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The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 33

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ft' 'i i THURSDAY, AUGUST 27" 1964 t i ;.-Viv., up to 24 month to pay 119 RANK STREET; URUGUAY RECEPTION The Charge d Affaires of Uruguay and Mrs. Sergio Pituluga-Stewart entertained at a reception at the n Country Club on the occasion of their country's ROLLED OAT BREAD V4 cup warm water 1 tap. sugar I envelope granular yeast Mix and let stand for 9 Creations by the foremost t, ' ' Canadian Fur Fashion Designers Exclusively ours and at Ml pri that defy comparison 0 232-2626- 0 ! , Shop In Air-Coelrtioned &mfort Monday Tare Saturday gjg sua. to le pm. ''.'. ?f'.- :.v: " V rV?C -I i J t "lTW . Friday Splendid Values iVlCaV Home . M rI'fVW . In Murphy. 'ilVsTlW' CambleS. Drt fieri! Fourth Floor THE OTTAWA JOURNAL Independence Day. From left arc' Hon. George Mc-llraith. President of the Privy Council, Mrs. Pituluga-S tew art, Mrs. Mcllrailh and Mr. Pittaluga-Stewart i v (Journal Photo by Dominion WI4 Cooking Hobby Pays Off "Cooking l my hobby." says Miss Isobel McGtffkt, whose entries in the Central Canada Exhibition this year have won more prize than you could shake a spoon at. Bran bread and white bread, baking powder biscuits and muffins, applesauce cake, lemon bread and cherry bread these are Just a few oi her culinary triumphs. ' Her first prize In cooking total eight, with another first for a knitted baby shawl which was also a winner at the Canadian National Exhibition in Toronto, t J Here is her prize-winning recipe for Rolled Oat Bread. : ' O Mi AUGUST SALE of fine furs HAM (iTt KHlU W9 . $3?5 until met ratsui Ufa $4W fttTiti (c4 mm Oil vsn IMWI (M lOUDXT lu) $745 RirUSAl ShTAfiD K1VH ... $495 - onm w SHuta vmu ' m IMWI (fi4) SHUSffl KUKUI $495 HACI (difl RUDSOM SUl $595 HACK UHHOSE WOiDUl ............ $945 UTUUl tm KM ...... $1995 RATOtil Wti HUB 5 $1195 ' UTUUl URtl MM ..... I... $1295 minutes or until the yeast fills the cup. ''' i .: V t cups boiling water . J eups relied eat , Pour - Milling water over rolled, oats. . ," I tap. aalt - .!. ; I tbp. tard ' -i J;- M cup snalasset ' Add to rolled oats. Let coot slightly.. Add yeast which by now la to the top of the cup. - Stir b ibout 4 cup' aM-pur-posa white Hour.' Knead for ' about five minutes. , Put in greased bowl. Crease top lightly; cover with damp towel and let rise la warm place until double in bulk, - about tw houra. . - Turn .out onto a ' floured board and 'divide into two parts. Let stand for five minutes. ? , - I ' Shape Into' two loavea and put into two greased pans. Let rise In a warn place for one 'hour.'. , ( Bake for 13 minutes at 4M degrees, then at 3S degree for M to l minute or until it sounds hollow when knock, ed , Remove . Immediately from, pans racks. and , let 4 . p. - cool DOREEN KEATING DANCE SCHOOL COMMENCING SEPTEMBER BALLET AND TAP 4 YEARS AND UP Vtdaltr Ptasenst aae Hlikwar Is, too voir at tor Wsrt Ka. Bar-skar aa Crrstal Baack rsaMratt. 28-1 ItT i . TIGHTLY CAPPED Covet can of baking powder tightly after using, say food specialists at Macdon-ald Institute, Guelph. On humid Summer day moisture react with the baking powder causing it to lose tome of it trength. 'Declaration' Dismissed By Women TORONTO (CP Mrs. D. W. McGibbon, national president of the Imperial Order Daughter of the Empire, Hid Wednesday that she personally rejected a scathing denunciation of the CBC drawn up by a group of Ottawa women. Tuesday the National Executive of the Catholic Women' League refused to support the : document, called "Declaration of Canadian Women" on the ground that it was too extreme. The Ottawa women have been in contact with mem . 4 ' i ' . ' -i i 1 i I .JavL.fl IRVIN COOPER Mis Brenda Lillian Cooper, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. - G. S. Cooper, wa married Samrday, August 15. to Mr. John Douglas Irvin, in Blessed Sacrament Church, Fourth Avenue The bridegroom' parents are Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Irvin. Rev. David Corkery performed the ceremony. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a floor- length gown of ivory satin extending into a chapel train, her shoulder-length tulle veil was held by a single flower headpiece. She carried a cascade bouquet of white carnations, gladioli. Ivy and stephanotis. She was attended by Mr. William Dowset and Mi Pamela Irvin. wearing full length gown of cornflower blue. Dr. David Grime was best man and the guests were ushered by Mr. Mike Irvin and Mr. Robert Griffith. . Following a reception the couple left on a wedding trip to the Laurentians and New England State. Mr. Irvin it a graduate of Ottawa Teacher College. New . 4 . end Value-Marvels Washable Draperies i, ' -' . .-1-. ; In Richly Textured Stubbed Rayon Acetate-Satin; Lined . with Chromspun. Single Width, or. Double Width, or. Triple Width, pr. scenic mouis 16.95 33.95 50.95 90 Inches Lorrg White ground with floral or in blue, rose, copper, green ana brown beauties. And to think that their beauty is restored with . , easy laundering; no more ex- . pensive dry-cleaning! Expertly ' made draperies, finished with " pinch-pleat headings and note : ' that they're Chromspun-Uned. Single width fits windows to 4 I feet; double, to 8 feet; triple to iz ieeu - , Share in September Values with a Continuing Budget Account . , Buy Up Tv .J.!.. $100 $150 $200 $250 $300 i Month ;$10 ' $15 S20 - $25 . $30 Month ; $10 ' $15 Pay Each 1- 1 ber of the larger women's organizations a c r o s the country seeking support for their criticism of the television network's content. Mrs. McGibbon said the document had been sent for her personal endorsement, not that of the IODE. and that she had refused her support saying she could not support something she did not see herself The National Council of Jewish Women aaid their president. Mr. N. 1. Zemans of Calgary, had also received a copy of the" document but was unable to find out from the Ottawa women whether it was meant for her person-ally or for the Council. Con-aequenrly- the ignored the petition. Mr. Julia Schulz. National Executive secretary' aaid. in honor of Mits Wendy Mc-Feul. bride-elect of Saturday. Mrs Donald Waldock and Mrs. Blyth Robertson entertained jointly at the former's home at a miscellaneous shower honoring Mits Ruth Slavin. a bride-elect of t h i Saturday Mrs. Paul Lacroix was hott-ets at a miscellaneous shower held at her home in honor of Mm Anne Wiicman, whose marriage takes place on Saturday. Miss Pat Harrison entertained at a miscellaneous shower at her home in honor of Miss Lorraine Fetterly. a bride elect of Saturday. Mrs. F H. Wheeler and her daughter. Miss VaJ Wheeler, held a dessert party at their home for Miss Wendy Mc-Faul. whose marriage takes place on Saturday. Among those who have en-tertatned in honor of Miss Ellen McCord. bride elect of Saturday, are Miss Claire Stanley at a kitchen shower: Mrs. Sid Brownlee and Mis Judy McNaught. at a miscellaneous shower. Mrs. Fred Hodgins. Mrs. Leroy Palmer and Mrs. James Hodgins. at a miscellaneous shower: Mis. Fred Dagg anof Mrs. Herbi Hodgms at a detsert parly, and Miss Fern Thompson at a personal shower. Miss Muriel the hostess at Cover-All Slipcover Sale For Chair j 16.50 Sdtin Cushions in Smart Accent Tones Cocoa : Greta Red Seafoara Lavigne was a shower Telephone 235-3355 For Chesterfield Machine Wjshablt Stain Resistant - No-Iron Ever Water Repellent, Four Decorator Colours Nugget Gold Cedar Kose 31 SOCIAL and PERSONAL NOTES The Acting High Commis-lioner far A. Trinidad' and Tobago and Mrs. C. R. Sioll. meyer entertained at dinner Wednesday in honor of Senator Donald Pierre. Minister of Education for Trinidad and Tobago Daryl and Paul, have return-ed to their home alter a two-week holiday visiting with Mr. and Mri. H. Tom, Carton at their Summer home at Burnt Rapids. Mr. and Mri. George A. Cooper, who celebrated thrlr 25th weddins anniverurv on Miss Frances Mary 1 e n- Wednesday, were entertained kins will leave Ottawa Frida at a cocktail party by mem-for a vacat dn in the United bera of their family. Kingdom and Continental Eu- - ' ' rope. Miss Nancy Oliver, of Edin-' ' burgh'i' Scotland. is- visit I a g at the home of Mrs. Percy f Hyndman. Mrs. ronto. Eric I. Browne, of To-and her two children. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ander. son, RCAF Station. Mootonee. will be among the out-of-town guests attending the Angel-Wilson wedding which takes place on Saturday. Mrs. R. A. Cherson entertained at a lea at her home honoring Miss Soma Lea La-celle. whose marriage takes place on Saturday. Sept. a. Assisting the hostess were Mrs. Rene Lavigne. Mr. Henri Lapoime and Mrs. J. M. De Roches Miss Be'ty -Williams emer-tamed at a miscellaneous stwwer at her home, in honor of Miss Donna DeMary, whose marriage takes place on Saturday. Sept. It. Mrs Percy Hyndman was the hostess at a shower in honor of Miss Janet Ramsay, whose marriage will take place on Saturday. Sept. It. Marriage On The Rocks You can strengthen . . . maybe save your marriage by putting aside thirty minute a day for six day. Thia experiment takes courage and persistence but it' guaranteed to help any marriage. In September Reader s Digest read about this marriage-saving program that ha been tested and found to work! Look for "Prescription for a Marriage on the Rock" in Reader Digest, now on sale. ADVT J&m 295 RICHMOND 729 6 J 37 I 2,saliBaeaisal At last! Covers to fit all chairs, chfsterfields. hide-a-beds and Davenos and they're sale-priced! The little-care textured cotton fabric is ingeniously tailored with overlooked seams and fully hemmed skirt . . . easy to fit and they stay wrinkle-free. Colours: green, brown, gold, turquoise. , . . , 1 Draperies ' Fourth Floor m9 Quoted Style, IS x l Inches. Buttaned Style, IS x IS Inches with Inch Fringe Such a tittle price . . . and look what they do for a room . . . adding touches of colour and comfort! Luscious satin covering, plump Kapok filling. In all their lovely colours! Turquoise, beige, brass, moss green, brown and orange. . Each 1.89 Extraordinary Carpet Values All-Wool Tufted Broad loom 9 and 13 feet wide at sq. yd. 0.95 Walnut Biscuit A glance, a touch, tell you what extraordinary carpet value this is. Deep-piled broadloom made from 3-ply wool yarns, tufted on heavy Jute backing and reinforced with Latex for tuft-bind and dimensional stability. And look at the range of colours . . . the right shade for any decorating scheme! .. . , , . . And Frciztex Carpet : 27 Inches Wide . t end II Feet WW ' 9.95 13.50 - Turcjootte - Wine . .'..-, Dark Bio : Ooeaktn - ' Cameo Bebj . ' - Willow Greesi MaadarU NewGoM Sandalwood . Greatly underprlced this mark-resistant, twist weave in a blend of 80 wool. 20 nylon. The nylon content Increases wear up to 80"! The splendid quality, the large selection of smart decorator colours plus the extraordinary value all invite you to transform rooms Now with new carpet .; ; I Carpet Fouri h Floor . T- ..".' -n-rr . , K i. jsi. i

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