The Leader-Post from Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada on September 1, 1944 · 4
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PAGE TOUR THE Womens World IV.M.S. presbyterial meets in Moose Jaw MOOSE JAW, Aug. 31 The executive of Moose Jaw presbyterial of the United church met at the Y.W.C.A. Monday with Mrs. V. R. Hutchinson presiding. Mrs. W. Giles conducted the devotional and read Kiplings If We Only Understood" Mrs. G. C. Parker and Mrs. A. Wilson were nominated delegates to attend the school for leaders to be held in Regina, Sept. 18 to 22. Mrs. W. A. Snider and Mrs. R. Stirton are alternate delegates. Routine business was dealt with. The next meeting will be held on Oct. 16. MRS. W. D. CRAIG has re-1 MANY GUESTS were welcomed turned from Victoria wherei to the Tlue room of the Ho-she spent four months as the tel Saskatchewan Wednesday Juvenile lodge, Daughters of England, meet at S.O.E. hall on Friday night at 7:30 p.m. guest of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs, J. C. Matheson. She made the trip both ways by plane. Mrs. A. Montgomery and Miss Doreen have returned to Calgary after a vacation visit at the 1 mi of the formers son and daughter-in-law, Leading Seaman and Mrs. A. D, Montgomery, Bruce apartments. Miss Mary MoodyclifTe is visiting in New York, guest of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. T. F. A. Prance. Phone 6641 Lome St. and 11th Ave. FRIDAY and SATURDAY SPECIALS Gem Quart Sealers, special, do. Bulk Mustard, !i-lb. cello pack Pickling Spices, ij-Ib. Pkg Pickling Vinegar, gallon Gem Glass Tops, doz Certo Fruit Pectin, bottle Gem Metal Rings, doz 1.19 15c ISc 59c 25c 25c 29c Ideal Quart Sealers, 1 1 C special, doz, I . I Pure Orange Marmalade, 2-lb. tin Patricks Vanilla Custard Powder 12-oz. iqc carton .. Choice Pumpkin 16-oz. tln,2forcac Christies Premium Sodas, 1-lb. pkg. . . . Maple Leaf Cheese, Vi-lb. pkg. FRYS BREAKFAST COCOA Vi -lb, tin . 1-lb. tin . Purity Bleach, 40-oz, bottle 35c Mephlslo Sardines, in 1 Am oil, (In IUC Raspberry Jam, 2-lb. JJq E. D. Smith Pure Plum OCm Jam, 2-lb. Jar Jam, Jellies, Marmalade, 6-oz. Jar Spork or Kam, 12-oz. tin Malkin's Best Dated Coffee, 1-lb. pkg Robin Hood Quick Oats, 5-lb. bag Quaker Corn Flakes, 3 pkgs Quaker Puffed Wheat, 3 for Wax Paper, 100 ft. roll . . (J0if8 (3111 tuuii m iirfS COCOA 15c Westminster Toilet Tissue, 4 for Purity Water Softener, 2-lb. bag Classte Cleanser, 4 tins Purex Toilet Tissue, 3 for Ivory Soap, 2 large bars I', and G. White Nap- tha Soap, 4 for Kirk's Castile Soap, bar Variety Square! or Mealies, 2-lb. pkg. . . . 19c 19c 25c 25c 19c 19c 5c 25c Washington Bartlett Pears combination fancy and 9 9C extra fancy, 20-lb. lug Italian Prune Plums, J 0fj Finest Eating Grapes, 23c B.C. Wealthy Apples, 1.89 Sunkist Valencia Oranges, 252's, 2 doz. B.C. Transcendant Crabapples 3 lbs. 25c Case 2.69 Head Lettuce, 2 for B.C. Pink Meat Can- taloupe, lb B.C. Field Tomatoes, 28-lb. lug Southern Sweet Potatoes, 2 lbs Green Peppers, lb Golden Bantam Corn, doz Snow White Cauliflower, lb Firm Cooking Onions, 6 lbs 1-ocal New Potatoes, 10 lbs 9c 2.59 Z9c 20c 39c 10c 25c 22c COMMERCIAL QUALITY BEEF Shoulder Roast, lb Blade Rib Roast, lb Rolled Ribs, 7 ribs, lb Plate Brisket, rolled, lb Sweet Pickled Corned Beef, lb 23c 25c 30c 18c 22c Round Bone Shoulder, lb Plate Brisket, cut up small, 2 lbs Rump Roast, lb. . ., Sirloin, T-Bone or Round Steak Roasts, lb. Cross Rib Roast, lb 24c 25c 30c LAMB Legs of Lamb, lb Loin Lamb Chops, lb 33c 35c Front Quarter Lamb, lb Breast of Lamb, lb 27c 19c 15c GRADE A FOWL lb. 29c MILK-FED B CHICKEN, lb. 35c Back Bacon, sliced, lb Side Bacon, rindless, lb Smoked Jowls, lb 49c 45c 20c Cottage Rolls or Butts, 38c Pork Shoulders, picnic qfl style, lb. 35c Ontario Cheese, lb. Hamburg, commercial quality, lb Beef Liver, lb Beef and Pork Sausage, 2 lbs. Beef Tongues, lb Pressed Ham, lb 15c 25c 25c 23c 40c Macaroni and Cheese Loaf, lb Head Cheese, lb Wieners, lb Sliced Bologna, lb Garlic Sausage, lb yearling Front Quarter Mutton, JQq Loin Mutton Chops, 2 lbs. MUTTON Breast of Mutton, 3 lbs. . . Summer Sausage, lb Legs of Pork, lb Shoulder Roast, lb Loin Chops, lb. GRAIN-FED PORK 30c 25c 35c Pork Liver, lb. Pork Spareribs, lb Pork Tenderloin, lb MILK-FED VEAL Leg or Loin Roast, 33 Q Konnd Bone Shoulder, 25c ribs 3Qc lb. - Rolled Ribs. 7 lb. Shoulder Roast, lb Brea.t of Veal, 2 lbs loin Chops or Steaks, lb Pink Salmon, 90 e lb Black Cod, ?5C lb. Smoked Fillets, 35c Fresh FUlets, 32c lb. Kippers, pair Halibut, sliced, lb Red Salmon, lb Boneless No. I Hams, lb. 30c 25c 25c 19c 25c 25c 30c 15c 22c 43c 23c 29c 38c 20c 38c 35c 47c when the American consul and Mrs, Walter S. Reineck entertain' cd at a reception In honor of the American ambassador to Canada, the Hon. Ray Atherton and Mrr. Atherton. Mrs. Atherton wore a handsome sheer ensemble of shell pink and black with small black model hat while Mn Reineck was attired in a black and Cope l-hagen blue ensemble with harmonizing feather hat. Large bouquets of gladioli graced the room and the tea table was centred with a basket of many shaded gladioli. Mrs. A. P. McNab, Mme. G. A. H. Trudeau, Mrs. Rex Schneider, Mrs. Hollis W. Williams and Mrs. F, L. Thornton performed the tea room honors. UADEh-POST, REGINA, New aerial record in China theatre CHUNGKING, Aug. 81. -In two battles near Yuchow in Hunan province, Aug, 29, U.S. Fourteenth Air Force fliers made the best score they have yet achieved 49 planes destroyed, probably destroyed or damaged. The figures were given in the communique from Gen. Stillwells headquarters. It also reported fresh American raids on the Hankow and Canton areas and a fight with Zeros near Hankow in which eight enemy planes were shot down and five damaged. Club votes $200 'JHE aum of $200 was voted for the Dominion seed fund by the Saskatchewan headquarters branch of the Canadian Prisoners of War Relatives association at their August meeting. Discussion took place as to the need of sending seeds to prisoners in Germany to be used next year. Various members quoted letters from prisoners of war expressing pleasure in their gardens grown from seeds supplied by the association previously. It was decided to support the fund and be prepared for any eventuality. A hall and fa- ,J duties have been donated for a Memorial llla social evening arranged for Sept. 13. All members and relatives in Regina on that date will be welcome, Mrs. J. Cromb, 2252 Montague street, Is in charge of tickets. The food supplies committee reported Increased activity, 41 orders of food Items for next of kin parcels having been filled during the month. The association got Into touch with 21 new next of kin In the province. Regina W.C.T.U. branches held a service the first of the week at the cemetery in memory of former members burled there, the rites taking place near Mrs. W. P. Reekies grave. Mrs. G. K. Baldwin reai' the list of namea and Mrs. -A. BufTam led the devotional service. Flowers were put on each members grave. Mrs. H. G. Andrews with a committee had charge. ESCAPES FROM FRANCE: Emilienne Moreau, heroine of the last war and holder of the British Military Medal, the Croix de Guerre and the Red Cross Medal, is in London after escaping from German-held France. She is a delegate to the Consultative Assembly of the resistance movement. Mr. and Mrs. John Williams, Jr., have returned from Vancouver, where they spent several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. K. F. Smith, Dallas, Texas, are spending two weeks as guests of the formers parents, Mr, and Mrs. W. H. Smith, Swift Current Mrs. D. H. Koyl and her son, Gavin, have returned after spending six months in Saskatoon at the home of Fit. Lt. Koyls parents Mr. and Mrs. A. L. KoyL MR. AND MRS. E. A. JOLLY 1 and Miss Isabel Jolly, Reg.N., returned Wednesday from a two weeks trip to Montreal where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Jollys son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. William Jolly. They were ac-Icompanied home by Master Jack Jolly who will spend the winter here. Leading Writer Douglas Jolly came from the east coast to accompany his parents and sister home and Is spending leave here. Miss Joan Balfour entertained at tea on Wednesday afternoon In honor of Miss Jean McNiven, who leaves shortly for Toronto where she will attend university. At the tea an out-of-town guest was Miss Ann Wilson, Toronto. Regina Tennis club will hold an open dance In the clubhouse Saturday. Fit. Sgt. James Anderson is spending furlough at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Anderson, 1170 Cameron street. Honoring Miss Doris Jean Mac' pherson, who is leaving to join W.R.C.N.S., Miss Eleanor Monan entertained at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Monan, 1372 Athol street. The guest of honor was presented with a gift from those present including: Misses Mildred Bannister, Teresa Mayer, Wilma Jean Kerr, Marjorie Taggart and Mary Stapleton. St. Peters evening branch of the W.A. will meet Friday at the home of Miss Phyllis Tate, 1551 Garnet street, at 7:45. Miss Grace E. Knowlden has returned from Banff, where she attended a summer music course given under university auspices. She spent a day or two in Calgary on her way home. Major Helen Rankin Is spending leave in Regina. She was formerly .in command of the C.W.A.C. here and Is now officer command ing No. 40 company of the C.W.' A.C., Glebe barracks, Ottawa. Leaving Thursday Major Mary Mcllvena will go to Lethbridge to spend leave. FREE DELIVERY Couple mark anniversary LUMSDEN: Home of Rev. W. Gollmer, vicar of All Saints Anglican church and rural dean of Lumsden deanery, and Mrs. Gollmer was the scene of a pleasant surprise party Aug. 26 when a number of congregation mem' bers called to congratulate, the couple on their silver wedding anniversary. Mrs. Gollmer was formerly Alice Symons, of Roc-anville. The couple were married at Moosomin Aug. 26, 1919, on Mr. Gollmerg return from overseas. Their daughter and two sons are Cpl. Mary Gollmer, R.C.A.F. (WX.), LTO. Harold Gollmer, R.C.N., and Ted. who at school Mr. Gollmer has been in charge of congregations in northern Ontario, near Cobalt, and at Parkbeg, Chaplin, Young-ston, Alta., Tuberose, Broadview and Outlook. May, 1941, Mr. and Mrs. Gollmer arrived in Lumsden, where they have kept open house for many R.A.F. service men. Cpl. Nelson, home on leave after five years overseas, attended the celebration. W. Kerr spoke briefly and presentation of a silver sandwich tray was made by Mrs. Frank Gibbs, WA. president Cpl. Mary Gollmer also spoke briefly. Unions honor Mrs. Powell piFTY guests present at held Wednesday night at the Y.W.C.A. by the three Regina W.C.T.U. branches. Guest of honor was Mrs. H. O. Powell who leaves shortly to make her home near P h 1 1 a delphia. To Mrs. Powell an illuminated address was presented with a card bearing the names of those present. Westend W.C.T.U. had made Mrs. Powell a life member on the occasion of Its 32nd anniversary and the accompanying pin was presented at the dinner party. Mrs. W. H. Phillips presided over the gathering and made presentation of the pin; Mrs. John Shaw read the address to the honor guest; Mrs. J. A. Urquhart conducted prayer; and with these three contributing to a program of speeches outlining the part Mrs. Powell had taken in temperance work were: Mrs. H. M. Stephens, Mrs. J. H. Bolton, Mrs. H. G. Andrews, Mrs. W. W. Andrews, Mrs. E. J. Doolittle and Mrs. J. H. Fraser. Happy reference was made to what Mrs. Powell had accomplished toward encouraging scientific temperance education as well as having been a tower of strength to the leaders In all departments of temperance endeavor. She had helped with plans for setting up the Mrs. Sinton memorial shelf of temperance literature at the public library. Her wealth of knowledge along lines of temperance progress and her wise counsels had been valued. Mrs. Powell made a pleasing reply voicing appreciation of the farewell dinner arranged by the unions and the gifts as well as of friendliness shown to her by the unions during her residence here. Asters and stocks formed the table decorations and Mrs, Lydia Dowswell assisted by Miss Nellie Ballantyne and others of 'the Y.W.C.A. . cafeteria staff had charge of the dinner arrangements. Guet Included: Mr. Phillips, Mrs. Powell, Mrs. J. A. Urquhart, Mrs, R. R. Leet, Mrs. E. J. Doolittle, Mrs. H. O. Andrews. Mrs. W. W. Andrew. Mrs. A. Grace Chase. Mrs. L. Bratt. Miss F. Dodds, Mrs. S. McDonald. Mrs. E. A. Moore. Mrs. A. Buffam, Mrs. J, Alexander Ersktne. Mrs. W. U. Plckel, Mrs. J. H. Fraser, Mrs. Laura Stewart. Mrs. E. G. Bourne, Mrs. W. W. Krueger, Mrs. W, Burnett, Mrs. H. Stewart, Miss Ida Loseless, Mrs. W. J. Howlett, Mrs. C. McCannel, Mrs. C. R. Davis. Mrs. W. J. Steele. Mrs. M, Potts. Mrs. J. Greer. Mrs. D. Me-Murriie, Mrs. G. R. Baldwin, Mrs. Ada Algren. Mrs, John Shaw, Mrs, J. A, Menries, Mrs. T. W, Hinton, Mrs. S. B. Sanders. Mrs. G. H. C. Johnstone. Mrs. L. Busk, Mrs. E. Thomson. Mrs. W. T. Ballantyne. Mrs. J. H. Bolton. Mrs. E. C, Tanner, Mrs. E. F. Pratt. Mrs. C. McGee. Mrs, A. H Rankin, Miss Margaret Kingston, Mrs. M. Anderson, Mrs. J. L. Anderson. Mrs. John Monger, Mrs. H. M, Stephens. INDIAN HEAD DEATH INDIAN HEAD. Marven Ward Colton, 83, died at his home. Bom in Oakville, Ont., Mr. Colton has resided In the Indian district for the past 60 years. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Mary Isabella; four daughters, Mrs. D. Jones, Balcarres; Mrs. Hitchens, Abemethy, and Elsie and Eva, at home, and three sons, Percy, Skag-way, Alaska, and Adelbert and Eldon at home. He also leaves three brothers, Alfred in Rochester, N.Y., and George and Herbert in Ontario, and one sister, Mrs. Victor Stephens, Oakville, Ont. DIES IN SCOTLAND Word has been received by Mrs. W. F. Marshall of the sudden death in Glasgow of Miss Rosa-belle (Scotty) Lennox, Glasgow, Scotland, who together with Miss Kath Whyte was an exchange teacher in Regina from the United Kingdom from August, 1930, to June, 1931. Miss Lennox taught in Herchmer school. YOU, TOO, WILL SAY NOW THATS GOOD COFFEE! Rkea set y TASTE ill wth teilcteee fsll.kJi4 fMS4n la FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIALS B.C. WEALTHY APPLES Box. . . BLUEBERRIES Lb. on Basket 30c FANCY RIPE TOMATOES Lb CELERY Fancy Utah, lb. . B.C. ONIONS... CARROTS... gibs, gibs. 8lbs-POTATOES j Q lbs. CABBAGE.. 1.98 3.95 10c 10c 25c 25c 25c 25c 39c 25c 19c GOLDEN CORN Dozen CAULI- 9 lbs. FLOWER.... d CUCUM- O bs. BERS d B.C. CANTALOUPE 27s. Extra Q for QCm Special fa WWW PRUNE PLUMS Case BARTLETT PEARS 5-lb. basket 1.98 59c CRAB- 9 APPLES... W B.C. FREESTONE PEACHES No. 1 4Q No. 2 case, faiww case. BUNS Dozen CINNAMON 9 doz. BUNS fa BLUEBERRY PIES Each APPLE PIES Each LUNCH CAKES Each CUP CAKES Dozen BREAD White, Brown or Rye; loaf PICKLING VINEGAR Gallon. LIBBY'S BABY FOODS 9 tins "25c 1ACI1ES 2.10 10c 25c 25c 15c 15c 20c 7c 59c D 25c 9c LIBBYS PREPARED MUSTARD Jar LIBBYS VEGETABLE SOUP 3 ttas 25c DYSONS MEAT SAUCE Bottle. . 10c PLUM JAM 30-lb. pail BLACKBERRY, LOGANBERRY OR RASPBERRY JAM- 97 2-lb. Jar d I W MARMALADE 9 9C 30-lb. pail... W.CW 3-FRUIT OR ORANGE MARMALADE 2-lb. jar., FRUIT JARS 1 1C Quarts, dozen I I W RUBBER C pkgs- 9C it RINGS W fa WW METAL RINGS OQ-Dozen fawv CORN 9 pkgs. 1 Q. STARCH.... fa IwG DANDEE PUDDINGS Lb LEMONADE POWDER Pkg.. SAVOY CUSTARD-POWDER Lb.. . NEW SEASONS HONEY 1 lb. 4 lbs. 8 lbs. 23c 84c 1.65 WARTIME 9Q n MOLASSES Quarts WWW ARMY & NAVY TEA Lb ARMY A NAVY COFFEE Lb NEILSONS BULK COCOA Lb FRYS COCOA Lb MAGIC BAKING POWDER 12-oz. tin MAGIC BAKING SODA Pkg CHIP SO OR OXYDOL Pkg. IVORY SOAP Cake LEMON OR CEDAR POLISH, 26-oz. bottle WHITE NAPTHA SOAP cakes 39c 43c 15c 33c 23c 11c 24c 7c 19c 10l25c Tnhdt Jtyx&ktstit Special! For Meats and Fish Phone 6639 Free Delivery ROUND STEAK Lb ROUND STEAK ROAST Lb RUMP ROAST Round square cut; 35c RIB ROAST 7 ribs, boned and rolled; 35c BLADE ROAST Lb BLUE RIBBON BEEF ROUND BONE ROAST Lb CORNED BEEF Lb BEEF SAUSAGE Lb SIRLOIN STEAK Lb BEEF LIVER -Lb SHOULDER ... 24c 25c 15c 40c 24c LEG Whole or half. Lb FRONT QUARTER Lb FRESH LAMB RACK OR SHOULDER CHOPS Id.. . . BRISKET Lb 35c 25c LEG Long cut. . Lb CUTLETS Lb LOIN CHOPS Lb ROUND BONE SHOULDER ROAST OR CHOPS 25c FRESH VEAL STEWING VEAL Boneless, lb CALVES LIVER Lb CALVES TONGUE Lb. CALVES' HEART Lb LEG ROAST Lb SHOULDER ROAST Lb SHOULDER PORK STEAK Lb. FRESH PORK SIDE PORK Sliced, lb SPARERIBS Lb DRY SALT PORK Lb. 30c 26c 28c 27c 15c 24c 40c 22c 15c 25c 20c 22c TURKEY Grade B. frozen, lb.. , CHICKEN. B'a Lb . FOWL Grade A. Lb. ... SMOKED JOWLS Lb. TENDERIZED PICNICS Lb. 35c 35c 28c 21c 30c TENDERIZED BUTTS Lb..... TENDERIZED BONE- JC LESS HAM Lb..... tWU HEADCHEESE Lb. LTVER SAUSAGE Lb. SUMMER SAUSAGE Lb. 25c 28c 35c DIES IN GRENFELL GRENFELL. Mrs. Clara Dobson, 81, died at her home here and was buried in Grenfell cemetery following services conducted at the United church. Mrs. Dobson was bom in Leicester, Eng, In 1863. She married in 1901 and in 1906 came to Canada with her husband, who established a contracting business in Winnipeg. They came to Grenfell in 1917. Surviving are Mr. Dobson, and e stepdaughter, Mrs. John Trent, of Brandon. , Hfm M.4r4 by m I.fbl-am may y. tmk atM yM la Ik. arlaS yaa liba Wat. a Irk fl.rar wa kaaw aajay a fackafa tatty! DICKSON 1912 Hamilton St. Phone 74JI 2i ihimann & Co. 7615 -PHONE - 7616 CORNER TENTH AVENUE AND ST. JOHN STREET Friday and Saturday 4 EXTRA SPECIALS IN GRAIN-FED PORK 25c RED AND BLUE BRAND AND COMMERCIAL QUALITY BEEF CHUCK ROASTS 99 A I ROUND BONE Lb :. fadw I ROASTS Lb... Round Steak or Roasts, lb. 38c 7 Bone Rib Roasts, bone-leas and rolled, lb, 36c IlDBliB UGIUS (MB G5EES1 "t? 111 -HM'I i Sept. 4 L For Earlier Delivery Saturday Morning, Please Phone Your Orders in Friday Before 7:30 p.m. Orders Phoned In Saturday Morning After 8:30 Go Out Saturday Afternoon. MILK-FED VEAL ROUND BONE ROASTS Lb BLADE ROASTS 25c 24c LOIN VEAL CHOPS Lb FILLET VEAL STEAK Lb 36c 40c COUNTRY MAID QUALITY PRODUCTS TENDERIZED PICNICS Fresh smoked, lb SLICED SIDE BACON Lb...., PURE PORK SAUSAGE Lb FRESH-MADE BEEF SAUSAGE Lb COOKED HAM Lb 29c 43c 23c 18c 56c FREE DELIVERY LUNCHEON HAM or M flan CHICKEN ROLL-Lb. 4UC HEADCHEESE OR BLOOD SAUSAGE Lb MACARONI AND CHEESE LOAF Lb. 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