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Star-Phoenix from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada • 9

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Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
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SASKATOON STAR-PHONNIX, Estey-Bolte Nuptial Vows Standards of white gladioli and lighted candles in high candelabra formed the setting in Grace Church on the Hill, Toronto, for the marriage of Miss Felice Bolte, daughter of Mrs. Margery Bolte and Mr. Auguste Armour Bolte, of Toronto, to Dr. Harold W. Estey of Ottawa, formerly of Saskatoon, son of Hon.

Mr. Justice J. Wilfred Estey and Mrs. Estey of Ottawa. Right Rev.

George N. Luxton officiated, assisted by Rev. Dr. James Craig. Mr.

Auguste A. Bolte, Jr. gave his sister in marriage, and she was attended by Miss Patricia Ridout, maid of honor, and Mrs. Auguste Bolte Jr. Mr.

Willard Z. Estey was groomsman for his brother, and the ushers were Dr. William Lindsay, Dr. William Spence and Mr. J.

D. McColl. The bride chose an imported gown of petal white silk organza. The moulded basque was fashioned with brief, shirred sleeves offset by a blush yoke, and edged with a deep border of hand-run Alencon lace. The full skirt billowed from the corded waistline into a wide train.

Her long veil fell from an heirloom diamond tiara, and she carried a round bouquet of gardenias and stephanotis. Her attendants were gowned alike in bouffant waltzlength champagne colored dresses of silk chiffon shantung over tatfeta, with fitted basques and short sleeves in folds of the material. They carried round bouquets of bronze chrysanthemums, and wore close-fitting copper velvet hats in lear motif. A reception followed at the home of the bride's mother. Dr.

and Mrs. Estey will live in Toronto on their return from a wedding trip. CALENDAR First Baptist Mission Circle annual thank-offering meeting will be held at 3 o'clock Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. A. G.

Elliot, 839 Sixth Avenue, FIt. Lt. D. Carlson will be the guest speaker, First Baptist Carpetbowling Club will open the season at 8 o'clock Friday evening. Old and new members will be welcome.

First Baptist WA will hold rummage sale at 9 o'clock Saturday morning at the City. Market. Regal Chapter, OES, will hold tea and bake sale from 3 -to a lower o'clock hall of Saturday the Masonic afternoon in Temple. the Nutana Circle, Queen Esther Rebekah Lodge, meets at 2.30 o'clock Friday afternoon at the Red Cross rooms. Naomi and Princess LOBA lodges meet Saturday afternoon' in the upper IOOF hall for practice.

LET THE CUSTOM DO YOUR SHIRTS CLEANERS 1 co You Will Be Pleased THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1958 Among Recent Weddings MARSDEN-RILEY GARDINER-FREY Pink and white gladioli decorated! St. George's Anglican church, Carrot River, when Miss Patricia Anne Riley, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Riley, Mount Anvil who arrived from Ireland a month Lodge, Dundrum, Dublin, Ireland, ago, became the bride of the Rev, George Henry Marsden, formerly of Dublin.

The Rt. Rev. H. D. Martin, bishop of Prince Albert, performed the ceremony.

Given in marriage by the Reverend Canon W. F. Payton, Prince Albert, the bride wore a long white wedding gown, the full skirt of French lace over taffeta. The bride's headdress was a lace and taffetta head hugging cap with a stift net: veil, and trimmed with lily of the valley. She carried a colonial bouquet.

Mrs. Gordon Toombs, as matron, of honour, chose a long coral gown with full double net skirt, and satin and flower trim. The tight fitting bodice was trimmed with pleated net, the matching bolero was of embossed satin trimmed with pleated net, her. headdress was of matching pleated net and she carried A colonial bouquet. Little Christine Payton, as flower girl, wore a light blue silk bengaline gown with gathered tiered skirt and matching pill box hat, she carried a colonial bouquet.

The Rev. Charles Greene of the Colonsay Anglican church, attended the groom. Ushers were Mr. George Boyes and Mr. Lorne Lunan.

Following the ceremony a reception was held in the Legion Hall. Upon their return from a short honeymoon the newlyweds will reside in Carrot River. Mr. Marsden is in charge of Anglican parishes at the Carrot River, Arborfield, Ditton Park and New Osgoode, The Mark of Finel SASKATOON Phone 6631 A ring ceremony performin Wilkie Trinity Lutheran Church by the Rev. A.

Lucht, in which Roseina, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Frey of Cavell was united in marriage with Robert Gardiner of Baljennte. The bride wore a white gown of net over satin, with lace bonylon and lace panel inserts in the dice skirt. A headdress of orange blossoms held in place her finger-tip veil of nylon net.

She carried bouquet of red and white roses. Clara, sister of the bride, acting as maid of honor, was charming in her gown of sleeveless mauve net with lace bolero and matching mauve headdress. Her bouquet consisted of yellow roses and mauve mums. The groom was attended by Jerry (Kump, nephew of the bride. BOOK YOUR SAILINGS NOW VIA French Line SAILINGS TO ENGLAND AND FRANCE on the Luxury Liners SS ILE DE FRANCE SS LIBERTE SS.

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Don't Miss This Show! 4 Due 146 Second Avenue, South PAGE NINE Woman's Page CAC Asks for Complaints Regarding Clothing Sizes Preparations are TOW under way in Ottawa for another meeting on size standards at which Don inion representatives from retailers, manufacturers and con1 sumers (Canadian Association of Consumers) will meet with the government specifications board of the standards division of the Department of Trade and Commerce, Mr. M. L. Staples--who chaired the first meeting and. who is with the Ontario Research Foundation which did an important garmentsize story of its own--has asked CAC to gather together examples of difficulties encountered because a of Seta lack of uniform clothing sites.

Women are asked to cite specific Instances, or ales or complaints, or "beefs" that they 85 consuraers have experienced with their own or children's ing, that have caused annoyance, loss of tune or money, The etorr, anyone who has a complaint or "beet" should mail it tr Mrs. 41. C. Boughton, No. 1 Wellington Place, Saskatoon.

These complaints will be forwarded to the textile chairman for western Canada tu be sent to National CAC and to a brief move being compiled. These will not only give further evidence of the need of standard sizes but will help point out the kind of conedies needed, Saskatchewan CAC has undertaken to help National CAC prepare the material for the next meeting. The release from the CAC asks: "Have you found that you wear a size 36 in one kind of garment and size 34 or 38 in another? Have found that size 36 (or any other size) varies according to the manufacturer? If so, tell CAC about it. Do you have to try on most garments before you are certain, of CAC the size and and tell fit? them. If Do so you find sizes of children's clothing In what way are they confusing? Write CAC about this and all other difficulties.

giving full details, but write now -today." WINNIPEG (CP) Wedding bells will ring Oct. 3 for R. F. McWilliams, former lieutenantgovernor of Manitoba, and Miss Avis Clark of Winnipeg. It was announced Wed.

they will be married at the summer home of Miss Clerk's sister at Lake Joseph, Muskoka, Ont. Mr. Me Williams was lieutenantgovernor of Manitoba from 1940 until his retirement a few months ago. Miss Clark for many years has taken a prominent part in local and and is -a leading national, Canadian activities. Consumers Association.

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L. Stenberg St. Margaret's, Anglican church Wynyard, bedecked with gladioli and fall blooms, was the scene of a double-ring ceremony when the Rev. Mr. Singleton united in riage Peggy Joy, younger daughter of Mr.

and Mrs. E. Bergsveinson, Wynyard and Darwin, only son of Mr. and Mrs. S.

S. Stenberg, Dubuc. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore traditional white satin, with nylon net overskirt and French lace redingote. Her fingertip veil was held by a satin headdress with seed pearl trim. She carried mother-ofpearl prayer book with a cascade Atreames, bouquet of red sweetThe bride's sister Mary Lou Montgomery of Saskatoon, who was matron of honor appeared in green nylon net over taffeta, while toon, who de was bridesmaid chose Deanna McMillan, also of Saskayellow net over taffeta.

Both attendants carried colonial bouquets of mauve and deep yellow and wore matching flower headdresses. Attending the groom were Dick Nicholson of Saskatoon and Hugh Macdonald of Stockholm. Ushers were Victor Asplund of Dubuc and Walter Bergsveinson of Wynyard. Mrs. S.

Thorfinnson supplied the wedding music and Miss Carol Magnusson was soloist. Following the ceremony, A reception was held in the church parlors. Mr. A. M.

Cooper proposed the toast Miss A. L. Humphreys, the bride's first school teacher presided at the coffee table, assisted by Mrs. B. Clements.

Following the reception open house was held at the home of the bride's parents. For a wedding trip to the States, the bride changed to grey and rosewood ensemble with navy accessories and grey fur jacket. She shoulder knot of pink sweetheart roses. Mr. and Stenberg will reside at 02341 McIntyre Street, Regina.

groom is a civil engineering graduate of the University of Saskatchewan. Elfros Church Wedding Scene A wedding was solemnized. at the Elfros United Church, when Anna Sigrun Gislason of Saskatoon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.

G. Gislason of Elfrose, became the bride of Peter Graham Telfer, also of Saskatoon, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. Teller of Invermay.

Entering the church on the of her father, the bride was dressed in a long gown of traditional white applique nylon organdy over taffeta, the bolero jacket having a mandarin collar. Her fingertip, veil misted from a beaded she carried a colonial bouquet of sweetheart roses. Her attendants were Miss Helen Gossea of Saskatoon and her sister, Mrs. H. Swedberg of Wynyard.

Miss Gossen wore a gown of yellow lace and net over taffeta with bouffant skirt and bolero jacket, and carried a colonial bouquet of mauve and yellow mums. Mrs. Swedberg chose mauve satin brocade, with net yoke, and carried a colontal bouquet of yellow Both attendants wore matching tiaras. The bride's mother chose a navy dressmaker suit with white and navy accessories and- corsage of pink roses and yellow mums, while the groom's mother wore a navy two piece, taffeta with pink accessories and a corsage of pink roses and yellow mums. The groom's attendants were Mr.

Robert Ashmore of Invermay and Mr. E. H. Swedberg of Wynyard. The bridal music was played by Mrs.

Stefan Stefanson, soloist was Miss Margaret Erickson. The ushers were Mr. K. Gislason and Mr. G.

Telfer, Jr. After the ceremony a reception for 90 guests was held in the Legion Hall. Mrs. C. Clark and Mrs.

S. Grimson presided over the coffee cups. In charge of the register was Mrs. H. Nicholl.

Mr. G. F. Gudmundson proposed the toast 1 to the bride. A wedding dance was held in the evening after which the happy couple left on honeymoon trip to Victoria B.C.

For travelling the bride donned a blue tailored suit with navy accessories and corsage of red roses. Mr. and Mrs. Telfer will be at home at 612 McPherson Avenue, Saskatoon. DRIP-FREE keep cream table linen greasing the butter, butter under You can ping on the ing by pitcher with a bit of from dripafter pourmouth of the or by putting the spout.

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