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- Edition: Saturday, April 11, 1931 Saturday, April 11, 1931
EDMONDSON - SLACK
On Easter Monday morning Allonby Parish Church, the interior of which was tastefully decorated, was the scene of a pretty wedding between Hannah Elizabeth, youngest daughter of Mrs. SLACK, Rose Cottage, Allonby, and the late William SLACK of Threapland Hall and William, son of Mr. and Mrs. EDMONDSON, of Aspatria. The ceremony was performed by the Vicar, the Rev. Henry WHITELEY, M. A.
The bride was given away by her brother George SLACK, of Threapland Hall. She was charmingly attired in an ankle length dress of blue silk with hat and shoes to tone, and carried a bouquet of roses and maiden hair fern.
Mr. Jos. MILLER, Calva, Workington, nephew of the bride, was groomsman. The bride was attended by four bridesmaids, who made a pretty picture in blue and red ankle length dresses. They were Miss, GRAHAM, Miss. Betty MILLER, Miss. S. EDMONDSON, Miss. T. EDMONDSON.
After the ceremony the party journeyed to Carrick's, Carlisle, where the reception and breakfast was held.
The happy couple who were the recipients of many valuable presents, are spending their honeymoon in the South of England.