Miss Murphy becomes bride
MISS MURPHY BRIDE AT PRETTY WEDDING PITTSTON, July 11. An interesting nuptial event was solemnized in St. John's Catholic church this morning at 8 o'clock, when Miss Margaret Clare Murphy, of 170 York avenue, West Pittston and John Egan, of North Main street, were united in marriage by Rev. P. C. Winters, LL.D., who also celebrated celebrated the nuptial mass that followed. Miss Elizabeth Murphy, a sister of th; bride, and Patrick O'Hara were the attendants. attendants. The bride was charming In a gown of white georgette with hat to match. Her bouquet was bride roses. Her sister sister wore a gown of pink georgette with hat to match. Her bouquet was pink roses. Following the ceremony a wedding breakfast and reception was held at the home of the bride's uncle, Eugene Felter, at Moosic, and later Mr. and Mrs. Egan left on a wedding trip to Atlantic City. On their return they will reside lnthis city.