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The Ottawa Citizen from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada • Page 5

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
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Monday, May 9, 1949 THE EVENING CITIZEN, OTTAWA, CANADA Pare 5 Engagements Of Interest MPIIY- Present Spoons At Luncheon Mrs. E. G. Bennett, winner in the silver division, and Mrs. O.

S. Stevenson, winner in the bronze division, were presented with Canadian Ladies' Golf Union spoons at the club's spring luncheon of Rivermead Golf Club held at the clubhouse on Saturday. Mrs. Glenn Strike, president, welcomed members and their guests who numbered 150. The program of golfing activities fj flu aIb fe4ni Elsie Eleanor, to Kenneth Wilson, son of Mrs.

Ida Weatherley and the late W. H. Weatherley of Carp, Ont. The marriage will take place June 18. Mr.

and Mrs. J. A. Stewart of Ottawa announce the engagement of their daughter, Catherine Edith, to Stephen Hrehoriak, son of Mrs. Chinkiwisky and the late Mr.

Hrehoriak of Ottawa. The wedding will take place at All Saints church, Westboro, June 4 at 3 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. J.

Wallace Gibson announce the engagement of their only daughter, Irene Helen Joan, to LAC Ronald Bruce Gie-now. eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. N. Glenow of Yorktown, Sask.

mi i at the club for the season was presented by Mrs. H. L. Beer, cap I 1 I s( iAiAv 'ft The marriage will take place May tain. The following nominating committee was appointed for 1949: Mrs.

B. E. Dolan, Mrs. W. N.

Keenan and Miss Edith Hearnden. The door prizes was won by Miss Rita Gallivan. Following the luncheon, bridge was enjoyed in the lounge, with prizes going to Miss E. Lancaster, Mrs. Scott Murray, and Mrs.

D. Flowers were won by Miss Corinne Lapointe and Mrs. A. G. O'Toole.

VN rt ENGAGED Miss Therese only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerard Theriault, of Ottawa, formerly of Montreal, whose engagement is announced to Claude Lamy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter of Joliette, Que.

Tea Held At Big Quality Offering by Cross's of England Bish ops Court 20. Mr. and Mrs. Perley S. Boyd of Cornwall, announce the engagement of their daughter.

Mar-jorie Elaine, to Robert Joseph Delflno. son of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Delflno of Brooklyn, NY. The wedding will take place June 11 at the rectory of St.

Patrick's Cathedral in New York City. Arthur H. Hall announces the engagement of his elder daughter, Eileen Mabel, to Ethbert (Bert Orville James, son of Mr. and Mrs. Orville James of Stittsville, Ont.

The marriage will take place at St. Paul's Eastern United church June 18 at 3 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. C.

P. Magladry The engagement is announced of Miss Jean Winnifred Garrett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Garrett, of Montreal, to Stanley "William Charles Young, of Ottawa, son of Mr. and Mrs.

Stanley Young of Vancouver, formerly of Edmonton. The marriage will take place June 4 at St. George's United church, Tetreaultvllle. Mr. and Mrs.

Gerard Theriault of Ottawa, formerly of Montreal, announce the engagement of their only (laughter, Therese. to Claude Lamy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Lamy, of Joliette, Que. The engagement is announced of Catherine, daughter of Mrs.

Muriel Gamble, and the late Robert Gamble, of Ottawa, to Harold Rodger Hooper, son of MaJ. and Mrs. H. R. Hooper, of Ottawa.

The marriage will take place June 11 at Southminster United church. Dr. and Mrs. J. H.

Maynard announce the engagement of their only daughter,, to Pierre, ton of Dr. and Mrs. Leon Ar-chambault, of Outremont. The marriage will take place in the chapel of St. Antonin church.

Notre Dame de Grace, Montreal. Saturday. May 14. at 10:30 a.m. The engagement is announced of Elisabeth Janet, daughter of Mrs.

Janet Anderson and the late William Anderson, to John S. Crawford, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. S.

Crawford, all of Ottawa. The marriage will take place at the home of the bride-elect, 158 Car-ling avenue. June 4. Mr. and Mrs.

Stilknan Frizzell, Charlottetown, PEI. announce the engagement of their eldest daughter. Birdena May Elizabeth, to Archibald Henry Radmore, elder on of Mr. and Mrs. A.

P. Radmore, Gatincau. Que. The marriage will take place in Stewarton United church. Ottawa.

June 4 at 4 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. A. Fireman announce the engagement of their youngest daughter.

Lily, to Jackie, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Glushtein. The marriage will take place June 26.

The engagement is announced ef Joan McCarthy of Eastview, only daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. McCarthy, to George, son of Mr. and Mrs.

Fine English Paper Table Napkins Chapter Marks Anniversary Mrs. Hugh Black, regent of the Ottawa Municipal chapter. IODE, was guest speaker at the ninth annual dinner of the National) Memorial chapter held at the! Orange Lantern Inn. Mrs. Black responded to the toast to the order i 65 Package of 100 in Large 15-inch Dinner Size Mrs.

Robert Jefferson and Mrs. F. E. Richens received the guests at the Church Army tea held at Bishop's Court last Frjday. The general conveners were Mrs.

T. W. Cowan and Mrs. W. Hand.

Mrs. C. Johnston received the donations. Mrs. R.

H. Ingram and Miss A. Stafford convened the fancy work table. Those presiding at the tea table were Mrs. Terence Finlay, Mrs.

C. L. G. Bruce. Mrs.

A. E. L. Caufeild, Mrs. Serson Clarke, Mrs.

W. B. Morgan and Mrs. C. G.

Hepburn. Those assisting were Miss Gwen Younghusband, Miss Eileen Ball, proposed by Mrs. H. Shone. She spoke on the work of the order, and stated that because this is the announce the engagement of their daughter Phyllis to Percy W.

(Bud) Mayo, son of Mrs. M. E. Jubilee year of the order, the na Mayo, all of Ottawa. The wed tional annual meeting will be held in Montreal, where the order was founded.

ding will take place at St. Matthew's Anglican church. Saturday, June 4, at 4 p.m. Miss May Donne. Miss L.

A. An derson. Mrs. Claude Vickers and Miss Betty McCagg. The tea table was centered with spring flowers.

Lovely Pastel Colors of Yellow. Grttn. Tink and Blue Individually Folded The British Fair brings back beautiful English paper-ware. Yes, restrictions arc removed and a special buy, right in England results in a value-crammed, exclusive to Murphy's selling Tuesday. Again you'll exult in fine English quality fabric-textured, very absorbent, tear-resistant.

Buy theni for informal summer entertaining, for country home use. Economical, laundry-saving, and really lovely on the table. Special Package of 100 63c Dinner Napkins in pastel colors. Pkg. of 50 35c Pretty Patterns in Napkins 25 for .25 Tea and Luncheon Sets about 12 and 13 in.

In lovely linen-textured paper with embossed borders. Beautiful Willow patterns in blue, gay-colored children's mouJs rA delicately colored llorals. A prize package at 5 Decorations were carried out in red. white and blue, and guests were welcomed by the regent, Mrs. Thomas Moore, and by, Mrs.

D. Robertson, general convener, Toast to the King was proposed by Mrs. Moore. Mrs. C.

W. Mcintosh proposed a toast to the chapter's guests of the evening, which was responded to by Mrs. C. Daze, regent of Silver Jubilee chapter. Bridge was played following dinner.

Ottawa Teachers Attend Meeting A number of Ottawa teachers were among the 140 delegates and observers present at a regional conference for Eastern Ontario of the Ontario Federation of Women's Teachers' Association held in Peterboro. at the weekend. The chairman of the business sessions was Miss Margaret Car-lyle of Westboro. Miss Mary Faulkner of Peterboro. presided at a luncheon meeting, when the guest speakers were Senator Ivan Fallis Bowlers Hold Annual Dinner Members of the bowling club of St.

Brlgid's subdivision. Catholic Women's League, held their annual Mr. and Mrs. H. Racine, Miss G.

Byrne, Mrs. H. O'Connor, Mrs. J. banquet in the parish hall, last week, when Rev.

F. Corkery, M. McGee and Mrs. H. S.

Graham The championship trophy, donated by Aid. Query was pre parish priest, and Aid. St. Ger-maine, and H. Racine, were guest speakers.

Aid. Query was unable to be present. The president, Mrs. Allan Bax sented to the captain of the win ning team. Mrs.

B. Jenkins. Indi and Gordon Frascr. MP. Miss Jean Beach of Ottawa, provincial convener of superannuation, reported- on a new Ontario vidual prizes were distributed to the winning team, and the run- Cross's Paper Doilies ter, welcomed the members and guests, and thanked all those who had contributed to the success of ners-up.

Teachers' superannuation act. Miss Distribution of the bowling the season. prizes was in charge of Mrs. J. J.

Eva Gordon reported as provincial convener of religious education. District officers elected were: Seated at the head were Dempster, Mrs. J. M. McGee and Rev.

Corkery. Mrs. Baxter. Aid. St Vice-president.

Miss Margaret Green of Peterboro; directors, Miss Packages of 16 to 25 for Germaine and Mrs. St. Germaine, Peter Harris of Forbes, Ont. The wedding will take place at Assumption church, Eastview, June 15. Mr.

and Mrs. Herbert A. Plant announce the engagement of their daughter, Gladys Isabel, to Charles Gordon Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Archibald Anderson ol Montreal.

The marriage will take place June 11 at St. Matthew's church. Mr. and Mrs. George F.

Ardlry of Ottawa announce the msaee-ment of their youngrst daughter, .25 Mary MacDonald of Ottawa, Miss Eva Gordon of Ottawa. Miss V. Elizabeth Headrick, Miss Lillian Mrs. H. S.

Graham. Special awards were as follows: High cross, Mrs. Benoit: high single, Mrs. B. Jenkins and high average, Mrs.

J. J. Doolan. Following the banquet, a social evening was enjoyed. The door prize, donated by Aid.

St. Germaine, was won by Miss M. Montgomery of Renfrew. Miss Tate, Miss Jean Beach. Miss Alice Corbett of Cobourg: legislation Butler.

Miss Mary MacDonald. Miss Doris Gilhuly. Miss Ruth convener, Miss Muriel Kerr of Ot tawa. Cairns. Miss Eva Gordon.

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