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August 19, 1964

The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 32

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J' , 2 WINNING DOLL Miss Moalque Metivier, member .of the entry staff, takes a look at one ol the winning doll entries at the Central Canada Exhibition. This don, dressed ' in a Hungarian costume, won first prize on Tuesday for Mrs. Ada Malodeczky. :i f '., if..,. - ' . " "V - POOL CRACKS , - mix and after allowing the mor-Cracks ht concrete pools can tar to set for a few hours,, fill be patched by cutting out the ing the pool so that the patch is crack, filling with a one part allowed to harden while under cement, two parts sand mortar water. : - High Standard Reached ' In Handicraft Competitions -v Judging of Central Can- . Ida Exhibition handicrafts i continued Tuesday afternoon In the McElroy Building at the Exhibition Grounds. ' Judges examined entries in the junior and intermediate ' sewing. Women's Institutes and Union Catholique des Ferm teres classes. .'" Mrs. Elmer Duffy of Kingston, who ludgea the Wt entries expressed pleasure at the high standards of craft-mansliip she has found here, ' rtirther expressions of admiration came, from Mr.' BUI 'Vanden Bosch, the director of the WI, hand.crsft and baking sections. .'' . "I've learned so much - these past two days and ' I've learned how important . this work is, and hgw much , goes into ft," he says. i Mr. Vanden Bosch candid-! I ly admits he was consider-. ably less than pleased when; he first got the Job of super-; vising these three sections. 'I wanted horticulture, he jUyL "but now I'm glad I didn't get iL" ! Commenting on. the large number of entries received from the Union Catholique ' des Fermieres, he said he would like to. tee, suspecial section 'established for the UCF. .. . v( .(, j JUDGES (.ff-r :, ;y if' Judging the Junior and intermediate sewing were Mrs. Gen ice Collett. Mrs. .Vesta Blair and Mrs. Margaret Tierney. Mrs. R. J. Penney. 7 6a6 (e& extra care ; Judged the UCF entries, i Sewing, knitting, rag and quilt-making and all the other varieties of handicrafts seem to be as popular as ever with Ottawa area women, ,r : Fluffy sweaters, painstakingly detailed embroidery and beautifully sewn garments make' an impressive display. The brightly patterned quilts and rugs and the daintily executed household linens would find welcome in any ' home. - ' ' ... - , r An interesting class In the handicrafts' department Is r u MISS .MAJULYN JOUO-' REY, 15, who won first prize for her wool plaid jumper , at the Central Canada Exhibition. She is wearing a. plaid 'shirtwaist dress, one of her prize-winning entries .from last year. We pamper our Strained iroods. Just for your baby. Just for you. Outrageously. . , , ; Hnz also prepares 2 other . After Heinz containers are . - foods for baby: five excellent sealed they are heated to ensure cereals and over 50 Junior - complete sterilization. ' Foods (for babies 10 to 24 .,7 . ;. The inside of every rontaineif- months). - - - is given the proper lining needed f Like our strained foods, they . - to protect the flavour. We don't simply pour our baby food through a sieve. We take No lumps. Ever. We add a little broth to our meats - after we trim away all excess fat ' . " t And our fruit and vegetables are grown from seeds we select ' r" All these extra things we da are as genue, as numuous as care can make them. ' ' :".; Youll find a complete line in U r, the time to strain it thoroughly. , the baby food section of stores .V ' j ; right across Canada. U fl T U !:. , 'HEINZ BABYFOdbs'KvlT; , that . for articles over 73 years old. The first prize winner this year Is a 90-year-old pineapple pattern . quilt owned by Mrs. Evelyn Mer-ritt of 744 Chapman Boulevard, It was made by her mother-in-law's suiter, Mrs. . Eoline (Kierstead) Flewellyng for her trousseau. In Moes Glen, King's County, NB. Mrs. Merritt says the quilt was la use until it came into her possession five years ago. She gave It Its first washing, and now keeps it ' as aa antique. : Pays: Off A mother who' likes to sew . has been the incentive (or Miss Marilyn Joudrey, who at U. makes all her own clothes and consistently wins prizes at the Central Canada Exhibition. . . . v This year is ne exception, although, as Marilyn says. "1 was only able to enter ooe thing tins Summer due to lack of. time." Her entry was a. wool plaid Jumper which woa rst prize ta its category for. high school girls. I Marilyn has been entering the exhibition handicraft competitions since grade six. During those. years she rang up total of eight entries and eight prizes. -During the Summer, Marilyn has-attended sewing classes where she made blue wool flannel suit with blue paid Jacket. On Tuesday l ... : - ww1 32 THE OTTAWA JOURNAL WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 19. 194 AT THE 'EX' Says Gov't Has Agreed to New 'Housing Deal , TORONTO (CP) The Tele- -gram says the federal govern-1 meat is reported to have s greed to finance N per cent of all future puNte bousing develop-! menu kvOntario. ; J The story says sources at Queen's Park indicated that under the agreement the provincial bousing corporation, established by the Ontario govera- DMOt April H, wiu swnrauici the funds. The no will nermlt the fauing houses and In nuklu rental hoi ling eotporatlon purchase of ex- allow people isine schemes In transfer to ourcJuue olans as their income rises, the story ' as finale to the course, she , was able to model her suit In .a competition tor New York vacation. First Stop tor AU ; n Teens and Twenty's ef ---r?" i'T' i a. 'x :r.I ,S mi, - - ...fr.. ni .T ...-. r-'- ''t-'r' V i f ' . COPPER MURAL TAKES PRIZE v .. - Mrs. R. J. Penney of Kingston, at left, judge . of the Exhibition handicrafts, and Mrs. Bruce Dawson, supervisor, place the first prize ribbon on one of the . copper entries, during Tuesday's judging. . The winning' article is the work of Mrs. Marcel Tremblay. (Journal Pfcole br Domtntaa WI4) ' . WOOL GATHERING sheep have placed that country South Africa's tt.Mf wool fifth among wool producing na-farmers-: and their , U.oN.OW tlons. . . ; '' L llBFF Hill ( ) - rl:,y; I Xrr r-r 'O it ' Slims ' Shorts . V Skirts Swim Suits r BLOUSES A group 'of Blouses I 'and -Tops. .'.'-' ' QQ I NorsaallyMTJS lOCJ SALES FINAL ; 79 Bask Street and Carlisgwood Plaza Going Back to School or College Ogflry'g "Young Tempo" (hop ha been designed for you and you alone, and feature! the finest by young look manufacturers such as JUMIORITE, BOBBY BROOKSMISTKR "O". HIGHLAND QUEEN, CASUAL MISS, LEBERO and others ; . . We Invite you to see the new and ex. citing creations 'styled with the "Young Tempo" look and now being displayed In our "Young Tempo" -- shop. V '-..'."'j From iimiorite . . . 7 . an exceptionally versatile group of coordinates In herringbone tweed. Here '. Kathryn Is wearing a sheath skirt ' with slant pockets and a long sleera blouse In pink with detachable ruffles. The navy suedene wesklt with shiny metal buttons and chain add a sport ing touch. An outfit in Itself, Kathryn has topped this ensemble with a ' matching jacket which may be but-toned high for a two-piece look. . Junlorlte also offers pleated A-llne skirts, slims and Jumpers to match. In Nay CsUy t Blouse 655 . Skirt 1Z95 ; Weskit855 Jacket 1955 r Sties S M IS N Dotft Miss It ... . Ogflvy's "Yocng Tecpo" Portion of Goni:AtJsmson,8'v!;:-::i'- SHOWBIH CM, 11$ to 430 : 's f Monday to Friday, ,". , . make sure' your dial is set at CFRA at 4.1S '. . . near the latest htt records and Campus . I newt with Cord Atkinson . . . brought to yon I by Ogilvy's "Young Tempo Shop. W m m m m m m mPm m ' aJ 7f ' Kathryn Kirk Rideau High School :: . . Seventeen - year - old Xathryn is a student at V Rideau High School. She Is heading toward a career m nursing. Sports take a prominent spot in Kathryn's spare time: although she lists baby ; sitting and studying a& hobbles. Kathryn Is the representative for Rideau Hlgfr School on CFRAY ' Campus Club. . ' ; ' ' : THE "YOUNG TEMPO" SHOP, SECOND FLOOR DOWNTOWN AND AT BILLINGS BRIDGE :. 7 , Thefpodtheyyour baty nowlasUaUfetimt 'H: V-. ::V. t

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