1934 Pauline Carrigan and James Morby wdg.
attending and Pauline Carrigan 's Married To B. Morby Jam es MORGAN Dec. 29-An Interesting, wedding of the holiday season took place Monday when Pauline Carrigan. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irvcn Carrigan of Petersen, became the bride of James M. Morby, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Morby of Coalville. The ceremony was performed by Bishop Alfred Bohman and took place at the Carrigan home in Peterson at seven o'clock. Thc bride wore a lovely gown of white satin and white lace carried a bouquet of Talisman roses. Miss Mildred King, the bride's only attendant, wore a pink crepe gown and carried pink roses. Mrs. Carrigan, mother of the bride, wore a model of turquoise blue and Mrs. Morby wore a gown of black velvet. Ward Morby, brother of the bridegroom, acted as best man. The bridal party stood before the hearth with the. mantel banked with poinscttias. Bouquets or roses and a profusion of holiday decorations were arranged about the living room. A huge illuminated Christmas tree stood near the fireplace. Only close relatives and friends were present. Thc marriage Monday also marked the birthday anniversary of the bride. RECEPTION HEM) Following the ceremony, a large reception was given. The bridal party was assisted In receiving the parents of the bride and the bridegroom. The dining room was in charge of Mrs. Alfred Bohman and was assisted in serving by Mrs. Ward Morby, Miss Myrtle Carrigan and Miss Hazel Whittier. Miss Edith Johnson, Miss Joy Wilde and Merle Peterson were in charge of the gift room. Misses Chloe Robison, Nycla Taggart, Edith Johnson nnd Mrs. Jnmes Carrigan as- -sisted in the general entertaining of the guests. About one hundred and twenty-five guests were in attendance at the reception.