The Leader-Post from Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada on July 7, 1956 · 6
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The Leader-Post from Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada · 6

Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
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Saturday, July 7, 1956
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PACE SIX THE LEADLK-POST. EEGINA, SATURDAY. JULY 7, 1956 Evils of drug addiction to be shown students PERSONAL MENTION Reginans attending the Took er-Vogt wedding in Ottawa were Mr. and Mrs. Taut Yost. Josepn Dufour has left Rcgina to attend St. Patrick's college at Ottawa. En route he attended the wedding of Dr. W. Reid Waters and Miss Ruth Lois Ereaux in Montreal. Hugh Duddridge, well-known Saskatchewan poet, of Prince Albert, is a visitor in Regina, Ituiia, and Bethune, en route to the Pacific coast for a vacation where he will visit his son and daughter-in-law, grandchildren, and one very new arrival, a great granddaughter, 'Mr. and Mrs. W. Stephenson were guesta of honor at a party arranged by their family Tues day in St. John's United church hall on the occasion of their silver wedding anniversary. Pre sent were 60 friends The eve ning was spent in dancing with a buffet supper served at mid night. The honored guests were presented a set of luggage and 23 silver dollars. . Mrs. Ella Scrivens entertained at buffet breakfast in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Ramesdale Mrs. Ramesdale is the former Miss Sharon Allin. Guests were members of the Regina Little Theatre, Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Alexander and son, Chuck, were visitors at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. A. T, Davidson of Prince Albert. Miss Hazel Hart of Ottawa was a visitor in Saskatoon en route to the east after a trip to the Pacific coast. Miss Hart is well known in Regina and district. Jim Ennis waj a visitor in Prince Albert and Waskesiu, Mr. and Mrs. R. Riach and son Douglas of Long Beach, Calif, are visiting the former's parents Mr. and Mrs. W. Riach, Nokomis and Mrs. C. Fletcher, Regina. W. Quinlan was a visitor at Prince Albert and Waskesiu. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Parkis and Michael and Ann of 78 Alden road, Rochester, New York, and Mrs. Elda Carrie of Holland, Man., are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Tufford, 370-S Dewdney. Mrs. D. M. Parker entertained at her home Wednesday evening in honor or miss rai negarxy July bride-elect. Mrs. Parker was assisted in serving by Mrs. A. McLean and Miss Moira Hegarty. Mrs. W. A. Hegarty performed the tea honors. The guest of honor received a gift from the guests. - Mr. and Mrs. E. Hein and daugh ters, Evelyn and Betty of Prince Albert are visiting friends and relatives in Regina. Honoring Mrs. Joe Binfet, who Is leaving to make her home at Jasper, Alta. 60 members of the Kitchener community attended a farewell tea at the home of Mrs. L. Tanner, 741 Garnet street in Regina. Mrs. J. Moore was co convener and Mrs. T. Hodgson and Mrs. K. Selangers arranged the refreshments. On behalf of he guests, Mrs. Hodgson and Mrs. Selanger presented the guest of honor a chime clock, inscribed "To Mae and Joe from the Kitchener community". Mrs. Binfet also received a corsage cf red roses. Mrs. Hodgson expressed the best wishes of all the friends present. fj ONLY 59 :I TO INSULATE M : ROCK WOOL : INSULATION 4 -uii.n inimiivn w. liv. VANCOUVU. fOMONTOM CALGARY, MOOSt JAW Eastern wedding MONTREAL The marriage of Ruth Lois, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Lemuel Price Ereaux of Westmount, and Dr. William Reid Waters, of Montreal, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Waters, of Re gina, was solemnized in the Sacred Heart chapel of Notre Dame church, June 23, Rev. Russel Breen officiating. The bride, given in marriage by her fath'.T, wore a gown of white faille and lace with an empire lace bodice, pearl embroidered portrait neckline, and a full skirt with inserts of lace forming a long train. Her tulle illusion veil was held by a small bandeau. She carried a bouquet of white carnations and stephanotis. Miss Barbara Soden was maid of honor, and Mrs. Thomas Parkes and Mrs. James Y. Ereaux, sister-in-law of the bride, were brides maids. Miry Jane Garrow was flower girl. Dr. Robert Sinclair, cousin of the groom, was Deai man. Ushers were James Y. Ereaux. brother of the bride, Dr. George Kurzon, and Dr. Paul Tver-sen. The reception was held at the Montreal Badminton and Squash club. Following a wedding trip to Poc- ono Mountains, Penn., Dr. and Mrs. Waters will reside in Montreal. Mrs. P. MacDonald has returned to Vancouver after attending the Forbes-Olson wedding at Wawota and visiting re latives and friends at Regina. Mr. and Mrs. J. Fairley have returned to Regina after an extended visit in eastern Canada. Misses Shirley Brentnell and Evelyn Marshall have left for Bermuda by plane for two weeks. Among the out-of-town guests at the Kloczko-Ollinger wedding in Regina were Mr. and Mrs. J. 01-linger, Judy, Jacque and David of Vancouver; Cecil Fleming, Drink-water; Mrs. J. S. Huber, Joseph Huber and Pearl Huber, Serath; Mrs. E TiUotson and Janice Til-lotson, Kipling; H. Bcrting, Mooso-min; Mr. and Mrs. W. Pelzer, Lipton; Mr. and Mrs. J. Allardyce, Saskatoon. Out-of-town guests attending the Ramsey-Van Der Steen wedding were: Mr. ana Mrs. u x rotter, Kipling; Mr. and Mrs. E. Todd, Balcarres; Mr. and Mrs. D. McCarthy, Corning; and Mr.' and Mrs. A. Smalley, Windthorst, r.iv. f k lr A - Peter Mays entertained In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Ramesdale and Chris Thorpe prior to their departure to. St. Catharine's, Ont. Guests were members of Regina Little Thea tre. LI The home of Mrs. L. Karst, 2342 Ottawa street, was' the scene of a shower complimenting Miss Ann Mang, July bride- elect. Co-hostess with Mrs. Karst was Mrs. David Meier. The guest of honor was presented a woolen blanket, a numbej of tea towels and a corsage of peonies by the hostesses. Invited guests were: Mrs. H. Mang Mn. D Tegart Mr. E. Mohring. Ml'a A. Armbruster. Mrs. A. Plant, Mra. R. cieghorn. Mn. o. Dergef. Mrs. M. Wagner, Mrs. M. Huzina Mrs. J. Meier Mrs. H. Meier. Mrs. H Becker. Mrs. I. Kuffner Mrs. A. Cook, Mrs. D. Whittaker. Mrs. L. Wittal. Mrs. L. Mam. Mrs. A. Mam, Mrs. D. Meier Mrs. A. Ziffle. Mrs. Ida Miller and Misses Olga Vollhoffer and A Dawson. Pupils pass with honors PREECEVILLE (Special) Mrs. Joyce Godfrey's pupils from Preeceville all passed with honors at the Toronto Conservatory of Music piano examinations at Yorkton. Results were grade two Ruth Sandager, 81, first class honors; grade two. Wilda Alioenix, 75; Judy Berg, 74, David Severson, 73, honors. Grade three, David Berg, 77, honors; grade four, Carolyn Nightingale, 77; Kay Sorenson, 70, honors; grade five, Valerie Matti-son, 70 honors; grade six, Marilyn Mattison. 70 honors; grade seven, Pauline Wainwright, 73, honors. Club notes The Queen City Old Age Pensioners will hold a business meeting In the Canadian Legion building Monday at Summer ceremony St. Mary's Anglican church was the scene, July 1, of the marriage of Dorothy Elizabeth McCallum, Calgary, and George Wade Young, Tuxedo, Alta., Archdeacon A. W. R. Ashley officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John McCallum of Regina, and the groom is the son of Kay Young of Tuxedo and the late Mrs. Kay Young. The bride, given in marriage by her father, . wore a dress of blue lece over satin, with matching bandeau. Mrs. Jean Dickey of Areola. sister of the bride, was matron cf honor, and Neil McCallum of Creel, man was best man. Neil McDowell, nenhew of the bride was usher. The reception was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. McDowell, brother-in-law and sister of the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Young will reside in Calgary. MR. AND MRS. FRANK GELSINGER Anniversary marked by pioneer residents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gelsinger, pioneer residents of Regina and formerly of Holdfast, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary June 25 at the Victoria hall. Married in 1906 . at St. Mary's Roman Catholic church in Regina the anniversary was also the occasion of celebrating the marriages of their eldest son, John and their nephew Johnny Mastel, at the same church. Bouquets of peonies and a three-tiered wedding cake dec orated the dinner table. E. C Kennedy, master of ceremonies, HOLIDAYERS NOKOMIS (Special). Mrs. J. Burgess and son Willie of Victoria are holidaying at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. Riach, Nokomis. HELPING HAND MOOSE JAW.'Sask. (CP) Fire men rescued a housewife's roast from a flaming oven, intact and undamaged, after grease spilled and caught fire, causing heavy smoke. ,., ; tar J i a , . ' , a, - u i ? X ( " ' s f i , v. ' : r -: . MRS. E. C. FUCHS: Rev. A. T. Goetz officiated at the double-ring ceremony which united in marriage Theresa Helen Zimmerman and Edwin Clement Fuchs at Holy Angels Roman Catholic church at McLean June 23. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Zimmerman of Zehner, Sask. and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fuchs of Regina. Miss Emelia Zimmerman attended the bride as maid of honor and Loretta Zimmerman and Alma Fuchs were bridesmaids. Frank Fuchs was the best man and ushers were Tony Zimmerman and Alfred Fuchs. A reception and dance was held at the IOOF hall in Regina and following a brief wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. Fuchs will reside in Regina. introduced the guest speakers, Mrs. A. Tell, sister of Mrs. Gel-singer, Rev. B. Lewans, Rev P. Habets and Rev. N. Feist. Mr. and Mrs. Gelsinger were the recipients of many gifts including gold watches from the family and flowers, messages and tele grams. J. J. Savage read congratulatory messages and telegrams from the Queen, Prime Minister Louis St. Laurent, Lt. - Gov. W. J. Patterson. Premier T. C. Douglas and Mayor Leslie Ham mond. MUSIC Music was supplied by Nick Hauck and about 300 guests were present. Mr. and Mrs. Gelsinger came to Canada in 1903 from the old country and after their marriage in 1906 moved to Holdfast to farm. They retired in 1944 and returned to reside in Regina. Of their nine children, eight are still living. Joe, Ben, John of Regina, Tony, Frank of Holdfast, Mrs. E. C. Kennedy, Mrs. A. Ullman and Mrs. J. J. Savage also of Regina. They have 15 grandchildren. VANCOUVER (CP The cold, starting to use drugs usually fall unadorned facts of drug addiction will be presented to Vancouver school students next term with the approval of parent-teacher groups. "But there will be no show-business," school trustees warned Thursday. Students aged 13 to 17 and attending Grades 7 to "12 will not see hypodermic needles or hear squalid details' about the life of the addict. FIRST OF ITS KIND In the first program of its kind in Canada, the children will learn with "factual, accurate and non-emotional instruction." and "we are in agreement," said Mrs. R. J. Zelmer, former president of the Vancouver Parent-Teacher Council. "We don't want anything that would make drugs romantic." In the city with the largest addict population in Canada approximately 3,MX) students will be taught that: Drug addiction does not happen accidentally, the hazards of association with addicts and that addiction is not a disease in itself but usually a sign of mental ill health. NOT PROBLEM IN SCHOOLS "Narcotic drug addiction has not been and is not now a problem in secondary schools, in V a n-couver," says a handbook pre pared by school trustees and principals. "There are no known addicts among the teen - agers in these schools. There are, how ever, addicts among those still in their teens who are no longer in the schools." Reasons Kiven by addicts for Residents honor couple VANGUARD (Special) A larg crowd of Vanguard and district residents gathered at the Legion hall honoring Mr. and Mrs. M. O'Shea prior to their departure for a new home in Saskatoon. The register was signed by 120 guests and Ralph Smith was master of ceremonies. Games were enjoyed followed by community singing with Mrs. V. Anderson as accompanist. Mr. Smith presented a purse of money on behalf of the community, for which Mr. O'Shea expressed their apprecia tion. Dancing followed the program and refreshments were served. School and travel take juggling 7.4 Ito attend. SOFTENER EQUIPMENT LTD. HAS MOVED NEW LOCATION 1322 LORNE ST. PHONE JO.9-3335 -v3 - ENGAGEMENT NOTICES - Announcement to appear under this heading will be accepted by The Leader-Post Classified Dept. Minimum charge. $2.00 for first 50 words or less. Add 4c per word for each additional word. By CAROLYN WILLETT OTTAWA (CP) It takes a bit of juggling to balance world trav els and children s schooling, says the tall, attractive wife of the new United States ambassador to Canada. With a family of three, Mrs. Livingston Merchant has left her Washington home to follow her career-diplomat husband overseas to Paris twice and once to China. Each time, she tried to make Mr. fnd Mrs. Henry C. Brankin, announce the engagement of their daughter Margaret Elizabeth to Mr. Lawrence Alexander Mazurek, Camrose, Alta., son of Mr. and Mrs. 'Alexander Mazurek, Edmonton, Alta. The marriage to take place Saturday, August 4th at 10 a.m., Sacred Heart Church, Re- i gina, Sask. A round trip andlO days in mm - i i - .... ni For details, write to: The BRITISH TRAVEL ASSOCIATION, DEPT. RL29, 90 ADELAIDE STREET WEST, TORONTO, ONT. or consult o) o)LT your local travel office. Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Millan, Kingston, Ont., wish to announce the engagement of their daughter Ann Marie to Henry .H Vermette, Kingston, Ontario, formerly of Regina, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry L Vermette. The wedding will take place in St.' John The Apostle Church, Kingston on August 6th, 19.56. Mrs. Ernest B. Staplcford, Moss-bank, wishes to announce the engagement of tier only daughter Eleanor Joan, to Edwin Albert, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Singbsil Mossbank. The wedding will take place at St Lukes Anglican Church, Mossbank, August 4, at 2.30 p.m. Joan is the daughter of the late Mr. Ernest B. Staple-ford, Regina. Mr. and Mrs. Saville Taylor announce the engagement of their elder daughter, Mildred Joy, to Mr. Clifford Smith Darke, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence T. Dariw. The wedding will take place et St. Paul's Pro-Cathedral, Friday, August 10, at 6.30 p.m. MOHAMMED need not have gone to the mountain! Classified Want Ads would have found someone to bring it to him! For NAT-56 fast-action dial LA.2-7634. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Hoglund of Assiniboia, Sask., wish to announce the engagement of their daughter, Darlene Flora, to George J. Germaine, son of Mrs. I. H. Howard of Eugene, Oregon, U.S.A. The wedding will take place on Saturday, July 2Bth, at 2:30 p.m., St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Assiniboia, Sask. Mr. pnd Mrs, G. L. A. Daverne of Rogina announce the engagement of their daughter, Loma Ger-aldine tc Mr. Ronald Parke White, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. D. White of Edmonton. The wedding will take plice on Saturday, Aug. 4, at 2:00 p m. in Westminster United Church, Regina. Mr. ,nd Mrs. Fred Yanko, of Kellihcr announce the engagement of their daughter, Caroline to John C, son of Mr. and Mrs,. George Moneo of Regina. The wedding to take pl"ce at St. Nicholas Church on Saturday, July 28th, at 3 o'clock. Mr. pnd Mrs. G. Gessner, Strasbourg, Sask., wish to announce the engagement of their only daughter Irene Edith to Michael Metro Wor-oniak, ten of Mr. and Mrs. J. Wor-oniak, of Wawota, Sask. The wedding to take place, July 27, St. John's Lutheran Church, Strasbourg. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Haack of Regina wish to announce the engagement of their daughter Eleanor Louisa to Bernard Edison Sve-dahl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eric Svedahl tf Edgeworth, Sask. Wedding to take place on August 3rd at 2.30 o'clock at Grace Lutheran Church, Regina. BETWEEN OURSELVES y y s One dessert the lady visiting England really appreciated, was a pie made from sweet English blackberries. On the day of her return trip to Canada, she met her brother-in-law in London who drove her out to the airport. Just as she was about to board the plane, thy brother-in-law handed her a parcel. ! It turned out to be a bottle of fresh blackberries, a'-l washed and sugared, ready for a pie. Soon after her return to this side of the ocean, the lady and her family were eating pie made from berries that had been growing on the bushes in England just hours before. A well-bronzed customer who was patronizing a posh beauty salon became most exuberant in her praise of a distant vacation spot from which she and her husband had just returned. The hairdresser, to whom she was relatin j her adventures enviously expressed the wish that she could afford io take a vacation to this particular spot. "Why certainly you can afford it," said the customer. "Anyone can. All you have to do is set aside a hundred dollars a week from your housekeeping money." One morning at the shop there was a call for the manager. "Hello,"' came the voice over the phone. "I'm Joe's landlady. I'm calling to tell you that Joe won't be in. He says he isn't feeling well." "Do you know what's the matter with him?" inquired the manager. "No I don't," was the reply. "Could you ask him for me? said tne manager, no I'm sorry, he Isn't in," came the answer. . "Coffee break time'1 caused some consternation for one 10 o'clock devotee recently. Drinking heartily until a foreign substance floated to the surface, he registered great embarrassment upon discovering that he had neglected to take the wrapping off the sugar lumps. sure her children collected college credits as well as travelling experiences. A n d , it apparently worked. COMPLETED COLLEGE With a happy twinkle in her blue eyes. Mrs. Merchant says her two daughters are sure they gained much from their travels and they completed college careers without any trouble. Both daughters now are married. Mary, Mrs. Robert -Jasper-son, lives in Missoula, Mont., and Elizabeth, Mrs. Merchant Luetz, who has three children, lives in Steamboat, Nev. Livingston, Jr., 15, attending school in Washington, will spend summer holidays here, so his education won't be' interrupted, said his mother, chatting and sewing in the cosy library of her Rock-cliffe Park residence. During Mr. Merchant's previous tours of duty for the U.S. state department, his wife and their three children spent two nine-month periods in France and stayed eight months in China before being evacuated in 1948. Double-ring ceremony A double ring reremony was solemnized at Holy Rosary Cathedral, June 16, when Rev. J. Mc-Manus united in marriage, Clor-inda Scarpelli, and Louis Albert Gianoli. The bride is the daughter of Frank Scarpelli and the late Mrs. F. Scarpelli of Italy,- and the groom is the son of Mrs. Angela Gianoli of Rcgina and the late William Gianoli. Given in marriage by her bro ther, Frank Scarpelli, the bride wore a noor lengin gown wun tiers of net over satin. A lace jacket completed the ensemble. She carried a bouquet of Talisman roses. Mrs. Bruno Beltramini and Miss Ileen Holman were bridesmaids, and Ravelina Zumpano was flower girl. The groom's attendants were Frank Gianoli, his brother, and his cousin. Bruno Beltramini. Ushers were Tony Beigler and Frank Maria. The reception was held in the hall of the Cathedral. Following a motor trip to Was kesiu, Mr. and Mrs. Gianoli will reside in Regina. Britons spend about 800,000,- 000 a year for cigarets and other tobacco goods. 1 BETTY ASHTON'S SUMMER SALE OF BEAUTIFUL CLOTHES In The Latest Stylet Friday and Saturday July 13 snd 14 Jito one of three categories, the oook says: Curiosity as to effect; deliberate act to "get a lift," and to be "one of the gang." "Wo expect our boys and girls to leave school trained as good citizens and with sufficient information on health and social problems to enable them to help the community as it attempts to solve these problems." WARNS TEACHERS The books warns teachers that "melodramatic and emotional harangues must be avoided." It emphasises that medicines must be avoided exceot on the advice of a physician. This is the Postal clerk is retiring EDMONTON (CP) Forty-six years as a clerk in South Edmonton's postal office is the record of Miss Jessie Campbell. Miss Campbell began working in the Strathcona post office in 1910 after arriving from Dumbarton, Scotland. Since then, Strathcona has been absorbed by Edmonton. One of the incidents that Miss Campbell recalls occurred during the iirst World War. Two one-ton weights became detached and fell through the floor of a clock tower. No one was injured but the staff was certain Edmonton was being raided by Germans. main theme of the program at tha Grade 7 level. In Grade 8, the student will learn of habit formation! the effects of addiction on the individual and society will be stressed in Grade 9. The "how and why" of addiction will be taught the senior grades, ending with emphasis on control and the student's responsibility in the matter, CHOOSE CAREFU.LY The instruction will form part of the health and personal development course now in use in high schools. Approval of the "simple, factual and scientific" program came iiom J. r. K., assisuint deputy minister of education, who praised the outline of the course as it was presented to Education Minister Ray Williston, Mr. English, in a letter to the board, said teachers must be care fully chosen for the subject. Estranged tvifc retains jewels LONDON (Reuters) Jamie 0r tiz Patino, member of the wealthy Bolivian tin family, Thursday drooped a claim in the high court here to recover jewels said to be worth 50,000 which he gava to his wife before they became estranged. Mrs. Patino, the former Joanne Connolly of the United States, contends that the jewelry was an outright gift. 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