At 7 o'clock Wednesday evening, June 11, at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert W. Dipper, Grimsby, the wedding took place when their daughter, Doris Madelyn, was united in marriage to Mr. Ross A. Conley, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Conley,of Beamsville. Rev. George McLean, of Grimsby Baptist Church, officiated and Miss Marjorie Stirtzinger, of Fonthill, played the wedding music. Palms, ferns and bouquets of purple lilacs, yellow tulips, snapdragons and roses decorated the rooms.
The bride, given in marriage by her father, and wearing a street-length frock of turquoise coloured crepe, white accessories and large white lace brim picture hat, carried a cascade bouquet of Talisman roses. Her bridesmaid was Mrs. Theron Conley, wearing a soft grey coloured dress and carrying a cascade bouquet of red roses. Mr.Theron Conley was best man. Twenty guests attended the wedding.
The bride's mother wore a brown and sand shade figured crepe frock, with brown accessories and a corsage of Talisman roses, while the mother of the groom wore a dress in dusty pink with white accessories and a matching corsage.
The bride and groom will spend their honeymoon on a Thousand Island cruise. On their return, they will reside near Beamsville.