A pretty wedding which aroused considerable interest in the village took place on Monday afternoon between Miss. Tamar NICHOLSON, fifth daughter of the late George and Mrs. NICHOLSON, of Pinfold, Dearham, and Mr. Joseph Kendall MONAGHAN, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. R. MONAGHAN, 25, King Street, Maryport.
    The bride was charmingly attired in crepe suede of ankle length, brown straw hat with roses to match dress, shoes and stockings to tone. Her bouquet was of yellow tulips with maiden hair fern.
    Her chief bridesmaids were Miss. Alice Maud CARTMER, bridegroom's cousin, Maryport, who was neatly attired in blue crepe-de-chine, with hat, shoes and stockings to tone; Miss. Elizabeth NICHOLSON, bride's sister wore a brich crepe suede hat, shoes and stockings to tone. Their bouquets were pink tulips and asparagus fern.
    There were four other bridesmaids in attendance, Misses. Eleanor and Isabella NICHOLSON, bride's sisters, Miss. N. CARTMER and Miss. ARMSTRONG, Maryport.
    The bride was given away by Mr. John NICHOLSON, bride's brother and Mr. John C. MONAGHAN, bridegroom's brother, was the best man, and Mr. John MONTGOMERY groomsman.  The vicar, Rev. A. HAWORTH performed the ceremony.
    A reception was held at the home of the bride, when upwards of 100 guests attended. A wedding dance followed in the Mission Room which was largely attended. The bride and bridegroom were the recipients of many presents.