St. Paul's Anglican Church, Runnymede, Toronto, was the scene of a very pretty wedding on Saturday afternoon, May 23rd, when Miss Kathleen Ethel Wade, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George H.A. Wade of Toronto was united in marriage to Mr. Roy McDougall Bean of Waterloo, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy S. Bean of that town. Rev. Mr. Edward Morley, pastor of the church, performed the wedding ceremony.
Beautifully gowned in white lace chiffon made on fitted lines that flared into a long circular train, the bride entered on the arm of her father. Her veil of white tulle fell in soft folds over her face from a bandeau of orange blossoms, leaving her head uncovered, and swept beyond the train. She carried a bouquet of white roses.
She was attended by Mrs. Kenneth LeGrow of Toronto as matron of honour. Two bridesmaids were in attendance, Mrs. William Bean of Waterloo, sister-in-law of the groom, and Miss Helen Smith of Oshawa. The bride's attendants were gowned alike in white taffeta, also made on fitted lines, but frilling from knee to ankle. They carried frilled white muffs and wore orchid velvet sashes.
The groom was attended by his brother, Mr. William Bean of Waterloo. The ushers were Mr. D.W.H. Jenkins of Kitchener and Mr. R.G. Anglin of Toronto.
During the signing of the register Miss Norma Wilcocks sang "I Love You".
A wedding reception was held at the Old Mill Tea Gardens at which toasts were proposed to the bride by Rev. E. Morley and responded to by the groom. The couple left by motor on a wedding trip through New York State. On their return they will take up residence at Bara Castle, Queen Street, Kitchener.
Among those in attendance were Mr. and Mrs. C.S.Bean of this town.