In Grimsby, on Saturday afternoon, September 6, St. John's Presbyterian Church was the scene of Norma Jean Milmine's wedding to Stewart Matthew MacDougall. The bride is the daughter of Mr. Roy Milmine and the late Mrs. Milmine, of Grassie; the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle MacDougall, R.R. 1, Smithville. The Rev. J.P. McLeod officiated.
White gladioli brightened the church, and wedding music was supplied by Mrs. Mackintosh, organist of the church, and Mrs. Cecil Milmine who sang.
Her father giving her in marriage, the bride wore an antique ivory satin gown with long sleeves, fitted bodice and very full skirt ending in a train. A matching cap headdress was trimmed with seed pearls and held her fingertip veil in place. She carried Joanna Hill roses and heather sent from Scotland. Mrs. Aubrey Beamer, matron of honour for her sister, wore a cinnamon brown satin costume, her headdress and bouquet consisting of bronze and yellow pompoms. Miss Carol Milmine, another sister of the bride, was in apple green, and Miss Gladys Smith, the groom's niece, was flower girl, dressed in gold satin, their flowers also being bronze and yellow pompoms. Best man was Mr. Alexander MacDougall, Smithville; ushers were Messrs. Gordon Milmine (Grassie) and James MacDougall (Smithville).
The reception was held at the Village Inn. The bride's aunt, Mrs. Kenneth Milmine, received in navy blue with a corsage of coral carnations. Mrs. MacDougall, the groom's mother, was in bronze shot taffeta with a blue hat and a Talisman rose corsage.
For going away, the bride wore a grey and dusty rose ensemble with black velvet hat and accessories. In her corsage were pink carnations. On return from a trip to the Southern States, the couple will live at R.R. 1, Smithville.