Star-Phoenix from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada on July 14, 1951 · 8
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Star-Phoenix from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada · 8

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
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Saturday, July 14, 1951
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I no ikii 1 5 IlnkATOOV kTlINOLMI, ilTlKDIT. Jl If II, 1M1 Liltle-Nagle Vows at St. Josephs Brown-Cowan Neidyicetls Cj a -f P f Summer Blossomg Decorate Church nASKETS and dusters of color ful peonies, gladioli and car nations amidst green fern an foliage formed an attractive set for the double-ring ceremony of Margaret Ellen, daughter of Dr. I'. B, Nagle and Mrs. Nagle, and William Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs. V. S. Little, all it Saskatoon. The marriage was solemnized m St. Josephs Churcii by the Itev. Father J. P. Michael. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore an cirig-Inal model from Newj York of H-e-blue chantilly lace over satin In ballet length with scalloped low neckline and hemline edged in lace, and hly point sleeves. Her chapel ved of illusion net was fastened to her Juliet cap by a row of seed pearls. Her slippers were also of ice-blue satin. She carried a colonial bouquet of Sweetheart roses and stephanotis trimmed with queens blue velvet ribbon streamers. The Misses Madeline and Anne Nagle, sisters of the bride, as bridesmaids, wore pale yellow and green nylon marquisette ballet-length gowns, fashioned with scalloped necklines. Their colonial bouquets of roses, carnations and gladioli were of blending shades of yellow and rose. Little Katheline Nagle, niece of the bride, as flower girl, was drpssed in a long frock f blue taffeta, with petpr pan collar and full tucked skirt.. Her bouquet, a miniature of the brides, was of loses and stephanotis. Her blond curls were caught up in blue velvet ribbon trimmed with rosebuds. . The groom was attended byhis brother, Mr. Jack Little, and the ushers were Messrs. Sars Nagle. George Parker and Michael Nagle. Mr. Gene Phillips was soloist, accompanied at the organ by his wife. Following the ceremony the bridal party and parents of the bride and groom received the guests at the Nagle home. Mrs. Nagle chose for the occasion a dress of beige linen comnlement-rd with accessories of cocoa-brown and a corsage of Talisman roses. Mrs. Little wore a MR. AND MRS. W. H. LITTLE Herman Barrett f for Ladles' Haircutting Permanent Waves Paramount Beauty Shop 215 23rd St.E Phone 5403 tiOTKi Barbara Barr ft la now alao aaao elated with tha paramount Beauty Shop. gown of navy sheer with inserts of French lace and white and chartreuse accessories. Her corsage was of yellow tea roses. Mrs, T. H. Fleming, Mrs. E. J. Leicester, Mrs. W. B. Herringer (sister of the bride 1, and Mrs. C. T. Stanger presided at the tea table, which was centred with a three - tiered wedding cake trimmed with rosebuds and embedded in pastel sweet peas and maidens hair fern, ice-blue tapers completed the setting. Servi-teur3 were Mrs. T. II. Kinahan, Mrs. Booth, Mrs. P. Maguire, Mrs. Chapp, Misses Helen Lipka, (ora Grafham, Dorothy Dupuis, Louise Graf, Nelda Caplette of North Battleford. Mertis Graf, and Mrs. M. Dickey. Mrs. Paul Schwager and Mrs. E. E. Little looked after the guests in the living room. Father Michael proposed the toast to the bride and Mr, Jack Little a toast to the bridesmaids. For the wedding trip by motor to Lake Waskesiu the bride changed to a robins egg blue picolay suit with matching straw A GIFT to the BRIDE AND GROOM Serviettes that are Souvenirs." (Bride and grooms name in gold). Supplied for the reception, when you make your wedding appointment with Charmburys Studios Lid. D.C. Block. For the Best in Wedding Portraits. Tlione 43C7 hat and purse and navy accessories. The couple will be at home at 523 Eleventh Street, east, Saskatoon after July 15. Chess Master Weds Yo Mion TMS Permanent Wave BISHOPS COLD l $6.50 The latest in permanent waves and hair styles by professional operators. Our Water Is Softened Ml 2b-year-okl Winnipeg chess master, shown with his bride, the former Hilda Gutnick of Winnipeg. The couple was married July F. Yanofsky, four-time holder of the dominion chess title, expects to fnter tne Canadian chess championship at Vancouver August 2fi-Septcml)er 1. Honored for Long Service Twenty-six years as postmistress is the impressive record of Mrs. M. E. Atter recently honored with one of 12 25-year service badges at the 28th annual conference in Regina of the Saskatchewan branch of the Canadian Postmasters association. The late Mr. Atler opened Bjorkdale, Sask., first postal service in 1011 assisted by his wife. On the death of her husband this sfnall erect woman continued the duties she has handled with the aid of a part-time assistant for over a quarter of a century. In the 40 years the Atters have operated the post office, Mrs. Atter has seen the mail increase from half a dozen letters a week to a heavy twice-daily sorting. Other Saskatchewan postmistresses attending the convention included Mrs. S. McCurdy, Laura; Miss I. Gregg, Ilanlev; Miss M. Baird, Girvin; Mrs. D. Proctor, Shell Lake: Mrs. F. Wilhelm, Woodley; Miss M. Rornett, Ha-warden: Mrs. M. Itaden, Flin toft; Mrs. M. Wyatt, Glaslyn; Miss V. Ilayter, Borden; Mrs. K. McHugh, Mistatim; Mrs. Beatrice Smith, Semans, G. II. .IOXG 30 years experience to Cn nude. nilNKSK HERB REMEDIES fr ifnmurh, blmlcW, fall, aiihjr, nervom anti skin tmiibl 17 im Hi.. Fast Calgary, Alla. SOFT-WATER SHAMPOO AND FINGER WAVE SI BISHOPS Beauty Salon Alr-Condlt lonrtl by Refrigeration Elite Cafe Block (Downstairs) PHONE 4020 FIVE ONLY FACTORY SAMPLES l-Piecc Sectional Chesterfield Suites MODERN AS TOMORROW Top-grade mohairs and tapestries with blonde woodwork. BF.GIT.AU 'RETAIL CLEARANCE: Four Piece VALUE Cl CO Rfl Four riece . . $2W.oo IJwiJU Terras PEERLESS DISTRIBUTORS LTD. rhone KXUO t Duchess Ulreet WVsKYTOOV T. J. SMITH Optometrist 210 Canada Building Phono 22850 CONTACT LENSES Nuptial Vows Btfore an altar banked with bouquets of pir.k and w bite jieomes, CLur Cowan and John Brown, both of Saskatoon, were united in marriage in a doublering ceremony informed by Rev. J. E. Jones in Yorkion. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. W. J. Cowan of Yorkton and the late Mr. Cowan and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. F. Brown of Swift Current. Given in marriage by her eld- j et brother. Ian, the bride wore a regal dress fashioned from champagne colored Parisian lace over satin. Double rows of deep French tulle enhanced the bottom of the full skirt. Elbow length tulle drifted from a Queen Ann headdress trimmed with dainty sprays of lily of the valley. The bridal bouquet was fashioned of mauve orchids, nestled on a matching muff. I Mrs. Ian Wilson of Saskatoon attended the bride as matron ofi honor and was attired in aj mauve nylon net gown, featur-j ing lace insets on the full skirt! and bodice. The bertha cape and elbow length mittens were of matching net, as was the headdress. She carried a colonial bouquet of w-hite glads and pink roses. Attending the groom was Ian Wilson of Saskatoon and ushering the guests to the pews marked with dainty nosegays of roses and sliver ribbon wrere the brides two brothers, Bruce and Jim Cowan. Mrs. Cowan chose for her daughters wedding a powder blue afternoon dress with lace trimmed peplum. A clip-on hat fashioned of pastel flowers and plastic straw, and a shoulder corsage of roses complemented her ensemble. The grooms mother wore a two piece afternoon frock of taupe crepe, close fitting brown hat with satin trim and a corsage of roses. More than 50 guests attended a reception held at the home of the brides mother. For a going away outfit the bride chose a suit of soft grey complemented with mauve and brown accessories and a corsage of mauve orchids. The bridal couple left for a honeymoon at Clear Water Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Brown will reside in Saskatoon, The bride is a graduate of the City Hospital school of nursing, class 47 and the groom is a graduate of the College of Engineering, University of Saskatchewan, class of 50. f SIMONS KOLSTAD A wedding took plte recently in Saskatoon, when the Reverend A. Goos united in marriage, Audrey Estelle, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. A. Kolstad of Saskatoon, with Harold (Hal) Simons, son of Mr. and Mrs. 6. A. Simons, of Edmonton. The bride was attired in a white linen suit, wearing a corsage of red roses. She wasa attended by her sister, Mrs. Nonna Nt'lson, who wore a pink gabardine suit with a corsage of pink carnations. Mr, Cliff Kolstad, brother of the bride, was the grooms best man. A reception followed at The Carry banquet room. Out of town guests included Mr. and Mrs. X Kolstad, Big-gar; Mr. Emil Kolstad, Moose Jaw; Mr. Herman Nelson, Miss Doreen Gorley, both of Regina; Mr. and Jdrs. H. M. Hanson, Colonsay; Miss Evelyn Swan, North Battleford; and Mr. Bert Korber. The couple is at present re' siding in North Battleford. Engagements Mr. and Mrs. P. K. Peters, Rosthern, announce the engagement of their daughter, Elsie Helen, to Cornelius (Con), son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Goerzen, Saskatoon. Wedding to take place August 4 in the First Mennonite Church, Saskatoon. Mr. and Mrs. R. Skinner of Saskatoon announce the engagement of their eldest daughter. Margaret Kay, to Clarence Longworth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Longworth of Bents. The wedding to be announced later. Mr. and Kirs. W. Zemosukoff of Dalmeny announce the engagement of their second daughter, Olga, to Mr. Leo Ashby, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Ashby of Prince Albert. The wedding will take place at St. Paul's Cathedral on August 25th. Mr. and Mrs. J I. J. Peterson announce the engagement of their eldest daughter, Lillian Jeanette, to Stewart Malcolm, youngest son of Mrs. O. J. Elder, Vermilion, Alberta, and the late Mr. Elder of Saskatoon. The wedding will take place at Zion Lutheran Church, Rose Valley, Sask., on July 25th at 3.30 pm. Mr. and Mrs. William Raw-lyck announce the engagement, of their daughter, Sylvia, to Michael Sorochka, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sorochka of Frelate. The wedding will take place In Saskatoon Saturday, August 11th. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Wald-ner of Iaingham announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Linda, to Wilfred Stor-vik. son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Storvlk of Raw If, Alta. The wed-ding will take place on July 28. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Spcikcn announce the engagement of thrlr daughter, Rosemary, to Joseph Patrick Campbell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Camplxll. The marriage to take place on August 9, at St. Joseph's Church. i -i 2 - r BISHOP BANS CANDY Manchester: n.h. up) - In an effort to combat tooth decay among pupils. Bishop Mat SIMMER m.KRT About the summer des-thew F. Brady has asked all par- sert yet invented is as easy as chial schools in New Hampshire to halt the tale of candy. thir Fill the Cavity of a well chilled cantaloupe half with firm di.illa ne cream Cover the ice cream liberally with cru-hed red raspberries and serve amid cheers. :A1! nillllll!llllllll!ll!lllll!lllll!llll!IIIII!lll!llll!ll!l!l!IIIIIIIIIIIII!!llll'l!!llllllll!l!llllll!!IIIIII!lllll!ll!!!!!l!l!!!ll!!!ni'IIIIIII 4' -. A MR. AND MRS. E. I. SIM. MACH A wedding was solemnized in; Kerrobert United Church whenj Florence Alice, formerly of Sas-j katoon, daughter of Mr., and Mrs. F. J. Norris, Broadacres, became the bride of Edward Ivan, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Summach, Delisle. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. J. Ferry. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of lace over satin with drop yoke. Her fingertip veil was held in place by a coronet of orange blossoms and she carried a bouquet of red roses. Her attendants, Miss Eva Norris, as bridesmaid wore blue net and lace over taffeta, and Mrs. Marvin Wright wore blue net and brocaded taffeta, with matching hair bands of flowers and net, and they carried bouquets of yellow and pink carnations. Mr. Harold Summach, brother of th8 groom was best man. Ushers were Mr. Fred Summach and Mr. Earl Norris. Miss Florence Smith was soloist with Miss Barbara Shields at the organ. The brides mother wore a dress of navy faille with grey accessories, and the grooms mother appeared in a grey ensemble. For their trip to Banff and Jasper the bride chose a grey and navy suit, with navy and white accessories. On their return the couple will reside at 517 Avenue II south in Saskatoon. mtj Ywi RECORDED? TUDIOS J PU0NI 6631 Gift to the Bride and Groom Nutana Dry Cleaners We Are Having A General Clearance Sale and WIIAT A SALE! Out Go Dresses! , One Group of 150 Dresses Selling at a fraction of their former price. Remember these are fresh, up-to-date style. 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