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at a 40 Toby Has Camera in Nrjind When Choosing Wardrobe By CATHY McVlCAR f The Journal " I lovt fashions, but I wear hat 1 like" That ii the motto of tele vision panelist Toby Tamow, who as in Ottawa Tuesday to tomment' on the fashions worn at the fourth annual Exhibition fashion show rT ' ' ii . . - ?.r - ' . 'fktt i N, j 'v ' " I ' McKINSTRY DIXON Mist Rhonda Dixonv daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dixon of PrescorJ, was married to Mr. Robert Stanley A. McKinitry on Saturday. Aug. 22. in St Matthias Anglican Church. Park dale Avenue. Canon Roach .officiated and wedding anisic was provided by Mrs. PoM. organist, and Mi C Scissors of Kernptville, cousin of the bridegroom, was soloist. The bridegroom is a soft of Mrs. E. McKinstry of Point Claire, Quebec, and the lata Mr. McKinstry. .- Mr. Dixon' gave his daughter in marriage. She wore a slim, sheath gown of silk shantung fashioned with bateau neckline, lantern sleeve of French Calais lace and a long, slender matching train falling from shoulders to the floor. Her headdress was a Calais lace pillbox with short bouffant veil and she carried yellow -Johanna Hill roses and white stephanotia. Miss Barbara Fritz of Ottawa was maid of honor and the bridesmaids were Miss Susan McKinstry of Point Claire, sister of the bridegroom, and Miss Iris Guthrie of Toronto. They wore pale green floor-length dresses styled similar to the bride's gown, without trains. Their large picture hats were covered with pate and dark green floral printed tulle, and they carried Shasta daisies. I" Mr. John McDiarmld of. Ottawa was best man and the guests were ushered-by Mr. Douglas Dixon of Ottawa and Mr. Allan O'Rourke of MorttreaL Following a reception at the Talisman Inn. the couple left for a honeymoon trip to New . Hampshire and Eastern Seaboard.' Autumn Weddings . , . are beautiful when they are cleverly planned by our Bridal Consultant. Our magnificent new collection of fashions for the Bride, her Attendants, Mothers and Wedding Quests are highlighted In Brocades, Satins, Imported Laces and Crepes. : ., i Bridal Saloa and After Five Shop - Irdloor I - ' -, '- ., tl-K. ! " ' . Open Friday Until $ p.m. Air Conditioned 8 K O P P, I L T 0 . , 200 Sparks Street ,i ,,f 230-2301 What Toby likes best are heavy - textured materials, tweeds, bulky knits, antique jewelry, raccoon fur. "If I were going to wear fur. it would be raccoon," she said. "It may not be the most luxurious fur, but it's the most . abundant! "I don't wear hats often but when 1 do, they . are enormous." Tob. a panelist on CTV's "To Tell the Truth" since its inception two and a half years 1 ago. flew into Ottawa Monday J evening to attend the party given for Grandstand h e a d-liner Andy Williams. She returned to Toronto after the fashion show. Toby chooses strong colors and straight lines for the clothes she wears in front of the TV cameras. WARDROBE DICTATED "Bulky tweeds which I like so much are out," she said. "I find my wardrobe is large-?.Jy dictated by .. what 1 can? wear on stage. I have to choose an unobtrusive outfit and turn my attention to hair and makeup." Toby ' was wearing a suit of periwinkle blue, with a flowered blouse in shades of blending blue, green and beige. Her long hair was piled high on her head in loose elegant curls. TOURED EUROPE "It has been months since I wore lipstick or visited a hairdresser," she admitted. "I got married in April (to Globe and Mail writer Earl Berger) and we toured Europe and Israel for five weeks. I've been on holidays ever since; it's the first Summer In eight years that I haven't worked." However. Toby did take time .off from her vacat I a last week to do a CBC radio program on the subject of Canadian Confederation for use by the BBC network.' " "As for the Fall. I don't know yet if To Tell the Truth' is being renewed," she said. "If so. I'll be doing that again, plus' some drama, I hope." Until Tuesday, Toby's experience With fashion shows had always been on the other side of the stage. But it was not her first working visit to Ottawa; she scted in Crawley Films several years ago and remembered "how well I was treated." 1 Returning to' the subject of fashion which was uppermost in her mind yesterday, Toby praised the elegant simplicity of Italian designs. "But wouldn't you know when we were in Rome. I was sick.' I had to sit at the window of our ' pension' and watch all those beautifully dressed women walking by! " Rotary Anns Plan Tea, Style Show, Rotary-Anns of Hull have announced plans for their first tea and FaH fashion show to be held at Green Valley . Restaurant on the afternoons of Sept 16 and 17. from 2.30-5 p-m. Mrs, Jules Noel, chairman of the committee planning the event; said the shows will include both Canadian and imported fashions. Costumes will be from Ele gance Shop in daytime and evening wear, worn with fur coats and hats from Flesher Furs. , ,,...' Service projects "of the organization will ben tilt from proceeds of the event muitu IUUKV , child:,. by VoU-prooing - that school ytilneoat - ill 728-1961 1 t SOL MAX t turn Sanaa c a aritvuw aauf it Mi WW ITirT IUY YOUR v BACK-TO-SCHOOL SUPPLIES AND 'I "CHARCE-ir v, i 3 CREDIT PLANS! ' THE OTTAWA JOURNAL DNESDAY, AUGUST 28. 1964 e- . -' v mmmmani eav-"--'i ' I V ' J l av. i v. , saw m . . i -ajs. .aw. a r 9 -r L I .rt - "'t Ni; mm? SSV - . aT TOBY TAKES A BREAK ; . Taking- time during Intermission to sign graphs for her youthful admirers it Toby Tarnow, ' Ulevislon panelist, who flew in from Toronto to do the commentary : at the Central Canada Exhibition fashion show. Miss Tarnow was assisted by Fred Davis. favors aid ; philadelphia (rns) Sen. Barry Goldwater, in a message to the Citizens for Educational Freedom (CEF) here, said that he favored federal aid to parochial and other private; schools if" such assistance is given to public schools. TO CO-OPERATE FRANKFURT, Germ. (RNS) A pledge to maintain the cloest possible co-operation with the World Council of Churches was made here by delegates to the 19th General Council of the World Presbyterian Alliance. SEEKS NATURAL LOOK - -r-r) 'Oleg Gassini Enlists , Charms of Swedish Models STOCKHOLM (Reuters) New States, and reaction to it, does not akree. Twenty-year-old ' York fashion designer Oleg Cas- creates a climate of confusion. Aimee Asnundsson, whose vital sint is enlisting the charms of and that there Is an intimate statistics are 31-20-13. said of Swedish women in a battle connection between the at mot- the well-rounded mannequin: aga.nst the cult of what he phere in a country and its Such a model will never be calls the "skinny and top man; fashions. accepted in Paris. It Is not the nish" model. According to this theory, no . . . . c . During a recent visit to Eu- startling fS.hion developments rl "'V0". h" bu' ,he rope, he came to Sweden to fn- are to be expected in the Un.ted clothes which she a wearing. terew likely candidates, for States for the time being. The. "I '.think a model should be modelling. He was enthusiastic, time is therefore ripe to intrb--' nemrai.sind-lmlersonal." ,4 WKt f want In duce a" ."natural look" with all- ' create a new look called the :.. rih Urve ? . natural look. " he said. "Scan- P1"- , J . . 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