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Nanaimo Daily News from Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada • Page 8

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4- Woman Enjoys Isolated life Family And Friends Honor Mrs. Albert Gillespie VANCOUVER (CP) Allison Shrieber is logger's wife who enjqps living in isolated company towns and shopping by The family of Mr Among the gifts received Mrs. John Wheale, Warburg, maiL from the family was a bronze! Alta. tray engraved with the names A presentation of a Sunbur of their family, a three-tiered waQ cteci; made Hert Albert Gillespie, 745 St George Street, gathered In the tastefully decorated dining hall at the Diners' Rendezvous on Feb. Mrs.

Shrieber, wife of man ager Pat Shrieber of the Ray- Robinson on behalf of the wedding cake made by Mrs. Alma James and liven bv onier of Canada Ltd. logging 27 to honor their parents on the church. l.v camp near Moresby, in the occasion Of their golden wed ding anniversary. Queen Charlotte Islands, has often flown to Vancouver to window shp then flown home Mr.

and Mrs. Gillespie were married at Breton, Alberta, on Feb. 28, 1917. They moved with and shopped In her usual way by maiL their family to Nanaimo in the fall of 1944. He began work Im 'I'll write down and ask for Mr.

Gillespie responded. appreciation for the many remembrances by the group on this occasion. The celebrants cut and pafd the cake tastefully decora ii for. the occasion by Mrs. Rost Taylor.

RefreshmenU were served by the social committee under the supervision of Mrs. Ana Aasen. Jack and Margaret, and a set of trays from the Wong family. Evangelistic Tabernacle was a scene of gaiety on Thursday, March 2, as around 100 friends and relatives gathered to congratulate Mr. and Mrs.

Albert Gillespie on their golden wedding anniversary. Plstor and Mrs. J. Vance welcomed the celebrants and presented Mrs. Gillespie with a corsage of white carnations what I want in a pale blue or green in size 16, please, and they send it right along.

I could order a kangaroo by mail, I'm mediately with the C.P.R. and remained there until his retirement In 1960. Since then he has worked for the city as playground supervisor. Their granddaughter, Dar-lene Wheale, received them sure, and it would arrive." Mrs. Shrieber' was one of many loggers' wives attending the B.C.

Truck Loggers Conven and gold ribbon and Mr. Gilles and presented Mrs. Gillespie pie a boutonniere. tion In Vancouver in January, with a rose bud corsage and K'itlcil'lui The Shriebers have been In Taking part In the musical Mr. Gillespie a carnation bou- Moresby, a community of 25 tonniere.

Attending the celebration was families and about 15 men, for about 20 months. their complete family of two She's used to company town living because she's used to country living. Her husband daughters and seven sons, with their families. Their children are, Mrs. Thelma Wheale, Rimby, Alta.

program under the direction, of Cyril Day kin, M.C., were Miss Agnes Anderson, Miss Dot. Pettitt, Herb Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pennoyw and Mr. and Mrs.

Wheldon Jones. I Congratulatory telegrams; were read from Hon. L. B. Pearson, Pearkes.i Premier W.

A. C. Bennett, D.I Stupieh, M.L.A., and Mr. and first had his own small logging operation after the Second (daughter); Mrs. Elaine World War, then a hunting and Inquire About Wheale, Nanaimo, (daughter); NANAIMO GOLF CLUB LADIES HOLD HAIR SHOW fishing lodge north of Kamloops Walter, of Duncan; George, Ths for six years.

Jack. David, Ken, Ron, and Ross of Nanaimo. Following the banquet fani' Tally-ho HEART COMES FIRST Heart diseases cause twice as Complete Mrs. J. Clark looked after the" draw which was won by Mrs.

Eileen Hall and Mrs. Audrey Lynch. Here, after the show, a group of the ladies pose for the camera. Front row, left to right: Mrs. J.

I. Manzer, Mrs. Wtcktt and Mrs. W. P.

Turner. Back row, left to right: Mrs. Marks. Mrs. A.

B. Hall, Mrs. C. A. Wood and Mrs.

G. U. Clarke. (Free Press Staff photo) Over 110 Nanaimo women attended yesterday's wig and hairpiece show by Mrs. Lil Brown of the Malaspina Beauty Salon at the Nanairoo Golf and Country Club hall.

The show and tea was sponsored by the Ladies Division of the golf club, Mrs. W. P. Wickett, convener. Decorations were in spring motif with daffodil table centres and floral decor over the fireplace.

Decoration was by Mrs. H. Cicconl, while fly pictures were shown of special events taken over the last 30 years. many deaths in Canada as can cer, the next greatest cause WEDDING PICTURE Need For City Auditorium Discussed By Xi Phi Chapter Mrs. J.

McKenzie gave her Two new members, Mrs. Nanaimo Man On World Tour Mr. and Mrs. Reg Podritske, Villa Road, Wellington, have received word from their son Ron who is currently making a trip around the world. He has Montreal 67 Is New Hairdo MONTREAL (CP) A new hairdo entitled Montreal 67 and created by France's Suzanne Martin-Matagne was previewed program on the life 01 Ben Pauline Long and Mrs.

Joan welcomed to Xi jamin Franklin and his contri butions to society. The story of COVERAGE at tht HOME, CHURCH, RECEPTION including a Phi Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, Valentine's Day was also read. at the Valentine's Day Social. Refreshments Were served by the social committee. spent the last two months in Sidney, Australia.

A copy of his Mrs. J. Samarin presided at the meeting which was held at the At a second meeting held at MISS AMELIA ZOL, Editor The Doily Free Press, Wednesday, Morch 8, 1967 Recently through the efforts of les Coiffeurs createurs eana- itinerary shows stop-overs at home of Mrs. E. Bourke.

the home of Mrs. J. Samarin, 12 Brisbane, Manila, Hong Kong, The chapter had been pre Sherwood Drive, with Mrs. Samarin presiding. Mrs.

G. Di Bangkok, New Delhi, back again diens. Michel Robichaud, recently sented with a recording of the "Songs of Beta Sigma Phi" by Georgio reported that entertain: ment for the Founder's Day acclaimed for his creation of the former member, Mrs. J. Muckle.

banquet were well in hand. Canadian pavilion hostess en NO HAPPY Is ever quite equal to the warm welcome extended to newcomers by the Welcome Wagon Hostess. Her smile may be no brighter, her greeting no more cheerful, but she's made the welcome more a work of art than a mere greeting complete with a galaxy of gifts and helpful information on schools, churches, shops and community facilities. So when a new neighbor moves In, follow up your -happy hello with a Welcome Wagon greeting. A Hostess awaits your call it Phone: Nanaimo, 754-6412 Parksvllle, 248-3097 and PERSONAL SOCIAL to New.

Delhi and from there to Cairo, Athens, Rome, Vienna, Zurich, Paris and then London, England. He writes that the weather has been He is expected back in Nanaimo by May of this year. The need for an auditorium Mrs. G. Dl Georglo reported in the city was again discussed semble, provided the outfits which confirmed the importance of the total look from head to that Xi Phi chapter was in charge of the entertainment for BEAUTIFUL WEDDING ALBUM with twelve 10" pictures.

Yon may choose from over 40 proofs. Wedding brochures available upon request, showing reception plans and prices. CATERING MANAGER, 754-6711 and it is hoped that other Nanaimo organizations will amal toe. the Founder's Day banquet and members volunteered their ser gamate to initiate a for such a project. The vices to act on the committee.

A nominating committee was matter will be further discussed The Lieutenant-Governor and Mrs. George Pearkes will be in Parksville today, where they will attend the opening of the "Kingsley Manor" housing unit, sponsored by the Royal Canadian Legion, Mt. Arrowsmith Branch. They will also attend the Cowichan Indian Centennial Society Potlatch in the Tzouhalem Hotel, Duncan. Capt.

Chaworth-Musters will be the aide-de-camp in attendance on both COMING EVENTS 50c per count line $2.00 per inch minimum two lines at Sorority's Council when all formed and Mrs. P. Harding, seven chapters will be repre Mrs. R. Saunders and Mrs.

sented. Mrs. L. Harkins pre McKenzie will submit names for sented an exlcitmg program. next year's slate of officers.

A model meeting is called for Newcastle Chapter, Order of Mr. and Mrs. John McFar- March 14. HOUSEHOLD HINTS Old'nylon stockings are great BINGO BINGO Wednesday Night, 7:30 p.m. Legion Hall Quarterway Refreshments.

Lots of parking space Free Bus, City Hall. 7:00 p.m. Mount Benson Branch, Canadian Legion 267 DeMolay held a car wash recently at Harris Rambler Motors, with the proceeds going to The great need for an auditorium in Nanaimo was dis lane, 221 5th Street, wish to announce the forthcoming marriage of their eldest daughter, cussed at great length and Mrs the Island DeMolay for cleaning and polishing mirrors and windows. Linda Adele, to Larry Robert Members taking J. Charmley offered to obtain all avaiable information on the WELCOME NEWCOMERS I Harry Pederson's Outstanding VILLAGE BENEATH THE SEA A National Audubon Society Color Film Sponsored by Adult Education, S.D.

68 Come and see underwater life, their friends, their enemies, their cooperation Time: 8 p.m. Date: Friday, March 10 Nanaimo Senior Secondary Auditorium Adults $100 Students 50c Family $2.50 269 Lindsay, son of Mr. and Mrs. I Use this coupon to let ua know youre here. Wm.

Lindsay, 2855 Glenayr. MARRIAGE PREPARATION COURSE part included Alan Arbuthnot, senior councillor; Reg Ovenden, Frank Minchin, Ted Greer, Grant Hunter, Ed McPhee, subject so that it may be presented at the next council meeting. The wedding will take place on FLOWERS With -The" Pertonal Touch, from Name Addreii. A Marriage Preparation Course, March, 25, at 5:30 p.m. at St.

Andrew's Presbyterian Church. Graham Judd and Vancouver City. sponsored by the Ministerial Association and Mental Health Island DeMolay Association Rev. D. H.

Mahood will officiate. McDougall's Association of Nanaimo will Mr. and Mrs. Gerald E. Skel- commence March 21st 8 p.m.

Plee 'have the Welcome 1 I Wagon Hostess call on me. 1 I would like to subicrlbe I to the Daily Free Press. I I already auhicrihe to the doch, 1865 Bay street, Nanaimo, at the Health Centre on Pri- JOHANSEN'S LANDSCAPING AND GARDENING SERVICE Lawn and Garden Maintenance Free Estimate H. JOHANSEN 758-7204 245 Holyrood Drive Nanaimo, B.C. deaux St.

The course runs for take pleasure in announcing the Kwi) Garden. FLOWER SHOP PhOB754-6814 Corner Pryde and Bowen Rd. Daily Free Press six weeks and is open to en I Fill out, mail to Circulation forthcoming marriage of their second daughter, Lorraine Margaret, to John Leslie Wingert, Tht Sign of Hospitality DINNER DANCE SOLOMON'S MASONIC TEMPLE Townsite Road MARCH 18. 1967 I zzs commercial St gaged couples and those who have been married up to three years. Tickets, are five dollars a couple and may be purchased son of Mr.

and Mrs. John Win Sweetheart, Cheryl Hunter. Among those assisting at the Navy Cadet Jamboree were Mrs. L. Corbin and Wrenettes! Gail Patrick and Julia Schiebel on the draw, and movies were shown by Sea Cadets, AB Lance FarreE and AB Gordon Duns-more.

Among those attending the Jaycee-Ettes' lOth anniversary dinner were provincial representative Jean. McLaren; national chairman Lois Johnstone, gert, 66 Cortez Place, Nanaimo at Jean Burns Store, T. Eaton Co. and the Health Centre. Floor Show and Dancing pre The wedding will take place on Friday," April 14, at 7 p.m.

at Mount St. Peter's Roman Catho Speakers include Dr. Jack Dud sented by Chris Harrison and his Royal Columbians, from Invited to the -T You Are ley, Mr. Bill Morgan (banker), Dr. S.

Jensen (psychiatrist), Victoria. lic Church. Rev. Father Lehane Mr. Burcurrie (lawyer), Mrs.

Refreshments, 7 p.m. Formal, E. Heppinstall (psychiatric will officiate. Mr. and'Mrs.

Robin R. Davies aemi-formal. Tickets, $4.50 each nurse), and Rev. R. Gracey.

270 Kings Nanaimo, wish to Phone for reservations: Vera Elev, 4-6446; Nora Wilkinson, 3-1728; Muriel McKay. 4-4774. USE FREE PRESS CLASSIFIED ADS 265-h announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Bonnie Marlene, to Christopher David Cailen, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. P.

W. Cailen, Brisco, B.C. The wedding will take place on and district representative Glenice English. Attending the Jaycee-Ettes' 10th anniversary dinner at the Tally-Ho were former members Josie Hart, Doris Cathcart and Joan Dudley. Chartered members of the Nanaimo who attended the 10th anniversary banquet which was held at the Tally-Ho this week were Bert Mottlshaw, Jayce Brookbank, Mary Currie, Alice Dorman, March 23, at 6:30 p.m., at St.

Andrew's United Church. Rev. Dr. C. Woollard will officiate.

Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Wellwood Surah Silk SHIFTS Pretty Easter Prints Siies: Smoll, Medium and Large.

SPECIAL of mdiaue of Ladysmith take pleasure in announcing the engagement of their only daughter, Dora May, to Mr. Brian Hunter, son of I Captain and Mrs. F. C. Hunter of Vancouver.

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