The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on May 19, 1955 · Page 14
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The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada · Page 14

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
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Thursday, May 19, 1955
Page 14
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14 THE OTTAWA JOURNAL ' THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1955. r i.-.y in nr-wi t n x . I i t I . , i A ... : . ' J - !; v ' f v ' VY"- 'Y -f .( r ' .. w ) -. . t-,'A' k Y.- :' x . :-, N ' Y4 YY - - ' . . ., . v . Y ' y SS-Ai,,H;f nT '! VTT - : II n 1X1 i 11 -f A !'' v Y, SPRINGTIME SERENADE DANCE Mary Mlllwrd. Springtime Serenad Dance of Osgoode High School held at Elaine Morphy, Joan Duncan and Joyce Durkln at the 1 Metcalfe Community Centre. (Amy Payktt Photo) PERTH LIONS EXECUTIVE The newly-elected execu- J.-.' tlve ol Perth Lion Club, left to right, Iront row, Dwlght Diuabougn, treuurer; Frank Dlcola, tecond vice-president; Stan Tu'U. president; Ray McParlan, first ylce-presldent; Villi K & . . - ..." ' - - ' ' ' . . . ... it a Al Smith, , third ylce-preildent: i Jack Morris, secretary. Back row, Alex Arnott, director; Harold 8treet, director; Larry Publow. director; Jack Wlnfleld, director; Bob Dowdall, Lion Tamer; Pete Burchell, Tall Twister, (Photo br itonot "vf ""VTf?".' - "Y 'xV , i f PLAN B74AI B'KITH TOUTH MEETING Final plans were reviewed by the convention committee of the AZA-BBO Lauren-tlan regional convention to be held In Ottawa, May 30 to 22; at a meeting In the Jewish Community Centre last night. Making program arrangements are (front, left to right) Laura Shadlyn, BBO adviser; Tina Tarantour, aecorauons; uessie naroasn, bbu president; Jules Brozovsky, convention chairman; Shirley Wiseman, social; Len Dworkln, BBYO chairman; (back) Mrs. A. Ooldle, BBYO chairman; Allan Fleet, religious chairman; Larry Dworkln, publicity; Morty May-berger, social; Mel Schecter, AZA president; Bill Ooldenberg, housing, and Norm Lesh, AZA adviser. Also on the committee Is Rochelle Fleet, housing convener. , (Jounul Photo br Dominioa Wide) . avi top y-, 1 KMC GRADUATE Cadet F. A. Dixon, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Ford Dixon, of 279 Hlnton avenue, Ottawa, who graduated Monday at ceremonies at the Royal Military College In Kingston. DR. C. NEVILLE CROW-BON, who has been awarded a senior medical research fellowship by the National Research Council. A son of Arthur Crowson, of 479 Bren-nan avenue. Dr. Crowson will do medical research in the Queen's University pathology . department SCIENCE AT EASTVIEW HIGH Parents and friends of the students at Eastvlew High seen ' visiting the classrooms to see the annual school exhibition and as well enjoyed the English concert performed there. Here, Rick Hughes, 17 (left), of 75 Dagraar street. Eastvlew, Is seen demonstrating an experi ment In one o( the school's laboratories. I uwEin nn vie in nrni am: ur M II from I Mr. and Mrs. Herve Levesque of 400 Blake W 1 1 BuuicTMu.. . Uouraal Photo k Dominioa Wldol I j Your Picture ; vn This Page? I I f rJjL-jx . l I I MAGIC AT THE ORrHANAGE The jure " Cottee Is seen here performing some sleight- . , . . . I : '"t , V f . of the magician had the boy and girls at of-hand, under the gaze of Klnette Marge GOLDEN- JUBILEE AT PEMBROKE Mr. and Mrs. . , , ;i A , i ) . a St Patrick Orphanage entrance recent- Duncan, Bobby, Marlene and Arnold, and . Herman Teschner celebrated tbelr 50th anniversary at their ' " ivj V ; ,i f V ' S ' ly during a program of entertainment Kinsman Bruce Johnstone. home In Pembroke. (Photo by MoauKnt) "S J"A-. t x x f J" , f provided by Ottawa Kinsmen. Magician Roy i (journal Photo br Dominioa wioti - " , . 1. 'A si "OJ I I '. J" : , f - . . ' f ( " THE BUGLE BAND BOUNCE The mar- reation Centre. Watching committee chair-' " L-J V L . v , m A tffZ, tlal airs of the bugle band of the Montgomery man Rene Sabourtn take a turn at the drum , V "-1 J r V ' ( , Branch, Canadian Legion: here gave way are, left to right. Joan Tanguay. Marietta ' VjT Av . y-S - - t 2 f v iV to the lively syncopation when the band Lalande, Loretta Corbell and Mrs. Claude La " v a : " -" i- 1 S "... t;jV' celebrated with a dance at the Eastvlew Rec- rieur. (Joum.1 Photo by Dominioa wit 'V ,- 'yV Am v: Y" -J v , ! NOT EVERYTHING I HAVE IS YOURS Ron Shouldlce hangs on to the McLennan Trophy awarded to the Glebe High School team for the highest average In the Junior Board of Trade "Rodeo'' held in Ottawa last week. Ron himself had the second highest average In the contest and will go on to the Ontario '"Rodeo" with Barry Davidson, who was the big winner here. The team members Include, from left to right: Wayne Dell, Ron Shouldlce, Bob Burns, who placed third here, John Braden, Milton Armstrong, Ken MacDonald, Ron White and Don Shouldlce. (Journal Photo br Dominion Wise) 1 CRICHTON'S NEW OFFICERS Elected to the executive ' of the Crlchton Home' and School Association at their annual meeting last night were (seated) Mrs. N. J. Bulla, president; (standing, left to right) Mrs. J. Sharp, recording secretary; Mrs. Donald West, corresponding secretary, and Mrs. Clarence Ade. V (Journal Photo br Dominion Wldoi TO ATTEND ILO CONFERENCE Many delegates to the ILO Conference to be held In Geneva June 1 to. 23 were among the passengers who sailed from Montreal aboard the 28,300-ton Canadian Pacific liner Empress of Scotland. They Included, left to right: J. A. Brass, general secretary, Cana dian Railway Association; Dr. J. W. Wlllard, ' of the Department of National Health and ' Welfare: Ian Campbell, of the Department ' of Labor; and Arthur La pres. of H. J. O'Con- nell Ltd., representing the Canadian Con- j structlon Association. ' " i '(Canastas Paelfl Pnotol ' '. r. "i -y .4 . u. , r YVJ tUDT'S COVntlBtTION TO RED CROSS -Officials and employe representatives of X. B. Eddy Company are shown presenting . the Hull branch of the Canadian Red Crnas Horlety with cheque for 12.000. 11.000 from the company and an equal amount from the employe as their donations to the current drive for funds. Left to right are Armand Bourgon. co-chairman of the drive; Remi Tremblay and C. O. Malcolm, representing the employes, and the company's representative, John F. Taylor. . (Journal Pnola br Dominion Wu)a) WINS I ELLOWSHIP Wll-Ham Amtmann. Ottawa musician, has been awarded a, 94.000 fellowship for a -yearl study In France. The fellowship' Is a Canadian government oversea award. ( Mr. Amtmann is a music supervisor In the Ottawa , PEMBROKE WOMEN'S CLUB OFFICERS Business and puMle' schools and is concert Professional Women at Pembroke chose their 55-59 execu- master In the Ottawa Phil- tire at a candlelight ceremony. Left to right: Janet Code, harmonle Orchestra. . treasurer; Mildred Hemphill, past president; Wit. Ann OH- if y - .L landers, president; Mrs. Edith Court, vice-president: Evelyn ' Oeiuert. secretary: and Orpha Lemke, recreational secretary. Not shown i Msrisret Hawkins, first vice-president. (Photo br MonUisM)

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