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August 26, 1964

The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 44

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,1 ,! 1 v , - ' a - SI I WARM WOOL AND FUR Winter coats modelled Tuesday afternoon at the ' r Central Canada Exhibition were often topped and I cuffed with softly toned fur, such as this antique gold wool and mohair coat trimmed in lynx. ' ' ANCIENT MAN FOUND . PEKICEUX. France (AP)-Dlscovery of a .00-year-old skeleton In a cave near St. stabler - has been hailed by French scientists as a find of snaior Importance m the study of ancient man. Dr. Andre Cheynler, ex-president of the French Areheofogicaf Society, aid the shape of the skull mdi-cated (he specimen was of advanced type. v For ad yosw knitting eeds. l: Klsinffi CENTRE ' (Ctetrs 4m Trtmtl -Over le,M Varieties of IMPORTED KNTTTTNO YARNS Ml IH rrtavtsat (Slate at I an , (I1-SS4I ; tat Dams (cswr Kienw) Ottawa tis-istl SHOPPINC - , IS A PLEASURE At . Prw Csatswwr rarkmt I sw ear DawaMwa IM r-' 147 sUDEAU ST. ' VEIN FUNCTION BALTIMORE The -veins are blood vessels that return . the blood from tne capillaries to the bead . tXJ Michigan Is said to have more than ll.WO lakes. mm Man's Tone Ckwrk List Imt SCHOOL SUrpLltSI . e Ctre smcUs e Ball ratal Paas e Paaatala staa e CeltafcNaTas a Carkaat raaar e Dsk Paactl Sharsax. e MaHas e asakkvriCaaMa ' ataatar SaS Stastlaa ( Scrattk Pass . SUM Natakacka Tysawnur faaar Traawntar Saaallaa Dlrttaurlaa BlaSata, aarlaaa lists ' La Laaf Nafakfl -statllta. aula aae ralae InSeata lk Laaaaa -Watta mhrU OVMO Haaaa Lakrl ' Makar V, Many atkar autlaaarf IS ) ' sm . - 1 I. wi Vs. WdM -i4&iS. AUTUMN PLAIDS ARE POPULAR For. town and country wear, plaid tulti and coats war thown at tha CCEA fashion show. This wool and mohair coat uses , a most unexpected play , of . ... m m i I Dear- Htloite: I have found when hemming a piece of material with a bias-cut edge that H Is much easier if a line of stitching Is put near the bias-cut edge , before hemming. This makes It" easier to handle and gives a firm edge to keep the material from stretching. mi v it i i t - s. t s A', . : V THE OTTAWA JOURNAL WEDNESDAY. 'AUGUST 26, 1984 EX' FASHION SHOW PREDICTS: Plaid Capes and Scottish Scarves Add Bright Warmth to Fall Styles, colore ruby, amethyst, blue and burnished gold. The velvety antelope felt hat completes the costume. - - iJaaraal MMtaa ay Otmmut WKti It took me 20 years to find this out! -Mrs. P.2. How many alarm clocks have you broken? Poor soul! -Helolse. e Dear Helelsei Here's another little hint: Save all pieces of toilet soap the ones no one wants to It also helps to make a tin - cover them with water . neater, more even hem. and simmer until they are Becky. ' melted. Add ' few drops - - of your favorite coloring, pour Dear Helekei j. . into cup cake molds (placed The best place tor an alarm in muffin tins) and let hard-clock Is on the floor next to en. You will then have new ' the bed. This prevents knock- bars of soap that are easy Ing It off the table and break. ; to hang onto In the shower, mg It when groping yt turn ' ' ,t Mary Mesxt ' n M morning. ; 4 1 - (Copyright,. I9M)" ; ;i"i'0.u ; 1 ' se., i f 4 1 ' III By CATHY McVICAR f The Journal Cloudy skies that frequently threatened rain and gusty winds were Just not enough to dampen the enthusiasm of II.-000 wpmen, who turned out Tuesday afternoon to see the fourth annual Exhibition fash-Ion show. Tele vision personalities Tbby Tarnow and Fred Davis, who provided the commentary for "Flight Into Fashion," were warmly received by the grandstand audience. t Indian beauty Miss Kabn Tineta Horn was the guest ' model for this presentation of Fall and Winter fashions from C. Caplan Limited. Mrs. Lorena Vezina was the fashion co-ordinator. Providing entertainment .daring (he intermission were Johnny Matson as master of ceremonies and the little Brooks Sitters, all of whom appear with Andy Williams In the evening grandstand performances. Striking gay fashion note for Fall were capes of all sizes and styles. Massive capes were shown with stretch slacks for wearing on ski weekends, and over suits for warm at football games. Capes went to town or country depending on their design and material. A country cape was shown in chocolate brown Orion pile, bound with dark brown braid. It reversed to taupe popln for rainy weather. COLD PAISLEY For an evening on the town; a cape of black imitation broadtail, fringed with wool, was modelled. Austria was the Inspiration for an after-ski cape or- walking coat, designed in 0 a n a-dian loden cloth and lined with gold paisley. From Scotland came plaid capes and scarves for the bonnie lassie who is heading ' off to college next month. Other detachable detailings which point to Fall and Winter trends, were tiny black crepe Jackets, sleeveless and . back v buttoned, worn over abort swinging "diseothecque" dresses; sand-colored travel suit with mstching trousers which may be worn in place of the' skirt. "Wineberry" n the color voted most likely to be seen this Fall, a deep rich red that appeared in cocktail wear, knits, coats and. sports wear. WHITE DOESlilN Pale pastel colors will glow softly on the ski slopes this Winter. 'Although rich browns UNBEATABLE were not forgotten, also shown were a suit of antique white doeskin, a pale blue jumpsuit and matching lacket, and a luxurious tittle car coat of powder pink Orion pile, teamed with cherry pink stretch slacks. Sweaters for campus wear had the Andy Williams influence casual wool pullovers with colorful "V" inserts. Evening dresses were most Charge or Budget WEftE PUTTING'NEW MAGIC IN ill gdgQ ' " ' ' ' - - - - jss. jas .. wmummmm sJM V Vbj ssjjsissiatBi wwwiv w wilcCK Norihern K!a$krsf Jackets: U . THESE Rostlaa Sqalrral Stoles : V cjin Kaskrst Ca?e$, Ebcay cr Heather Shades BUYS ! Nafaral Crey Kidskin Jackets i tmm eaty ly short black crepe for dancing the "Frug" antTWatusi." 3ut one beautiful, exception as a long pale Ivory grown orn by Miss Hora.j It was the preview of a collection of authentic Indian designs, already begun by Oleg Cassini. The beaded embroidery on Miss Horn's gown was done by the nimble and artistic fingers' of a Caughnawaga couturier. MARPINS at FREIMJNS ' w of emerald, marquise and round cut diamonds it of endless fascination. And whichever you prefer youll, find Mappin's have the loveliest choice. -. V fill . : . I brilliant round cut with 2 marquise cut diamonds r MOO ''"vf large emerald cut V: with 2 tapered baguette and 2 round diamonds . . .ei S2S0 3 brilliant round cut ' , , diamonds ;,-;.jr.VC 1 2 1 - '"' i v. ..:''K trtiman't Strett floor 'DmoiitotM OWtiWti:- SALE VALUES tiak Trl!-!S!l l!ftf I urn. P.fl!t -V'- 52 AUGUST SALE HUtT 3 - Kertheni Kaskrat Cectrt Back Coats august sau price r- , Persian Lamb Coats, tvlack Dyed aaa erey V V'Yi I 1 v v !!' ,x 7 lata. lWaal IH sjWllin " Lnttront Ufi&loB Lar.h Coats-tSiak Trim , China Kiak Jackets I Si;':-Paste! Kick Stolespeeial .:...'.- .- eyae I... ... eaters' ill Persian Ur.b Coats-Kisk Trim or Plata ; "S SL L ai.a a It ! I L fl.l." ' r vvji naiarai urey rsrwiaa Lssa usi ' : aa at am. at . eieaaea uaaasiaa csaver uoais China Kiak Coat-Lavish Styiiaj; . , , Kataral Crey Persiaa Lasb Jackets Uodel Persiaa La?.h Coats T Mm mm. ash. ' SB SB) B ' SSSSI ftttf ftriftB kMeWst Mlak caUara, 4r 3 Caaaaiaa Beaver coats, usx ina a r nu.j H.1J. 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