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The Ottawa Citizen from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada • 33

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THE OTTAWA CITIZEN Page 33 Friday, September 25, 1953 IT M- Club Activities Ogilvys Offers and Jr. Boys 17 Parent Teacher Association of Our Lady of the Ann'inciation Parish, Hull. Other officers elected are: past president, W. B. Amsden; first vice-president, Harold Page; second vice-president, V.

E. Vac Zant; secretary, P. H. Aykroyd; treasurer, Joseph Rivoux. Rev.

Gerald Fogarty -was guest speaker. Mrs. Alex Potvin presided at a meeting of Our Lady of Good Counsel Subdivision of St. Mary's Parish held in the parish hall. Mrs.

Vincent Kea-ley read the secretary's report and Mrs. John McCann presented the treasurer's report. Rev. Alphonsus O'Neill welcomed the ladies of St. Anne Society.

Plans were made for a turkey dinner to be held jointly with Mrs. Charles Strang as convener October 8 in the parish hall. 4 A aim nri- to fct Tea For Nixon Mrs. Walter Cole wiil be the convener cf the six'h annual dance of the Ottawa Modern Jewish School to be held in the Assembly Hall, Lansdowne Park on Saturday, November 7. Assisting Mrs.

Cole will be Mrs. Abe Palmer, Mrs. Andy Andras, Mrs. Philip Cohen, Mrs. Judah Kershman and Mrs.

Gordon Iuterman. Miss Elva Hewitt, nurse-director of the Canadian Moth-ercraft Society, was guest speaker at tne opening fall meeting of the Natural Childbirth Association of Ottawa held yesterday evening. Miss Hewitt gave a summary of the Mid-West Parentcraft Association Conference she attended in Chicago. Mrs. A.

L. Gibson gave an illustrated talk on her trip to Ceylon with the Women's Institute at the first meeting of the fall season of the Carleton Memorial United Church WA. Mrs. N. C.

Mallock presided. Plans were made for the annual bazaar and tea to be held October 31. Mrs. D. A.

Hyde-Clarke, 578 Gainsborough Avenue, will be hostess at a tea and money shower be held September 26 from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. by the Ottawa Medical Secretaries Association. Among those ing will be Mrs. George Nelms, Mrs.

Douglas Peart, Mrs. Hector Featherston. E. P. Schafer was elected president at a meeting of the John'; Ukrainian Hall, the couple left on a tour of Niagara Falls, Toronto and points in the United States.

To travel the bride donned a pala grey suit with a three-quarter length coat and navy blue accessories. A corsage bouquet of red roses enhanced her outfit. The couple will live in The Ron. Ellen Fairclough, Minister of Immigration and Citizenship, assisted in receiving the guesti at a tea held for Win Nixon, Conservative candidate for the Russell by-election, at the home of Mrs. Adrienne Laroche.

From left to right are, Mrs. Wib Nixon, Mrs. Fairclough, Mr. Nixon and Mrs. LaRoche.

The more than 140 guests were greeted at the door by Mrs. Gordon Laverne and Mrs" Roland Colonnier. Photo by Rapid Crip and Batten COATS 21-95 24-95 Sizes 4 to 6x Sizes 2 to 3x Kachura-Spack Wedding Held In Ukrainian Church Shriners' Ladies Club Entertained Mrs. C. T.

Tuck and Mrs. A. H. Hagar entertained members of the Laurentian Shriners' Ladies Club at Miss Westgate Restaurant Mrs. L.

F. Crothers presided at the meeting. Mrs. Robert McElroy and Mrs. D.

G. Mc-Phail gave reports on club activities. Mrs. M. W.

Killen thanked the hostesses. The October meeting will be at the home Of Mrs. R. V. Bra-bazon, Aylmer.

St. John's Ukrainian Catholic Church was the scene of the marriage of Jeanne Marie Spack and Michael Steven Ka-chura. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Spack of Cheminis, Ont.

The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Kachura of Osgoode Station. Rev. Vladimer Shewchuck officiated at the 2 p.m.

ceremony with the church choir attending. The bride was given in marriage by her brother, Nick Spack. She was attended by the sister of the Mrs. Nicholas Larchenko as matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Jane Greichen, Miss Aeline Complete stocks of winter coats come see the selection 32.95 39.95 Sizes 7 to 12 Preteens 8 to 14x 18,95 to 39-95 26-95 to 49-95 Autumn Shades decoration For Kelly-N or mand Vows Here's a choice grouping of quality coats for children.

Ogilvy's has one of its largest selections in years may we suggest you visit the store Saturday and shop around you'll buy. Repeat of A Previous Sellout Special! Jr. Boys' Windbrcakers Washable suede windbreakers for junior boys In sizes 4 to 6x. Styled with knitted cuffs, neck and waistband. Strong zipper closing, two slash pockets.

Warmly lined. Featured at Jr. Boys' Wear, Third Floor Also in the West End Branch, Phone: CE 6-4511 Local 320 or 330 Illustrated is a Girl's three-piece set of wool velour, lined leggings, fur trimmed collar on coat, sizes 2 to 3x. 32.95 Illustrated is a Boy's three-piece suburban coat set coat, lined leggings and helmet all wool material, sizes 4 to 6x 22.95 End Branch A 1 FCyf? Lancaster, Miss Elaine Miss Lillian Monk. Miss Paula Giroux, niece of the bride, was flowergirl.

Kornell Chaykowski was best man. Ushers were Mike Pry-tula, Bob Nolan, Peter Moro-zuk. Bill Mendunk. For her marriage the bride wore a gown of lace over nylon net and taffeta designed with a square neckline in front, forming a in the back. The skirt was scalloped, decorated with bows of sequins.

A matching headdress of pearls and sequins held her fingertip veil. She carried a bouquet of red roses and white stephanotis. Following a reception at St. lon tulle fashioned the bride's gown with fitted bodice, scoop neckline, lilypoint sleeves and bouffant skirt. She wore a shoulder length veil and carried a cascade bouquet of Pin-occhio mums and pink roses.

After a reception at Chez Henry Hotel the couple left for a honeymoon in Montreal and the Laurentians. The bride's travelling ensemble was an olive green suit with brown Canadian mink, rust-colored accessories and a corsage bouquet of Talisman roses. Mr. and Mrs. Kelly will live in Ottawa.

Wedding Church a pearl and lace scalloped tiara She wore a baby-pearl necklace and earrings and carried a cascade bouquet of white carnations and ivy. Following a reception in the St. Andrew's Church Hall, Cumberland, the couple left for Algonquin Park, Niagara Falls and the United States. To travel the bride wore a moss green linen dress with beige accessories and a black duster coat. The couple will live in Ottawa.

CWL Group Vlans Tea The first general meeting of St. Ignatius Council, CWL, formerly Our Lady of the Presentation Council, was held recently at the home of the president. Mrs. Arthur Casey. Plans were made for a membership tea at the home of Mrs.

Frank Warren, 38 King George Street, on Sunday, October 18. from 3 to 6 p.m. Rev. Raymond Burke, spiritual director, gave a talk on the spiritual benefits derived from being member of the league. The next general meeting will be held on October 14 at the home of Mrs.

Walter Byrne. Big Game? lt'1. FUR COAT FUR JACKET from a Wonderful Selection Quality Furs at Budget i'rlces from ONE STORE ONLY CE 2-4207 trCL tDINQ IATI KDAVI lh I'ltf rn'K'f tt Brirrr in Nifholai the best shoes yon can buy are the best buy! Visit Opvy's Boys' and Young Men's Shop Third Floor for Duality OUTERWEAR We Suggest CHILDREN'S SHOES Miss Monique Normand, daughter of Mrs. Lina Normand exchanged wedding vows with Ronald Kelly in St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church, before Rev.

Stuart Gordon. Mrs. Agnes Kelly is the mother of the groom. Autumn colored mums decorated the church for the ceremony. The bride was escorted up the aisle by her brother, J.

Louis Normand, and attended by Miss Helen Rodier and Mrs. Gerry Leahy. John Kelly was best man and ushers were Gerry Leahy and Richard Kelly. White Chantilly lace and ny Eggert-Scharfe In Cumberland St. Andrew's United Church, Cumberland, was the scene of the marriage of Gladys Lillian Scharfe and Werner Kurt Eg-gert on Saturday.

The bride is the daughter ol Robert Scharfe of Cumberland and the groom is the son of Fritz Eggert of Germany and the late Mrs. Eggert. Rev. G. H.

Dunlop officiated at the 2.30 p.m. ceremony, performed against a setting of baskets of pink gladioli and white mums. Mrs. Percy Find-lay played the wedding music and Mrs. Everett Bacon was soloist.

The bride was given in marriage by her father and attended by Mrs. Lester Edwards as matron of honor. Miss Doreen Beaton was bridesmaid and Miss Scharfe, niece of the bride was flowergirl. Allan Findlay was best man. Ushers were Bill Hare and Ernold Alexander.

Nylon Organza For her marriage the bride wore a floor-length gown of white nylon organza embroidered with lovers' knots. The neckline was decorated with medallions of lace. The gown was worn over layers of net and satin. Her layered shoulder length veil of tulle illusion was held by Going to the t--1 156 RIDEAU STREET OPEN DA11.T A.M. TO I P.M.

FREE PARKING al ft if of during Ogilvy's offers an outstanding selection the colder months ahead. We've listed and a few of the many items available. by Savage Priced from 5.50 to 8.05 Young Men's Sub Zero Coats Lightweight, hardwearing coat for the young man. Made of 100 hand washable nylon, these coats feature two large I fi slash and a zippered sleeve pocket. Five button "1 1 front that conceals heavy zipper.

Storm cuffs. Navy and if charcoal. Sizes 34 to 40. Priced it 1 Boys Sub Zero Coats Willi Hidden Hood Children need good shoes and we carry only Savage and Packard shoes shoes built for long wear, of quality leathers on fitted lasts. Ogilvy's specializes In the correct fitting of children's shoes, so buy for your family now.

Children's Shoes, Third Floor and West and Packard Last Day FALL SHOES 10.95 MEN'S This coat is the same as the one for young men, but with an all-important zip in hidden hood that doubles as extra protection in the back when not in use. This hoodwinker lined hood is wonderful protection from the cold weather. Blue and charcoal, sizes 10 to 18 years. Priced it of garments for wear illustrated but 24-95 9.95 19.95 Boys' 100 Nylon Windbrcakcrs zm Waterproof and warm nylon windbreakcr with nylon fleece liner. Features two slash pockets, full zipper closure, adjustable button cuff.

Charcoal, blue and red colours, sizes 8 to 18. Special at Boys' All Wool Lodcn Coat The coat with the hidden hood yes, the hood zips in at the back when not in use, is attached to the coat and therefore won't be dimsplaced, Heavier 'ype coat that assures the wearer of lots of warmth when needed. Zipper front and three button closure. Interlined and quilted to silk. Two flap pockets.

Charcoal and Ivy stripe, sizes 8 to 18 years. Priced at Regular 14.93 Save $1.00 a pair Boys' Shop, third floor and West End Branch Young Men's shop, third floor Still a good selection of these quality shoes offered at the sale price of 1095. Saturday is the last day. Calf and kip leathers, Goodyear welted oxfords built on proven comfort lasts. Men'g Shoos, 11S Bidcau Street.

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