A pretty wedding was solemnised on Wednesday afternoon at St. John's Church, the contracting couple being MR. THOMAS TYSON, stationmaster, eldest son of MR. JOSEPH TYSON, Moor Row, and MISS BLANCHE WHITTLE, late of Hazelwood Grange, daughter of the late MR. CHARLES WHITTLE, Thatto Heath, near St. Helen's, Lancashire.
The ceremony was performed by the REV. J. WHARTON, M.A.  The bride was given away by MR. W. ATKINSON, Barrow-in-Furness, brother-in-law of the bridegroom, and the duties of best man were carried out by MR. J. DICKINSON, jun., cousin of the bridegroom.
The bride was attired in a pretty pale-blue lustre, trimmed with white satin and white chiffon, and a white picture hat, trimmed with tips and orange blossoms.  MISS CLEASBY, of Grange-over-Sands, and MISS TYSON, sister of the bridegroom, acted as bridesmaids, and were attired in pretty dresses of electric blue, trimmed with white silk and chiffon, with white hats to match.  The bride carried a beautiful bouquet of roses and maidenhair fern, whilst the bridesmaids had bouquets of carnations.
The newly-married couple, on leaving the church, were photographed by MR. J. GRAHAM, of Moor Row.
They afterwards returned to the home of the bridegroom's parents, where the wedding breakfast was served to a good number of guests.
The happy pair left Moor Row with the six o'clock train, en route for Scotland, where the honeymoon will be spent.  They were the recipients of a large number of costly presents.