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August 26, 1964

The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 41

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WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 26, 1D64 Social and Th High Commissioner for Pakistan and Mrs. S. M. Khan will entertain at ihe:r rei-dene thia- evening in honor of the Pakistan delegat i o n to the Third Commonwealth Education, Conference. Mr. and Mn. John K. B. Robertson have returned to Ottawa following a tour of (he British Isles, The Netherlands and France. Major General W. J. Megill and Mrs. Megill will be in Montreal on Saturday to attend the. wedding of their son, Lieut. James Douglas Megill, RCE. and MissJCarole Erly. , ' Miss Alison Hardy, accompanied by her father, Mr. Edgar D. Hardy, and ber aunt, Mrs. Philip Tobin, has eturned from holidays spent at their Summer residence in Greensboro, Vt. Mr. and Mrs. J. Earle Matthews have returned home after a two-week holiday in the Gaspe Penninsula and attending the Canadian P b a r-Btaceutical convention in Hall-lax. ; Mr. and Mrs. Alan McCal-ium have returned to Ottawa fter a two-week holiday at Kennebunkport, Me. .' Mias Elsie Pomeroy, of Toronto, is a guest" of Dr. and . Mrs. Harold H. Fireman, of Xockcliffe Park, while here to. attend the Women Teachers' Federation of 0 n t a r I o . conference at the talisman Motor Inn. . ' . Out of town guests at the Pritchard - Hagen wedding Included: Mr. John Hagen. of Valleyfield; Mrs. F. S. Fisher, Westmount; Mr. and Mrs. Brian Morris, Montreal; Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Smith. Kingston; and Mr. Stuart Taggart. Renfrew. '.;v -V Mr. and Mrs, Lewis Mullin .entertained at a dinner party t the Chateau Launer honor-tag Miss Ruth Slavin and Mr. Weddings Unit Cameron-.-.,. ,,',...,.,.....:..,.,.. .;. . Miss Isabella Anna Cameron, daughter of Mrs. Beulah Cameron, was married on Saturday, Aug. 22, to Mr. Ronald uutt. t ink m.ri Matthew'a Analican Church. The bride groom's parent are Mr. and Mrs. Harold Link 6f Win-cheater, ont -1 - s j- f f V" x The Venerable Archdeacon Eric Osborne performed the ceremony. Mr. Gerald music The bride, given In marriage by ner uncte Mr. k. a. George Moore o Wewa, Ont., wore a gown of antique . white silk from Thailand hand embroidered in ' silver thread. Her mantilla was of Calais lace and her pearl necklace and earrings were I gift of the bridegroom. She carried a prayer book adorned with Johanna Hill roses and stephanotis. Miss Suzanne Welch waa maid of. honor, Miss Maureen Moore and Miss Mary : Link were '-bridesmaids. They wore floor-length gowns in shades of coral gladioli. $ ! Mr. Gordon Ramsey was best man and the guesU were ushered by Mr. Donald Cameron, Mr. George Cameron, Mr. John Link and Mr. Arthur Fawcett Following a reception at the bride's maternal grandfather's home. Mr. W. A. Moore, the couple left for a wedding trip to the Maritime. Mr. and Mrs. Link are graduates of Carleton University and both are high school teachers at Kemptville. - Sherman MonUbone On Saturday, Aug. 22, at tawa, Carol Jane MonUbone, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Warren J. MonUbone, became the bride of John Faulkner Sherman, eon of Mr. and Mn. Nelson Sherman,, all of Manotick. . . - - - - The bride, given in marriage by her "father, wore e gown of bronze peau de sole fashioned on long lines with matching vail and shoes. She Carried bouquet of Tali-man roses. ' ; it.,- s ,n:" ; .4 Miss Diana Crain of Ottawa attended tha bride wearing an emerald green dress of peau de sole with match-' ing headdress and shoes. She carried a bouquet of bronze mums. . . . A A reception was held at Periwinkle Hill Farm, Manotick. Mr, and Mrs. Sherman will reside in OtUwa. t i Wallace Norton Shirley ; Margaret Norton i of OtUwa 1 was ; married Friday, Aug. 7. 1964. in St. Paul's Presbyterian Church, to Allan Moore Wallace of Richmond.; Rev. A. B. Casseltnan ' performed the ceremony.';- ( ' . . r aassamit Want aamiKMma n4 t srta ( WHiaiafi am ka alarre a tk swlal -at I sf wr4. Plctam Kill M nklUhra at as pt lal ! a im " ta arpik nk a to sa .. wares far rlB mattar aaaar tka alrlara aa ' . (ISM r akb-falaaia a la l la trplh wttk bp ' at naSlai aialiar aniar rMara, lateral Uaa a rain far aaillaal aplk ar waraasa. taU Man Orar at Mm Dawa, -tsll, aataailaa v " (Atom (fa i TIB! Ill FBI com 1 11TI A NEW : STYLED 4 FBI JACKET: i - CAM . i ewaairt aakjal aa - ' j DWORKIN FURS tTlX Hi Rideatt, Otuwa n i U ,1 aawamrkw V f I rat lawtat taMaiat 1 art V f J I a etaaMiaat . '.MM awaM aaa, aaaa ! aaakanaiia .ana art kjaaa, a aw aawn , , "w- t . .; i 'si m si m i i Persona John Laing whose marriage Ukfs place in Belleville '0 , Saturday. ..,..,. Mia Wendy McFaul, bride-elect of Saturday, was honored at a dessert party given by Mrs. Warren Peters, Mrs. , Berme Birchall and Mrs. William McLeod, at the tatter's home. ' i . !' .).'.; Mrs. G. B. Paris and Mrs. R. 0. Jones, both of Toronto, are guests this; week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Smith. a " Fit. Lieut. R. J. Cockbiirn and Mrs. Cockburn, of Baden-Soeltingen, Germany, will be In Ottawa to attend the Hold-ham Reynolds wedding on Saturday. Other out of town guests include Dr. end Mrs. John F. Storr and- their eon, ' Gordon, of Buffalo. NY; Mr. and Mrs. Mervyn Watson, Cooksville; Fit. Lieut Bob -Kadanoff, St. Hubert; Mrs. Jack Kennedy and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Mussel, Oxford ' Mills, Ont. :. Miss Holly Ralph, whose marriage takes place on Sat- urday, was honored at a kitchen shower given by Mist Marjorie Bennett. . . :- .- - . i Miss Jean Cerow wae hostess at a kitchen shower honor- -ing Miss Nancy Baillie whose ' marriage to Mr. ' John , S. ) Buchan takes place' on Saturday, Sept. 12. The dieticians and food supervisors at Civic Hospital were among the guests. . v?;.? ' i - ':. "I ' DIVORCES FUMT . RENO. Nev. lAP) Evelyn Funt received a -divorce Tuesday from her husband, Allen; host for the network television show Candid Camera. The prop-' erty settlement and agreement on custody of their three minor children wa -sealed by, the court. The children are Peter. Patricia and John. Funt did not Pperr. f ' T -there are more than 1,50 ; species of the fireny. Wheeler played the " wedding ' a private ceremony In Ot DIES AT M, WATERLOO (CP) - Mrs. Martha Hallman, ' 100, Waterloo' oldest resident, died Tues day. raasn caop r- STRAWBERRY JAM 48 or, f 1.09 . ' lJ M J5& r$ofy)y3 i 1757 Russell Road 731-3884 Bedtle Fan i Wins Prize For Cake . . -.. . - T- SMh i Beetle fanBut that doesn't mean the can't i cook. Miss Sheila Brady, Grade nine student at Glebe Collegiate, waa on her way to the Beetle film on .Tuesday when she heard that her single-layer chocolate cake was a first prize winner in the home-made caking competition at Central Canada Exhibition. . i More excilftajibout the Beatles than she-wis about the cake, Sheila, - stopped long enottgh to give The Journal the recipe for her winning entry. . ' SHEILA BRADY'S - CHOCOLATE CAKE ::. 2 cups sifted cake flour ., 4 up. baking soda . I tap. baking powder I tap. salt : Vt ounces- unsweetened . chocolate (melted) '- V4 cup shortening - V, cupe brown sugar 2 eggs unbeaten ' I cup milk V 1 Up. vanilla ' Method: Sift flour, measure and add baking-powder, soda and aalt Sift together three times. Cream shortening, add surer gradually and beat thoroughly. Add eggs one at a time and beat until light Add chocolate end vanilla. Add flour and milk alternately, beating after 'each ' addition. Pour into nine-inch square pan which has been greased and lightly floured. Bake 45 minutes et 330 degree. Thia recipe may be used for two standard layer-cake pans. If layers are made, , bake for 30 to 35 minutes. ICING : 4 cup butter . cup king sugar I egg white - V4 teaspoon salt ..... 4.',,,.,,,,, 14 cups Icing sugar Thursday Thrillers in Murphy a hi THE OTTAWA JOURNAL 41 Y vl - .... j. "rff i High Schoolers' . Athletic Socks V SHEILA BRADY cup cocoa : 2 tbspa. boiling water ' ' I tip. vanilla . Cream butter till oft Add I, cup icing tugar and unbeaten egg white. Beat in well with aalt. Sift and beat In gradually, cocoa and rest of lugar. Add boiling water and flavoring. : Whip until fluffy. ;- -; - ' Mrs. McFaul Entertains For Daughter Mr. L. J. McFaul entertained at a trouiteau tea in honor ot her daughter, Wendy Jane, whose marriage to Mr. Brian Tomka take place on Saturday. . ' Mr. Edward Tomka. mother of the bride-elect's fiance, received , with the hostess and guest of honor.'' i Miss Helen Warren was in charge of the tea-room, assisted by Miss Vat Wheeler. Mrs, Gary Dunn, Mis Brenda TomkaTTvIias Lynne Byford, Miss Janet McEwen and Mi Nancy McFaul. " f Pouring tea were Mrs. George Tudin, Mrs. Sydney Tomka. Mr. F. H, Wheeler, Mr. R. A. G hereon, : Mrs-Charles Elvins, Mrs. A. I Byford. Mrs. Jack McKlra and Miss Joan McCarthy. breat Annual Men's Shop Sizzlcr The current craze machtne-washable stretch-.les in white, banded In school coloursf Brook, field; EastviewWoodroffe, Fisher Park, Glebe, ; Commerce, Laurentian, Llsgar, p. Rideau. Ridgemont, .Tech. WIU lit .u am a 11 ! y- .- - 'v. 'i!.. . i: . . i High' School Sweaters Fisher, Glebe, commerce, usgar, . Nepean, Tech .1... 13-M . Others may be ordered. '- --"-"-- Mtn't and Boys' ShopSHrfii Stk.'Eh ' Leathers Lfttle Priced ( 'r Leisure . Slippers 2.00: Three Styles, One Sketched - Fetching; fashions for! leisure or casual wear ... September Sale-priced! New Pussy Paws : cute, purry toft. Also Ballerina ; styles with, leather pouches and Orion Bootees . , v in this N - extra-value offering at Hotter f DptSHrkiSt. Floor ' Famous Make O QC Sport Shirts O-'J Spoi Price is away below normal for long-' sleeved shirts, tailored from high quality cotton smart Autumn designs. Have the trim tapered style or regular cut, button-down or regular collar. Small, medium, large and extra large sizes. Why not two or three at Thursday's thrifty .... S-M Slacks . For Metf and Young Men But for a lucky purchase you'd pay 50 higher and morel Expertly tailored, in an easy-care blend of 63 Terylene andv 35 cotton,' Continental or regular style, in, gold, green or beige, sizes 28 to 40. , iM 'm -It ml Bang-up buy at 1.00 t T.v la etockt I. . 2.00 mi Women Dentists EDMONTON (CP) Women dentins are needed la Caned and the Canadian Dental Assc- Ciation Is looking lor them. Dr. Charle. Zlawraa, of Calgary, past president of the association.- said In an Inter- ThiurscJay Highlights ngerie Sale Fine Nylon Tricots Lovely and Lacy Wilt! Kighlki, (rl mi Mr M ti t , Slips Half Slips and, . Pettipints .Panties Just look at the drawings . . . ever see such dreamy sleep styles so little-priced? With sneer nylon frothing over opaque nylon tricot, with dainty laces delicately applied. In white and pastels, small, medium and large. The, Slips in white and colours, 32 to 42. Pettipants and Slips in prints and white, Briefs in white and colours; these In small, medium, large sizes. Lingeri BorSparkt Si, Pluer - Gamble's tvent 5.00 zfjrk 7V s view: "We could use a lot more lady dentists." .. Dr. Zimmerman said only MO dentist, enter the field each year. no. enough u, cop. with " country's growing popule- lion much less decrease me Telephone 4.00 3.Q0 2.00 1.50 for September Thriller in the "Little Price" Shop Furred Coats 49.85 With Collars of these expensive furs Opossum, Raccoon, Blue Fox, Muskrat and Persian Lamb Styles; for Pifitos, uniort and Average Types . . . Sixes 8 to 20 in the Collection. Bar O 1 WO. WMM The coat sketched typifies the fashion-newness and amazing value. A dashing box style in Winter-warm tweed, with removable fur collar and with storm cuffs. Others in boucle, corded wools, wool-and-mohair blends, shades of red, beige, blue, gold, grey, brown and black. , CLEARA WAY All-Weather Coats m rr 'j i c HO Women's and Mhues Sixes. ; . IU.UU and ID.UU. LiuU Prit Sktp Tkiri FUof J'; September Sovihgs on 'New Are in Demand ratio of one dentist to J.OM pa- wuents. Recruiting more women nti.t. could , lol to u,, overloading 1 Som. EuropeaB aV, mort enuJ. haB dentists but less than two per 235-3355 Fall Fabrics ' ( Autumn Prints and Solid Colours " "'''', .l ' -Rich-Textured Magic Crepe Combed Cotton Sateen - Rayon Surrah ' Amel-and-Cotton Save tito M the normal price of these fresh new fabrics! There's a . profusion of Autumn prints , . . largtrand small designs in glowing -' colours. And in the cotton sateens, small neat prints. Inspiration for smart frocks, blouses, school togs . : and at what a trifling cost youll make them! 38 and 43 inches wide.. .Yard v.-....,. .99 Fabric Cmr Fourth Floor , sa m mm m t - a -'v x i, x - 1 cent of .Canada's dental force onUu 01 "n. Dr. Zim- ermn J- might be L T a .Tnoot monlv tbought of as a woman's profession. , .99,

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