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In the Repertory production of "Cinderella" you may remember Pamela as "Dandini". You couldn't, at any time, forget the Two Ugly Sisters, Hattie and Tattie. They so wanted to be bridesmaids at Cinderella's wedding. They missed out there, but they didn't miss out at Dandini's wedding. The two (Ron Parkin and Brian Davis) rolled up at the wedding dance to claim the right to be Pam's bridesmaids. Hilarity throughout!

Attention All Brides

In an effort to depart from the stereotype wedding format of two half-page formal groups, we will in future be selecting, from photographers, pictures which will not be necessarily formal groups. We advise brides, therefore, that if this should occur in the future, not to blame the photographer concerned if their wedding formal does not appear in "Photo News". We will make the selection and will endeavour to see that the best pictures with the greatest interest are chosen. To depart also from the stereotype form of writing we use in weddings is also our wish. Brides could help us if they would include on their wedding forms the predominant colours of the maids' dresses, the materials used in the bride's gown and any other information relevant to the wedding. In this way we feel we can make the weddings of greater interest to a greater number of our readers.


Deas-Lukies. At Trinity Presbyterian Church, Pamela Janice, only daughter of Mr and Mrs Alan Lukies, 119 Princes Drive, to Alan John, eldest son of Mr and Mrs J. L. Deas, 24 Bledisloe Avenue, Stoke. Mr and Mrs Deas are at top left of the picture and Mr and Mrs Lukies, top right. Attendants were Bruce Emms, Murray Deas, brother of the groom, best man, Jennifer Harding, cousin of the bride, chief maid, and Kathryn Fletcher, all of Nelson. They will make their home in Nelson. >(Peter Cooper).


Rivers-Wilson. Janet, youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs R. Wilson, Christchurch, to Lewis, youngest son of Mr and Mrs R. W. Rivers, 35 Ngatitama Street, Nelson. Future home, Greytown.