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Star-Phoenix from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada • 9

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TUESDAY, MAY 31, 1938. SASKATOON STAR-PHOENIX. PAGE NINE THE WOMAN'S PAGE GAY GARDEN FUNCTION AT RIDEAU HALL Lord Tweedsmuir Entertains at Colorful Gathering; Lovely Afternoon Frocks By MURIEL ADAMS OTTAWA, May 31. Rideau Hall's lilac-heaged lawns presented a changing color Saturday when Lord Tweedsmuir entertained 3,000 gaily-gowned women and men at the annual viceregal garden tor party. Clad in a grey morning suit, His Excellency received alone, owing to the absence of Lady Tweedsmuir, holidaying in England.

A. S. Redfern, secretary to the GovernorGeneral, assisted by Captain Patrick Campbell-Preston in the uniform of the Black Watch, announced the guests to His Excellency. Col. H.

Willis-O' Connor and Lieut. Robin Scott, aides-de-camp, attended His Excellency. Graceful garden party frocks shared honors with plainer afternoon-length ensembles in the feminine fashion spotlight while grey and black toppers and morning suits stood in line with flannel suits among the men guests. A large-brimmed black straw hat and black accessories complemented the dull grey embroidered afternoon frock worn by Mrs. Redfern.

wife of Countess the French Robert de minister a to Dampierre, Canada, wore garden frock of white, patterned in rose and green fashioned after Lelong. Her large hat was of shiny black straw. Baroness Shuh Tomii, wife of the newly appointed Japanese minister, made, her formal appearance Ottawa society, in a London garden model of navy blue. Her large brimmed hat and shoes were in white. A peach colored straw hat in tone as her embroidlarge, ered silk afternoon gown was worn by Mrs.

John Farr Simmons, wife of the charge d'affaires of the Linited on States. the tiny blue Geranium-colored hat added a color note the navy garden ensemble W. by Senator Cairine Wilson. Small pink gardenias banded the wide-brimmed black hat and accented the bodice of the black lace gown trimmed with black fox worn by Mrs. George Black, Conservative member of the House of Commons for the Yukon.

Dull raspberry accessories were worn with a hyacinth blue afternoon frock by Miss Kay Dunning, daughter of Finance Minister and Mrs. C. A. Dunning. Raspberry was again introduced in appliqued medallions on the long skirt of the navy net gown worn by Mrs.

Cameron R. McIntosh, wife of the House of Commons member for North Battleford, Sask. The primary root "god" or "good" stood in all Teuton languages as the title of divinity. RECENT WEDDINGS FORBES-WALKER A wedding of interest was that which Tuesday afternoon, Govan United took, place, Church, Govan, when Miss Vera M. Walker, R.N., of Saskatoon, daughter of Mr.

Mrs A. Walker of Govan, became the bride of Mr. R. Edward Forbes of Young, son of Mr. and Mrs.

R. E. Forbes of Kinis. tino. The ceremony was performed at 2.30 o'clock by the Rev.

Mr. Riddolls of Govan. The bride, who entered the church on the arm of her father, to the strains of the "Wedding March," looked lovely in her floor-length gold unfinished flowers. Her veil gown of ivory, satin figured with of tulle was worn 'cap style and was caught with a wreath of orange blossoms. She carried a bouquet of deep pink roses and lilies of the valley.

Attending her as matron of honor was her sister, Mrs. A. Rogers of Nokomis, who looked charming in a floor-length gown of pink net over satin, wearing a small white hat. Her bouquet was of pink carnations. The best man was Mr.

Lawrence Peters, B.S.P., of Saskatoon. The guests were ushered to their places by Messrs E. Dickey and M. Davidson of Govan. During the signing of the register Mrs.

MacKay of Govan sang Promise Me," accompanied by Miss A. Turnbull. Following the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents, the mothers of both THE STYLE THRILL OF 1938 TOLLYWOOD actresses started cycling to keep slim and to keep fit. And they found it such fun they kept on riding. Soon the younger set at fashionable seaside resorts followed suit.

Then college girls and school girls took it up. Right now all over the civilized world cycling is the smart thing to do. It's the style thrill of 1938. You don't have to be a woman athlete to enjoy this fashionable sport. C.C.M.

have produced ladies' and girls' Bicycles light in weight and which run so smoothly that very little physical effort is required to pedal -just sufficient exercise to keep you fit without overtiring you. Step into the C.C.M. dealer nearest to you and choose one of the 1938 C.C.M.'s. They're so smartly styled, so brilliantly finished in sapphire blue or maroon enamel, with chromium plated bright parts, you'll be keen to be seen on one of them. C.C.M.

Bicycles are made by Canada Cycle Motor Company, Limited, Weston, Ontario. Branches at Montreal, Winnipeg and Vancouver. 17L RIDE IN STYLE Your Mount is a YOU When MARK TRADE We Carry a Complete Stock SASKATOON HARDWARE of 2nd AVENUE COMPANY LIMITED Phone 3158 C.C.M. Bicycles SOLD ON EASY TERMS SHOP AT EATON'S FOR C.C.M. BICYCLES EATON LIMITED -Hardware Dept.

C.C.M. TERMS and MAY BE Sales DeArmond Wilks Service 20th ARRANGED East (Next Star-Phoenix) Phone 7648 WE CARRY A COMPLETE STOCK OF C.C.M. BICYCLES $5 Down and RIRNEY'S Balance $1 Cor. 20th St. HARDWARE Ave.

Per Week Queen of May MISS MOLLY SOKOLOSKI of the popularity contest recently conducted by St, Olga's Society of St. George's parish. Miss Sokoloski was crowned queen of the May. and the good wishes of the gathering expressed by Mr. H.

G. Wedge. Mr. C. Kempster on behalf of the community, presented the newlyweds with a complete dinner service.

NELLIS-SCHROTH A pretty wedding was solemnized in St. Paul's Lutheran Church at Melville, at high noon on Tuesday, May 24, when Irene Elizabeth Anne, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry R. Schroth, became the bride of George Harper Nellis, son of Mr.

and Mrs. George H. Nellis, 819 Fifteenth Street, east, Sas. katoon. The ceremony was conducted by the Rev.

H. Meyer, pastor of the church. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a becoming gown of pale blue and carried a bouquet of pink roses. Miss Elsie Marie Nellis, sister of the groom, and Miss Mary Kaufhold, as bridesmaids, were dressed in pastel pink and carried carnations. Mr.

Peter Strom of Melville was the best man. Immediately after the ceremony the wedding dinner was served at the home of the bride's parents. In the evening some 150 friends of the young couple gathered in Orange Hall for the wedding dance. Following this the happy, couple left for Moose Jaw, they will take up residence at 638 Stadacona Street, west. Out-of-town guests included the groom's parents, Mr.

and Mrs. G. H. Nellis of Saskatoon; the bridegroom's sister, Miss Elsie Marie Nellis of Saskatoon; Mr. Thomas G.

MacDonald and Mr. William Hadley of Moose Jaw. HAMILTON-TRASK At the United Church manse, Rosetown, on May 14, a quiet wedding was solemnized when Miss Neva Trask, second youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O.

F. Trask, became the bride of Mr. Robert George Hamilton, youngest son of and Mrs. R. E.

Clayton. Miss Norma, Crawford was bridesmaid Mr. Clarence Crawford supported the groom. The happy young couple will reside near Harris. DILLON-VLCEK On May 12, a quiet wedding was solemnized at the United Church manse in Winnipeg, when Agnes Adeline Vicek, formerly of Harris, eldest daughter of Mrs.

Eleanor Bartel of Harris, became the bride of Joseph Clarence Dillon of Moose Jaw. The Rev. R. D. Martin officiated.

young couple will reside in Winnipeg. FULBROOK-ELLIS A quiet wedding was soleminized at St. John's United Church, Vancouver, on Tuesday morning, May 10, when Viola Margaret, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.

E. Ellis of Vancouver, formerly of Delisle, was united in marriage to Winston Henry Fulbrook, son of Mr. and Mrs. P. G.

Fulbrook, Delisle. The Rev. A. E. Cook performed the ceremony.

Miss Violet Simmons attended the bride, while Mr. Charles Beznoska performed the duties of best man. After the wedding immediate relatives and a few friends gathered at the home of the bride's parents for A luncheon. Included among the guests were Mr. and Mrs.

J. E. Gordon, formerly of Delisle. A Mr. and Mrs.

Fulbrook will make their home at 445 West Fifteenth Avenue, Vancouver. MUNRO-McCOMB A wedding of interest was that which took place Tuesday afternoon at the St. Thomas-Wesley manse, when Miss Isabel McComb, daughter of Mrs. E. McComb of Saskatoon, became the bride of Mr.

Leonard Munro, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Munro of Prince Albert, Sask. The ceremony was performed at 3.30 by the Rev.

W. C. Mawhinney. The bridesmaid was Miss Jennie Munro and the best man Mr. Art McComb.

Following the ceremony a dinner was served at the home of the bride for close relatives of the bride and groom. A reception was held later in the evening, when some 60 guests called to extend congratulations and good wishes to the young couple who left later by car for Prince Albert, where they will reside. CARRUTHERS-LOCKREY The marriage of Miss Bernice Lockrey, daughter of Mr. J. R.

Lockrey of this city and the late Mrs. Lockrey, to Mr. Fred Carruth- Studio Recitals An interesting program was enjoyed by parents and friends on May 28, when a number of the pupils of Miss Thelma Johannes, A.T. C.M., L.M.U.S., R.T.M., heard in a piano recital. The assisting artist was Mr.

Don Keeler, xylophonist, whose solos added to the enjoyment of the evening. The prize for the best performance of the evening was won Betty Cook, while Catharine Egnatoff SEe won the prize in a sight reading contest. Following the recital, dainty refreshments were served. PROGRAM Two Part Invention No. 5 (Bach), Margaret Eley; Sonata Opus 14 No.

(Beethoven) -Allegro, Allegretto, Catherine Egnatoff; "Blackie," "Lively Stepper," Betty Cook; Doll's Dream, Myrtle Deugau; "Liebestraum," "The World Is Waiting for the Sunrise," Don Keeler; duet: "June Caprice," Margaret Eley. Mary Hellyer; "Moonwinks," Rose Chobotuk; "Dream Journey," Betty Cook; "Skating Waltz," Myrtle Deugau; Serenade (Schubert), Mary Hellyer; Albumblatt (Beethoven), Margaret Eley; xylophone, "I Love You Truly," Don Keeler; Humoresque (Swinstead), Catharine Egnatoff; (Delibes' Sylvia), Margaret Eley, Mary Hellyer. PIANO RECITAL Pupils of Katharine Collard, Mus. and Guleen M. Thiessen, Mus.

were heard in a pleasing program Friday evening which dainty refreshments were served. PROGRAM "Annie Laurie," Pearl: Strumm; "Dream Boat," "Summer Days," Bobbie Curtis; "Drink to Me Only," "Long, Long Ago," Greta Willms; "Pattering Raindrops," Eddie Epp; "Merry Kate," "A Little Waltz," Helen Thiessen; "Minuet," "Perperude Mobile," violin solos, Patsy Lambert, violinist, pupil of Miss P. McEown; "Minuet in Pearl Strumm; "Rendezvous," Dorothy Sturdy, Dorothy Curtis; "Harp Sounds," Maynard Strumm; Wings of Song," Dorothy Curtis; "March" "Rosmunde," Walter Thiessen; "God Save the King," Pearl Strumm. RECITAL FRIDAY At the home of Mrs. R.

A. Spencer on Friday evening, May 27, a most enjoyable recital was given by Elizabeth Parker, pianist, and Ruth Rankin, violinist, accompanied by Dorothy Smith. Miss Rankin is a pupil of Overholt. At the close of the recital, refreshments were served. PROGRAM Etude No.

13, Three Part Inventions, Nos, 1 and 2 (Bach), Parker; Violin Sonata in major (Handel), Adagio, Allegro, Ruth, 14, Rankin; Allegro, Beethoven Allegretto, Sonata, Rondo, E. Parker; violin, Berceuse (Arensky), Rondino (Kreisler), Ruth Rankin; Songs Without Words (Mendelssohn), Waltz in minor (Chopin), Romance No. 6 (Sibelius), Elizabeth Parker. Beaver Institute Pupils to Appear In Recital Friday The Beaver Institute of Music will present its pupils in recital at the Victoria School auditorium Friday evening at 8 o'clock. An interesting program has been arranged and programs may be obtained from any pupil of the school or at the door.

Friendly firms have kindly donated prizes which will be drawn for from the numbers on the programs during the recital. ers of Toronto, formerly of Lashburn, took place recently at Morrison Street Church in Niagara Falls, Ontario, the Rev. E. A. Chester officiating.

The bride was a lovely picture in her wedding gown of white sheer with blue sash and slippers and large white hat. She wore a corsage of roses and was attended by her sister, Miss Edna Lockrey as bridesmaid. Mr. Percy Bell of Toronto performed the duties of best man and the bride was given away by aunt, Mrs. John Rush of London, The bridesmaid was smartly attired in a blue flowered chiffon with corsage of sweet peas.

After the ceremony a wedding luncheon was enjoyed at Inn, Niagara Falls, some 15 guests attending. The bride and groom then motored to Buffalo for their honeymoon and later will up residence at 81 Concord Avenue, Toronto. LAWN MOWER Evencut, 4 blade, 14- inch. Smooth running with 8-inch drive wheel. $77:45 Grass Catchers 98c AKITT'S HARDWARE 433 20th W.

Phone 2255 SASK. NURSE WINS Canadian Press NIAGARA FALLS, May 30. -Award of the Local Council of Women's for the highest standing in obstetrics to Miss Ruth prize, Georgina Collins of Saltcoats, Sask. will be made at the graduation exercises of Niagara Falls General Hospital School of Nursing tomorrow. Have Your Doctors PRESCRIPTIONS DISPENSED BY ME MARSHALL and groom receiving with the young couple.

Mrs. Walker chose a gown of navy and white printed chiffon and Mrs. Forbes wore 8 dress of sheer navy over navy satin. both wearing corsages of roses and fern. The bride's table had as a centre a three-tiered wedding cake entbedded in pink and white tulle.

A cutwork cloth over pink completed, the charming effect. The rooms in which the reception was held were gay with pink and white streamers and white wedding bells. Those assisting the serving were Misses T. Ollingham, G. Emmerson, M.

Fleming, C. Grieg, M. Semple and M. Bennett, Mesdames E. Edwards and J.

Curten. The toast to the bride was proposed by the Rev. Mr. Riddolls and responded to by the groom. Later in the day the bride and groom left by motor for points north, the bride travelling in a tailored navy suit with matching accessories.

Upon their return they will take up residence at Young. Out-of-town guests included the Misses C. MacDonald, T. Ollingham, G. Emmerson, M.

Fleming, C. Grieg, M. Semple and D. MacLeod, Florence Walker with Betty and George Walker. Messrs Lawrence Peters and Philip Woodley, all of Saskatoon: Mr.

and Mrs. M. Grant, Messrs J. Humm, K. Mills and H.

Waugh, of Young; Mrs. A. Rogers, of Nokomis, and Mrs. R. E.

Forbes, of Kinistino. PAGE-HARDING PRINCE ALBERT, May wedding of interest took place in St. Alban's Cathedral on Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock when Wilhelmina Harriet Harding, daughter of Mr. George Harding and the late Mrs. Harding Quebec City, was united in matrimony to Captain Lenard Arthur Page of this city.

The Rev. Canon W. S. Noble performed the ceremony. The bride was charming in a navy blue tailored suit opening over A white satin blouse.

She wore A matching straw veiled hat and white accessories. Her corsage of American Beauty roses. She was given in marriage by Mr. Donald Chennells and was attended by Miss Joan Booth, who was becomingly attired in a beige silk suit trimmed with touches of green and wearing a matching straw hat. Mr.

Beverley Jeffrey supported the bridegroom. Mr. E. Kemp and Mr. M.

Kemp acted as ushers. As the bridal party left the cathedral, the Boy Scouts formed a guard of honor. A reception was given in church hall immediately after the ceremony, Alderman John Daisley and Mrs. Daisley being host and hostess and receiving the guests with the bride and bridegroom, Lovely floral decorations transformed the church hall into an attractive room, where Mrs. L.

J. Davis and Mrs. H. Harradence presided at the tea, and Mrs. H.

Kemp and Miss L. Ede cut the ices. Captain and Mrs. Page left on a short honeymoon trip and on their return will reside at 123 Ninth Street, east, Prince Albert. SHARP-WINKS at Russell, Wednesday morning, May 25, the marriage of Violet, eldest daughter of Mr.

and Mrs. Joseph Winks, Bredenbury, to Vincent Sharp, of Minnedosa, was performed by the Mr. Matthews. The bride, Riven'! in marriage by her father, was charming in a white satin wedding gown, carrying a bouquet of bronze talisman roses. Elsie Winks, sister of the bride, was bridesmaid, and Arthur Sharp, the groom's brother, attended the bridegroom.

A wedding supper at the home of the bride's parents in Bredenbury took place in the afternoon. A tier wedding cake centred the bride's table, as immediate relatives and friends of the couple were guests. The bride and groom left on a wedding trip to Vancouver by train, and plan to take up residence in Minnedosa. HOYTE-STEWART On Thursday, May 26, Miss Laura Stewart, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

J. Allison of Saskatoon, was united in marriage to Mr. Joseph Hoyte, son of Mr. and Mrs. H.

Hoyte of Pike Lake. The wedding took place at Delisle, the Rev. Mr. Sharman officiating. The bride looked lovely in her wedding dress of ivory printed sheer with corsage of carnations and hat to match.

Mrs. Morriss Kenzie as matron of honor, was gowned in rose crepe with hat to match and her corsage was likewise carnations. Mr. Morriss Kenzie attended the groom. The bridal party returned to Pike Lake by way of Saskatoon where pictures were taken of the bride and groom.

A wedding dinner was served that evening at the home of the bridegroom's parents, Mrs. G. Gilbertson of Delisle acting as joint hostess. The rooms were decorated with larkspur, violets and potted plants. Present at the dinner were: Mr.

and Mrs. Joseph Hoyte, Mr. and Mra. H. Hoyte, 1 Mr.

and Mrs. Gilbertson, Mr. and Mrs. Morriss Kenzie, Mr. and Mrs.

William Wright, Saskatoon; Mrs. Hugh Bryden and Glynn Bryden, Saskatoon; Mr. and Mrs. William Atkinson, Mr. Glen Pippen and Mr.

H. G. Wedge. Following the dinner a reception and dance was held at Pike Lake pavilion, some two hundred friends of Mr. and Mrs.

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