Winslow A. Stark

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A grocer of Bridge Street, Ballarat East. He was a member of the Old Colonists' Association.

Family

The marriage of Mr Winslow A. Stark, third, son of the late Mr John Stark, of Ballarat, surveyor and civil engineer, to Miss Ethel White, eldest daughter of Mr J. E. White, of 'Bombay,” Drummond-street, took place at the residence of the bride’s parents on Tuesday last. The bride was attired in her travelling dress, of summer tweed, with trimmings of brown silk and floral chiffon; black picture hat, and feather boa (the gift of the bridegroom). Miss Elsie White (brides maid) a pretty dress of cream voile, trimmed with chiffon and applique, and hat to match: and two little maids (Gladys White and Gladys Smith), were prettily attired in cream serge costumes and large chiffon hats with cream ostrich tips. Mrs. J.E. White (mother of the bride) was in a black silk voile skirt, handsomely trimmed black net bodice. Mrs Stark (mother of the bridegroom), black brocade. [1r] trimmings. Miss Stark. black silk skirt. blue silk blouse, lace trimmings. Miss H. Stark, black silk, voile skirt, green bodice, and lace trimmings. Mrs A. Eastwood. cream serge costume. Mrs W. Longwall, black brocade. Mrs W. M. Ashley, black silk. voile skirt, applique trimmings. pale blue satin bodice, Maltese lace trimmings. Mrs Greenwood, black brocade. Mrs Smith. black silk skirt, net bodice. Mrs G. Bromley, black voile skirt, cream silk bodice. Miss Elsie Greenwood, cream silk dress. Miss Sara Smith, pink silk dress. Miss Tot Mackay, voile skirt pretty pale blue satin-bodice, Maltese lace trimmings. The groomsmen were Messrs E. White, and Athol Stark. The bridegroom’s gifts were — to the brides maids gold chain and pendant; and to the little maids, gold bangles. The bride’s gift in the bridegroom was a silver-mounted umbrella. After the ceremony the wedding breakfast was partaken of, which was presided over by the Rev. C. Cameron. The toast of “The Bride and Bridegroom” was proposed in suitable terms by the chairman; also that of “The Parents.” “The Bridesmaids’’ was proposed by Mr Athol Stark, and responded to by Mr E. White. Mr and Mrs Stark subsequently left on their wedding tour, amidst the hearty good wishes of their numerous friends. Many very handsome presents were received.[1]


Also See

Old Colonists' Association


References

  1. Ballarat Star, 22 August 1903.



--Clare K.Gervasoni 22:11, 7 March 2022 (AEDT)

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