BADSEY, MARRIAGE OF MISS G L JONES
At St James’ Church on Saturday, Miss Grace Lilian Jones, only daughter of Mr & Mrs F C Jones of 16 Synehurst, Badsey, was married to Mr John Caddick, third son of Mr & Mrs E Caddick of Holloway, Pershore. The ceremony was performed by Canon W C Allsebrook.
The bride was given away by her father. She was attired in an ankle-length dress of white satin with veil held in place by a halo of pearls. She wore silk shoes to tone and carried a bouquet of pink carnations and white lilies.
She was attended by Mrs F Jones Junior as matron of honour, who was attired in ankle-length dress of rose pink satin, with shoes and hat to tone, and carried a bouquet of pink and white carnations and maidenhair fern; and by Miss P Badham and Miss J Badham (nieces of bridegroom) who were attired in dresses of blue taffeta with head-dresses of pink and blue forget-me-nots. The carried posies of violets. Master John Badham (nephew of the bridegroom) acted as page. He was dressed in blue velvet trimmed with pink.
Mr E A Caddick, brother of the bridegroom, was best man.
The bride, on leaving the church, was presented with silver horseshoes. A reception was held at the Old Schools, Badsey. The couple will make their home at 3 Holloway, Pershore.