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The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 31

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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19," 18W THE OTTAWA JOURNAL im Wk mm mh 3 SociaUnd r The Ambassador of Denmark, Mr. John Knox. Dean of.the Diplomatic Corp, hal ... returned to Ottawa after hi ; Summer leave m Europe. . - . . "' The Acting High Commit-4 Doner for Trinidad And Tobago and Mrs. C. K Stoll-- meyer entertained Tuesday evening at dinner. . , Senator Donald Pierre, Minister of Education and Culture for Trinidad and Tobago, is in Ottawa to attend the Commonwealth Education conference which open on Friday. Senator Pierre, is staying at the . Chateau Laurier. ' .'if f t rt I Mr. Gertrude Doitas I leaves today to attend the reception and preview of the Ontario Government Exhibition lii Toronto. H$ V: -:.iV--:;- f In Winnipeg to attend the llth triennial conference of tin Canadian Federation -of University Women ire Mist Btll Elliot. Mrs, R. J. Looa-more.: Mrs, G A. Bennett ' and Mr. J. E. Plunkett. . , ' V , Mrs. Uwrente Little ha returned from Montreal, where the visited her ion, Mr. Rich Little, who it cur-reittly appearing ar, the Queen Elizabeth Hotel.;' i Among the out-of-town nt-nn j ,. IAl tumc$, blattrt, I lr i jacket! "... ,t I ' ; If phoulJ comt i I 'f-: am 9 as ".. 'k h . - I l or ' i a aw .-at. ,m . w . i m l j - .i 11 t. I rv ;:' n ;--ii . . ' i . - , . .. i - a - .' w X 1 X v m. . i a. a. '.,-. Persona guest who will ttteitri the .'. Robinson Coghlan wedding "von Saturday are Mr. and Mr. Edward Richards, of Mont-.real, and Mr. and Mrs. Vv; B. Youakle, of Lachute. .; y Guests from Toronto who will attend the Monro-Affleck wedding on Saturday . are: ; Col., and Mrs. James Blair. Mr. and Mr. Donald. 3. Affleck. Mr. Leslie Saunders. ; Mr. David McKeown, Mr. ' Robert Morris, Mr.' Brian Kernighan, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Allison, Mias Jean Hornell and Mr. Andrew Dugas, t. , ,. :.:T'- . ' i Miss Charlotte Rigby has ' returned , to Ottawa from .4i Stratford, where she attend-. : ed performances at the' Shakespearean Festival. i ' . Guests from Toronto who. will attend the - Robinsoh-I Coghlan wedding on Satur-t day are: Mrs. R- J. Moor.' , Miss Marten Moore, . Mr.; John Poyner, Mr. Jack Youn-r kie. Miss Betty Stammers, Mrs. Sidney Robinson, Mr. arid Mrs. Arthur Robinson Jr.,-and Mrs. James Duguid.. : Mrs. Fred Monaghan en tertained at her ;home at a miscellaneous It o w e r in honor of Miss Donna Mc- Cann, bride-elect of Satur- day, Oct 3. . Cleaning .'. ' Unojeum I , Linoleum often Improperly cleaned. ' Cleaamg.; should be w'th cloths damp with the tuds o: a nvid sop Or detersem or I 'linseed soap. In'ended for the purrioe ThI iav followed with cloths damp 'with clear wa'e (o take Up the dirt, an by Immediate drying. Treated in, Ihil way, inlaid llhnltum should retain it brightness.; 4 L THE WORLD'S LARGEST FURRIERS FURS ARE AN IMPORTANT INVESTMENT . SHOP THI ' s WORLD'S ' URCSt FURRIERS . i . BEFORE YOU ' "Oooda " Satisfactory Money Refunded -r'! ill-" 144 , Sparks St. rare pAftKirtrt ' AT (MB . '.mm tv-;i Jjj!, tSmtammmmmmmmm ' ;"- RECEPTION HOSOUS AMBASSADOR TO BELGRADE 1 ,The Chechoslovakian Charge a"Affai res 'a.l. and Mrs. ' Staniils v Novotny, far rlgltt, entertained Tuesday evening in honor of the Canadian Ambassador to . i Czechoslovakia and Mrs. Malcolm N. Bow. centre. Chatting ' with Mrs. Bow it External Affairs Minister Hon. Paul Martin.- -, , . . : ijMrnal phota By Dominion WMti Woman Driver Competes In Family Sedan Races MONTREAL CP Sporu tar racer ' Wendy Keith . saya racing Is safer than' ordinary driving. ' ,. . ' ' "Racing it actually very polite driving,") said the rntrepid 23-year-old Montrealer who says she started jracing at her husband's suggestion. . ,, , ,, ' Mrs. .Keith was the only woman competing m the family-sedan event at the new Mont Tremblant-St. Jovite race track north of Montreal recently. - Her husband also races, and drove a Lotus Elan at' the same meet. Wendy feels women have only one dtsadyajiuga behind . die wheel. They aren't as strong a men. f "'Otherwise the requirements are the same: A love of driving and speed, good' eyesight and good distance Judgment, fast reflexes and no panics!" She says the sport is good for IUY! peopl who are "bored and want a littl excitement. After It's all over, you appreciate sitting down quietly." ' She's frightened ' before 1 a race, the admits, "I'm so nervous I never talk to anyone before a race. But It a wonderful feeling to know that you're m control and, master of the car." ' She started a year ago last May and has competed in seven race,' winning two novice and on club event. ' . " ' Wendy says there' no competition between . her and her husband because they don't race the same cars. ' ," Besides, he'd beat me if w did. But- at least we can talk about 1 something that interest us bothfyvi"..-! ' I JARRED FROM JURIES 1 Jury service is confined l males by law In Prince Edward .Island, v .:.:-.--.'-'.' -:..-.,'y i .! AtlOl'ST ' S,LK l-HltHS W aj ' Alysha Sail, Proctued lamb Coats (dyed) ..... $269 Partial! Lamb Jacket (dyed) Mink Trim $289 Una Northern Muskrat Back Coatt(dyed) ... $297 Pars'wn Lamb Coati (dyed) Mink colUrt.r.i ' $379 Natural Gray Persian Lamb Coats, .Mink trim : $389 Brown (dytd) Shearad Baavar Coats, with Mil $399 Canadian Shaartd Baavar Coats (Mended) . $447 . Canada Wajastk tafphira Mink StoUj,. let-out $449 ' Nltural Shaarad Ractton "CMts" $419 .iJf y Royal Putal Mtnk Jle'katJ RWU furr ,SW$79S " Canada Maiastlt Pastal Mink Coat .- $l6t5 ,( , Canada Majastic Paarl Mink Coat $1995 t Trad Mark Canada Mink greater '-''H I USE 0URUY-AWAYwUN f FREE STORAGE and INSURANCE . No Carrying Charge Stora -Hours 9 i.m. to S.30 p.m. fftiOAY Till 9 PM. 4 , jm ' ' I Mother, 34, Has Brood Of 20 By GAY PAULEY NEW YORK (UPI) - Mrs. Francis L. Beardsley Just laughs when people quote to her that familiar nursery rhyme about the old woman who lived In a shoe and had so many children she didn't know what to do, '. For on thing, Mrs. Beards ley is a young M who finds time for golf and for church and civic activities: Home la a three Moray housa with eight ... bedroom ' and flvt bath. And the Cermet, Calif., houwlr know exactly what she' doing with her brood of 19 children ranting m tie from three, and one-halt month to It year. , SUM BRUNETTE Mrs. Beardsley, a tall. llm brunette with blue tyes. talked of her large family during a trip to New, York for a Camp"' Fir " Girl Honor Day" saluting women who ark outstanding in noma and com munlty. ,. (-, . ' Helen Beardsley was cited for ; bar "administering and ministering to the emotional, spiritual and practical heed of probably th largest slnglt family in America." Mrs. Beardsley had eight children from her first mar-riag to navy flier who wa killed in a )et crash in ISts. In INI. she married Francit Beardsley, a warrant officer stationed at 1 the U.S. Naval Postgraduate School, MM terey. Calif. Ht wa a widow, er with ! . children. Each adopted' tha other' children, she said. And now th Beards-leys have two of their awn. : NAMED THEM ALL - I asked Mrs. Beardsley if she could name all 20 without a slip. "Surely," she said. "You want ma to start with the youngest or oldest." ' She began with th eldest, Michael. 20, and now ht the Marines. Th other are Charles. IS: Gregory,' IT; Rosemary.: IS; Louise. Hi Colleen. H; Janette. II; Mary, 13; Nicholas, II; Susan. 12; Thomas, II;. Veronica, nine: Jean, eight; Phillip, seven; Germain, seven; Gerald, six; . Joan., four; Teresa., four; Joseph, two; and Helen Monica, the baby. . .4 "Big families aren't for everyone." said Mrs. Beards' ley. "Primarily you have to love children and want them, and we do. We enjoy our family so much," ; SAVE MUSCLE " ' " NEW . YORK (UPt) Keep a pad of foam rubber half an Inch thick and six Inches quara in a kitchen drawer. Use N to open stubborn Jars and bottle.: Th soft foam rubber grip tha cap firmly, but protects the fingers. , Best in PIANOS. Testa! ssif Re;:!rt I7S SPARKS STREET S3242S! DRAPES free Bbstt Daw or Kwm Ing Appointment rAat.iNowooo et.Aza itt-tM MrARTNtia n 1SS-S1SI ii.i.iNna aaiuua ' CLAZA . 111-tlSl Charlotfetowh Convention City For CWL (Ry The CP) Delegates from the 15 000 fnember man Catholic Women'! League of Canada will hold their national convention In Char-totteiown. Auj. 23 to 21. League projects for the anniversary of Canadian Confederation IMT art expected to be announced at the six-day meeting which will be under . the ctuirmannhip of national president Mrs. Hermon Stevens of CalgSry. " The women will alsO hear reports from provincial presidents and are to vote on a number of resolutions for presentation to provincial and federal governments. The Catholic Women's Lra-gue was founded in 1930 and ha ' about l.SOt member groupi from coast to coast. 12 Special l " 3-Piece Double Knife It'll MHtoMH - PARIl'DtaiONCP vftfef L ibr "" . " ' 5 1 - - I 1 k p V: Amazing New I'exturct ' New Autumn Colours Never so much fanhlon newa in knIU! Now they mimic the manner of wonted wools , tweedy textures, bubbly , knits, jftcqusrds. And come in RJorious .jreds. Rreenii, blues; rrrey, brown, black. very aklrt ia UffeU-llned, impeccably . flnlahed, impressive value at Just $3S Sail t)thrtmtntStfJ Feer . r Weddings MnlnRfr -Boyle j On Saturday, Aug. 15. at Immaculate Heart of Mary Church by' Rev. Father Lome Reynolds, Dorothea Anne Boyle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert John Boyle, to Michael Jon Nininger, son of Mrs. James F. Nininger and the late Mr.' Nininger. all of Ottawa. . tuCBtrmtftU Mauis """nrmrltu in ro wini nr k e''e wi'i rt" . I tr M fklarn a ill kr mklUhv at SSS rr Mil ct,lumn up I 1" In i llh U iS Imt maim lliU r INr Itlrliifr SISSS ptt MkU tlu HW I" 1" M 'l"k wllk ua ! m wa l rriHins waller eriu. Iniurma-Um m aia lt MeliHMial Sn-lk iaai. ! rail MM Wlrr W MIU llak, tS till. fl.l" II. Styles -festharcreaa Oifir lthar golden rule A 1s t&Jk aavaav lHJ- S-a. W -Sata r'amtn0r The Owl and the Pussycat went to sea All shiny la their beautiful Golden Rule (hoe ; Made fbr 6irl' tt shoa-laathor upper soles. Beige. 12V to 3. $3.99 I Engagements , Durant Drummontl The ettgagtrqettt la announced of Donna Joan Durant, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Garnet B. Durant, to John C harles Drummomt. son of Mr. .and Mr. John C. Drum- ' mond The marriage will tak place on Friday, Sept 4. at t p.m. in First United Church, Ottawa. - . Cartnun Pilgrim Mr. and Mis. Robert Cartman, Maryland. Que., announce the engagement of their daughter, Shirley Ann, to Allan Beatty Clark Pilgrim, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Pilgrim, Sr., Haley's, Ont. Marriage to take place Satur-.. day, Sept. 12. at 3.30 pm. in St. Andrew s Knox United Chuich, Bristol, Que. bright and stylishly right school (n sensible hue.' axlord flexible rubber sole. grown, ayt to 4. $3.99 Downtown: 142 Sparks Street . 1242 Wellington Street Cariingwood Shopping Centrt--2097 Catling Ave. ' MeArthar Shopping Ccntrf-320 MeArthur A4V.-'; Billings Iridgt Shopping Centr--222l RhTlrtidi Dr. Elmvale Shopping Centre 1888 St. Laurent Blvd. A ' ' ' ." ' : " - ' . ! . ' ' ' , . '30 Backwith Sitter. Smiths Falls ' -

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