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Star-Phoenix from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada • 8

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PAGE EIGHT Ceremony at Bride's Home At a ceremony performed by the Rev. M. S. Johnson, at the home of the bride's parents, Ellen Anna Romuld, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

M. Romuld, of Saskatoon, became the bride of Ray Willard Ottem, son of Mr. and Mrs. P. Ottem of Unity.

The bride, who was dressed in a pale beige lace dress with matching accessories and an or chid corsage, was attended by Miss Arlene Romuld, wearing brown taffeta with corsage of yellow rose buds. Mr. Tom was best man. Mrs. Romuld wore a draped gown of crepe with lace and corsage red roses, and grey, Mrs.

Ottem was smartly dressed in blue crepe with corsage of Ye yellow roses. At the reception which fol. lowed, the three-tiered wedding cake surrounded by holly, tall white tapers and a bouquet of red roses decorated the lace draped table. For going away by train, the bride wore a light navy gabardine suit and topcoat, taupe accessories. Jessie Miller Circle MR.

AND MRS. R. W. OTTEM Mr. and Mrs.

Ottem will make their home at 1096 Street, Kamloops, B.C. Mrs. A. L. Ford is Re-Elected Mrs.

A. L. Ford was re-elected president of the Jessie Miller Circle of St. James' W.A. at the annual meeting the group held at the home of Miss Mabel Colebank.

Other elected were: Honorary president, Mrs. Roy Manwaring, honorary vice-presidents, Mrs. L. C. Dorrett and Mrs.

T. W. Howarth; vice-president, Miss Mabel Colebank: cording secretary, Mrs. F. Jack; treasurer, Mrs.

J. B. Cyr; corresponding secretary, Mrs. H. M.

Burtonwood; Dorcas secretaries, K. Reush and Mrs. A. Anderson; educational secretary, Mrs. T.

D. Donaldson; gift fund, E. C. Thompson; social conveners, Mrs. J.

Wrightson and Verbeke; card convener, Mrs. E. C. Bailey; press secretary, Mrs. W.

Broughton. The Rev. Douglas Gregory presided over the election of the officers. The report of the secretary showed that all projects undertaken during the year had been successful. These included an home cooking sale held in the Hudson's Bay auditorium, the sale of Christmas cards, wrapping paper and gift stationery, and a film program held in the parish hall at which home-made candy was sold.

The contribution to the church talent display was a pattern quilt. pairs The of circle stockings sent to a the number In- dian Residential School at Prince Albert, and also sent a food parcel to its prayer partner, Miss Jessie Miller. A Christmas bale, consisting of hand-knit mittens. handicraft supplies and candy Women's Liberal Club To Meet on Tuesday hold Women's. business Liberal meeting Club Tues- will day evening at Second Avenue South.

All members and executive are asked to be present to clear, business for the winter months. It is hoped Miss Isabel Atkinson will be present. NEWTON C. MacGREGOR Optometrist Phone 22942 311 Canada Building Wedding louts THAMS, TO THE STUDIOS GIFT BRIDE GROOM: Phone 6631 OF Call for Complete Details THAMS STUDIO was sent to the Endeavor Mission. A get-together party was held to which young married women in the parish were invited, the guests including those did belong to any organization in the church.

The outcome of this was the formation of two new W.A. groups, the Florence Haslam and Sue Kelsie. Among the social activities was a Hallowe'en party, held for the children at Kilburn Hall, a wiener roast in the spring, Christmas party which all members enjoyed. SASKATOON STAR PHOENIX, Women's Page Social and Personal GUESTS Mr. and Mrs.

G. Hanselman had as holiday guests their son-in-law and laughter, anda Mrs. H. InRegina son, Carl, of Kamsack. Sask.

GO EAST. Mr. and Mrs. I. Chertkow have left on a trip to eastern Canada and New York.

HOLIDAYS Miss Sybil Garland has returned to Saskatoon having spent the holidays in Rosetown with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Garland.

Guests for the New Year at the same home were Miss Lorna Wopnford of Big River and Mr. and Mrs. Hamish Garland of Lloydminster. FROM WINNIPEG. Shirley Hunter has arrived from Winnipeg for a 10-day visit with her parents, Mr.

and Mrs. George E. Hunter, before joining the staff of St. Peter's Hospital at Melville. FROM ENGLAND Mrs.

A. E. Pedersen and little daughter Carolyn, arrived here Thursday, from Sussex, England, to join her husband, who returned to Saskatoon in October last, having been called home by the illness of his father, Mr. A. R.

Pedersen. They intend to remain in Saskatoon and make their home at 127 Avenue south. MAKE PLANS Members of unit 2, Nu Phi Mu, gathered at the home of Denise MacMillan Wednesday evening when plans were made for coming social activities. Miss Doreen Frost assisted the hostess in serving refreshments. Tips to Press Conveners 1950-Another year, another set of officers for women's or- another lot of press conveners wanting to know how best to report meetings.

Some take the job willingly, some with skepticism but all of them eager to have furl and acurate accounts of their group activities appear in the paper. Just to help along the way, her are some pointers for their perusal. Every name must have an initial and every married woman's name must have her husband's initial--not her given name. This applies to lodge as vrell as club members. Reports should be sent in immediately after meetings with names in block print preferably.

The important feature of the meeting should appear in the first paragraph and no report should begin with the expression "the regular monthly." Remember, if it is month- ly, it must be regular. Keep reports short and to the point and keep in mind they are for the general public--not just your club members. Don't get the idea that reports are not wanted. They are. Almost any meeting has some news value a and the more names that appear, the better.

all references to "we. our." Reports must be written in the third person, past tense, unless you use quotes. Notices of meetings must appear in the calendar column one day or more before the meetings. If the organization meets day afternoon or evening telephone the notice Wednesday before 11 o'clock at the latest. All BUTTERFLY EXHIBITION CALCUTTA, India (CP).

Four thousand species were dis. played at a butterfly exhibition held here under the auspices of the Zoological Survey of India. Nearly 1,500 were of Indian origin. COTTONS POPULAR LONDON, (CP). Cotton fabrics are becoming popular in Britain.

Women are beginning to realize that even when the sun is not shining cotton can be an appropriate choice for a suit or a dress. Permanent Waves Have a SMART Look when given by LA BELLE Operators SHEEN CREAM PERMANENT Reg. $6.00. Special $4.95 COLD WAVES $5.00 OTHER METHODS $3.00 and up Canada Bldg. 7557 Ground Floor laBelle Phone BEAUTY CLINIC SATURDAY, JANUARY 1, 1930 Church Wedding MR.

AND MRS. J. KOKOTAILO exchanged vows in a double-riug ceremony at St. George's Greek Catholic Church, the Rev. Father Pelech officiating.

The bride. Edna Martynuik of this city, is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Martynuik of Rosthern, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr.

J. Kokotailo of Peterson and the late. Mrs. Kokotailo. The bride wore white velvet with an illusion fingertip veil and carried red roses and white 'mums.

She was attended by cousin Miss Pauline Humeniuk of Rosthern, and the bridegroom by Mr. Jerome Felix of Peterson. The reception for 100 guests followed in the church parlors. The newlyweds will reside at Orion, where the bridegroom is principal of the school Fashion Horoscope by full figureDONT DO Syndicate sawtt-ung Chicago DON'T choose bulky knits DO keep knits simple, dark in color, airy in stitch 48. MAIL BY PRAM CRIGGLESTONE, Yorkshire, England (CP).

Postwoman Rhoda Cass, mother of three, who walks 12 miles on her mail round in this mining village, used a pram to cope with the huge volume of Christmas mail. Appreciation For Parcels L.0.D.E. TO BERMUDA Mr. Joseph Hanna is leaving for New York where he will visit a few days before sailing for a month's vacation in Bermuda. VISITORS Mr.

and Mrs. were the home of Frank Atchison, of Saskatoon the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Atchison, in Regina. VISITS PARENTS and Mrs.

Willard Estey and baby's son Billy, of Toronto, have returned to their home after spending the past week in Ottawa with MI Estey's parents, Hon. Mr. Justice J. Wilfred Estey and Mrs. Estey.

Dr. Harold Estey, also of Toronto. who spent Christmas here with his parents, Mr. Justice Estey and Mrs. Estey, has also returned.

FROM CALGARY Miss Phoebe Craig of Calgary spent the holidays here with her mother, Mrs. C. B. Craig. Westminster W.A.

Elects New Officers The annual business meeting and installation of new of Westminster W.A. took place recently. was preceded by an enjoyable luncheon convened by Mrs. C. Prince and her committee.

Excellent reports of circles were given, and the financial standing of the association was commendable. Following are the officers for 1950: Honorary president, Mrs. E. W. MacQuarrie; past president, Mrs.

J. H. Erwin; president, Mrs. A. Lawson; first vice-president, Mrs.

R. McGregor; second vicepresident, Mrs. G. Bell; third vice-president, Mrs. D.

MacDonald; secretary, Mrs. M. J. Spicer, treasurer, Mrs. R.

R. Wheaton social convener, Mrs. C. Prince; treasurer, Mrs. R.

R. Wheaton; representatives to Local Council of Women, Mrs. R. R. McGregor and Mrs.

D. MacDonald; representatives to St. Andrew's Guild, Mrs. R. H.

Bowman, Mrs. E. Marshal; representatives to Travellers' Aid, Mrs. R. J.

Mathers and Mrs. R. L. Toren; visiting committee, Mrs. C.

E. Arnold. WINTER-TIME SALAD (Serves 6) Two bright red apples, diced with skins on, 2 cooked potacut in strips, cup diced celery, 1 shredded raw carrot, 1 pint peas or green beans, 2 tablespoons finely chopped pickle, 2 hard-cooked eggs or one cup cooked meat, cut in strips, salad dressing to moisten. Mix and season with salt, paprika and a small raw onion. Pile on lettuce leaves or a bed of shredded cabbage.

THE CALENDAR All Saints' Senior W.A. will meet at 2.30 o'clock Tuesday at the rectory, 1721 Avenue. Evening Auxiliary of Third Avenue United Church W.M.S. will meet at 8 o'clock Tuesday with Mrs. Arts, 628 Eighth Avenue, north.

Kum-Meet-Us Association of St. Thomas-Wesley W.A. will meet at 8 o'clock Tuesday with Mrs. J. Robertson, 827 Avenue north.

Mrs. I. Kirkpatrick of Trinidad will be guest speaker. Past Matrons and Past Patrons' Club of the 0.E.S. will meet at 8 o'clock Tuesday at the Y.W.C.A, Saskatoon Council of Home and School will meet at 8 o'clock Tuesday evening in the Technical Collegiate.

Reports will be presented by committee working on the medical health program for high schools. Golden West Chapter, I.O.D.E., will meet at 3 o'clock Monday at headquarters. Sunshine Circle, O.E.S., will meet at 3 o'clock Tuesday with Mrs. T. Stow, 216.

Saskatchewan Crescent. St. Paul's Hospital Nurses' Alumni will meet at 8.15 o'clock Monday in the nurses' residence. Executive meeting o'clock. Dr.

James Robertson Auxiliary of the W.M.S. of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church will meet at 8 o'clock Monday at the home of Miss J. E. Walls, 414 Twentysixth Street, west.

Mothers' Auxiliary of the 5th Troop, Cubs and Boy Scouts, will meet at 8 o'clock Monday with Mrs. H. E. Robertson, 308 Thirty-second Street. City Hospital alumnae will meet at 8.15 o'clock Tuesday at the nurses' residence for election of officers.

Holy Trinity Senior W.A. has postponed its annual meeting from Tuesday until further notice. St. Carpetball Club will hold its official tournament at. 8 o'clock Friday, January 13.

Busy Bee Circle of Mayfair United Church will meet at 2.30 o'clock Tuesday with Mrs. W. Doyle, 1328 Avenue north. Caswell Hill Circle of Knox W.A. will meet at 3 o'clock Tuesday with Mrs.

G. H. Headley, 928 Avenue north. Fidelis Circle, St. ThomasWesley W.A., will meet at o'clock Tuesday with Mrs.

E. Fines, 115 Ninth Street At the January meeting of the Military Chapter I.0.D.E. sev- cral letters of read from recipients of the parcels sent overseas every month. A letter from the matron of D.V.A. Hospital also expressed the appreciation were ON ORDER AL thanks of patients who were remembered by the chapter at Christmas.

Educational secretary, Mra. W. W. Swanson, reported that LO.D.E. calendars had been forwarded to all adopted schools.

Finance convener, Mrs. F. M. Jackson suggested that a bridge party be held at an early date. Arrangements for this will be made by a committee.

It was decided that the annual meeting in February take the form of a pot-luck luncheon. The regent, Mrs. W. Farnam, invited all those submitting reports to meet at her home on February 3. Nominations were received for officers for the ensuing year.

Will Repair Guide Hut at Pike Lake The January meeting of the Girl Guide Association had a full agenda. It was reported that the money from the successful rummage sale has been set aside for repair work to be done on the Guide camp hut at Pike Lake. A Guide and! Brownie rally will be held during February in connection with the Guide Thinking Day. A Guide company is to be formed to meet in the Mayfair Community Hall. This is an old company which can function again now that there is a place to meet.

The first meeting will be Monday, January 9. A Brownie pack is to be formed at the Trinity Lutheran Church and also at St. Paul's Lutheran Church in the next few weeks. The provincial office has asked for full discussion of the McNab Shield competition by the association members and this will take place at the Fedruary meeting. Engagements Mr.

and Mrs. Frank A. McGill, Saskatoon, the engagement of daughter, Phyllis Elaine, to John Peter Kachur, son of Mr. and Mrs. J.

Kachur of Sutherland. The wedding to take place Saturday, January 28, at 5, p.m., in Knox United Church. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar McMahon of Waitville, wish to announce the engagement of their eldest daughter, Louise Marguerite Haltet, eldest son of Mr.

and Mrs. E. D. Haltet of Perdue. The wedding to take place February 1 at Knox United Church in Saskatoon.

Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Thokle announce the engagement of their daughter, Elaine Sophia, to Lloyd Glen, son of Mr.

and Mrs. W. R. Turner, Wedding to take place January 16. Odds are 20 to 1 that a child's speech will be normal.

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MILLIE O'BRIEN Proprietress BISHOP'S SALON BEAUTY AIR-CONDITIONED FOR YOUR COMFORT Downstairs--Elite Cafe Block New Low Prices on NYLON HOSIERY Effective immediately, Cinderella Shop has reduced all hosiery to the new -advertised prices. 42 Gauge. Formerly $1.40. Now $1.35 45 Gauge. Formerly $1.65.

Now $1.60 51 Gauge, 30 Denier. Formerly $1.85. Now $1.75 51 Gauge, 15 Denier. Formerly $2.25. Now $1.95 60 Gauge, 15 Denier.

Formerly $2.50. Now $2.25 In Saskatoon It's Cinderella for Hosiery The Largest and Finest Stock in Western Canada Truly the choice of Canada's best and foremost nationallyadvertised lines of hosiery. KAYSER ORIENT GOTHAM SUPERSILK PHANTOM to Extra All Cinderella Short, Mids, Sizes Long and SHOP Long STYLE 179 Second Avenue, South "Where Smart Young Women Shop" calendar 1 notices must be phoned in the mornings--not afternoons or evening. Despite the number of reports that appear, there must be a social and personal column so the press conveners can lend a helping hand to the women's page by sending in social notes as well as accounts. Tips on -town guests, travellers.

and social activities will be much appreciated. City Park Collegiate May Organize H.S.A. A meeting will be held in City Park Collegiate at 8 o'clock Werlnesday evening, in connection with forming a Home and Schocl Association. Mr. J.

R. MacKay, principal of Bedford Collegiate, will speak on what a Home and School Assohas meant to Bedford Collegiate; Mr. D. Hill, first vice- I president, Nutana Home and School Association, will explain how it operates in a high school. Mrs.

Spicer, regional director of extension, will Home and School. All parents and interested friends are asked to attend. Women's Maple Leaf Unit 287, Army, Navy and Air Force Veterans, will meet at 8 o'clock Monday evening in the clubrooms. All members are urged to attend. and newcomers will be welcome.

No. 7 Nursing Division will meet at 7.45 o'clock Tuesday evening with Miss Kitto, Baldwin Hotel, to sign annual returns. Members are asked to membership books. Ladies' Society, B. of L.F.

and Lodge 415, will entertain veterans at 8 o'clock Tuesday evening, at the C.N.R.A. Hall. Fortnightly Club will meet Monday evening with Mrs. E. 5.

Andrews, 241 Eleventh Street. Ladies' Auxiliary, Canadian Legion, B.E.S.L. No. 63 annual meeting at 2.30 o'clock Monday afternoon in the Legion Lounge. C.

N. R. Ladies' Afternoon Bowling Club will begin play at o'clock Monday. North West Circle, St. George's Church, will meet at 3 o'clock Tuesday with Mrs.

J. Jones, 313 Avenue south. Members of Edith Cavell Nursing Division will meet at 8 o'clock Wednesday evening in the new ambulance room at Second Avenue, south, Cahill Block (downstairs), Holy Trinity Mothers' Union has postponed its meeting until further notice. Monthly meeting of the Actlettes will be held at 8:15 o'clock on Monday evening in the Y.W.C.A. Pythian Sisters will meet at 8 o'clock Monday evening in the lower 1.0.0.F.

hall. Murray Circle, Knox W.A., will meet at 3 o'clock Tuesday with Mrs. W. P. Fraser and Mrs.

Wilson, 1021 College Drive. Riversdale Unit, St. Andrew's Church, will meet at 3 o'clock Tuesday with Mrs. I. Tillman, Twelfth Street.

Kum-o-vah Association, St. Thomas- Church, will meet at 9 o'clock Tuesday with Mrs. H. Mirtle, 319 Avenue north. Lodge Kingswood will meet at 8 o'clock Wednesday in the S.0.E.

hall. Installation of officers. City Park Circle of Miriam Rebekah Lodge will meet Monday evening with Mrs. E. L.

Ahrens, 728 Fourth Avenue, Cosmopals, will meet at 8.15 o'clock Tuesday evening at the Success Business College. This will be election night MONDAY and TUESDAY Extra Specials are offered at Blanche Buchanan If You Have Already Visited Our Super Clearance Sale IT WILL PAY YOU TO COME AGAIN One Complete Group of One Group of Larger Better WOMEN'S SILK DRESSES DRESSES as well as Beautiful wools and silks. Tailored Casual All colors and sizes. Priced Wools Ridiculously Low Selling at Very Special Prices. IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF A Beautiful Winter Coat this is certainly the time to buy.

Blanche Buchanan's are putting on all their coats by MANGONE POSLUNS LANGBURNE All the Better Makers Priced So Low You Can Afford the Best There are so many items we cannot list them all. Come in and see for yourself the many outstanding values, Blanche Buchanan 154 Second Avenue, South.

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