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4 ' A Back to School SHOES 1 Area UCW : Are Attending Summer School Approximately 10 women from Ottawa and district' are attending tha Summer school tot United Church Women, being held this weefVtat Mac-donald. College, St. Anne de Btllevue. Delegates from the Presbytarill UCW are C. A. Christie, president, Mrv Hugh Nesbitt. Rev. George Goth, of London. Ont., it thei them speaker".-'-- , .' .-,;..... Mrs. S. Ralph Collins of Ot- 9 Ottawa MVS.,,, an m m i w 'w m w w w m innf . -- . 1 oar 2i. iuijJ 30 THE OTTAWA JOURNAL IfRlDAY. AUO06 ANN. Dsar Ann: I am, woman almost SO anil I am tired, tired, lired. My two daughters ktep me on the brink ( total exhaustion. Last week 1 had their live children at my house over the weekend. The girls and their husbands went off to play duplicate bridge. The thiee-year-old got inio the kitchen cabinet and cut himself with a butcher knife. 1 had to ruth him to tbe boipiial for Hitches. Tha, ..seven-year-old fell down, the stairs and railed a Hump on his head the site of a tomato. . The others fought with each other constantly. At least four nights a week 1 am asked to sit with either one set of grandchildren or the other. When my daughters entertain they expect me to bake rolls md cakes and pies. I am never invited to their homes as a guest. It's either Come to sit . . - or , t-ome to cook and bake." i My .husband gets furious riih me because I am an easy mark. What tcan a mother sav? -HELP NEEDED. . . Dear Needed: A mother can say, "Yeur kids are YOUR responsibility, fust as you were mine. Please don't Invite me M yeur hemes te do your cocking or baking er te alt wfrth your children. When I want la- do something far yea I will let yen knew. Than yaw Very, much.' ; J- , i - Dear Ann Landers' A a general rule, your "solutions" to pmblems are fairly harmless, but recently you invaded the field of medical, diagnosis and here is where 1 draw the line. You told a woman to b patient with her hyper thy-raid" husband and to help him direct his enormous'1 energy into useful and productive channels. ' . Did you receive reading . 1 LOOK LEANER ' Scallops In the sunlight-sole detail on a dress in which you'll cast a leaned shadow. Sew it in eyelet, rayon, pique, surah, linen, ' Printed Pattern 4956V Half site 124. UH. 18fc. 18a. 20 Vi, 22. Size 16!4 requires 4 yards 3S-lnch fabric. . . , 4 FIFTY CENTS 50c) m coin (no stamps, please) for this pattern. Ontario residents add 2c tales tax. Print , plainly SIZE. NAME, ADDRESS, STYLE NUMBER, i Send order to ANNE ADAMS, cart of The Ottawa Journal Reader Mail Ltd., 60 Front Street West, Toronto 2, Ont. NEW! 300 sparkling designs, live exciting fashion and fabric feature plus coupon for ONE FREE PATTERN any one you choose! Send for - new Fall-Winter Pattern Catalogue. 50c AUGUST FUR SALE YAi h n i; TAIUIftffl TtMlfm . BUY YOUR BACK-TO-SCHOOL r SUPPLIES AND , ,"''HRCE-IT" . 3 U.JlT PLANS! Of .ANSI LANDERS Grandma Is Tired Being a Sitter of his metabolism. Ann Landers? How do you know whether or not the woman's husband ft hyper thyroid? Do you practise psychiatry, too? If so, did it occur to you that the man might be a maniac depressive? This disease is characterized by hyper activity nrwrne cases. . I suggest you stick to love OPEN TONIGHT S3 Friday Night Shoppers ' DINNER !. SPECIAi y KEP.FMEO , ,'" FILLET OF SOLE Fresh. (Uvourful. POlat of Sole,' Lemon Wedge, Crttp ' Coleslaw. -Creamy Whipped i Potatoes, Koll, . . njj'gt Butter and Beverage. CHICKEN POT PIE " Piping Hot,, with Fresh Pastry Crust, Green Peat, French Fried Potatoes, Roll, ' Butter and .. rw Beverage. lO" ; T; N ", asnvin mow set to s.m .P.M. IN THI -HORN OF M.t.vrr rAriTUM", DOWNSTAlna, DOWNTOWN STOBK ONLY , . Offer For One Week Only Gummed LABELS Usually 300 for MS 500 a LABELS ;-' jgZ -FOR JJ 1 ". . your name and aearwa In blue print m while. I - - a maximum ItaM. , .. Meet 'far the student.. , , ', mark jrour Books, envelops, records llterallv hundreds at - ' , uses. Oet ymtr new . '. . thta ween . . . while this tpactal ollr lute. " ' : ' f f- S . ., ;.r:,.v; BMOPPINO tBBVICt. stiKZia rtooa, , , ' DOWNTOWN Stoat . ONt.T . . -t - lorn problems and leave the . medical diagnoses to tbe physicians. PORTLAND. Dear Portland: I as net practice medicine er psychiatry. I seed tkeusaads af W pte la physicians and psyepia Irlsts every month. , My me of the ward 'hyper thyroid" was net a diagnosis, ' Continuing Tonight and Saturday Ladies' Better Quality Incomplete Sizes Reduced Prom Regular Ref. 15.5 to 21.9S . . . Black, Brown and Blue In tues SVs to Shoe for walking with Cuban heelt . . , for . , u dreat wear with IDunon and high -: heel . . . In Suedes, PttenU and Smooth leathers. NO PHONE OR MAIL ORDERS, PLEASE - NO EXCHANGES .... , . LADIES' SHOE SALON, THIRD FLOOR, DOWNTOWN STORE ONLY Tonight' and Saturday .. Your Last , Chance w oavv on th ausittjr ou will I amwsaisieiy rcflniz the HvllIM MM MI, hot rather word employed te describe tha man's aersea-nlliy. When I say t persaa haa Ice water In his veins I am set suggesting that I aav sews a blend test. " Recently I told a woman she had a cash register instead of a heart. I heard from no cardiac specialists who took this as a literal trans ition. 1 appreciate your letter, however, and hope that your note, it back in Joint. (And I hope the last sentence does not produce any complaints from nose specialists.) COOL OFF For a .Summer treat, 'try lemon, sherbet with chilled canned apple sauce. . UNTIL DOVNTOWN 236-4311 , r BILLINGS . BRIDGE 236-3681 r- WEST END 236-4662 ale! Fall ; SHOES Stock . all branded lines Children's pair, atack and Brown , Reg, ' Oxfords for boys er airls ... " a m , arown le sod airsa anil also Psicnl Slrsns for - gjg alrle. 84aa small m ' tx'", to tors 9, tout not vrr ' mam In each style er sotour., .'-'' ' NO PHONE ORDERS PLEASE. . . CM1LDHEN! SHOES, THIRD FLOOR, . DOWNTOWN, BILLINGS BRIDGE AND WEST END STORES tawa is conducting the Bible Study. .. . j Chairman of the planning committee for the Summer ' school is Mrs. Sherwood Wil-' son. '.- : ' j' Mrs. J. K. Bradley is the business manager. . NEW BLOUSE-SUP The newest for little girls: the blouse slip. The creation is a knit jumper with a three-quarter sleeve blouse that continues on to become a .petticoat. The-ruffle of the petticoat sticks out at th hem of the lumper. The waist of the jumper is elasti- cized so th little miss tn't have to fuss with p worry about losing it. bek- - GLAND SIZE BALTIMORE The human tear grand, lachrymal, is about the sue of an almond. : ' Auttratia and Vancouver ar linked by two cables. STOP TARNISH If you wish to prevent exterior copper articles from tarnishing, polioh them wi- and then wipe down with Weav ttne. 'Ate-1 m two of clear lacajoar. -v from the first moment to the , final hour, assurance and understanding T, FUNEHAlTtolllCTOIS 315 Mcleod k 233 J 143 .1098 Byron Ave. ; 72Vt761 iBtHwmm Sank an OfoniMtri ttutmm Vm1risfif ffifMl wtmiAnm t PMaiA day Saturday" ALL WOOL TTK TTIN TT i -rrm r mdv; .i". -V for School, College or Career ' '.'ZjiN' ' ' .. f it, i young fashions for school or campus . . , or for th offic too! 'aaV""; ' . . , . : " Her It an excellent opportunity, to enlarge or start on a fin - ' V;; 1 i. ' ! I . i back-to-tchool wardrobe. You'll find dresses fashioned from first- ' r " " '; : quality Wool Yarns in Crepe Suxetta or Doubt Knits . . and In : . ' ' i.Vv ) such vivid fashion shades al Blue, Brown, Black and Red, Th v - ". v ' ' .. group" Include sizes 10 to U. Th Jumpers? Really a hvoirit. yr ' . ' :.v ' 14 1 r ., after year . ; , perfect with blouses, sweaters or Jersey .. amaxtly . . , . ' .' styled of Double Knit Wool with a round neckline and pleated , v , ; - bottom. Th Jumper com in Black, Grey or Red, In tiza ft to ). ; ' DRESSES, SECOND VlOOR, DOWNTOWN, AND AT , . ' BILLINGS BRIDGE AND WEST END STORES . r i " t ' i - . 1U lwsWAmIi .nsa.'.