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Wednesday, August 12, 1964
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ill M. ynSDNSD A Y, AUGUST 12, 1964 THE OTTAWA JOURNAL V; XpSmj ""'. 'T-'-:'i"' .. r-.r. - i. :'.- -'V '. nri Al : DCD CiOi K I A I Th" Ambassador of Brazil and Mrs. Sergio" dorrea da ' Costa wilt attend the opening of the Canadian National Exhibition in Toronto 'on Aug. 21. ' ' , The Ambassador of Austria and Mrs. Helmut Leit-' nee their . two children '. are tourini Western r.n.Ha V " . T Mr. and Mrs. Sidney A.. Freifeld are leaving Ottawa on Aug. ? for New York, where Mr. Freifeld will take . up his new appointment with ; the Canadian delegation to' (the United Nations. They will be accompanied by their -' s daughters, Riva and Miriam. v- . i-y I Colonel and Mrs. J. E. vfJownhill. of Los Angeles." Calif., and their four chil-i dren. Jed, Lisa, and twins, -.Judy and Jody, are visitors, the home of Mrs. Down-- hill's mother, Mrs. Walter .'. Height, of Lancaster. On their return- to the United States. Colonel 'and Mrs. ; Downhill "will take up real-' dene In- Washington. ' . .... t . 1 Mrs, J. C Dodds enter- ' . tained- at . a party at her ' bom in honor of Dr. and ' Mrs. George Ritter, who sail ' . i iron momreai on rnaay to . ; take up residence In -.Pretoria. South Africa. The hostess was assisted by Mrs. . T. J. Dodds and Miss Diane Dodds. Mr. and Mrs. Albeit Procter have returned to Ottawa, following a, . short vacation at the Guild Inn, .Scar-borough. ( ... a . , . Mr. and Mrs. Nell Cole 1 were honored at a presentation made by their auocJ-.' ate at : Canadian National Railway prior to their wed-, ding on Saturday, Mrs. Cole , . is the former Miss Joy Deni-' son. . v -' Bride-Elect ' Is Honored '", Mrs, Leonard A. Waterman entertained at a trousseau tea in honor of her daughter. 'i Miss Carol Ann Waterman, bride-elect of Saturday. , Receiving with Mrs. Wat- , erman and her daughter was Mrs. James Ferguson, mother . - of the bride-elect's fiance. Pouring were Mrs. .John , Wilcox. Mrs. Donald Water-, man, Mrs. Harold Quinn and Mrs. Thomas Ashby. Serving were' Miss Gay , Byles. Miss Deborah Wilcox, ' Mrs. Guy Gagnon and Mist Margaret Long. . Assisting were j Mrs. Albert Verhey, Miss " Joyce ' Ferguson and Mis Susan Quinn. " I ''' "' ' ''"':'V' ' " 'I 1 "'U t This Group Includes Two-piece play sete, short setaskort sets, tennis seta,' shift sets. Plain and fancy style. Sizes 2-x, ;. . -.-.: , :vy" : . CARUNGWOOD PLAZA . rv-n.M , m a aiat uC PiMay . K. , .V. - j Saturday ajn. to bm. ; Mn. Hi L. Caldwell -enter tained at a tea In honor of Misar Barbara Allen, a bride-elect-of Saturday. . Mis' Anne Boyle, bride-elect of Saturday, was honored at a luncheon held at La Savoie by Miss Mary Y Lynne Turner and Mis Mary . McDonald. ,-. : Mrs. Budd Renaud enter-, tained at a miscellaneous shower at her home. In honor of Mis ' C o r i n a Wooding, who marriage '- take place on Saturday. . ";v: . ! Mr. F. F. WaddeU enter-11 tained at a luncheon t her home in RockclilTe Park in honor of Miss Hilary WevilL bride-elect of Saturday, Aug, Mr. Bernard 1. More and , her daughter. Mis Beth More,' entertained at dinner and tup and saucer shower at Mrc More' Summer home at Norway Bay, In honor of . Mis Hilary WevuV whose marriage take place on Sat . urday, Aug. 22. ...?" - Mr. Gary Cinn was hos-. teas at a shower held at her ' " home In honor of Mis Pitri-' cia Johnston, whose marriage to Mr". Robert Petrie will take place on Saturday, Sept- 3. A: ' ' A ' FINAL . CLEARANCE IIIIIOFJCHILDREN'S" & 'SMMERWEAMBLES PRICE and LESS . GIRIiS' DRESSES Regular to 4.98 , .Assorted styles In girls.' dressesk short sleeve ' and sleeveless styles. Bouffant skirts and 'shifts. Plains, prints, checks. Sanforized drip-' . Idij fabrics. Sizes 2-12. - v ''-'' Short sets, tennis sets, shift sets, bathing suits.' slim sets. Broken size and colour range. Sizes 7-14. ' . " Ti' r-'t .... '. : .. ., . , - J4 to H OFF ; VC R S ?. Pf.' P .AY; EACH GIRLS' 2 PC. PLAY SETS This Group Includes 99 SET SET U'ltKHICE; and. LESS GIRLS' PLAY WEAR This Group Indndes Shorts, short sets; shift sets, blouses, skorU sets, bathing suits, sun suits. Broken size and colour range. Sizes .. - i A EACH OR SET BILLTNGS BRIDGE PLAZA ; ' Opea Daily M ajav so fua.: -' ; Friday tM KJa. to ajaw. . j '; samraay ul to ao. r i Weddings Cole Denison The marriage of Joy Vivian Denison, daughter of Mr. and. Mr. Leonard Denison, to Mr. Eldon Neil Cole, son of Mr. end Mr. Perley Cole, took place on Saturday, Aug. 8 in Rideau Park United Church, Ottawa. Rev. J. A. O. McKennitt officiated and Mrs. W. Foster was organist. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a street length cotton dress with a lace top and organza over taffeta skirt' She wore crown headpiece with a shoulder tip veil and carried a cascade bouquet of pink roses and whit pompons. . Mrs. Stewart Eider-and Mrs. Peter Crowe attended their sister a matron of honor and bridesmaid wearing similarly ttyled blue (heath dresses with lace Jackets and crown headpiece. They carried white and blue earn-.tion. The best man was Mr. Frank Hare and guests were ushered by Mr; Barry PurcelL A reception was held in the church parlors, Lesway Milford The marriage of Sheila Elizabeth Milford, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Robert Milford, to Mr. Gerald A. Lesway. son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lesway, took place on Saturday, Aug. 1, in St Andrew's Presbyterian Church. ' Kinburn, Ont Rev. Dr. E. G. B. Foote officiated, assiited by Mr. R. Langley. Mr. Dan McCuan was organist and Mr. Eldon Milford .was soloist ' - Given In marriage by her brother-in-lavf, Mr. Wilbert Dolan. the bride was attended by her niece. Miss Nancy' Dolan, as maid of honor. . Bridesmaids were Mr- Eldon Milford and Ml Heather Dolan. . Miss Gail Lesway was flower girl arid Master. Ronald Lesway -acted at ring-, bearer.. Mr. John Lesway was best man and the guest were ushered by Mr. Russell Lesway and Mr. Stewart Dolan. y.t '..',...;!., ' Following a reception at Bethel United Church hall the couple left on a wedding trip to the coast of Maine. They will reside In Kinburn. .; CGrady Narrnway PatrUixhe Groos K. I The marriage of Kathleen May, daughter of Captain and Mrs. M. M. Narraway. to Mr. Michael Preston O'Grady, son of Mrs. P. J. O'Grady and the late Mr. P. J. O'Grady, of Eganville, took place in St Basil's Church on Saturday, July 23. ' Right Rev. L A. Costello, DP, uncle of the bride, officiated at the double ring ceremony. Mr. Bernard Thibert' was organist and Mr. Joeeph McKiernan, soloist. The bride wore a white floor length gown of organza over taffeta accented with applique of. lace and pearl. A coronet enhanced with seed pearl and crystal held her shoulder length veil of nylon tulle. She carried i a , cascade bouquet of - "Seventeen" rotes, white feathered carnation and lvy.: , ..; Mi Elizabeth Narraway was maid of honor for her iter and the bridesmaid were Miss Sharon' Macauley. .,, and Miss Carolyn Miller,. cousin of the bride. They worn . (treet length sheath dresses of coral organza over, taffeta, with overskirts, and matching head piece and short veil. They carried colonial bouquet of white feathered' carnations and rosebuds. - J. ' , , Mr. John O'Grady, a brother,, wa best man; Mr. ' Arnold O'Grady, brother, and Mr.. Basil Holly, a cousin - of the bridegroom,, 'were ashen. Michael Costello and Michael O'Grady were acolytes. . . - v, , .v., ,;T "... Following reception at the Talisman Motor Inn the couple left on a frip through Southern Ontario.. : VV ' i: ".-!.- :: Stinson Sanderson J -'.' ,. ; The marriage of Joan Eleanor Ruth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, S. J. Sanderson; of Oxford Station, to David Granville,' son of Mr. and Mra. D. G. Stinson of Ottawa, took place Saturday evening, Aug. 1 In St Anne's Church, Oxford Station. The Rev A.. F, DowdeU officiated. , Vi 1. : i ' '' ' ' V . ' - ' i At St Cohrmba' Church, Manor Park, Ottawa, on Saturday, Aug. 8, 1964, the Rev. John L. Duncan officiating. Michael Valance Patriarchy eldest ton of Air Commodore and Mrs. V. H. Patriarch, 1377 Rockland Avenue. Victoria, BC and Jennifer Anne, younger daugh- . ter of Commodore and Mrs. R V. W.- Groos, 16 Birch Avenue, Ottawa. ? v .r a i- ?. Anniversaries DIAMOND ANNIVERSARY , v. V Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Roy will celebrate ' their 60th wedding anniversary on Thursday, Aug. 13 and will be at hope, 36 Falardeau Street Hull,, to their friends and relative. . .. - A . j . , ' . . I ' ' ' " " ' "',' vfc A' a rMtrta ni Wteetf mmwimhi and r- ; . " nu ml wMt.n aur k IMa a tk. MS rvm i , Bl 1c pmr mmw4. Mcbim will k. rMlta at SS4 i J fjar italil. Mhu Va U V I. tk wllk U s WMi'toi mai.f amattar a.aar Uw tttr ul , SIS.M Ml iHtklhai U 1- Ml mi wKk a. . t M wartt f raaaias .i.Uar n4f atctvra. hllaraia-oa as rate far a.alllal aata ar woraaxa. k.M . can SIS. MhM erar at MM Daws, IM-lall, nUaatoa Murphy-Gamble's AUGUST COAilSALE L .- I-.. i v . Ei lllBringsyou 196465 Fashions Magpificent :in:ihl:5 $215 . ' Illustrated: Two New Fasniom ' , by Auckia Sanft in French , v ' - Blin tt B in Coating . ;,. ;' ( i. " ' ' - Mink in the "precious class! The larger, thicker male skins are manipulated into new: , , est fashion-collars big mushroom collars, V shoulder-wide shawls, notched collars; newest mink shades, too, including. Majestic Dark 'Mink Ppital nr fiinnhlva Mink Af nuiraa the coats are worthy of their regal furs new- ?"f,'v3 season silhouettes, shaped and contoured -. C . J - t ' i i rrom French Blin and Blin of casnmere-iiKe k , i i softness.' In beige, green, brown, taupe, blue, 4 ' j r j Diacai women s, misses , ana custom wzes. ' . . - x . ; ' - ' i . ',. s ' ".' ATTRACTIVE TERMS TRACTIVE Pay $21 down Journal Family of the Week... HOT It : 1 1 ,i i w l ft S r A U K. ?,J v?. i w.'W'."- - Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Last are seen with their five children at their home on , Niagara Drive. Diane, 11, and Louise, six, at left, and Claudia, nine, and John, seven, at right, are all pupils at St. Thorn as Aquinas School. Edmund Junior is four months old.. Mrs. Last a native of O llawa, is the daughter of Mrs. J. T. Coupal , and the late Dr. Coupal. Her husband is graduate of Ottawa University with . Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Commerce ocgrees. A native of Timmint, Mr. j lst is assistant, director of budgeting at CBC and a vice-president of U of 0 alumni. "' ' . . (Journal Phato toy Doailnlee Wldi v New Bare Look Places Focus 1 On Your Skin Backless fashions, inspired by' the thirties, and topless fashicns, inspired by (believe It or not) Pari In the early twenties, are a rebirth'of ihe 'most daring trends In recent ; history."'' :;v " "'1 ' ! '' ,-' But even if you don't wear . these -extreme "expose . fashion " you an be sure that many of your new Fall clothes are going to put the fashion focus on your skin: -One of the best sids hi body sk:n care Is the back brush. "The gentle1 stimulation of the bristles is good ' for circulation and will prevent overly oily or blemished skin. -" - " '. - Keep front and back skin ' silken and beautiful by giving it a iftghily application of. hand and body cream. After each application of the' . cream, slap the skin gently with a Cotton square for re freshing and healthy stimulation. ,. .,U;;your tan 'has already started to fade, and you don't like the "half-way; look." . wash your skin with a bowl of suds mixed with lemon i juice to quicken the lighten-' ing process. Then follow . with an application of night cream. - I v . . II -- X 1. 4 .. '3(1u lL.r .J..Tt"1" ; f TERMS:-.'' .r;,..,,,.,vrr,.jt i i arid monthly instalments of f 15 r " M" A ' 4 t . i '. , Fashion' Fioorth Serond . ; v-i. v. r

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