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Tuesday, August 18, 1964
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TUESDAY, AUOUST 18. 1964. Quality Standards Areaintdihed I n Handicraft Judg ing at Exhibition By BETTY SARSF1ELD of Th Journal A large magnifying glass nd a tape measure are the working tools for the judge of handicrafts at the Central Canada Exhibition. Knots in the knitting. ' threads not rut off in sewing and soil marks on articles all com under the scrutiny of .Mrs. R. J. Penney, of Kingston, whose Job it is to decide the winners.-. "We're not only looking ? , V . fit : - r , fW.-.V - . y -..'-. - - s .. . , f I, r v ) , r , i v- - i , ; ,r:;':V:" HANDICRAFT ENTRIES ' ' . :J'.V'; Mrs. R. J. Penney of Kingston. Judge of handicrafts at the Central Canada Exhi- ' bition. placed a first priza ribbon on the cross-stitch tablecloth made by Mia There Beauregard, during the early hour of Judging on Monday. Mrs. Penney is Judging items entered in 146 divisions at the exhibition this year. ' " ' ' ' ( Jeynial Hirte by PomlnKw Wist) :r "ReHiler of Fin Udics' Wur" iiiMiiiwMi,tiiiinii uDii.iiiij j vVy y Advance Kj'f) 1 Presentation 5 k X 4f ; I i life i f v lO ' STXINB are nrond to present the-M treat eoat news ... Inspind by Paris and tnurpreted by the country's top desicners. MaanUVent fura spill am superb lm ' Dorted anols faahioiMd with a combination of aenlie fit or Bare. Pitchtarkeneel srool-tweeda. solid wool and fur ' combtnatlona or 'lratimd mohair ... the colors and color . " eomMnatiecis are spectacular, lite atsse aried and the quality beyond reproacn. Choose now on our Layaway Flan. Onlrinncd Coats f For Trimncd Coats 115X3 . t i emrt ip exirmj tit cturttsf Chmrtt$ mud BmdttU snirr bros. ltd. 149-151 BAIIK ST. Between ' -. .' LAURIER and SLA1XR STS. 69.95 H'.. ! . . THE OTTAWA JOURNAL 19 for flaws, though," Mrs. Penney said. "Good workman snip, good design and cola combination ar the essen- $ tials for prize-winning ar- , tlcles," she tontinued. , Mrs. rwiney pointea out that soil marks ion entries usually indicate that an article has been worn and must be disqualified. ' Mrs. Pennes experience In judging leads back several years to her work with 4H Clubs. She represented Fron-tense County at the 4H Judging her. .- She was a member of the Kingston Fair Board when she was invited to attend th Judging school at Kemptville. Sine that time she has been a Judg at th Central. Canada Exhibition, Women's In- stitut displays and county fairs. . She Juiows what to look 'for, too, as she has been a frequent exhibitor of quilts and home baking. MORE ENTRIES This year she. has mor entries 'to judg than ever before. - There are articles la 148 divisions Including a division for blind and on for teen-age exhibitors. 4 Mrs. Penney works steadily from 8 a.m. until 6 p.m. judging winners at the exhibition. ' "Judging isn't something you can do when you'r tired," an official' explained. Th standards of judging ar kept high at the Exhibi. tion, and a single entry in any division doesn't guarantee a priza. Th quality must'' be there, or no priie is given. Mrs. B. E. Dawson, of Ottawa, has been In charge of. handicrafts, home baking; and Union, Catholiqu des Fermiere entries for th past four years. Working with her is t committee of four, who count entries, and tag and display the winners. COMMITTEE , Commute members include Mrs. C. R, Mudd and her daughter,' Miss M. L. Mudd. Miss Judy McCartney and . Mrs. Cecil LcBrtton. This year th prize-winning handicrafts ar set out in 23 display booth at th cast sid of the McElroy Building. - They occupy th ' same amount of apac as last year, but ar located in th oppoit sid of th building. ., V. Mrs. Dawson said that In contrast to th large number of entries refused. in other years because they arrived too late, this year they had only on late entry. In th needlework division, entries cam from as far away as Swift Current. Sask. Miss Coghlan Honored 7 At Tea i - Mrs. Arthur Robinson enter-.. Uined at a tea in honor of Miss Ann Coghlan. whose marriage to Mr. Harry -Robinson takes place Saturday. Pouring tea were Mrs. J. M. Atkinson. Mrs. CecU Brathwait. Mrs. W. B. Younki, Mrs. Edward Richards,. Mrs. R, J. Offord. Mrs. Edward Forrest. Mrs. R. B. Day and Mrs. Charles Dov. ":, -i , Serving were Miss Karen Atkinson, Miss Sara Alder-son. Mrs. David Hillary. Mr. Oral Rooks, Mrs. James Scott. . Mrs. Gsry Stewart. Mrs. George Carscallen, Mrs. Donald McDonald and Mrs. Alfred Heave an. Mrs. Douglas Robinson was m chart of th tea room. - i NOSE TRAINING CARLISLE, England (CP) -r Children et Infant schools In Cumberland ar being uught. bow to blow their noses. A school health - report for th county said that health authorities were amazed to find bow many youngsters could not blow their noees properly, -' ; . DRINKING WOMEN ' Surveys show M per cent of' Canadian women use alcoholic beverages to some extent - ; i 'J fn. . SAVE MORE ; During Our . ' ! aucust mzui ' j m Rkfaaa Street ' JM-4SM . ......... .f.-... -v- -r he WILSON MEAD Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Wilson of Ottawa wish to announce the engagement of their daughter, Nancy June Anne, to Mr. Charles ' Nod Mead, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mead of City View. The couple 'are being married on the 53rd wedding ' anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilson (grandpa rente of Charles Noel) 'The wedding will take place in City View United' Church. Sept 19 at 3 p.m. Social and Personal Th Czechoslovak! an Charge d' Affaires a.L, and Mrs. Stanislsv Novotny will -entertain this evening at the Embassy residence in honor of th Canadian Ambassador to Czechoslovakia; Mr. Malcolm N. Bow, and. Mrs. Bow. u Mrs. D. H. Finlayson has returned from a three-week holiday In Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island. . . , . Mrs.' Thora KolsUd, of Calgary, is in Ottawa visiting her- brother end sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. . Sigurd Lockeberg. on the occasion of their 50th wedduig anniversary, which waa celebrated on Sunday. . .' : Mrs. Franklin B. Rohner, of Los Angeles, is. th guest of Dr. and Mrs. Haroid H. Fireman at their' in Rockdifl Park. . . ' Miss Miriam . Litt. ; and Miss Helen Rogers have' returned bom after spading several ' days at Stratford, where they attended performances of th Shakespear-' can Festival. -,...;. ':?$'' Mrs. John McLsllahd entertained at a dessert party and presentation for Miss Lynn Webster whose msmaje to Mr.. Kenneth Earner takes place on Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Christie and their family hav. returned from a holiday motor trip to the Western United States and to Banff, Alt a. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Snorter entertained at their Sumrner cottage at Meach Lake for members ot the University of Toronto Alumni Association. r .' Miss Stephanie Kentish, of Noranda, Que., is visiting . with her grandmother, Mrs.' Edna Stewart ' ' a Mrs. Gerald Delcourt entertained at her. home in Buckingham in honor of Mis Olga Balazsi, a bride-elect of Saturday. Aug. 29. , - '.Mrs. Rsndolph Gherson. - entertained at a tea in honor .of Miss Wendy McFsuL whose marriage to Mr. Brian Tomka takes plsce on Saturday, Aug 29. f Mrs. Ormsnd Addy. of Cyr-ville, was hostess st a miscellaneous shower honoring , Miss Sonia Lea Lacelle, 1 whose marriage to Mr. John j Alaister McDiarmid. of Mano-' tick, takes place on Sept S. hnsaecmcnts SimpMn-Bourfeob. ' I A , r r i Mr. and Mrs. Donald Anderson wish to announce th ' engagement of their daughter Gay! Lynn Simpson, to Robert Oscar Bourgeois, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Bourgeois. Wedding to take place October 10 it Patrick's Church, Ottawa. - v Nugent Baker Mr. and Mr. A. Burke Nugent announce the engagement of their daughter, Elizabeth Anne, to James Paul . Baker, son of Dr. and Mrs. John E. Baker. Marriage to L take place In August at SL Theresa's Church, Ottawa. , . Kessels Ilagar Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Kessels wish , to announce th engagement of their daughter, Jopie Catharine, to Ernest Joseph Hagar, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Hagar, all of Ottawa. Th wedding will take plac September 5. 11 am. at SL Augustine's Roman Catholic Church. ' ,k , .v ' Nail Ayres Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Nail of Ladysmlth, British . Columbia, wish to announce the engagement of their daughter. Judith Anne,-R.M.T.i to Constable Frederick David Charles Ayres, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, son of ' Major and Mrs. F. W. Ayres, Ottawa. The marriage will ",. take place In St Saviour's Anglican Church, September 12th in Pcnticton, B.C ;v s . .'' ! ..,.; jj ' McSrfor--Fjr '. v(. j " ' Th ngagement is announced of Sandra Myme, daughter of Mr. James A. McGregor, of Ottawa, and th lat Mrs. McGregor, to Charles Bradley Fay, son of Mr. John B. Fay, of East Baltic P.EJ, and the late Mrs. Fay. ' Marriage to tek plac September 19 In St Basil's Ch - '' Otuwa. v. . . - i....;,.t j .' .. . .f., - Demer Chapman y , , . ' ? C Mr. snd Mrs. Edouard G. Demers announc the en-. gagement of their daughter, Rosalie, to Mr. . Joseph Chapman, Hamilton, son of Mrs. Joseph Chapman and the ' lat Mr. Chapman, Simco. Ont Marriage will tek plac In St Francis of Assist Chinch, Ottawa, September 19. " v v ..? ,. .. ; .'-.i,; v. - KemedyDa wmii '' ': ..' ; i' ',-,i.l ' ' Mr. and Mrs. Mauric 1. Kennedy announc the en-; gagement of their daughter Theresa Lorraine, to Mr. ' David Archibald Dawson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edison R , Dawson, all of Ottawa. ' The marriage wUI take plac September 19, 1964, In Our Lady of Fatlma Cburch Ottawa. :';, .1 . -' : , Yl Ultn ''J-.'., I ' r V ' ' .''. y Mr. and Mrs. Bert Irwin wish to announc the en-- gagement of their daughter, Shirley, to Grahaas Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Higglns. Marriag to take plac September 12 at 3 JO In Carleton Memorial United Church. , r,Yuille Dawson ; j'- 'f ,, , Mr. and Mrs. David Vuill announc th engsgement ; of their daughter, Mami to Mr. Donald Allan Dawson, ' son of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick G. Dawson. The marriage . 'i, will tek place on Saturday, August 29, 1964, at 3 o'clock . In Knox Presbyterian Church Ottawa. f j Weddings Hall Howes -Y ' ' ' . ' 'On August 8. 1964. the marriage of Mis Shirley i Howes, dsughter of Mrs. Mrywan Howes, and th late Mr. Howes, of R.R. No. 3. Alfred. Ont. and Mr. Kenneth Stdney Hall, son of Mrs. Sidney HaO and the lata Mr. ftelL of Carlsbad Springs, Ontario, was solemnized by th Rev. Joseph Lynn, in the Cassburn United Church, Cassbura, . Ontario. ' - ' . - v- Brunet Jones Barbara Jones and Robert Brunet were united In Marriage in Southminster United Church on Saturday, August 15. The Rev. M. Nerny officiated. . The bride was attended by Mrs.. Barrie Larock a matron of honor and Mrs. Robert Larcbe, Mrs. Herve Par and Miss Susan Brunet were bridesmaids. , Mr. Rodger Brunet was best man and guest were ushered by Mr. James Brunet Mr. Mauric Larch and Mr, Robert Larche. Following a reception at Riverside Hotel the coupl left for a honeymoon trip to the Lsurentians. . agast.iata an wiat SHmcMMtU ast ra -Hru al WS ay k eu m tk Sactal Pwm at Tc sr wore, rtrtam wiu k yakUk at ssaa ai ilasl. U 1" la ! wltk a to s w.rSt for ru.i.s suiur aaar Um alctara aa SIS. ft aakl-e.l.Ka i u I" wick a to ss worst at mini mottor mmf tafortaa- Uoa oa rate, for aaailtoaal SoaUl or woraaio. o,M cau mi urtj ar am uawa. zo-iaii, SIS. save S12-H4 199 AMJ ST. Mat IaXI a pair Clearance (Continues All Week) LADIES' SHOES y.95 Values to 21.95 Included are all white shoes. Casuals - $6 ' to'lws AAAA's, AAA's, AA's, A's, Bs The selection is still good In colors and fittings, but , not all size in every style.. . 2j- OPEN FRIDAY UNTIL PJsL L R. WTKU 4 SOI - 199 $MHS mm lAJtt vt. .. Telephone. 235-3355 . - ixJv -r ' t tew ' : ' Blue Mist k V. WW V $wii( Pink AJ- r$" Primrose' ' ' t"yf,.'? i''. JV""' : . Also in ' ' ' BlKk 'S- vA Whe ! Jf Warner's Way With Colour. . .. . . . ,. . adds the excitement of heaenl v hues to the slimming magic of Lycra .. . In i lace-frosted under- ; ; . plnnings to make you look and . ; ' feel completely charming! Delilah Long-Leg Pirtfit - . j - in colour or black, small, medium or large, 13.00; In white, IMt. , Delilah GrtJIt ? .s- ! In colour or black, 1.50; In white. .00. . A lure Bra , ; , ; . Vn colour, sites 32A to 36C, 150; InwWte ; ' vr black, 6.00. v ,.v . ,,.,.... i-t;-J: , Icowfrf Third ftooV'i " !-t

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