Page 19 article text (OCR)
Engagements Bradley O'Sadchy Mr. and Mrs. J. Douglas Bradley announce the engage-t ment of their only daughter, Marianne, to Robert F. OSsdchy, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John O'Sadchy. The wedding to take place in St. Matthias Church Saturday, Sept. 26. at 2 o'clock. Taylor Desjardins Mr. and Mrs. George A. Taylor, Pembroke, wiih to announce the engagement of their only daughter, Jacqueline Ellen, to Mr. Richard Albert Desjardins. son of Mr. and Mrs. Roliand Desjardins, Ottawa. Marriage to take place Saturday. Sept. 26, 1964, at Holy Trinity Anglican Church, Pembroke. - Gravelle Byrd Mr. and Mrs: E. B. Gravelle of Kemptville, wish to announce the engagement of their daughter, Marian Elenor. to Mr. Garry Allan Byrd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Byrd of Oxford Station. Marriage to Uke place in St James Anglican Church, Kemptville, on Sept. 28 at 11 O'clock. White DelUn Mr. and Mrs. David L. G. White of Ottawa announce . the engagement of their eldest daughter, Nancy Eileen, to Mr. Klaus D. Dellin, eon of Mr. and Mrs. Duncan A. MacDiarmid of Mountain Park. Hull. The wedding to Uke place at 2 p.m. Oct 24, 1964, in McUod Stewarton United Church. Weddings Green BaUantyne Rideau Park United Church was the setting for tie marriage of Miss Charlotte Lynn BaUantyne to Mr. Robert Donald Green on Aug. 28 with Rev. J. A. O. McKennitt officiating. Wedding music was provided by Mrs. G. E. Hopsoo. soloist, and Mrs. W. T. Foster, organist The bride is daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Spencer T. BaUantyne and the bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Donald C Green. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore an original gown of white organza over taffeta fashioned with round neckline, short sleeves and chapel train. Applique of lace trimmed the fitted waist end skirt front Her fingertip veil was held with a pillbox end the carried a cascade bouquet of white daisies and Stephen otis. Miss Janet Williams attended the bride, wearing a pale yellow flowered print frock with deep gold organza redingote. Mr. Douglas HoUingsworth was beat man and the , guests were' ushered by Mr.. Bruce BaUantyne. brother of the bride, and Mr. Robert Bell. ' Following a reception at the Ottawa Hunt and Golf Club, the couple left for a honeymoon trip to Quebec City. Mr. and Mrs. Green will reside ia Ottawa. ; McCabs Leblane On Saturday, Aug. 22, 1964. at 11 a.m. at St. Joseph' ' Church, Diane Marie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mel " -. Leblanc, to Terrene James McCabe, ton of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. McCabe. all of Ottawa. Anniversaries I 25111 WEDDING ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Foley of Dun robin will tele-; brate their 25th wedding anniversary on Sept 6 end will be at home to friend and neighbor from 3 p.m. on. . Batasmmtt mm wMtaf nmmwMi aa ra-perta ml areMlnt "V mm mn o aell rmiM M I t mt Metar wui s NtMH at is 9mr atacM Mtan u I" Im Sepia wK mm tm U ware tat nmih mmtmt the seatare m4 tis.es er etto. a to J- tm Oeatk wtUt to se wi4n ml renews seiner anaer pi, t ere. lafe. tie i imtM tm aeaittowM etk wereaae, HnM can Him any at mm Ban. IM-1U1, eateaatea Adjacent to Carlingwood Shopping Centre If you have a taste for the finest In Apartment living, and only the finest, you muit see THE SAVILLE TERRACE Bachelor from i.......'... 9S 1 Bedroom from 9112.10 I Bedroom from $130.00 NOW OWNED AND OPERATED BYt SERIAL REALTIES LIMITED FEATURING: Heated indoor and out- Aulgntd parking spec ioor stoimmino pool frivat Balconies Multi-channel TV Draperie Public, ir parol and high schools Ore but tervlc Church Kitchen cuttom design Carlingwood Shopping Automatic umll ooens Centre ,, . Comnttr took (ops Tuttg landscaped i Six high speed levatort TwrnUhtd lobbies 12 cm. ft. rttrtgerator Corridor luxuriously Laundry acuities . carpeted Quiet, residential area Weft-m cloth closed - . A- RENTAL OFTICC OPEN ' V'' - t s V Dairy to -m. Saturday 10 to pjn, . Sunday II to I pjst. : ' . Leasing RepmenUthre .. CL H. KOFFATT - 725-2720 . Uke mask or maybe they're mask that look like hat very practical for cold weather. t . - That they might be. But Oklahoma law. clearly says, "It shall be unlawful for any person in thl tat to wear 4 mask, hood or covering, which conceal the identity of the wearer." ! Halloween mask art exempted, as are mask wearers participating In masquerade' parties or "any public parade . or exhibition including circuses and other show. Another section provide that the county attorney, sheriff and peace officer may be removed from office for "failure or neglect to diligently prosecute any violation ..." 1 1 - That would eem to pose a problem for prosecutors, too. & M. FlliTula county" chief prosecutor, watched his wife, Diane, model one of the mask creation. ' Then lie . spent some time with the law book before concluding that the law, passed m the 1920s, was aimed at persons seeking . to maintain secret identities for unlawful purpose. "I doubt that the legislature anticipated .any women's fashions that might fall within this prohibitive statute." he said. And as for enforcement "I guess that is a bridge we will cross when the women lead u to it." GWL Plons Fall-Winter Activities -The executive of St. George's Parish Council of the Catholic Women's League met at the home of the president Mrs. Wallace C. Sproule, to discus - the Fall and Winter program. An Hour of Recollection will be held on Tuesday, Sept 8, In St George' Church, with. Rev. Gerald Dooegan a the speaker. The first Monthly meeting will follow. Mrs. J. W. duManofr wiU be the convener of a fashion how, to be held In the parish hall hi October. Mrs. E. A. lintteH and Mrs. H. G. Cavanagh wilt form a committee to delegate organizational work to the members. r . The High Commissioner for Pakistan and Mrs. S. M. Khan, accompanied by the Minister of Education. Government of Pakistan, Mr, A. T. M. Mustafa, who Is the leader of the Pakistan delegation for the Third Commonwealth Education Conference, are leaving today for a trip to Toronto and Niagara Falls. They will " return Monday evening. !;. The High Commissioner, for Pakistan, Mr. S. M. Khan, returned to Ottawa on Fri c For Girls a Step Ahead in Style BERMUDA SOCKS in c.ble- Ititch stretch Orion with knitted ribbons. White, red, , green, black, 3.00. HICH ANKLETS, 70 Orion, 30 nylon, white, red,' blue, pink, yellow, jade, powder, gold. Pair, 1.00. SHOES HAPPY HOPPERS suede leather, with rubber sole and heel. Toast, wintergreen, blue ice, pink ice, grey, bone, white, sizes 5 to 9 3.00 Hosiery Dept. Spark 5(, floor 3 V.. ; SATURDAY, AUGUST 29, 1964 r THE OTTAWA JOURNAL 29 Against New Hooded Hats In Tulsa There's a Law TULSA. Okli. tPl It may be fashionable (or women to wear a fancy hat with a mask attached But if the laws are rigidly enforced it could be expenaive in Oklahoma. Wearing a made atuched to woman's hat or not is a crime punishable by up to a year in jail and a $500 fine. That's not quite as atiff a the punishment, for wearing a topless bathing suit assuming that that particular new fashion ia covered by the law of indecent exposure. Indecent exposure carries a penalty of $10 to $1,000 plus 30 days to 10 yeah. - Some, fashion experts have decreed the hits that took SOCIAL and PERSONAL day following a visit to London, Ont , where he addressed member of the Kiwanis Club. The Ambauador of France and Mrs. Raymond Bousquet entertained at dinner at the Embassy residence in honor of Hnj. Paul Genn-Lajoie and Mrs. Gehn-Lajoie of Quebec. Covers were laicypr twelve. Mrs. Herb Taylor, of Toronto, accompanied by her two sons, Lawrence and Michael, is visiting with friends in Ot- iw'H'iw, ii. ii e iwi-w,.'iwiiih .1 w si m inwia ts f 1 r' J I M r- 40TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Stanley, of Greely, will be at their home to relatives and friends on Saturday, Sept S, from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. and in Greely Community Centre from S.30 in evening, on the occasion of their 40th wedding anniversary." ' - ' -r-1' 50th WEDDING ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cousineau, of 77 Kenora. celebrate their SOth Wedding Anniversary Sept 1. They will attend mass at St Jean Baptiste Church, where they were married and a dinner will be given in their honor at the Chateau Laurier, Aug. 29. They have a ton, Wilfrid, and a daughter. Carmen (Mr. Daze)." Proposes Money Values Be Taught In Elementary School Classes MONTREAL (CP) Montreal economist Dian Cohen thinks children should kaew more about money. Speaking about findings for a forthcoming local radio commentary, The Psychology of Money, the said she cam across torn surprising example of childhood ignorance ia the field. For example, ia an interview with two boys, aged 1 and 12. the youngster could only en-visagt millions when asked what they thought was a tot of money. Yet to them, a man with a good paying Job should earn SIM a month, or IM if he was particularly well off. Mrs. Cohen, an attractive mother of two and wife of playwright M. Charles Cohen, believes economics should be taught In elementary school. "Children shouldn't worry about money but they should know what it is " She feels it' "ridiculous" to be to such close contact with such a basic daily requirement and know so tittle about it "But there' no need to be neurotic about it We letd complicated, complex fives because .of our high standard of living and should accept the responsibility of handling money." She consider herself an "informer" in the field, and has related economics to current events in a weekly radio program, "Your Money." a series which ended In January. She taught for three years at Sir George Williams University but turned to communications because it enabled her to do the things she was interested In without spending too much time away from home. She plans to return to school in the faU and start work on a PhD. POPULATION COUNT NEW YORK Population of Latin America, Including the West Indie, i estimated at about I7S million, or about equal to the current population figure of the United States. 1W. ..I - 'VZl Uwa. While here she is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Graham Crabtree and also spent several days with Mrs. G. H. Waring. ' ' '" , Mr. Victor Saikalry of Montreal accompanied by her two daughters, Linda and Donna, are visiting with her husband's pa renin, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Saikaley. Miss Lorraine Fetterley whose marriage to Mr. J. Robert Wills takes place today was honored by one of her attendants. Miss Lyn White-tide, at a crystal shower. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Lister accompanied by their two children leave on Sunday for London. England where they will reside for the next year. ' Mr. and Mrs. Harold Taylor of London. England, have arrived in Ottawa where they are the guests of Mr. and Mrs.1, William Stark. ...V, f, Miss'N'an Slinn. Mrs. Brian Jenkins and Mrs. Jean Jen- ' kins haye 'been among the hoitesse. who entertained at howers in honor of Miss Wendy Stevens, bride-elect of Saturday, Sept. S. J Mr. and Mrs. Donald Pre-ton entertained members of the Preston-Petrie wedding party at a dinner at The Red Door Restaurant, prior to the wedding last weekend. ' JMrs. Erele Armstrong and hej daughter. Miss Derele Armstrong entertained at a shower honoring Miss Sur-anne Ferguson, a bride-elect of Saturday. Sept. 12. Rev. and Mrs. Harold Watt entertained at a surprise party in honor of Mrs. Matilda Mills, to mark the occasion of her 5th birthday. M n 1:1 1 ' ,11 IT r , , , , f 'VNw I l I " 1 ni4 WiV.y i! i back to Photo by pul Hands! MAYNARD MCHOLDS 1 Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Maynard announce the engagement of ' their daughter. Deidre Denyse, to Gerard Brian ("Hap"), son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerard H. Nicholds. The wedding will take place at Notre Dame Basilica on Oct 3."' school SPECIALS ! PERMANENT the new season. . Your head start One week special for students ONLY. 4 into vftwUAMV UIOI uu Reg. 110 7.95 Students' CUT. SHAMPOO and SET leg. $4 2-5Q Thl U the time to rotuult MR ntZO on the newest trends In Heir etylln. O'Connor at Sparks 232-1717 tret 'Parkins M Tlteen't an 4 csraArk Open Tnnreday an Friday (ventage AMBXSE 1 V What next? School and the smartest classroom fashions ever ... they'll make returning to learning real fun. You'll see them all at Murphy-Gamble's . . . but here's a sprightly sampling, top to bottom: CIRL'S JUMPER in wide-wale corduroy, wineberry, blue or forest green; broadcloth blouse in har-mo nixing shade; sizes 7 to H. tx- ceptional value at, set. 9.95, TEEN'S JUMPER in wide-wale corduroy, wineberry or forest green. Sizes 8 to 14,7.95 White embroidered cotton blouse, 10 to MX, 3.95. CIRL'S SWEATER in easy-care Ban-Ion, white, red, yellow, powder, navy and brown, sizes 8 to 14. 3.95. Pullover, 2.95. - Skirt in wool flannel, red, royal, charcoal, navy; 7 to 14, 5.95. Children's Centre Third floor ! w . V, ' i .