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Wednesday, October 13, 1937
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QUIET WEDDING OF MISS O'NEIL Become Brldt 4 Mjr Harry Stoma, of the Cuneroa HtfhUndert of Ottawa. T interest and quiet charm was the marriage of Florence Eileen, youngest daugh-t e r of M r a. O Neil and the late James S. O'Neil, to Major Harry Sloman, the Cameron Highlanders ot Ottawa, youngest son of Mrs. Sloman and the late William Sloman. of Itton Manor, Spreyton. Devonshire. England, which took place quietly at the residence of the bride's sister and brother-in-law. Colonel jnd Mrs. W. B. M-gloughlin, the Driveway, on Tuesday, at high noon, Rev. Canon R. W. Turley officiating. The bride was married in a brown tai!r:?d suit with brown ; accessories .:i a top coat of natural kasi.m.r with beaver collar and cuffs. Major and Mrs. Sloman left on cruise to the West Indies, and will take up residence at 155 Gilmour street on their return. Britannia Church Sapper. . - Britannia United Church concluded its anniversary services with a supper on Tuesday night when about 300 guests were present Fall blooms decorated the hall and the supper was convened by Mrs. Stuart Whyte, assisted by the members of the Women's Association. Rev. Norman Coll, of Parkdale United Church, was the speaker for the evening. Rev. Dr. L. S. ' Hughson, pastor, was chairman for the program, which was in charge of Mrs. A. E. Hueston. ' " Others on the program were, Miss Thelma Lewis, Mrs. Gladys Seeley Browne, Alen .Keith, Mrs. R. M. Allan, Allan Ullico, while accompanists- .were Mrs. A. S. Merrikin, Miss Thelma Llllico and Mrs. F. G. BronskilL RITT'S St TEA CUP READING By MADAME BEATTTE Arur B-eains: I U IJS Ma.. to It j .. Muzanina Fteor Onlv FB PF N chara lor th( UWtt TEA GARDEN Bwtaurant and Soda CrUL 14 IFAUI ST. fee tee Saeeaea ot Tost ruty LET US DO ; THE CATERING rne um .mant r inim imt ; o tako ail roapaoalMUty. Can C east : MORRISON-LAMOTHE BAKU u4 CATBBBBS ASSORTED FAMILY LAUNDRY i - 20 """51.00 ; Including S Shirts Bafiaad reee to wm VAIL'O QCEEN iMS Bay your compleU Fall apparel on our Deferred Payment Plan. SHAFFER'S I4$-I4t BIDBAO IT. UMTIt STOP. 0ABY'S COlQ DEFOaE IT GETS WORSE . A FIREMAN will tell you bit Bras an KtUa ftres when they Mart. That's why they always hurry to pot them ouC Docl let your baby's little cold develop Into a "bit cold" or something wo no. Be h i hurry ta check It. Let Mrs. G , of Winona, On I, tell yon how. "I have five healthy children and mod Baby's Own Tiblrt for all of three. Wbea I tr a cold coening on, I srva tba tabkuiwl b a day or to they art quits veil again. I think there is nothing better." Baby's Own Tablets are safe tad sore In their actio. Tbry correct tba caM of Baby's trouble. Yet tbey are turfy fro from opiates or stupefytng drugs. Aa analyst . report Is given on eat package. - - '. r frJiM la rtmtAnm an teetniae i troubles, coostipstioa, simple fever, diarrhoea, epset ttomarh, colic and mfrmUinL IrriUbilit V. aimPBi croup and other of "baby" ailments. Your drurrf will return yoormonev If you are not sstUfied with BabyTi Owa Tablets. Try then, IS cent. Cronsberry Richardson T. JOHN'S Ang-lican Church was the seen of a very quiet wedding on Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock when Flora Amelia, young est daughter of the late A. ' E. Richardson and Mrs. Richardson, became the bride of Alexander Macleod Cronsberry,, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Cronsberry, all of Ottawa. Rev. Northcote Burke performed the ceremony . in the presence of the Immediate families only. ; . The bride looked charming in a gown of Hunter's green crepe, with Camelian trimmings, made on simple lines. Her hat, shoes and gloves were, of Camelian shade. She wore a corsage of deep red Bettertimes roses. Mes. Richardson, mother of the bride, wore a dress of brown crepe Romalne with matching hat Her corsage bouquet was of pale pink Briarcllffe roses. Mrs. P. R. Cronsberry, mother of the bridegroom wore a gown of Dubonnet shade made on tunic style with hat to match. Her corsage bouquet was of Briarcllffe roses. ' Immediately following the cere mony the couple left on a motor trip. The bnde travelled in a smart model coat of Hunter's green shade with trimmings of beaver. Mitchell -G ye. ; In a setting of Autumn flowers and foliage at Zion Presbyterian Church, Torrance, Ont, Saturday, ' tne marriage of Miss Amy Eliza- ! beth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gye, of Toronto, and Mr. Frank V, son of Mrs. W. H. MacLean, of : Ottawa, and the late Frank Mitch ell, was solemnized by Rev. Mar shall Hislip, of Penetanguishene. Given in marriage by her uncle. Geo. R. Jertin, of Torrance, the bnde wore a gown of ivory lace. cut on princess lines, with shoulder length veil with wreath of orange blossoms, and carried bronze "mums." Miss Justina Jestin was her cousin's maid of honor, and Miss Margaret Walker, .of Islington, was bridesmaid. They wore period gowns of fuchsia blue satin with caps to match, and carried bronze baby "mums." The flower girl, dressed in yellow silk, was Miss-ElizabetlrWalk-er, of Islington. ; Mr. Ross Taylor, of Montreal, was best man, and Mr. Wilfred Dodd, of Torrance, and Mr. Murray Neal, ot Shatford. were ushers. The wedding music was played by Mr. Hum. Wilkin . rMm. ' - - - .... mm, v. twivimn , During the signing of the register. Mr. ana Mrs. W. Walker, of Islington, sang "Oh Promise Me." r, A reception for about 60 guests was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. R. Jestin. The guests were received by Mrs. Gye, wearing flowered grey silk, assisted by Mrs. MacLean. in blue silk crepe. After the toasts had been responded to, Mr. Walker sang "Because," and Mrs. Walker sang "I Love You Truly." The bride and bridegroom later left on a motor trip, the bride travelling in a green ensemble with brown accessories. Mr. and Mrs. Mitch ell will reside in Ottawa." Among the out-of-town guests were: Mrs. H. w. MacLean and Miaa Jean, of Ottawa: Mr. Ross Taylor, Montreal; Mr. and Mrs. Walker. and the Misses Elizabeth and Margaret Walker, ot Islington; Mr. Hume WUklns, Mrs. G. A. MacBain, of Toronto, and Rev. A. and Mrs. Hislip, of Penetanguishene; Mr. and Mrs. Miller, of Islington. a o o , . MacGregor Gould An Autumn wedding of much interest was solemnized by the Rev. R. E. Spencer on Saturday, October , at four o'clock In the United Church, Queen's Line, Ont, ot Iva. only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gould, to Innes Jamieson. elder son of Mr. and Mrs. John A. MacGregor, of Wilt liamstown, Ont . Tho church wai attractively decorated with ferns and Autumn flowers. The bride, who wss unattended, entered the church on the arm ot her 1 father to ' the strains of the, Wedding music from 'Lohengrin," played by Miss Eva' Payne, of Ottawa. During the signing of the register. Miss Grace Moore, of Ottawa, sang effectively "I LoveYou Truly." The ushers were Mr. Lloyd MacGregor, brother of the bridegroom, and Mr. Clarence Gould, brother of the bride. The bride wore a handsome costume of silk transparent velvet Kin Ruby wine shade. It was a formal model, fashioned on long graceful lines and was held on the shoulders with narrow braided straps, the shirred bodice top being trimmed with soft folded velvet The long skirt fell In soft graceful folds to the floor. The short bolero Jacket was trimmed around the high waistline with a narrow braid of velvet fastening in front with tiny velvet covered buttons and loops. The long, close fitting sleeves with soft puffed shirring above the elbow, were also trimmed with buttons. An off-the-face hat ot the same velvet with shirred crown, and crepe slippers ot the same shade were worn. She carried an arm bouquet of Joanna Hill roses. The bride's mother was In a becoming navy blue crepe and cut velvet dress, a blue felt hat and she wore a shoulder ,. knot of Briarcllffe roses. The mother of the bridegroom was in black sheer, the dress trimmed with white and wore a black hat Her shoulder knot was ot Talisman roses. A reception end dinner party was" held at the home of , the bride's parents, when SO guests were present The bridal couple left on a motor trip to Montreal and through the Adirondack. On their return they will spend a week at Blue Sea Lake, prior to taking up residence at 164 Llsgar street, Ottawa. The bride travel led In a brown wool sheer dress, trimmed with rust' shade velvet, and wore a brown felt hat with accessories to match. Her coat was taupe shade .and she wore a Kolinsky cape, the gift of the bridegroom. Fobert Olsen 7r: A quiet wedding was solemnized at one o'clock on Saturday after noon- when Miss Thelma Olsen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Olsen. became the bride of Mr. Edward Fobert, son ' of Mr. and Mrs. E. Fobert The bride was attended by Miss Nelda Mentzel as bridesmaid. Mr. Lawrence Fobert was best man. The bride was lovely in her gown of navy blue chiffon, fash ioned on Princesse lines, a navy blue felt hat and matching accessories. Her corsage bouquet was of 'American Beauty roses and lily-of-the-valley. The bridesmaid wore a rust crepe gown and matching hat and accessories. Her corsage bouquet was of Talisman roses. ' Following the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. vT' Mr. and Mrs. Fobert left on a J motor trip to New York Ci,ty, the Dride travelling in a navy-blue sport suit with top coat to match. They will reside in Ottawa. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 193T. Woman's Realm -:- Social and Personal Club News -:- Faskions -:- Welfare Activitii THE OTTAWA JOTJJ.NAIT I SUPERFLUOUS HAIR ' Safely Prmanatiy """- k ELECTKOLY8I9 MOUNTFORD SALON METCALFE IT., BOOM LA QUEEN IJZi Consultation Free ATTRACTIVE PRICES New Fall Arrival. , CHESSES & COATS PRETTY OCTOBER WEDDING! ! 1 mmmmmmmmmmmmmk Tea and Shower - For St. Joan of Arc , C.W.L. Subdivision ,: "The home of Mrs. Hector Ma louln, the Russell Road, waa the scene ' of an enjoyable tea and money shower Tuesday afternoon In aid of the St Joan of Are Sub division of the Catholic Women's League. The many guests - were received by the hostess, assisted by the president, Mlss-M. Beau-champ, and by Mrs. A. McDonald. Quantities of asters were used In decoration, and the tea table was centred with baby chrysanthemums. Presiding were Mrs. A. Lawlle,.Irs. G. J. Desbarats, Mrs. N. J. Leclerc. Mrs. W. T. Meyers, Mrs. J. B. Losty, Miss Sheila Smyth, Mis Ishbel Hutton, Miss Ida Hickson, Miss Agnes Munroe, Mrs. D. J. Currie, Mrs. W. J. Quinn, Mrs. T. T. Shields, Mrs. J. A. MacCabe, Mrs. T. A. Parent, Mrs. M. J. Lyons, Miss Irene Le mieux. Miss B. Tobln; Miss M. McGuire, Mrs. J. A. McKenna, Miss K. O'Meara. The tea conveners were Miss M. Beauchamp, Mrs. A. , McDonald and Mrs. D. Charron. The door was opened by two young Girl Guides, Miss Doreen Ha yd en and Miss Lauretta Pilon. t ' - For Popular Coupler Miss Alix Chamberlain will entertain late this afternoon in honor, ot Miss Isobel Bryson and . Mr. Guy Perodeau, whose marriage takes place this week. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL GOYUUntXNT BOVSS. OTTAWA. - The Governor General received Sir Gilbert Upcott, Auditor General of the United Kingdom, on Tuesday inorning. The Governor General, attended by Mr. A. & Redfern and Colonel H. Willis-O'Connor, was present at the Tenth Anniversary Dinner of the Canadian Institute of International Affairs In Montreal on Tuesday evening. Dance fee Debutante. - Rt Hon. Sir George and Lady Parley will entertain at a dance on the evening of Tuesday, December 28, In honor of Miss Jean Perley-Robertson, debutant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Perley-Robertson. . ' The marriage of Miss lather Slater Wilson, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs; W. Foster Wilson, "Broadview," Aylmer road, to Henry Alexander Sholto West, son of the late Major C H. West and Mrs. West, will take place in Christ Church Cathedral, Ottawa, o the afternoon of Saturday, October S3, at S.M o'clock. London Visiter. o o Mrs. Charles Camble. of London. England, is the guest of Mrs. Hugh Fleming. , . o Judge and Mrs. J. F. McKinley and their children have returned after spending a few days at St Catharines. Hosne from State lalaad. Miss Margaret Wilson j baa returned home from S La ten Island, where she was the guest of Mrs. Edward Ferris for several, weeks- O 0.0 Tho Consul General of Poland for Canada and Madame Jan Paw Ilea entertained at luncheon on Monday, at their residence, Ul Stewart street , Campaeb-sBlth. The engagement ' Is announced of Hazel Dorothy Campbell and Edward Erskine, youngest son rf Mrs. Smith and the late William Smith. The marriage will take place quietly the latter part ot the month. e v . ; For London and Montreal Visitors. : Mrs. Barret Dewar entertained at luncheon at the Country Club In honor of Mrs. Charles Cambie, of London, England, and tor Mrs. Herbert Symington, ot Montreal, who is the guest of her mother, Mrs. A. J. Christie. ,. o o .'.. o Returns Frees Toronto. Mrs. Charles Camsell has returned from Toronto, where she has been the guest of her son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. Max Klotz. e 0 AtLakeFlacid. Mrs. Henry Aylen. Miss Dorothea and Miss Gwynneth Aylen art spending a few days at Lake Placid. GQSSARD gives you the sleek, sculptured lines of the season's silhouette slim waist, flat diaphragm, high, rounded bustline. MISS D. McLEAN v Gossard's Consultant Corse tiere wilt be in the department Thursday, Friday and Saturday ... let her advise you as to the correct garment that will do things for your figure. Our corset department is fully stocked with garments of all types from the "Laatex" girdle to the heavy, boned corset : Styles for all figures, prices from US to 18.81 . Please make an appointment or special Utlnpi. 4 'Phone ftidea IS MlsSlmptlclty CemM Batiee) la semt-stepta style n 12.60 Geesari stepta girdle ef twe-way stretch elaatle , V ' 10.00! ' Desena et new bras-si eras te give 7M aa as-lifted bust Lengerlyae and bandeaa styles. SaUn, laee ee fine batlst. lie te S.9S. :,. , . ;, , . Beautiful, New Black Goats Y .A with Gorgeous Silver Fox ' n f Collars Regular Value $135.00 ! RePpcas of Imported J l 1 New Yprkjiodels t .. ? j V I FOUR ATTBACTTVE STYLES- . lX00! I I FaonedJbKfVjrenioet Canadian Fashion ; See these distinguished coats modelled on mannequins in the department on ThursdaySecond Floor. IP" maker-fforn superior quality Enfllish- Dcauunu. ncn DiicKweavei In the new hair clothJoucIe aninub effects. Every coat lined with lustrous satin guaranteed for two seasons' wear, fully Interlined and chamois lined to the waist . Sizes 14 to 20 40 to 44 Special Purchase Plans LATA WAY on deposit CHARGE ACCOCXT for 90 without Interest DIVIDED PAYMINX over a period of months, Christy's Bath Towels and Sheets 45c 3.00 . , - - Those luxurious English towels-of good quality terry that are such household favorites. White, white with color, solid colors, and natural with colored stripes. ' .' i - .' 'V ' Wabasso Sheet Sets 3.85 4.50 55 We suggest them as specially nice gifts for rail brides. One II" X 99" sheet and two pillow cases' in white with cord stitch trimming. Some are initialled. siaaUltoei Wedding Attendant, , Mrs. Graham Patterson, of Hamilton, who has been in Pembroke for the past week visiting her mother. Mrs. J. Weldon Graham, came to Ottawa on Tuesday evening, and la the guest ot Miss Isobel Bryson. 'Mrs. Patterson will be ma4ron-of-bonor at the marriage of Miss Bryson to Mr. Guy Perodeau, which will take place on Friday. - Mr. Patterson will come to Ottawa - from Hamilton on Thursday and Mrs. Patterson; will accompany him home at the weekend. .-. . - o .o , . Te Attend WJA.S. Mrs. J. R. HiQ ' left Tuesday night for Toronto to attend the executive meeting of the Provincial W.M.S. ot the Presbyterian Church. Mrs. William J. S pence enter tained enjoyably at the tea hour in honor of Mrs. Chesley W. Bar ber, who leaves the city shortly to reside In Kingston. , ' .' Caught Bride's ' Miss Grace Moore, of-Ottawa, caught the bride's bouquet at the McGregor-Gould wedding on Saturday afternoon. ' o o o Mrs. J- K. Kelly, of Almonte, is staying at the Chateau Laurier while in the city for the convention of Women's Institutes of Eastern Ontario. . . Other Social News On Page 10. 6 TEA AND SHOW FOR MISS SL( Miss neremee Bobbo Eni Irwin Eraser. at Bride-Eleel This Month, TV hariwDqilvy eBBMSBB WgBjBi esva-atass "Wonderful" is the word for , - . Titan ia's Palace I n bonor c whose met takes plaoi month, r .VA, a J' Florence fiaj entertalne tea and Vi-and said snower at, home of Miss Joan Fraser pr bride-elect with a dainty knot of roses. Miss Valerie Sloan Beverley Stevenson. bride and bridegroom, rl f tho gifts to the guest of J.S'E ers were used to adorn J", K1 .kl-k r m cai UKU HI VT OA. Mrs. T. G. Armstrong Those assisting were Morton, Miss Audrey Miss Verna Sloan. . t v. ,. O 0.. For Miss Carruthers. Mrs. Fred York an Ughtfully at tea and a pi Jam shower on Tuesday of Miss ' Else Carruthers, marriage takes place this fteai Mrs. Warren Buskard prexitV J the tea table, which waa ad with mixed Autumn flowers. ,-t j i "Wonderful" was the word most frequently ; heard at last night's previewWonderful" seem- ; ed the only word to describe the amazing little furnishings ana possessions tor tne royai xamu, of fairvland . . . eossessions' that range all-K -way from beads worn by a daugherWof the Chaldees more than foutihotlsafldyears ago to- small pair ofnowslSoeinade recently la Can- - ada . 5x1111651 wonderful ot an is its wcorcu-- 'ever it goes. na hanninesa to criDnled children Wher- as ar m : The Queen's bed doneln yeJlowHScquer and inlaid wit Charletlt-tVories, painted 'and tlgned bySir-wevile Wilkinsons , rns rv ATT of rhaTOTTAWA ROTARY CLUB WORK FOR CRIPPLED CHILDREN Oa Shew FeerUi Fleer. 1 - t OUIUW WV Children 10c We have many Intereating displays to claim your attention in' our store for the next three weeks. :." .7, A Band Loom weaving cloth for skirts and coats. Street rioor Rear Murphy ' Demonsu-ation painting articles free . ef , charge with Narve ? v; Paint ShopBasement -. v -:i r? : Steteea Bata in the mak- lag. -W. . .... Men's Shop senW 3 J dret 7.a. tertairi 1 lnl I : Vanta offers the services of a Graduate Nurse In our Babies' Own Shop. Third Floor ' '''. ' . ' ;. '. French Glevea from the) Paris Exposition. .. . , Strtet rtoot , La Oiaceeida shoes, ex- ; otic footwear creations. , Third' rioof;' Beehive; mmi : String A Paton's and Baldwin's display In the department shows the different processes in the development of wooL Skein. f Paton's and Bald- win's have combined ; serviceability and beauty in this firmly twisted botany wool ; string. Tor dresses, -sweaters and children's wear. Beehive Sylvan Crepe Nice to knit with and nice In the finished garment A novelty silk and wool combination for suits, , , 25c aressee, sweaters. Skein.-v White, pink, aqua, silver, pumpkin," KUlmrney, cherry, Olympic blue, fresco, Spring green, coral beige. Jfr- 1 . Iiyl krll Ml - la . uri -is e to , t ;.' ts " " P Id' b tn- at to 4

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