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Georgetown Herald (Georgetown, ON), September 30, 1971, p. 18

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Georgetown University Women Receive Charter An introduction to the Canadian Federation of University Women was the theme of the Inaugural meeting of the University Women a Club of Georgetown September 7 All University Women a Clubs in Canada are members of The newly formed Georgetown chapter consequently wished to know more about the nature of the national organization to which they belong Miss Lillian Ontario VicePresident of the Federation who drove from Renfrew for the occasion brought greetings from CFUW and presented the club with its charter AIMS OUTLINED Miss reminisced about the early days of CFUW on the aims of the Federation the development of a sound concept of educational values and of high standards of public education In Canada the encouragement of advanced study and research by the awarding of scholarships to women who wish to further their education the arousing and sustaining of an intelligent in teres on the part of members in public affairs in the political social and cultural fields the encouragement of active par tlclpation in such affairs the improvement of the economic social and legal status of women CFUW promotes all these as alms both for itself and for local clubs Mrs Louise SI cm in of the North York University Women Club spoke about the relationship of to local clubs She outlined successful community activities of several clubs migrant language programmes pollution groups and promotion of better community facilities were highlights At the national level Mrs SI em in recounted some of the of Briefs have been presented by CFUW to the federal authorities concerning the Status of Women Justice and the Penal Code Succession Duties Criminal Law and the Education of Women among others CFUW played a large part in the establishing of the Royal Commission on the Status of Women and has been in in effecting change in recent federal legislation par ticulorly In the areas of abortion and divorce law INTERIM OFFICERS The ad hoc steering committee which was he initial stages of club formation was accepted as an interim executive until candidates for election permanent executive far he remainder of the year are named The interim officers are Janet Manderson President Mary Hughes Recording Secretary Carole Lusby Corresponding and Membership Secretary Joan Newcombo Treasurer Eleanor Social Co verier and Nominating Committee Chairman Colleen Cruickshank and Mc Carthy Programme Chairmen Donna Publicity and Club Newsletter It Is hoped hat there will executive selected at the October 5 meeting A social hour following the charter presentation ceremony concluded the evening allowing embers to become acquainted many meeting for the first time Page GEORGETOWN HERALD THURSDAY SEPT Keeping Things Shook Up Interim officers of Un of Women s Club of Georgetown Back ro from left Joan Newcombe Mary Hughes Carthy Colleen Cruikshank Carole Lusby Eleanor Langdon front row Lolse Slemln of the North York University Women Club acting president Janet Manderson Lillian Hand ford Ontario vlccprestden of the and Johnston provincial director of the Western Ontario crow Miss Lillian inaugural meet ng of the and Janet Man Ontario vice president of the Georgetown Chapter derson acting president of Canadian Federation of her from left are he Georgetown club University Women cuts the Johnsion provincial ceremonial cake at the director Western Ontario Hornby News The H W meet was held on Wednesday Sep mbers present At United on Sunday the follow were rece ved by Profess on of Faith into he Church Donna Lynn Break and James Douglas Snow By Dog power moves the mechanism in this unique transfer from St Christophers Roman Catholic Church David William A reception followed the service Members of Eden United Church were pleased to have Rev John Gillup of Erin at their Anniversary Service which was held on Sunday September Rev Gillup was a former minister at Eden United Church prior to moving to Northern Ontario where he spent three years Choral selections were sang by the Eden Choir which was accompanied by the organist Mrs Harry Birthday greetings are ex tended to Cliff Wrigglesworth who will celebrate his birthday on Saturday October A social evening was held at Eden United Church on Friday night September to honour three young couples in the community The first part of the evening was enjoyed by watching some lovely slides which were shown by Cecil Dowllng A sing song followed with Mrs Harry Lowden at he piano The three young couples were then called forward to the front of he hall where Bill Marshall on behalf of the congregation ex tended the best of luck and good wishes Mrs John Hamilton then presented card table seta to Mr and Mrs Allan Brown to Donna Break and David Duguay and to Larry Rutlcdge and Janet who will be married in October The three young couples extended their thanks to A delicious lunch followed and social hour enjoyed by all Birthday greetings are ex le to Mrs Joe Shea on Friday October to Steven Plant on October to Mrs Bill Bradley on October and to d Lemon on October 8 Mrs Jim Hamilton The political and ad minintratfve districts of are called cantons Married Here Continue Studies at Dalhousie University Halifax Students at University Halifax Mr and Mrs David Francis Gray were married In St George Anglican Church August The four clock ceremony was performed by Rev L V and George was organist White daisies decorated the altar The bride who was Linda Carol Dumper was given in marriage by her father in a double ring ceremony She is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Ron Dumper 29 Sargent Road Her husband Is the son of and Mrs William Gray of Ottawa The bride wore a white street length of Spanish lace over taffeta with long sleeves ending in scalloped ruffles The scalloped neckline was accented with ribbon Her length veil was held in place by a Mary i cope lace embroider and small pearls She carried a bouquet of da flies and breath She ore an opal rl which had belonged to he great great great of the groom Matron of honour Mrs of Ottawa wore powder blue crimplene while bodice and attached blue hood and a flowered headpiece of blue roses to match her dress Br Donna Dumper the de s sister wore a similar dress of while and yellow They carried bouquets of white daisies and yellow roses Dave Ru 1 1 edge Ottawa was groomsman Bill Dumper and Peter Gray brothenpf the bride and groom were ushers A reception followed In the odd Fellows Hall where Mrs Dumper received guests blue with vh accessories and a corsage of pink sweetheart roses The groom mother also received in a green and gold metallic dress and yellow sweetheart rose corsage Guests attended from Toronto Ottawa North Bay NY Victoria Montreal Caledonia Scotland Acton and Georgetown Telegrams were received from Victoria Surrey England and Italy The wedding was also the occasion of the bride grandmothers Mrs Louisa Quick of Victoria C and Mrs Ross Dumper Caledonia meeting each other for the first time For a honeymoon trip through eastern Canada to Halifax the bride wore a mouvc Georgetown and vicinity has Its share of antique machine collectors and a number of were at the Steam Era in the Milton Fairgrounds Here a Montreal visitor finds a barrel washing machine owned by Harvey Nurse of Georgetown still works FRONT BUMPER for 1972 features six full size models nine station wagons and six Inter mediate models giving Canadian motorists the wid est and finest selection available An important across he model line ad Is the new rubber and urethane filled telescoping front bumper which will return to Its original position after impact Shown here is the refined Grand Villc w th its horizontal bar grille effect In keeping with its luxury theme New colors and new body cloths give Grand V lie inter a fresh new look Mr Mrs David ray groom a graduate of the University of Toronto is studying for his degree and the bride Is enter her third year at Before her lie bride was guest at a shower pool party at the home of Mrs Timpson S3 Crescent wilh Mrs Pamela La very as co- hostess Mrs Irene Richardson and Miss Donna Dumper had a miscellaneous shower at the formers home 35 Sargent and Mrs Gray were at a dinner party at Someplace following Ihe rehearsal Boulanger Sacre Coour Wedding Now living at Academy Road Mr and Mrs Jean Marie were married In Sacre Coeur Church in a three clock ceremony August 21 Father Andre Slmard officiated The bride Lorraine Bo ul anger daughter of Mr and Mrs Her man anger 31 Beaver Street Glen Williams wore a satin and lace wedding gown and carried a bouquet of red roses The groom sister Louise was maid of honour wearing turquoise sheer ana carrying a bouquet of blue mums Bridesmaids were her titters in law Mrs Sheila anger and Mrs Susan Boulanger who were gowned in pink sheer and carried bouquets of pink mums Ernest Aumond Was groom and ushers were Tim and Renald Boulanger A reception followed in parish hall Travelling to Niagara Falls for their honeymoon bride wore a pink hot pants ensemble and a corsage of red roses The groom is an employee of Steel Mrs

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