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Monday, August 17, 1964
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MONDAY. AUGUST 17, Test New Methods iofePreserving Fruits and VegetaBles in Season ' ' ' By EUNICE GARDINER ,1 Women't Editor of The Journal Consumer Section of the , Agriculture Department went far afield to select two bright youni itudenti to ' work In tbeir lett kitchen in OtUwa this Summer. From Summerside, PEL came Mia Carta MacKin-. boo, JO, daughterof Mr. and . . Mr. Judion MacKinnon. And from .Hudson Bay, Sask., cam Miss Roxann ' Webb. 20. daughter of Mr. i and Mrs. Bert Webb. Both girla are entering their senior' year of studie in Home Economic. Miu MacKinnon i a itudent at Acadia University. She said that when he heard the de-'" partment chose only two girts she entered the competition "only as a lark." "Certainly It was' a wonderful break for me to be sent word that I was wanted . ber In Ottawa," she said. "I have relatives in this city "; who have been kind to me. t " The Summer has given me ' much experience which will . . aid in in my studies," she v ; continued. ' . I- f 7 Miss Webb goes into her , fourth year of .studies at the. ? I University of Saskatchewan.' f i Her past two Summer were 'pent at Camp Barden, where J i she i took the arrai dieti-, tian's course. '' t Her studies followed 4-H J Club projects In' her hom province, where she won a i Canadian National Exhibition i t scholarship. ' I ' i'ii fruits and vegetables in ; season hav been used to ' ' develop and test new recipe, j som of which will appear I 1 later in the department's J 5 booklets for use by Cana- 4 dian homamakers. In th Ida with ' Mrs. Reva Rosov. Mrs. Barbara Jarvta In th information r division, help-kig to prepare information for newspaper, radio, and television, .. " i ' Miss MacKinnon' only regret has been that the Sum- j mer , .her :J coincided . wttn Prince Edward Iland' , bratton ol' th first meeting of the Confederation Fath- , are. , However, , sn mienas to vttit Charlottetown before t jrolng back ? September..'. Into classes ? AIDS AGED "i - LONDON CP-welthy ton-.. .widow Edith Earl, tt, known a th "gambling Xi granny" bacau of ber lucce i?M gambling, is tt mvtt 1 old people to lunch at a Weit End hotel. Th object to record , their covratlon for ; th Queea. to bring off a bt-' ten deal for th old people of ' BrlUin.- . ; .: ' FOUO SHOTS $ I MONTREAL (CP) - M t adulu in Montreal do not tax I polio shots unless there is ftar I of an epidemic officials of the i city's health department say, !'p.Th cases w see are mainly J peopl over Jt, becauM fewer ? ;doo1 in that croup are im- tatunixed." Sixty-eight per cent -ef persons under 2t have had the shots. - -r is test kitchens two young senior students of Hon Economic from opposit ends of th country are shown in th Agriculture Department's Consumer Section test kitchen on Wellington Street.- Miss Roxann Webb, at left, and Miss Carta MacKinnon, who are spending three months in the test kitchens, hav been at work testing new methods of preserving fruit and vegetables. Here they are showq checking the flavor and color of a tomato sandwich spread which- waa made two week ago. i Sprays Aid Few women are satisfied with th type hair they hav. Th familiar sentence, 1 can't do a thing with it," is uttered by women with fin hair,, coare hair, straight hair and curly hair. ' However, H seem to me that fine hair is th mot difficult to manaic'tt fall flat in humid weather and certainly its owner cannot pas for the windblown, type. I hav often- been walking down Fifth Avenue when other women alongside me didn't have a hair out , of place, while mine was flying, in all directions- I hadn't' . controuea it with. a,, half - spray. This type hair cries for a liiiiwiwilll TAi); nawa, iwiaii. Engagements Mr. and Mrs. Roy Smith wish to announc th engagement of their daughter; Heather Eileen, to Robert" Kent ThoiMon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thomson of StreetsviU. Ont , Wedding to take place Sept. . 19 at Wavarly Road Baptist! Church, Toronto, Ont.V . ; r ! mU WxSeia miu mi waiB( w k Uca oa um actad ram - M la m war, rtctataa Kill k akllke at MS ' aar abula aalaaa aa u " la atk wllk a to a waraa far mala aiattar aaaar tka ktttara u 1114 r aakta-calaaia a la ta atk wHk aa ' a s wari a raaaiar autlar aar aklar. lalaraia- Mas ftM MdlllaMal alk .lit. . ; eau MMa sirar at auai 1964 aBaaaaBaaMBaaaaaaaaaaaMaBaaaaaaBaaaiBaaBaBaMaaaaBiBaaaBj Jt-.wvV' "Of f' - vf " s :. ,"" ... "- i """'.. , t ' ' ' ' I j v ' 1 r '- : " . -i ., ; i i -i v .--J ' ' :.:; '1 U Immbm. "... i ii ir mm tut in. .111 on mi ' at kWaVMMaVMjniim Thappy wives fcr saklV i if she' been 'acting .a littl. 1 j f I moody and peckish 1 lately. . PN 1 j Z I w got a guaranteed cure f.4 I I I . .'bring her in to t , . I i I I our " rVi 1 ! GREAT feH 1 J: I AUGUST 1J s 1 SM fji;'-- i 111 I ! :. ,, and pick out th fur of 1 1 ' , . tifatlm at real savings. I f . 1 WTI hold h with a smatt I . I .. deposit until Fall. Th Bonus 1 ? J happy wtf m th I ' . ,!X months between. ' ' V mm"- ' RCMFDBSIJi T f 'a 178 Sparky r . 1 k" '"' rj $ ' "-aaaaaaaaa,,.,- ' " '" j;'' . - .- - . . ; -V-" " row Old ? Fine Hair really good haircut more than any other.- It doesn't hold a set as well as other types, but if th hair is well shaped It will - kep som Mmblanc of a hairdo even if it become somewhat limp.' ... The ends should b blunt-cut and it should hav a permanent which , add ; body rather than curia. If you hav this kind of hah never hav a cream shampoo or you' will really be Sunk! Th hairdo should be medium in length, or even hort- This make th hair appear heavier and thicker. Hair spray are a 'great help. Today, you can buy hair spray which do not make th hair sticky in hot 'weather. ; '. ., Those of us who d o- net hav . naturally curly hair look with envy at those who do hav It However, this I not -always an unmitigated blessing Th very curly head . can also present problems. 'It, too, can be unmanageable. Curly hair Is usually dry. Tnerefor us only cream shampoos. A cream dressing on th ends will help: When , you set your hair, ustth Jumbo tin roller and a good ware lotion. Do not hav . your hair thinned any more than' neressary, because th thin end will curt up in littl tondriuvO - ' ii j i ;.) . Extremely-, curly : hair can be straightened by a profee-aionat Be ure that h or h really know thi technique. It can b nccessftd and lasts about long a a parmanmt doe. Sine thi process must be repeated It t best to try to., control th, curl with mtasure I hv mentioned unless th hair i really kinky and unmanageable. There are conditioner ' for. dry hair which win help. a !.;(.)' ' i ii ..ACTRESS MARRIES -J HOLLYWOOD TAPKActres Edl Adam m r r I d maslc publisher Martin Hager Mills Sunday m a ceremony at the actress' . Beverly Hill home. Miss Adams, was formerly married to comedian Ernie Karnes, who waa killed hi aa auto accideat m Lot Angele m Jaa-oary, IN2. Mills. 17, la aa aa-ecutlv with th publishing firm of Mills Music Journal Want quick rotulta. Ads bring THE OTTAWA JOURNAL COMING EVENTS t .-, -.-... - , , - A free film program "Canada in Color." (This week's program. Sum' on th West Coast), presented la th N-tiooal Museum's lecture haH, Monday to Fridays at JJO, Wednesday evening at 7J0. .Ftatented by the National Museum and th Natlonai FUm Board. Weddings. " Munro Bdnari ' . . .. The ntarriag of Theresa Bednarz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Bed nan of Windsor, ta Mr. Glenn Munro. on of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Munro of Kamptvill. took Place on Saturday, Aug. 15, in Central United Church, Windsor. Rev. Van Zoost officiated. , . a v. . .. a. a Cvnntag-ham Cameron : Th marriage of Nancy Jan, daughter of Mrs. Gordon A. Cameron and th bit Mr. Cameron of Ottawa, to Mr. James Carl Cunningham of Brock ville. son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Cunningham of Smiths Fall, Ont. took plac on Saturday, Aug. 13 at 4 pjn. (a All Saints' Anglican Church, Westbora, Ont Rev. D. C Bolton officiated. Wedding music was provided by Mr. W. E. Gush, organist, with Mr. W. G. Hartwick. LtchiM. Qu, soloist . ' Given m marriage by bar unci Mr. W. R. Irwin, th bride waa attended by Mrs. Jack Lynn a matron of honor with Mist Nancy Warren, bridesmaid, and Karen Theil was Bower girt. Mr. Ray Blair was best man and guests were ushered by Mr. We Jordan and Mr. Keith Bennett ' Following a reception, at th Sampan, th couple left on a wadding trip to New England States. They will reside in Brock villa, Ont Tuesday Ntws in Murphy-Camblt's August English Wools in Dashina Goats v at-a-Saving of SAR vs ana more Tweed V - Mohalr It't a tale, ye. It's alao a Important unfurred coat, a story of handsome new texture,' , tweedy . and looped and smooth-surfaced. Of vibrant " colour 'of red, gold, green, grey, blue, brown. And of dashing styl . . v fust tot our ktchesl Satin-lined, Interlined and chamois-reinforced for Winter warmth; size to 18. August Sal UM .iTo!.65--'$5i! coou wuMtm Socia and Persona Th Charge d'Affalre of Uruguay and Mrs." Pittaluga-S tew art will bold a reception at lb Country Club on Tuesday. Aug. 23, on th occasion of their country's Indepen-'dene Day.'. , .... . . a : ' Mr. and Mrs. John' Gibb-. Carsley and their daughte.. The, were th guest of ' Mrs. Gibb-Carsley's parents, Dr. and Mr. John N. Crawford. They are now in .... .Montreal, where they will spend a month visiting with th former' mother, Mrs. Jack Gibb-Carsley. Squadron Leader Gerald F. Stubinskl and Mrs. Stu-binski accompanied by their three daughter. Brenda. Wanda and Paula, hav returned home from holiday pent 'visiting with relatives in Glac Bay and Sydney, NS. . '. . . a. - Mis Maud 'Southworth, of Redlands, Cain., spent the past week aa th guest of Dr. and Mrs. ' Homer Mere- diuV- . a. 'a Mi Bonnie Cain, Miss - Linda Emsley...Mis Helen Lemire and Miss Patricia Kelly hav returned home from a motor trip to Old Orchard Beach, Me. a a a Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Cooper entertained at a buffet a upper for th wedding party prior to th ar-rUg. on Saturday, of their I daughter, the former MisJ Irvln, Mrs. J?M. Lomer assisted th hostess. . . Mr. and Mrs. David Griffith, of Plymouth. England, are in Ottawa, th guest of Jrlit Charlotte Kindle. Mrs. Dorothy McGe has returned to'hsr bom la Montreal after spending th weekend vltitlng with 'friends. . a a- . ' Mis Rhode MacArthur, of Norand. Qu is visiUog with friends in Ottawa. a a 1 a ' Among th Ottawa delegate attending th 18th Triennial Confarcnc of th ' Canadian Federation of Uni- vrlty Women are Mia M. D. McClelland, Mis Lorraine . Short t, Mia Gladyt Harvey.. Mia Blanch Robertson, Mist Josephine Lynam, Miu Alices Mason and Mrs. I. B. Rutherford. Miss Nora Guthrie, Mrs. JL F. Flaherty and Mis Margaret MacLellan, ' president, ar member of th national executiv who ttBdd pre-conventioa meetings in Winnipeg. ,.. , . Sale- BouJe - and - Wool - fashion presentation of Winter rtoor im aectmtt . ' r.s 5 .,-,,6. --- j -...Ji'v. a. fw-af iijaaaaray aa aawaw rrTA -'-'"-I j i ' ' -' 1 nun si - il v ' I cW 1 ' 1 - DORMITORY SKIMMER ! 1? V .1 For lounging in th dormitory thi ileeveles nylon tricot skimmer follow fashion's easy silhouette ' with the A-lin for comfort Th tone-on-tone border (tripe have dash of ruffling at the hem. It comes in pink with bright pink stripes or blue with bright blue ttri pes.' BirthdpyClub AUGUST 17 Michael John Booth, age 3. Marcel Konrad, age 9. , Louise Laframboise, ag S. Kelly 'Ann Rockburn, age 2. Nancy Ward, age 9. Jh Journal, Btrthdoi tutor, OtUxM, Ont Pteas enroO m fat Th Journal ttrthaat Cluo. tmiUbl... year old -' 19.1 PLEASE PRINT NAME (M. Woa: win aei aa autaawueall loraar yaar ar rT. They wui aa aaiiiaa amy wnaa a aauaaa la ant In waU In aa- Ka. Uatiasa ara natrttta u aaa yanasar.! 'ZZ'.'l ..! n ' aaaf . . . . . . J'l SEA'S GEM The pearl, the only precious gem to come from the tea, is beit preserved by wearing it. Skin moisture keeps pesrli from drying out. I - i9 1 A TWEED Yuit cropped just to the knee-cap' was designed by Jean Desses of Paris ' U1 a bright yellow basketweave for the Paris Fall collections. Styled with raglan sleeves and a single row of front buttons, the cos-, tume is completed with a high crowned fur hat. WWWWWWWUJWJW.IJtWJW'WMMJU'WJWMJI FIMAL-SHOE CLEARANCE i-i-l SUMMER SHOES In All Departments HALF-PRICE rmstrong 4 Im) ichardson ti a . mOABU ITIilTKSO STORES - ; 7. Sparks Street Carlingwood Plaza .ii. ixj,. ; BDIIngt Bridg Plaza " '',, '. i ? i.. i--a - V I t mm pm - '" '. . f i $-.. .. : ... . ' V. i j ' ,.. ... , , v' . -. I - .. -v ; " . :t J - ' .-";-- ... ' a 1

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