A wedding took place Thursday afternoon, Nov. 16, at St. Paul's Church, Bloor Street East, Toronto, at 3:30, when Miss Kathleen Isobel Gooderham, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ross M. Gooderham, of "Elmsdale", Rosedale, was married to Mr. John Harold Nelles Drope, son of Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Drope, of Grimsby, Ontario. [description of church decor] The centre aisles were reserved for the guests to the number of 500. The rector, the Rev. Canon Cody, assisted by the Reverend Dr. Ballard, of Grimsby, officiated. Dr. T. Alexander Davies played the wedding music. [description of the bride's attire]... [typographical errors] Brouse, cousin of the bride, as maid of honor, Miss Helen Gooderham, also a cousin, and Miss Gladys Drope, sister of the bridegroom. Owing to illness, her little sister, Charlotte Ross Gooderham, was unable to fill the post of flower girl, to which she had been designated. [description of bridesmaids' dresses] Mr. Gordon Drope was his brother's best man. The ushers were Mr. Geoffrey Beatty, Mr. Alec Porter, Niagara Falls, N.Y., Mr. Seymour Lyon, Colonel MacFarlane, Mr. Hamilton Cassels, Jr., Mr. Strathearn Hay and Mr. Geoffrey Marani. During the signing of the register Miss Hicks Lyne sang "O Perfect Love". [description of gifts] After the ceremony, a reception was held at the Jenkin's Art Galleries. Mr. and Mrs. Gooderham, the bride and groom, the bridesmaids and Mr. and Mrs. Drope received the numerous guests at the left of the ballroom, the guests entering from Grenville street. [description of dresses of the mothers of the bride and groom] [description of the head table, buffet table, bride's going away outfit] Mr. and Mrs. Drope left for Yama Yama Farms, New York State, and on their return will live on Crescent Road.