The Province from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada on January 3, 1940 · 11
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The Province from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada · 11

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
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Wednesday, January 3, 1940
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THE DAILY PROVINCE. VANCOUVER, BRITISH" COT.UMRTA. WEDNESDAY, jaguar I 3. i?4Q JANUARY HO -PROFIT DRESSES Reg. to $5.98 DRESSES Reg. to $10.98 CHIFFON HOSE Irregulars Reg. $1.15 1 .98 $3.98 69c WINTER COATS Vz it Vz OFF The NEW 615 GRANVILLE (Next to Inglcdew's) Vancouver Shakespeare Society will hear Mr. Edgar T. Wilson, ist president, speak on "The Ian Shakespeare" at a meeting bn Thursday at 8 p.m. at 641 Granville street Music will be given by Miss Una Knipe and Mr. Keith Kimball, and reading of "Macbeth" will be concluded, followed by a discussion. Largttt Cotton Dreit Hop fr MODE-ODAY'S MM SPECIAL GROUP OF COTTON DRESSES Drastically Reduced To Clear Vw v eolor fait print dresses. Refreshingly new print, youthful and flattering. Every poiifble itylt for .very type or woman ana mini. Sires 14 to 44. specially pried at... 1.49 BLOUSES Our Entire Stock of Blouses (Beg. $1.85) on Sale Beautiful ihad.i In hears, tatlni and crepes. Stzca 14 44. special .... 51.69 LINGERIE $2.95 Moire Housecoat-" Regular $3.95. Now GOWNS Regular $4.95. new, Regular $3.95, now. Regular 13 95, now, DANCE SETS Regular $1.95, now.,., f 1.49 Regular $1.79, now. Regular I1.J9, now, 3.98 2.05 2.S C1.29 794 MODE-O-DAV DRESSES LIMITED 413 WEST HASTINGS STREET (Tare. Doors East t Millar Coe'a) TRInlty J9M Weddings of ! Wide Interest Fowle Wilcox A military wedding took place in the Church of Our Lady of Perpetual Help recently, when Rev. Father Martin united in marriage Lillian Madelon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilcox of Winnipeg, and Mr. Robert Edward Fowle, R.CA.F Jericho Beach, son of Mrs. A. Conrad and the late J. Fowle of Winnipeg. Flight-Sergt and Mrs. T. J. Sullivan were the attendants. Belfry-White The wedding took place, ct the home of the officiating clergyman on Christmas day, of Mass Dorothy White of Saskatoon and Mr. William Roy Belfry, son of iMrs. Belfry and the late Robert Belfry of Shellbrook. The ceremony was performed at 3 p.m. by Rev. A. E. Cooke, only Imme diate relatives being present After a honeymoon in Seattle, Mr. and Mrs. Belfry are residing at 1584 West Thirteenth. The bride was a teacher on the Saskatoon public school staff for a number of years and the groom, who resided in Saskatooon, has been living in Vancouver for the past three years. Franklin Hobson Holy Trinity Church was the setting for a wedding December 28, when Rev. N. D. B. Larmonth united in marriage Miss Ivy Mar guerite Hobson and Gunner Rob ert George Franklin. For her wedding the bride wore a frock of poudre blue crepe with wine accessories and carried a bouquet of roses and carnations. Miss Iris Hobson was bridesmaid, and wore rosewood crepe and carried a sheaf of chrysanthemums. Gunner William Vincent Franklin was groomsman, and Mr. Jerry Miller and Mr. William Fraser ushered. Miss Velma Jor dan was soloist. A reception at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. Fred Inch. 393 East Tenth, followed the cere mony. Woodman MacLcan An arch of evergreens and silver bells decorated the home of the bride's parents, 3736 Albert street, at 8 p.m., December 27, when Rev. William Graham united In marriage Marian Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. R. MacLean, and Mr. Sydney Eric Woodman, son of Mr. and Mr. F. S. Woodman. Given In marriage by her father, the bride wore a full-skirted gown of white net over taffeta with shoulder-length veil of bridal net and carried a nosegay of violets, roses and carnations. Three sisters of the bride were the attendants. Mrs. Harvey I Greenwood, as matron of honor, iwore black taffeta in bouffant mode trimmed with blue velvet streamers, while Miss Genevieve MacLean, In periwinkle blue georgette with pleated Jacquette, and illss Helen MacLean wearing a crinoline frock of flowered taffeta, were bridesmaids. Carnations in harmonizing tones fashioned their shoulder bouquets. Mr. C. Ovani was groomsman. At the reception which followed, guests were welcomed by Mrs. MacLean wearing royal blue georgette, assisted by Mrs. Woodman, who chose black velvet Later, when Mr. and Mrs. Woodman left on their motor trip, the bride was wearing an ensemble of green Jersey with military topcoat and brown accessories. On returning they will reside at 1105 Marine drive, North Vancouver. MART KENNEY , AND HIS W ESTERN GENTLEMEN Will Play at the Paeorama Roof By Popular Request 1 Tonight (Jon. 3) Dinner Dance, 7:10 p.m., 5130 per person Saturday (Jon. 6) Tea Dantant 8:30-5:30 p.m., il per person. Supper Dance commencing 9:30 p.m., S3 per person. MacDonald Hutton GRAND FORKS. At the home of the bride's parents, the wedding took place Monday, of Lola, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Johi A. Hutton, and Mr. Eugene MacDonald, son of Mr. Y. G. Mac-Donald of Princeton. On returning from their wedding trip to Vancouver, Mr. and Mrs. MacDonald will reside at Hedley. . Gansner Harvey VICTORIA. In Oak Bay United Church the weddine took place at 2 p.m., December 28, of Margaret Annette (Netta), daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Harvey, and Mr. Leo S. Gansner. son nf Mrs. Paula Gansner and the late Chris Gansner. The ceremony was performed by Rev. F. R. G. Dredee. Given In marriage by her lather, the bride wore a gown of Ivory satin with long tapering sleeves, and full skirt showing back fullness. Clusters of orange blossoms caught her embroidered veil of bridal net and she carried a sheaf of crimson roses, white carnations and lily of the valley. Mr. James Orr was groomsman. A reception, at the home of the bride's parents 1162 Hampshire road, followed the ceremony, where guests were greeted by Mrs. Harvey wearing cinnamon ripple crepe with black accessories, assisted by Mrs. Gansner who chose black crepe with matching accessories. Mr. and Mrs. Gansner left on their wedding trip to Seattle and Spokane, the bride travelling in a three-piece hunter's green suit, trimmed with lynx, and henna-rust accessories. On returning they will reside at 424 Mill street, Nelson. Canadians in London Assist The Evacuees Gifts From Dominion Are Distributed From Hampstead. LONDON. Jan. 3. (CP) Gen erosity of Canadians kept mem bers of the Canadian U omen s War Emergency Committee busy here unpacking gifts of clothing and blankets for distribution to evacuated children and their parents. More than seven tons of goods were received and the emergency committee, whose chairman is Mrs. Vincent Massey, wife of the , high commissioner, worked overtime in order to have the gifts despatched in time for Christmas. On the high commissioner's suggestion the warehouse of the Canadian Government Exhibition at Hampstead was made headquarters lor distribution. Here, under the guidance of Mrs. T. F. Cotton, wife of the wide 'y-known Canadian heart specialist the Job of sorting these gifts was done by voluntary helpers. EXPERIENCED WORKERS HELP. In the group of women who turned up dally at the warehouse were several who had similar experience twenty years ago. The dean of the company was Mrs. Mortimer Appleby, regent of the Navy League Chapter in Victoria for nine years. Vancouver Island was well represented. In addition to Mrs. Appleby were Mrs. IL P. Swan and Miss Lottie Bowron, the latter having belonged to two chapters, one of which was the Navy League In Victoria. Mrs. Swan was another veteran, as she looked back on eighteen years In the I.O.D.E. during which she was regent of the Cowichan Chapter at Duncan, B. C ' For eight years she was a member of the provincial executive of British Columbia, as councillor and also convener of Immigration. She is still honorary regent of the Dogwoods Chapter at Duncan, which she organized for young women many years ago. Steele Barker White chrysanthemums arranged In tall standards graced St Mary's Church at 4 o'clock Saturday afternoon, when Rev. James Craig united In marriage Ruth Ethel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred James Barker, and Mr. Thomas William Blaylock Steele, son. of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Steele. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of sapphire blue velvet with bustle back and brief matching Jacquette. Her hat was a matching tricorn model, and she carried a bouquet of Briarcliffe roses and freesla. Miss Elsbeth Thomas, who attended as bridesmaid, wore Parma violet velvet, with corded bodice, and skirt in bustle effect Her tiny pillbox hat matched her frock, and she carried a velvet muff to which was pinned a spray of Talisman roses. Flying Officer H. Geoffrey Malcomson was groomsman, and Mr. Noel Craig and Mr. David Carter ushered. A reception, at the home of the bride's aunt Mrs. C G. G. Mac lean, 5961 Sperling street fol lowed the ceremony where Mrs. Barker received guests wearing grey lace with matching Jac quette, and black velvet tricorn hat mounted with ostrich tips. She was assisted by Mrs. Steele, who chose poudre blue and silver crepe with black hat Mr. and Mrs. Steele will reside at the Bema ' Apartments, 1325 West Tenth. Stockdill Varley WINNIPEG. Pink snapdragons, white narcissi, chrysanthemums and baby's breath decorated the altar of St. John's Cathedral for the marriage of Joyce, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Varley, to Mr. Charles Dexter Stockdill. Victoria, only son of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Stockdill, which was solemnized Thursday, at 6:30 p.m. The officiant was Canon William E. Jackson. The wedding music was played by Mr. Thomas J. Sutton. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a Victorian gown of Ivory brocaded moire, the full skirt sweeping into a slight train. Her headdress was a chapel veil and a Juliet cap out lined with orange blossoms and pearls. She carried Johanna Hill roses and lily of the valley. The bride was attended by her sisters, Miss Phyllis Varley, as maid of honor, and Miss Huth Varley, as bridesmaid. They wore similar gowns of self-striped satin with hip-length jackets fast ening with brilliant buttons down the front. Miss Phyllis was in old rose and her sister in turquoise, both wearing matching turbans, knotted In the front. The maid of honor carried Talisman roses; the bridesmaid, American Beauty roses. Rev. Charles Newcombe was best man, and the ushers were Mr. Kenneth Newcombe and Mr. Wesley Turnouth. A aewtng tea of Vancouver Temple No. 29 Pythian Sisters will be held tonight at 8 o'clock In the home of Mrs. Ernest Bradbury, 3044 Wet Twenty-six' h. A meeting of Alpha Chapter Gamma Nu sorority will be held tonight at 8 o'clock In the home of Minn May Gage-Cole, 245 aat Twentieth. u o o o o o c 0 6 o 0 c 0 e 0 mm 60$ ijraHrifteSt. enimnAimimTmaiH Sale Event begins tomorrow 8:30! MAIX FLOOR One of our famous semi-annual events that provide a wonderful opportunity to stock up your shoe wardrobe for the coming season! Representing truly the GREATEST VALUES and the LARGEST SELECTION of LATEST STYLES. All models are from our regular stock. There are all types and styles to choose from, in all heel heights. We urge you to shop early while sizes are still available. nrni Reg. to $9.75 including "VITALITY" now s .95 JK At ii ess V V Reg. to s1075 including "JOHANSEN" now 1 .95 Reg. to $.75 including "Queen Quality" now MAIL ORDERS ACCEPTED CO D. or Prepaid Mall Or-dera will be taken for aale ahoea. Shoei may be ex-chanced If pottmarked for return within twenty-four hour, after arrival. 45c extra for pottage and handling. . . WRITE. WIRE OR PHONE NOW! Reg. to S-8.75 ". MILLER" now titu'm Br Av 608 Granville All Sales Final So C.OJD So Exchange! So Refund 0 0 o o o 0 0 o 0 o 0 0 0 0 With Vancouver Clubwomen . . . . Mr. Arthur Benjamin will speak on "Music in Canada Now and in the Future," when Local Council of Women holds Its next meeting on Monday at 2 p.m. In Women's Building. Mr. Benjamin will speak at 3:15 p.m., and a sub-executive meeting will be held at 10 a.m. Ladies' Auxiliary No. 41, to Army and Navy Veterans Unit 20, will not hold its annual Christmas party for children, as the men's unit Is moving to new quarters. Gifts and treats were sent to children, and socks and other clothing provided for needy people. Plans for public Installation of officers on January 11 at 8 p.m. were made at a recent meeting of W.B.A. Review No. 9. Mrs. C. O'Brien, provincial field director, will Install the officers, assisted by Mrs. A. Pirrot, Miss N. McCul-loch, Mrs. B. Houston and Mrs. A. Vince. Juniors will meet on Friday at 7 p.m. at 445 Granville street, and next meeting of Pioneer Club will be on January 10 at 2 p.m., in the home of Mrs. C Whitehead, 3503 West Eighteenth. A practice for officers and guards will be held on Tuesday at 2 p.m. Pioneer Club elected Mrs. J. Kal-enberg president; Mrs. A. Whitehead, vice-president; Mrs. A. Hoppe, secretary; Mrs. J. Nlcol-Ish, chaplain, and Mrs. C Anderson, press- Ladies Auxiliary to Branch No. 1 British Imperial Comrades' Association served 100 children of members at the recent Christmas tree and party. A present and stocking were given to each child. Mrs. L. Dolsen was eiected president of Chown Woman's Missionary Society at the recent annual meeting. Other officers are: Vice-presidents, Mrs. A. E. Wood, Mrs. A. E. Heatherlngton, Mrs. T. C. Craighead and Mrs. A. E. Mitchell; honorary president, Mrs. E. F. Church; past president, Mrs. George Bell; i-cording secretary, Mrs. Marlon Proud; treasurer, Mrs. .fames Hicks; coi responding secretary, Miss Marion King; Christian stewardship, Mrs. A. Spence; temperance, Mrs. James Lade; community friendship, Mis. W. I. Goodwin; associate helpers Mrs. G. Sparks; Missionary Monthly, Mrs. M. A. Fox; library, Mrs. W. M. Gallagher; literature, Mrs. H. H. Smith; supply, Mrs. C H. Gray; flowers, Mrs. S. L. Atkinson; press, Mrs. Harold Roberts; mission band, Mrs. S. L. Lelper; pianists, Mrs. R. R. Pearce and Mrs. George Bell; auditor, Mrs. G. E. Copeland, and devotional, Mrs. M. Cairns. An Informal buffet-supper and dance will follow the semi-annual general staff meeting of the Provincial Recreation (Pro Rec) Centres, to be held on Thursday, at 4 p.m., at 713 West Georgia. Tomorrow's Events Meeting of Council 211 C. O. C. P. In Rltz Hall, Eint Forty-third art prater, 8 pm. Joint Installation wiih Council 388. Meeting of Lodge Btirnahy No. 104 D O. E. In I. O. O. . Hall. McKay, Mm. inalallntlnn of officera. Meeting of Ladles' Auxiliary to A Division R. N. W. M. P., hnme of Mr Whitehead, 3503 West Eighteenth, 3 p.m. Meeting of O. E. S. Auxiliary, home of Mra. W. Peltlt. 14 Eaat Twelfth, 2pm Insinuation of officers. Meeting of Pythian Sisters' Service Club, hnme of Mrs. E. pentlman, 50J Shelly Building, 8 p.m. Meeting of W. B A. Comet Club Re-view No. 2. home of Mrs. E. Gillespie, 3f4 Sloean street. 8 p m. Meeting nf Col. Hart McIIurg Chapter I. O. D. E , home of Mrs. G. A. Crant, 2772 Sussex street, 2 a.m. Members bring raffle tlrkels. Annual meeting of Original Great War Veterans' Women's Association in Girls' Corner Club, Fairfield Bulld-Inr, 8 pm. Meeting of Ladles' Auxiliary to Moray, Nairn and Banff Association, home of Mrs. A. Flett, 1048 Denman street. 8 pm. Meeting of Vancouver Welsh Women's Patriotic group at 445 Granville street, 2 pm. Lnriles' Auxiliary to Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, meeting, 2 p.m., I. O. O. F. Hall, Hamilton street. Cards will follow the regular meeting of Women's Auxiliary to Pioneer Association, to be held on Friday at 2 p.m. in Elks' Hall. Annual dinner of Vancouver General Hospital Alumnae will be held on January 12 at 7:45 p.m. In banquet room of Hotel Vancouver. Molhersills PPltS? ItlASICK RKMIOV Prevents nausea atxn has trawling Recommended foe adults and children. Riven'eu) W.M.S. Elects Officers Mrs. R. S. Gordon was elected president of Riverview United Woman's Missionary Society at the recent annual meeting. Other officers are vice presidents, Mrs. V. Harvie and Mrs. C. Lee; recording secretary Mrs. A. A. Mc-Lachlan; corresponding secretary, Mrs. J. T. Shiilabeer; treasurer, Mrs. V. Harvie; Christian stewardship, Mrs. W. Parkinson; community friendship, Mrs. W. G. Davidson; supply, Mrs. A. Lander; Missionary Monthly, Mrs. T. Henderson; temperance and Christian citizenship, Mrs. E. Werry; press, Mrs. J. R. Peebles, and organist, Mrs. W. 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