Owing to a change of holiday plans, a wedding originally scheduled for the autumn, was solemnized on Saturday evening, August 1st, at St. Clement's Anglican, North Toronto, in which Miss Margaret Jones, B.A., daughter of the late Magistrate Jones, and granddaughter of the late Rev. Canon Septimus Jones, was married to Mr. Richard Lonton Denison, son of Mrs. John Richard Denison and grandson of the late Dr. Alexander of Grimsby.
The bride was attended by Mrs. Arthur Atkinson and little Ruth Cooke, the bride's niece, as flower girl. The groom's brother, Mr. Lionel Denison, R.C.N.V.R., was best man, and Mr. Walter Mott, the bride's brother-in-law sang Charles Wakefield Cadman's "At Dawning". Compositions by the bride's father and sister were played and sung by the congregation.
Given in marriage by her brother, Mr. Morton Jones, the bride carried a special annotated hymnbook complied by her father and wore her mother's veil. The ushers were Messrs. Basil Topp of Ottawa, and William Cooke and Arnold Mollenhauer of Toronto.
The church was well-filled by many relatives and friends who were received by the bride and groom in the church's beautifully arranged reception room. Among those present was Miss Constance Talbot, formerly of Grimsby, who is also a teacher at the same school (St. Clement's) as the bride.