A wedding of interest to many in Grimsby took place in St. Pancras' Church, Chichester, Sussex, England, on the 27th of January, 1945, when Violet, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gladman, Chichester, Sussex, became the bride of L/Cpl. Guy Ashton Joseph Winter, only son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Guy Winter, of Grimsby, and a brother of Mrs. Harold Beamer.
Given into marriage by her father, the lovely bride was gowned in white satin lace and whiet veil with orange blossoms. She carried a white lace handkerchief, the gift of the groom's sister in Canada. Her bouquet was of red carnations. There were two bridal attendants. Miss Iris Wilson was gowned in pale mauve lace and headdress and carried a bouquet of yellow jonquils, and Miss Olive Turner was gowned in pale green lace trimmed with mauve bows and mauve headdress. She also carried yellow jonquils. Little three-year-old Michael Wadey was page-boy dressed in white satin suit.
The groom was supported by Mr. H. Cates of Chichester, Sussex.
After the ceremony a reception for 150 guests was held at the Unicorn Hotel, Chichester.
The happy couple left on a brief honeymoon to Brighton and other points.
Mrs. winter will reside with her parents for the present while her husband resumes his military duties in Europe after which they will make their home in Grimsby, Ontario.