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    On Easter Monday the marriage of Miss. Dorothy BOLAND, second daughter of Mrs. Catherine BOLAND, Frizington Road, Frizington, to Mr. Hugh MASON, youngest son of Mr. John MASON, Frizington, was solomnised at St. Joseph's R. C. Church. The officiating clergyman being the Rev. Father COYLE, O.S.B.
    The bride wore white satin with veil and head dress of orange blossom and carried a bouquet of pink tulips and asparagus fern. She wore shoes and stockings to tone. She was attended by Miss. Mary (Molly) KEOUGH, her cousin, who was dressed in blue crepe de chene, with hat to match, shoes and stockings to tone, and carried a bouquet of red tulips and asparagus fern; and Miss. Lucy BROWN, Frizington, friend of the bride in blue satin, with hat and shoes to tone, and a bouquet of red tulips and asparagus fern, the bouquets being the gift of the bridegroom.
    The bride was also attended by the little Misses. Cathleen and Doris KEOUGH, cousins of the bride, who wore dresses in primrose satin and head dresses of gold and silver leaves; and Master John TUTTY, nephew of the bride.
    The best man was Mr. John MASON, brother of the bridegroom, and the groomsmen, Mr. John KILBRIDE and Mr. John MURPHY, Frizington.
    A reception was held at the brides home. The Rev. Father COYLE gave the toast to the bride and bridegroom. There were a number of costly and useful presents.