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THE KINGSTON WHIG-STANDARD — THURSDAY JUNE 9 1966 PAGE TWENTY-FIVE — Fred Kou MISS MARILYN STYMEST In New Bank Uniform Bank On It: They’re Cute By CYNTHIA JONES SUff Reporter The cheerful smile of the bank teller at the Royal Bank of Canada Prince! and Bagnt street branch are now accompanied by a neat trim look-a-like garb The young women at the bank have changed street dress for uniforms and have donned grey skirts white blouses and blue jackets The new outfit worn by the tellers consists of standard grey flannel skirts white orlon shells and royal blue jackets In double knit jersey Straight-cut skirts of cotton and tery-Iene are worn during the summer months The Royal Bank crest has been affixed to the upper pocket of the jackets The bank employees say the uniforms help stretch the working girl’s wardrobe budget a little further Uniforms also standardize the style of dress worn during working hours and lend a neat and uniform appearance in the bank The wearing of uniforms is not mandatory in Royal Bank branches and the employees of each branch make their own decision concerning the manner of dress in the bank Employees at the other two Royal Rank branrhes in Kingston do not wear uniforms although Ihry have been worn at the Princess and Drayton street branch in the past City Group to N Ontario Teen-agers Forsake Summer Holiday nyagenienU By ALAN JOHNSTON SUff Reporter Fifteen girls from Notre Dame Convent and three boys from Regiopoli College will give up two weeks of their summer vacation this year — with pleasure The students will be part of a "Holiday Apostolate Project’’ designed to help missionaries in five Northern Lake Superior Indian missions Five nuns and three adulU will also make the trip Sponsored by the Legion of Mary with head offices in Ottawa the over - all objective of the project is “to help the local people on their own terms and at their own pare to plan initiaU and execute programs which will raise the standard of individual and community living’’ This will be the first time a large group such as this has gone to the mission field from Kingston Sister St Joseph Claude of Notre Dame Convent went there Ust summer and feels highly optimistic about the current project In an interview with The Whig Standard she said the response by the students had been overwhelming with far more applications than could be accepted She said the project is financially supported by the Kingston parishes parish organizations parent - teacher associations and student fund-raising projects The students were selected from Grades 11 12 and 13 the minimum age limit being 16 Over ISO such applications have been received in Ontario by the Legion of Mary “Too many adulU today feel teen-agers only do a good job when there is a reward or pleasure to be gained” Sister Claude continued "The only reward from the Apostolate is the satisfaction the atudents obtain from giving” The 18 students will be working in five different missions They will go at different times to the various locations in groups of four to six The Kingston group will be working with Rev William Maurice a Jesuit priest in the Northern Lake Superior region who according to Sister Claude has made an outstanding contribution to community development there "He is well known not only in missionary circles but also at the provincial government level in the area at Indian affairs” The students will in some cases be working on actual Indian reserves while in other areas they will work in communities bordering on or near reservations These are mixed communities Ways the Notre Dame girls used to raise funds for the project included a car wash a talent show a film night and a volunteer dish - washing service The sisters and adults pay their own transportation costs The group will travel either by train or bus Last summer Sister Claude went with two Notre Dame students Pat Samson and Mary Caine to Kashebowie 70 miles west of Fort William She will not be going this year —Fred Kou PATRICIA SAMSON SISTER ST KEVIN MAUREEN MARY CAINE ELIZABETH BURMAN Check Map of Ontario for Their Dettination — Northern Ontario Nuns going include Sister SL Louise of Notre Dame Sister St Kevin of Cathedral School Sister St Raymond of Notre Dame and Sister Mariam of Westport Sister Claude said the students going represent a good cross - section of young people talented in dancing music crafts sports and art Sister Claude outlined the specific objective of the Apostolate as: —Adult Education: To as- sist local people to acquire new knowledge and skills in leadership problem solving and home management —Educational: To assist local people to promote playgrounds for children crafts and other related activities —Social: To assist local people to plan and organize programs to provide creative wholesome use of leisure time —Recreational: To a s s i s t local people to develop a program of sports —Pastoral assistants: To assist the local parish priest —Religious: To assist local people to participate fully in the liturgical life of the Church Kingston Group Art Work on Display Saturday The Artist's Workship of Kingston was formed seven years ago by a group of local artiste who decided it would be advantageous to form an organization that would be instrumental in helping them to improve their work and to provide the means of showing the citizens of Kingston and district artistic work that was being produced locally The objectives of the Work shop are simple and straight forward The first to encourage the production of art in its var ious forms and to ensure that such work improves in quality as the artist matures Secondly to arrange exhibitions so that works produced may be shown and the opportunity provided for the public to learn more about the various art forms that are being produced by Workshop members 25tli Anniversary Mr and Mrs Nathan Kenny of Lyndhurst were honored on the occasion of their recent 25th wedding anniversary when approximately 150 relatives friends and neighbors called at their home to extend best wishes Mr and Mrs Kenny were married in Dulcemaine United Church by the Rev Selwyn Cooke pastor in charge at that time They were attended by Miss Ethel Bryan and Mr Ronald Sweet all of whom were at the anniversary Mrs Kenny was the former Fannie Horton daughter of Mr and Mrs Samuel Horton of the Outlet Mr Kenny is a son of the late Mr and Mrs Wilmer Kenny The dining room table was centred by an anniversary cake flanked by candles in silver holders Baskets of spring flow ers decorated the rooms During the afternoon Mrs Gerald Nuttle sister of Mrs Kenny received guests Tea was poured by Mr Kenny's aunt Mrs Roy Hollister She was assisted by Mrs Gordon Burns Mrs Roy Slack and Mrs Ford Tye During the evening their daughters Mrs Wayne Teeple (Carolyn) of Kingston and Margaret at home received the guests Pouring were Mrs Gerald Nuttle Mrs Ronald Sweet Mrs Charles Tye and Mrs Ernest Sheffield Assisting in serving were: Mrs Bert Covey Mrs Jim Barnes Mrs Fred Tye Mrs Sheldon Hollister Mrs Leroy Horton Mrs Roy Slack Miss Sally Hollister Mrs Ernest Sheffield Mrs Ford Tye and several nieces A display of oil paintings wood cuts water colors sketches and op-art will be shown Saturday on the site of Centen nial Park CPR Station from 10 am - 4 pm The works being shown have been done by mem bers of the executive and Workshop people who have been painting for at least ten years The paintings are for sale President Mrs Judith Quintin and other Workshop members will be on hand to offer information and to discuss membership Social flotei Prior to her speaking en gagement at Queen Street United Church Monday evening Rev Elizabeth Mewhort of Uj jain India was entertained at a luncheon held at the home of Mrs N S Gage and was guest of the executive of UCW and unit leaders at a pot luck supper held in the Church House During her stay in Kingston she was the guest of Mr and Mrs Jack Traves MR ALEX SALON OF HAIR DESIGN Convenient Location — Comor of Brack and Kin§ Sts Dial 542-3366 Mr and Mrs Wesley McCut-cheon announce the engagement of their daughter Sharon Irene to John Melville Dafoe son of Mr and Mrs Nellis Dafoe Rob-lin The wedding will take place Saturday July 2 1966 at 11 am Roblin Holiness Church Dr and Mrs J P Harvey Lyndhurst announce the engagement of their daughter Judith Anne to Mr David Stewart Oshawa son of Mrs Alice Stewart Belfast Northern Ireland and the late Mr E Stewart The wedding will lake place on Saturday July 2 1966 at 3:30 pm in St Luke's Church Lyndhurst 4 HUSBAND DID WELL The largest known dowry is Iding will lake place at 12 noon I $22500000 that of Elena Pa-1 July 2 1966 in Perth Road tino daughter of a Bolivian tin United Church 4 1 millionaire in 1929 Mr and Mrs O Pillion Sydenham announce the engagement of their daughter Carol Anne to Mf Philip Sloliker Hcasler son of Mrs Nina Heas-ler Gananoque and the late Elmer Heaslcr The wedding will take place July 9 1966 at 2:30 pm in Grace United Church Sydenham 4 Mr and Mrs Glyn Udall announce the engagement of their daughter Linda to Mr Gordon Sly son of Mr and Mrs Rooney Sly of Collins Bay The wedding will take place a! 2 pm on July 2 1966 in St John's Church Portsmouth 4 Mr and Mrs William Halli-gan Perth Road announce the engagement of their daughter Lillian to Roger Maurice Hoover son of Mr and Mrs Harvey Hoover Sydenham The wed- MONTREAL June 9th Here's a wedding-gift suggestion to save you a lot of shopping around and best of all to give the bride and groom a bright beginning! Give them Scetiabank Sin-Year Savinas CartiB-catas from your nearest branch of THE BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA Although it's cashable at any time it’s a gift that i cream in value For every three dollars Invested you’re actually giving four dollars How? You get the certificates at a 25 discount and in six short years theyYe worth their full face value Buy as little as $10 worth or as much as you like they're a present with a future! HERE IS A SPECIAL MESSAGE to fathers (and moflbenQ of brides To keep that ballooning wedding budget in line put Brights PRESIDENT CHAMPAGNE — Canada’s own p rise champagne — on the wedding list President Champagne costs a good deal less than you’d expect and is purely delicious And a note for brides: for that first thrilling party in your new home recapture the rapture of your wedding day and serve this outstanding Canadian champagne with pride Brights PRESIDENT CHAMPAGNE is the celebrated wine for celebrated occasions Enjoy it! YOU'LL BELIEVE IT WHEN YOU SEE IT here is faekwn footwear that’s good tar your feet! DR SCHOLL'S Fast Exorcise Sandals (for both scientifically contoured surface your feet perform a natural gripping action that exercises and tones up foot and leg muscles They stimulate and strengthen your feet as yon walk-Yet Dr Scholl's Foot Exercise Sandals are so attractive they’ll be admired for their good looks alone! $1095 at leading stores everywhere start BACK FROM YOUR HONEYMOON! Now’s the time thinking about the second man in your man behind the f I Your Mother ' w a je's the bride's best friend when it comes to helpful advice on the different cuts of meat the quantity to buy cooking tips and even the best money-saving specials each week Next time you go food shopping take time to meet the friendly man behind the meat counter and you'll know why more Canadians shop at Dominion than at any other More— ife mainly because of the meat! Special Sale Prices On Select Bedroom Suites This dramatic Spanish-inipirad suite features an 80” triple dresser and 44” chest with carved block front drawer Both have doors with tray drawer behind 01 well a conventional drawer Your choice of king size headboard -or double or twin beds with Mooriih latticed work panels which are matched in the night commode doors and mirror frame All pieces are exactly a Illustrated DRESSER— Reg Pries $35000 Sale Price $29750 MIRROR— Reg Price $7000 Sale Price $ 5950 BED— Reg Price $16400 Sale Price $13950 CHEST— Reg Price $31000 Sale Price $26350 NIGHT TABLE— Reg Price $10200 Sole Price $ 8650 Also included in this sole is Italian Provincial Country Canadiana Maple French Provincial and Solid Walnut Modern Don't miss this one-of-a-kind sole Once sold these pieces will not be repeated 252 PRINCESS ST Opp Sydenham James Reid Eit'd 1854 WHERE YOU ALWAYS BUY WITH GOOD TASTE DIAL 548-3022

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