Leaving afterward for a honeymoon trip to New York, Helen Joyce, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones, and Mr. Clifford Howard Scott Barnard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Barnard, Winona, were united in marriage Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock in St. James' Anglican Church, by the Rev. Morse C. Robinson.
Gladioli brightened the church, and Mr. Jack Shoesmith played wedding music. Mrs. E. Parisi was soloist.
Given away by her father, the bride was attended by her sister, Miss Thelma Eileen Jones and Miss Mary Barnard, sister of the groom. Mr. Arthur Arkell, Winona, was groomsman; ushers were Mr. Dennis Walker, St. Catharines, and Mr. Craig Alexander, Georgetown.
The bride's gown was of ivory satin with lace overskirt and lace at the neckline, her fingertip veil caught to an orange blossom headdress. Her attendants were in yellow and green taffeta respectively, with matching headdresses, the former with a bouquet of Talisman roses and mauve gladioli and the latter with yellow roses and mauve gladioli.
Eighty guests were received by the bride's mother, wearing a wine and grey ensemble with corsage of Rubrum lilies. A brown costume, with bronze chrysanthemums in her corsage was worn by the groom's mother. For going away, the bride was in a light blue suit with hat and accents in navy. The couple will live at 130 Cumberland Avenue, Hamilton.