St. Andrew's Anglican Church, Grimsby, was artistically decorated with orange blossoms and white stocks for the Saturday afternoon wedding of Audrey Marie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Taylor, to Mr. Donald W. Dipper, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dipper, both families of Grimsby. The Rev. E.A.Brooks officiated at the ceremony. Soloist was Mr. Norman Black, accompanied by organist Frank Holton, both of Brantford.
Given in marriage by her father, the bride was gowned in white bengaline whose full skirt extended in a train. She wore an embroidered veil, full length and carried a white Prayer Book and gardenias. Miss Lois Taylor attended her sister, and was gowned in peach sheer with hat of the same material, she carried a bouquet of sweet peas.
Tiny Carole Anne Black acted as flower girl, wearing a pale blue sheer dress, and carried pink and blue sweet peas.
Mr. Ross Conley, Beamsville, was the groomsman; ushers were Mr. Russell Taylor and Mr. Gordon Travis, both of Grimsby.
For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Taylor chose a frock of pale blue with navy accessories, and wore a corsage of pink roses. Mrs. Dipper chose a grey ensemble with navy accessories, and a corsage of red roses.
Following a honeymoon trip to the Thousand Islands, the couple will reside at 172 Palmer Street, Guelph.