Western Argus (Kalgoorlie, WA: 1916 – 1938) Tuesday 22 July 1919 pg 14
A PRETTY WEDDING was solemnised at Wesley Church on Wednesday 25 June when Miss Annie Marsh (Annie Myrtle Ivy), eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Marsh, Egan street was united in holy matrimony to Mr Victor Trezise only son of Mr and Mrs S. Trezise, 14 Melbourne Street, Brown Hill.
The bride, who was given away by her father, looked charming in a wedding gown of ivory crepe de chine with fine lace panels edged with silk fringe amid tassels. She wore the customary wreath and veil and carried a bouquet of roses, sweet peas, carnation and ferns.
The bridesmaids were Miss Grace Trezise (sister of bridegroom), who wore a dainty dress of cream silk, with a hat to match, and carried a bouquet of roses and fern and Miss Dorothy Marsh (sister of the bride), who wore a dainty cream silk coat frock and carried a basket of pink and white flowers and fern with streamers.
Mr Thomas Marsh officiated as best man and Mr Geo. Marsh as groomsman. The wedding breakfast was served at the residence of the bride’s parents.
A reception was held at the A.N.A. Hall in the evening, when about 200 guests were present. The evening was delightfully spent in dancing and singing. Mr and Mrs V. Trezise were the recipients of many useful and beautiful presents.
Previously on Wednesday 21 May 1919, “A LINEN EVENING for Miss Marsh and a WELCOME HOME for Sapper Bert Thornton after three years’ active service was hosted by Mr and Mrs Morris in the A.N.A. Hall.
The hall was prettily decorated for the occasion with flags of all nations, and flowers and streamers of red white and blue. The evening was spent in songs, games and dancing. Miss Gladys Morris danced the Irish jig and the waltz clogs. MrTrezise Snr on behalf of Miss Marsh and Mr Thornton thanked Mr and Mrs Morris and all present for their kindness shown. The evening was brought to a close with the singing of “Auld Lang Sine” and hearty cheers for Mr and Mrs Morris. Miss Marsh received many useful presents. Mr J. Callagan carried out the duties of M.C. and Mr W. Thomas presided at the piano.”