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April 1, 1964

The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 30

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Wednesday, April 1, 1964
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J .!.. i i. -. a. - .-' .' V ' So 1 . .. ;' - :r -,: - -r - tre OTrwA JouRNALv ' . ;U . r : '-Wednesday, april uiim fy yackieoogStill?! WASHINGTON; tfC1hT Jackie look is still very much . Jn evidence .around the "White House. The ;' sleeveless,- two-piece costume made famous by. Mrs. John F. Kennedy is. m ' i 1 . " .f m the 1 , V . -m :r if i n ' a- f J., a.-.- Jn....U... do moof the White House nr General 'received.' on If V- "'' , ' V ' : I 71 V V I ' .; I General received,' on: rmstrong gnd lSichardson u . .1 1 ' ' - V - ; Ml 1 -; ' . , V- " 4 '-Extra -mI, : " o n " '' ' . Charge 1 P Bop Beige - . .: ; I o Black -y . : more yqu u'Cr tnem. i)ie more vou love, thi for city. ani Cuxfiy "ts irrYou'll kfit?w there's something special ? about these smart I - little "Contours" ' ; : the minute you - put them on (.. They're A so soft, so light, so amazingly flexible. ' 3 STORES TO SERVE YOU cind ichardson fid. 79 Sparks Street - r '; . ; : Carlingwood Plata , s Billings Bridge Plaza ' His Excellency the Governor Tuesday, the Ambassador. of Spain jwho took. leave upon, appointment of Spain in (Ottawa,- The Ambassador remained to luncheon with Their Fxcel-7nciei.:..v- - V ; ' The Governor General re-. cexea Lor Baiiliew. . vat, ' CGM. . who remained to tea ., onTuesdav. . '. he Ambassador, o? . Italy. BarOn Carlo de s Salzano, entertained at lunch-eon ar the Embassy residence i in honor of the Amb'tssadoV-of lreand and' Mrs. W. P. Fay who lea v e Ottawa shortly to take up their new appojntment in Washington. , .'. "' ' 1 V, ' ' Mrs. Maria Jesus Busta- mante.'wife of Dr. Jose .Luis --Bustamante y. Rivero, former president of Peru and a judge., of the International Courf of. Justice in; The Hague. is visiting Ottawa as guest of the , Peruvian Ambassador' i and Mrs. Max de La Fuente. J .'.-! . Vice -Admiral ' ind Mn, ' H. T. W, Grant - and their daughter, Mrs. have returned C, L. Gill, to Ottawa after ; two-eek Winter vaifation cruise to the West Indies, . , ' . , . .. . Dr. and Mrs: J.. L Coupal and Mr. Charles Coupal have returned after spending the Easter weekend at the Ritz Carlton Hotel in .Montreal. - ' - .. ,'!; ' ,. Mrs.." Peter Conroy, of Rivers Man., accompanied by 1ier two young children, ii , spending a short time with - her "parents. Mr. and - Mrs. -J.JF. imard.1 ,. ' .i . .' , - ; - Miss Suzanne Lyon, whose , marriage will take place on Saturday, was entertained at a miscellaneous shower given by Mrs. Richard Finigan. Mrs. William Jv Kelley has returned ..tto her home in Sault Ste.' Marie after visiting here with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Richard . J. White. Mrs. Kelley, formerly of .Ottawa, is en route home after having ' DOWXTOWN -,. 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WrtnuxliT, April lat U JtBrdy, April 4th r Downtown -Only .- ' ',' r : ' . .. J-T r- ' j Trtiman'n Cosmetics, Street Floor, Downtown and WtstgaU ', , i , ' - -' .1 mm W IPOLY(XMjOI , I CKAM I ' ,1- . ''V - .-t ' y 0 t r if m 1 w -m - . . - 3 flinnii;hino hie .nnninl. I l 7-.T .- -A2 t ' a. . I . ' : .-.!, . I .-' I S ' - t I - I relinquishing his TT. ment as Ambassador-Extra- J lT y "Nfr? --'j X , J--Lf '.- I I I. J I v . ordyajrvnd Plenipotentiary I J : 7: '(S ?;' ' ' ' ' ' l V tirr-k 1 1 ' Y' '"' ' I M A as Ambassador-Extra ordijajrv andPlenip'y ent iary :P1-r - c? A' I spent the past five -months In British Guiana and onN a' craise through the Caribbean. - . Mrs, Patricia E. Donaldson Jones, of Aylnier,-has returned after spending . the . Winter months inMiami, Fla. ' ; :' "' . -. '; . -':'' , Mrs! Fred DiTVernet and Mrs. Ross Richardson were hoste&ses at a miscellaneous ahower held at the former's home, in honor . of Miss Audrey Hamilton whose mar-' riage takes, place on Saturday. - v, Among those from outof-' town -who will be attending the . King-Rounding wedding Cole Cook , on Saturday are Miss Wendy Cliff, of Burlington, Vt.; Miss Beryl Bevington. : Hamilton; Miss Donna Geddes,. New. Liskeard; Miss Marjone Gun- . r therr Cornwall, an4rMr." and-: Mrs. J. E. King, Cooksville. ' Miss Jean McLean and Miss Jean Casselman were ' hostesses at a miscellaneous shower for Miss Gail Trimble. 'bride-elect of Saturday,wherr she was honored by her office associates of the Transport department " .The Girl Guides: ., and kBrownie'Of Uie 97th Company, took part in a Cbm- murnon breakfast at St. Thomas Aquinas Roma Engagements ... 1 t I ':'AX(iLICAN GIRLS VISIT OBSERVATORY : Among the teenaged girls here to take part inHhe Ottawa Diocese Anglican Girls" Auxiliary Spring "Festival are Miss Stephanie Langley, l e f t,. of Pembroke, and Mkss: ', Valerie Timmins. right, of Deep River., They were.hotogFaph4w-4-t h; Miss Roslyn. Hale, centre, of St; Stephen' Anglican Church, Ottawa, when theytpured the Dominion Observatory Tuesday ? night,.' .The festival, which takes place today-and Thurs- day. includes drama,; singing and dancing competitions, About 300 -girls aretaking, lJourhl Photo by Domtntop VI Catholic ChurchRev. Eugene Lalonde was among those taking part in the program. ' y -The Natural Childbirth ' Associat ton- "ia sponsoring a- .seven-week charm course, beginhing-Thttrsday " evening at 8.15 p.m. at the Ottawa, r East Community Centre on Main Street, and -Hawthorne Avenue. - ;'" .'- Grenfell Tea j - Mr. and Mrs. Llovd Robert Cole of Hull.'' Oue.wish to announce the engagement of their only daughteryrlene Helen, to Maxwell Ernest Cook, aon of Mrs NellieyB. Cook - . jor iaint Jonn. ,NB; Marriage to Jake place atCushman Memorial Presbyterian Church on Saturday. May 9. at J p.m. . - rntfmm ana Waain( -- nnnpnrrmfiylt ana rlrii f wrdrtmii may bt plarrd tn IB Snrlal Pll'l ii le pvr wr4. Plrlorri will be foubllttird at SIS rr tlnil clnmn and tit Dtt dn plclnr 1" p: r'l" will b charged - villoma lib, and It a woM fr all ra ndrr tht. plriura ' For lurthrr Info Mln Allen. tJS-IIIIICit. SS. Clastlllfd ciilumn it tit per nailer. lailnn call Department - o Be Held - : ed., April 29 The annual Spring tea of the -Grenfelt: Association of Ottawa will be held at Knox Presbyterian;Church on Wednesday, April' 29,.frpm 2.30 to-5 p.m. Mrs. L' R, Gisborne and Miss5aithness Sutherland will be'eonvenefs. ' Articles which: have been made by interested women's groups for missions In Labrador and Newfoundland writhe placed j?n. display. .Officers of the organs tion have also- invited their friends to bring baby clothing, dressing gowns for srriall children, small books, games and scrapbooks to be sent to the missions. . X. 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