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SISKSTOOV BTVR FHOKMT, IIBMT, MIT I. Tk Cl BIX l.l(kl WINNKR Margaret Red I. Eighth avenue north, was luiky winnei ot the doll, spun sored by Airs. Salmon's circle the St. Mary's t'hureh.
Women Page Wednesday Morning Special THE CALENDAR Xo. 63 Nursing Division will I Sunshine circle. All Saints' meet at 8 o'clock Wednesday, in Church, will meet at 2.30 oclock Victoria school. Thursday with Mrs. Russell.
St. Mark. WJU 111 meet at'1206 Coy avenue' 2.30 oclock Wednesday, in the1 Executive members of the hall. Westmount Home and School act as hostesses at the pre- HaUlSn Ln tC hool tea to be held at 2.15 Sureh. Sutherland.
Hl mtat 0-clock Wednesday in the school 3 clock Wednesday with Mrs auditorium mothers and chil. Costain. tiren of the district, commencing Mrs. Lanceficlds sewing group either kindergarten or grade I will meet at 2 oclock Thursday this fall, are invited to attend, afternoon, at Kilburn hall. Augustana Lutheran ladies' aid at Stephensons Shoes OVAL SALE Mrs.
F. C. Middleton Re-elected Guide Association President Mrs. F. C.
Middleton. Regina, missioner of the Moose Jaw divi-was re-elected president of the sion and district commissioners. Saskatchewan Council of the Girl Mrs. J. S.
Marquis, Mrs. Buchbach Guides Association at a meeting and Mrs. W. S. Hamilton.
Divi- at Regina College in connection sional commissioner chosen for with the two-day annual confer-J Saskatoon was Mrs. L. C. Filby ence of the association held in with district commissioners, Mrs Regina. jC A.
Stacey and Mrs. L. A. R. Mrs.
J. M. Lhrtch was appoint-Anderson, ed honorary president. Honorary Prince Albert division com vice-presidents named were Mrs. missioner was Mrs.
C. C. Riach T. C. Douglas, Mrs.
A. P. McNab and district commissioners, Mys and Mrs. F. B.
dagshaw. s. Bonning and Miss Elsie Other officers chosen included: Mrs. J. S.
Thomson, Saskatoon, deputy provincial commissioner Mrs. T. G. Tyrer, Regina, chairman; Mrs. R.
A. Schmidt, Regina, secretary; Mrs. Sneath, Regina, treasurer; Mrs. E. I.
Vickers, Moose Jaw, public relations officer; Mrs. D. C. Hart. Regina international Mrs.
S. Living-tone, Regina. Me- rs S. J. Moore was chosen Nab shield convener: Mrs.
C. k. 'district commissioner for Foam Buchbach, Moose Jaw. camp ad-1 e-, H. Burton was 1 I al of nrl UrtCrttAiim rlivtei am onm.
elected Rosetown division Trinity Lutheran W.M.S. will evening in the DOORS OPEN A.M. meet Thursday Oak Room. 250 PAIRS LADIES SHOES will meet at 3 oclock Thursday, with Mrs. Linder Carlson, 123 Ninth street.
Undenominational Mission circle, will meet at 2.30 oclock Wednesday, with Mrs. McClelland, 107 Travellers Block. Any one interested in missions will be welcomed. Central circle, St. Johns Cathedral guild, will meet at 2.30 oclock Thursday, with Mrs Mayne, 727 Sixth avenue, north Mrs.
Cooks circle, Second Street United Church, will meet Ladies society. No. 415, B. of L.F. and will meet at 8 oclock Wednesday in the I.O.O.F.
hall. Queen Esther Rebeknh degree staff will practice at 7.30 oclock Wednesday evening. St. Matthews Senior W.A. group, will meet at 3 o'clock Wednesday, with Mrs.
B. Gillam, Sutherland. Annual church supper at Emmanuel Baptist Church will be LOAFERS CASUALS PUMPS SANDALS com missioner. Biggar division com-J. Ruther- was rs held Wednesday evening, at the! at 2.30 oclock Wednesday, with These are shoes taken from our regular stink and are really wonderful value.
Sizes to 9. widths AA to C. Regular values to 80.85. Clearing Wednesday morning at Gurnan, 2126 Franklin Mrs. C.
avenue. Tourney Club 1.95 NO REFUNDS NO EXCHANGES ALL SALES FINAL MR. AND MRS. V. A.
PASSET who exchanged marriage vows at a ceremony In St, Thomas-Wesley United Church, performed by the Rev. R. W. K. Elliott.
The bride, the former Florence Gwendolyn Wright, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Wright, and the bridegroom, Vernon Arthur Passet, is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
A. Passet, all of Saskatoon. Attendants were Mrs. J. Peltier and Mr.
Bill Pickett. A reception followed at the King George hotel. The couple will make their home here. church, beginning at 6.39 oclock not 5.45 as previously announced. Caswell Hill circle.
Queen Esther Rebekah Lodge, will meet Thursday with Mrs. J. Ross, 601 Twenty-ninth street, west. Xu tana circle, Zion Lutheran Church, will meet at 2.30 oclock Wednesday, with Mrs. John Frostad, 509 Third street, east.
East lake unit, St. Andrews women's league, will meet at 3 oclock Wednesday, with Mrs. R. Downey, 1013 Eastlake avenue. Overseas Wives Club will meet STEPHENSON'S SHOES viser, and Mrs.
A. 1. Wood, Saskatoon, diplomaed guider. Two new representatives were; Jnisloner elected to the Canadian council, rcl of the Girl Guides, Mrs. T.
G. Tyrer, Regina, and Mrs. C. C. Riach, Prince Albert.
The annual meeting in 1949 will be held at Saskatoon, it was decided, the cate to be set later by the executive. Mrs. Middleton in the commissioners closing remarks thanked all guiders for the excellent work done during the past year. Delegates to the convention were shown a demonstration of formation and signalling in which the Regina Sea Rangers took part In the gymnasium at Regina College. Others named to the executive were: Mrs.
W. Fraser Smith, Regina; Mrs. C. Hay, Regina; Mrs. H.
C. Andrew's, Moose Jaw: Mrs. F. Guppy, Saskatoon; Mrs. F.
Moore, Swift Current; Mrs. A. N. Hardy. Regina: Mrs.
N. J. Fallows, Regina- Mrs. Alex Hill, Re Golf Al Citv Preparations are made for the 18th tournament to be held branch, Ladies Golf Union. Will take place this year the week of August 2 at the Saskatoon Golf and Country Club and committees are being set up arrange the many details necessary for play and for entertainment.
This years officers Honorary president, Boyle, Regina; president, Trotter, Saskatoon; 11 Canadian Delegates To World Conference TORONTO, May 18 (CP). Dorothy Hooper, executive secretary of the Canadian Council of the Girl Guide Association, has announced that 11 Canadian delegates and observers will attend the 12th world conference of Girl Guides and Scouts at Coop-erstown, N.Y., August 13 to 23 inclusive. Delegates are Mrs. W. -Ranking Nesbitt of Toronto and Mr3.
S. H. Gandier of Edmonton. Observers include Mrs. Alan Mor-kill, Victoria.
1 150 Second Avenue. North Social and Personal already being annual golf by the Saskatchewan Canadian It to include: Mrs. Wilf Mrs. A. fORE than 200 guests called JLARLY 300 guests attended 7 45 oclock Thursday at the and enjoyed a cup of tea Sat- the reception held Monday yWCA Members are reminded urday when St.Johns Cathedral evening in the ballroom at The to bring donations for parcels for Britain Guild held its annual spring tea at the Hudsons Bay auditorium.
Receiving the guests were Mrs Bessborough when the Saska tocn Hotels Association and the directors of the provincial or- Vern Dallin and Mrs. Gordon ganization entertained in honor first vice gina; Mrs!" V. DaTlinrSaskatoon; president, Mrs. Harry Slack, Re- in' cnrrnn XMootirocirlnnr Mre Mrs. H.
J. Brankin, Regina. gina; second vice-president, Mrs Mrs. V. Black was named com- You Cant Argue Umpire u'ilh an Y.W.
Club, Mayfair Church, -will meet at 8 oclock Wednesday evening in the church. City Park circle. St. Andrews Church, will meet at 3 oclock Thursday, with Mrs. Bennett, 417 Fifth avenue, north.
Bedford Road circle, St. Thom-as-Wesley W.A., will meet Thursday afternoon with Mrs. G. New sham, 515 Avenue north. Heather Unit, St.
Andrews Church, will meet with Mrs. C. Gryte, 702 Sixth avenue, with Mrs. J. Phillips as assisting hostess.
Caswell circle, Third Avenue W.A., will meet at 3 oclock! Thursday with Mrs. Wagar, 713 Avenue north. Victoria Park circle, St. Thom-; as-Wesley W.A., will meet at 3 oclock Thursday with Mrs. George Elliott, 523 Avenue south.
South East circle, St. Georges W.A., will meet at 3 oclock Thursday with Mrs. R. H. Hunter, 308 London block.
C.B. of R.E. ladies auxiliary, No. 20, will hold a special meeting at 8 oclock Thursday with Mrs. Armstrong, ,121 Maple street.
All members are asked to attend. and you wont win any arguments with MOSQUITOES if you dont do something about it RIGHT NOW! Sanford while Mrs. A. P. Waldron had charge of the register.
Mrs. W. A. Pryor and Mrs. A.
E. Miles looked after the tea arrangements and invited to perform the honors were Mrs. S. C. Steer, Mrs.
C. W. Downer, Mrs. D. F.
Beattie, Mrs. R. Man-waring, Mrs. P. H.
Jordan and Mrs. H. Bowles. A beautiful bouquet of mixed spring flowers centred the lace-draped tea table and small tables at each corner of the room assisted the serviteurs who included: Mesdames T. R.
Henry, G. Bergstron, A. Johnston, H. Hardy, S. E.
Bushe, Scaife, W. E. Gray, J. Scanlan, W. Corbin, Humphrys, L.
Barra-cleugh, M. Vaxvick, C. Ayton, I. Teel, M. Cheetham, J.
Miller, E. Avant and the Misses Patricia Carr, Jane Warner and Marilyn Miles. Homemade garments for children and a display of cookery added interest to the occasion. Miss Eunice Bell, May bride-elect, was pleasantly surprised one evening recently, when a miscellaneous shower was held in her honor. Many useful gifts were presented to the bride-to-be from the following guests; Mesdames H.
Laing, J. I. Klas-sen, W. Gagnon, M. Whyte, M.
Farmer, J. Kolb, J. Tobin, E. Hufsmith, E. Gilbert, H.
Bell, W. P. Long and F. Roesch. A get-together surprise party was held at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. R. Tevendale Saturday eve- of the visiting delegates. Acting as hostesses throughout the evening were Mrs. George Grant of Regina, Mrs.
Vic Colleaux, Mrs. Harry Haskamp and Mrs, R. A. Hosie of Saskatoon. Mrs.
A. L. Caldwell left for Toronto and Ottawa and during her stay in the east will attend the annual meeting of the National Council of Women. Mr. and Mrs.
James Soare and son, Jack, of Prince Albert, were recent visitors in the city. Mr. Bill Sanders has returned from a short visit to Pasadena and El Monte, California. While in El Monte he was the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Warren Brans-by. Misses Cernia Bragg and Wilma Wilson, brides- elect, were guests of honor Sunday morning when the Stagette Club met for breakfast at The Bessborough. The table was colorful with vases of yellow tulips and dainty place cards. The honored guests were presented with corsages of roses. Miss Verna Orm-son, president, outlined briefly the valuable work done by the twh comparatively new members.
The honored guests accepted the traditional gift of silver and the best wishes of the club. Those present included: Misses Verna Ormson, Wilma Wilson. Cernia Bragg, Betty McLeod, Marj. Cawsey, Arlene Bax- C. W.
Johnstone, Prince Albert; secretary-treasurer, Mrs. A. McLaren, Saskatoon; handicap manager for the north, Mrs. C. Walton, Saskatoon; for the south.
Mrs. J. Reibling, Regina; pars convener for north, Mrs. C. R.
Spooner, Saskatoon: for the south, Mrs. Knight Wilson, Regina; interprovincial team chairman, Mrs. R. S. Rideout, Regina.
Jr. Red Cross Rally Friday A Junior Red Cross conference will be held from 2 to 4 oclock Friday afternoon in 'Victoria school auditorium when Miss M. C. Story, provincial director from Regina, will be present to tell something of the work through out Saskatchewan. Mr.
W. J. Y'oung will bring greeting from the senior Red Cross and there will be singing games and a special feature, Red Cross Hears From Many Lands, when little folk in national costume will enact Red Cross activities. Each city school will have delegates in attendance and it is expected there will be 54 pupils from outside districts. If keeping Saskatoon free from mosquitoes means anything to you send in your donation now to the Junior Chamber of Commerce, The Bessborough, Saskatoon.
Its easy to see in this BEFORE and AFTER demonstration how Important it is you send your furs to YAEGERS for a rejuvenation treatment. Do it now. 0 or Wh iw. 1 If powonal deintlooili LMth. creamy vlreMvor irrlreia my kxely tafa la Ilia maU daHtata fabric TWO BETS EOLLS A MILLION University circle, Order of Eastern Star, will meet at 3 oclock Wednesday with Mrs.
J. MacFarlane, 1009 Aird street. Mrs. F. A.
Stebbings will be assisting hostess. HERES WHAT WE DO FOR YOUR FURS Cleaned scientifically before storing. Stored safely from itioths, fire and theft in controlled frigid vaults that keep the pelts fresh. Torn loops, buttons, hooks and rings replaced. Repairs or restyling by famous fur specialists.
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Sold Drug Cosmetic Counters lit, 3 ft, S9t Approved Soft for fabric. See Furs Where Your Are Stored STORAGE lUdinDI FURS-Lfl DICS We welcome an inspection of our vault at any time. RESTYLE AND STORE YOUR FURS AT Committee for C.V.T. Dressmaking Course At a recent meeting of the advisory committee for the Canadian Vocational Training dressmaking course, Saskatoon, Miss M. Robertson, Saskatoon, was elected chairman, replacing Miss E.
McPhee, Department of Veterans Affairs. New members of the committee are: Miss J. Mc-Cubbing and Mrs. E. Chapp.
This training has been a popular choice of ex-service girls as part of their rehabilitation and is now open to non-service women selected by National Em-playment Service. The course for non-service trainees has recently been extended to eight months. Non-service women interested in this course should correspond with their nearest National Employment Service office. TaUwhite tapers lighted ter Betty Brander. Bea Bald- win, Marj.
Gartry, Vin. Gordon, Alice Holtet, Teresa Hussey, Jessie McKay, Helen McCallum, Marg. Kennedy, Jessie Kerr, Meg. Marshall, Eleanor Scheldt, Louise Scheidt, Edna Loveridge. Shirley Sneddon, Jean Tarbet, Irene Eull, Loreen Wells, May Worboys, Adelaide Thomson, Mrs.
Erie Cunningham, Mrs. J. Irwin, Mrs. Phyllis Deane, Mrs. Lil.
McQuarrie, Mrs. Gladys Smith, Mrs. Gordon Hillyard and Mrs. D. Koyle.
Mrs. D. R. Miller entertained at the tea hour Monday afternoon when Mrs. Douglas Cavers presided over the teacups and Mrs.
G. Salisbury and Mrs. O. Carnahan assisted with the serving. Mr.
and Mrs. Hugh Thompson and Don, spent a few days visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Jones, in Regina. Election Of New Officers the lace-draped table, with its effective mirror centrepiece. Mrs. M. A.
Weicker, presided over the coffee cups, and Mrs. W. J. Johnston assisted in serving. Guests were Mr.
and Mrs. A. J. Ryan, Mr. and Mrs.
E. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. W. J.
Johnston, Mr and Mrs. Ben Revering, Mr. and Mrs. M. A.
Weicker, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. H. O.
Wright aie home after a month spent in eastern Canada. At the close of the regulai service in Mayfair United church Sunday evening Miss Bernice Beatty, junior choir or ganist and assistant church organist, was the recipient of love ly gifts from the congregation and its organizations. The gift from the congregation was presented by Mr. A. Babcock and on behalf of the junior choir and the junior congregation by Miss Verna Breese and Mr.
Fred Routley. Miss Beatty, whose marriage takes place shortly, will be making her home in BC. Mrs. Gordon Cherry, who has left for the east, was the guest of honor recently at a dinner party given by the Tuesday Talkers club. The dinner was held at the home of Mrs.
Rich Blaney where gay knitted place-card favors decorated the table Mrs. Cherry was presented with a gift by those present who were: Mesdames G. Burden, R. Blaney and L. Steen; Misses A.
Anton, E. Robinson, M. Peeling, E. Shelly and N. Robinson.
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Malloy: past president, Mrs. E. Kreutzweiser; president, Mrs. E. Gilbert; first vice-president, Mrs.
M. P. Hayes second vice-president. Mrs. Lehman: secretary, Mrs.
H. C. Kerr; treasurer, Mrs. M. J.
Telfer. Conveners are: Social, Mrs. A M. Folk; ways and means, Mrs. L.
Alford; membership, Mrs. B. Beaubier; program, Mrs. H. Gillies; bulletin, Mrs.
N. Chase; press reporter, Irene Eull. The parents attendance award went to the Grade 5 class. Mrs. W.
B. McLellan was chosen to represent the club at the Saskatchewan Federation of Home and School convention, in Regina, May 20 and 21. Plans were made for June activities: First communicants breakfast, annual school picnic treat, and graduates banquet Annual reports read by mem bers of the executive, Indicated a successful and active year. Rev. Father Malloy thanked the retiring executive 'for then ceaseless efforts and encouraged the new executive to continue to expand and strive for even higher goals.
Is There a Bright Future Here for Your Clothes That Have a Past: Motorcycle fans were guests of the Weenk brothers at a welner roast, held at Beaver Creek Saturday evening, to cel ebrate the beginning of the motorcycle season. A pretty bouquet of spring flowers centred the table when the Cosmopals held their spring tea recently in the auditorium of the Hudsons Bay store. The conveners of this successful af-1 fair, Mrs. Lovell Smith and Mrs 'jack Morrison, welcomed the many guests and Mrs. A.
Stark and Mrs. P. Green presided at the register. The honors at the candlelit table were performed by Mrs. A.
W. Macpherson, Mrs S. N. MacEachern, Mrs. E.
FJach and Mrs. T. Early, members oi the club assisting with the serving. The door prize was won by Mrs. C.
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