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Star-Phoenix from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada • Page 9

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MGR Rill IMtlTOOX ITAR-raoniX, Turns DAT, DECEMBER IB, IMS RECENT WEDDINGS Womans Page SPECIAL MUSIC For the first time in Saskatoon Paling of i i Dale), will First Baptist service relieve misetea VtCItO without drain, nib on Caterim I for Christmas Principal, Staff, and the of 1948-49 of the GIFTS OF FOOD (wrap several times in wax paperj How would you like to make a and then try the new silver foil Christmas gift of food that isnt for the outside wrapping. It, going to raise hoi) with your does double duty, not only pro-( grocery budget? Heres one, tecting the gift but dressing it marmalade dessert bread, and UP as wel1- ROBERTSON SCHOOL Are Holding I'M COOKED CRANBERRY RELISH Pick over (again!) and wash' cranberries. Thought we did, that the last time. Cut one whole) orange, remove seeds. Put cran-i berries and orange through food chopper.

Add -cup sugar. thoroughly. Let stand 30 min utes or more. That does it! DELDAY ANDERSON i HORTON DEY Rev. R.

Moses was the officiat-j DODSLAND. Dodsland ing minister at a double-ring. United Churchy was the setting ceremony in Grandview United 'church, Vancouver, when Grace; Alex Dey of HoTbeim 'and the Sunday, December 19. Catherine, daughter of Mr. and late Mrs.

Dey, to Jack William, Mrs. James V. Anderson became son of Mr. and Mrs. J.

A. Horton, the bride of David Good Delday, Dodsland. Rev. A. Moffat offici-son of Mr.

George Delday of ated. Netherbili and the late Mrs. Del- The bride was given In mar-day- riage by her brother, Mr. John The bride, given in marriage1 A. Dey.

Her gown of white slip by her father, wore a gown of per satin featured an off-the-white Chantilly lace over satin, shoulder neckline with nylon with a shoulder length veil held yoke, lace top, full skirt and lily-by a coronet of orange blossoms point sleeves. It was accentu-She carried a bouquet of red ated by a full length veil en roses and white mums. jtralne and she carried a bou Her only attendant was her Quet of sweetheart roses, sister, Kathleen dressed in pins! Miss Betty Horton, sister of Chantilly lace over taffeta and the groom, was the brides only carrying a colonial bouquet of attendant She was gowned in pink carnations and white pink sheer with matching finger-mums tip veil, and carried tea roses. Mr. James Delday was his Harry E.

Horton was hi3 brother's best man and ushering brothers best man. The ushers were Mr. 1. W. Creed and Mr.jwere Messrs.

Jack Perrott and Douglas Good. jjim Stewart Mrs E. H. Heron, a formei The reception was held at the teacher of both the bride and borne of the grooms parents, groom piayed the nuptial mush The bride and groom left by with Miss Elaine Besanta irain for Calgary and Edmonton soloist. I an(j on their return will reside Mr.

E. Vickberg proposed the, north jand. reception, LOW GORDON DELISLE. A wedding was solemnized in the home of the brides parents when Marjorie Rosslyn, only dajghter of Mr. and Mrs.

Ross J. Gordon, Delisle, became the bride of Richard John Low, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Low, Rosetown. The bride entered the df a wing-room on her fathers arm.

The ceremony, conducted by Rev. J. C. Cinnamon took place In the presence of the immediate relatives of the bride and groom. A unique feature of the occasion being the presence of the brides the work, Before the the Star B.

J. presented by the Church at the morning ret Rose, only daughter of Mr.e,J HARPER HANSEN Trinity United Church Manse, Moose Jaw, was the scene of a wedding, which united in marriage, Edna Bernice, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J.

Hansen, Kincaid, to William Marriott, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Harper, also of Kincaid.

Reverend Aubrey Ingram, D.D. performed the ceremony. The bride, given in marriage The SECRETARIAL OPEN TUESDAY Graduates and THE Cleaner Oil Fire Faster Eliminates and Smoke HOUSE once youve made it youll smirk with pride over the results. MARMALADE DESSERT BREAD cup shortening 1 tbsp. sugar 1 cup orange marmalade 3 tsp.

baking powder 1 tsp. salt 2 cups sifted all purpose flour Vt cup milk 2 eggs 1 cup chopped nuts. Cream shortening and sugar. Blend in marmalade. Add eggs and mix well.

Sift together the dry Ingredients. Add them alternately with the milk. Add nuts last This will make a very thick batter. Pour into loaf pan and bake 350 degrees for 1 hour and 40 minutes. This bread will cut much bet' EVENING, DECEMBER 21 from 8 to 10 p.m.' SURPRISE COOKIES cup shortening or butter.1 1 egg.

1 pkg. butterscotch pudding. fdd tbsp. butter. cup flour.

1 cup oats. 1 tsp. soda. 1 tsp. cream of tartar.

1 tsp. vanilla and salt. Put pudding powder in bowl, add sugar, blend, then add egg Former Students of the School Will Receive a Warm Welcome nxEEn-FL ter on the second day and will mix, add oats, then flour sifted keep moist for some time. When with salt, soda and tartar. When you give food gifts such as this, mixed roll into small balls and 1 1 press down with a fork.

Bake in 1 moderate oven. SEVERAL WOMEN who spent last Christmas' and several before that in displaced persons camps in Europe, and who are learning English at classes sponsored by the Local Council of Women, at the Y.W.C.A., were among those who gathered Wednesday evening to help decorate the- for Christmas. Here is one group busy around a Christmas tree. Mrs. Elizabeth Bauer, a Hungarian, is perched atop the ladder, and pinning on the trimmings are Dr.

Tatjana Didoszan, a Ukrainian; Mrs. Gertrude Wytrysewoski, who is Polish Mrs. Kathleen Epp, a Russicn Men-nonite, and Mrs. Aime Janson, whose home was originally in Esthgnia. Saskatoon Star-Phoenix.

LIQUID FUEL OIL CONDITIONER Heres What It Does: A MAKE SASKATOON CHRISTMAS CITY and Hotter Heating Oil Odors Reduces Carbon and Soot 4-ox. bottles 30c Keeps Systems Water-Free Dissolves Gum and Sludge Keeps Barner Clean Conserves Consumption of Fuel Quart cans $1.70 LEMON SNOW PUDDING 1 taplespoons granulated gelatine 14 cup water 1 cup boiling water cup sugar cup lemon juice 3 egg whites, beaten Soft custard by her father, wore a white 1 grandmothers Mrs. Gordon and Decorate Your Home Outside Newcomers From Europe Help Mrs. Flanagan, both more than 80 years of age. A friend of the bride, Mrs.

Karl Boatness, Saskatoon, was matron of honor, while the brides brother George acted as best man. After a short honeymoon the young couple will take up residence in Rosetown. Soak the gelatine in the coldlT water for 5 minuteK then pourJeCOrate lOr (JiriStlliaS over the boiling water and stir, until dissolved, then add lemon; Try it this way, or how juice and sugar. When this is about putting one here, were place. Claus posters were in and baubles and tinsel depicting the Christmas Spirit.

among the comments overheard gleamed from corners. STPB Electric Co. Ltd. cool and Just about to congeal, fold in the 3 egg whites stiffly beaten, and allow to chill and set preferably in stemmed glass dishes. When ready to serve pour over custard.

wool dress fashioned on Victorian lines with matching hat Her corsage was of red roses with white baby mums. Mrs. Gordon Searle, Regina, her sisters matron of honor, chose a pastel blue wool dress with black satin picture hat. Her corsage was of rosy pink carnations. The groom was attended by his brother, Kieth S.

Harper, York-ton. Following the ceremony, a reception was held on mezzanine floor of the Grant Hall Hotel. For their wedding trip to Saskatoon, the bride donned a a brown gabardine suit with brown accessories and a hunter green fall coat. On their return, Mr. and Mrs.

Harper will reside in Kincaid, Saskatchewan. -IN- PRIZES $100 Cemds R. GORDON WRIGHT, Manager 218 2nd Ave N. Opp. Bay Parking Lot Wednesday evening at the Y.W.C.A.

It was a merry and a busy scene, and the sound oi tapping hammers mingled with laughter and conversation, as members dressed the staid old building in festive array for the Christmas season. They climbed high ladders to decorate the pillars and the tops of the evergreen trees and they argued cheerfully as they placed a snow $50.00 First prize CRANBERRY FRUIT SAUCE 4 large apples 8 cups cranberries 4 tablespoons lime juice Pinch of salt 3 cups sugar 4 '4 4 4 4 If you wish any further information phone 4721. Core and slice apples thin as scene on he mantel. In no time at all, it seemed, streamers and New Fox-Fur Wool Soft as Angora Another traditional hanging of th greens was ovef? and the more than 90 young women who had taken part gathered in the assembly room for carol singing and refreshments. This year they included a group of newcomers.

A number of women who have recently ar rived in the city from Europe, and who, under the Local Coun cil of Women, meet each Wednesday evening at the for English classes, had joined, with obvious pleasure, In the fun of decorating the rooms, and later during the sing song, in their own languages, they sang Holy Night. Most of them had spent last Christmas, and some before that, in displaced persons camps in Germany. Several had arrived in Saskatoon only within the last two or three weeks. Among them were Mrs. Vik-torija Grinblats, who came originally from Latvia, and who joined her husband here four weeks ago.

Mrs. Aime Janson, a tall girl with lovely blonde hair, is an Esthonian, as is Mrs. Elsa Vellner. There had been no Christmas in their country since it was over-run by the Russians. you do for apple pie, leaving the skin on.

Combine with cran berries and lime juice, add a dash of salt and cook until you can pierce the berries with a fork. They should not burst open. Take off the stove, add sugar and shake pan. Do not stir or you will break the skins; -Chill and serve with thin pieces of lime rind. Serves 8.

Paint and Wallpaper Store 23rd StM opp. the Bay JOHNSON BUR WELL ASQUITH. A wedding took place at the Zion Lutheran manse, Saskatoon, when Audrey Irene, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allan K.

Burwell of Asquith, was married to Ralph Hilton, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Johnson of Asquith. Rev. Milton Johnson performed the double ring ceremony.

The bride wore a white lace and sheer gown with veil and carried a bouquet of red roses and white 'mums. The bridesmaid, Jessie Bur-well, cousin of the bride, wore pink sheer and carried a bouquet of mauve and white baby mums. The groom was attended by the brides brother, Clark Burwell. A wedding supper was held at the home of the brides parents, and a dance later in the Asquith Community Hall. The couple TORONTO, Dec.

16 (CP). Mrs. A. Kulmela of Fort William has developed a fox-fur mitt; that will be welcomed by persons allergic to angora. The fur, with wool added to make it bind, is as soft as angora but it has no sneezing about, Mrs.

Kulmela said. She said she just wondered what of mitts made of fox fur yarn would look like. The craft division of the Department of Education now is experimenting with it. Bannigan, crafts adviser of I They recalled the last Christmas the education department, feels they had spent at home, In 1941, ONLY products as the fox fur mitts will particularly make a big hit with United States tourists, to Evening Blouses will reside at Asquith. blouses WfftWMCMfMCWnCWKWWKMMfKMCWSKIKjKIKSKAUifflnKMtMCWMfIK PATTERNS Beautiful black or colored with smart sequin trim.

Long or short sleeves. Regular up to $17.95. To clear $5.00 ONLY when their celebrating had been behind locked doors, with the curtains tightly drawn. Mrs. Janson, who lives ht 317 Third Avenue, said she had some fun last year, for she had been employed at an American club at Ulm on the Danube.

Mrs. Vellner had been at Geislinger in southern Germany. Mrs. Mary Hnas, a West Ukrainian, too spent four years in Germany. She had been a little more than two here, and was proud of the progress her children, a boy of 12 and a girl of 8, were making 5 in school.

Ijj Mrs. Tatjana Didoszan, is a medical doctor, and a graduate of Carcow University. I was just at home last year, for my baby was only seven months old, she said. That was in Regensburg in Germany. Evening Skirts $7.50 full-length black crepes 12 to 18.

Regular $10.95. Smart, in sizes To clear ONLY Linen Dinner Cloths These Complete with 12 serviettes, linen, trimmed with beautiful cutwork. Size 72 by 108 inches. Regular $118.00. Best in Saskatoon To clear 4 iHtMOMHMHMHM When shopping for 4 4 4 4 4 4 i 4 4 4 4 EVERYONE KNOWS For over 40 years Golfs have been making the finest chocolates and candies in Saskatoon.

Theyre fresher, richer, and superior quality. Order your Christmas Chocolates and Candy now! Lingerie GIFTS FROM FIJI SUVA, Fiji (CP). The Fiji Gifts For Britain committee al-loted $4,000 for the purchase of food for distribution to British schoolchildren. The food parcels will be sent in bulk from Australia and distributed by the Childrens World Community Chest While shopping for these specials, be sure to see oar excellent selection of imported ridge Sets, Table cloths. Towel Sets, Runners, etc.

They make beautiful prao tical gifts. For Christmas Santa Sui to the LADIES! Be safe with Name Brand merchandise Purchased at The ardstlck such as GOLFS CHOCOLATES Choice fruit centres, nut centres, and creams, in pretty gift boxes. $1.00 $4.50 40 Only Skating Outfits SU-LETTE they visit Caswells during their shopping tours. They will find a bright, cheerful store, with merchandise arranged so as to make shopping a pleasure, rather than a task. 4 4 I 4 I 4 4 4 PACEMAKER BULK CHOCOLATES Assorted chocolates, all $1.00 flavors.

Per lb. FORMULA Warm Jackets and skirts made from all-wool flannel or corduroy. Plaid-trim hoods. Sizes 10 to 16. Regu- 5 rv.

lar to $18.95. To 9214 SIZES 2-10 We carry a very large assorted stock of NATIONALLY' ADVERTISED GIFTS FOR MEN Properly styled and reasonably priced. Each article packed in a lovely Christmas gift box. HOLEPROOF KAYSER up clear CANDY CANES 10c $2.00 MERCURY Shell be the lass at the head of the class in this outfit! That whirly skirt has suspenders the $14.95 FOR THE BEST You will be served by courteous, competent salesmen who are always pleased to give careful, patient attention to visitors or buyers. jacket, a tiny part-belt and ripply ihool peplum in back.

A suit for sc! 12 in a Gift Box $1.00 Cashew Nut, Brazil Nut, Pecan Nut Rolls at Christmas TIMES 50c WONT YOU PAY US A VISIT? Schools and Churches Send in your order now for Christmas Candy and Candy Canes. I 4 4 4 I 1 4 4 4 i I 4 I 4 Gift Boxes, $1.00 Get Them at and Sunday Best! Shell love it. Pattern 9214 In sizes 2, 4, 6, 8, 10. Size 6 takes 1 yards 54-inch. This easy-to-use pattern gives perfect fit.

Complete illustrated Sew Chart shows you every step. Send twenty-five cents (25c) plus lc education tax In coins (stamps cannot be accepted) for this pattern. Print plainly size, name, address, style number. Send your order to the Star-Phoenix Pattern Department, Saskatoon, Sask. It will take two weeks before the pattern is Chocolate Shop GIBSONS AND CAFE Saskatoon Phone 29855 151 2nd SERVICE Ninth Street and Broadway BOOOOOBBBim8OO08tag8llfHgt, 988988 8MJ.I.H.8 5- i ftlft Fc K2N.

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