Star-Phoenix from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada on July 17, 1948 · 9
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Star-Phoenix from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada · 9

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
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Saturday, July 17, 1948
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l.O.D E. Chapter Again To Operate Checkroom Golden West Chapter I.O.D.E. will again operate its popular :heck room, on the fair grounds, ocated behind the Kinsmen booth and opposite the main en- :rance to the grandstand. This :heck room fills a real need on Jie busy grounds and there the members are on duty from norning, until after the grand stand performance in the eve- ling to look after extra parcels, 4 and coats, lunch boxes or um brellas. It has a well organized system and the proceeds go to i worthy cause. Mrs. R. M. Milliken is convener for the week. S.tSKATOOS 8TAK rROF.NIX. f ITl'RDAT. Jt'LT IT. 1M1 f AGE llll J SYDNEY, Australia, July 17 I (CP). Helen Watson, Canadian I government film officer in Aus tralia, was married to Herbert Gordon, United States vice-consul at Sydney. Miss Watson is well-known throughout Canada for her work with the national film board, and for youth activities in Manitoba. Her home wa3 Brandon, Man. Address by Miss Sally Butler Among Convention Highlights By ZOE DALLAS member on the national security There was the usual conven-!ancJ Marshall plan committees. tion business the reports, reso-( Her message, given at one lutions, discussion of finances, i luncheon, was a stirring one, as and election of officers. Because she said that the women of the it was a national conference and world had its future in their Saskatchewan clubs were morejnands. if they were interested than anxious to prove the repu-lenoush to do something about it tation of western hosDitalitv. the I They must accept their respon- reception, luncheons and dinners! sibility. Women of Europe were Women 's Page ' (Church Scene John Hunter Surgeon In 1734 John Hunter was a surgeon's pupil at St. Cieorge's Hospital in London . . . nine years later be began his own career of surgical practice, research and teaching which was to earn him the title in history of "the father of modern surgery." There's no single, epochal achievement that marks Hunter's greatness . . . rather, it was his consistent discovery and establishment of scientific principles. Today, "when life bangs by a thread," many factors in favor of the patient can be traced to Hunter's work, for he was the first to make surgery a science instead of a craft. It's reliance on scientific principles .that makes our work effective, too. The ' years .of . training, skill, practice and knowledge that go into every prescription filled here assure accurate following of doctor's instructions. had been elaborately arranged But those who attended the 11th biennial meeting of the Canadian Federation of Business and Professional Women, in Regina, took home with them something far more than a sheaf of mimeo graphed papers showing that the federation had doubled its mem bership in two years, and that practically every Canadian clubj had adopted one in England or Europe to which it was sending! food and clothing parcels. They would remember the international president, Miss Sally Butler of Indianapolis, Indiana, who retired this year as president of the American federation, which has 138,000 members. She had only this month attended the U.S. convention held in Fort looking to those in this country for help and to use their influence to build for peace. She spoke solemnly of the clubs in Europe, for she had re-i ; . 1 . 1 . Wa im Czechoslovakia had been disbanded. While Finland was planning to be host at an international board meeting she wondered if by that time it would be possible. A charming woman, whose hair is beginning to silver. Miss Butler has retired after 30 years service with her government. She says she was the youngest of a family of 13. She taugnt , . , i i scnooi, Decame a lawyer, anu is a member of the American Bar, "I'm a Methodist and a Repub lican, if you want to know that. Worth, Texas, at which Canada's she said in an interview, "and Miss Marearet Hvndman was a U minK uie nepuuncan cauui special guest, and had motored; dates will be elected this year, the 2000 miles to Reeina. The Our country is ready for a B. and P. in her country, she change.- It makes for good gov- explained, was numbered among j eminent not to have one party the four major women s organ izations as it was realized it represented a cross-section of both industry and profession. During the past year she had been called to the White House five times for consultation, and she had been the only woman in USE YOUR CREDIT Monday Special 3 m ' Bargain hfy VA Year! ffj About Ijfl ' 19 . T.J. mm Optometrist 310 Canada Building Phone 22850 CONTACT LENSES SUITS Smart styled suits in the new materials. All new shades and sizes. Regular value to $49.95. On special at . $19.95 Bathing Suits All styles and colors. CO OC Reg. $4.95. Special..,.....?- fimfl lADIti WEAR in Saskatoon's Exclusive , Store PRICES REASONABLE 227 Second Avenne, South yext Tivoli too long." M. A. MacPHERSOX There was a warning and challenge for all in the words of Mr. M. A. Macmerson. well- known Retina lawyer, who spoke at the banquet which officially closed the convention. "We have," he said, "got to have realization of the privileges of the democratic way of life. We must be prepared to defend I it with action, body and treasure, and constantly to put everytning into balance to preserve that for which our men died in two world wars." "Keep their memory green," he urged, "by keen appreciation of what is at stake and be willing to make sacrifices. This year, 1948, is one of decision and rests with you, the people of this country, and organizations such as yours." Communists, In Canada and abroad, came in for his censure, as he declared that were it not for the support given them by well-intentioned people they would not be. the power they were. As an example he men tioned the Housewives League i 1. i i ...nnlnnfl In ! wnicn uau uccu ui sauncu every city, not for the purpose of securing price controls, or keeping down prices, but for agitation. Inconsistency meant nothing to its organizers. Externally he felt Canada should maintain the closest collaboration within the commonwealth, and he said, "let us en-rnnrace the fieht against Stalin." "How easily the U.S.S.R. might fall apart, and the sooner it aoes the better lor us," ne aaueu. SCOTT EVJEN AYLSHAM. A wedding was solemnized at the United Church Manse, Aylsham, when Audrey Thelma, younger daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. cnns uvjen, Aylsham, was united in marriage to Joseph William, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Scott, of Swift Current. The bride was attired in street length white jersey with white chapel veil and accessories. She carried a bouquet of pimc tea roses and white carnations. The bride's sister, Mrs. J. Hayden of Nipawin, was matron of honor. She wore blue jersey street dress, with white accessories. - - . The groom was supported by his brother, James A. Scott of Shackleton. Rev. J. J. M. Lam bert officiated The reception was held at the brides home, following which the couple left on a honeymoon, visiting various places in Sas katchewan and will make their home in Abbey. 1 O ... f j if MR. AND SIRS. C. L. POLLOCK whose marriage was solemnized in Zion Lutheran Church, with the Rev. M. S. Johnson officiating. The bride, given in marriage by her father, is the former Geraldine Berntlt. and the bridegroom is the son cf Mr. and Mrs. B. Pollock, all of Saskatoon. Miss Donelda Berndt was bridesmaid, and the bridegroom was attended by his brother, Mr. Bernard Pollock. Ushers were Messrs. Donald Graham and Marvin Berndt. A reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. After a honeymoon trip to Calgary and Banff, the couple will make their home in North Battleford. jVM1 rvA . if '" 1 1 MR. AND MRS. J. KRIVOSHE1N were married in St. Cuthbert's Anglican Church at Perdue. The bride, Phoebe Irene, is the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. .Hand of Leney, and the bridegroom, Jacob Krivoshein, is the son of Mr. F. Krivoshein and the late Mrs. Krivoshein of Saskatoon. Miss Freda Hand was maid of honor, and bridesmaids were Misses June and Muriel Hand. Mr. Murray Taylor of Borden was best man, and ushering the guests were Mr. Tom Hand and Mr. Everett Smith. The reception followed, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. Childs. The newlyweds will make their home north of Borden. ' RECENT WEDDINGS $ g .HMD COLD WAVES Other Daily Specials HACHINELESS Regular $10.00 ' C Special $7.50 Remote Control PERMANENT Regular $7 JO Special MACHINE PERMANENT Regular $8.00 Special $4.95 OTHER WAVES $2.95 and op SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVES TO COC3JTRY CUSTOMERS MARVEL BEAUTY SALON Phone 22469 227 21st St., E. MOFFAT SUMMACH ASQUITH. The Baptist Church was the scene of a wed ding when Estelle Leona, daugh ter of Mr. t red summacn ana the late Mrs. Summach of As ouith. became the bride of Dr. Graeme F. Moffat (V.S.), son of Mrs. M. Moffat and the late Mr. A. Moffat of Frobisher. Ferns, and garden flowers formed the setting for the cere mony at which Rev. K. J. btaae and Rev. A. T. Moffat, cousin of the groom, officiated. As the wedding march -was daved by Miss Doreen Trevoy of Saskatoon, the bride entered the church on the arm of her father. She wore a gown of white satin and lace. Her floor length veil was fastened with a halo of tiny white flowers. Her bouquet was white carnations, j Miss Shirley Summach .was I her sister's bridesmaid and wore j white taffeta with tiered skirt: trimmed with blue. Her bouquet ! was white and pink carnations. ; She wore a halo of tulle and for get-me-nots. . j Mr. Glenn K. Weir of Aberdeen was best man. The little Misses Judy Seymour and Gaylene Summach, nieces of the bride, were flower girls. Gowned in pink and. blue embroidered organdy and nosegays of asters, roses and sweet peas. ' Ushers were Messrs. Kenneth and Manley Summach, brothers of the bride. During the signing of the reg ister the organist played "Because." A reception .followed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Seymour. Out-of-town guests included R. G. Moffat, Frobisher, Rev. A. T. Moffat, Dodsland, Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Hume, Carlyle. After the reception the happy couple left for a trip to Banff. They will make their home in Asquith. For travelling the bride wore a moss green gabardine suit, hat and bag of brown and yellow check taffeta. Her corsage was of red roses. MORGAN PEARCE SALTCOATS. At a ceremony in the United Church, Manse, Audrey Lavern Pearce, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Pearce of the Hillerton district, was united in marriage to Lewis Francis Morgan, second son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Morgan of Castleton district Rev. G. A. Kemlo officiated. The bride wore a pale gold crepe dress, .with dark brown1 accessories and a corsage of red roses. Her bridesmaid was Miss Annie Liebhauser and Mr. Gordon Morphy, attended the groom. ' . A reception was held at the home of the bride's parents, when 80 guests signed the register. Mr. and Mrs. Morgan leit later for a wedding trip to Fair-; light, and other points. For tra velling tne Dnae donned a moss green top coat, over her wedding dress. They will reside in the Saltcoats district. ! for PORTRAITS with Personality See CHARMBURY'S STUDIOS LTD. Phone 4367 D.C. Block Rose-Art Fur Coats Deaigned bjr Arthur Bom Ltd. Are Featured at WYNNE'S STYLE SIIOPPE 125 2nd Ave., So., Saskatoon liiut I I 125 5nr1 Ar . So.. I I ) ' Saskatoon Less Than Pays for Sufficient PAHETCT for Garden Furniture Any Color Better See A boot Paint Mrd St., Op p. the "Bar" Of Ceremony BROCK. Decorated with, red roses and white geraniums, , Brock United Uhurch was the ' scene of a wedding when Clara jWhilamina, youngest daughter of Mr. and Sirs. Martin Korvitch of Drumheller, became the bride of Norman Henry, son of I Mr. and Mrs. Art Lyons of Brock, the ceremony being performed by Rev. V. A. Miller. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a wedding gown of white nylon net and full length veil. She wore a necklace of pearls, the gift of the groom, and carried a bouquet of pink roses. The bridesmaid. Miss Betty Grimes, chose a gown of pink embroidered net, with a matching chapel veil and carried carnations; while the small flower girl, Joan Tufts, wore a blue net gown and coronet of sweet peas and carried a nosegay of sweet peas. , . The groom was supported by his brother, Milton Lyons. During the signing of the reg ister Miss Shirley Krenz, Miss Mary Vaale, and Miss Grace Mc Leod sang as a trio "I'll Walk Beside You," accompanied on the piano by Garth Becket who also played the wedding march. A reception was held in the basement of the church and tables laid for 35 guests. A toast to the bride was proposed by the Rev. Mr. Miller, to which the groom aptly replied. The bride's travelling costume was a suit of brown pin stripe matching the groom's suit. After a short honeymoon the couple will reside on their farm near Brock. i PLAX WIENER ROAST JL'XIATA. Plans for a com munity wiener roast for Juniata school children were made at a meeting of the. Hornemakers club July M, with Mrs. C. Young as hostess. Reports were given by Mrs. D. McMillan and Mrs D. Suter. Distribntnr Wauled for household cleaners, poltene and Imertlridei for northern Saskatchewan territory. Detail work wiui rattan torea required. Apple to SHA.NAHAVS LIMITED P.O. Box 280. VanconTfr. B.C. NCOXPOAATt " MAT Ideal for Summer! (Circular Itricf (Coiffure It's 80 COol It's so easy to keep lovely with your JAMAL permanent. Maeliiiirles. PYrninneii ,.7.50 Hair Cut With Permanent, 50c. Beauty Salon, Second Floor Use Your Charge Account, Wynne's Style Shoppe once again offer you another outstanding sale of special bargains in accordance with their policy, "YOU WIN WHEN YOU SHOP AT WYNNE'S. SALE STARTS MONDAY MORNING, 9 O'CLOCK. i Balance or j-.oiire mock or f New Spring Styles in Printed Silks, Jerseys and Mesh DRESSES Drastically reduced for fast sell ing durinsr Exhibition IV vv eeK.oniy. j y DRESSES 75 Printed Silks, Jerseys, Crepes, and Cottons. Reg.' up to $27.50. ' Exhibition Week Special 1.98 $3.98 $2.98 $4.98 42 Beautiful Slack Suits Assorted colors all sizes. Reg. $9.95 to $17.95. Exhibition Week Special s3.95 to '8.95 ( Entire Stock Shortie Coats All colors and sizes. Reg. $26.50 to $10.00., Exhibition Week Special V '16.50 to '26.50 7 7 22 Raincoats Reg. up to $22.50. Exhibition Week , Special a95 Entire Stock of Summer Hats ;. at Yi price 20 SUMMER , Tropical Suits Colors: C-rey and beige, including large sizes. Reg. $25.00. CIO CO Exhibition Week Special.... P I C.WU 25 Suits Tailored and other styles, in all-wools, crepe and worsted striped and plain shades. Reg. up to $42.50. C1D QK Exhibition Week Special .... U.Ow (j Entire Stock of A Full Length A Spring Goats ( Latest styles, assorted colors and l materials. , Reg. $32.50 to $52.50. ) J , Exhibition Week; Special, J I Ys '16.50 to Vv'33.50 jy All Sales Final. No Refunds . or Exchanges. On Sale Monday Through Saturday, July 19 to 24. 125 Second Avenue. South

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