A pretty wedding was solemnised at St. Joseph's R. C. Church, Frizington, on Saturday when Mr. Matthew CHRISTIAN, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. O. CHRISTIAN, Mill Street, Frizington, married Miss. Annie Pauline MORGAN, eldest daughter of Mrs. and the late Mr. Wm. MORGAN, of Manchester Road, Hapton, and formerly of Cleator.
    The bride was prettily attired in an ankle length of ivory satin with shoes to match, and wore a coronet of orange blossom and veil.
    The bridesmaids were Miss. Cissie MORGAN, sister of the bride and Miss. Veronica McCARTEN, cousin of the bride. The former wore a very charming ankle length gown of lemon suede silk, with lace coatee and close fitting hat to match, and silver shoes; and Miss. McCARTEN's dress was of lupine blue suede silk, ankle length and trimmed with heavy silver lace, with black picture hat, each carrying handsome shower bouquets of white and dark red tulips with asparagus and maiden hair fern.
    The bride's bouquet was composed of white lilies, tulips and white hyacinths, which she later presented to the Lady Altar in church. The bride's cousin, little Miss. Veronica CULLEN, wore a pretty frilled dress of lemon silk with bonnet to match, and carried a basket of narcissi and hyacinths. The bridesmaids each wore gold pendants, a gifts from the bridegroom.
    The bride's gift to the bridegroom was a gold signet ring, and the bridegroom's gift to the bride was an ivory backed prayer book.
    The bridegroom's brother, Mr. Oliver CHRISTIAN, was best man, and the groomsman was Mr. H. J. McCARTEN, cousin of both bride and bridegroom.
    A reception was afterwards held at the home of the bridegroom's aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. John McCARTEN, Lingla Bank, Frizington. The happy couple were the recipients of many presents.