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August 21, 1964

The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 29

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- FRIDAY, AUOUffT 21, 1064 Journal Family of the IM rruc, Wiplnt X MMt Marilyn Petrie Honored at Tea A trousseau tea was held by' Mrs. Stanley Petri at her homii In honor of her daughter. Miss Marilyn i Petri, who will wed Mr. . ' Donald Preston on Saturday. Receiving guests with Mrs; , Petrie and her daughter was Mrs. Daniel Preston, of Ren- ! frew, mother of the bride-elect ( flanc. V i. pouring tea were Mrs. Jean i Potstr, Mrs. John Goebbels, Mrs. Ronald Lsfflcf, Mrs. .' Grac Sin and Mr. J. W. ! Pushman, . ( i Assisting went Miss Joan Potaer, Miss Sue Las floor. Mis Marilyn Kealey. Mrs. Kenneth Sinclair, Mrs. Patrick Kelly and Mrs. Walter Splunagel. - 1 1 : Birthday Club AUGUST V ; Kathleen Daniel, age I Anita Logwood, age I . Clifford Charles Robinson, age 9 Tits Journml, Btrthdat 'dttor, ' OtUwa, OnU rUatt tnrott mt in TXt Journal Birthday Club. ia b years old OH .... . T addrf . I PLEASE PRINT NAME (to.' Matt: ThMt um win not k mteauuulir carrtoa form JMT by yar. Thy win b carrto nly wtMa ipm m am h wa in ma- H,. 1 Jat InH bm mini Ss.cauaraa 11 sa roaasr- i RESTORE SPARKLE I Rhinestone button and buckle will sparkle If soaked 1 1 in liquid detergent for about IS pilnutes and then rubbed with a flannel cloth. I..rp.1. RHEUMATIC. r ARTHRITIC? Da m kwnj tec ratiwi he" the oT of rtMemaUe and arthrttle paint Thoaaand net apt-ay raM hw t- suHerina e astiHI T-R-C Deal tat dull achsa and atabWnf paHnt twndicaa jou any tonot. Try iM at drug aeswtere evtsywhera- ;. .n..i.,nc.hm.ii susarnw us s-Ttvf OUm, IbI mJ Am Irkks Oufrl IW 1964 .... im mrff .SriSt writ etrtat ItM. fm mm milJm IKS. S, " .V W ; With Mr H. A. Chfistle, school inspector for the Ottawa School Board, and Mrs. Christie in th living room of their home at 629 Bathurst Avenue arc their ton and daughter. Philip. 13, enter Grade 10 at Hill-crest High School in September, and Anne,-nine, will be a Grade Six student at Riverview Public School. mm mm : It')', j i'5iik-;- .00 Week 3. TV. 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' FURNTTURE, HOME FURNISHINGS BUILDING, DOWNTOWN, AND AT BILLINGS BRIDGE ' : ' AND WEST END STORES mklei CaUw JLtiUted DEAR HELOISEi Here is a hint that is well worth the time it taket Takt two crib sheets and tew them together like a pillow case and slip it over the crib mattress. Baby cannot get the sheet around and over his head. My daughter ' found this very helpful with her baby. Mrs. A. J. McMullea DEAR HELOISE: Even with the modern k nchen equipment. I still like to use my hand-beatet occasionally. But, as you know, beating anything in a bowl will caute splashes. ' " I solved this problem by taking a plastic bowl cover large enough to fit Over the bowl, making a hole in the centre, and inserting the bearer. The elastic around the edge ol the cover .will kee( it in place and you can beat away with no more, splashej. 1 Harriet Wilson DEAR HELOISE: A short cut to clean and really gleaming crystal chandeliers and crystal candlesticks with prisms (usually so time -consuming to clean), is to unhook each piece and put them carefully . In the automatic dishwasher in the basket where the table silver goes. I've tried this and will never wash prisms any other way. . Mrs. Stuart J. Goldberg ' Or, ' wrap teardrop pieces carefully in nylon net and place' in' the d,ishwather. This will prevent the prlsmt bouncing out of the basket or rubbing agamst each other and scratching or. chipping. Heioise 0 DEAR HELOISEi I hope 1 am not too late in answering about thrunken draperies. A few months ago a friend gave me four pair ol -draperies which. she could not use because they had shrunk and were too short for her windows. I made cafe curtains out of them and when my friend saw them the wished she had thought ol that idea. But I'm glad she didn't! Maybe this idea will help others. . . , Reaena . . DEAR HELOISE: 1 always felt it was a waste to throw out small pieces of toap. I made a pocket of a thin sponge by folding it over. sewed it with a needle and i thread around two sides (use a square or oblong sponge), and slipped small pieces of ' soap into the pocket. It it a handy bath sire and always easy to use and get a grip on. We never have to hunt for toap in our tub. Martha P. Tlgner DEAR HELOISE: Mothers and homemakers will enjoy this helpful hint When making divinity candy for home, or for candy sales at bazaars, etc. - J OTTAWA j VJT as nut .te KkUaaw Osi. ssrtek, MrtUN Tr sMV mmmrm. if if 1r , i truly the fashion for Fan ; V . three-piece Double and Textured Wool Knits that literally speak of elegance and chic : . . each one exquisitely styled for the smart young modern by Butte Knit. Why don't you stop in tonight and look over this exciting collection? You're sure to fall in love with one (if not them all)! Illustrated: From Left to Right' - A. knit for most seasons . . . the . beautifully mannered ensemble. Dashingly double-breasted with slim 'skirt and short sleeved overblouse. Textured wool knit in winter-green. fawn, black, sapphire blue. Size S to 18 :.. 39-95 For easier handling at time ol sale place spoonful of divinity on vanilla walert and decorate each with a.gum-drop! No fust 1 nor mett and very attractive. Sr. M. Celetlile. SMC. Copyright. 19M REMOVES MARK Rub white vinegar on the mark left on drettet when the hem is lowered. Then prett out with a warm iron. POPULAR MADRAS; . 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