The marriage took place in Nassau, Bahamas, on Saturday, December 19th, of Audrey Lillian Craig, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Craig, Lake Road, Grimsby, to Alfred Deans Peggs, youngest son of Mrs. E.A. Peggs and the late Mr. Dennis Peggs, of Ashington, Northumberland, England.
Rev. H.S. Clark conducted the ceremony, which took place in Trinity Methodist Church. The bride wore a pearl grey silk suit, canary-yellow flowered hat, yellow gloves and grey shoes. she carried a Victorian bouquet of yellow roses and white parana. The couple was unattended.
The wedding breakfast was served at the home of Mrs. Pool, a close friend of the bride. Later, Mr. and Mrs. Peggs left to spend the honeymoon at Lyford Cay. On their return after January 1st they took up residence at "Mount Royal", the Grove, Nassau.
Mrs. Peggs is an honour graduate of Queen's University, Kingston, and of the College of Education, Toronto. She has been on the staff of Queen's College, Nassau, for the last two years.
Mr. Peggs is a graduate of Durham University, and is now principal of Nassau High School. He worked for a number of months at Toronto University in 1940 when completing research leading to a further degree in his own university.
The bride and groom were the recipients of many lovely gifts, and also received many congratulatory cables from relatives and friends at a distance.