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|Religious marriage|| October 13, 1945|
Note: Lutwyche Methodist Church
Wedding Albert and Mrs Edwards
THEY WED TO-DAY; 78 & 76 13/10/1945
They met for the first time just over two years ago. Mrs. Edwards revealed last night that her future husband's music attracted her to him. Mr. Ponting is organist at the Spiritual Church in Logan Road, South Brisbane. Mrs. Edwards met him there when she attended a service.
Three children of the bride, two daughters of the groom's, and some their 25 grandchildren will at tend the wedding at 4 p.m. to-day. Silver-haired Mrs. Edwards will wear a lilac frock and a spray of pansies on her shoulder. Fifty-year-old Mrs. L. Rickman will attend the bride, and Mrs. Edwards' son-in-law, Mr. Tom Harris, the groom.
In his flat at Windsor, Mr. Ponting last night smiled over his tea cup. 'No more tea I make my self,' he said. 'I think this will be a shock to my son when he returns from Thailand,' he added. Driver Albert Henry Ponting has been in a Siam prison camp for more than three years. He is now on his way home.
Albert and Alma
Note: Courier Mail Saturday 13 October 1945
|Last change|| November 5, 2011 – 19:18:54|