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Friday, January 27, 1950
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7F- .1 : 10 THE OTTAWA JOURNAL" i FRIDAY iJANWARY-27,' 1950;.' Mrs. D. W. Stewart's Funeral Rites Simple But Impressive REN FREW,' Jan. 27. (Start ) Mr. .Daniel Watson Stewart's funeral her yesterday was as einipla m waa her 84 yesrs of We. ". ' . ' And the tribute paid to her In - death by many Intimate -and not so well known friends was as - Impressive aa waa her life. i Tuesday 'morning Mrs. Stewart ' Sled and yesterday she was buried in Thomeonvllle cemetery. And people (rom this town and '. from the surrounding district mourned'with her famiiyr : .Tor- Mrs, Stewart wis 1 well ""known for her generous acts, although marry' 61 those beneficial acts will never be known. Yesterday, In -her beautiful Hincks street home, orjy a few of her old friends attended the prl-v te funeral service. With those ' friends were civic officials. But during the Interval between her death Tuesday and the funeral Thursday there had been many people come, to pay. her final tributes ' They were' the people she loved the people of Renfrew .and the surrounding area. -.'. Children Tee. .They, were men and women of - many races a ry" creed. . And there were children, too". . They were the children' to whom Mrs. Stewart had. given ao . rnuch of her, philanthropic kindnesses children who would use and whose children would use . the Renfrew Recreation Centre for many years to come. The children and adults, too vowed the Centre would long stand as a memorial to their kind friend. The Ottawa Valley's most prominent residents were among those who thronged to .the Stewart borne to py final respects. But the funeral service WSJ brief th Way Mrs.-Stewart had requested 4t . ' Rev. J. W. Houston, minister of . Trinity-St. Andrew's United, the -church Mrs. Stewsrt had con-Ltributed' so much to, and. where she had worshipped for . many " years, conducted the service. It opened with the reciting of rthe hymn, '"Souls of Men", by Frederick Faber, followed by the brief service for the dead. Then the cortege moved from the home, through the town to the cemetery where Mrs. Stewart was laid In ber final resting place. Chief mourners were her hus- - 'band. O. W. Stewart: one son, D. W. Stewart, Jr, three daughters. Mrs. C. H. (Margaret) McCualg, - of Kingston; Miss Winona Stew, art of Brantford, and Mrs. R. A. (Elsa) Stewart, of Almonte; two sons-in-law; Mr. C. H. McCualg, of Kingston, and R. A. Stewart. Almonte; one daughter-in-law, .Mrs. D. W.xStewart,.the former Jessie Brown, of Renfrew; two " grandchildren, Mrs. J. AVMiill-ken,- Renfrew, and Donald Mc-Coalg. of Wellsnd, and six greatgrandchildren, Peter and Ann Milliken, and Peter. Jean and Dan Stewart, all of Renfrew", and William McCualg, of Wellsnd. . Pallbearers were Allan McNab. -. Hugh Stewart. S. M. Chown, John " Forgier-Atthur Stewart and Dr. C. H. McCualg. At Funeral Service. Among those .noticed at 'the funeral were representatives of the town. Mayor -. T.Moran. Deputy Peeve Sylvester Klely. and Councillors I. D.-Gagait, H. E. Garrett, - Clarence Moore, R. . J. VITA RAY . Smooth Skin fland VmUmn ' lS-es. slse. Reg. $2.75 value. "-Special S1.50 1 Sparks St., Cor. Metcalfe St . ... 2.1197 - "frog in your tfiroat"? ! meloids aWMnf bitWlrts mixm llml ImII.II ; eokklr. At r r?t 4ue tun b9 pkg. COURTESY CLEANERS & DYERS . 1311 WELUNGTO! ST.- r... 79c 75c 1 tiarh le-( "Phon 8-1083 ; Fret Citr-Wid,: Pick-Mt and 'Delivery You Can't-Beat rthe Values at Ymr jeweller Since IS94 "HAIR CREAM RAID TONIC . HEALTHY, WH1-CR00MED RAR ewa' grfl mwHm mmmm WmfmrW01 fsfeWV PrhlHrmmTl t-Hemm- m lf"tjH. 3? ' Dr'eisci ; Suits --'--Shirts .'.v.. v' ' ' Newman, Harvey Payne and J. C. Simpson. Representing ' the Renfrew Recreation Commission were Chairman J. C. McManus, secre tary treasurer, L. R. Barrand. J A. Gibson, J. M. McMahon, A. E. Zimmerman, B. Vooght, H, .Payne. A. Lemenchick, Sr., R. F. Fraser and D. C Van Alstlne, recreation director. Others Included: H. H. Dy mond, representing the Chlldren'sLretention Of Ottawa architect. Aid Society; L. J. Fraser, P president of the Board of Trade; N. E. Zimmerman, Thomas Stev ens, Malcolm McNab, of Douglas! Norman MpfTatt, Alex. Cochran, Peter McArthur; Charles Robertas. reDresentina the Lions Club; Mrs Charles Ron. erts. Tepresentlng the directors of the Children's AM Society: Allan Cay, president of the Rotary Club and representing . the' Public Schools of Renfrew; C. R. McArthur, representing the Retail Mer chant Association; Rev. John Wilson, of Renfrew Presbyterian Church; Sydney Pottinger. A. B. C. Throop, rep re nting the Renfrew Collegiate: H. A. Jordan, representing' the Hospital Board; T. F. Bsrnet, Jr, Dr. C. B. Burwell, J. L. Forgle, representing the Legion branch in Renfrew! DrM-C. WaUace.Tthd Dr. Wallace Troop,-'of Ottawa. R. A. Pagent; members of the executive of - the Community Centre's Teen-agers' Association. Isaac Brown Dies ; In Cornwall Hospital CORNWALL, Jan. 17. (Spe cial) Isaac Brown died In Hotel Dieu Hospital here Wednesday 4n his 38th year. He had suffered from a heart ailment. A native of Summers. own Sta tion, he was a son of Mrs. Brown and tjie late Charles Brown. The ramuy came to Cornwall IB years ago. Mr. Brown had been employed for the past six years t Courtaulds (Canada) Limited. Besides his mother, he leaves ven' brothers, and two sisters. George- Brown, Hull; Stephen Brown, Norman Brown, Charles Brown, William Brown,- Fred Brown, Lawrence , Brown, Mrs. Ernest Martin and Miss Mary Brown, all of Cornwall. The funeral will be held Sat- urday morning from the borne ot his mother, Mrs. Chsrles Brown, 620 Pitt street, to St. Columbans Church, for the requiem high mass at o'clock. The body, will be placed in the vault at SCt Columbans cemetery to await burial in the Spring. HELSINKI. Jan, 27. Because 13-year-old girl mystic pro- pheslzed the imminent end of the world, the entire staff- of busi ness house at Jyvaeskylae, Fin land, resigned, sold their prop-1 erty. and went into seclusion to await Judgment day' ( Why ar0 yeur Ulh f Bxauf I criongtrj fo 80 much WHITER ttday7' " PEPSODENT with IriumT J a. ---- ; v. PEPSODENT YO U, TO 0, THE 1711 ITEST TEETH nilTEST TEETH can bcyourswheayouchange : to Pepsodcnt because Pepsodent aad only Pepsodent cooisias Irium, lbs marvelous . cicIdiIt ingredicot . that proridnihe greatest ' ! cleansing action ever offered. Because of Irlura, Ptpto-dent cleans your teeth tborougbly and asfely St Peter's Church Endorses' Plan -For New Edifice : St Peter's English Luthersft Church last night took a big step forward when the enthusiastic annual meeting of the congregation unanimously endorsed - preliminary plans for the building of a new idiflce at the corner of Bay and Sparks streets. .The meeting also endorsed the Cecil Burgess,' , to proceed with plana for the new structure. It is proposed to . raise $34,000" toward the building fund, in ad ditlon to present money on hand. over a three-year period. , -'The report of-the building com mittee, recommending endorsa Hon of the building plan, was presented by the chairman, J. A. Loa, and secretary George Klein, QBE. The church is unique in its growth, numbering among its 111 knew members In IMP, ez new Canadians in which St Peter's Is - taking particular interest Membership of the congregation now stands at 361. It la this rapid growth which has made urgent the need for a new and larger church. The! report of th financial secretary ,T. J; H. Reynolds, showed total revenues hsd swelled to a new high of I15.812.27 during the past year. Of this total, missions amounted to 1 1.550. 18. - The pastor, Rev, A. F. Conrad, who presided, wss tendered- a combined salary and car allowance increase of $600. per year. Elected td the church county,' for three year terms were: U .. Shsnnette, D. J. H. Reynolds and Garnet Casselman. Present members are Fred HampeL Arthur White and. Carl Lledtke. with one year to serve, and George Klein, William Peer and J. A. Loa, each with two yer-yeUto serve. . Trustees elected were: D. J. H. Reynolds, Arthur White and L. E. Shannette Named to form the executive of the building committee were: J. A. Loa, chairman; George Klein, secretary; Ernest Cole, Henry Msy and A. Peder-son, with members-st-large Including the church councnr'"RT Eady, E. Schoenherr, L. Merkley, George Leppard, G. Shrader, C. Velnot and F. DaechseL ' " Other reports presented wer: Sunday School, Cecil Wolff, '-su. perlntendent; Lutheran League; Pearl Cralgie, secretary; WMS, O. M. Hamm, and Brotherhood,' M. G, Shrader, president Birthday Club ; JANUAtY 17. . Mervin Alfred Boldt, age 2. Linda. Alice Brown, age 2. Jean-Marc Brunet, age 9. Barbara Ann McLaughlin, age 7. Nance Lee Mooers. age 3. Bobby Ozoux, age 8. Gerald Purdy, age 9. ' -cleans better bttweea your teeth gets rid of every fnem ot dull, diner film . sod you'll lite Pepsodent's delicious fresh minty flavor, too e it leave your breath SO clean snd sweet. See for yourself how Pepsodent with I rium will give y mm, the whitest teeth. Get Pepsodent Dental Cream today! You'll lov Papstxfenf's ',dm)llclout frih mlnty flavour Westboro United ; Plans Extension ' Of Church Building . Proposed plana for' extending Westboro United. Church were approved In principle ' at the church's annual congregational meeting-.- " . Drawings and sketches of the proposed work In the church, and the assembly hall' beside the church were shown. . final estimates for the cost cf the project have not been obtained, but the building and finance ' committee report a fund -of $22,000 Is earmarked for the construction. . The assembly ball will include facilities as gymnasium, banquet hall, nursery, chuch parlor and -new chancel. - t ' ' - Joint chairmen of the building project are Harold Kirby, Charlea Everett, Merrill Tucker and Harry Jevona. - ' . u . Church revenue for IMS reached S34.188.83 with $4,500 slated for missions. The Women's Association raised $3,563 during the year and voted $1,784 to the building fund. An additional gift of $300 waa presented to the fund by the Sunday School Society. At the mee tins' Mrs. M. E. Jonea presented Mrs. A. W. MerriamJ past president of the Women's Association, with a life membership in the Dominion Women's Association of. the United Church of Canada. . This is the first such membership presented .in ' the Westboro congregation.- Six new elders were appointed: J. Barker Smith, Harold Treble, Carmen , Smlttv Elmo Murray, Ivan' Turner and Clifford Kneen. Members of the Board of Stewards are: Mrs. M. E. Jones, Alan Jacques, Cliff Carson, T. Red-dick, Jr- and Merrill Tucker. Joseph Cloutier Dies After long Illness A cook for SO years In Quebec lumber camps, - Joseph Aquilas Cloutier died Thursday in an Ottawa hospital following a lengthy Illness. He was 82. Born and educated at St. Scholastlque, Que., he waa a son of the late Joseph Cloutier and the former Henrietta Morand. A parishioner at St Francis Church, he had been employed with - the International Paper Company- for a- number of years previous tor- his retirement 12 yesrs ago. Since that time he had resided with his alster-in-Iaw, .Mrs. Louis Cloutier, ' 32 ,SJ)er-brooke street.., . ' ' ' Surviving is one brother. God-frols Cloutier, of Montreal. . . The body Is at W. J. Landre-,vf)le's, from ' where the funeral wiU-take place Monday morning to St. Francis Church for requiem high mass at eight o'clock. Interment , will be made -In Notre Dame cemetery. - "Uaeli the raaisfered trader pwrHWd oikyt sulphate. -M utatfin sisjrrnn I 2Sl7gU1 ' J J. L Elliott Dies In Perth Hospital CARLETON PLACE. Jan. J7 (Special) The death occurred in the Great War Memorial Hospital in Perth on January 25 of James C lliott, Franktown road. Carleto'n Place. ' He wsSia his 2nd .year and had been in poor health for soma time. -He was born in Beck with, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Willis m Elliott, and educated there. Hc had lived all bis life at his farm rbome ' where he conducted an apiary business ' for the . past 63 years. He worshipped at Memorial Park United Church, where be was an alder. -- He , is survived by one son, George,' of Verrqillion Bay, Ont; two daughters, Mrs; James Murray. Bockwith, and Mrs. Lloyd Ste-wart, OtUwa. - n..- The funeral will be held Saturday afternoon from the residence of James Murray to Pine Grove cemetery tor interment Rev. D. C. Munro will conduct the aervice. S NEW SERIES ! aj Cat-Oat Stary rS ' Paint , M C?diildreR .fa D BOOKS ZUC ANNUAL MID-WINTER SALE . , Now in Full Swing COLONIAL Fuzanvu p" ' Otuvrml LaisMl rsnssH atwa SS-S-I flaak St, . At Wawtty a-im Ftm tiMa Store-Wide Clearance Greater Oppertanitiea te Save! laaaasMasMaaMHsssssaL On By Ward Market S-M7$ ITALIAN BALM 33c - 45c - 819c . .XAMBLYN .. ... unvu ivnaai on each of tha following Delivers v : Chesterfield Set Bedroom Set DOWN Kitchen Set - W00DK0USE & CO.. -It Kldeaa 4. 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