The Leader-Post from Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada on November 27, 1926 · 7
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The Leader-Post from Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada · 7

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Saturday, November 27, 1926
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f I M Mrtjjyrii.afr 4 4 M4i l - -tfteKttSMIlMfcii . tAb Ss mi a .4w. toi-i tMSbiaudfiBtoRSjfShfei r imm arfcafr rfterii. HIE LEADER, REGINA. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27. 3D2C PAGE SEVEN $ Page o Interest to the Women of SaskatchewanSocietu md Fashion 1 n NOVEMBER WEDDINGS PATTERSON M ART1 N Wednesday evening at 5 oclock the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Marlin, Wascana. their daughter, Mabel Ellen, became the bride of John Pattereon. Lakadina. Ssuk. The ceremony, which took place In the presence of relative and fronds, was performed by Rev. It. G. Car-ruthera. Lumsden. To the strains of the- Wedding March played by Mis. Josephine Kadcliffe, Regina, the bridal party entered the drawing room, which was decorated la pink and white. The bride was given away oy her lather. She wore a gown of white crepe satin with georget flounce, ana a veil held In place by a coronet of cranes bloseoms. She carried a bou-quqof rosea The groom's gift was an ametfcjst and diamond bar-pin. The b-idoemald. Miss Agnes Anderson. was gowned in cut ve.vet of blue and grey enadea She carried a bouquet of pink carnations. Her gl't from the groom was an ameth-jst tar-pin. Mr. Patterson was j attended by Stanley Martin. During the signing Of the regrater, Eld3 Martin sang "All Joy Bo Thine. The young men received Initialled cuff-links. The mother of the bride, Mrs. John Martin, wore a black satin gown with rhinestone trimmings, and Mrs. Mains. Lakadina, sister of the bride, wore a gowrn of champagne georget. For the wedding dinner M.ss Lillian B tidied and Miss Ethel Forbea assisted In serving. Later la .the evening the bridal couple left by motor tor Regina amid showers of confetti- The bride's go lng away costume was of crepe de chine In ashes of roses shade, with a seal coat, the gift of her mother, and a black picture hat. Among the gifts to the bride were noticed a silver service from the Wascana United Ghurch and & silver bread tray and salt and pepper set from her Sunday school class. 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Wednesday, November 14. at 2 o'clock, Roberta Doria, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel V. Haight. Keeler, became the bride of J W. Grant Roberteon, eon of Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Robertaon, New Glasgow, Nova Scotia. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Y. J. Stewart. Regina. The bride vvaa given away by her father, and was attended bv her sister, Miss Gladys HalghL The groom was attended by Wtn. Keeblea. The wedding took place at Budacres Farm, the home of tha brides parents. The bride was attired In mist grey crepe de chine and carried a shower bouquet of sweetheart roses and Iiiies-cf-the-VaUey. and wore a hat of stive' brocade and blue velvet. The bridesmaid wore powder blue georget. and carried bronze chrysanthemums. Little Mias Maurine Gray Stuart, niece of the bride, was flower girl and wore a frock of pink organdy, and carried pink roses. The t rides mother wore black chiffon velvet with sleeves of brocaded chiffon in Hack and garnet. Mrs. J. EL I-angtry played the Mendelssohn Wedding March. The gues's included Miss Maud V. Haight, is w n't Current : Mr and Mrs. C. A. Stuart, Kerier; B. V. Haight. Moose Jaw, and Rev. and M'S. W. J. Stewart, Rtgim. Ir3. H. L Pearsons assisted with the buffet lunch. The table was decorated with lilies-of-the-val-I-'V. orange blossoms and smiiax. Among the g'fts were those from the bride's unciea, J. Z. Fuller and O. G. Ful.er, Orange, California, and from the groom's parents. Mr. and Mrs. A K. Robertson, New Glasgow. The bridal couple were escorted to the train, after which the guests returned to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the marriage of the brides parents Mr. and Mrs. Grant Rohertaon will be at home at 1356 RetalLack street, Reglr.a, after December 1. ORIENTAL A green felt hat from Lanvin with a cut felt tuft at tha top suggests the Chinese. SEED STEEL Thursday, at the Fnited Church at 2.30 o'clock. Miss Elizabeth Emma Steel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J Steel. Lumeden. became the bride of Alfred Percv Seed, ern cf Mr., and Mrs. Johnson Seed, Tregarva, by a ceremony performed by Rev. R. Car- ruthers. The bride, who was given away by her father, entered the church to the strains of the "Lohengrin Wedding March played by Mrs Morrice. Her dress was of white taffeta trimmed with silk lace- She wore a. bridal veil and wreath of orange blossom and carried a shower bouquet of Ophelia roses. Miss Marjory SteeL sister of the bride, was bridesmaid. She wore a dress of blue shot taffeta and hat to match, and carried a bouquet of pink carnations. Fred Kirkpatrick, Craven, was best man. The ushers were Melburn Steel, brother of the bride, and Ivan Seed, cousin of the groom. About 35 guests attended the reception at the home of the bride. The couple tecelved many wedding gifts. The bride has lived In Lams- tor for Dunblane and Saskatoon on a short honevmoon trip amid showers cf confetti and good wishes. On their return they will reside near Glenford. Many gifts were received ty the bride. MARTIN TILLOTSON At the home of the bride. Wednesday, Duncan Martin, Hawthorne, Hask.. was married to Rosa Tlllot-son, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. EL TiUotaon, Bender. The ceremony was performed by Rev. J. Gardiner, Kipling, in the presence of about 2J friends. The bride carried a bouquet of carnations and lilies-of-the valley, and was dressed In white satin, with veil. She entered the room with her father to the strainr of the Wedding March played by Mies Alice Tillotson. Her slater Evelyn was .-bridesmaid and W. D Duncan best man. After the wedding dinner, the newly-married couplt left for & hort honeymoon. On theii return they will reside at Hawthorne. McCUTCHEON VENARD den since her childhood, and the groom has always been a resident of the Tregarva district. During the signing of the register, Mrs. Lucas played a violin solo. The couple left for Saskatoon amid showers of. confetti. The bride travelled In an embroidered grey crepe dress with brown needle-point coat and hat to match. On their return Mr. and Mrs. Seed will reside on their farm at Tregarva. In the Forest Farm district. Tuesday, at 3 oclock In the afternoon Miss Katie Venard, daughter of Mr and Mrs. J. W. Venard. became the bride of Harold McCutcheon, Rocan-ville. Rev. Mr. Coulter performed the ceremony. The bride was given away by her father. She wore a powder blue crepe de china gown with bridal veil, and carried a bou quet of roses and white chrysanthemums. The grooms gift to tin bride was a gold wrist watch. The bridal couple motored to Rocanvllh and left on the midnight train to spend a short honeymoon In Winnipeg. MORTON WATSON By a ceremony performed Tuesday evening at the Manse. Shaunavou Lena Mildred Watson, Eastend, became the bride of Loren T. Morton Eaatend. Rev. F. Coop, Centre Street United Church, was the officiating minister. Edward Munden and Mrs F. A. Coop were the witnesses. TURNBULL STUART SPENCE TAYLOR Wednesday afternoon, November 17, a ceremony took place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. E Taylor, by which their daughter, Gladys Le-oda. became the bride of John Robert Spence, in the preence of about 0 guests. Rev. Mr. Clare officiated. The bride was given away by her father. She entered the living room to the strains of the "Lohengrin Wedding March played by Miss Verna Davey. She wore a dreee of blonde georget and lace, with veil, and carried a bouquet of pink rose and carnations. She was attended by her sister. Miss Hazel Taylor. Hedley Spence was best man. Miss Isobel Norrlsh. niece of the bride, carried the ring in a basket of daisies. A buffet luncheon, was served and the bridal couple left by mo- Mlss Dorothy Stuart, Cullen dls- trlct, and James Turnbull, Regina, were married at Eetevan Tuesday evening. Rev. Mr. Lawson vas the officiating clergyman. Mr. Turnbull Las leased a farm near Cullen. HYSTAD CLARKE Still Going Strong THE Credit Clothing Cos Great Lucky Strike Sale Still time to take advantage of this great sale, folks. Better values cannot be found anywhere in the city. Come now and save. SAVE 25 to 50 Ladies Coats - Dresses - Furs - Hats - Mens Clothes Womens and Misses Fur-Trimmed COATS Reg. $22.00, $35.00, $65.00 Mens and Young Mens SUITS AND Lucky Strike Sale Price ),i i S11.98 S19.7 35.00 OVERCOATS Regular $35.00, $45.00, $55.00 Lucky Strike Sale Price 22.95 29.75 2.00 LIFE FORCE Is that something called nerve energy which la conveyed over the nerves from the brain- to all parts of the body, and if there is pressure on a nerve there will be pain or discomforts of the part which that particular nerve supplies. If you have pains or discomforts of health, make an appointment Then, with the use of the Neurocalometer, I can and will, show you right where the nerve pressure is that is causing your pains or discomforts, and I make no charge for this service. E. C. Mallory, D.C. DOCTOR OF CHIROPRACTIC PALMER SCHOOL GRADUATE 201-202 Northern Crown Building 1821 Soarth Phone 8655 and Residence 2365 St. Matthews W.A. Bazaar Cor. Winnipeg SL and 14th Ave. FRIDAY, DEC. 3rd In the Basement of the Church, From 3 to 10 p.m. The Bazaar will be opened by Mrs. McAdam Harding All Kinds of Useful Gifts Musical Program and Tea Table LADIES FUR COATS Regular $110 00, $195.00, $275.00, $650.00 Lucky Strike Sale Price 3S2 S215 S129 5474 EASIER EASY PAYMENTS- $ .oo Balance in small weekly, semi-monthly or monthly payments. UNTRIMMED COATS Regular $15, $25, $50 Lucky Strike Sale Price S8.95 510.75 $17.50 DRESSES Regular $15, $22, $35 Lucky Strike Sale Price 58.95 514.75 529.00 Buy on Easy Payments Come Early Pay As You Wear 1850 Hamilton Street, Regina Opposite Leader Building Branch Store: 325 Main Street, Moose Jaw We Will Trust You BLEMISHES 36 yield to its antiseptic action. Permanent de fects are concealed bv ty a frabtile film of adorable beauty. 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Priced from Sg.CQ TO 5 J .50 Evening Slippers Featuring satin, patent and fine kid leathers, pump and strap effects, beaded gold and silver trims. All fittings, AA to D. Priced sy.oo T0 $0 .00 SPECIAL About 100 pairs cf Dress Slippers in velvet, patent, satin and kid leathers; broken lines. Values to $5.00. Special 83,85 OVERSHOES 2 buckle and 2 dome Women's Fine Overshoes. 3.45 Department Hosiery Odd lines of Womens Hose to clear at only a fraction of their worth. Mexican Chiffon Hose, some with beaded fronts, and onyx Pointex heel. Chiffon Hose, high silk to welt. Values to $1.73. 93c Just received, a big shipment of Mercury full fashioned Hose, all colors. mpsore Monday Specials Childrens Millinery $1.00 , All Fall and Winter Millinery, including Silk Finished. Velveteen,' Plush, Polo Cldth and Felts in shapes to suit girls from 2 to 10 years. Catalogue prices from $1.59 to $2.65. Monday Special $1.00 Three Costume Slip Specials $3.25 Brocaded Slips $1.25 Highly mercerized brocaded cotton broadcloth in the new-straight line style with inverted pleat at each side. Sand shade only. Assorted sizes. Special to Cl OR Clear, at 1 3.59 Rayon Jersey Slips, $1.79 Handsome Costume Slips of Rayon silk jersey with deep pleated flounce trimmed with contrasting color. Hangs well and wears splendidly. Sizes 36 to 41. Colors : Sand, Wild Orchid and Chinese Blue. SI .79 Specially priced at $2.49 Rayon Silk Slips, 98c Dainty Costume Slips of Rayon art silk, Ivith pleated flounce of dotted Rayon. Draw ribbon in bodice. Sizes 36 to 42. Ideal for Christmas gifts. Colors: Orchid, Navy and Sand. Catalogue Price $2.49. 0gg Monday Womens $2.75 Pullover Sweaters 98c Medium weight Pullovers knitted from all-wool yarns with turtle neck, smart pocket and has colored bands around bottom. Colors: Powder Blue and Purple. Sizes 34 to 42. Catalogue Price $2.75. SSC Monday Special Kiddies $2.15 Pantie Dresses, 79e Dress and Panties of Doeskin Dominion cotton flannel in striped pattern. Colors: Sand and Copen Blue. Ages 1, 2 and 3 years. 79c Monday to Clear $5.85 All-Woe1 Blankets, $4.50 Vcll made, soft All-Wool Blankets of lovely thick quality. Ends are bound with silk-fmished repp, double stitched. Colors: Rose, Blue or Tan plaid. Size about 60x50 inches. Ideal for Christmas gifts. $4.50 Specially Priced at, each Boys $1.85 Oliver Twist Suits, S9c Made from heavy Melton Cloth with smart Mens $4.89 Elk Work Boots, $2.98 sailor xeollar trimmed with braid. Pants, Strong Pearl Elk leather high-cut Work button to waist. Colors: Fawn and Dark Boots, with bellows tongue, solid leather Green. Ages 4 and 5 years. solcs an(i stroB stitching. CO QO Monday Special Sizes 6 and 7 only. Special J Toyland is Now Open on the Main Floor Our counters are crammed with Toys and Dolls for boys and girls of all ages. There are Teddy Bears, Horses, Dogs, Trains, Autos, Paint Boxes, Dolls Bedroom Sets, Tea Sets, Sewing Machines, Road Rollers, Toonerville Trolley, Fire Escapes, Box of Tools, Steam Engines, Pop Guns and Telephones, etc., etc. Also Sleighs, Doll Carriages, Kiddie Cars, Coaster Waggons and Scooters. elwrt SimpsonfsST8 3 1.95 ftegina'a Exclusive Ladies Shoe Store ortu The Bootery une in your 2000 12th Avenue HAVE ENOUGH WHEN YOU NEED IT MOST! You need many different color schemes In dress for coming social functions. OUR DYEING, CLEANING, PRESSING AND REPAIRING - .. SERVICE Will do much to solve your clothing and color scheme problems. PARISIAN DYE WORKS 1843 Robinson Street RFrjT'VA 1933 Scarth Street Phone 3603 IvlZivIiiv ZA. Phone 4414 Country Customers Send Instructions With Your Parcel c riase is Sanborn's An Old Reliable t( Tested Heat Machine ACME PLUMBING SHOP 1815 Lome SL Phone 855? 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