In St. James Anglican Church, Hamilton, on Saturday, December 14, with Rev. S. Kirk officiating, Mary Louise, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hunt was united in marriage to Mr. William M. Collin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Collin, Winona.
The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of white satin and chiffon, her long embroidered veil caught from a headdress trimmed with seed pearls.
In her bouquet of red roses was a floral horseshoe sent over from England by a friend of the groom. Mrs. William McCaslin, as matron of honour, wore a gown of pink sheer with matching headdress of net, while as bridesmaid, Miss Janet Collin, wore a dress of blue sheer and matching net headdress. Both attendants carried roses.
Mr. Edward Marfei, Winona, was groomsman, while ushers were Mr. Daniel Copeland, Thorold, and Mr. Alvin Moss, Smithville. Mr. J. Shoesmith played the wedding music and soloist was Miss Irene Bolton.
For travelling the bride wore a dress of brown and gold crepe, brown coat with red fox collar, and brown accessories.