On Saturday, December 3rd, at the home of the bride's parents, Grimsby Beach, the marriage took place of Margaret May, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G.W. Crittenden, and Allan M. Smith, also of the Beach. The double-ring ceremony was conducted by Rev. J.P. McLeod.
The bride, given in marriage by her father, was gowned in faille and Alencon lace with net headdress. She carried yellow Pinnochio roses and white fleur d'amour.
The matron on honour, Mrs. Water Schott, wore yellow organdy, and her flowers were pink carnations. Miss Dorothy Todd, niece of the bride was bridesmaid, and her gown was heavenly blue taffeta. Her bouquet was of carnations in two shades of pink.
Mr. Walter Schott was groomsman and the usher was Mr. Al. Todd.
The house was made very attractive for the occasion with ferns, palms and chrysanthemums. Mrs. Duncan McIntosh played the wedding music, and before and immediately following the ceremony, Mr. S.E. Bullis sang, first, The Lord's Prayer, and then, I'll Walk Beside You.
Guests were present from Barrie, Tilbury, London, Noelville, St. Catharines, and Toronto, and were received by the bride's mother, wearing black and grey French taffeta, with a corsage of pink Rosetta roses.
For the short wedding trip the bride wore a suit of hunter's green with black accessories, and a corsage of orchids.
Mr. and Mrs. Smith will reside on Park Road, Grimaby Beach.