On June 7th, Calvary Gospel Church, Beamsville, was decorated with yellow chrysanthemums and spring flowers for the wedding of Amy Ruth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Flewelling, Grimsby Beach, and Alfred Henry Harrison, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Harrison, of Minden. Rev. D. Benson officiated, assisted by Rev. R. Chubb.
The bride, given in marriage by her father, was gowned in white embossed satin with a pearl tiara holding her fingertip veil of embroidered tulle illusion. She carried a cascade of red roses and lily-of-the-valley. Maid of honour was Miss Lydia Wiebe gowned in orchid taffeta with matching headdress and carrying a nosegay of yellow chrysanthemums. Darlene McLeod of Fort Erie was flower girl gowned in yellow organdy with a floral headdress and carrying a basket of mixed sweet peas. Allen Harrison of Minden was best man and the ushers were Bert Harrison of Minden and Cecil McPhail of Agincourt.
Miss Leila Rowlands of Toronto sang "The Wedding Prayer" and "Because" accompanied at the piano by her sister, Miss Edwina Rowlands.
Following the reception which was held at "Cedar Logs", Grimsby Beach, the summer home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Robinson, the couple left for a short motor trip to New York State.
The bride chose for travelling a white and black nylon dress with white accessories. The couple will reside in Toronto.
Out-of-town guests were present from Agincourt, Toronto, Minden, Windsor and Fort Erie.