Edmonton Journal from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada on May 23, 1957 · 20
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Edmonton Journal from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada · 20

Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
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Thursday, May 23, 1957
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FACE TW I.S I V "' Jasper Honeymoon Jamieson-Kinloch Vows Said White ervstal fashioned the , bridesmaids, Miss Lora Mead, formal (town chosen by Miss Miss Diana Jamieson and Miss Patricia Helen Kinlock for her Patricia Jamieson, sisters of the HiT.,, in Metmrmiitan TTnitpd srroom. Their frcrks of white, church" when she became the rose sprigged nylon were worn bride of Mr. Michael Airth Ja- over p:nk and green taffeta and t micson. The gown was designed they carried colonial bouquets.. witn nuea ooaice ana douiuuii. """ - irirt -nrn over ii crinoline. mums. Her fingertip veil of French . son. and ushers the prayer book garlanded with a white orchid and stephanotis. EDMONTON JOl'RNAL. THl RSD.tV The groom was attended by t his brother, Mr. Phillip Jamie- . were Mr. Davm Kiniocn. Mr. Richard Jull and Mr. Byron Ex- Bouquets of pink and white the weddir.g music and tne snapdragons arranged with blue Metropoman choir was ln at. carnations decorated the chan- tendance eel of the church for the double- t FoUowirifc the ceremony, a re-ring ceremony. Rev. Reid E. VI- ; ception was neid in Baroni's pond read the vows for the FiwU u&st w toe daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry bride was proposed by Mr Ken. Kinloch of Edmonton and the neth Q-igj-n son of Mrs. D. A Jamieson of , 8 weddin? trip to jasp-. Calgary and the late Mr. Ja- the bride doiined a navy sheath mieson. 1 dress of shantung topped by a Preceding the bride up the navy duster. She wore navy and aisle were her sister. Miss Donna white accessories and her cor-Kinloch, maid of honor, and sage was a white orchid. Proudfoof-Meyers Vows Bride From Saskatchewan MID ALE, Sask. Midale nylon. Her hat and mittens were United church was the scene of of pink and she carried an ar-a double-ring ceremony when rangement of yellow Shasta Miss Ethel Daune Meyers pledg- j daisies. ed vows with Mr. James Alex-j jlr Gerald Brice was best ander Proudfoot before the altar; man ushering the guests to banked with coral giad:o!i. j special pe-$s was Mr. Lawrence j Rev. w. D. wane read uieinewsa. aits. n. canaou yiavcu T-r.r,e tnr tv,p daughter of Mr. the organ music during the frs. Ruben Mevers of Mi- ceremony. dale. Sask., and the son of Mr. ! Following the wedding, a re-1 , i and Mrs. James Proudfoot of ; ception was held in Bethlehem Ml ' r Edmonton. I Lutheran church. I ne toast to ML;s Natalka PauUne Hryhorak! The bride, who was given in ; tne Dnae was proposea oy daugtor of Mrs K hoT Tnarriar Bv ner iainer. was u. wane. rrpcpdpd ud the aisle by her . UT S3. 1957 u . a . v, .' ' -i Lit X . A i I . - , t v k. v "wr w -s. i,. i.. - . .... Jasper Wedding Barbara Jeffery Is Bride JASPER Pink- and white ! model hat and a corsage of pink Sweetheart roses compieiea ncr costume. The bride Is a former student at the University of Alberta and the groom is a graduate from the University of British Columbia. The couple will reside In Jnsper until the fall when they will resume their studies at th University of British Columbia. Couple Married At Valleyview VALLEYVIEW A traditional gown of white satin and tulle was father. The portrait neckline of ; chosen by Miss Helen FjeUnei for the gown was outlined with insets of embroidery and tiny seed pearls. Finishing the slim bodice of the gown were long sleeves tapering to lily points at the wrists. The bouffant skirt, worn nvpr hrwmfi tnnrhpH f.hp flnnr. a , . . , .,, , ,; hpr uncle. Mr. kod.ti oi. mai uuf A bandeau of faille encrusted f er o Mri. John Tonne In seed pearls, held her finger- i 's"le . ,h, Rnn sjt - tip veil of sheer illusion and she ! ;'" '"J .?'.",, Fmil( Rnh W-V. carried a bouquet of red roses, 'VuF bSTS-' j .1 - s -i Miss frillian Yorath of Ed- .j m.., t- d. n.rrnrmi1 - pu uy f alr, lia 1VU.tl., um... mnnton wa.s maid nf hnnnr unci ' 1 r. fwv.- r-- r m ' " " . i me ceiriijuny. v- Miss Linda Jeffery. sister of the Th hHHp -s attended bv her v-s - cr? bride, acted as bridesmaid. They : .i,,,- niiC Fethpr Fipllnef. and snapdragons, stock and carnations were arranged ln an attractive Maytlme setting for a morning wedding In the Church of St. Mary and St. George when Miss Barbara Gall Jeffery became the bride of Mr. Stephen Frank Peter Kun. Rev. Father G. A, Robinson, Obl.I.W.. read the vows as rings were exchanged by the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Jeffery of Jasper and tha son of Mr. and Mrs. John Kun of Drumheller. j I A formal gown of white faille was chosen by the bride, who was given ln marriage by her her wedding in St. Rita's church to Mr? Daniel Roby. Her fingertip veil of illusion was caught to a matching crown and she carried a white prayer book garlanded with American Beauty roses. The bride, given in marriage by DRESSING IP IS TEEN FASHION The teen-ager who wants to look like a girl is the one who confines the blue-jean, sloppy-sweater routine to her room, left. She's caught on to the fact that boys prefer girls who look, as if they took some trouble about dressing, girls who are feminine. Shopping for spring shoes, centre, she picks good-looking high-style flats In soft leather for both school and dress wear. Ready for Friday night at the movies, she wears., right, a slim leather flat that's soft as a glove on her foot. It has the new tapered toe and trim of open white buckle. Flat are ideal for her shoe wardrobe since they give her both fashion and comfort. jVows Repeated nox Church Interest In Grooming Teens Like Good Style Vows Repeated At Smoky Lake SMOKY LAKE Knox United ; .., . ,..,' . ' i , f m church was the scene of a ( 1LW 1UII. UCA iUt IUU SiUVCtiiJ muuc vl ui'-ao, jwuu .... ' rf Ahpp anri thp latp fr. TTrvhnr- . w...u h. .k,w, lit,, in armiir a MttU aouow-nng ceremony wot for travelling TO me lono , .... .... .... IOIlg ag0, pre "uBu u.c --rr - - Maskalvlt hpcamp thP of the bride's narents. M: ...... .,1..riM.r.r,wliH Valipv. tJie hride changed to a as, became the bride .of Mr. window at any gathering of teen- ol that precious sometnmg canea ... i.. 615,ailii.u.u.u,.-. ... . "I. . ... ,r ........ lolamnr orown. Driniea sus sneaui iap- james caruie uiasier. son oi ait i age rttis wouia mase yuu wu-, T(fSj Dnae' aclea as oriaesmam. iney sister. Miss Esther Fjellner, ana Js2! were gowned in pale pink or- Mr Ravmond Bisson was best gandy frocks, the fitted basques : man witnesses were Mr. Roby of the gowns tied at the front j antj Mr. St. Martin. Mrs. William with deep rose velvet bows that velie was organist and soloists fell ln streamers to the hemlines. were Miss Jacqueline St. Martin Matching velvet bandeaus were I and Mr. Blackburn, in their hair and they carried j Following the ceremony a rearm bouquets of pink carna-: ception was held at Valleyview tions and white snapdragons. hotel, followed by a wedding Mr. A. Moore of Banff at- dance at the Jubilee Theatre, tended the groom as best man ! Mr. and Mrs. Roby will residt and ushers were Mr. A. Harvey, j in Valleyview. Mr. Harley Webb and Mr. Earl j Dunsate. Mrs. J. R. Hecklev ! POETIC LAWYER played the wedding music. Louis Honore Frechette, French- of honor For her wedding, the bride : ped with a beige linen duster. ! and j,, carlyle Glasier of Coro-' where the scrubbing brushes GLAMOR IN COLOR chose a ballerina-length gown of imported Swiss nylon embroidered in a floral pattern. In princess style, the gown was fashioned with portrait neckline, shirred sleeves and a full sweeping skirt. Her chapel veil of misty illusion was gathered to a coronet and she carried a cascade bouquet of white Shasta daisies, centred with a mauve orchid. Miss Meyers wore a ballerina-length frock of pink embroidered Her accessories were brown and beige and an orchid corsage completed her ensemble. Mr. and Mrs. Proudfoot will reside in Edmonton. WEE WOMEN "It might appeal to me more if I weren't down to 900 calories a day." nation, at an attractive wedding ceremony solemnized in Knox United church. Rev. A. G. S. Edworthy read the marriage lines for the double-ring ceremony. The bride, who was given In marriage by her brother, Mr. Paul Hryhorak, chose a cocktail-length dress of white Chantilly lace over satin, the bouffant skirt flaring over a crinoline. She wore a matching lace jacket. Her chapel veil was held in place with a coronet of pearls, and she car- i ried a Bible, adorned with Sweet heart roses. ' MLs Lavina 'Glasier, maid of Following the ceremony, a re- Canadian poet who died in 1908, double-ring ceremony when Muss , ception was held at the home was also a lawye- and member C. of Parliament. hrlrie nf Mr . William Fwnnlak Keifer toasted thp bride. before an altar banked with ' For travelling, the bride ; Add a little piece of cooked ' enri rrr Klncrnme ' I oKinn Oj4 fry a m-ow ailnrod cnitihsm tn Wiat pan of Crpen DeaHl n . 11 I. , . OMllM UlVOWtllB. Vl&v. n All.. kl.v.u u u. w i.u.i. .v ...... - " imp Kav lo cuuLuie ilislu - ... . realize that there's witchery in color. Don't hide a sparkling per- Ewoniak of Edmonton. Rev. Mr. Musto officiated. Given in marriage by her father, the bride chose a slipper- and pails were hidden. Club meeting, party, dance it 1. 111,1- TTonnTAnA Xd Z "i memb7; 0f a clean-i sonality with drab- duU color5' ooked like a member or a clean-, lp and demure ing crew. The uniform was a. overpower your pers0nlaity sloppy sweater roUed-up jeans. brlIUant co, Soft sha(Jes and dirty saddle shoes. Some-jare for where along the line, you teenersj ... s missed learning about the fun of fasnionable dotnes alone don't; length gown of soft white tulle, dressing to look pretty, and good: make ashionable lady. It j the bouffant skirt ln tiers of net. takes faithful adherence to the i Chantilly lace appliques outlined rules of good grooming and good! the portrait neckline of the gown health. It requires time and ef-' and formed the tiny sleeves. A fort. But the wise teen-ager who, half crown of seed pearls held is beauty conscious will be the! her fingertip veil of Illusion and first toxadmit that it pays off in 'she carried a white prayer book mounted witn red sweetneart The bride is the daughter of i with navy accessories. A pink : you are heating. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Maskalyk of Smoky Lake and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew the! grooming was considered badge of the "square." But recent surveys show that teeners are developing a sincere, interest in being attractively dressed and well T i popularity There are many smart-looking spnaratpc that, ran hp mixed and honor, wore a pink nylon net matched for sch00, wear or an informal date at a friend's home dress, in cocktail-length, over a! Be Smart crinoline. The bridesmaids, Missj Slip a few slices of pimiento on ; oiga Radoraski and Miss Helen a Cheddar cheese filljig for a ; Kwasik, wore blue nylon net and tangy toastea sanawicn. How To Be More Beautiful -BY MARY MORGAN - BEAUTY STARTS WITH SKIN CARE The right kind of make-up help protect your ekia against weather covers minor blemishes give you a natural, flattering look. Oily or normal skin responds beautifully to a moisture type make-up, tinted to flatter your skin tones. Solitair Cake Make-up is one of the best since it has a lanolin ba to keep your skin soft and supple. At the same time, it gives splendid protection against sun and wind. Apply in light, even strokes with a damp sponge. Lasts for hours, and is reasonably priced. If dry skin is your problem . . . or if you prefer a natural, dew-touched look ... I suggest you try Magic Touch Cream Make-up. Smoothed on lightly with finger tips, this tinted cream make-up softens and lubricates, covers fine lines and blemishes. It serves to supplement natural oils and protect against drying and aging. May be used with or without powder. Solitair and Magic Touch are two excellent products of the Campana people. At variety swrsi and better drug stores. or a movie. Their use is unlimited when a gay scarf or pretty lace dreeses-ocktail-length. The!costume iew uu uuc vail utJi uia b uitj i - iiJ-v. - er to look at than blue Jeans. flower girl, little Donna Marchy shyn. was in yellow nylon net. Each carried nosegays of early summer flowers. Master Bobby Hladun was ring-bearer. Mr. Michael Hryhorak, brother of the bride, was best man and ushering guests were Mr. Joseph Hryhorak and Mr. John Easton. Mrs. J. H. Simoneau, the groom's aunt, was soloist. Foot doctors are pleased to see saddle shoes and sneakers relegated to occasional wear, for their shape became distorted; from constant use. SiDce bones aren't fully formed until the age of 21, these distorted shoes, in turn, caused distorted feet. CHOOSING SHOES You ' don't have to give up "flats" in order to look attrac- r. im .f twL rmm,.nif v- But this year theyve been hall, where Mr. R. Rudnyski pro- d(re,ssed for ta, srtl i .v.. .k. ! styles. As a matter of fact. For aonoon p to Banff, ! "y'r! " exactly flat Jlost of; the misery coitions Natural (, hri1. pha-.aprf tr a fWWvi i mem nave a smau neei aooui a mien dark blue, box - style suit, with Linen hats, so casually charm ing, play a stellar role in most of in a bucket shape and half inch. And all will keen their multistitched, has a jaunty air white accessories. She wore a shoulder spray of Sweetheart roses. On their return, the couple win make their home at Drayton Valley. shape. When you shop for shoes remember (hat health authorities, advise that all shoes for steady wear should be leather throughout and a perky self bow right over your brow. A white linen embroidered with tiny pastel bouquets, softly draped, has a youthful freshness that complements your pastel ensembles. roses. Maid of honor was Miss Louise Lazaruk and bridesmaids were Miss Grace Maskalyk. Miss Grace Palamarek and Miss Gladys Ewoniak. Dr. John Serbu was best man and ushers were Mr. Harry Ewoniak, Mr. Arthur Daniels, Mr. Walter Zukiwsky, Mr. David Maskalyk and Mr. Kenneth Ewoniak. Mrs. A. Holmes was organist and soloist was Mr. John Howie. A reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. followed by a wedding dance at the home of the groom's parents. Mr. William Maskalyk of Los Angeles. Calif., proposed the toast to his niece. For travelling, the bride changed to a beige sheath dress and duster ensemble. Her accessories were turquoise and she wore a corsage of red roses. Mr. and Mrs. Ewoniak will reside at Stettler. Bananas, dipped in batter and fried, make an excellent accom paniment to a ham steak. ANNIVERSARY SALE MOVIE STAR SHOES Smartly styled Bhoes that re fashion hits here BroKen si nnw in pumps, sandals and casuals now cleanng at 1 Pr. $4.88 or 2 Prs. $5.00 BOYS' RUNNERS S.rftuu'oS.! monton's top values In boys' footwear. 1.98 Special, Pr. , I liirkJ'C Cl-IOCC Value comfort and long wearing quality MtPI J jnUtJ aj-e featured In CHICS Anniversary Clearance of men's loafers, slippers and canvas SO. 8 8 casuals. Priced at, Pr - S SPECIAL CLEARANCE SSK.SauTS ! I Capri straws and other glorious summer I creations. Priced from, Pr. $2-88 j fUll hDtW'C Cl-inrC See our grand collection of VniLUIVCn J JnwtJ children's boot strarjs. sandals and oxfords made bv Canada's leading manufacturers and including such popular models u Our Gang. Jack & Jill, Ped School iiouse, and many omers. cn 05 Priced from. Pr - A.- to $2-95 $6-95 iTtT CUnrC The season for cool whites is here. The WnilC Jnutj stock and the styles are here in a beautiful vet economical arrav. Shop now while our selection is complete. Sandals, pumps A Q5 &"T 95 and casuals Priced from Pr. 4, to "f w Chic Shoe Stores WHYTE AVENUE ALBERTA AVENUE JASPER PLACE IbMOOOOOOMOOOOOOOMOOOOOOC HOLLINSWORTH'S 3 DAYS ONLY sV .m . mm mm m s mm, mm .95 4C.35 4935 Reg. 39 HOLLINSWORTH'S DO IT AGAIN 336 FULL-LENGTH COATS Positively the largest collection of coats ever shown in Edmonton. . . cleared to us by one of Canada's leading coot manufacturers. FABRICS Luxury wool tweeds, wool boucles, multi-tweeds, homespun tweeds, cashmere types, peasant tweeds, wool and mohair, yarn dyes and novelties. Thrilling variety of colors. 3 DAYS ONLY We blame the weather you can thank it for this drastically low price. Every important silhouette included. Mony original samples. Sires in Misses', Juniors', Women's sizes. EXTRA FLOOR SPACE EXTRA SALES STAFF OPEN A MONTHLY ACCOUNT TODAY They're Absolutely Terrific Values OPEN THURSDAY TILL 9 P.M. A JZ tl' ... .t&iw H) 10152-101 St. l .1 . miM 1 1 in Jts.1 ft.

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