In Rosedale United Church, Toronto, on Saturday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock, April 29, Patricia Eadith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Burdett Gilverson, was united in marriage to Eliot Douglas Knight, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Franklin Knight, Grimsby Beach. The Rev. G.K.M.Grant officiated.
Standards of assorted spring flowers decked the church. Mr. John Wood was soloist with Mr. A.A. Punter at the organ.
The bride was given away by her father, and wore a gardenia white gown of satin with Chantilly lace at the shoulders in bertha effect, and also forming a skirt panel at the back and draped into a full train. Her fingertip-length veil of tulle was caught to a small cap of matching lace and satin.
Her attendants were Miss Barbara Gilverson, maid of honour; Miss Louise Knight, Miss Pat Bell and Miss Joan Evans (Hamilton). They were gowned in navy Chantilly lace over shell pink taffeta, with matching Juliet caps. The bouquets were of Virginia carnations.
Mr. Mel Spencer was best man, and the ushers were Mr. Al Dilworth, St. Catharines; Mr. William MacIntosh, Hamilton; Mr. Wally Powell and Mr. Ted Graham.
A reception followed at the Granite Club. Mrs. Gilverson was gowned in a powder blue frock with pink accessories and pink rose corsage, while the groom's mother wore navy blue net over taffeta with white and navy accessories and her flowers were white roses and violets. After their wedding trip to Virginia, the couple will reside at 115 Eglington Avenue West, Toronto, Apartment 4.
For going away, the bride was attired in a gold suit costume, with navy accessories and her flowers were roses and violets.