Standards of pink and white dahlias and asters decked St. Andrew's Anglican Church Saturday afternoon, when Rev. J.A. Ballard united in marriage Eileen Constance Jeffries, "Cherrylawn", daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H.C. Jeffries, and Andrew Gerald Liddle, son of Mrs. Liddle and the late Thomas Liddle. Hugh Liddle, brother of the groom, was soloist. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of ivory moire, with long bodice, full skirt and short train. The fingertip veil was of tulle and she carried an arm bouquet of red roses and bouvardia. Miss Lorraine Lundy, Toronto, was maid of honour and the bride's sisters, Kay and Alison, were bridesmaids, all frocked alike in short two-piece dresses of chartreuse moire,with small matching hats and carrying sprays of gladioli.
Francis Liddle, Toronto, brother of the groom, was best man, and the ushers, Robson Clarke, Brighton, and Terry Jeffries, Grimsby. At the home of the bride's parents, Mrs. Jeffries received in a short two-piece dress of beige with corsage of sunset roses. The mother of the groom, assisting, chose pale blue with a pink rose corsage. Later the newlyweds left for Northern and Eastern Ontario, the bride going away in a brown tweed suit with dark brown accessories and corsage of green orchids. They will reside in Grimsby.