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Warwick Examiner and Times, Qld., Saturday 7 August 1915, page 6
WEDDING - WHITE - MUNSIE.
A very pretty wedding was solemnised at the Methodist Church, Warwick, on Saturday last, when Miss Olive Mabel, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Munsie, of the Darling Downs Hotel, Sandy Creek, was married to
Mr. Mervil Charles Paul White, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles White, of Wheatvale. The bride was attended by Misses Alice Munsie and Ruby White as bridesmaids, and the bridegroom was accompanied by Mr. Jack White as best man.
The bride entered the church on the arm of her father, who subsequently gave her away. Rev. D. Hill, B.A., officiated. After the ceremony, a reception was held at Johnson's cafe. where relatives and friends of the bride and bridegroom, to the number of forty-two, sat down to a sumptuous breakfast, presided over by Mr. William Duggan, in the absence of the Rev. D. Hill, who had another engagement to attend to. After the delicacies had been partaken of, the chairman proposed the toast of "The Bride and Bridegroom" in a felicitous speech to which the bridegroom responded. The chairman next proposed the toast of "The Parents," to which Mr. S. A. Munsie and Mr. Chas. White responded. The next toast was that of "The Visitors," proposed by Mr. Jack White, and responded to by Mr. James Seymour. The toast of "The Chairman" was given by Mr. Tom Higgins. The gifts, which were displayed in the reception room, were many and valuable, amongst them being a number of cheques.

The catering was done in Mr. Johnson's neat and capable way which was very much appreciated by the guests. The happy couple motored to the railway station, where they were seen off on their honeymoon trip to Brisbane by many friends. Mr. White, who has passed his examination with 89 points out of 100, has been appoint- ed an instructional officer in the Commonwealth Defence Force, and has been appointed to Lismore, where, in future, he and his wife will reside.

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