A very pretty wedding was celebrated al St Nicholas' R.C. Church, Tamworth, on November 24 by the Rev. Father Mul lins, when Mr. J. T. McGann, son of Mr. and Mrs. McGann of Cessnock; was married to Dorothy Ellen, eldest daughter or Mrs. Greentree. of Lewis Street, Tamworth. The bride, who was given away by her grand father, Mr. Robert Lane, was daintily attired in a frock of silver embroider ed net, with overdress of white georgette and wore the customary wreath arid veil. She carried a sheaf of lilies and aspara gus fern, which, with a handsome hand bag, were the gifts of the bridegroom. She was attended by her sister, Miss Florrie Greentree, as bridesmaid, who wore a very smart frock of powder blue crepe-de-chene and georgette, and leghorn hat, trimmed with powder blue. Her bouquet and gold wristlet watch were the gifts of the bridegroom. Mr. W. Madden acted as best man. As the bride entered the church, the Children of Mary, in regalia, formed a guard of honor. The marriage ceremony was followed by Nuptial Benediction, and Miss Gladys Cleary sang 'O Salutnris,' during the signing of the register. The altar was nicely decora ted by girl friends of the bride. A reception was afterwards held at Rackham and Paull's, Peel Street, at which Father Mullins presided, and the usual toasts were honored. Mr. and Mrs. McGann left by the Glen Innes passenger train for Sydney and Melbourne, the bride travelling in a smart frock of navy geor gette, with hat to match. The bride was the recipient of many useful and valuable gifts, including several cheques.
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