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The Argus (Melbourne, Vic.

: 1848-1954), Thursday 4 September 1947, page 8

RECEPTION AT THE VICTORIA: Mr Hugh Robertson and his


bride, who was Dorothy Meade. They were married yesterday.

,
TWO WEDDINGS YESTERDAY ¡

Piesse-Au mann
A white satin
Robertson-Meade
embossed gown with |
The marriage of Dorothy Patricia,
an old lace veil, mounted on tulle
younger daughter of Mr and Mrs P.
and caught with orange blossom, Meade, of East Hawthorn, to Hugh
were worn by Winifred Margaret, James, youngest son of Mrs Stuart
older daughter of Mr and Mrs F. B. Robertson, of Kensington, London,
Aumann, of Narre Warren, for her
marriage yesterday to Mervyn and the late Mr Robertson, was cele-
Charles, only son of Mrs F. E. L.
brated yesterday at Our Lady of
Piesse, of West Perth, and the late
¡
Victories Church, Camberwell.
!
Mr C. A. Piesse, MLC.
¡ The Rev Fr J. Bracken officiated.
The Rev W. P. Daunt, of Berwick.
¡
The bride's gown had a lace bodice,
officiated at Christ Church, South
allied to an organdie skirt, and she
Yarra. The bride was attended by wore an embossed tulle veil and
Mrs Arthur Hobley and Miss Phyllis
carried asaleas. She was attended
Aumann, with Diane Forbes as
flower girl. Mr Prank Aumann was
by her sisters, Misses Mary, and
best man and Mi* Geoffrey Mcintyre Peggy Meade, whose white moss

was The crepe gowns had draped bodices, and


groomsman. reception was
who wore floral hate of multi-col-
held at Thurlstone.
oured flowers.

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oured flowers.
Mi* Patrick Meade was best man
and Mr Charles Sheppard was
groomsman. A reception was held
at Victoria Palace.