The wedding took place in the Delta United Church, Hamilton, on Friday, February 25th of Dorothy Isobel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew S. Bain, Grimsby, to Mr. John William Brady, son of Mrs. D. Marshall, and the late Mr. J. Brady, the ceremony being performed by Rev. W.J. Preston.
Mrs. Florence Bissix presided at the organ for the wedding music, and during the signing of the register played "I'll Walk Beside You".
Flowers adorning the church were snapdragons, hyacinths and ferns.
The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of blush satin with simple long skirt, yoke of net and round bertha of wide lace. Her veil was orange blossoms and she carried a bouquet of pink roses and blue hyacinths.
She was attended by her sisters, Mrs. Robert Button, in rose colored satin, with Johanna Hill roses, and Miss Catherine Bain in green satin and carrying yellow roses. Both wore matching headdresses of braided satin.
The groom was supported by Mr. Robert Button, while the ushers were Mr. Ronald Brady and Mr. William Bain.
A reception was held in the church parlors, the bride's mother wearing a dress of romance blue and grey hat, and the groom's mother waltz blue with small flowered hat. Their flowers were pink carnations.
Leaving for a short honeymoon the bride wore a pink wool dress coat of turquoise blue, with pink and black hat and accessories.