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FOR AND ABOUT WOMEN WAR SERVICES 8 THE OTTAWA JOURNAL TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1943. SOCIAL NEWS Discharge Pay Is Advocated. A Government order for $100 and two months "pay for every year spent orv active service for all men and women not taking government courses upon their discharge, was advocated by the Local Council of Women yesterday at .their meeting in the Chateau Laurier. The resolution t i . : T was miroaucca oy ansa wc-mic TraversJ president of the Progressive Conservative Business Women's Club. In the cases of those taking government courses, the Government will be asked to give $50 to cover cost of text books not provided. The present provision in allowances, namely a maximum allowance of $33. plus one' month's pay to those who have been on active service for six months or more, was not considered credit' able to Canada. The clothing al lowance should be more adequate to cover present day prices and needs of those volunteers on ac tive service who have served one year or more. The council endorsed and will end to the National Council of Women executive, a second resolution brought before them by Miss Travers. It asked for a revision of the immigration laws, to allow others than farmers and domestics into -the Dominion. Immigration laws should be broadened 16 include educated people . of different professions, and manufacturers of ability. Mrs. Robert Dorm in reported on the Summer camp for girls, and Miss Violet Tennant requested the support of the council in obtaining active and associate members for she Y.W.CA "Housing as a problem of post-war reconstruction" was the subject of an address by Mrs. F. W. Mac-Donald, of the economics branch of the Prices Board. She was introduced by Mrs. Kenneth McDonald, convener of housing for the Local Council of Women. Mrs. G. D. Finlayson presided. " LAC. Robert Borden Merriam, R.C.A.F, of Pendleton, spent the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. W.Merriam. All i Alumnae members and former pupils of the Congregation de Notre Dame are extended an invitation to attend the battquet to be held at the convent on November 21, in celebration of the 75th anniversary of the convent For reservations they should get in touch before Thursday with the president, Mrs. H. J. Dunlap. when you male- it into rennet-custards Desserts the whole family enjoys! Desserts that give your children the fuQ nourishment and protec- ; tive values of milk end mart, because the rennet enzyme mates the milk more readily digestible. Quick to make. Gt. HUM 1 1WM7, In ?6: Given Away! Yta mi wis! Jintty utwer ttiiioetuM: What is f hm CopHal Cry cfthmUST md rear fmmyyl M f m wmki y om ntf bmt wt . 1 TM men jom mmr. ike man rtiinrw fee ton ta will RULES t Wan m Btrr W Baku. DaptA-1. M Nat-ne Toronto. TH am debt mnnn mmmvt vm Mir ! tale Boms'! ewe-one will n DOwk. B. i f ft wtaaiac maxry ooeuusa Lb tai paeii era ft fcftio priAjcpoo box. ibm via Is DOCBLED. BftkOcltsra. A Uaa become the mwmif si um naure at Haw p Ni ft i a Ttiin ftja-V HALO SHAMPOO! HALO taabae Uvea- Da m hair, bfuff an ftiNnl loetra without I -ana ft rlaajir tinea. MALOlee e year ecalp data tad Imim. l 1 -' I r "mff HALO HALO J SO 'HEART OF THE SEASON" , SALE NOW C0INC0N fXrln9C LIMITED M. M. & 17.101 Rideaa wa. - II , am. Ms at so. I Miss Alma Marie Sicard, daughter of Mrs. Slcard and the late Dr. Lionel J. Sicard of Buckingham, Que., and Ensign William L. Musser, United States Naval Reserve, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Guy Musser of Clarksburg. West Virginia, whose engagement is announced. The marriage will take place December 4 in "Buckingham. (Photo of Miss Sicard by Horsdal and of Ensign Musser by Jacoby.) SOCIAL AND The Governor General and the Princess Alice, attended by Miss Vera Grenfell and Lieutenant the Hon. Ernie Chatfield, R.N.V.R., had dinner with the Belgian Min ister on Monday evening. a a , e Flight Lieutenant W. L. S O'Brien, R.C-A.F. has relinquish ed his appointment as aide-decamp to the Governor General. e e a The Chilean Minister to Canada was host in the late afternoon of Monday at his home in Rockcliffe in honor ot Hon. Pedro Castel-bianco, Speaker of the Chilean House of Commons. . . , Wing Commander Homer Smith, air attache to the Canadian Embassy at Washington, was in Ot tawa for the week-end the guest of Air Marshal and. Mrs. W. A. Bishop. Mr. H. A. Jones, of Wash ington, was also their guest for the week-end. a e Mrs. C. G. Power, has returned from Quebec, where she has been spending some time. . ' Mrs. Robert Taschereau has returned from Quebec, where she spent a short time. e ... e Mrs. Rankine Nesbltt, of Toronto, arrives in Ottawa today to visit her parents. Major General and Mrs. T. V. Anderson. e a a - Colonel J. H. Rainville, of Montreal, is' the guest 'of Air Marshal and Mrs. W. A. Bishop. . Pilot Officer Richard Feather-stonaugh, of Victoria, B.C., has been spending some time in Ottawa at the Lord Elgin Hotel. e e Miss Marion Smith, bride-elect, was the guest-of-honor when Miss Ivy Smith- entertained at a shower. The bride-elect was presented with a pair of boudoir lamps. e e e Miss Lucie Douce t, of Quebec, who has been the guest of Mrs. Hugh Wardrope, returns to her home today. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Agnew have returned to Sarnia, having been in Ottawa the guests of Wing Commander and Mrs. Frank Steers.- a a e Mrs. Sydney Roe has returned from Dauphin, Man., where she was the guest of her son-in-law and daughter. Flying Officer and Mrs. H. E. Wanless. . ' Mrs. D'Arcy MacMahon Is In Montreal the guest of her daughter, Mrs. John Belcourt Rev. Mother St Edgar, of Ville Marie Convent, Montreal, former, instructress of music at the Congregation de Notre Dame in Ottawa, will be In the city for the 75th anniversary of the founding of the convent on Sunday next. , e . Mrs. Howard Kennedy is spending a short time in Montreal, e . a a Miss Marion Smith, whose marriage takes place this week, was the guest-of-honor when the girls of the Treasury Division, National Research Council, entertained at the Capitol Tea Room. . e . e e Mrs. W. G. B.Dailley is in Cal gary spending a lew weeks with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C W. Roenisch, Jr. . Miss Frances Thompson entertained at a supper party on Saturday evening in honor of Miss Norma Canniff, whose marriage takes place shortly. The bride elect was presented with a picture. e e a Mrs. T. Edward Moore was hostess at a miscellaneous shower honoring Miss Marion Smith, one of this week's brides. e a a mf Mrs. A. E.' Attwood has returned from Toronto and Jackson's Point, where she spent the Summer with her daughter, Mrs. G. R. F. Troop", while Mr. Troop was in Rio de Janeiro. a e a Mrs. J. R. Hill is in Peterborough in the interests of the Women's Missionary Society of the Presbyterian Church in Canada.' On behalf of the staff of the Treasury Division of the National Research Council, Miss J. L. Roy presented Miss Marlon Smith with a nest of walnut tables on the occasion of her approaching marriage. e e Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hart have taken up residence in Quebec, and were guests of honor when Mrs. John M. Home enter tained informally over the week-1 end., i t. PERSONAL Miss Florence Flett, of Toronto, is visiting Mrs. W. E. Matthews at the Chateau Laurier. a a a Mrs. Ian McKlnnon and her son, Ronald, have arrived from Edmonton to Join Wing Commander McKlnnon and to take up residence here. Mrs. W. Blakeney and Miss Lois Britton were joint hostesses at a cup and saucer shower Monday evening 1A honor of Miss Norma Canniff, one of this season's brides-elect a e a . Miss La Silvers entertained Monday evening In honor of Miss Denlse Gross, on the occasion of her approaching marriage. m e Miss Jessie Webber, who has been the guest of Mrs. Kenyon Fellowes, has returned to her home in Toronto. . Plans for Christmas cheer under the convehershlp of Mrs. F. M. Shaver were made yesterday at the meeting of the Protestant 1887-1943 FIFTY-SIX years ago on November 16th, at 92 Rideau ' Street, a small sized store opened its doors for service: ; Charles Ogilvy, John Pittaway and one clerk comprised the staff. Two of the three are still important workers . with the firm which in the year 1907 some twenty years later -occupied their finet newly built premises of fireproof construction at the corner of Rideau and Nicholas Streets, where today Charles Ogilvy and the ever faithful John Pittaway and considerably over three hundred of a staff are still carrying on and endeavouring to give good value to its customers. harlw Ogilvy LimiltdJ COMING EVENTS Announcemenla under thl head-Ini SO eaota par eiate Una. mini mum S3. No Ira advance oottoaa lor nenti with admlulon laa or collection. St. Barnabas. Ottawa, 1943 Thrift Bazaar In 'Pariah Hall, ycorner ot Kent and Jamea etreeta, Wednesday. Thursday. November IT and IS. from 3 in in B.m. Xll ffoada modaratalv priced.. Tea and. supper room. Ad-Dilation 10c. Tickets redeemable at ' stalls or for door prize. All. welcome. Special meeting. Ottawa Centra, African Mission Association, Wednes day. November IT. at S.15 p.m. Im maculate. High School. 1 ! Children's Village Club. Mrs. D. E. Dewar presided and sewing was done for the village. Tea - was served by Mrs. O. C. Cowper, Mrs. A. H. Nlcol, and Mr. Robert Telford. "Mrs. B. McKercher was hos tess at a linen shower in honor of Miss Norma Canniff, a bride-elect of this month. Miss Can niff was presented with a corsage bouquet of Bettertlme roses, a ' - Mrs. T. A. Crerar Is in Montreal spending a short, time with her daughter, Mrs. Bernard Nayior, The Ottawa committee of the NaUonal Committee on Refugees entertained at luncheon yesterday in the Chelsea Club in honor of Miss Constance Hayward, national secretary, of Toronto, e a ' a a Mrs. B. M. Osier, of Toronto, was the week-end guest of Mrs. Norman Seagram. Mr. and Mrs. James 1 Pollock Brown, of Toronto, spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Verner. Miss Carol Dennison entertain ed in honor of Miss Marion Smith, whose marriage takes place to Dr. K. J. Burbridge on Saturday. The bride-elect was presented with many personal gifts, e Mrs. Harry Burbridge arrives in the city today from Bathurst, N3 to attend the marriage of her son, Dr. K. J. Burbridge, to Miss Marlon Smith which takes place on Saturday. A brief bit of history with thanks and a promise IN 1908 a Limited Company was formed and the firm has operated sinceas Charles Ogilvy Limited. Under the general manager Lewis A. Burpee, connected with the firm for over twenty-five years, and a dozen or more highly capable managers covering some thirty departments the business has grown very rapidly in recent years. Although our premises are more than three times the size they were in 1908 we need greatly enlarged space now. Crowds at' times are very great, elevators insufficient, and comforts we would like to give are at present beyond us. In all this we ask your patience and assure everyone that as soon as conditions permit we will endeavour to ' give you some relief. MEANTIME, our warmest thanks go out to- one and all, old and new customers for such fine support, and the promise that our simple aim will always continue to be to serve you to the best of our ability. Juliana Brought Gifts to Children r i - No doubt the little Netherlands Princesses, Beatrix, Irene and Margriet, looked forward to the return of their mother. Princess Juliana, with the same mixed feelings that motivate any children when welcoming home an absent parent And they were not disappointed. Tucked in her baggage Her Royal Highness had toys made of wood, brought all the way from Surinam, Netherlands West Indies, where she visited last week. The playthings were specially made by the people of that country to be given to the children, and Included a small automobile. There was also a gift for their young friend, Rene Roell, who lives with them. ' Princess Juliana 'had enjoyed her trip very much, The Journal was told by W. Van Tets, who accompanied her in his capacity ot private secretary. . e Doroth Hood . November Bride Ven. Archdeacon Netten officiated at the marriage Monday evening at 7.80 o'clock in St Bartholomew's Church of Miss Dorothy Isabella Hood, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Egerton G. Hood, to Sub-Lieut Templer Boyd Crosby, R.C.N.V.R., son of Mrs. Crosby, of Vancouver, and the late Richard T. Crosby. The bride, who was unattended, was given In marriage by her father and wore a poudre blue crepe ensemble with a black feather hat, black accessories and a corsage bouquet ot Sweetheart roses. A reception at the home of the bride's parents followed the ceremony and later the young couple left on a trip to Vancouver. Mrs. N. H. Cameron and Miss Helen Buzzell, of Montreal, were out-of-town guests. Lieut Commander and Mrs. T. Fife have left tor Victoria, where they will take up residence. , Mr. and Mrs. Edward O'Fla-herty, of Montreal, will be among the out-of-town guests at the Burbridge - Smith wedding on Saturday. Chilean Official , Entertained i . . Dr. Eduardo Grove, Chilean Minister to Canada, was host last night at a reception for. Pedro Castelblanco, president of the Chamber of Deputies in Chile, on a goodwill tour of Canada and the United States. About 40 persons attended the reception, during which Mr.- Castelblanco expressed the hope that good relations will continue to draw Canada and Chile closer together. He brought with him a message from the Chamber of Deputies to the Canadian Parliament which will be presented by Dr. Grove to the Speaker of the House of Commons at the opening of the next session Jan. 27. Among those attending the re ception ; were Trades Minister MacKinnon, Vice Admiral Percy Nelles, chief of naval staff; Col. Willis O'Connor, aide-de-camp to the Governor General; represent atives or the armed services, offi dais of the Chilean Legation and several prominent business men. a a a BovardWilliscroft A wedding of Interest in Ottawa took, place recently in Chalmers United Church, Vancouver, of Assistant Section Officer Georgina Willlscroft R.C.A.F. (W.D.), daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George M. Willlscroft, of nelson, B.C., and a great Brand- daughter of Lady Pope and the late Sir Joseph Pope, of Ot tawa, to Flight Lieutenant John Pitblado Bovard, R.C-AF, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Bovard, of Montreal, and grandson of Mr. Isaac Pitblado, K.C., and Mrs. Pitblado, of Winnipeg, and nephew of Wing Commander Edward Pitblado, of Rockcliffe. Attractive Twin Bed Suite Simplicity of design in solid birch with mahogany finish makes a bedroom suite that is satlsfylngly livable! Four pieces five-drawer chest, thiee-drawer dresser, sleigh beds. Centre guide construction. . Net exactly as illustrated. ' i Ci.l- arapie Cotton" Mattresses 45.00 ' Each 3' 3" 4' 0" 4' 6" A good all-purpose mattress well covered with reliable, narrow striped ticking. Sides are firmly stitched and edges neatly rolled. Equipped with handles for turning. Three standard sizes. r Hear the l Story Man over CKCO 5.00 p.m. Tuesdays Engaged The engagement is announced of Lesley (Girlie), daughter of Mrs. Clair and the" late Charles Clair, to Second Lieutenant Alan Gorman, R.C.C.S., son of Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Gorman, all of Ottawa. The marriage will take place quietly November 27. f . ': Mrs. Bradley j Is Elected i ' Mrs. S. W. Bradley was reelected president of the Ottawa Dentists' Wives' Association at their . seventh : annual meeting yesterday. Mrs. E. A. McGregor, secretary - treasurer, - announced cigarettes had been cnt. overseas to the . men of the Dental Corps. Donations were voted to the Dental Benevolent Fund and the Anti-Tuberculosis Association sale of Christmas seals. Mrs. G. Richardson gave an address on Canadian poetry. The officers elected were: Honorary president, Mrs. Ira W. Hamilton; president, Mrs. S. W. Bradley; first vice-president Mrs. W. Sinclair; secretary, Mrs. W. Gardner; treasurer, - Mrs. A. Grace; corresponding secretary and war service treasurer,. Mrs. E.A. McGregor; social, Mrs. S. ' Mc-Caughey, Mrs. H. Stanley;, program, Mrs. W. Allan Armstrong; war chairman, Mrs. W. Flora; press, Mrs. J. G. Dormer. TO MAINTAIN RESTRICTIONS. MONTREAL, Nov. 16.' BUP Wartime food restrictions "will doubtless have to be maintained for some time after the war", so needy nations' may be fed, the International Labor Office predicted today in a pamphlet published here on the health of children In occupied countries, j Maple Wood Beds Outstanding value!: Attractively designed maple beds with standard honey maple finish. Solid panel head and foot. Not exactly as illustrated. 3' 3", 4' 0", 4' 6". WOOD FRAME Cable Bed Springs 1195 Earl Marshall cable spring, of sturdy construction, offered in threjs standard sizes for single, three-quarter or double bed. The galvanized cable strands are attached to helical springs at. each end. Exactly as illustrated! v . Home FurnUhin harlw Ogilvy -! -a ia I Wl Sal I I IIIWI I Leads Review By DEMISE DALTKOfT. WITH THE CANADIAN BOMBER GROUP SOMEWHERE IN ENGLAND. Members of the Women's Division of . the Royal Canadian Air Force took time out . from important duties to parade in impressive fashion when visited by. the Duchess of Gloucester, Air Chief Commandant of -the W..A,A.F. Touring group headquarters, the Duchess carried out an Inspection of a squadron of three flights . and took the salute at a march past led by Fit Officer Norah Ireton, of Ottawa, senior women's officer of the unit r After the headquarters Inspection the Duchess visited a bomber station commanded by Group' Capt J. L. Plant of Ottawa. H. P.' HILL, 6th Christened An lnterestingevent took place) on Sunday afternoon in Christ Church Cathedral, when the Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Hill was christened. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Weldon Graham, acting rector, ot the Cathedral. The Infant was christened Hsmnett- Plnhey, the sixtn to Dear me name, i am boo-mother was Miss Cairlne Wilson and the godfathers were Mr. John Bethune and Mr. Charles Blair. Mr. H. T. Jaffray, of Toronto, the baby's maternal grandfather, and Mrs. Jaffray were present tor the ceremony, which was followed by tea at the home of Mr. and Mrs. um - t T) l I mm IKmiI ne. nUi 1 .11 VWft. ... ... WMft aw guests were present Nifht table to match, equip, ped with drawer and lower shelf. U-i. Each OSFifth Floor.

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