MR. J. G. SHELLEY AND MISS N. P. BEYNON
The marriage took place yesterday at St. Peter's Cranely Gardens, of Mr. John Graham Shelley, son of Colonel and Mrs. Shelley, the Woodlands, Southwater, Horsham, and Miss Norah Patricia Beynon, daughter of Major-General Sir William and Lady Beynon, of 59 Evelyn Gardens, SW. The Rev. R.M. Gibson and the Rev. W.S. Scott officiated.
The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a gown of white and silver brocade, with long, tight fitting sleeves, and a train cut in one with the skirt.
She had a shoulder cape of white ermine, and her white tulle veil was held in place by a headdress of white gardenias.
Hazel Adeley was a child bridesmaid, and there were three pages - David Hughes, Peter Du Buisson, and Thomas Buckley - and one grown up attendant Miss Susan Gauvain.
The little girl had a white satin dress, made with short puff sleeves and a sash, tied in a big bow at the back, and she carried a posy of white flowers to match the wreath in her hair.
The boys were in long white satin trousers with white crepe de Chine shirts.
The grown-up bridesmaid wore a dress of white crepe, made with long sleeves, a draped bodice, and a swathed sash, tied at the back.
A red carnation to match her bouquet was pinned in front on her softly falling turned down collar.
Mr. Douglas Gray was best man.
A reception was held at 23 Knightsbridge, and then the bride and bridegroom left to spend the honeymoon in the Austrian Tyrol.
Among those present at the church were:
Colonel and Mrs. Shelley, Lady Beynon, Mr. and Mrs. George Lawrence, Major and Mrs. P. Beynon, Mr. and Mrs. H.M. Lawrence, Mr. and Mrs. John Buckley, Mrs. D. L. Hughes,
Lieuteant-Colonel and Mrs. Impey, Mr. E. Impey, Mrs. G. Mordaunt, Miss Impey, Sir Henry and Lady Lawrence, Miss Mabel Beynon, Mrs. Du Buisson, Mrs. W. Petrie, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Petrie, Mrs. Graham Adeley, Mrs. George Lawrence, Mrs. Charles Petrie, Mr. Peter Du Buisson, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Du Buisson, Major and Mrs. A.D.G. Shelley, Miss Shelley, Mrs. Percey Gauvain, Mr. John Gauvain, Miss Honor Lawrence, Miss M. L. Lawrence.
General Sir Malcolm Grover, Mr. and Mrs. F.P. Rennie, Colonel and Mrs. J. White, Captain and Mrs. Hew Wardrop, Maude Lady Druand, Mrs. R. M. Barrinton-Ward, Mrs. Radice, Lady Page, Mr. and Mrs. Ameer Ali, Mr. B. R. Woollcombe, Mr. R. Hill, Mrs. Cyril Paget, Lady Kell, Colonel F. G. West, Mr. G. G. Clarke, Sir Michael and Lady O'Dwyer, Mrs. H. T. Fulton, Brigadier-General J.L.J. Clarke, Colonel and Mrs. H.P.Jesson, Captain and Mrs. D. W. Baring, Captain and Mrs. K. G. Fernie, Mr. T. Molony, Lieutenant-Colonel T. C. W. Molony, Colonel Drake-Brockman, Colonel and Mrs. H. C. Hawtrey, Major-General and Mrs. S. G. Loch, Mrs. Wilfred Brunner, Miss Margaret Brunner
Lady Pilkington, Miss White, Mr. and Mrs. Ronal Murphy, Mrs. N.J. Gordon Clark, Mrs. Campbell Newington, Mrs. S.R. Van Duzer, Brigadier-General and Mrs. Symons, Mr. John Clarke, Sir Idwal and Lady lloyd, Lady Pearman-Smith, Mrs. Prescott Headley, Mrs. Vernon Sainsbury, Miss Eileen Headley, Mrs. T. L. Leeds, Paymaster Rear-Admiral and Mrs. Henry Orniman, Miss E. Spencer-Smyth, Baroness von Luttltz, Mrs. J.L. Clyde, Mrs. G. Harford, Mr. Ronald Murray, Mr. J. B. Parnall, Mrs. R.P.S. Bache, Dr. and Mrs. W. Fox, Mrs. McKay Forbes, Mrs. Van Cuzer, Mr. J. Katz, Mrs. R. M. Givson, Mrs. G. A. Leslie, Mrs. W. S. Scott, Mrs. F. H. Fox, and Mr and Mrs. T. Williams.