Ogdon-Hayter The wedding of Miss Joyce Agnes Hayter, the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hayter, of 73, Dovecote-lane, Beeston, and Mr. Lawrence Arthur Ogden, the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Ogdon, of 33, Queen's drive, Beeston, took place at St. John's Church, last Thursday. Both the bride and bridegroom are tennis enthusiasts, and have been members of the Attenborough Tennis Club. The bridegroom is a Notts. County policeman, and has been stationed at Retford. His marriage marked his transference to Mansfield. Given away by her father, who is the chairman of the Beeston Constitutional Club, the bride wore a dress of white Nottingham lace over white satin. She had a veil and orange blossom, and pearls given to her by her grandfather, the late Mr. Arthur Lane of Devonshire House, Beeston. The bride's bouquet was of Cream roses. The Misses Irene Lewitt, Kathleen Bidgood and Mary Dunstan were the bridesmaids, all of them being dressed in white organdie, trimmed with pink and blue ribbons. They also wore floral coronets, and carried bouquets of pink roses. The best man was Mr. Keith Ogdon, brother of the bridegroom. Mr. Arthur Hayter, brother of the bride, and Mr. Phillip Williams, cousin of the bride, were groomsmen. Among the guests were Mrs. Lane, grandmother of the bride, and Mr. and Mrs. P. Charles Williams, aunt and uncle of the bride. A reception was held at Hand's Cafe, Beeston, and Mr. and Mrs. Ogdon later left for their honeymoon at Blackpool.
GOLDEN WEDDING. WILLIAMS-LLEWELLYN. - At Pontardawe, Swansea, on November 19th, 1880, John Williams to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of the late Philip Llewellyn, of The Manor, Eardesley. Now residing at 25, Queen's-road, Beeston.
GOLDDEN WEDDlNG CELEBRANTS. BEESTON STATIONMASTER FOR TWENTY-EIGHT YEARS. Mr. and Mrs. John Williams of 25. Queen's road, Beeston, who celebrate their golden wedding today, were married at Pontardawe Swansea, on November 19th, 1880. For nearly half a century Mr. Williams was in the service of tho L.M. and S. Railway Co., being stationmuter at Beeston for 28 years. He has two brothers and three sisters living, and the ages of the six aggregate 460 years. Mrs. Williams is the eldest daughter of the late Mr Philip Llewellyn, of Eardisley. Mr. and Mrs. Williams have two sons and one daughter, the former serving throughout the Great War. The eldest son, Mr. John Williams, is one of the senior auditors to the Grand Trunk Railway, while his brother is we1l known as the leader of the Beeston Lads' Club, The daughter, Mrs, Creatorex, lives at Winster. near Matlock.
GOLDEN WEDDING. - Mr. and Mrs. John Williams, who now live at Beeston. Notts, and have many associations in Herefordshire, celebrated their golden wedding on Wednesday. They were the recipients of many presents, and the family gathering will long be remembered by all the guests for its happy associations. Mr. Williams belongs to an ancient family of Glasbury-on-Wye, and· Mrs. Williams is the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Llewelyn, of Eardisley. She first met Mr. Williams when he was stationmaster at Eardisley, about 1877, and they were married at Pontardawe, where Mr. Williams was stationrmaster, on November 19th, 1880. They left Pontardawe for Syston, Leicestershire, in 1883, and then Mr. Williams, was appointed stationmaster at Beeston (Midland Railway) where he remained for 27 years. He retired in 1919, and settled in the same town. They have two sons and one daughter, all of whom are married.