The Vancouver Sun from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada on April 11, 1955 · 31
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The Vancouver Sun from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada · 31

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
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Monday, April 11, 1955
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-WJT1 V 4 ' FY k f 4 k ' .Mwk , .ii. VERA KELLY, Editor THE VANCOUVER SUN: Mon., April 11, 1955 31 Patricia Lynch Married Today One of the loveliest of springtime weddines was held at noon today in St. Augustine's church when Patricia Mary Lynch became the bride of Lawrence Charles Jolivet. EASTER WEEKEND found many Vancouverites relaxing in the occasional sunshine at Harrison Hot Springs and enjoying the famed hospitality of the spa. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Morris and Timothy, 5, and Maureen, 8, were among the family groups who spent the holiday there. Artray Ltd. photo. . IN ONE EAR By Mamie Moloney Remnant Day Advertising it's wonderful, department: Scare headline on a brassiere ad: "Is YOUR bustline out of date?" This new bra, says the ad breathlessly, uses "glamorous air" (not just plain air but "glamorous" air, mind you) to give you an "up-to-date bosom." And this one for the movie Mambo soon to be released with the buxom Silvana Mangano: "The exalting story of a slum girl who attains integrity through her experiences with men and her love of the dance." Integrity? You figure it out it's too much for me. The army gets a new look: Indian army authorities have declared that: "Pin-up girls may not be hung in barrack rooms because they create artificial standards of womanhood." So much for that "glamorous air" bra. Spring Fever Winter Club Ends Season At Capilano Like this definition of Spring Fever from Mark Twain: "Don't you know what it is? It's spring fever . . . When you've got it you want oh, you don't quite know what it is you do want, but it just fairly makes your heart ache, you want it so." Hearst's New Look Wonder how the case-hardened editorial writers for the Hearst press felt when their boss went to Moscow recently and sent home dispatches that were certainly not in accord with his own "hate-Russia" directives for the editorial pages. The Hearst war with the Soviet Union has been going on these past 30 years or more and now William Randolph Hearst Jr., goes to Russia and sends back stories like this: "The men who run the Kremlin today," wrote Mr. Hearst to his own papers, "are not possessed by the madness that drove Hitler to bring Germany down in ruins," nor, "by the recklessness that led Mussolini to tie Italy's kite to the shooting star of Nazidom's short-lived conquest." He also added, "they are not paranoics." All of which is in direct contravention to what the Hearst papers have been saying about Russia these many long years. Perhaps this deviation from the Hearst line may be explained by the fact that young Mr. Hearst seems to be possessed of a sense of humor which was not noticeably one of the qualifying attributes of his late father, longtime head of the publishing empire. Addressing the American National Press Club on his return from Moscow, Mr. Hearst told them of his interview with Mr. Khrushchev in the Kremlin: "The Communist leader told me," said Mr. Hearst with a grin, "that if I got Into trouble with Senator McCarthy back home, I could call on him to testify that during my stay in Russia I was a loyal and capable spokesman for the capitalist point of view." 12-Week Course in Nursing St. John Ambulance will hold a home nursing class at St, John headquarters, 710 Davie, beginning Wednesday. ' Mrs. Winnifred Perry, RN, a graduate of Vancouver Gen eral Hospital, where she was a member of the operating room staff, will instruct the class. The course will continue for 12 weeks and will give experi ence in health education and practical work of improvisation and care of the patient in the home. Emphasis will be given to home care of children, the aged, the long-term patient and the convalescent. Successful candidates will be granted a St John Ambulance Home Nursing certificate. Further information may be obtained at MA. 7042. Rev. Paul Monahan performed the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Lynch and the groom the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Jolivet of Oakwood, Victoria. SPRING FLOWKRS Masses of yellow and white spring flowers in the church accented the gossamer shades worn by the bridal party. The slim brunette bride was lovely in long-sleeved gown of delicate ivory peau-de-soie, fashioned in simple, classic lines. Its bodice, with deep, wide deeol- letage outlined by rows of fragile petals, was molded to the hipline, accenting the full ness of the skirt mat swirieu to a graceful, cathedral train. Over its full length was the veil, an old Spanish mantilla of creamy lace posed over folds of sheer illusion and held by a little cap of heirloom lace. BRIDE'S JEWELRY Pearl necklace and earrings were the bride's 'jewelry and her bouquet was of gardenias, white heather and freesia. Attendants were the bride's sisters, Miss Jean Lynch and Miss Marion Lynch, and Miss Marie Foley, gowned in softest shade of champagne taffeta. The slim bodices were short- sleeved with soft folds at the deep, square neckline. Cocktail-length skirts fell in slim straightness in front, with diagonal folds at the hipline flaring to a full pouf at back. Gloves and pumps were in the same shade. Wreaths of deep green leaves across the back of the attendants' heads held short outstanding veils, like the bride's face veil, and were fin ished at the side with cluster of Johanna Hill roses. Their flowers were roses in warm yellow shades. LITTLE I LOWER GIRL Little Janet Lynch, dnuehler of Mr. and Mrs. W. Peter Lynch, was ner aunt's flower girl, wearing a smocked frock of white organdie dotted with yellow to complement her wreath and nosegay of yellow spring flowers. The page was Mr. and Mrs. C. N. W. Woodward's young son, John, wearing a white satiii suit ruffed at neck and cuffs with white organdie. Christopher Jukes was best man. Ushers were the bride's brother, Martin Lynch of Toronto, William Whittall, Beynon Housser of Eugene, Ore. and John Lang Nichol. The reception was held at Dr. and Mrs. Lynch's home where Harold S. Foley proposed the bridal toast. For their wedding trip to Mexico tne brine s going away costume was a smart dressmaker suit of deep cornflower blue, little flowered hat in yel low and white and short yellow coat. Richmond Riding Cluh Plans Show First hunter show of the season will be the Richmond Riding and Driving Club's "Spring Hunter Show and Trials" to be held April 24 at 12:30 p.m. at Maple Lane Stock Farm, home of Mr, and Mrs. John C. Abramson, 1047 No. 3 Road, Lulu Inland. Mr, Abramson and Mrs. Douglas Reid are In charge of arrangements. W. Wallingford will come from Portland, Ore., to judge the show and his clerk will be Mrs. F. C. Errington. Stewards will be Sergeant Nick Henderson and Ron Evel eigh. Dr. M. Sparrow, Mrs Lloyd Reid and Gus Finnsson will act on the ring committee. Dr. N. S. Wright will announce the show. Programs may be obtained from the entry clerk, Mrs. J. C. Abramson at FUlton 7480. Women Voters League of Women Voters will meet Friday at 2 p.m. in the Business and Professional Women's club rooms, 1(135 West Thirteenth. There will be a discussion on "Fluoridation of Water." Provincial CDL Names Executive Mrs. C. G.. Batson is the new provincial president of Canadian Daughters League. With her on the executive are: Mrs. Vera Knight of Cran- brook, first vice-president; Mrs. Gladys Jasper of Victoria, second vice-president; Mrs. C. Mc-Closkey, secretary; Mrs. John Delany, treasurer; Miss May Story, chaplain; Mrs. Bessie Lefly of Courtenay, sergeant- at-arms; Mrs. Carol Blake of Kamloops, sentinel; Mrs. M. Riste of Port Alberni, historian; Mrs. John Williams, press; Mrs. E. Petit, pianist. a kick line, hokie-pokie jazz Scottish Society session and three sololists. Scottish Ladies' Society No. 1 For the week beginning April .ib tne adults win take over with a mixed curling bonspiel every evening from 5:30 to 11:30 p.m. ending 6 p.m. April 23. Grand finale is the dinner dance at Commodore Cabaret. April 23, with dancing from 9 to 1 p.m. when curling prizes and lucky draw door prizes will be presented. :. will meet on Thursday not Tuesday this month at 8 p.m. in Community Centre, Oak. There will be a shower after the meeting for the sale. North Shore LA Sets Spring Tea LA of Holy Trinity church, North Vancouver, will hold its annual spring tea April 20 from 2 to 5 p.m. in the church hall, Twenty-seventh and Lonsdale. Mrs. J. Reda, president, assisted by Mrs. C. A. Hills, past president, will receive the guests. Conveners will be: Mrs. J. Marron. Mrs. Patrick Grant. Mrs. C. J. Fournier, Mrs. J. A full schedule of events is planned by Capilano i McDaniel and Mrs. J. Ramsay. Winter Club to round out the season's activities. Tonight there will be hockey for the flyweights (under 10 .years) from 6:30 to 8 p.m. and for the pee-wees (10 to 12 years) from 8:30 to 10 p.m. , SKATING PARTY Wednesday a colorful skating party, with some 300 children expected to attend, will get under way at 2:45 p.m. with . four junior soloists followed by an Easter parade on ice from .3:15 to 4 p.m. Refreshments will be served in the club rooms and a magician will be on hand for 'entertainment after the ice show from 4:30 to 6 p.m. ' Wednesday there will be aj " program exhibition of skating! from 8 to 10 p.m. for juniors. Intermediates and seniors with an intermediate chorus line, a .. senior dance group. Western Canada's pair dance champions nd six soloists. AZZ SESSION Friday morning the Easter bunny will be on hand to give favors to pre-school moppets, live years and under, at 11:15. The skating program will wind up Friday night with a UBC Home xEc Undergraduate Society Elects Miss Audrey Dieno was elected president of the Home Economics Undergraduate So ciety of University of B.C. Serving .villi her will be Miss Maxine Nelson, vice president; Miss Jean Parmley secretary; Miss V. Kimpton treasurer; M'ss Joan Orton sports representative; Miss Sue Rae, social ( convener; Miss hue 1 aloof, publicity repre sentative; Miss Joan Mclvor, undergraduate society repre sentative. CDL Meeting Canadian Daughters' League No. 9 will meet Tuesday when reports will be given on the provincial convention held here Officers are asked to report to I the lodge rooms at 7:30 p.m. Cancer WA Annual meeting of the Women's Auxiliary to the Canadian Cancer Society, B.C. Division, and the British Columbia Cancer Institute will be held April 27 at 2:30 p.m. in the Auxiliary rooms, 686 West Tenth. charge accounts invited . . . new imports by Bally of Switzerland, done in the continental manner finished with metic ulous Swiss craftmanship . patent, blue calf, red calf. "Ornata" black so good fitting you can-order by mail also 79 Yates St., Victoria 622 Granville St. ORP Plans Salute To Clans Order of the Royal Purple will present its annual salute to the clans on Tuesday from 8 p.m. to midnight when Royal City Scots, their friends, and pupils of Miss Mary Isdale will present a colorful program of Scottish dances at the Holly wood bowl. ' Tom Johnston, grand chieftain, chief of the Lord of the Isle Camp, Son of Scotland, will take the salute. R. M. Dey, past chief of the Camp, will be commentator and the Mary Dey orchestra will provide music for dancing. Representatives will be from Hebrides Island, Orkney and Shetland Islands, McBains. McKenzies, Glasgow and District, Gordons, Hays and Mclntyres. Dance teams taking part will be Caledonian : Ladies, Brae-mar Dancers. Prince Charles club team, Mary Isdale Dancers. All dances are taught by Mary Isdale and assisted by Bill Kerr. W. Kerr is master of ceremonies for general dancing and conveners for the OORP Lodge No. 55 are Mrs. Peter McKim- mie and Mrs. William Archibald. Veterans' Auxiliary Ladies Auxiliary No. 69 to Army, Navy and Air Force Veterans in Canada meets Wednesday at 8 p.m. in the club room at 1837 Main. If you do not brush your teeth three times a day as dentists recommend. Fights hidden decay and bad-breath bacteria Dental scientists have now proved beyond doubt that new-formula Ipana helps destroy decay and bad-breath bacteria. Dentists generally will tell you that new Ipana, with WD-9, effectively reduces tooth decay when used regularly after meals. In tests by an independent laboratory, just one brushing with new-formula Ipana stopped offensive mouth odor for nine hours. What Causes Wool to Shrink? WotWnc wool In hot watw and using the wrong kind of nap causa millions of tiny fibres ti break down ond shrink. Ploy Safe! Us ZERO Colo Water Soap Ho shrink-tng' Softens water! S9e package food for dozens of washings. For Ml somple, write Dept. 3W, ZERO Soops. Vktorio. B.C Auxiliary to Meet i Ladies' Auxiliary No. 47 to j Army, Navy and Air Force! Veterans will meet Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the club rooms, Forty-third and Fraser. IODE Meeting Marjorie Pickthall Chapter, IODE, will meet Tuesday at 8:45 cm. at the home of Mrs. William Wood Jr, 2893 Point Grey road. Whist Drive South Cambie Community Centre will hold a whist drive Tuesday at 8 p.m. in Douglas Park Pavilion. Twenty-second West and Willow. 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