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August 12, 1964

The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 34

Ottawa, Canada
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Wednesday, August 12, 1964
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: ! aid and Miss Heather Stanley-Smith.. -, f SHOP. AT-: (RESGE'S For Better Values i w ffiiDuon.' WQTUTI SH0PPIX6 CfMTSE T ' 34 1 HF O i TAW A JOURNAL Wednesday, august .12, imv Mrs. Allen T"" - .i'D5i Entertains .' V ; For Daughter f - ! Mr C. V. Allen enter-i 1 Mined iLlJrouiieiii tea n honor of her . daughter. Mix ! f Barbara Allen, whose mar- i nage to Mr. Barry Pratt. taket place on Saturday. j 5 Receiving with Mix Allen) and her daughter were (Mr, j O. R. Pratt, mother of the , bride-elect't fiance, and hfra, !H. U Caldwell, hia grand--, mother. , Pouring tea were Mra W.' ,. 7 AT Cunningham, Mr. V. M. 1 ' Agnew. Mrv 3. W. Neil.. Mr. , '- C J. Smith, Mrs. O. W. ! Shaughnetay. Mrs. G. N. j Fee, Mrs. J. C. Mclnnes, Mrs. J. W. lawless, Mrs. fk j C Anderson and Mrs. J. H. i Caldwell. Assisting at the tea weie ; Mrs. H. F. L Pinkney. Mrs. ..J. C- Ritchie, Miss . Linda Pratt, Mrs. C. W. Cromptori, Mrs. D. R. Ferguson, Mrs. 1 D. W. Robinson, Mrs. D. J. f M. Fortune, Miss Carole Mail loney, Mist Lorraine Barnes, ; Mrs, E. C Bellman, Mrs; Mer-- vyn Jones, Miu Ann Seem an, Mrs. G. J. Smith, Miss Janet Ferguson, Miu Breads Car- dijlo. Mist Sandra MacDon- ' v. - i v ii I-- intM fW ! i I I I I I - f SMMMMMMMiJ I" v V 7,. V'.'.Vav - RECEPTION FOR INDIAN- HIGH COMMISSIONER Mr. AJoy Kumar Gupta, First' Secretary of 'the Indian High Commission, entertained at a reception at hif residence on Tuesday in honor of the High Commissioner for India and Mrs.' B- K. Acharya. - . For strong nails, fill your diet with vitamin A which , you can get from everyday . foods, such as celery, milk, broccoli and citrus fruits. If your nails still break, add a -packet of gelatin to your fruit juke each morning. '. Nightly - appttcaQons ' of hand cream worked around the cuticle will keep It soft. 3) ' V ' - . ? - . :x t '-.- .";'...! From left to right are Mr. C. C. Lberts, of the Ex-ternal Affairs department:. Mrs. Acharya. Mrs. Ebertsj , the High Commissioner ana) Mr, Gupta.,.. . " k .- -. j (journal Htoto by ttamlnu Wkl Nail Beauty Takes tare Proper Diet A vacation filled with e-citlng days of boatjng, swimming, water skiing and ball playing .is definitely lots of fun, but it can be rough on your nails. ; c - c The active girl should start now on a rescue plan for her nails, to theyUI be their ' prettiest in time for the new Fall fashions.. - - ' f liable and in healthy eon-. dition, "' ' Manicure your v nails at. least once a week and. for;-the best results, remember the following: . . . ls Always shape nails to. an oval, not a pointr 2. Use nail polish remover; that pampers the fingernails.;' and will not harden that cuticle: - -' 3. Always appty nail prime to .strengthen, protect and prepare the nails for'- a smooth application of colorv 4. Apply two1 coats of nail polish and extend the color, over the tip of the nails for "protection; ... ' ' r , 5. 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