The Rev. W.A. Wahlenbach officiated Saturday afternoon at 5 o'clock in Trinity Lutheran Church, Hamilton, when, at a candle-light service, the marriage was solemnized of Alice Albertina, daughter of Mr. an Mrs. Charles W. Cooper, to Mr. Charles Henry Reiser of Grimsby, son of Mrs. Reiser and the late Dr. Hans Reiser.
For the ceremony, which took pace to the accompaniment of Bach's Fugue in G Minor on the organ, played by Mrs. Roy Pearce, the bride was gowned in white tissue faille and carried a bouquet of white roses. Mrs. John Paddon, as her sister's only attendant, was in a period gown of dusty rose taffeta with which she carried pink-tinted flowers.
The best man was Mr. Gildas McDonald, while Messrs. Walter McMicking of Barrie and Charles Cooper acted as ushers.
Following the wedding service, a reception was held at the Corner House, the bride's mother receiving her guests in an afternoon frock of pearl grey crepe accented by a corsage of sweetheart roses and matching accessories.
Later, the bridal couple left for a trip to the Laurentians, the bride travelling in a dressmaker suit of grey gabardine with cinnamon accessories. Mr. and Mrs. Reiser will reside at 110 Fairview Avenue, Grimsby.