The wedding took place in Grimsby Baptist Church on Saturday afternoon at 3:00 o'clock when Patricia Mary, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clattenburg, Grimsby, was united in marriage to Mr. Kenneth Norman Philbrick, son of Mrs. Philbrick and the late J.W. Philbrick, Vineland. Rev. R.C. Standerwick officiated.
The wedding music was played by Miss Greta Ormiston. The bride, given away by her father, wore a white crepe gown with fingertip veil and lace headdress and carried pink roses. Her maid of honour, Miss Ruth Lindensmith, Grimsby was gowned in orchid point d'esprit and carried an old-fashioned nosegay of roses and sweet peas. Little Miss Marion Fretz, wearing turquoise taffeta, and carrying a nosegay, was flower girl.
The groom was attended by Mr. Robert Martin, Vineland, and the ushers were Mr. Reginald Peacock and Mr. Arthur Williams, both of Vineland.
At the reception, held on Kerman Avenue, the mothers received, Mrs. Clattenburg in a dress of rose jersey with black accessories and corsage of roses, and Mrs. Philbrick in blue sheer with navy accessories and corsage of sweet peas. Fifty guests attended the reception and buffet supper.
For the honeymoon trip, the bride wore a pink linen suit with white accessories. After the trip to Honey Harbour, Mr. and Mrs. Philbrick will reside in Vineland.