The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa,  on August 24, 1949 · Page 15
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The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 15

Ottawa, Canada
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Wednesday, August 24, 1949
Page 15
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WEDNESDAY, AUfcUS' 1 L AX- Htrp'i how to L, I t 24, 1949. 1 . TO RE Vrri) Th nwirint nf Mi Rariara Jtn VI aad Carin Douglas Brown ij aoncunced by the former' parents, CoL Lome Mill Firth, KC! and I Mrs. Firth of Rockcliffe Park, Mr. Brown is the son of Mr.! Aril Mrs. Ralph Phelps Brown of Rockcliffe Park. The marrlajfl' take place Sept;. 24, at 2.30 II o'clock. In St. John's Anglican jChurch, OttavUi. (Photo of Mls U Firth, by Hjmdman, of Mr. Browh by Ashley and Crippen.) kffood 1 to make i atak ' Co Ermt . . 4 It's true! Poor coffee welteooked meal, but cpd eoffeo nakes it perfect. : 1 If in doubt about your TCet the coffee tbat is bought and - TriSettr. SS'a tf.i.Snet tod. , M 1 L J 1 1 1 ' - University women Urge Federal Aid For. Education VANCOUVER, Aug. 24. ) Increased Federal hid for edu cation, and promotlpn of Interna tlonal understanding i through creative arts re, urged by dele gates attending the triennial con ference of the C a n a d 1 a Federation of University Women, : More than ISO women from across -Canada met Monday ulght at theUniversity of British Columbia to hear the-address of their retiring I president, ' Mrs. Richard B. Crummy of Vancouver.;1 i -. "Higher education Of women continues to be -our chief aim, Mrs. Crummy laid.. She cited CFUW scholarships amounting to $2,800 yearly, and private scholarships through the organization totalling $6,000 a year. ' Dr. Marion Grant ,ot Wolfvllle, NS. new president of the 'Canadian., body, -said she hoped for a dole must know how podcoSee ppoila coffee do this. enjoyed by more coffee lovers than any other braxi4 f jcoffeej in the world 1 ny pric . . . MAXWELL HOUSEi TfieiT follow the inrlction on ibe container for making; perfect coffee. You'll hare melloW, smooth. full-bodied coffee that H't he beaC r l Maxwell House conUins choice ' Latin-American coffee 4- expertly . combined in one glocxots blend - and Radiant Roasted to deve all its rich goodness. :. Yet Maxwell House coht only m hwfMin At m rent wnArm nr ruii thajthe lowest-pricedf, loffees $ol j Ask your grocer for jt Mooy. 7 i v. 'jy j u Y-"3 m'M' SUFR-VACUUM OUMINf. TIN r UNfP SAO DriD ft SMwIof All tvrpoM T Olnd. Orind ,. iZlaxnciIIl DIIcMSe CoiiTec . 1 ! 1 L I 4 sr''v . . ,1... . s w . Ml i A ' I I MM m m a m m Sr . w w , r We ecUmUou .Vi .W. : 1 1 - - i I .... . ml' C uw ...... 1 -i l- " Y ' -; fivaaraniMd ato V9M JvMMfcMpiBf J 1 l ' . ' I llltllllllll" :.:.'-...,-- . Ii fc r, i ; . v mw" ' ' aBajsSasi ioa ''" ' '. ' t't ' Y-' 1 '-T A fraaVal M tfca Maaara a m"'-: J 1 .:llJ- S isHuHirj yiast Y; ' ' -- maoic bakino rowon ...... . i ' ; 'P"WH';; - i i I ' . "' '-.'" '. '- -- - THE OTTAWA JOURNAL if j NEWLTWEDSMr. and Mrs. Isadora Jack Binder are seen following their marriage Sunday afternoon In Agudath Israel Synagogue. The bride was formerly Miss Esther Kelman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Kelman; Mr. Binder Is the son of Mr. Ben Binder and the late Mrs. Binder- (Photo by Thomas.) i; i greater emphasis on social scien ces, or "human relaUons have been neglected." .. One of "her -tasks, she- said. wouia oe to esiaDusn -a nesa quarters office In Canada, to en' sure continuity .- of pressure on Canadian affairs. v Among Other prominent women id. university affairs present : are: Miss Grace Morgan, North Bay, education convener; Mrs. w. R Hambly, London, Ont., president of) Canadian Queen a Alumnae; Mrs. A. 5. Morton, saskatoon, Sask.; Mrs. E. S. Keeping, lecturer tithe TTnJmrsitv nf Alhrta.J and vi. Martha Law, Toronto, retir ing hviuirrr. ' Engaged Mr. and Mrs. James Drlscoll announce the engagement of their youngest daughter, Mary Theresa, to I Mr. Jean Marcel Savage, only son of Mr. and Mrs. .Oscar Sav age, of Ottawa. The marriage will take place on September 17 in 'St. Patrick's Churcl field. Fallow- Mr ' and Mrs. Jesse George Attfleld : announce the engage ment of their youngest daughter, Lola Irene, to Mr. Aubrey Austin Mills, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mills of Truro, NS. The marriage will take place September 24 at four o'clock in Trinity Anglican Church. . i T. Social and Personal Mrs. Lucile Deslogei, from New York, has spent some time with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C H. Carbonneau, it their Summer residence at Eardley. r - j , - I The Friendship Circle of the King's -Daughters' Guild entertained recently at a rpicnic in honor of Miss Lois Richardson whose marriage takes place Sep tember 10. . !. : 'j - Miss Lillian French, 'of London, and Mr. and Mr. W. Hudson and Miss Ernestine Hudson, of Moose- Jaw, nave been the guests of Mrs. W. J. Byers for the past week. Captain and Mrs. E. F. Ken- drick and their young son, John, have left for Peterborough where they wilt be the guests of Mrs. John Dougherty. ... 4 i Miss Muriel Shore entertained recently at a shower In honor of Miss Lois Richardson whose marriage takes place shortly. The guest of honor was presented with a gift of bedroom lamps. , , Mr. and Mrs. John Dymond are visiting Scarborough. ! Miss Elise McQelland is at tending the triennial meeting of the Canadian Federation of University Women in Vancouver as K7V 7;f FROM Comftlat 'anfl 'Thorough Coars In Fashion Designing Day mo SJvmlnc CUm Baa Stndy Ccwnw THE TORONTO SCHOOL OF ' DESIGN 44 Araaa . Trat, Oat.. LADIES'. GENTS' GRUEN WATCHES HARRY " DYNES The Jeweller ? 7MH Bank . (Bet. 1st and 2nd) . . 4-6474 TOUR CHESTERFIELD SET REUPHOLSTERED MATERIALS INCLUDED S95.00 USE OUR BUDGET PLAN PHONE 8.4900 . And ear. 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