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Saturday 14 January 1933 – Wedding of Kate Eleanor Careless at Badsey

Category Hatches, Matches and Dispatches » Marriages
Evesham Standard & West Midland Observer
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The marriage was solemnised on Monday at the Parish Church by the Vicar (Canon W C Allsebrook) of Miss Kate Eleanor Careless, youngest daughter of Mrs and the late Mr T Careless of Bretforton Road, Badsey, and Mr Eustace Algernon Howley, only son of Mr & Mrs A Howley of Cleeve Road, Littleton.

The bride, who was given away by Mr At Hatcher (her brother-in-law) was attired in a dress of beige lace and wore a veil of tuile to which was attached orange blossoms.  She wore shoes to tone and carried a bouquet of red carnations.  She was attended by Miss May Turner of Snowshill who wore a dress of royal blue lace with a chiffon scarf and a coronet of leaves of the same shade.  She carried a bouquet of pink tulips.  Mr Raymond Butler of Blackminster was the best man.

A reception was afterwards held at the Sandys Arms, Wickhamford, the home of the bride’s sister.  The bridal pair were the recipients of a large number of presents which included a case of cutler from Mrs W Cunninghame of Stow-on-the-Wold.  They are making their home at Chapel Street, South Littleton.