Colin GORDON married Jean May SHARP on 15 October 1941, at the home of the bride in Awamarino, King Country, NZ. According to a valued source (a witness at the wedding), the wedding ring was dropped, and my valued source remembers Colin and Oswald scrabbling around on their hands and knees on the floor, looking for this ring. You won't find that in the following report from the newspaper!
King Country Chronicle
Wednesday October 29 1941
A wedding of interest in the district was celebrated quietly at the home of the bride, when Jean, elder daughter if Mr. And Mrs. E. J. SHARPE, was married to Colin Campbell GORDON, eldest son of Mr. And Mrs. George GORDON, Te Anga. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Mr. Webber, of Otorohanga.
The bride was charmingly attired in a smartly cut brown suit with accessories to match and carried a bouquet of lilies. Miss Nancy SHARPE attended the bride, wearing a clover frock and carrying a bouquet of anemones and maidenhair fern. The bridegroom was attended by his brother, Mr. O. H. GORDON.
Mrs. SHARPE, mother of the bride, received the guests wearing a smart frock of floral crepe de chine, navy accessories and carrying a posy of carnations.
The bridegroom's mother wore a black georgette frock and carried a posy of scarlet anemones.