The Winnipeg Tribune from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada on May 15, 1941 · Page 12
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The Winnipeg Tribune from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada · Page 12

Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
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Thursday, May 15, 1941
Page 12
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THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1941 PAGE 12 THE WINNIPEG TRIBUNE RANNARD'S FEATURE NEW SPRING STYLES No. 2134 Beige ' Black B'Ue I ' A x Crush ifsX No. 2334 f NN. Beige Blue I ' TSv Crush : JNV Kid $7 - 00 There's a shoe for every foot a price for every purse and a style and color for every costume at Ran - nard's. OPEN SATURDAYS TILL 10 P.M. 2 - STORES - 2 350 PORTACE AVE. 267 PORTACE AVE. m Lream Spreads Lotting Brilliance IMiss Libby Hallis Is President Of Y.W.H.A. Seniors Miss Libby Hallis was Installed as president of the Senior Girls of the Y.W.H.A. at the windup meeting , Tuesday night at the club rooms. ; "As I hold this candle from which the light is shining so brightly," said Miss Hallis, as she was being Installed Into her office by Sam Sheps, Y.M.H.A. executive director, "I hope and pray that the light of freedom and peace will shine the world over before my term has ended." I Miss Hallis announced that the former Senior B Girls have affiliat - ! ed with the Senior Girls. Miss Jennie Cohen, retiring president, reported an "extremely successful year." Other reports were given by Miss Beck Masters, finance, and Miss Sheila Robbins, social. Other offirers elected were: Miss Cohen, honorary president; Mrs. L. Hershfield, vice - president: Miriam Danzker, corresponding secretary; Merle Axelrod, recording secretary; Ida Robbins, Molly Lipen, finance; Doris Thor, Anne Zam - phir, program; Helen Gold, Esther Mogel, social; Gert Feldman, Rose Ginsburg, education; Doris Shere - hrin. Celia Phillips, contact; Elsie Tregebov, Lil Koffman, membership; Lil Yuffe, Rose Fingard. publicity; Sara Goodman, Diana Nova - lansky. Red Cross: Minnie Brown - stein, hospitality; Esther Lev, athletics; Nena Trepel. music programs. Chosen to the advisory board were: Miss Cohen, T. Comlsaroff, Beck Masters, Sheila Robbins, Mrs. L. Shafer, Mrs. M. Sticr, Mrs. H. Asowitch. Sally Dubroff will be the representative to the house council. St. Luke's Mothers' Union Names Officers At the May meeting of St. Luke's Mother's Union held Thursday, the following officers were elected: Honorary presidents, Mrs. W. B. Woenev Mrs. W. C A. Moreton: enrnlline member. Mrs. W. H. White, assistant, Mrs. F. G. Web ster; secretary, Mrs. T. B. ueaies; treasurer, Mrs. A. Graham: literature secretary. Mrs. W. R. Ford; work convener. Mrs. A. Mav: wool convener, Mrs. M. Penston; flower convener, Mrs. J. Higgins; tea con veners Mrs. A. Scott. Mrs. W. Lar kin Mrs. T Garean. Mrs. E. Shale; special conveners, Mrs. E. Keep and Mrs. Charles tawaras. Rabbi Solomon Frank will address members of Ezra Chapter of Hadassah at its annual luncheon meeting May 19. a 12 30 p.m. in i he Hudson's Bay store. His sub ject will be Johndah Halevi, Poet and Philosopher. Mrs. Max conen. president, will preside. Brief reports of committee chairmen will be presented. A feature of the afternoon will be a dramatized sketch, A Game of Bridge, directed by Mrs. L. Hershfield. Canadian Daughters' Bowling League Holds Windup Dinner The Canadian Daughters' Bowl - ins League. Winnipeg Assembly. No. 20, held the windup banquet Tuesday, at the Kopper Kettle. Twenty - one attended. The guest of honor was Mrs. A. S. Knox, the assembly president. Mrs. Wilford Darraugh. bowling captain, was presented with a corsage of roses and a gift. Bowling prizes went to Miss Ruth Francey and Mrs. R. J. Hay. Winners at cards were: Mrs. R. J. Hay, Mrs. A. E. McCaw and Mrs. J. Allanson. THE annual meeting of the University Women's Club will be held Saturday, at 8 p.m.. In the club house, 54 Westgate, preceded by a buffet supper at 6.15 p.m. The Lewis Women's club will meet at the home of Mrs. Stewart Schofield. 231 Oakwood ave., Friday at 2 p.m. DIAL 24 331 "Ad - Taker, Please" READ TRIBUNE WANT ADS FOR PROFIT USE THEM FOR RESULTS Winnipeg Assembly No. 20, Canadian Daughters league, will celebrate Its 14th anniversary with a banquet, Monday at 6 p.m. In the Dominion Business College, Memorial boulevard. At the tea held by the Women Auxiliary of the 13th Battery, R.C.A.. Mrs. Mackling, Sherburn St., won the cushion. Mrs. H. J. Merkelcy won the door prize. A homecraft demonstration will he held Friday, at 2.13 p.m. In Tabernacle Baptist church, under the auspices of the Scout Mothers auxiliary. Unity Lodge 258, L.O B.A., will meet in Amhurst halL Tuesday, at 7 p.m. An anniversary tea and sale of home cooking will be held at the lose of the meeting. ggf'CTP ! : IL - a J v W: iff FVwf - - , Jar - - - 4 ,i - v. . t V - T " m a i x - . - iJ MISS PATRICIA CHOWN Is pictured following her arrival In Vancouver with her mother, Mrs. Gordon Chown, They are spending a holiday with Mrs, Chown's son, Flying Officer Douglas Chown. 'pHE Ladies' Aid of the Czecho - LL'.L. Hnrri'mn 1 Slovak Baptist church will hold! rCnDSn0P nOraing To Open Tea In Aid Of Young People's Camps a tea and bazaar Friday, from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. in the Bethlehem Chapel. Proceeds will be applied to comforts for the Czecho slovak soldiers now serving in Eng land. Mothers' Day Service Held At Old Folks' Home Group "D" of the Winnipeg Woman's Air Force auxiliary will meet Monday at 2.30 p.m. in Greenwood United church. J Lux Toilet Soap's J ViVUS ACTIVELATHERLEAVES ) , 1 SWEET. yOU'LL LOVE ITS (. Ytt .'. J 1 DELICATE FRAGRANCE I If. I " Y'l ifl "UDEI! (j Meuvweeat ' M I Silver Wings Chapter Reports On Work The monthly meeting of Silver Wings Chapter I.O.D.E. was held Wednesday in the Legion club rooms. Trent ave., with the regent, Mrs. A. Gretsinger in the chair. Two new members were received into the chapter. The war work convener reported many knitted articles received for the forces. Fifty - four articles have been sent for the Lady Reading fund. A donation of baby clothing was received for overseas. Funds were allotted for material to be made up for war work in Britain. The Mothers' Association of the Day Nursery held the annual Mothers' Day service and concert at the Old Folks' Home, Middlo - church, Saturday afternoon. Rev. C. H. Whitmore was chairman. Those taking part in the program were: Mrs. Phoebe Hare, Margaret Hare, Mrs. Frank Mc - Kinney. Miss Aldine McKinney. Members of the Winnipeg Juvenile Boys' choir sang, accompanied by Mrs. Robert Christie. Mrs. S. J. McLeod, president, spoke. Mrs. W. A. Bremer thanked the artists. Mrs. E. Brownlee and Mrs. Harry Josie presided over the teji cups, assisted by Mrs. George Weir, Mrs. Thomas Rathjen, Mrs. E. R. Potter and Mrs. A. L. Mclntyre. The Red Cross group of the First English Lutheran church, Mary land and Ellice, will meet at the home of Mrs. John Popp, 1481 Wei lington crescent, Friday, at 3 p.m. Under the patronage of His Grace, Archbishop M. T. M. Harding and the Rupert's Land diocesan board of the Anglican Women's auxiliary, a tea will be held Satur day from 2.30 to 5.30 in Hudson's Bay dining - room in aid of the Church Boys' League camp at St. Peter's, Dynevor, and the Angli can girls camp at Lake Brereton, Archbishop Harding will open the tea at 3 p.m. Receiving the guests will be the Archbishop, Archdeacon D. T. Parker, Chancellor Jules Preudhomme, K.C., Rev. C. W. Turney, Rev. A. Elcombe, Mrs. R. O. Taylor, diocean president of the W.A.; Mrs. J. W. Gar - ton, Mis. A. E. Meade, Mrs. J. C. Last, Mrs. F. W. Thompson, Mrs. E. J. Brownlee, Mrs. G. W. Findlay, Miss Mary Dafoe, Miss E. M. Champion, Miss G. A. Dowsell and Mr. William Marshall. Hostesses at the various tea tables will be leaders of the girls' branches of the W.A. and of the C.B.L. They will be assisted by presidents of the girls' branches and counsellors of Camp Dynevor. Mrs. W. Rollerson and Mrs. J. H. Wood are general conveners. Sa'.c of home cooking and candy will be in charge of Mrs. C. Crosdale and Mrs. G. F. Challoner. THE annual meeting of the Winnipeg Winter club will be held at the club house, 51 Smith St., May 21 at 8 p.m. Lodge Pr'.nce.'s Christian No. 21 Daughters of England, will meet triday at 7.30 p.m. in Travelers' hall. A whist drive will be held at 8.15 p.m. Lodge Lady Grey, No. 63, Daughters of England, attending the an nual church service at St. Phillip s church, Norwood, Sunday, will meet at Quelch and Logan at 6 p.m. or at the church at 6.30. This lovely screen star .y tells you how she protect V A daintiness makes lurt. Try a daily beauty bath with fragrant white Lux Toilet Soap. You'll lore let The Women's Auxiliary to the Fort Garry Horse will hold a business meeting Tuesday at 230 p.m. in the large workroom, 4th floor, Hudson's Bay store. The Senior Sanctuary Boys of the Immaculate Conception parish, Austin St., north, will hold (heir second monthly social in the school hall, Friday. The W.M.S. of West Kildonan United church will meet at the home of Mrs. F. Gostick, 156 Perth ave., Tuesday, at 2.30 p.m. The Cercle Moliere will hold Its last meeting for this year In the Prairie room of the Marlborough hotel. May 17, at 8.15 p.m. A new council will be elected for 1941 - 42. The musical program will be under the direction of the social convener, Miss L. Guertin. The Ladies' auxiliary, St. Vital branch, Canadian Legion, B.E.S.L., will meet in the rotunda of the Parliament bldgs. at 12.45 Sunday to join the Decoration Day parade. St. Margaret's W.A. will hold their Red Cross meeting Friday from 1 to 5 p.m.. In the Sunday school room. A short demonstra tion will be given, the proceeds to be devoted to comforts for men overseas. Tea will be served. THE annual meeting of the Manitoba Home Economics association will be held Saturday at 12.45 p.m. at Moore's. Mrs. Gordon Konantz will speak on 'War Materials at the Kitchen Door." St. Boniface Cathedral Choir Names Officers At a meeting Sunday in the rehearsal hall, St. Boniface Cathedral Choir elected the following officers for the ensuing year: Mr. C. A. Biron, president; Mr. H. Dube, vice - president; Mr. H. Jordens, secretary; Messrs. H Boisselle, H. Belanger, E. Fourn - eau, A. Savoie, counsellors; Mr. A. Beaulieu, librarian, with Mr. A. Plante as assistant. 9 out of 10 Screen Stars use Lux Toilet Soap Embroider These On Shower Linens Household Arts by Alice Brooks Bluebirds Easy to Stitch on all Your Linens PATTERN 6967 Cross stitch these cheery bluebirds on a scarf, a pair of towels or a tea cloth for that bride - to - be. Bluebirds are the symbol of happiness, you know! Pattern 6967 contains a transfer pattern of 16 motifs ranging from 54 x 12'.; Inches to 2 x 3 Inches; materials needed; illustrations of stitches; color schemes. To obtain thl pMtrrn send 20c in coins tstnmns cannot be accepted) to The Tribune, Household Arts Dept., 60 Front St, West, Toronto 2, Ont. Be sure to write plainly your NAME, ADDRESS and PATTERN NUMBER. The West End circle of Mizpah chapter will hold & bridge and whist In aid of war work in the Dominion Business college Friday at 8 15 Miss Julia Capen Pays Tribute To Local Y.W.C.A. 'It was a fine group of women that came to the classes, both from the Winnipeg and Brandon boards of the Y.W.C.A.," commented Miss Julia Capen, visiting specialist in volunteer work, who gave instruction to the Y.W.C.A. staff and board members here the last three days. She left this morning for Vancouver and Victoria. "They were ready with sugges tions, too. We discussed the principles of board work as applied to all social agencies, as well as to the Y.W.C.A." The local plant was one of the best equipped in the Dominion, the visitor said. "You have one of the largest residences, a fine gymnasium, a good pool." Mr. and Mrs. M. Rocan, Pro - vencher ave., St. Boniface, are re ceiving congratulations on the birth of a son. Paul Ernest. Mrs. Rocan was Miss Thcrese JiUarA, of The Pas. Miss Lois Keeling will cntertair at a small dinner Wednesday evening at the Fort Garry hotel In honor of Miss Margaret Trew - hitt, a bride - elect of June. Mrs. Ray Lawson and her daughter Mary, have arrived from Datoe. Sask., to be the guest of Mrs. J. Herbert Riley, South Drive. Beauticians Hold Dance The Manitoba Beauticians' asso elation held a dance at which members of the armed forces were guests at Plcardy s salon Tuesday night. Patsy Jackson and her troupe and Helen Rankin, presented the floor show. Mr. Russell lench was chairman of the enter tainment committee assisted by Misses Betty Forsythe. Marjone Phelps, Florence Churchman and Marrion Morgan. Peggy Gray presided over the dance. A FRESH APPLE TODAY! IT'S GOOD FOR YOU! Like to set your teeth in a crisp, juicy fresh ttpplt? Then you'll go for Kel - 0 Crushed Apple Juice. Kel - 0 is made by a new process that converts whole or - chard - fresh apples to liquid form. Yes, flesh, skin and edible core all go into Kel - 0 Crushed Apple Juice. That's why Kel - O Crushed Apple Juice has a rich, fresh, natural apple flavor. IT'S DIFFERENT ENTIRELY from the old clarified type of apple juice. Keep several tins in the refrigerator ready for the children or guests. Balance the family diet with Ease and Economy. Serve it at meals or at any time. IT'S A GRAND, REFRESHING, HEALTHFUL DRINK. Serve it COLD. AID OUR WARTIME ECONOMY! Conserve ' foreign exchange. Drink Canadian - made Kel - 0 Crushed Apple Juice. Order several tins from your grout tidsy. It's mor convenient and economical by the case. I I 'Ml : Hi i ISI 11 w $u m m rr S'sore llour. Now In Effect J) a.m. go .ttO i.m. Friday Store Hours: 9.00 a.m. to . 5.30 p.m. The "Bay" will be open all day next Wednesday, and closed on Victoria Day. Two Shows Friday! Informal Modellings? 12.30 and 3 p.m. Third Floor Be sure to attend Friday's Informal showings or fashions for fun In the sun. Joe Sharkskin slack suits will be featured. A commentator will be on hand to indicate the faahion features At 12.3U and 3.00 p.m. In the Bay's". Little Theatra of Kashojj, Third Floor. Mrs.II.WIialrv "Lady Mac" Conet Stylist, Now At The "Bay" Mrs. B. Whaley, "Lady Mac" corset stylist la In the "Bay's" corset department Consult her before her visit ends on Saturday. Let her help you select your new foundation. Call personally. or phone for an appointment. Second Floor, The "Bay" T?n Time Dainties HAWAIIAN DREAM CAKES. each 29 c RASPBERRY JAM TARTS, t 6 ' 25C ORANGE BREAD Lnaf. t 14C ASSORTED ICED "BAY. MAID" QOUGHNUTS Per dozen 27C Main Floor, The "Bay" llae mc'iit Cake Con nlrr DATE BARS ... 6 tor 15 ENGLISH MUFMNS I'er dozen ISt SEED OR MADEIRA CAKES Each 49c "Bay"' Basement ...COOL. ft! Hay' Tnilorcd - io - mcasure TROPICALS 2S) - 30 For the sake of cool, airy comfort this Summer . . oi ler your tropical now. The "Bay's" 1941 line - up of Imported tropical worsted suitings Is superb! They're leather - light and cucumber - cool. Yours will be' tailored to your personal measurements in the model you want. Choose your tropical Friday your suit will be delivered in about 2 weeks. Greys, browns and blues featured. Other tropical suitings at $32. Pay $10 Cash, $10 In 30 days, 9.50 In 60 days; no carrying charge. Second Floor, The "Bay." MOOevOKATSD art MAT l70. 2ml Day ... May Drug Event Shop Friday By Telephone Dial 3 - 2 - 2 ;F" 11 ; fcg HBC Petrolatum 59c Special, 32 - ox. . HBC assured quality liquid petrolatum, an internal lubricant to tune up the system. Specially priced Friday. JERGEN'S LOTION (ng. 47c) end a Jar ot 17e Jergen's All - Purpoe Face Cream. Both for "1 1 w MARVELOUS FACE POWDER and Lipstick (by CCf Richard Hudnut). Both tor JIW VELVA CREAM MASK, by Elizabeth Arden. O 7C Regular 6.25. Special ! MILK OF MAGNESIA, laxative. 16 - 01. 4 C bottle. Spec's' W A.8.A. TABLETS, relieve pain, 100 Ublets 9q BAYNAPS, sanitary nr - klns. boxes O 07l s tor w 1 t WHITE CROSS TOILET TISSUE, fi . flQ .... w tor TWM at o( IJ PEROXIDE, solution of hydrogen perox - ORf Ida, I6 - 01 C3b HBC HOSPITAL ABSORBENT COTTON, SQa 1 - lb. roll I3C DENTAL PLATE BRUSHES, made In England, unWeached, 9 Of each taw SQU I BBS TOOTH PASTE, large tura, QQ each 03C Main Floor, The "Bay" Wt0OOATS0 ST MAV 17 O. 0 BAY FOOMS - Uiol 3 - 2 - 2 here's Friday's .iim i:iiii:s WESTON'S DICESTIVE BISCUITS, regular 19c, 2 (or 29 CANADA DRY ORANCE, quarts IOC CANADA DRY ROOT BEER, quarts.. lOe Splits (plus deposit), 6 for 25 KRAFT DINNER, Macaroni and Cheese. per pkt 17t ASSORTED PUDDINCS. ello, 3 for . 21 APPLE IUICE. Kel - O. 12 - os. tin ... 10 TOMATO JUICE. Libby's, 20 - es. tie 10 S IU ITS HEAD LETTUCE, crisp and firm 7 CARROTS, new, bunch S CREEN ONIONS, 3 bunches S RADISHES, large bunch, each CRAPEFRUIT, sise 100s, S for ... ORANGES, California, per eoi. POTATOES, Irish Cobblers, 15 lbs RHUBARB. Manitoba. 4 lbs. . . . St 2t 25 25c .8 REDSPRINC SALMON, fresh caught, lb. 35 HALIBUT, fresh caught, lb 28 COD, fresh caught, lb 23 HADDOCK, fresh caught, lb 24 PICKEREL FILLETS, choice, lb 28 SMOKED FILLETS, lb 18 LAKE SUPERIOR TROUT, whole fish. lb. 25 Cut fish, lb 30 MEATS HIP ROAST OF BEEF, lb 24 RUMP ROAST BEEF Ifiritcut), lb. . 23 ROLLED ROAST OF BEEF, lb 22 FILLET OF VEAL, lb 25 LOIN OF VEAL, lb. 22 aiioci:Ti;iu a TOMATO SOUP, Libby's, 10 - os. tin, 4 tins for 25 VECETABLE SOUP, Libby's, 10 - os. tin. 2 ties for 15 SPACHETTI, Heins, 16 - os. tin 13 PEAS. Aylmer's, Sieve 4, 16 - ex. tin, 3 tins for . 29 CORN, Broder's Coldee. 16 - os. tin ..10 CRAX, Mannings, S - os. pkt., 2 for 25 PEANUT BUTTER, 13 - ei 15 CRABAPPLE IELLY. Wagitsffe's. 16 - o. jar 15 TUNA FISH, flakes, Vi sise tin ...18 INCORPORATgO t? MAY 1670. O

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