Star-Phoenix from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada on November 1, 1945 · 9
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Star-Phoenix from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada · 9

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Women Ask Representation On All Party Committees .liberal Women' Association of Saskatchewan will present two important resolutions at gather ing to b held In Ottawa the middle of November. One baa to do with representation on party committees and the other with the matter of women running for honors in pro vincial and Federal elections. -National Liberal Federation meets In Ottawa November 14 and IS. Women delegates and visitors at the federation sessions will hold sessions on November 13 with Ottawa members -of the National Liberal Women's Federation. "The women's gathering opens with a luncheon at the Chateau Laurler. Resolutions and plans for work will be discussed in the afternoon. Wives of Cabinet ministers will hold a reception in the evening for the visiting delegates. . Mrs. Thomas Burke, Saskatchewan president, will be one of the ten delegates from Saskatchewan to be In Ottawa for the National Liberal Federation meetings. Mrs. A. Studer, Lao Pelletler, will be a delegate; as will Miss Florence Gardiner, Montreal, whose Western home is at Lemberg and who has obtained a week's leave from her position in Montreal to be at the sessions. ' In Ottawa a reorganization meeting was held October 10 by the advisory committee of the National Federation of Liberal Women, For some years because of the political truce and the needs caused by the swer the advisory committee has been inactive. It la composed of wives of Liberal members and senators interested. At the reorganization meeting Mrs. Brooke Claxton and Mme. Joseph Jean were elected ASTOtRELHF A Mfftm Inholent Milked fr . Relieving the Symptoms el Anhma ' ( Nen-Cardiai Nature end Hoy Ftvir it CAUTION: lead Literature Thoroughly end Um Only At PirMitd. PIER'S DRUG STORES joint chairmen; Miss Florence Gardiner and Mme. Pbileaa Cote, secretaries, and Mrs. G. J. Mcllraith, treasurer. . Liberal women of Saskatchewan are asking the women's federation (o make request of the general federation for women to have equal representation with men on ail party committee) at the party conventions. They ask also for women to be recognised on all Federal boards that may be con stituted. Liberal women in this Province are asking further that general encouragement be given by the party members when Liberal women stand for honors In provincial and Federal elections. Calendar O.N.O. Club will meet Friday eve-n'ng at the home of Mrs. Duffus, 820 Avenue B, north, for its Hal lowe'en party. Comforts Committee of the Navy League will meet at 2.30 o'clock Monday afternoon, instead of Friday, at the Federal Building, as members will be at the Reception Centre Friday, At this meeting the draw will be made for the Trafalgar Day tea door prize. Bethany Hospital Auxiliary will meet at 2.30 o'clock Friday afternoon with Mrs. Wyma, 206 Thirty- third Street, west. - First Baptist Church Mission Circle will meet at 3 o'clock Friday afternoon with Mrs. C. D. Mitchner, 221 Fifth Avenue, north. Saskatoon R.C.A.F. Mothers' As sociation will meet for quilting at 2.30 o'clock Friday afternoon at the Y.W.C.A. HARRY S. IIU and ASSOCIATES Optometrists Appointment Fbones: Saskatoon - - 2632 North Battleford 593 When in need of FUEL, LUMBER OR BUILDERS' SUPPLIES, contact City Supply & Cartage Avenue A and 19th St, First Coach Still Teaching at 72 PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 1 (AP). Constance M. K. Applebee, 72-year-old Englishwoman who introduced field hockey to this country in 1901, vows she's going to teach the game "as long as I hold together." Winding up the 25th season at her hockey camp in the Pocono Mountains, Miss Applebee estimated she has taught close to 8,000 players there in the past quarter century. After a visit to Lima, Pa., "the Apple" as she is called by her girls will begin a tour of girls' eastern colleges Including Vassar, Smith, Russell Sage and Sweet Briar to teach the game. Miss Applebee had a negative an swer to a question whether she thought American women would be able to defeat British women when next they meet. Here's why: "We will not be able to beat the English until we develop more clubs here. In England there are about 2,000 hockey clubs. They have a longer season. I was sorry to sea that the Americans let hockey go down during the war. TAXI! TAXI! PARIS. Of 14,000 taxis which dashed about pre-war Paris only 250 are in use at present and they are reserved for special purposes such as transportation of the sick As soon as tires are available 730 will be put Into immediate use. Of 3,500 buses only 1,000 are still In existence and they have no tires either. It is expected that by the end of October six bus lines mav resume operations. Underground stations are all open to the public now and subways are running until midnight as before the war. Liberal Tea MRS. 3. McCAlX newly elected president of the Saskatoon Women's Liberal Club, who with Mrs. W. E. Brunsxill, Mrs. F. A. Nut tall and Mrs. P. G. Schwager, will welcome the guests at the membership and guest tea to be held Friday afternoon and evening at the horns of Mrs. Schwager, University Drive. Recent Weddings SANDERMAN HARDER ROSTHERN. Trinity Lutheran Church at Rosthern was the scene of a wedding when Evelyn Harder, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs, C. Harder of Shellbrook and Henry Paul Sanderman, youngest son of the Rev. H. Sanderman and Mrs Sanderman of Wapella were united in marriage, the Rev. W. K. Raths officiating. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of white satin and net with finger tip veil, held in place by a pleated headdress. She carried red roses and white baby 'mums. The bride's attendant, Miss May Summers of Prince Albert wore a long dress of robin egg blue crepe and Juliet cap of pink. Her flowers were pink carnations. Mr. Russell Gordon of. Birch Hills was best man. Following the ceremony a reception was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. Sanderman. After a honeymoon at Calgary and Banff, the young couple will reside in Rosthern. SINCLAIR ALLEN McGEE. In All Saints Church Saskatoon, a wedding was solemn ized by the Rev. A. Piercey, when Marie Louise, , eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Allen of St. Catharines, Ont., became the bride of Alexander Cormack Sinclair, second son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Sinclair of Belvoir. The bride, given in marriage by her older brother, was attired in a becoming after noon dress of pink wool crepe with brown accessories and a corsage of red roses. She was attended by Mrs. W. Allen of McGee, who wore a blue dress with matching accessories and corsage of pink car nations. The groom was supported by his brother, Gordon Sinclair of Belvoir. After the wedding a recep tion was held at The Elite. The out-of-town guests were Mr. W. Sin clair of Belvoir; F.O. J. H. Allen of St. Catharines; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore of Gunnworth; LA.C. G. H. Allen of Winnipeg, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack McCall of McGee. The happy couple spent a short honeymoon in Saskatoon. SASKATOON STAR-PHOENIX. THCRSDAY. NOVEMBER t 1913 ' 00 FAD.IL Friday - Saturday - Monday Here's the chance you have been waiting for, to save on your new Coat, Suit, Dress and Accessories. FUR-TRIMMED COATS Shags, boucles. Choice of shades. All handsomely furred and chamois lined. Regular 1 1 M 1(1 values to S39.50. , fcl -On Sale ; Untrimmed COATS 'Fleeces and shags. All shades. New 1948 styles. Chamois lined. On Sale : at 15sto '35; 00 TWEED COATS '19 Beautiful tweeds. Assorted shades. Chamois lined. Values to $32.50. On Sale at DRESSES A wonderful choice of tm n colors and materials, f " 5 All brand new dresses. XM' up CHILDREN'S , COATS Sava on children's costs. All sizes and colors. Some fur trimmed. $Q,95 up DRESSMAKER SUITS Lovely assortment of the popu. lar high shades. All expertly tailored. 13 Ho '28 .95 ALL FUR COATS ON SALE Winton's Ltd. LADIES' WEAR 119 PECONU AVENUE. NORTH. COOKE NOWEIX The marriage took place in St. Luke's United Church, Montreal, of Doris Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Nowell of Notre Dame de Grace, to Mr. William John (Jack) Cooke, son of Mrs. and Mrs. William Cooke of Kindersley, Major the Rev. R. De-Witt Scott officiated and the soloist was Miss Grace McKercher, cousin of the bride. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was wearing a floor-length gown of white brocaded organza over satin, her net veil arranged with a wreath of orange blossoms. She carried a bouquet of American Beauty roses and baby's breath. Her only attendant was her sister, Miss Erna Eleanor (Pat) Nowell, as bridesmaid, in a floor-length frock of American Beauty i taffeta with Juliet cap and shoulder-length veil to match and car- Hill roses. The best man was Mr. Mitchell Dent, L.L.D., of Ottawa, and Ihs ushers were R.O. W. G. McKercher, R.A.F.T.C., and Sgt. H. O. Blair, R.C.A.F., recently returned from overseas, both cousins of the bride. Following the ceremony a reception was held in Victoria Hall, after which the bridal couple left to spend their honeymoon in the Laurentians. On their return Mr. and Mrs. Cooke will reside in Ottawa. GRAINGER J EIXICOE .. . BEATTY. A wedding took place at Beatty United Church, when Margaret Jelllcoe, eldest daughter of Capt. T. B. Jelllcoe, became the bride of Gordon Grainger, only son of Mr, W. Grainger of Melfort. Rev. J. C. Wardlow of Mel fort, of-1 f Iciated. To the strains of the wedding inarch played by Mrs. Newman Holmes the brlds entered the church on the arm of her father, She wore a gown of white sheer with fitted bodice, sequin and bead trimming and sweetheart neckline, She wore an Elizabethan fingertip veil ana carried bouquet of Tal isman roses. The matron of honor, Mrs. A. E. Clarke, chose a gown of pale mauve with matching chapel veil falling from a halo of tiny white feathers. The bridesmaid. Miss Betty Jelllcoe, chose a sown of pals green with matching chapel veil. Both carried bouquets of bronze 'mums and roses. LitUe Ar-dell Padget as flower girl, was dressed In pals peach crep. Dale Clark as ring bearer carried the ring on. a whit satin cushion. Mr. Donald Paul was best man. Mr. Harold Jelllcoe, brother of the brlds, and Mr. Harry Menzles were tn ushers. Following the cere mony a reception was held at the home of the bride. After a short honeymoon the young couple will reild at Pleasant Valley, ( Fund Needs Donations The Earl of Athlone and Princess Alice are on leave in England, but will return to Canada for a time. Princess Alice fund committee hopes that the fund will he well established prior to their final de parture, a tribute to Princess Alice s deep interest In Canada, particularly in Canadian youth. The fund being established by donations from Canadian women will serve to promote the education and development of youthful Canadians with preference to young women who give promise of qualities of leadership In their communities. In Saskatchewan the response by donations has not been as great as was hoped for by the provincial committee of which Mrs. R. J. M. Parker is honorary president Several subscriptions, however, have been received although very few donations from Individuals have conns in. In oilier Provinces collections have been taken at club meetings and Mrs. Parker has suggested that similar action be taken In Saskatchewan. In Vancouver a substantial donation was realized when a collection was taken at a Women's Canadian Club meeting. Donations to the fund should be addressed to Miss Isabel Cherry, 36 Frontenao Apartments, Regina, honorary provincial treasurer, or to Mrs. Parker at the Hotel Saskat chewan, Regina. Donors in the Province to date have Included: Ladies' auxiliary to the Canadian Legion No. 63, Saskatoon; Lawrence of Arabia Chapter I.O.D.E.. Moose Jaw; Morton Homemakers' Club, Prince Albert; A Snd L. Tregaskis Chapter I.O. D.E., Wilkie; St. Thomas-Wesley Women's Association, Saskatoon Sir Frederick Haultaln Chapter I.O.D.E., Weyburn; Lady Patricia Ramsay Chapter I.O.D.E., Luse- land; Ida N. Bates Chapter I.O. D.E., Yorkton; St. Andrew's Unit ed Church Federation, Regina; Doctor Motherwell Chapter I.O. D.E., Abernethy; Areola Chapter I.O.D.E., Areola; Stewart Gibson Chapter I.O.D.E., Foam Lake; Ca nadian Daughters League, Regina assembly, and a donation from the central office of the Saskatchewan Homemakers' Clubs. President Kimball In charge of arrangements. The election of officers for the 1946 season was held, Mrs. L. 6. Cumming in the chair. Slat of officers for the new season is aa follows: President, Helen Davies Sherry; vice-president, Miss Alice Kimball; secretary - treasurer. Thelms, Johannes; exerutive mem bers. Ada Treleaven and Mrs. R. A. Spencer. Engagement Notices Announcements to appear under this heading will he accepted at the Bttr-Phoentx Clanitfled Dept., eame to be eigned by tilt bride-to-be or her parents. Minimum eharte Sl.Ofl far 10 line! and lue lor eacn auuniuni un MISS ROSE WUNDERUCK newly-elected president of the Callista Club of St. Joseph's parish. Her assisting executive includes Beth Hussey, vice-president; Marion M. Stewart, secretary, and Mary Lacina, treasurer. Reception After Musical Program The members of the Toronto Conservatory alumni met Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Helen Davies Sherry to hear a most en joyable musical program given by the 1945 medallist, scholarship win ners, and diploma graduates of To ronto Conservatory, Marjorle Wilson was in charge of the program which comprised the following: Violin, Sarabands and Bourree (Bach), Arthur Johnson (grade V medallist); piano, Four Waltzes (Brahms), Betty Toms (associate diploma graduate); violin, Prayer (Rehfeld), Lawrence Jakowski (grade IV medallist); vocal, The Trout (Schubert), Tempting Hour (Poldoweky), Sure on the Shining Night (Barber), Mae Strasser (grade 10 medallist); violn, Minuet (Lewando), David Igcr (grade 3 medallist); piano, Romance In F sharp (Schumann), Prelude In G minor (Rachmaninoff), Mary Britten (associate dinloma graduate). The artists of the evening were pupils of Mrs. Grace Adshead, Mrs. Sherry and Lyell Gustin. Mrs. R. F, Hogarth and Lyell Gustin extended thanks to the performers and later a reception was held for members and guests, with Alice ROAMING HOUSE LONDON, Nov. 1 (CP). Mr. and Mr. Ai-thur Sobey live In what ougt bs called a "roaming house' a 32-seat motor coach without the motor and with good tires on all six wheels. In It they can roam where they will on tow. They were bombed out of their hou at Margate, so Mr. Sobey bought a smart blue motor coach tonic out the seats and sold them, PAGE NINB installed a neat little kitchen stove and set up their home at Lewis-ham, southwest London. "Once you've lived in on of these," said Mrs. Sobey, a former circus performer, "ycu don't want a house. It's warmer in winter and in summer we cook on an oil stov outdoors. "The windows slide down so it's easy to get lots of fresh air when you want it." RMBfSS 1 1 1 t wxss, 1 mm. Furs By Trute Saskatoon's Leading Fur Stylist Fur coats made to measure by Trute have been readily accepted by our patrons, who know they received the finest in quality and style. We appreciate this confidence, but . . . For Those Who Prefer A Ready-Made Coat . . . We also have on display a large number of ready-made coats, designed, styled and made by us. They hav received the same attention as our made-to-measure coats. Call and slip on on of these enchanting models in any desired fur. You'll note the satisfaction in a TRUTE-mads fur coat. cAlanitiu.tii tirit) rj'.'xxiicii "T-R-U-T-E in Furs 259 2nd Ave., S. Means Honest Value" Phone 3869 Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Young announce the engagement of their younger daughter, Margaret Helen, to William Orson Rublee, youngest son of Dr. O. E. Rublee and Mrs. Rublee, Wilkie. The wedding will take mace November 14. 11-2-p Mr. and Mrs. A. 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