The marriage was solemnized at St. Mary's Church on Saturday afternoon, August 1st, of Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wisnoski, of North Grimsby, and Edward Tatarnic, Thorold, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Tatarnic. Rev. Walter Shek, St. Catharines, officiated, while the choral responses were led by Peter Baranuik, of Grimsby. Ferns and flowers beautified the church for the occasion. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attended by her sisters, Jane and Helen Wisnoski, Grimsby, and Stella Tatarnic and Olga Afiniez, of Thorold. She was beautifully gowned in rich white satin brocade, with long train and carried a prayer book with spray of orchids.
Supporting the groom was Jos. Ananychuck, of Thorold. Walter Halinski and William Wisnoski, Grimsby, and Demetro Dolinski, Walter Tatarnic and Peter Ivanetz, of Thorold, acted as ushers. The marriage was witnessed by about 50 immediate relatives and friends of the contracting parties.
At the reception held in St. Mary's Hall in the evening, some 200 guests were received by the parents of the bride and groom. A handsome three-tiered wedding cake, each tier upheld by cupids, was one of the highlights. Music added to the enjoyment of the evening.
The becoming gown worn by the bride's mother was of blue chiffon, while the groom's mother was attractive in blue silk crepe. Both wore corsages of pink roses.
After the reception, the young couple left by motor car for Quebec, returning in two weeks to make their home in Niagara Falls, Ont. The bride's going-away frock was white, with red and white gingham trimming.
Guests were present from Detroit, Ottawa, Toronto, Hamilton, St. Catharines, Thorold, Fort Erie, and Preston.