The Leader-Post from Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada on August 11, 1944 · 7
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The Leader-Post from Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada · 7

Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
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Friday, August 11, 1944
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wtf J WEDDINGS . ALLCOCK KNUTSON ELBOW: On AUg. 6, at the Lutheran church, Elbow, Mlu Margit Knutson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. K. Knutson of Elbow was married to Jack Douglas Allcock, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Allcock of Kerrobert. Rev. Ostby officiated. Leonard and Myron Nelson were ushers. The church was attractive with plants and flowers. The bride wore a gown of brocaded white sheer with floor length veil and coronet of orange blossoms. She carried a bouquet of pink roses and fern. Her only ornament was a gold locket, a gift from the groom. She was attended by her sister, Miss Esther Knutson. Best man was a brother feasss. of the bride, Gay Knutson, Elbow. Miss Evelyn Webster played the organ. A reception wee held it the home of the bride. For the wedding trip the bride wore emert floral dreu with blue accents. They will be home at Ermine, Saak, aftar Auf. IS. Guetta included: Rev. and Mra. Ottby, Mra. Neleon, Mabel and the three boya, Bernice Lanaier and Evelyn Webater. Out-of-town Kurils included Mrs. Mitchell, Moose Jaw; Miss Melford Thomaaaen, Vancouver. Mr. and Mrs. T. I. Allcork and Feme, Kerrobert MARTIN STRONACII ASSINIBOIA: A wedding attended by many relatives and friends took place at the St. Pauls United church manse Aug. 7 when Robert Walter Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Martin, Winnipeg, was married to Miss Embyl Stronach, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Stronach of Vantage. Given in marriage by her father the bride looked lovely in a suit of white sharkskin, with bridal veil and matching accents She wore a corsage of red sweetheart roses. She was attended by her sister, Miss Velma Lois Stronach. The groom was attended by Victor Bain, Winnipeg. The ceremony was performed by Dr. L. B. Henn. " Reception wei held at the bride's home, the room being decorated and the table centred with the brides cake. The honey moon la being spent in Winnipeg, after which the couple will take up residence at Prince Albert. HOGGMAN PIEHL BRACKEN: A quiet wedding took place at Knox church manse Aug, 1 when Glenndaris, daugn-ter of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Piehl, became the bride of Eric Hogg mao, Flintoft. Attendants weie Miss Ethel Piehl, Bracken, only sister of the bride, and Alver Johnson, Flintoft. Rev. J. P. C. Fraser officiated. The bride was charming in a frock of pale blue sheer worn with white. Her corsage was of pink roses. Th bridal couple will reside at Flintoft, after a abort visit at tha brides home. NMMHMMMMMMIMMMMINNHONMIM Its CHI PSO tor HhW-Hm PISH WASHING! Help yourself to SOFTER KANOS FROM TODAY OH What your hands are all "soap-rtf' and rough from strong soaps? Then quick, change to Chipso fine white flakes with suds so snild they're almost a beauty lather! That strong soap roughness begins to smooth away. Your hands look softer, whiter! Yes, get Chipso . . . and get Hand-Happy! RICH SUDS STAY ACME fill (very greasy pan sptrklts! Watch Chipso suds i-i-p up . . . make china spatkle! And these rich suds STAY ACTIVE . . . tackle grease with real fight. Even the last skillet comes shining dean-quick as quick! Yes, for both sudsing speed to nee you through dishwashing and mildness to make you hand-happy, not one strong granulated, chip, or bar soap equals Chipso Flakes. -rulHWFTIER jreMeaMr GREER NE88 SPY HILL: Spy Hill Norwegian Lutheran church was the scene ot a wedding Aug. 2 when Clara Irene Ness, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 0. T. Ness, Spy Hill, became the bride of Robert Clifford Greer, son of Robert Greer, Spy Hill. Rev, R. J. Rainbow, Rocan-vllle, officiated. Mendelssohns Wedding March was played by Miss Eileen Davis. Spy Hill. The bride, given in marriage by her father, looked charming In a dress of white shear with white veil and wreath. Her bouquet was of pink and yellow roses with fern. She was atten l-ed by her sister. Miss Myrtle Ness, as bridesmaid. LAC. Ray Salway, Brandon, Man., attended the groom. Miss Nerle Greer, nelce of the groom, sang, O Promise Me. Some CO guests fathered at the bride' parental home for the reception. The room waa decorated with pink and white streamer! and fiowen and a tiered wed-dine cake centred the bride's table. A wedding dance was held in the Spv Hilt hall. Mrs. Oreer formerly taught school at Rocan vllle. and as member of the Sny Hill orchestra was well known to the voting folk in surrounding districts. After a brief honeymoon tn Winnipeg. Mr. and Mrq, will make their home In Spy Hill village. FORD MUNRO VANCOUVER. Gladioli, roses, gardenias and ferns formed s pretty background for a quiet wedding held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Grant Waddell, Vancouver, June 30, when Catherine Marion, daughter of Mr. and Mrs William Munro, Vancouver, became the bride of FO. Herbert C. Ford, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. J Ford, Lacombe, Alta., formerly of Regina. Given In marriage by her father, the bride wore a powder blue afternoon dress with chateau veil of net and a corsage of gardenias, sweetheart roses and violets. The matron of honor was Mrs Victor Munro, Regina. Grant Waddell attended the groom. Fit. Lieut. Padre A. Gilbert, R.CA.F., officiated at the ceremony, after which supper was served to immediate relatives and friends. The bride's table was spread with a cut-work cloth, centred with a wedding cake embedded in tulle and gardenias. Mrs. H. J. Ford presided at the tea table. Immediately after the ceremony, FO. and Mrs. Ford left for Banff for the honeymoon. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Ford, parents of ths groom, and Mrs. Munro, Regina. S HARLEY WILSON SALTCOATS. The marriage of Elsie Pearl, daughter of Mrs. R. A. Wilson, of Brandon, and Gnr. Clarence Desmond Sharley, formerly of Saltcoats, took place at Brandon, Aug. 2. Fit. Lt. C. Dale Jonea officiated. Mrs. Ronald Gardner, played the wedding march and also sang. The bride, given in marriage by J. Leece, wore a white embossed satin gown with a slight train. Her full length veil was held in place by a tiara, and she carried a shower bouquet of American Beauty roses. Her bridesmaid was Hannah Marshall, and flower girls were Gail and Arlene Wilson. William Paton, of Brandon, was best man. Reception wts held at the horns of the brides aunt. The rooms were graced with summer blooms. Tha bride's table was covered with a lace cloth and centred with the brides cake In a bank of tulle. Tapers were alight. The couple left on the evening train for a wedding trip to Saltcoats and western points. For going sway the bride donned a navy blue tailored suit with a corsage of red roses. They will make their home in Brandon. CHAPMAN BLYTH ESTERHAZY. St. Andrews United church, Esterhazy, was the scene of a wedding Aug. 3, when Rev. T. Beveridge married Ruby, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Blyth, Esterhazy, and Charles F. Chapman, son of Mrs. F. Chapman, Vancouver. Mrs. E. B. Walker presided at the table and Mr. Walker sang. The bride was lovely in a gown of white sheer made on long torso .ines with matching hat and clra pel veil. She carried American beauty roses. She was attended by her sister, Irene. The groomsman was Lor-ance Larson, and two brothers of the bride, Allan and Clifford, were ushers. A reception was held at the home of the brides parents. For going away the bride chose a turquoise dressmaker suit and a corsage of talisman rosea. After a honeymoon at Jasper the couple will reside at Red Pus, B.C MILNE DENNEHY VANGUARD: Miss Marion Dennehy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Dennehy, Vanguard, was married to James Milne, North Portal, July 11, by Rev. Fr. Hughes of Estevan. The bride has been teaching near North Portal the last two years. Alter a week spent with relatives at Vanguard, the couple returned home. TERRY HALLIW ELL Broadway Baptist church, Winnipeg, was the scene of a pretty wedding July 22 when Margaret Hannah, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Halliwell, Saskatoon, became the bride of Fit Sgt. Ivan D. H. Terry, R.N.Z.A.F., son of Mrs C. R. Terry, Dunedin, New Zealand. Rev. S. A. Westcott officiated. The bride wore a gown of ivory satin and white floral headdress. She carried a bouquet of roses and THI LEADER POST, REGINA, T F V 'H.J.V' 'T yV, ARMY SHOW: Presenting the entire cast of Invasion Revue, Canadian army show unit at present entertaining army units in France. white sweet peas, and was given in marriage by her aunt, Margaret Ruth McKnignt. Miss Bernice Garlick, of Win' nipeg, was bridesmaid, and Sgt. William Pyle, R.N.Z.A.F., Dune din, New Zealand, was best man. A reception wu held et Moores. The couple left for e short honeymoon at Lac du Bonnet and Saskatoon. The bride waa witn the P.F.R.A. in Regina for three years before going to Winnipeg as wireless operator et the air observers school. WHITEHEAD VERITY CARNDUFF. Aug. 5, a quiet wedding took place at the Baptist church manse, Camduff, Rev. T. Wenham officiating when principals were Miss Nellie Verity, daughter of Mrs. Nellie Verity, Camduff, and Grant Whitehead, son of William Whitehead, also of Camduff. Miss Agnes Black and Harry Swayze witnessed the ceremony. The bride wore a gown of horizon rose with matching accessories. Luncheon wa served at the bride's mothers home. After a short honevmoon spent at Carlyle Lake the couple will reside on a farm near Camduff, Personal Mention A1AJ. ALEX GAULD will arrive from the east Saturday and will visit for the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. K. G. H. Williams en route to Swift Current and Calgary. Mrs. Gauld has been visiting in Swift Current for the past few months. Miss Marjorie Davidson, Winnipeg, has returned home after spending a month at Murray Point, Emma Lake. Needlework By LAURA WHEELER And what little girl wouldnt love this baby doll dressed Just like 1-year-old brother or sister. Her Jacket Is crocheted. Sister has curls; brother's hair is straight. Pattern 917 contains a transfer pattern and instructions for the dolls and clothes. Price of pattern, Zlc. (Pice do NOT send stamps.) Address your order to: Pattern Department, The Leader-Post. Limited," Regina, Bask. About 10 days are required to fill orders. No refunds or patterns tx-changed. There is no fashion book of Marion Martin patterns available. Murray Point concert held EMMA LAKE: Settlers came from miles around to ettond the annual concert given by tha Murray Point art students Aug. 9. Three original piays were presented. The first, Kalder's Fashion Show, depicted typical Murray Point apparel and was directed by Mrs. Scull, of Bredenbury. Following this was a futuristic portrayal of a phase of medical science entitled, Bloodless Surgery, directed by Mrs. Cecil Paul. The third, With Malice Toward None, was a humorous take-off on camp personages. Highlight of the evening's entertainment took the form of dance numbers under the direction of Mrs. Adams, of Saskatoon. The Murray Point Group of Eight presented a musical comedy and dance number, leaders being Isabel Miller, Saskatoon; Eileen Scull, Bredenbury. The second group presented the Walts Clog. Ladies lor this routine were Agnes Preston, Cailmound, and Marjorie Binch, Saskatoon. Two Cossack dances were given by six boys under leadership of Alex Federko, of West Bend. Costuming was arranged for by Evangeline Bllokury, of Wakaw. She and Mr. Federko gave a colorful Ukrainian dance. Betweeen concert numbers the audience enjoyed singing camp songs under leadership of John Cracknell, Pathlow; Harold Smith, Saskatoon; Thelma Brady, Regina; and Gladys Kortmeyer, Dafoe. Hawaiian numbers were contributed by Edna Panzer of Rock Glen, and Amid Taplnella of Rock Point. Norvil Wright, Saskatoon, played a violin solo accompanied by Anne Nichol of Langham. Mrs. C. Paul gave a reading entitled, When the Moon Arose. Master of ceremonies for the ocacsion was president of the student body, Eugene Hamm, of Aberdeen. Proceeds amounting to $31 will go into the Murray Point memorial art fund. ETIQUETTE HINT The Ladies' and Gentlemens Manual of Elegance, Fashion and True Politeness," an English eti- r PACK SEVEN quette book of 1850, advises, Never cut bread less than an inch and a half thick. Thin bread la plebeian." ITS DANGEROUS Losing your temper is dangerous because the heart gallops, causing the blood to be forced to the head and brain at such speed and pressure that there is a chance of bursting a blood vessel. A dance will be held In the village hall, North Regina, Friday at 9 p.m. There will be old time and modem dancing in aid of the childrens activities. 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