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Thursday, August 13, 1964
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: .... 1 1 f! 4 ct i going , back to school ;,- just' starting -V join our I marty Customers who want ""school' outfits "of correct ., fit yet different styling , . , and easy care to give young students the conf V dence- of "Dressed Right ". Feeling". t : ,r x-f- T daughter. Mis Lisa Drury, are spending several days la Stratford, where they are attending performance of the Shakespearean Festival. S- i ' -Mrs. J, Mackay Hitsman, accompanied by her son, Tony, has returned from a motor trip through Vermont and New Hampshire: , .. . Mrs. Amelia Gibson has returned from t holidaying- in Barrie. OnL. where she visited with her ton-in-law and Shafa Well;sghooled IN ' CLOTHING . . if you have children - GIRLS' ; i SEPARATE SCHOOL, or i i TUNICS -J In Navy easy car Arnel V-neck with pleau in front, or all around pleated. Sizes i 6-16. v. ' Priced 3.98- 7.98 (v ; SAVE! 11.00 on $15.00 Purchase! SCHOOL BLOUSES made to keep their "Just new look'' washing after washing. Size 6- 1C - ' -. ': .Priced 1.98-2.98 V 'si :1a S BOYS',: -.SPORT SHIRTS, ", I SI JERSEYS -Aft Trim and neat looking tor' boy of all ages. Sizes (-IS. ) Priced 1.98 - 3.93 PANTS of Terylen Cotton they wear and wear, hold their pre and are' washable. Sires 6-18. y.y v 598 -12.98 . SHOES ' 1 to complete your easy 'one-stop school shopping. 'Ex-, cedent assortment of 'good school shoe. Sizes children's to teen'. . . , J "5.98 to 1098 " - net a Ann i iin iflim irrn nrr . Hour free frM" ' Any Downtown La i - ,47 ma JT. 4; vOi v 23S-IM . B daughter, Mr. and Mrs. .Weir Neill. . ' 1-..;..,;.' . A. Among out-of-town guests who will, be attending the wedding of Mr. '.Edward P. McLennan and Mis Andre Bolduc on Saturday are Mrs. Howard Barker and Mrs. William Batt, of Buffalo; - and; Mrs. K. C. Burke, of Brook-, lyn. . . ; . ' ' .'. ' , Mrs. Neil Cole, the former Miss Joy De niton, was honored' at -kitchen shower given prior to , her marriage by her associates at Canadian National Railways. ; ' ', Guests from Ottawa who will attend the Fabricius-Fout wedding In Syracuse on Saturday are Mrs- .Ida' NOTES I Fabric! u. mother . of the " bride-elect' fiance; Mr- Edward Fabricius, Mr. and Mrs. -, ' . Walter Fabricius, Mr. and . Mrs. Werner ' Mallon, Mr. Conrad Mallon. Mr. and Mr. Arnold Mallon, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mallon, Miss Marilyn vNoffke, Mrs, Olga . Coleman and Mis Dorothy Coleman. ' . Hostesses who- have entertained in honor of Miss Hil-J ary Wevill, whose marriage ' to Mr. Roland Nichols take ' place on Saturday, Aug. $2, include Mrs. Glen Wall at a ' luncheon and presentation at t the .Green Valley Restaurant; . : Misi'Lois Wright at shower held at her home by members of the Elmdale fubllc School teaching staff and members ' of the Girls' Auxiliary of SL '. Engagements ', j.; , Hannam Madnnet r .., ..' ' ; ... .. , Mr. and Mrs. F. Lylt1 Hannum of Ottawa, wish to announce the engagement of their daughter, Beverley Ann, to Dr. Edward Alexander Maginnes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander D. Maginnes of Ramsayville, Ontario. Marriage will Uke place at Bethany United Church, Ramsayville, on September 12 at 1 p.m. Weddings 8th at of Mr. Miss Barbara Allen, a bride-elect rf Saturday, has been honored at several showers. Among the hos- . (esses who enteruined for Miss Allen were Mrs. C W. Crompton and Mrs, J. C Ritchie, at a kitchen shower at Mrs. Ritchie's home; Mrs. . V. M. Agnew. at a cup and , saucer shower; Mrs. H. F. L. Plnkney at a miscellaneous , ihower.'Mrt. G. A. Hickman, at a miscel'aneous shower. ' Miss Barbara Allen, who will be married on Saturday, " was honored at a miscellaneous shower given by her ' office associates at the home of Miss Carole Maloney. . A garden party and shower were given by Miss Inez Dennison in honor of Miss Corinne Wooding, bride-elect of this Saturday. Hostesses who have enterv. tained In honor of Mis Andre Bolduc, whose mar-' riage Ukes place on Saturday, Include Mn. Jack Mc-Kim at a cup and saucer shower at her home; Mrs, Edouard Gagnon, Mrs. James . Moir and Mrs. Jacques SL Matthias Church, at miacel-laneous shower. . Among those who will be here from Toronto to attend the McLennan Bolduc wed-' ding on Saturday are Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Braham, Mr. and Mrs. John Shea, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Shea, Mr. and Mrs. William Chalmers, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Chalmei - Mr. and Mrs. Donald Banner- man and Mr.- Leon Bedard. i Mlrtin, at a kitchen shower at the home of Mrs. Gagnon. L Those who have enteruined for Miss 'Ann Affleck, a i bride-elect of Saturday, Aug. 22, include Mrs, Noel A. Smith and Miss Frances Smith, at a cup and saucer shower. Miss Catherine Dales, of Toronto, at a kitchen shower, Mrs. Donald K. Forrest at dessert party and linen shower; Mrs. Jean Adamson at a luncheon at the Green Valley Restaurant, and Mrs. Richard Crossley st a dessert party and presentation ' Mrs. William Mackey and her daughter, Mrs. Larry Bradley, enteruined at a dessert and coffee party and kitchen shower at the borne of the former m honor of Miss Hilary Wevill; bride-elect of Saturday, Aug. 22. Mr. J. H. Hogan and Mrs. Thomas VanDusen were hostesses at a miscellaneous shower in .honor of Miss Roberta McCarthy, a bride-elect of Saturday, Aug. 22. Assisting the hostesses were Miss Tina VanDusen, Mitt Judy McCarthy, Miss Eileen O'Heare and Miss Clair Robillard. ) Mis Karen Atkinson and Miss Sara Alderson were hostesses at a shower honoring Mis Ann Coghlan, whose marriage to Mr. Harry Robinson Ukes place on Saturday, Aug. 22. Miss Aline Jolicoeur, bride-elect of Saturday, Sept. 5. was honored at a personal linen shower given by Miss ill Roper. 'w a ,. .w THURSDAY, AUGUST 13. 1964. r. THE OTTAWA JOURNAL 23 FEwEI CAVITIES LONG LACE BRIDCEWATER. England LONG EATON. England (CP) (CP) Children her tn Somtr- A new elastic man-mad fibre set where water i treated widi ha made it possible to manu-the tteel hardening chemical .'ac.ure "ttretch lace." The de-roolybdenum have only one- signers of the British Weaver' third at much tooth decay a Lace Association here in Derby-children In other parti o( Brit- are at work on linger ain, says the Royal Dental Hoe- whxh 'ev c's'm hai the deli-pital. cacy of Nottingham lace. a & ri m i Brides -elect Are Honored ..... . .. ...., . .. " ' 1 V. j'1:11 I tk, ,4 v )pr: : , I . JL i,vJ - II- , Ten Ottawa Area GUIDES CYCLE THROUGH VERMONT ', Girl Guide left Ottawa for Guides; Nancy McDonald, Beverly Keech. Margaret Farnham, Que, where they will begirt bicycle tour of Owl's Heed Mountain. Vu It is the first venture of this type undertaken by Guide in the are. Seen before leaving Union Station are from the left Mrs. Henry Kidziun, one of two leader accompanying the SOCIAL Deputy Chief of the-Boy A Scouts of Canada. L. H. Nich-ffi elson, accompanied by Mrs. & Nicholson, leave Friday for Sussex. NB. where be wUl 1 attend a two-dav Scout camn. fit Mr. and Mr. Gille Sicott entertained at buffet dinner party at their home in Rock' cliffe Park in honor of Mr. and Mr. Sidney. A. Freifeld prior to' their departure for ?New York City. I . r Mrs. David Drury and tier anc Richardson; Mrs. G. S. Dunn, the other leader, Diane Ralph. Elizabeth Allen, Janice Koy. jane Laidlaw, Jane Duff, Kerne Hoefsmit and Pamela Emery. The group plant to return next Thursday. , j -' . 1 . ' , v (Journal Phota bTDomtaloo Wldal PERSONAL LyonsMead j .. .. . The wedding took place Saturday, August S p.m. -of Peter Vincent Lyons of Ottawa, son Peter A. Lyon of Maniwaki. and the late Mrs. Lyons, . and Nora Emily Mead, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard 'Mead of Sussex, N.B. The ceremony took place at St . -.Joseph's Church. . The ceremony was performed by Rev. Father J. Clarke, d.M.I, and Mr. Dillon O'Connor wa the soloist. . The bride was attended by Miss Delia Kruger,: Mis Lynda Larocqu. and Mia Dorreen Mead of Toronto. ! Mr. John Bingham was best man, and the ushers were George ' Ariot of Gatlneau. and William Kelly. . A reception followed the ceremony and wa held at the Riverside Hotel. Later Mr. and Mrs. Lyon left for honeymoon to the LaurenUana and Montreal They will :JPriebe Perron -.. . The marriage of Marianne Louis Perron, daughter of f Mr. and Mrs. Gerard Perron of Ottawa, and Mr. Frederick 1 Harry Priebe. eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. John Priebe of Otuwa, took place on Saturday, August S at St Paul' ; Lutheran Church. Pastor Korcok officiated. "- . y - Following the reception the newlyweds left for a honeymoon to Detroit They will reside in OtUwa. I'"''. '.-'' " ItIHltl MM iHMMMHMl f- . rtt ! w4lii star k alact ea tk aaebu rua . - at t ptt wr4. Ptptan will t riMlik at ssm sf riail Maaa be la 1 la llk I M ' wii lt miml ai.ll.r mm4n Ikm frtctar aa ' pr fcuk nlm a to 1" la wHk " w. ".-. ,nn fRiac . t Mw rain tar Mltlaaa aaa ar warua, plaaaa u MMa caj at aw am, lia-ltll GUARANTEED REPAIRS ' on SHAVERS all niaktt 1 - and APPLIANCES KX GOLDSTEIN BROS. UTD 1 205 BANK STV 'Y--'- "C IS-7141 :OL7 RENFREW Canada's Leading tvrritrt tint 1837 , ' . . . .' . ' . .'-''. ' - ' ! ' '. .- The H.R. Lobel in Furs meant Superior Quality, SlyU Corroctnost . and Dependable Salitfaction. ' f HOLT RENFREW,. . 52 Oustn Sfreef : r -. McINTYRE BLACKBURN : ? W Mr. and Mrs. Hector Mclntyr of Sydney, NS, announce the engagement of their daughter, Geraldine, to William, son of Mr. and. Mr. Howard Blackburn, Otuwa. Wedding to Uke place In Sydney, Sept 12. ! i ' - Mis Mclntyr I a graduate of St Martha' Hospital Antigonish. Mr. Blackburn received hi Bachelor of Science In Geology from St Francis Xavter University, Antigonish. The couple will reside in Boston where Mr. Blackburn will continue his studies at Massachusetts InstituU of Technology. MrsMeakin Eritertains ; ;. ' " ;tt For Daughter ; Mi J. W. R. MeaJcin enteruined tt a trousseau tea In honor of her daughter. Mis Diana Meakln, whose marriage Ukes place on Saturday.' . ' - Assisting were Mi Gam ett Richardson, Mr. Horace Hemphill, Mrs. Angus Mac-Donald. Mrs. MoleUa Hod-gins - and , Mist Marguerite Bellamy. - ! Miss Kay Jackson, Mr. Arnold Ireland. Mrs. Allan Meakln, Miss Jane Graham and Miss Sandl Johnson were In charge of the gift -and trousseau rooms.' Serving In the tea room were Mis Muriel Scantiebury, Mrs. Donald Meakin, Mrs. Reay Johnson, Mrs. Joy Kuruvllta, Mis Judy Kelly, Mia Judy. Bo. gaeru. Mis Mary Lou' Mc-Mullan and Mi Pat John DAIRY FOODS v Tip ' for . protecting the quality of dairy foods: Keep them refrigerated and covered or wrapped tightly, j ' Journal Want quick results. 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