St. Paul's United Church, St. Catharines, was the scene of a double ring ceremony on June 7th at one o'clock, when Ann Marie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Fernick, Grimsby, became the bride of Glenn Ross, St. Catharines, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Doig, Fordwich, Ontario.
Officiating at the ceremony was Rev. T. Forsty. Mr. F. Jones presided at the organ and Mrs. V. Oska was soloist.
Given away by her father, the bride looked lovely in a gown of white rose-point lace over satin, with long lily-point sleeves with a full gathered skirt sweeping into a long graceful train. Her fingertip illusion veil was caught with a headdress of seed pearls and rhinestones and she carried a bouquet of red roses and white lilies of the valley.
Miss Janet Fillimshuk, Grimsby, was maid of honour, wearing a strapless gown of nylon net over satin in a delicate shade of pink, with a headdress of pink roses and white lilies of the valley. Bridesmaids were Miss Vera Bychak, Toronto; Miss Olga Alexander, Winona; Mrs. Jennie Haynes, St. Catharines; and Miss Mary Klapec, St. Catharines. All were in a delicate shade of blue identical to that of the maid of honour and all carried bouquets of white carnations.
The best man was Mr. Jack Doig, St. Catharines, brother of the groom and ushers were Messrs. Walter Fernick, Grimsby, brother of the bride; Jim McKane, Fordwich; Clark Haynes, St. Catharines; and Keith Rigby, London, Ontario.
Following the ceremony the reception was held at the Ukrainian Hall, Haynes Avenue, St. Catharines, for the 300 guests. The bride's mother received in a dress of powder blue with navy hat and accessories with a corsage of pink roses. The groom's mother received in a navy dress with pink hat and accessories with a corsage of pink roses.
For their wedding trip to Georgian Bay on a cruise, the bride travelled in a navy tailored suit, with a white hat and accessories, and a corsage of white roses. The bridal couple will make their home on Martindale Heights, St. Catharines.