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- Edition: Saturday, April 11, 1931 Saturday, April 11, 1931
A DEARHAM WEDDING.
A pretty wedding which caused considerable interest, was solomnised at the Parish Church, on Wednesday afternoon by the Rev. A. HAWORTH, vicar, when Miss. Mary McMASTER, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. McMASTER, 29, Craika Road, was married to Mr. Paul T. DAVIDSON, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard DAVIDSON, Eden Place, Stanwix, Carlisle.
The bride belongs to a well known Dearham family, but for the past few years has worked in the Carlisle district. She was charmingly attired in a dress of oyster satin with a hat and shoes to tone, and her bouquet was of pink and green tulips.
The chief bridesmaids were Mrs. T. CHARTERS (bride's sister) and Miss. LITT, who were becomingly dressed in English green crepe georgette with black hats, shoes and stockings. Their bouquets were cream jonquelle with asparagus fern.
Mr. L. SALKELD was best man. The bride was given away by Mr. T. CHARTERS, brother-in-law. A reception was held at the home of a bride, when a large number fo guests were entertained. Both the bride and the bridegroom received numerous handsome presents.