The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa,  on April 2, 1964 · Page 22
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Ottawa, Canada
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Thursday, April 2, 1964
Page 22
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v r yr f A ri Chapters Organize Spring Galerjdqr 'Following the annual , meeting of the Muni- cipal Chapter . Imperial Order ; Daughters of . the- Empire, conveners elected were- Mrs. James Mel- jorassistant services; Mrs. A R. ip: ""Mmeeiy. Earnscllffe Chapter met at the home " of Mrs. George, ' on ICy)E scholarshiri. winners attending universities and doing post graduate work. ' -, : . At , a meeting of National "Memorial Chapter held at LaurentianHouse members volunteered to ' assist at Civic Flosp tal Srjack Bar. , Mrs. Robert iStanley-Smith 'reported on. fund-raising projects and Mrs.-' W; K. O'Flanagan.- and . Miss Mar-jorie Robinsqn were named project convener. ; ' Mrs. George Mudd reported on knitted articles ' received and other reports-were submitted by Mrs. Thomas Moore. Mrs. H. . G. Sprouje. Mrs. W. A. Kriigef and Mrs. D. S. Robertson. .. '. - ." . At a meeting ofLauxea.. NATURAL RANCH I.1HIK JACKETS Only 'membershipi'."Mrt. R. . Ray-' mont.Royai OttawaSaoa- torium; Mrs.. F. H. Fox. hos- Gardner and Mrs. R. WL-. pitality, anU Mrs. E. T. P. Skeat presentedJier rerjqrlWennberg, public . relations. l Money was voted to help students : at V-Akaitcho . HaU, Yellowknife. to supply books - for the library at Fort .Simpson School.. : NWT, and to jsend a student r to , Camp Davern. - "' . A meeting, of members' of the Colonel By Chapter was , held at the home, of the re; gent,- Mrs. . CarltonV Rowe.. Members '"decided not to undertake the cricket .; teas this season. . . . v ;.' -. v Mrs '-T. S. W. Cheesman, -Mrs.' R. M. Allan and Mrs. R. J. M. Allan were hostesses at a meeting of mem-, bers of Lorraine Chapter, held at , Mrs. Cheesman's : . home - Mrs.: B. ;' G. Birchall. xecenu will . renresent the tian Chapter held in Lauren-chaptert the provincial an-tian . House conveners ap- nual meeting in Hamilton, pointed were:- ' ' .' . . ' . - .- , . Mrs. B. M. Currie, citizen- Mrs; H. G.'Sproule spoke ship; Mrs. w,. E. Bennett. v at a meeting ofArnhem From "The House ThatFtir Built" " A Slim Jaunty Mink Jacket That Blossoms Out Every Hour of. The Day ' , " . NATURAL WILD MINK JACKETS or ' :.vv'..--x:-Jr-" t-4 ltn,.- v if.'iA rsJmt tn Terms: 24 Months to Pay DWORHIfJ FURS LTD. 256 RIDEAU ST. 232-4213 Chapter, held at tbe home of 7 y Yegent. Mnr.r R. Lr- 6li6ttr 7 A xpffee party and jale of floral arrangements wtltfee- held . April 14 itahe home of Mri. G. .G. Anderson, 16 Sherwood Drive. It wai moved that a donation be made to the VWCA Camp Davern at a meeting of the Ottawa MemorialSil-' Yer Cross .Chapter, held at the horn of Mrs. H. U. Mc-Crum. ' "- ;:" -" v. -i r V T, l . f Mrs. Gordon- Wright, ana hospitality'; Mrs. a MeCulloch Allan. pianist;'r Mrs G MUlward. Mrs. H. Mrs J. H. Simpsyn. Red,,Cross Wood donors: Mrs. a. Boehnier will convene the RrxmeJTXnrelitiiin House' secretary, and -Mrs. C. ; coffee party to he held in A: Bounsall, Laurentian House-treasurer." . -1 ' Laurentiar House on . Apnr Mrsv E. S. Brand was appointed official dele.-; 15. ''Mrs.. J. J. McCann as- gate, from Municipal Chapter to the- Pfdvincialr is'pd the hostess with re--Chapter of Ontarto annual meeting to beheld4n; . ' freshments. ; . - - : naiuwiuu, o, io any ji. I? , K ."The "rood used clothing' -sales w'l be held April 16 in the Masonic Hall, it was announced at it meeting of the Lady Pertey Chapter. Mrs. D. Gordon Blair presided, and the hostess, Mrs. E. . Hoare. was assisted by Mrs. T. A. Johnstbn. A donation of i50 was made to : the Ottawa Youth Orchestra. . ; . . ; . -v. ... M Marilyn J5wiuer was hostess to members .of Silver Jubilee Chapter, at a meeting in her home. Miss - Ethel R6nan; educatiohanedretary. mailed maps, games and Easter treats for the children of the adopted school at Webbwood. ' , ' s - r-. '.;' ;' The Countess of Ashburn- ham Chapter held an anniversary dinner at the home of Mrs. W. S. Walker, Mrs. W. H. Donnelly, presided. Mrs. H. Humcrsn.' past regent, was' presented with a gift in appreciation of her leadership. Mrs.-D B. Cameron was hostess to members of Lord-Dundonald Chapter at a meeting held in her home, Mrs. Roy M. Watt presided. The sum of S25 was sent to needy patienta at the T?oyaI Ottawa Sanatorium! Members-voted to adopt ; a school in Newfoundland. The meeting of Wing Commander Guy Gibson VCChap-ter was held at the home of Mrs. J. A. Teeter. Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Locke gave a talk ' on .Japan, illustrated with slides. Additional plans were made for the chapter's' baby equipment rental aervice now in, operation. Mrs. Haines Entertains Bride-elect - Mrs. E.. D. Ha i net enter-- tained , at a tea for Miss Audrey Hamilton, whose marriage - to Mr. -, Geoffrey Ernest Haines takes place on Saturday. , ; ".. Pouring were Mrs. W. D. ; McL ChristieJMrs Harry Ploughman, Miss -M a r y i Thompson, Mrs. Ralph Ben-! nett. Mrs. J.. H. Grant, Mrs. j Maurice Haycock, Mrs. J. H. i Boyce and Mrs. S. G. Cameron. s- ' , ; "Assisting were Misses ' Leslie. . Gail and Susan Hutchingame, Mrs. T. "H. Hutchingame. Mrs. W. H. Blatchly. Mrs. Robert Abra, Miss Mary Christie.' Miss Sonja Ploughman. Mrs. Lawrence .Seasons, Miss Sandra . Boyce, Miss Margaret Haines i and Mrs. Fred Du'Vernet. . .. ti READY-MADE DRAPES "New "Tatterns! .. New. Colors f An exciting new-"; shipment of Ready - Made Drapes just arrived! Tailored with custom precision - all a. FULL 95 INCHES LONG! . -Single Width Double Width HE '.95 ' 137 BANK . 236-9758 Triple Width mm .95 Fabrica include plain shades with textured. Boucle finish, and keveral Antique Satin or Mohair Pjfyrta. 7iri n delightful color and pattern range. ; V EVERY PAIR FULLY-LINED , RIOPEUE FABRIC CENTRES V WESTCATE X A,." v. ": FA - 1 ' 1 . ' ' Shop -Thursday 9.15 to 6 Friday 9.15 to 9 t night I,.- (I I- '"'layaaa V ...... . i . - . ' i - WV' V -22 TIIH'OTTAWA JOURNAL JtriUnSDAY, APRIL 2, 1964 r - - DISTRICT On iCERS MEET ON JHE SEASON'S SMARTEST mm Tremendous Values in New Spring Coats ', . . a "must on the. "hopping list for the office girls' many splendored and many coated wardrobe and for style conscious teenagers and Judget minded f t'i X, V-women Ir general. A POST-EASTER FEATURE VALUE at y una nunarea ana riny l SELECTED COATS FABRICS: v BOUCLES ' HONEYCOMBS FROSTED WOOLLENS TWEEDS WORSTEDS And ,.. . the' season's smartest styles In navies, blacks and sun-lit soft pastels . . . pinks, blues,' yellows, aquas, etc. s ? ; . A: HIGHER PRICED COATS t Regularly Priced $39.95 to SI 49.93. On Sale at Rainy Day Fashions ! TRIM SMART NOVELTY RAINWEAR SPECIALLY SELECTED : ; ' IN TWO GROUPS - 7 Reg. $16.95 to $25 $' 1 - Reg. $25 to $29.95 ' 1- i LIMITED one hundred rideiu stree). thru to besterer r- , V.. .. .. .' :Sr ' At ;heir meeting iWednesday - members of the r'escott-Russc'll L'L'nion Catholiques des Fermleres madia plane for .their program this year including .participation in the Central Canada Ex hibif ion. With the speaker, Mr. Lionel . Marleau. atVright, is Rev. Louis-Leon Bin et. chaplain, and Mrs. J: Charles Leduc. regional 1 chairman. SAVE! LIMITED 9 vr. OR OPF.V i Sol M C hri or r.H.A. - ArrnMni ' ' " '' NEW BXTCMten TERMS nn.B A. (Bud(etcl Prrmnnpnl Monthly Account) FREE PARKING at I pirklnc lota on B'rtr . Rtrrrt. w will validate your narklnc UrkM and piraa vu tna Entranra for 'your convenience. m v ' i ' ,un ew la oves . ' Discreet I detailing .'t'i white gloves-a fresh and ininealr. v fj Midarm and, bracelet lengths are ornamented ith-a scalloped, crocheted edging.,, cut work ovals' adorned ith small roues or .insets of nar. row grosgrain ribbon new in. place With fagoting. ., r Shorties, io wear.' when' irs warm enoughto forget coats, have crocheted netting and rotes at the wrist or an over-. all pattern of embroidered "evelefrTbe -clusters-of -eve lets ugg a delicate floral pattern. . YOUNG COUNTRY About 45 per cent of the total population ot Mongolia is under UounuU Photo by Dominion Wide) l8 years of age. V SALE . of Th price (rnnp of til ttfiwi . . . ninioimi from SIS SS to SM.tS . itUmr ana atu-um drnt. POST -V I " '' ' tniirnal Warit ' Ai hrinn "SHOPPJNCv :3 - IS A PLEASURE AT .V Frt uioDtr fatkini .-J e xnv Uownluno Lot,'..' ; 147 RIDEAU ST. - . rfj. ' LITTLE; FURS FOR SPillNQ IPS 179 Rldeau Street 233-SsW - ' " - - ' i 7 s presents THURSDAY, FRIDAY. SATURDAY ... a P-O-S-T E-A-S-T-E-R OPEN : ; r FRIDAY NIGHT: Easter Clearance of TILL 9 P.M. A DRESSES in two special groups for this SOL MAX POST-EASTER CLEARANCE Hundreds of fresh, crisp spring into summer" dresses . . a timely event for budget minded shoppers. -..-:.:'..' NEW FABRICS ' NEW STYLES' r. SIZES JJ - 19, S - 20 t croup i. : Markdowna and manufacturers. . Reg. $12.98 to $19.95 special clearances. GROUP 2. - Including many sample, one-ol-i kind dresses. LOOK FOR I SALE STARTS ; Two-piece, three-piece . . . even four-piece . . in the new ense'mhle.ef 9.t5 A.M. f frrts SOI. MAX "talknoUbe town" I suits reduced from, regular stock for this grcaUFnsf Easier event! V 4 f:y - .. r "rr.,,.'- .-, V- -.. v-t .... . i : -429.95 to $118,95 -On Sale at to SOI MAX

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