MILLER - CARRUTHERS
There was a large congregation to witness the marriage at All Saints Church, Cockermouth, on Wednesday of Mr. John S. MILLER, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. MILLER, of 10, Walker Street, Cockermouth, and formerly of Peter House, Bassenthwaite, and Miss. Sarah E. (Cissie) CARRUTHERS, of 58, St. Helen's Street, Cockermouth.
The yellow and green Easter decorations in thechurch gave a pretty effect. The officiating clergyman was the Rev. J. DAVIDSON.
The bride, who was given away by her father, was attired in a dress of powder blue suede georgette with a hat to tone, and carried a bouquet, the gift of Squire RICHMOND, of Clifton Hall. She wore a crystal necklace, the bridegroom's gift.
The bridesmaids were Miss. J. CARRUTHERS, sister of the bride, Miss. Florence BOWMAN, friend, Miss. Winnie POOLEY, niece and Miss. Percie I. COLLINS, friend. The two first named were attired in dresses of flowered ninon, with blue picture hats, and wore crystal necklaces which, with their bouquets, were the gifts of the bridegroom. The other two, juvenile, bridesmaids wore dresses of blue suede georgette and flowered ninon respectively, and they each carried bouquets and wore pearl necklaces, given by the bridegroom.
Mr. William BELL, Castle Hill, Bassenthwaite, was best man, whilst Mr. John R. CARRUTHERS acted as groomsman.
A reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. The bride and bridegroom afterwards left by motor for Northumberland, where the honeymoon is being spent. The bride travelled in a two piece dress of red wool crepe, with navy blue coat and hat.
Many beautiful presents were received including one to the bride from her fellow employees at Harris Mill and from the Cockermouth Young Liberals, and the bridegroom also received one from his section of the Cockermouth Castle out door staff.