The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa,  on August 21, 1964 · Page 27
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 27

Ottawa, Canada
Issue Date:
Friday, August 21, 1964
Page 27
Start Free Trial

im w m i FRIDAY, AUGUST 21. 1964 m'P wurni mm if ! iyn i"i n iihhit THE OTTAWA JOURNAL SOCIAL Th Ambassador of Franc and Mm. Bousquet enter-lamed at a luncheon on Thursday honoring Mr. Pierre Baucbet, director of itudies, at th National School of Ad miniftration in Pint. . The Ambaaaador of Argentina and Mrs. Ricardo H . Pueyrredon will entertain at , dinner on Friday evening at j tha Chateau Lauher in honor of the Canadian Ambassador (o Uruguay and Argentina and Mr. Jean Brucheii. ?. . .' . Among thou who have en-tartalned for Miu Anna Wharrie, bride-elect of Saturday, are Mrs. Brian O'Brien at a miscellaneous shower. Miu Anna Groves st s linen .shower, Miu Karen Turner and Miss Ray Heatherington at a kitchen shower, and Mrs. H. S. Hodgins who was host- W SJr and PERSONAL eta at a cup and saucer shower. Arriving from W-of-town to attend the Mitler-Meakin wedding ori Saturday art Mr. and Mrs. William Budd, Mr, William CJose and Mr. Dennis Vollmershausen, all of Woodstock. Ont.; Miss Doris Neuman, Peterborough; Miss Clara Schemer, Bella Coola, BC; and Rev1. Allan Meakin and Mrs. Meakin, of Grande Prairie. Alta. Mrs. Bert Wasmund and Miss Helen Guu entertained at.a miscellaneous ahower for Miss Audrey Wooff, a bride-elect of tomorrqw. ,,m , Mrs. P. A. Stanton has returned from the national convention 'of the Daughter of Isabella which took place in Washington; DC. v Mrl and Mrs. J A. Bowen entertained at a coffee party at their home following rehearsal for Jhe Earner-Webster wedding which takes place this evening. Miss Lorraine LeBlanc and Mr. .Claude Lamoureux. whoemarrwge will take place on Saturday, Sept. S, were entertained at a party given by Mr. Louis Lamouleux af the Gatineau Mills Canadian Legion. - Guests from London. Ont., who will attend the Monro-Affleck wedding on Saturday are Mr. and Mrs. Leonard uJohnaon. Mr, Peter. Johnson, Mr. Stephen Johnson Mr. Neil Johnson and Mr. James Courtney. " ' ' i '. Here from out-of-town as guests attending the Pratt' NOTES Allen wedding were Miss Msrjorie Bain, of Toronto; Mr. and Mrs, C. J. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Smith, Mr. snd Mrs. Roy Reid, sccom-psnied by their daughter. Miss Karen Reid, all of Smiths Falls, snd Miss Christens Frirell, North Cower. , r ... Guests from out-of-town who will attend the Nichols-Wevill wedding tomorrow include Miss "Barbara Bowden of Montreal; Mr. and Mrs. Warren Labrie. Mrs. Alsn Muirhesd and Mr. Go r d o n Nichols, all of Toronto; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Smedley. Cornwall; Mr. and 'Mrs. Robert NichoHs, London. Ont.: snd Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Neville. Delson. Que. 'Miss Marilyn Pelrie, whose marriage to Mr. Donald Preston takes place on Saturday, has been, entertained by Mrs. Jean Potter, Mrs.. Alec. Lsverie, Mrs. Grace Sim. and by Mrs. Rae Lyons at her home in Renfrew. The bride-elect was honored Jointly by Mrs. Howard Henry and Mrs. William Davidson at tha Davidson'a Summer dome st Portlsnd-on-the-Ridesu. Mrs. M. A. Ferru. who celebrates her ninetieth birtn day today, will be vis.ted by members of her immediate family, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Ferris, Mr. and Mrs. V J. Ferru and Mrs. Anna Maxwell, as well as grandchildren, great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren. Among the out of - town guests who will sttend the Robinson Coghlan wedding 'tomorrow are Mr. 'Norbert Welch, of Kitchener: Mr. snd Mrs. William Neville. Montreal; Mr. Brian Turner, Mr. and Mrs. Linus Coghlan, and Mr.jnd Mrs. Donald Lorimer, all of Toronto. j. J jZZZf ' '' i V . . 'Here are mattiwwes thai meet all thote , 1- I'-'lx j i' ' " i ' ' ",: 1 - - k luxurious fraturr normally found in mat- 58 ! ! ' "s I i J-Jtifm ii i ' ' trewes cwlmp IIS to $20 more. Beerley BS i i ! matlmwea renowned throughout , H2 ! I QFlflftTIl XftD Canada ... ith firm conrtruction, fin 3g i5 ' - wlliUU I II ' I VI ; '. 1ii'i1l'J.iMYI Wi J. imported tirkins. Monry't not for at- CONSTRUCTION Ill'MWll'f J 'JMM' 7 ing, so h) more. Ne now, today, iff UP -jLwlr niimMViHi- V -: - 1 - .- : mm 'TO!' V YOU PAY ONLY f ' extra - tlM Q I 0 J M II f PrThumBorHrKSPlartie CVaTXiT - V f FuU Size , f i ' ' Ventilators, PUitic Handjes ; ; ? ; fZ I ' ' : Imported Britnh Ticking fC J I I I Matching Box Spring r5 wN f f 1 111 J I ':.' l"' MlcWng Box Spring 33.8R f ti;- ''y2v '''AVzp' - ' Sale - 7.' M' 1 100 QUILTED I , . A' - YOO PAY ONLY I ' CONSTRUCTION l,l,T-lilb U IrjH.IU .. t , fji :. t- -, mim- 4bJV ft ? , .Mhehiiu - -!tV: -:JW. 40i -1iJ:- '., .n ' Ml VenUlators.PlUcHan.l!es. .... t IJ II 1 I . . i 1 ' 1 'Sgia gfe ' M..cM,,g Box Spring $38.88 t - FURlllTUilE :x lnl APPLIAHCES I V 224 Bank St tl Usgw . 1 UW LiU v 237-1526 , U - - y C s - " V- --v - ' 111 ,v ' ' ' . ' " - ' - ''... v ' wfa WstaiaayaaH' r f Mrs. Lester B. Pearson is shown greeting Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson upon arrival at Camp.ibello, NB. Dignitaries, from both the United Sii'.ej and Canadian govern-mentsi were on hand including' the first ladies for the ded cation of the Roosevelt . Campobello National Park where the late president spent his Summers. i CP-Journal Wtnphotol AT THE 'EX' School Girls to Display Sewing, Cooking Skills By CATHY McVlCAR of The Journal Ottawa school girls will be demonstrating their skills in cooking, sewing snd crafts every afternoon snd evening St the Central Canada inhibition in the H: H. McElroy Building. The afternoon sessions will fun from 1.30 to 3.00 and from 3.30 to 5 p m. The evening demonstrations will be from 7.00 to $ 30 p.m. . The girls "in charge of the Cooking demonstrations will Show how to make such simple items ss chocolate chip cookies, cheese biscuits, peanut butter cookies, lemon squares, easy date squares and Chinese chews. Those sewing will work on dresses, cobbler's aprons. Ghost Goes r To Exhibition; Don't be surprised if you' see s ghost when you visit the Central Canada Exhibition at Lansdowne Park. What you'll really be seeing at the Canadian. Westinghouse exhibit is an optical illusion. The mysterious young lady who appears and disappears is real enough. Her name it Madeleine Saraiin, and she lives in Hull. And sKe's quite able to control her appear-ances and disappearances by simply turning an electronic dial. I The illusion is an updating of a gimmick that's more than 100 years old. In tha IBM's, looking for a ghostly illusion for such dramatisations as Charles Dickens"; "The Haunted Man," theatrical producers used a trick invented by a Professor Pepper. . Tha illusion was based on the well-known fact that a sheet of glass will reflect an Image as well as permit k viewer to see through it.) "Ghost shows" using Professor Pepper's equipment be.-, came popular at English country fairs. .:.;'-. The ghostly Msdelaine performs behind a series of three booths which are open across tha front Electric controls ad-hist the amount of light . focussed on her and on the TV or stereo set, se that intensifying the light on one part of the Image reduces it on the other. Therefore. Made-laine tan . make herself appear, disappear, even super-Impose her tniege on top of that of a TV or stereo set. HOLT RENFREW la. 1. 1 Ueel b tht iiirintM . . . ikM r H. I'l awieih RfwtiliN. CmioYs Mai farrier In $nr US itm. . ' tt Queen Street 4 J. k.'' e J t r P i mmr" V-.- 0 I aWaW$akWaaaaaWaaWlaWlesai'--'' ' A$Ja1eaWaMHaBMM1 I FIRST LADIES MEET nvrn mitts, blouses and skirts. . Those demonstrating crafts will show how . to knit, rrochet, embroider and do needlepoint. Weaving will be demon xtrated every day between 5.13 and 6 IS by two Lisgdr Collegiate girls, Carolyn Ssikaley and Nancy Hudson. The judging of the tional Exhibits wss completed by Thursday, evening. 1 During the day classes of takes, cookies, squares, muf- , tin. candy and canned goods J were judged. "Many entries had to be disqualified," said Mrs. L. S. Collett. one of the three judge 'on duty. "For instance, if squares are iced snd the instructions specifically aay " 'not iced." then the entry is disqualified.' " Some girls )ust make their favorite recipe snd then enter it in the wrong class, she wid. m which case their entry must be eliminsted.!. Judges Mrs. W. G. Blair and Mrs. M. M. Tierney agreed that flavor is the mo important consideration, then appearance snd texture. Engagements WUoon Junes .. .. Mr. William Thomas Wilson, of Hampitead, announces the approaching marriage of his daughter, Marion Martha, to Mr. Dennis Edwin Jones, son of Mr, and Mrs. Albeit William Jones, of Ottawa, which has been arranged to take place on Saturday, Sept. 9, in the Lakesbore Unitarian Church. Pointe Claire. . . Telephone 235 3355 J unior- isticates Soph in New Fall Textures , , Glowing Fall Colours v ' ., With Clever New Accents ' Clever accents, certainly for instance, the mock reptile belt and buttons on the dress of our sketch. It's in doable knit wool, shades of red, blue, green, brown and black and sizes 7 to 13 -in the group; -at $30. ' Other new Junior dresses in Jersey, silky knlU.-etc., sizes 7 to 15. at " $25 to $35 fashion toot i- Th Second

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 8,600+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free