Kathleen M., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Fisher, Grimsby, and Mr. J. Earl Tufford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tufford, Beamsville, were married at 2 o'clock on Saturday afternoon by Rev. W.J. Watt, in Trinity United Church, Grimsby. Chrysanthemums, with palms and ferns were used to decorate the church, and 70 guests were in attendance. The after-reception was held at the home of the bride's parents.
Mr. William Tufford, Beamsville, was at the organ, and Mrs. Merrill Thompson sang "Because" during the registration. The bride, whose father gave her away, was gowned in white silk marquisette, the long full skirt ending in a train. A head dress of orange blossoms held her veil, and her bouquet was of Talisman roses and bouvardia. Mrs. Harvey Lambert, sister of the bride, was matron of honour, the bridesmaids being Misses Margaret and Betty Fisher, two other sisters of the bride. Their gowns were of corded taffeta, in tones of coral, turquoise blue and gold, and they wore matching shoulder-length veils and carried Talisman roses.
Pte. Murray Tufford, Newmarket, was groomsman for his brother. Mr. Erland Southward, Grimsby, and Mr. William Tufford, Vineland, the ushers.
The bride's mother was dressed in black, with corsage bouquet of red roses. The mother of the groom was in plum colour, and wore roses.
For the short wedding trip, the bride wore a black frock trimmed with white, a black coat and hat, and corsage bouquet of red roses. The couple will live in Grimsby.