The Leader-Post from Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada on September 20, 1946 · 7
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The Leader-Post from Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada · 7

Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
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Friday, September 20, 1946
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frtut siVEN 'TEEN TOPS WEDDINGS THE LEADER-POST, REGINA, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 20. 1946- y J Some tasty fashion was dished up for teen-agers at the Princess Patricia fashion sho Thursday evening. Swank creations for teen-agers, ranging from sportswear to the latest thing in evening attire, were modelled by Joan and Jean slashed at the hemline. Watch-DeWitt. chains on a hep-cats skirt is def- Something for the graduation initely in e;athWhiie-tafe ghtWt?Si A zooty Jacket of blue blank- gaf Ln tcloth, three-quarter length, and eye of every fashion-minded femme. The gown' had short puffed sleeves, a fitted bodice and with belted waistline, were shown with red plaid slacks. .The slacks bateau neckline. Joan, who mod- teA?"d bad hih, tiled this little number that belted Lar2e mltt" rt spelled romance, carried a colonial bouquet of deep red roses. Jean blossomed out in a moire taffeta gown made with fitted bodice and gathered skirt. There was a self ruffle around the short rabbits fur, exciting for winter sports, a navy sweater with red design knitted in the shoulder yoke, and brown loafers, were worn with the same outfit. The riding habit modelled by capped sleeves and a sweetheart ?e of twis Le hei1 of sportswear fashion. The icd- purs were beige and the hip-length jacket of brown and beige shepherds check was pleated at the waist and flared smartly out at the back. A brown jockey cap added the final touch. . Smooth Belt The brown plaid pedal pushers with fringed edges, displayed at the show, would add a gay note to any teen-agers wardrobe. They were worn with wide, smooth tan leather belt with gold and silver t design and the model wore a j green sweater. For solid comfort was the plaid lounging suit made with jacket with roll back collar. Brown slacks with fringed edges and wide leather belt completed the outfit. The loose-fitting hip-length jacket was slit at the sides. Tops for campus wear were the white blanketcloth three-quarter length coat and white flannel jacket -with all-over design of Mexican embroidery, displayed at the KUTZLEY MURPHY B.C., and Mrs. Mildred Zentgraf . of Rosetown, sisters of the brides, Theresa Murphy and Elmer who atten(jecj matrons of honor, wore turquoise gowns. Frances Peterson was flower girl and during the signing of the register neckline bow of cerise ribbon provided contrast. Something to make the girls sit up and take notice was the wrap around kilt-style skirt modelled at the show. The skirt, of a show. H. K. R. brown plaid material, was pleat- j ed all-around and fastened at the bottom with a large safety pin It was worn with a brown blazer that opened over a white blouse that was made with peter pan1 nffnn7fiifi; collar. Rumor has it that the lat- f (I III lllllll I To est thing at Central is the new skirt made with fly front and r Seafoam jersey A 7 Byron Kutzley were principals in a wedding ceremony performed at St. Andrews United church, Sept. 9. Rev. Harry Joyce officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Murphy, 357 Ottawa street, and the groom the son of Mr. and Mrs. R. Kutzley, Broad street. Given in marriage by her lather, the bride was lovely in a gown of white slipper satin fashioned on princess lines and with lace panel down the front and shoulder yoke of lace. She carried red roses and fern and wore a double floor-length veil of Swiss net edged with French lace and held by a Queen Anne headdress. Mrs. Hazel Ohren, sister of the groom, was maid of honor, dressed in pink triple sheer gown with blue and pink feather headdress She carried gladioli en tone. Joseph Murphy, brother of the bride,, was best man and Mrs. Fisher, organist. Parents of the bride, the grooms mother and Mrs. Ross, Milestone, grandmother of the groom, received with the bridal couple at a reception held at the home of the brides parents. Recep tion helpers were Mrs. A. Cliff, grandmother of the bride: Mrs. Pete Murphy and Mrs. G. Andrews. Toast to the bride was proposed by her father and Len Likivitis proposed the toast to the S. 1 groom. The bride wore a poudre blue wool dress with cocoa brown coat and brown alligator accessories for travelling on her honeymoon to Vancouver. The bride and groom will reside at 1415 Victoria avenue. Out-of-town guests at the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Len Likivitis, Mrs. Ross. Milestone; Mrs. Pete Murphy, Flin Flon, Man. Miss Coy Schoeneck sang Be cause and Ill Valk Beside You. Mrs. L. Schoeneck played piano accompaniment and Wesley Steele and Robert Broberg ushered. A reception for 40 guests was held at the home of the brides parents. After a honeymoon at Calgary, Banff and points west Mr. and Mrs. Steele will make their home at Rosetown and Mr. and Mrs. Peterson will reside near Gull Lake. Mrs. Steele wore for travelling a mint green suit with black accessories and Mrs. Peterson a deep red knitted suit. Out-of-town guests at the wedding were Rev. and Mrs. Christenson, Webb: Mrs. B. Burmod, Calgary, Alta.: Dr. and eny Mrs. Matheson, Dr. and Mrs. Hart; Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Steele. Mr. and Mrs. A. Longe, MELLOM McDOUGALL CRAIK, Special). United church was the scene of a wedding Sept. 14, when Mary Elizabeth McDougall was united in marriage to Lawrence Mellom, Youngstown, Alta. Tb' bride was given in marriage by her father and her sister Alma was bridesmaid. The brides floor-length dress was of white sheer and she wore full length veil. The bridesmaid chose pink r;el with shoulder length veil. William McDougall was best man and George McDougall and Hedley McDougall were ushers, Rev. Ed. Smith performed the A reception was held at the home of the brides parents. Rev. Barthill; Robert Peterson. Clarence Smith proposed the toast to the Young, Maidstone: Douglas Gilchrist, j bride Mr and Mrs Mellom will Bruce McPhail and Miss K. Galvin. Rose-1 D 1 e lur" na 1 lrh lvleuom WU1 town. reside at Calgary. TORONTO. Autumn flowers and ferns decorated Silverthom Baptist church for the wedding of Dorothy Isabell Zummack, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Zummack, of Regina, to Philip James Dexter, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Dexter of Weston, Ont. Rev. Fred Breckon conducted the service during which the brides uncl Walter Cavers, gave her in marriage. Wedding music was provided by Bert Kennedy and Miss Dorothy Ware was soloist. With her white satin dress fashioned with sheer yoke, the bride wore a long veil caught to a white satin sweetheart head Leader-Post Photo. SVELTE FASHION: Reginas beauty queen. Miss Lillian Cardwell, was one of the models at the Princess Pat fall fashion shows, Thursday and Friday. Left, she models a straight cut black dinner gown with sequin and feather accents. Miss Marjorii Matheson, another model is shown, right , with a two-piece street length wool faille also in black with matching accessories. Feathers and furbelows at Pat club fashion shows Attenders of the first showing of the Princess Patricia club two-day style show, Thursday at the Hotel Saskatchewan found rich fashion fare on the menu. In addition to the latest word in miladys wardrobe they found beauty in the models from the very junior misses, the DeWitt twins to two lovely war brides and Reginas own beauty queen. Miss Lillian Cardwell. Those modelling the clothes and accessories which were all provided by Simpsons were as follows: Mrs. Jean Blythe and Mrs. Pam Laban, both war brides recently arrived in the city; Miss Lillian Cardwell, Reginas beauty queen; the DeWitt twins, Jean and Joan; Mrs. Mary Files, Mrs. Olive Traynor; and the Misses STEELE-COLLIER PETERSON-COLLIER WEBB (Special). Two daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Collier, Gull Lake, were married at a double wedding ceremony solemnized at Knox United church. Gull Lake. Miss Leota Irene Collier was married to Joseph Stanley, son of Mr. and Mrs Robert Steele, Webb, and Ilene Elizabeth Collier became bride of Frederick Robert Peterson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Peterson, Gull Lake, at the ceremony, at which Rev. P. Christenson, Webb, officiated. Both the brides were gowned in white satin and net and each wore a floor-length veil. Mrs. Louise White, Cranbrook, The Quality Tea n ORANGE PEKOE Pertussin has been recognized for over 30 years as one of the most effective cough remedies. Pertussin is scienfifi-colly prepared to work internally. It acts at once. Loosens sticky phlegm makes It easier to raise. Safe and effective for both old and young. Inexpensive! tvoose7 op fAaf ' 4i- Joan Roy, Marjorii Matheson, Helen Henderson and Mar-gory Cameron. tunic effects on coats and dresses alike, especially low-cut shoes and feather emphasis on hats and headdresses. Front fullness was squirrel stole and black high-jBrundage, twijj pages in gay toy-crowned felt hat, black leather j soldier-effect uniforms were si-bag and black shoes. lent, diminutive mistresses of tt- . . ,, , . Mrs. Mary Files appeared in a ceremony against an attractive Highlights of howm were beautifully styled eggshell crepe modernistic stage and backdrop. dinner dress, having a fitted skirt with front drape and long sleeves. The bodice front and sleeves-were adorned with an attractive pat- dress. She carried red roses and i particularly noticeable on evening .jern c sequins and she wore babys breath. Mrs. Marjorie Sillett was matron of honor, wearing a blue taffeta dress with pink feather headpiece and carrying pink roses in a nosegay. Bridesmaids Misses Vera Zummack, Bernice Dexter, and dinner gowns. Femininity a corsage Df gold gladioli across I Mrs. Gill During the intermission Mrs. Margo Boyd, president of the Princess Patricia club and Horace Hindle drew for the door prize, a beauty kit, which was won by was the keynote throughout one shoulder. Mrs. Olive Traynor featured a sky blue evening gown of crepe two war brides modelling, wore with wide shoulder straps and the only shower outfit of the eve-1 gold sequin winged effect at the j show arrangements were: Misses t ? ning. Her dove gray raincoat was! neckline. There was crinoline Daisy Clarke, Lutie Harper and Eileen Grech and Jenny Sala had' featherweight nylon. Its full j trimming at the hipline and her iiwiis of eafoam blue j0rsey Hared skirt, belted into a minute p ink corsage was arranged with pink "and black feathered ' waist with an oversize belt was quaintly across the back. headdresses and carried yellowjtPPfd a feU material hood. Miss Helen Henderson modelled ;goarc meetS 11 RW roe nosegays Black plastic shoes and matching an ultra - smart Persian lamb n James Coates was best man and,handbag -mPleted the outfit. (shorty coat featuring wide tucked- y Q TV nilrSe ushers wereBob Dexter and Ted! Mrs. Pam Laban, war bride, back rM1 aT1 c a: p r,rr p " Greene. Music for the show was pro vided by the Knight Wilson trio. Members of the Princess Patricia club in charge of the fashion At the reception at York Community House the brides aunt, Mrs. Walter Cavers, welcomed cuffs and slashed pockets number two and resident of Re-1 topping a two-piece wool crepe gina under a month, wore a afternoon dress with black skirt charming poudre blue dinner gown to admirably set off her the guests, with the grooms ! Platmum blonde hair Tbe dref mother assisting. was a, modern version of grand- For travellings the bride chose ; ama s styles The eonserva-a moss green suit with black itive necklme ended in self cover accessories. The couple will reside at Weston. Safe, sure BERLOU-protection against moths costs little ... only 8 cents per year buys guaranteed protection for a mans suit. Not affected by dry-cleaning. BERLOU guarantees in writing to pay for moth-damage occurring within 5 years. Get BERLOU today! SOLD IN 3 SIZES BY PEARTS HARDWARE 1725 Uth Ave. (East of Broad) Cl ul) hold white elephant auction Mrs. W. H. Cooper, 2648 Retal- lack, entertained members of the Soroptimist club with a chop suey dinner Wednesday. She was assisted in serving by Miss Ruth Hanel and Miss May Mead. During the business hour which followed. Miss Marjorie Sinclair installed the officers for the coming year. The president, Miss Amy Hall, presided. Letters of gratitude were read from Soroptimist members in Holland and England for parcels sent by the Regina club, and it was decided to continue assistance. Dr. Frances McGill and Miss Ilia Robinson were chosen alternative delegates for the regional conference to be held in Winnipeg next year. A white elephant auction" was held to raise extra money for club activities. Mrs. Effie Taylor offered her home for a Halloween party, Oct. 30. Club notes ed buttons down to the waistline at the back. The front tunic effect was created by an accordian-pleated flounce which joined a double flounce at the back in a quaint bustle effect. The pleating continued down the back and ended in a slight train effect. Shadow pink elbow-length jersey gloves and silver slippers completed this lovely ensemble. Miss Lillian Cardwell looked every inch the beauty queen that she is. Her statuesque beauty was well set off by a black dinner gown wit skirt slit to the knee in centre front. The . front fullness lent dignity and the rich sequin embroidered yoke design was repeated in the black evening bag that Miss Cardwell carried. She wore a black feather headdress well back in her ash blonde pageboy, black gloves and shoes. Miss Marjorii Matheson almost fooled the audience with her quick- change transformations from an upswept to pageboy hairdo. She looked particularly attractive in one all black street-length ensemble. The dress was a two-piece black faille, tunic effect. Gold sequins, splashed across the yoke, was the only color accent and this effect was repeated across the front of the small black hat worn well forward and with a high crust of a brim. Black suede shoes, gloves and red Eisenhower jacket with black trim. Her blouse was of black silk crepe and her ensemble was completed by a black veiled hat with red feather trim and black platform shoes. Announcer for the show was Ron Walsh. Beryl and Beverley LEADER-POST Patterns Patricia Lodge L.O.B.A. meets Monday. in the Orange hall at 8 o'clock. Emergent meeting of Regina chapter No. 7. O.E.S., will be held in the Masonic Temple. Saturday at 7:30. Visit-i , . . . , ors are cordially invited to this special And bag completed the outfit, friendship meeting. Benson Home and School club -will hold a carnival at Benson school, Friday, Sept. 20. at 8 p.m a u n a a a YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS a a The big three accuracy, reliability, experience are all obtainable at Liggetts. Save with safety, and make Liggetts your prescription headquarters, today. Miss Joan Roy made a beautiful traditional bride. Her brunette beauty was a perfect foil for the white feather crepe bridal gown with full gored skirt sweeping into a full train. Wide shoulders ended in tapering lily point sleeves and the front fullness was accented by bugle beads and seed pearls. She carried a beautiful white ostrich feather muff with a large mauve orchid attached to one corner. The feather motif was repeated in . the white ostrich plume coronet. Miss Margie Cameron wore a wool dressmaker suit of powder blue attractively styled with a fitted waistline and fold-over jacket. It was worn with a grey Miss Catherine McLellan, new assistant nurse for the Regina VON, was introduced to members of the board at the regular meeting. Miss McLellan took over her duties Sept. 1. Miss P. Scoular presented a summary report of activities for the months of June, July and August, during which period a total of 928 nursing visits had been made. Plans were "made to assist with the Regina Community Chest 1946 Red Feather campaign, the Victorian Order of Nurses being one of the 17 participating agencies. Mrs. C. H. Koester was appointed convener of the Community Chest committee and will be assisted by all members of the board. GRACE HAVEN TEA Grace Haven Auxiliary have made plans for an anniversary tea to be held Oct. 9, at the Home. Major M. Cosway, matron, will receive with Mrs. " J. Duncan, president of the auxiliary. The ta will he held to raise funds to help purchase the most; urgently needed equipment for the - home. Funds will also be used to assist in the recent installation of a large washer. Public are invited to attend. Tickets may be secured from the ticket convenor, Mrs. E. T. 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