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Wedding Bells


Irvine-Sutton. At the Hope Gospel Hall, May Marguerite, daughter of Mr and Mrs V. Q. Sutton, Redwood's Valley, to Donald William, son of Mr and Mrs W. R. Irvine, Wairoa Gorge. Attendants were Philip Field, Richmond, best man, Pamela Berkett, Karamea, cousin of the groom, matron of honour, Neville Malcolm, Richmond, cousin of the groom, Gwennyth Dron, Brightwater, cousin of the bride, Colin Sutton, Richmond, brother of the bride, Kathleen Malcolm, Carterton, cousin of the bride, Philip Irvine, Brightwater, brother of the groom, and Jillian Russell, Dunedin, cousin of the groom. Future home, Brightwater. (Peter Cooper Studio).

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Turton-Marshall. At St. Luke's Union Parish Church, Gail, daughter of Mr and Mrs R. B. Marshall, 47 Waimea Road, to Robin William, son of Mrs L. M. Powell, Haycocks Road, Hope, and Mr C. W. Turton, Collingwood. Attendants were Rosemary Turton, Nelson, sister of the groom, Lynne Marshall, Nelson, sister of the bride, chief maid, Mike Findlay, Palmerston North, best man, and Kay Russell, Nelson. Future home, Nelson, (Rod Neill Studio).



Page-Smith. At the Takaka Catholic Church, Christine, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ron Smith, Commercial Street, Takaka, to Ian, son of Mr and Mrs Reg Page, Waitapu Road, Takaka. Attendants were Merv Little, Linda and Amber (chief maid) Smith, sisters of the bride, and John Allan, best man. The two junior maids were Colleen and Katherine Smith, sisters of the bride. All are from Takaka. Future home, Takaka. (Kingsford and Baigent).


Cole-Mcmillan. At the Nelson Baptist Church, Lynette Olive, daughter of Mr and Mrs D. McMillan, 48 Cambria Street, to Gavin John, son of Mr and Mrs L. L. Cole, 21 Arapiki Road, Stoke, Attendants were Roger Cole, Christchurch, brother of the groom, best man, Gaylene Warren, Wellington, chief maid, Rosanne Cole, Stoke, sister of the groom, and Frederick McMillan, Nelson, brother of the bride. Robyn Hall, Stoke, was flower-girl. Future home, Nelson. (Peter Cooper Studio).