The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa,  on August 24, 1964 · Page 25
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Ottawa, Canada
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Monday, August 24, 1964
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V' ... IV - .:.-.-rS h I . -f. EXIIAM GIBSON ', Miss Beth-Anne Louise Gibson and Rev. Kenah Edgar' Arthur Exham, B. Ed.. L. Th.. were united in marriage on Saturday, Aug. 8 in the Church of St. A! ban the Martyr. Rt Rev. T. Greenwood officiated and. Canon C. L. G. Bruce was celebrant A short address was given by Rev. David Jones. Mrs. Elaine ffolllott was matron of honor and brides- . maids were Miss Nancy Gibson and Miss Heather Johnston, cousins of the bride. Miss Sheila Warren, goddaughter of the : bridej was dower girl. -. ''.' The bride , wore art imported gown of gardenia, white silk, taffeta. The crown, holding her veil, was adorned witn orange blossoms her mother wore thirty-two years ago. .The bride carried a white prayer book with I spray of roses. Bridesmaids wore yellow peau-de-soie frocks- and carried ' jieui and "yellow cascades. The flower, girt wat In white dotted Swiss over yellow and carried a basket of yellow". .petals;..;...-' , i:-;- ' .'.':.';', , . . . On their return' from a honeymoon trip to Quebec City, the couple will take up residence in 5L Paul's Rectory, Dawson City. Yukon.' -."r,- T SHE MEEDS TO KNOW MONTREAL (CP) "What V the. young girl needs to know today is not, so much how to cook and sew, but how to buy ... already manufactured products , wisely." says Prof. Helen Neil-' son, one of four Quebec women named! to the Federal Advisory Council of Consumers. "It is a . question of education Bow more than erer, aa the language of technology becomes more a n d more complex." . ,--r - I TREBLE FOR TOPLESS . RUDDINGTON. England (CP) j Women jtrtvers who wear lop- less dresses are being offered treble be Usual number of trmd-V tng stamps by a gas station In '.' this Nottinghamshire town. L First in Fashion by the yard! ; b' THE ' Textile Centre j47lrtKt)uk(Hilifl.)l(un Jfaal SW Ml Bmw anraUaft 771-1213 T SJJsjjstjsW .-. OHna, Id mi km -Brides (Wft Nr 1964 lIH U t. . Retailers of Fine ; . fi . - , Ladies Wear u 149151 BANK STREET ' C - 233-8456 ' . SrtMti Stem aa Laarter ' m la ) rl rnrr anH wrt.t !- ?"." I wa M r" " twmt wfrUi. mmm UMtot wt " term iw ana tun awt of . tax. Mmttaa r attrnxi tllrfM, MMM lOS . s ,' QUEEN'S PRIZE . Ft EE T. England (CP) Wendy Ockmore. 18. Carnival Queen of this Hampshire town, bought a raffle ticket- the day she won the title. She also won the raffle free advice from a beauty expert. 1TX!j?LX Buffet Reg. $140. Special tor Ex. - (" A H i. kjnnai.y ay a ")F'T THE OTTAWA JOURNAL MONDAY, .AUGUST 24, 1W4 23 Engagements Miller Youne Mr. and Mrs. John Eidbn Miller, of Manotick,- ' announce the engagement of their daughter, Linda Grace, to George Robert Young, ton otMr. and Mrs. George Young of Ottawa. Marriage to lake place at Manotick United Church, Saturday, Sept. 5. 1964. LADIES' DAY FASHION SHOW at the "Ex" Holland Bryden Mr. and Mrs. Lewis S. Rolland announce the engagement of their daughter. Mary Alice, to Mr. David Joseph Bryden son of Mr. and Mn. Joseph E. Bryden of Framing-ham, Jtfass. Tlie marriage has been, arranged to take place on Sail relay. August 29 in St. Kevin's Church. Montreal. 7 I' f-Vo i 1 Vr Caplan'sX '. '1 " 1 M. TV : f to the I. . . . fcaiaaaJ, JOHNSTON MURRAY The marriage of Marian Murray and Sub. Lieut Robert Charles Johnston, took place on August IS in St. Stephen's . Presbyterian Church, the Reverend George H. Sparks officiating. . The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George S. Murray and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Cliffotd Johnston. The bride, who was given away by 'her father, was attended by her sisters. Miss Joan Murray as maid of honor, Miss Barbara Murray as bridesmaid and Miss Cathy Murray as junior bridesmaid. Mr. John G. Basaett, brother of the bridegroom, was best man and FO Stewart Esdale and Sub Lieut. Ronald G. May acted as usher. , .' An honor guard was formed by Sub.-Lieuts. Jim Powell. Peter Mace, Don McNeil. Mike Miller, M- Loub.i Bruce Richardson. Following a reception at the Laurentian Club. Sub. Lieut. and Mrs. Johnston left for Halifax yuhere they Vlll reside." 4c Weddings Nichols Wevill ' Miss Hilary Jean Wevill, daughter of Mr. George F.-Wevill, was married to Mr. Charles Ronald Bruce Nichols on Saturday, Aug. 22 in St Matthias Anglican Church. The ' bridegroom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Nichols. Canon C. H. Roach officiated and wedding music was provided by Mrs. tlsa Pohl. organist, who accompanied Miss Joyce Bowen. soloist and the church choir.' Mr. Wevill gave his daughter in marriage. Her Boor length gown of white satapeau was fashioned1 with fitted bodice, hlypoint sleeves snd sheath skirt. A long matching train lined; with silk net felt from her shoulders. Embroidered roses trimmed the neckline and waistline. Her; scalloped silk illusion veil was-shoulder length and held with a matching headdress of hand made roses.' She wore a three- strand necklace of her late mother's pearls, and carried a crescent bouquet- of goldilocks (loribunda roses, white hyacinth bells and yellow carnations. Mrs. Glenn Wall; matron of honor, was in a street length dress of avocado green peau-de-soie having slightly belied skirt and detachable chiffon panel, falling from the ' shoulders. Her headdress was of matching material and the carried a bouquet of yellow gladioli. Mr. Gordon Neville Nichols attended his brother as best man and guests were ushered by Mr. James Nichols, cousin of the bridegroom and Mr. Chris Wevill. brother of the bride. ' Following a reception at the Sam Pan Restaurant, the couple left for a honeymoon trip to the Laurentiana. On their return they will reside at 265 Reynolds SL, OakviUe, Out. . . . The bride, a kindergarten teacher, is a graduate of Ottawa Teachers' College and the bridegroom, a registered technologist at OakviUe Trafalgar Hospital, is a gradual in medical technology at Ottawa General Hospital. McLeniran Bolduc Miss Aridree Bolduc. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rene Bolduc. was married on Saturday, August 15, to Edward Petef McLennan, in Sacred Heart Church. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Mclenrian. Father Charles Bolduc, uncle of the bride, performed the cere- ... mi,i m... nmvliUI Kv Mr. Paul , Larose. organist and Mrs. Roland Gagne, soloist. The bride wa attended by Mrs. Edouard Gagnon. : ' Mr. Frederick McLennan Jr. was! best man and. ' attests were ushered bv Mr. James Molr and Mr. Charles Bolduc, brother of the bride. Following a reception, the couple left on a honeymoon trio to the Pocono Mountains, Penn. Mr. And Mrs. McLennan will reside in Ottawa. '.fisher Acres On Saturday, Aug. 22, at 3 p.m. IK Trinity Anglican Church, Ottawa. Canon W. H. Bradley officiated at the 4narriage of Pauline Florence Acres; eldest daughter of -Mr. and Mrs. J. Arnold Acres of Ottawa, and George Alexander Fisher, son of Mr. andMrs. John . Harrison, of MerrickviUe, OnL . . aatastnirau ana waaiat iiuhhiwwiIi aaa'i- - anrtt mt waainsi aiaT a trra mm lh SwrUI Pcri i ic prr ta FMamKliI k a.m.M-a at tsaa pmt Ingi cAlHMa mm tal" la aik Hfe n U n wmSs tr raia n&ftrr a4r tmm a(Mr aa ' Sli.aa t'T anakirmltiaia aa ta 1" M arirtk Hk ' m i wit ! tramimf mmUt mmmri IrtHr. lalMrni-IM mm ralrs fnt aaflMul Splk ff wnf4aa. mlemam rau MbakUlejr rHH Uaaa, IH-Hll, IIMM 11L ' SASLOVE FURniTUHE Proudly Presents . . . ITALIAN PROVINCIAL "ROMANESQUE" -''"'IP Lxrsr ( : 1 $ii9 OPEM RDAT IICHI TU 9.00 OWI 1 At Our Booth. MANUFACTURE? BLDO, OTTAWA EXHIBITION SASLOVE FURNITURE 4190 Wellington Street (at Parkdale) '1 mmm i ' tsjuatt.q'.i sj.iia'i i' 4 Chairs. Oval Table. China Cabinet, in gv 1 1 irrwawara auKSMReaassf classic Fruitwood. 4M4t . 1 i ...... M. M. I Reg. $49JJ0. Ex. price . twig s vr vurui rug iiu riui iim 729-6181 t-ad lat-jtjm aa. aC a'iaUaLd(r STINSOX SANDERSON On Saturday, Aug, I, in SL Anne's Church,' Oxfoid Station, Joan Eleanor Ruth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Sanderson, Oxford Station, was united in marriage to David Grenville Stinson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Grenville Stinson of Ottawa. Mrs. Stinson is a graduate of Ottawa Teachers' College and Mr. ' Stinson is a graduate of Carlelon University. - EAR PIERCER Includes Men Among Clients London's Jeweiry , Information Centre is busy passing out names of ear-pierc- , e-s. Not all of the inquiries come from women. A leading ear-piercing expert re- ports that he numbers many men among his clients, including plane pilots and' sailors. ' Some fishermen also wear earrings, as, do male gypsies. New interest in piercing the lobes nas been traced to a, revival of heirloom jewelr heavy blobs of stone aid metal looking like a steal from the crown jewels. The wearer of th real crown jeweis. Queen Elira- ' beth, already ha pierced ears. Cyril Wilkinson, an ear piercer from "way back, has operated on royal patrons commoners as young as etgnt weeks, aa old as 84. .. STTE MAPPING- WASHINGTON Only two states Massachusetts and Rhode Island, are considered adequately mapped, according to Lhe U.S. Geological Survey. V t V; r i Luau Party Is Planned By Yacht lub Mrs. Alex WXlie, social chairman at the Gatineau River Yacht Club.' has an-f '. nounced plans for a luau : party to by held at the club- ' house next Saturday at 7.30 i p.m. ' t Held in conjunction with ' the lub's first national 420 : recratta and attended by members and their .guests. the party will follow a Hawaiian theme. Serving on the ' social committee with Mrs. Wylie are Mrs. Irene Lester. Mrs. A. B Fraser-Harriai Mrs. J. ' AV Richens and MrsV T. E. - Jackson. COMWG EVENTS A free film program "Canada in Colour." (This week's program: Films on Canada's North), presented in the National Museum's lecture ball, Mondays to Fridays at 2 3& Wednesday evening at 7.30. Presented by the National Museum and the National Film Board. 1 - 1 v J.- mlt.- i lJ,''.-,..1' MB..' k "av ' r T V :-iJl- ir I ' , f " 'i i l 'TTsiSPW' . : 1 3 ; - 1 w 1 -- 1 r 5 v-: 1 , ''tv:Cv;;;i mmUtkmitMAmt iiiasal 1 mmmmimmimmi;.mi 1 .Vfl aWK 1 . ii'iliisiigiiiiaVsiisssW 4 1 "FLIGHT into FASHION" featuring Kahn Tineta Toby Tarnow Fred Davis Hardly The Way1: To Go After A FASHIONABLE FUR COAT!!! Horn Grandstand,. Tuesday, Aug. 25 2.30 p.m. ADMISSION FREE , Hundreds of Dollars in Prizes "iTttirOTaann m vnw,iaiia m m'l .i. BLUE RIBBON Rcwever, Until You Can Get A Hew One Let us repair your furs now while low of! season rates are In effect and our factory is unhurried . . . or . . . - PROJECT COAT s INTO THE FUTURE WITH A NEW FASHION CHANGE Our. stylists will remove the excess fullness and change collar or sleeve styling. Worn pelts will be repaired too, followed by careful fur cleaning and a new lining to complete the picture. YOU'LL PROBABLY-BE FORGIVEN WHEN YOU POINT WITH PRIDE TO YOUR "NEW" FUR COAT r l.-Yw M far MS la alw snM a tnmtr FUR JACKET: " $59.50 Dvorlun Fur 253 Paldssa Slrttl

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