. F^ace your order now with PAT CULLEN'S SERVICE STATION HUME HIGHWAY LIVERPOOL * SPARE PARTS. + TYRES AND TUBES * ACCESSORIES Phone UB781S. NOW IS THE TIME TO LIME YOUR GROUND "NEWPRO" AGRICULTURAL LIME (Ground Carbon&U) is available for d|*livery now. lu ur 15-iun Trucks (94 lb. bays, 24 tu ton). SS, - per Hon, i.tt.r. Merrima, plus freight prepaid («uh willi ord PI I Delivered to Metropolitan Rail Station*. 43/4 par ton. Ton lois, ex our Stores, 55/- per ton. Bug Lou, ex o vir Store», o o per bag. N.S.W. PRODUCE CO. PTY. LTD. SCOTT STREET, LIVERPOOL DON'T FORGET 9T MAY MOTHERS' DAY . New Stocks SUppers arriving each week of 'Knights ' Bella, Ï ' idyll, Myrl, and Check Felt Slippers. Cosy or Leather soles, al Y ii BLAKE'S FOOTWEAR STORE f Macquarie Stree*, Liverpool $ 'Phone UB76S9 ? rhone UB7bW j k ? rf OUALITY MEAT AND PROMPT AND COURTEOUS SERVICE from I S. T. PEARCE BUTCHER MACQUARIE STREET, LIVERPOOL ...

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THE COURTS [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 April 1948

THE COURTS At Liverpool Police Court last Thurs- I day, before Mr. Debenham S.M., John ! Phillip dc Baume, 33, was charged with stealing a bicycle valued at £8/10/ from James Boyd at the Collingwood Hotel on 3rd April. Const, armes gaze evidence that de- fendant borrowed a bicycle from a neigh- i bour and was drinking at the hotel, | but whi-n he left he rode his own bi cycle and led another to the dairy of Mr. Joseph Cook in Mulgoa Road, Mt. Pritchard, where he stole a box of filter pads. The bicycle was stripped, parts being recovered from various tenants of Hargreaves Park and the frame from a nearby creek. "Convicted, de Baume was fined £10. A similar penalty was in- flicted on his further conviction on a charge of stealing the filter pads. . * Shirley Turner, convicted of stealing jewellery, clothing and other articles valued at £53, from Ada Mumberson at 461 Hume Highway, on 13th January, 1948, was given a sentence of 6 months. A sentence of 4 months jail was inflicted on a fu...

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POULTRY FARMERS Egg Prices [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 April 1948

POULTRY FARMERS Egg Price« Never before has the decline in pro- duction reached such a low figure than at the present time. Housewives are going from shop to shop in an endeav- our to purchase sufficient eggs for their families, and poultry farmers report their inability to supply their customers with anything like their usual quota. It is high tthie the law of supply and demand operated in relation to egg prices. The Egg Marketing Board, on resuming control in January, took im- mediate action in increasing the price of eggs to a level somewhat in proportion to the cost of production, but they drop- ped in price again by 3d. per dozen much too rapidly, the reason given for the decrease being the decline in sales. As that reason no longer holds, we consider that the price should be in- ; creased again immediately. The Victorian price at present is ld. per dozen higher eggs to a level somewhat in proportion tion in that State has always been low- er than in N.S.W. Wheat Many complaint...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 April 1948

ÇOLWPS llimillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllliilillllllllillllllllllllllllilillim: iiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiii GROCERS SADDLERS HARDWARE, WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS 199 & 204 MACQUARIE ST., LIVERPOOL JUST ARRIVED-BIG NEW STOCKS! RUGS - RUNNERS - MATS - MATTING if "AVALON" BELGIAN RUGS, 54 x 27 inch. Fawns, Pinks, Blues and Greens, at only 43/3. if SISAL FIBRE MATS, 54 x 27 inch, in a large range of colours, 15 6 if OVAL COIR MATS, nicely stencilled, 18/11. if DOOR MATS, from 6/10 COIR MATTING, 36 inch, 8/6, 27 inch 6 4, 22 inch, 5/4 yard THE SCHOOL TUCK SHOP Soft Drinks, Ice Cream, Con .<*cnonery, Milk Bar, Milk Shakef and Drinks, only 4d. J. CAMPBELL á MOORE ST., LIVERPOOL CUT LUNCHES. SANDWICHES. CAKES AND PASTRY TOBACCO AND CIGARETTES STATIONERY. GROCERIES. Anderson's Smallwoods j Phone UB7680 I ,'wU.()W IHK CROWDS . . C. R. TEBB FAMILY BUTCHER 30 Terminus Street, Liverpool "Best Quality Meat Only' at Ruling Prices Phone UB7MI j W.L SAYLE" CHEMIST HARGREAVES PARK AT MAI...

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NEWS OF THE LEGION [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 April 1948

NEWS OF THE LEGION In answer to many enquiries, it is advised that early payment of War Grat- uity can only be obtained in cases of distress due to the applicant or lils family, or for crediting to an approved authority for the purchase or building of a home. The Ladies' Auxiliary held a dance at the Town Hall last Friday night. Al- though the attendance was small, the evening was a success in many ways and the ladies intend to hold more of these functions in aid of the Legion's Building Fund. The Ladies will be holding their monthly ctreet stall this Saturday. They will be grateful for donations of any- thing saleable. Legion members are requested to as- semble at the Protestant Hall at 4 aJn. on Anzac Day, to participate in the Dawn Service. Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. N. Hancock- of Hammondville, on the birth of a daughter. » * * ' Social Cricket Legion cricketers are hogs for punish- ment. They challenged Hammondville to a cricket match, which took place at Woodward Park las...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 April 1948

HONOR ROLL LA HAY-In loving memory of our dear brother, brother-in-law. nephew and cous'n. NX53385, Pte. James (Wimpy) La Hay, C Coy. 2/20th Ba., who died about 26th April, 1944, in PO W. Camp, Sumatra. Forever remembered by Sheila, Don, Geoff and sorrowing' aunties and unites. . CHURCH NOTICES METHODIST CHURCH _ Sunday, April 25th LIVERPOOL-ll a.m. Rev. C. Willmore, 7 p.m. Rev. C. Wittmore. INGLEBURN-ll a.m. Presbyterian. DuWisbo»' br R. bowell. Liverpool, and nrfnfA-* h* The *5PTI'PV Print. 51 Good Street. Granville PUBLIC NOTICES LIVERPOOL SUB-BRANCH R.S.S. and A.I.L.A. An Extraordinary General MEETING of the above Sub-Branch will be held on FRIDAY, 7th MAY, 1948 8 p.m. Business : Nominations foir: State President. . I Slate Councillors. ! Delegates to Annual Conference. 'Delegates to Soldiers' Settle- ments Conference. Certificates of Merit. Full attendance requested ple?s_. H. W. Clark. Hon. Sec. Liverpool Homing Pigeon Society MEETING of all interested in flying this ¡ year fi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 April 1948

LAND AND PROPERTY E. C. GRUCHY ¿TOCK AND STATION . AGENT Real Estate AUCTIONEER See Gruchy First 231 MACQUARIE STREET. 1 UVERPOOL UB7873 FARMS FARMS Parramatta for Farm Buyers LYN REGAN BA Licensed Stock and Station Agent 93 Argyle S'reet (a! S'Btion South Side) PARRAMATTA Phone UW6S31 *'For a Quick Sale, Ring Regan-1 "AUCTION SALE A CLEARANCE SALE On account ot Mr J. E Wells, Fawcett Street, Glenfield, the P.ClS. will offer by auction, live stock, and plant on the farm on Satutrd¡3y, 1st May, at 2 p.m. 200 White Leghorn Hens (A. D. Wilson; 150 tangshan Hens (R. D. Wilson) 1 Cow 1 Steel Shed 22x14, 2 wooden sheds 52x16, 1 shed 25x15, 1 shed 20x7. 1 Danks hot water eire, brooder complete. I Elec. battery brooder 800 cap. (almost new). 1 Múltiplo cold battery brooder 800 cap. Netting, posts, gates, feed and water troughs, bins, 2 baths, ball cocks, etc., etc.' THE PRODUCERS ' CO-OPERATIVE DISTRIBUTING SOGETY LIMITED Haymarket. M4683 FOR SALE BICYCLE. Women's Speedwell, perfect conditi...

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HOCKEY [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 April 1948

HOCKEY I Official practice matches were played j at Moe: .b nk las'. Saturday against the j Granville-Lidcombe Club. The showers I in the afternoon spoilt the game from a j spectator's point of view. But players enjoyed the practice, and are anxious for next Saturday's big event, their entry into first* grade hockey. They showed tood form cn Saturday and are confident of hold ns 3 prominene position in the competition at the end of the fearon. If youth should do it. this Club has it, as out of 44 members, 24 are under 21 years. Teams for Saturday, 24th, Moorrbank L:ver;:ool v Randwick at Moorebank. 1st Grade: A. Stockton, A. Reeves. K: Beale, H. Cullen. R. Burt, G. Murphy (capt.), R. Goldfinch. E. McCooey, K. Worth, H. Ward, L. Shaw. Reserve, R. Stockton. Time 3.15 p.m. sharp. 2nd Grade. 1.15 p.m.: W. Thorne, R. Thorne. P. Oughton, R. Light, G. Burt. P. Deadman, M. Hogan. J. Tester. W. Pantlin, K. Ward (capt.), I. Cameron. Reserves, K. Starr, A. Ryles. 3rd Grade, to play at Centenni...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 April 1948

HERE AND THERE Liverpool talent shows ou¿ again. Local songb rd Evelyn Ccok won the "Indus- try Entertains" Competition conducted by 2UW and concluded last Sunday. This 16-years-old soprano was given the verdict by competent judges over many top-grade emateurs and high-class pro- fessions. Evelyn's prize was a silver champagne bucket - minus contents. Don't be surprised :f you read plenty about Ulis Charles Street nightingale in the next few years. We'd like to see her give her own recital in a year of so. i PRESTON YOUNGER SET DON'T MISS THE DANCE OF THE SEASON April 23rd at Preston Hall Dancing 6 to 12. Good Supper. Admission 2 - Bus frcm Liverpool and return after Dance. PARKS COMMITTEE" | DANCE TOMORROW (FR DAY) NIGHT LIVERPOOL TOWN HALL Gcod Ofches'ra. Novelties ADMESSIQN, 2/. SOME" FACTS ABOUTj CASO1 MAT WALL AND CEILJ'NG FAINT if THE paint for interior decor étions. if Bound with CASEIN and oil. if It is water repellent and WASHABLE. if Dries to a PERFECT flat', finish. if 1 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 April 1948

THE HOTEL MAINSBRIDGE The Main Hotel in the Main Street of one of the Main Towns of the South Our Main Advantages . . . HOT AND COLD WATER IN EVERY ROOM SPACIOUS DINING ROOM AND LOUNGES «Áu'sls nee i vc Res! nf Attention. Telephone UR7840 E. TULLY (Fellow of Beal Estate Institute-F.R.E.I.) STOCK, STATION AND ESTATE AGENT AUCTIONEER Specialists in Beal Estate ano Property managemam Stock Sales, ll a.m. Every Saturday. TULLY'S STOCKYARDS RIGHT AT STATION, LIVERPOOL. Phone UB7847 A. JARVIS MILK BAR, ICE CHEAM AND CONFECTIONERY, ti IC NE RAL STOREKEEPER AND PRODUCE MERCHANT 423 Hume Highway, Liverpool CAKES. FRUIT, SMALLGOODS. PHONE: LIV. A ' W. H. BURGESS For Your Convenience: The Little Shop Round the Corner CUMBERLAND STREET, CABRAMATTA -fa Fresh Fruit and Vegetables. Soft Drinlqs, Ice Cream and Confectionery. New Milk Bar. Groceries, Cakes and Pastry. Fresh Smallgoods of quality. JOINERY. A. H. SAXON JOINERY. Fairfield Joinery Works, 63 Sackville Street, Fairfield Distinctive Design...

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WEDDING BELLS Flegg-James [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 April 1948

WEDDING BELLS Flegg-Jame-s A very pretty wedding, of interest to Liverpool residents, was celebrated on Saturday, nih, when Norma, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. James of Hillview, was married to Herbert! eldest son of Mr. and Mi's. H. Flegg, of Hume Highway, at St. Luke's Church of Eng i land, Liverpool. j The bride looked charming wearing I a white satin gown, finger-tip embroider I ed veil and string of pearls. She carried a bouquet of frangipanni, carnations and tuberoses. The bridesmaids, Misses Dorothy Mc Mcrland and Merle Flegg, wore tur Qucise-blue frocks with matching hats ¡md elbow-length mittens, and carried bouquets cf red roses and carnations. Two pretty little flower girls, Pat Al- cock and Valerie Flegg looked very dainty wearing gald taffeta focks with red roses in their hair and carried baskets of red roses. The bridegroom was attended by Mr. i Ted Retorts as best man and Mr. Arthur ,' James as groomsman. The Rev. F. Meyer j effie a.ed. During- the signing of th...

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