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Tuesday, August 25, 1964
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A-" ! " T 1 Tuesday; auoust i .:-.-;j'v;;:'";V..:v.-;'";..'r:'-.'. ': A....k . ... . ' : o , " i - ' - 1 - . ' '. By BRENDA LARGE CHARLOTTETOWN (CP)-. .Members of ' the Catholic Women's League of Canada ; have been advised to take a r searching look at themselves and the work' of their or- : ganlsation. ; . vThe advice came from the Most Rev.. M. A. McEachern,' GENUINE REDUCTIONS :l ON QUALITY FURS ' Chateau Furs UMJTEO ': : : Sntng Otntratiom of . - gatisied CiutomtTt" . AVt Bank . . W-TTW JUNIOR COOKS IN THE KITCHEN - . . Elicabeth Davwa. left, and Joen Woodrooffe ' aemohstrat how to make" frying pan cookies ooay at the Central Canada Exhibition, McElroy Building, Hart they are seen baking in the kitchen at Joan's noma. Both girl attend Corpus Christ! SchooL Young Cooks Skilled at Art ; , . Of Making Fring Pan Cpokies The art of making cookie in a f ryiSg pen will be demonstrated by two girls from Corpus Chris ti School, Tuesday sfurnooa at the Central Canada Exhibition. . fcibition, so can be considered "old hands.": The' recipe which follows 1 a good one for Junior cooks to try. . ' : ' .. FRYING PAN COOKIES ' I sllakthr beataa eea . Joan Woodrooffe and Elite . ' H eo granulated sugar : neth Daviet have made this cap diopped aatee ' 1 red pa at school and In prac-' ' 14 to 14 cup rice erfspiea tice sessions prior to the Ex- . . Pinch of salt . '. '' ; v-' brides -elect AreHonored " Mr. Robert Ferguson entertained at a luaobeon at her bom la honor of Miss Mary - Peterson, bride-elect of Thursday. vr.,5 . ., . r--.-"f '' '- f Hostesses who have enter-' taised la honor of Miss Lynn Ballantyne, whose marriage .take place on Friday, include ' Mis Elisabeth Bratton and Mr. Vernon Bratton, Mrs.. John Peltoo. Mr. Wendell' William. Mr. Edwin Liding-toa and Mist laobal McDiar-mid. , , ' v '. Mrs. j. W.. Lilly and her. .daughter, Mrs. Robert Boyle, entertained at a luncheon ear Monday la honor of Miss Lyna Tllley, bride elect of Saturday. -, vf ' ;',- r.. . "j, '. Mrs. A. C Smart was host-at at a linen shower at her home in honor of Miss Holly Ralph, bride-elect oi Satur-. 'ay. ' - -, e . A kkchen appliances, a n 4 recipe shower wss held at the home of Miss Louise Wilson la honor of Miss Gall Elliott, whose marriage tike place aa, Saturday. ; r . ': t e , . e ' , ' Among the hostesses who' have entertained m honor of Miss Sandra Reynolds, bride' elect of Saturday,-: are Mrs. . Rami' Knight, at a miscellaneous shower at her heme; ; Mrs. Stanley Juvet. el a cup . and saucer shower; Mr. Wli-liam gtrachan, at a mlscel- . Ian sous shower,' and Mr. Bert Dougherty at a kitchen ' ; v: ? . jH . ? : ' ' Mist Pauline Roy, bride-elect of next Saturday, waa . honored at .i miscellaneous shower given by Mrs. Edgar ' Paradia. Pouring tea ware Mrs. Wilfrid Peradis, ; Mas. Yvoa . Brault. Mrs. Henri Broils seen, i M I s s Susanna t Broussesu and Mrs. Dieu-donne Roy,'' mother of the ; bride-elect. . ' ,' : J. Mrs. Robert Mulvsgh entertained at .her home ' in honor of Miss Ceil McF a a I. ' bride-elect of Saturday, Sept II . , . ; -,; ! .,... )...jt J tin. H." Tom; Carson and . .her daughter. Miss fjrica Car-. ton, ware hostemss at a miscellaneous shower held at their Summer home. Burrtlts Rapids, In honor of Mist Valerie Hull, of Portlead. , Ont., whose marriaga will . ' take place on Saturday, Oct. Bishop of CHbrlottetown , Addresses CNrVL Delegates Blsbop of. Charlottotown. as ha spoke at a church service' attended by delegates gather-,lng lof the annual national 'convention. 'V!U; ' ' Calling the CWL members The cresm of Catholio Worn-' en In Canada," he told them: "I hope you will take a good look at yourselves, as the church is doing today, to tee how you can improve your good ,worfcs."', :.j"'",i';V f."' In a printed message of welcome . to the delegates, the bishop ' expressed the hope that the convention would avoid "uselese formalities'' and the "quagmire of ruinous routine." ' . ; ; The DM women will represent the league' 1S0.MM) mem-ben la about 1JW local groups from coast to coast, Amoag the mala topics, scheduled to coma, up at the meeting are CWL projects for later aational to - operation year In IMS and the 100th anniversary of, Canadian Con-federetion in KK. . 4 J THE OTTAWA JOURNAL , 23 SOCIAL and PERSONAL ,?odon ' . The Ambassador of Brazil and Mrs. Sergio Correa da Costa will entertain at the Embasty residence on Monday, Sept. 7.: on tht occatioa of their country's National Day. i j j . , Gueiu at the home of Mr. and Mr. K 0. P. Heeney are their ton and daughter-in-law, Rsv. Dr. Brian Heeney and Mr. Heeney, of Edmonton. , ' ,i .,: .. , . ..., - Mr. and Mr. Richard C. du Pont have returned to Newport, RL after spending the pen weekend a guests of Mr. Basil SCampbeil. . i "-.., .' " Or. and Mr. Hector A. U. Monro, of London, Ont, entsr-tained at a dinner party prior to the' wadding rehearsal for the Monro-Affleck wedding. Mr. Douglaa Blair haa returned from (pending the pan week in Stratford and in London, Ont, where she wa accompanied by Mr." H. C. Bowen, of Toronto. While in London they were the guet of Judge G. A. P. Brickenden - and Mr. Brickenden. ' ,v Mr. and Mr. Walter Herb ' entertained at a luncheon -in '' honor of Mi Ruth S I a and her fiance, Uing, who wiH Smith Fall; Mr. Spectacular Values, Wednesclay Mr.'JohB be married on Saturday- r Mr. and Mr. W. I. Clap-ham have returned to t k a 1 r home in Calgary after (pending the put fortnight 1 1 k their ton and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mr. W. A. Clapham. ' Among the out of town guest who attended the Pre-ton-Petrie wedding but Satur- : day war Mr. and Mr. C. Barrau of Pakenham, Mr. and Mr. DeUmg ,P.r (ten, Merrickville; Mr. and Mr, " Hugh NetbitU Buckingham: . Mr, ana Mr, rummi Beacn.7 Sharon Meakin. all ot Toronto. 300 Delegates Attend CWL Convention Mr. ..., W. C. McLaughlin. P m-broke; Mr. and Mr. Stanley ' Kaye, Sarnia; Mr. C. H. Steele,- Regina; Mr. and Mrv Paul Lachance, Quebec City, and Mr.'aod Mr. Ronald Briscoe. Blind River. . Mrs. F. H. Wadawortb. and her daughter. Miss Liana Wadsworth. have returned to Ottawa after a week m New York City. Mr. Wadsworth attended the International Car Conference. - Mr. and Mrs. James Hagen. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hagen and Mr. W. Morris Hagen all CHARLOTTETOWN (CP) - Eachera, Bishop of Charlotte-With prayer and song, she 4itU town, said: "The church is annual con vent loo of the Cath- looking at itseff today to see olic Women's . League of Can- what Us image is in the modem ada was formally opened Moo- world and therVia no reason day night in a moving It-min. why-' it organizations ' should ute ceremony. - "not do the same thing."? . More than 3N women, repre- He also told tba women that iiouraat poete Detauuoa Wa)' nti" 'u', 1Jjt federal, provincial and munK I u tap, mtn . . x - f Put egg, date and sugar ; in frying pan. Cook flvt to ' seven ' minute and to pre v vent burning;' stir. Remove from heat ' , Add rice crispiee to ttiffen ) mixture. Also add vanilla and sslt. Roll in coconut, colored sugar or' chopped nuts.' . '". -Yield: about 23 cookiea. ' meoievTi srwpe from ejpai autboritiea listed to them coast to coast, heard their new tjj Uiey made reprtsentav MUonal .director. Moot Rev. tioos, m the hope of win-Thomaa J. McCarthy. Blsbop of gjng your votet,-but because St. Catharines, deliver the open- kan, you lr( Mbous to big address of the five-day your requests." . . meeting.' Ha .told them they league approach, to re-should be as well Informed as iiavision and filma la the P"? JWm 01 ,or1 light of Us theme, "for God and cape' involvement la what la "M ,tauMi tody-- transpiring U Canada; each of ' air rat irr - ' ' ... i... .kii..,i. .. f..mM IE CRUEL . an Informed opinion. and to try OTTJNGHAM. Englana to understand calmlv and ob- (CP) - Dr. Ronald Sprenger. JecHvely the opinion of others. prmcTpal schools officer for "Unless the msjortty of Cana- NotUngham. advise parenu to dlans are mature enough for the be "cruel" -with, children who .... uj .... m,k .ii t.,im.n eat too much. Ha said two teen- TROUT RETURN. . ZZT - -em- age girls attending his clinic ' Speckled trout are reported bers, Canada ia headed for evil each weigh at least Ito pounds increasing la many of the lake dy." v v . -"! say 'at least because 2M la Ontario. ; v . Moit RV. Malcolm A. Mac Is the limit on the scalea." of MaMena, NY. were here to attend the Pritchard Hagen wedding. Other out of town . guest included Mr. and Mr. Norman Hagen and their family, of Hamilton; Mr. and Mr. E. M. Byham, Sker-brooke; Mr. and Mr. Norman Evans. Geargeville, Que. ' i Out-of-town guests who attended ihc Miller-Meakin wedding: on Saturday included Miss Goldle Walker and Mr. and Mrs.'S. B. Hambledon. of Smiths Falls; Mr. Terry Pal--trqn,.Mr. Wayne Sanderson, and Dr.' and Mr. J. W. Meakin accompanied by Mis " Among the out of town gueste who will be here to attend the Cooper-Ralph wedding on Saturday are Dr. and Mrs. G. L. Ralph, of Thorold. Ont:; Mrs. A. G. Burrowes and Mr. and Mr. I. R. Burrowes. of Niagara Falls; Mr. and Mr.' Ernest Ralph. Tobermory; Miss Donna Hilt. St. Catharines, and Mrs. A. R. Hilts. Town of Meant Royal. Monday, Nov. 2 Mr. Mendel Shore presided at a board meeting of the National Council of ih Women. Ottawa section, at the home of Mr. John ' Holzman. 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