Examiner (Launceston, Tas. : 1900 - 1954) Wednesday 3 February 1943 p 6 Article
On Saurday. Gwenneth Mary, eldest
daughter of Mrs. and the late Mr. G.
Prosser, Sandhill, and Flying Officer
Frederick A. Cooper, only son of Mr.
and Mrs. T. H. Cooper, Trevallyn. were
married at the Margaret-street Church
of Christ by Pastor R. L. Arnold.
The bride, who entered the church
with Mr. B. Chatwin, wore a princess
gown of white taffeta and. Chantilly
lace, with a full skirt cut into a slight
train. Her embroidered tulle veil, lent
by Mrs. Orpwood, Bairnsdale, was held
in place by a topknot of orange blos
som, formerly worn by the bride
groom's mother. She carried a sheaf
of white gladioli and roses.
The two bridesmaids, Misses Mar
garet and Bessie Prosser, were dressed
alike in long full frocks of blue taffeta,
with matching poke bonnets of tulle.
They carried baskets of red gladioli
Mr. Alex Clayton was best man and.
Sergeant E. Forward, R.A.A.F., grooms
man. Miss M. Snare sang "Because."
Mrs. Presser received the guests at
the Rose Cafe. Her black ensemble
with matching accessories was relieved
by a shoulder spray of mauve gladioli.
The bridegroom's mother wore a
Palma blue tunic suit and hat, with a
shoulder spray of pink carnations.
When leaving on the honeymoon,
which is to be spent on the N.W. Coast
and Victoria, the 'bride travelled in a
smart blue linen suit and a small
flowered toque of the same shade.