The Province from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada on May 3, 1939 · 12
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Page Twelve THE DAILY PROVINCE. VANCOUVER, . BRITISH COLUMBIA, WEDNESDAY. MAY 3, 1933 Gay Round Of Parties During Week Travellers Share Honors as Local Hostesses Entertain. TVfRS. BRUCE BOYD enter- 1V1 tained at luncheon today In honor of Mrs. Jan Cher-niavsky, who has recently re turned from abroad. Mrs. Percy Shallcross was one of Tuesday's dinner hostesses when she entertained at her resi dence on South Granville street .Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hyatt will be hosts this evening when they entertain at dinner for Mr. and Mrs. Edwin S. Webster of Boston. . Mrs. A. Kemball of Carmelby- the-Sea is visiting In the city for the summer months, guest of her daughter, Mrs. A. E. Jukes. Mrs. Philip Wolfe entertained Informally this afternoon at a bridee party at her home on Somerset crescent A low arrangement of iris, stock and other spring flowers appointed the tea table, at which Mrs. W. H. Mowat and Mrs. John Montgomery presided. Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Lacon of Denman Island passed through the city en route to Quebec to meet their son, Lieut. Beecroft Lacon, who is arriving on H.M.S. Southampton. Dr. and Mrs. W. Middleton have returned from a three-weeks' trip to California. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Ballen-tyne have taken the residence of Mrs. S. V. Crompton, 6387 Larch street, for the next few months. Mrs. Thomas C. Glover left today for Chemainus, where she will spend the next three months. ' Mrs. H. W. Parker, who Is leaving on Saturday for her home In Winnipeg after visiting In tht city, guest of Mrs. George Wright, and Mrs. F. S. Nowlan, who Is leaving on Saturday to spend, four months In Nova Scotia) shared honors this afternoon when Mrs. W. E. Herger entertained at the tea hour. Asked to pour tea at the attractively-appointed tea table were Mrs. Allan S. Gentles, Mrs. Robert S. Cherry, Mrs. Oscar Erickson and Mrs. John Rose. . . . Mr. and Mrs. Allard de Ridder left this morning by motor for California to visit San Francisco and Carmelby-the-Sea, Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Fraser have left for Southern California. They will visit In the Eastern States before returning home. Invitations for an after-five party on Saturday, May 13, have been issued by Mr. and Mrs. Vas-sall Forrester, and Mrs. a A. Sanders, at the home of the former, 2609 West Forty-ninth. Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Con stantly of Seattle, who are com ing up to the city for the Gym khana, will be the house guests of Major and Mrs. J. H. Constantine. Among those who have re served boxes for the Gymkhana, which takes place on Friday and Saturday in the Hastings Park norsesnow Building, are Mr. and Mrs. Philip Wolfe. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Reifel, Mr. Michael Wllkinson-Brighouse, Mr. and Mrs. George Irvine, and Mr. and Mrs. R. j, Sprott. Mrs. Richard S.' Shryock of Merlon, Penn., national president of Kappa Kappa Gamma fraternity, and Mrs. Laura Harvey George, national chairman of the fraternity's fellowship award committee, passed through the city on Tuesday en route to the district convention in Montana. While here they attended the annual banquet of the local chapter of Kappa Kappa Gamma, held t Jericho Country Club on Tuesday evening. bi .. fcz ?r:! " nrrycsiEm 4Vv' v if II z mmh v ''-MM I ffev:- I Photo of Mrs. Gourlay by Waddi, . of Mr Flsk by Brldgman. WEDDINGS OF THE WEEK Midseason marriages have marked the social calendar with exceptional interest during the past few days. Mrs. S. Allan Gourlay (upper left), is the former Queenie Wiles, the daughter of Mrs. Harry A. Wiles. She is pictured in the lovely period wedding gown she wore at her marriage in Christ Church Cathedral on Saturday evening. , Mr. and Mrs. James Edwin Robertson (upper right), were married in Canadian Memorial Chapel on Tuesday Photos of Mr. and Mn. Robertson and Dr. and Mrs. Stewart by Lloyd Turner. afternoon. Mrs. Robertson is the former Ruby Irene Wood, daughter of Mrs. Graham Norton of Winnipeg. Dr. and Mrs. Neil Alexander Stewart (lower left), were married at St. Mark's Anglican Church at a quiet ceremony Tuesday evening. Mrs. Stewart is the former Verna Margaret (Peggy) Vandervoort. Mrs. John Robert Fisk (lower right) is the former Dorothy Edith Bridgman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bridgman. Her marriage took place at Canadian Memorial Chapel on Monday evening. Mnnrairirim Bridal Couple Gueslsof Honor Miss D. Myers and Derek Johnston Feted. and Mrs. George W. Thompson entertained at their residence on Marine Crescent on Tuesday at an after-five party given In honor of Miss Diana Myers and Mr. Derek Lukln Johnston, whose marriage will take place next Saturday afternoon. A profusion of early summer flowering shrubs and blossoms, Including dogwood, rhododendrons, stocks and snapdragon, were used throughout the hall and reception rooms, and on the charmingly 'appointed hors d'oeuvres table. Mrs. Tohmpson received her guests In an imported hostess gown of deep burgundy French crepe, with bodice of georgette effectively encrusted with sequins in soft tones. Miss Myers was wearing a becoming frock of black crepe de Chine with an Imprinted design In shades of red, green, blue and yellow. The trimmings on her small black hat were of similar tones. Miss Mary Darling and Miss Jeannle Wilklnson Brlehouse are holidaying in San Francisco. rTiiiwniiiiiiiniiniii iiiiinm.niiiiiim, i "If AYSER" 4 and Button ,x 9 Length Washable Gloves. Wain and novelty zipper fasteners. Most wanted ahadaa and black, white. Sizes 6 to 8. 575 Gronvillt 1.00 Brilliant Record Achieved By B. Cs First Woman Minister Miss Norah Hughes Is Unusual Addition To Theological Brotherhood of Canada. BRITISH COLUMBIA'S first and only woman student mi lister Is making her fellow "theologs" sit up and take notice. This summer she will preach two sermons each Sunday from the pulpit of a West Vancouver Church, although she won't receive her divinity degree or be titled "Rev." until next spring. There was a time when the church was man's last stronghold of supremacy. Now that's gone. The dignitaries o the United Church didn't take it very seriously when on June 9, 1937, Miss Nora H. Hughes of Abbotsford, graduate of the University of B.C., was accepted as a candidate for the ministry. But they are now ready to admit that their one woman minister is brilliant. T . t . A.... a i . in uie pasi iwu years, iwss ).. Hughes, who before taking to holy orders was an Instructor In botany at the University, has shown them a thing or two. In 1938, at the close of her first year of study in Union College, she won the two scholarships for highest standing among first-year students. LEADS STUDENTS OF HER CLASS. When the college held iti spring convocation last week, Miss Hughes received the scholarship Indicating that she had led the second-year students. The masculine "theologs" who are studying with her don't seem to be the least resentful about it all. In fact, just before the college term closed, they elected her president of the Students' Theological Society of Union College. Miss Hughes Is the fourth woman in the Dominion to study theology. The first graduate was Rev. Lydla Gruchy of Saskatoon. The Ontario and the Alberta theological colleges each have one woman student. The vivacious, humorous little lady In tweeds, with her English blue eyes and soft English accent, Isn't at all what a woman minister might be expected to be. She doesn't like to be interviewed and she has a British reticence about discussing her unusual choice of career. "Of course, I like It," she said, "I wouldn't be In it if I didn't "I want to be a regular minuter, with a church like any man," she replied when asked what branch of work the would follow after graduation, next year. Last summer Miss Hughes shouldered her summer mission work with her male colleagues and was sent to Port Kells, where she preached three sermons every Sunday. This summer Miss Hughes will r stationed at one of the West Vancouver churches. "Her congregations liked her very much tost year," said college officials, discussing Mjts Hughes' work, I i "i ' Players Club Goes On Tour Show Tonight In Island City MISS NORA H. HUGHES. "I And theology as heavy aa any other course I have ever taken," she said in answer to a question. "My scientific training Is an awfully good background, however." Miss Hughes received her Master of Arts degree from U. B. C. in 1934 and took postgraduate work In botany at the University of Chicago. "I've wanted to be a minister for a long time," she said, in answer to a question, "but the college was only opened to women three or four years ago." men love nt?n giriswith lrBlS.lrB If itm irt ptptv 4 Ml rat, SM fll Unu yM to iUikm tad puttaa. BUT H )mt If erraa, Uitkat in tM, Ml na' b InMrmMd. Moa trm'X Ilka "ilot" llrU. Whon thy t partial (bay mat flrU Hobs " a la mm ma mm! a food imwnl tnaio, rvawmbfT lor I fMwriUona nna voaitt bu A aaotlwr bow to m "rnlllnf thro" wllb Lydla B, Mnkham VttaMi Compound. It hll build up mora pnyairal rwlfUnrt and thiw aliki In rMnt vnu mora Kp and Immm dtotraai Iroa laaala luao-fial dhmrdna. . Ymi'll Snd rinkhaaVa Conpoiul WILL WORTH TRYINOI WHILE all the other undergraduates of the University are patiently waiting for the results of their final examinations, the U.B.C. Players' Club keeps Its members fully occupied in making arrangements for the annual tour of the province with their play, "The Curtain Rises," which was produced before Vancouver audiences In March. Victoria will be the Scene of the play this evening. Once more to Vancouver, and then the tour through the interior of British Columbia will be made. There it will be a case of packing and unpacking every day for two weeks before the party of ten can return with all the Joys of the "funny little things" that happened, to talk over and over again. , The party Includes Mrs. Ken neth Caple, Mr. Sidney Risk, Miss Anne carter, Miss Cicely Holmes, Mr. Jim Frazee, Mr. John Glen, Mr. Tom McDowell, Miss Esme Caydzien and Mr. Dacre Barrett-Lennard. Mrs. Kate Loutet will celebrate her ninetieth birthday on Thurs day at the home of her son, Mr. Jack Loutet, 177 Carlsbrooke road, North Vancouver. Mrs. Loutet, who is In good health and takes a keen interest in world affairs, will be "at home" to her friends during the day. Bride-elect Is Guest of Honor At Tea Today Miss Verna Tucker Is Widely Feted Before May Marriage. AMONG the more formal events on this week's social calendar was the largely attended tea which took place this afternoon at Hotel Vancouver, given by Mrs. Anthony Tucker in honor of her daughter, Miss Verna Tucker, whose marriage to Dr. Mervyn Ritchie Caverhill of Victoria will take place on Tuesday next Guests were received in Peacock Alley and tea was served in the Wedgwood Room. For the occasion Mrs. Tucker had chosen a gown of dusky-pink sheer with accents of sunburst accordion pleating. The crown of her wide-brimmed hat of eggshell straw was ornamented with pink French flowers, and she wore a corsage of delphinium and pink roses. Miss Tucker wore an imported model of orchid-toned French crepe with long flared skirt, over which was worn a soft quilted jacquette with a bouquet of gardenias. Her hat was a wide- brimmed Sonje model, trimmed with colors ranging from Dubonnet red to delphinium blue. A large bowl of tulips, snap dragon and stock in pastel colorings centred the long table, which was lighted by tall delphinium blue tapers in old Georgian candlesticks. Asked to pour tea were Mrs. W. A. Wells, Mrs. George Barons, Mrs. J. H. Forester and Mrs. R. W. Armstrong. Assisting during the afternoon were Mrs. George Niblo, Mrs. William Edgar, Miss Eleanor Stockvis, Miss Edna Neilson, Miss Grace Wallbridge and Miss Mar garet McCutcheon. WillReside AtWhitehorse ST. Mark's Anglican Church was the setting on Tuesday evening for a quiet wedding of much interest in the city when Rev. C. C. Owen united In marriage Miss Verna Margaret (Peggy) Vandervoort, R.N., and Dr. Nell Alexander Stewart. The bride is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Vandervoort, 2596 Cornwall street, and the groom the eldest son of Mr. A. M. Stewart, 2220 West Forty-fifth, and the late Mrs. Stewart. For her wpririinr the hrlite was wearing a frock of Queen's blue boucle woollen to match the shade which revered her navy tODCOat. Her hat was a tannnlra French model matching her ac cessories, and in her shoulder bouquet were orchids and lily of the valley. Miss Doreen Dawson, who attended as bridesmaid, wore an Oxford erev tallleur with hlim pin strip. Her model hat was In snaae oi uez pinK ana tier accessories matched, while Rapture roses comprised her corsage. Mr. Maxwell Stewart of Chllliwack was his brother' best man. Mr. Ernest Colton was the soloist during the signing of the register, and nuptial music was played by Mr. George Bullen. A recention far Immorfiata relatives followed the ceremony ai ine nome of the bride's parents, where the hrlde'a tahi centred with a three-tier wedding cane emDeaded In pink tulle, was lighted by tall pink tapers In silver holders. Following the reception Dr. and Mrs. Stewart left for the North, and will reside at White-horse, Y.T. Tins FRIDAY AND SATURDAY :ja p.m. Sharp GYMKHANA Haatlnta Park Horamhow Bids. SEATS . NOW! M. A. 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Nemolastik FOUNDATIONS Sizes 36 to 44 $950 Nemolastik foundation garments are your invitation to figure beauty . . . fashioned of dainty but firm "Tri-pola" with a flattering lace bust and Nemolastik side sections . . . well boned, these slenderizing garments are perfect for the average figure. CcniultJltonj en Figure Problems Hay 1st to May to Miss Ida Martyn, stylist from Toronto, who is now in our Corset department, will be glad to assist you with any corset problem. Foundation, Third Fluor 1 1 iMCOnPOftAtio t may ira

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