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From: J GRIFFITHS <>
Subject: [MON] News Items APRIL 1st to JUNE 30th 1926. Number One-Hundredfortyseven.
Date: Fri, 27 Nov 2009 19:29:42 +0000 (GMT)
Western Mail Thursday April 29th 1926.
Photographs page 12.
A Penarth Bazaar.
Father J. DONOHUE, of St. Joseph's Church , Penarth, the Most Rev. the Archbishop of Cardiff, and the Right Rev. Monsignor O'REILLY, of St. Joseph's Church Penarth, photographed at the bazaar held in aid of the funds of St. Joseph's Church, Penarth.
Mr. Gwilym Gomer GRIFFITHS, only son of Mr. T. GRIFFITHS, Derwenlas, Aberdare, was married to Miss Alexander Mae JENKINS, daughter of Mrs. G. JENKINS, Victoria Hotel, Maesteg, at St. Michael's Church, Maesteg. (Photographer Ernest CARVER, Maesteg)
Cardiff Airman Married.
Mr. Peter CARPENTER, D.S.O., M.C. and Miss Gwynneth THOMAS were married at St. John's Church, Cardiff. Our photograph shows the bridegroom, the bride, Miss Teddie THOMAS, (bridemaid) and Mr. Dolph TREASURE (best man).
David Morgan's Annual Sports.
Heat winners in the men's 100yds.
W. JENKINS, K.C. JOYCE. R.A. LEWIS, G.T. ROBERTS, and H. HOPKIN.
Heat winners of the ladies 75yds. sprint.
Miss E. PUGH, Miss D.M. SAYERS, Miss O.E. GRIFFITHS, Miss M. ALLEN, Miss S.H. HEWLETT, Miss M. ROWLANDS and Miss Ivy JONES.
Bute Dowry Wedding.
Miss Hilda ALLEN, this year's recipient, with her husbasnd, Mr. Albert Jefferson JONES, at the City-hall, with her bridemaids, Miss Mina JONES, and Miss Gladys ALLEN.
Golf Tournament at Rogerstone.
B. HODGSON (Newport) and A.S. GAINEY (Tredegar Park), who tied for first place with 149. Mr. MILLS and Mr. A.W. MORRIS, both of Tredegar Park, who acted as markers.
J.W. HARRISON (Howell's Golf School), Mr. J.J. TRUMP (Newport Club), who marked and J. SHARRETT (Bridgend).
More from the Cowbridge Races.
Mrs. Charles GILBERTSON- rosewood-coloured tailored Eton coat, with a large hat to match, and a marten fur necklet.
Miss GILBERTSON- beaver fur coat over a fawn tailleur, with mastic-coloured felt hat.
Mrs. Harvard DAVIS- wrap-coat on straight lines, in bois de rose tweed, with a felt hat of the same shade.
Mrs. C.T. EDMONDES- pale mastic stockinette jumper suit, trimmed with wool embroideries, with russet-coloured velour hat and cross fox furs.
Mrs. Gilbert Nicholl CARNE- dark stone-coloured suiting coat, with a small black velvet hat and furs.