The Gazette from Montreal, Quebec, Canada on August 3, 1967 · 17
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17 Ft f a i I iihihijihi I ji j Jim n i ji ii i i i inn i ii 1 in !! i inkler-Shutak L lT ;,, - ; " " X MR. and MRS. JOHN STUART TAYLOR, photographed following their wedding which took place recently in the Church of St. Barnabas, St. Lambert. Mrs. Taylor was formerly Miss Nancy Sheryl Salmon, daughter of Cmdr. and Mrs. Kenneth W. Salmon, of Saint John, N.B., and Mr. Tay- lor is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Ernest Taylor, of St. Lam- bert. (Photo By Bruct Field) Taylor-Salmon The marriage of Nancy Sheryl, daughter of Cmdr. and Mrs. Kenneth W. Salmon, of Saint John, N.B., to Mr. John Stuart Taylor, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Ernest Taylor, of St. Lambert, took place recently in the Church of St. Barnabas, St. Lambert,' the Rev. Roger A. Balk officiating. Mr. David Hud-dlestone played the wedding music, and standards of white gladioli, pompons and chrysanthemums decorated the church. The bride, who was given away by her father, was in a gown of silk organza over silk, having a bodice trimmed with Chantilly lace and seed pearls, with a chapel-length train falling from the shoulders, and a skirt fashioned with similar appliques at the liemline. Her shoulder-length veil of silk tulle illusion was held by a headdress of lace and seed pearls, and she carried a bouquet of daisies and gypsophilia. Mrs. Craig Bishop, as matron of honor for her sister, was in a frock of pink chiffon over crepe having a yoke and sleeves of lace. She wore r headdress of pink floribunda roses, daisies and gypsophilia to match the flowers in her bouquet. Mrs. Barry MacDowald and ft I j i V I "SQty ' I i I ' I lm$jf j ttrfl n. I i m m FKRST AT H.R. IN MONTREAL AND JUST RIGHT FOR FALL . . the newest group of interchangeable coordinates In colourful wool check tweed. Sketched: coat, $85; dress, $50; pantsuit, $100. Green-red-violet or camel-red-violet. Other coordinates: skirts, jerkin, double-knit top, $25 and $27. 8-14. Sportswear, Third Floor. HOLT RENFREW RocMand Place Villi Marie , 1 Hr. Free Parking , F A . OTTAWA Thpir T.xftX. A 19 Hi 1 A .: h Miss Sonia Einbinder, as attendants, were in frocks of pink and aqua floral chiffon. They wore headdresses of pink floribunda roses, daisies and gypsophilia and carried bouquets of similar flowers. Mr. Ross Taylor acted as best man for his brother, and the ushers were Mr. Craig Bishop, Mr. David Poulson, and Mr. Garry Jackson. Mr. Graham Taylor, Mr. Kenneth Salmon and Mr. Peter Salmon were the junior ushers. Mrs. Salmon, the bride's mother, was in a sheath gown of champagne linen, under a matching organza coat. She wore a champagne organza hat trimmed with turquoise, turquoise accessories and a corsage bouquet of cymbi-dium orchids. Mrs. Taylor, mother of the bridegroom, wore a sheath gown of lemon chiffon, with a draped hat of the same shade trimmed, with flowers, white accessories and a corsage bouquet of yellow gladioli blossoms. Following the reception held in the Naval Officers' Mess, H.M.C.S. Hochelaga, Lasalle, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor left for Bermuda, the bride travelling in a pastel print ensemble, and wearing a matching pillbox and white accessories. Fairvie Points Claire , Sherbrooks at Mounlain , OTTAWA Their Excellencies the Governor-General and Mrs. Michener gave a luncheon for the Vice-President of Switzerland and Mrs. Willy Spuhler on Monday. Hs Excellency received the delegates attending the National Rally of Canadian Ukrainian Youth on Monday. H i s Excellency received members of the Marylebone Cricket Club of England and the Ottawa Valley Cricket Council on Monday. . Ottawa SOCIS NotlCP U ' V UUQI r,ullu; (Special to The Gazette) The Prime Minister and Mrs. Lester B. Pearson entertained at a dinner-party at the Country Club, In honor of the president of the Swiss Confederation, Dr. Willy Spuhler and Mrs. Spuhler, before they left on the following day for Montreal for Expo and Switzerland's National Day celebration. Many out-of-town guests were included; Prof, and Mrs. Maxwell Cohen of Montreal, the Mayor of Windsor, Ont., and Mrs.. John Wheelton, and a former Swiss Ambassador to Canada, Dr. Victor Nef and Mrs. Nef. Other guests included included the Swiss Ambassador, Mr. Hans W. Gasser, the Belgian Ambassador Baron Guy Daufresne de la Che-Valerie, the Very Rev. F. R. Gartrell and Mrs. Gartrell, Dr. J. J. Lussier, Dean of the Faculty of Medicine, University of Ottawa and Mrs. Lussier, and Dr. G. M. Brown, chairman of the Medical Research Council and Mrs. Brown. Approaching Marriages Mr. and Mrs. J. C Wilkinson, of St. Bruno, announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Judith Anne, to Mr. Gary Ellis Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Jones, of LaSalle, which has been arranged to take place on Saturday, October 14, in Trinity Anglican Church, St. Bruno . Mr. and Mrs. Stanley W. Boyle, of Quebec, announce the approacing marriage of their daughter, Anna Beverly, to Mr. Patrick O'Gorman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick O'Gorman, of Sudbury, Ont., which has been arranged to take place on Saturday, August 19, in London, Ont Now At H.R., More Great Savings On Human Hair Wigs, $49.50 Regular value $125 Due to the great popularity of our specially priced wigs, H.R. now have more on sale. Choose from twelve colours In any one of three pre-set styles. Head-size Is adjustable, and with each human hair wig you get a stylafcam form and a clear plastic carrying case. Hurry! This is a marvellously low price for such quality. Millinery Salon, Second Floor. Sorry, no mail or phone orders, please! HOLT RENFREW Place Villa Maria Fnirview Points Clair 1 Hr. Free Parklrg Sherbrooke at Mountain v.-. ' (Posen Photo) MR. and MRS. RODERICK THOMAS GLENCROSS, photographed following their wedding which took place recently in the Church of the Messiah. Mrs. Glencross was formerly Miss Elaine (Penny)' Margaret Picard, daughter of Lieut.-Cmdr. and Mrs. R. L. M. Picard, and Mr. Glencross is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Glencross. Ross MacDonald The marriage of-Leona Rose, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm MacDonald, of Danville, Que., to Mr. Lome Douglas Ross, son of Mrs. Mary Ross, took place recently in Trinity United Church, Danville, the Rev. Douglas Hawkins officiating, assisted by the Rev. A. P. Ferguson, of Park Extension Presbyterian Church. Mrs. N. E. Mc-Niff played the wedding music and Mrs. Allan Sutherland sang during the signing of the register.. The bride, who was given away by her father, was in a sheath gown of white poult de soie, the bodice having a round neckline and elbow-length sleeves trimmed with Chantilly lace, and a chapel train falling from a bow at the waistline appliqued with similar lace. Her shoulder-length veil of tulle illusion was held by a headdress of Swiss flowers trimmed with seed pearls and she carried a cascade bouquet of white roses. Mrs. Wallace Watson, sister of the bridegroom, as matron of honor, Miss Arlene Mac-Donald, sister of the bride, and Mrs. Stuart Ross, sister-in-law of the bridegroom, as attendants, were in frocks of shantung, fashioned on A-lines. The matron of honor was in pink and the attendants were in lime green. Little Miss Shelly Rolfe, as flower-girl, was in a frock similar to that worn by the matron of honor. They wore matching headdresses and carried bouquets of pink cabbage roses. Lieut. Stuart Ross acted as best man for his brother and the ushers were Mr. Leonard MacDonald and Mr. Paul Rodier. Mrs. MacDonald, the bride's mother, wore a knit ensemble, brown accessories and a corsage bouquet of white roses. Mrs. Ross, the mother of the bridegroom, was in a multi-stripped gown, pink accessories and a corsage bouquet of white roses. Following the reception, which was held at the Brunswick Hotel, Richmond, Que., Mr. and Mrs. Ross left for Florida, Nassau and Mexico, the bride travelling in a navy blue frock trimmed with yellow braid and wearing yellow and navy blue accessories, and a corsage bouquet of white roses. Upon their return, they will reside in Montreal. Personals Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Pope, of Hudson, . Que., and Mr. and Mrs. James MacKimmie, of Lachute, will be among the out-of-town guests at the wedding of Miss Virginia Margaret Pope to Mr, Graham Harvey Pike which is taking place on Saturday in Ottawa. Mrs. J. M. Pattisson is arriving this week from England in the Carmania Mr. and Mrs. George Hot-lands, of Henlland-Klandwssul, Wales, are visiting their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Brian Hollands. Miss Helene Cadieux is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cote in Vancouver. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Nuttall have returned from Ottawa where they attended the Young-Holmes wedding. Lunny-Beagley The marriage of Linda Joyce, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Beagley, of City of Two Mountains, Que., to Mr. Edward John Lunny, son of Mrs. and Mrs. Vincent Lunny, of Westmount, took place recently in Guardian Angel Church, Vancouver, B.C., the Rev. W. Beatch officiating. FORGOTTEN ANYTHING? Indeed, yes! A new "softly" permo-neat for a beautiful hair style "RERORN" Designed for Long Lasting Beauty $12.50 complete the cut alone, $2.50 for Rtitrvationi Taltphont 931-2505-6 nmile JllAUTT SALON wl 1347 GREENE AVE. Westmount The marriage of Patricia Frances, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Shutak, of LaSalle, to Mr. Harold Walter Finkler, took place recently in Knox Crescent and Kensington Presbyterian Church, the Rev. Clifton J. MacKay, D.D., officiating. White flowers were used to decorate the church. Th bride, who was given away by her father, was in a gown of white crepe, with an appliqued having a jewel neckline and an empire waistline, and a skirt falling into a chapel train. Her short veil of tulle illusion was held by a bandeau of white loses and she carried a bouquet of roses and stcphanotis. Miss Dale Evans, as maid of honor, and Miss Romi Raza, as junior bridesmaid, were in frocks of linen having bodices with jewel necklines and empire waistlines, the maid of honor being in green and the junior bridesmaid in Felicitations To- Hon. Lucien Lamoureux, L.Ph., M.A., M.P., Ottawa and Cornwall, Ont., 47 today. Wallace Ross Henry, Q.C, Montreal, 72 today. George Maximilian Antony Grube, M.A., F.R.S.C., Toronto, 68 today. William G. Miller, Greenwich, Conn., 62 today. Henry William Morgan, M.C , Montreal, 76 today. IAa A r f VY.. r -r. . MR. and MRS. HAROLD WALTER FINKLER, photographed following their wedding which took place recently in Knox Crescent and Kensington Presbyterian Church. Mrs. Finkler was formerly. Miss Patricia Frances Shutak, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Shutak, of LaSalle. (Humphreys Photo) canary yellow. They carried bouquets of yellow roses. Mr. Glen Cole acted as best man for Mr. Finkler. Mrs. Shutak, the bride's mother, was in an ensemble of turquoise shantung. She wore a hat of white organza flowers and blue accessories. Mrs. Lome Raza, who with her husband, Dr. Raza, is Mr. W i n k 1 e r 's guardian, was gowned in navy blue silk and wore a white hat and accessories. The reception was held in the Ukrainian Hall, Lachine. Later Mr. and Mrs. Finkler left for Lake Placid. From London (where else?) the OGILVY'S mm CAtul auf Wit' jit (I L ? X J . Wiik.W tot 1 v ) nj.. urn K, jst- . J K Approaching Marriage Mr. and Mrs. Foster Wight-man, of Bedford, Que., announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Colette, to Mr. William J. Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Emmett J. Smith, of St. Luc, Que., which has been arranged to take place on Saturday, September 30, in St. Joan of Arc Church, Stanbridge East, Que. new Pop Ilit 'A Whiter Shode of Pale sung by the Procol Harum (yep!). We have mixed feelings about it, but then what's our word against the impassioned clamour of 2.5 million cheering teeny-boppers? The rest of us can take comfort in detecting pale shades of Bach in the overall Bacchanalia. 45 rpm. .98 Ogilvy's, Record .Bar, Fourth Floor r J k x'. 4ftW. turtw

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