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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - March 9, 1944, Winnipeg, ManitobaPage ten Winnipeg free press thursday March Marion Jean Heaslip weds Lieut. J. P. Rea at Calgary in a setting of ferns and standards of Spring blossoms at St. Stephen s anglican Church Calgary the wedding of Marion Jeari elder daughter of or. And mrs. Herbert w. Heaslip of Winnipeg to Lieut. James. Percival Rea Canadian army son of mrs. Florence Rea of Calgary was solemnized March 3. Canon w. E. Jackson conducted the ceremony. The wedding music was played by Thomas Jenkins and during the signing of the Reg ister mrs. Ronald Packer Sang because. The Bride Given in marriage by Cousin. Flying officer Wil Liam h. Hurd. Wore a dressmaker suit in tones of Brown and Bronze the Back showing trap unto work. Her hat was a Brown Model with Spring clothes repaired bring them to our Cen trally located downtown Plant for attention or phone 26 361 modern laundry 309 Harcrave St. Lust North of Portage cowl Veile of Bronze. She carried a White prayer Book the gift of grandmother mrs. W. H. Sparl ing of Montreal and she wore Tawny orchids. Mrs. C. L. Mcpherson was Matron of Honor wearing a Turquoise Blue Tailleur and a Vari toned Sailor hat with Blue cowl veil. She wore Talisman roses. Leading aircraft Man George Downing Rea. . Was groomsman to his brother and Wil Liam Shortt and Keith Mcpherson were Ushers. A reception and Buffet luncheon was held in the Spanish room of Palliser hotel where mrs. Heaslip and mrs. Rea received with the Young couple and their attendants in a Bower of greenery end Spring Flowers. Lieut and mrs. Rea left for .A.F. where they will spend n Short honeymoon and will later return to Calgary to make their Home. Gilmour the marriage of Joan elder of or. And mrs. T. W. Gilmour. Hudson Bay Junction sask. To a. J. N. Johnston eldest son of or. And mrs. J. S. Johnston West Transcona. Was solemnized feb. 26. At 8 ., in Transcona Hudson Seal dyed Muskrat if you need a fur coat. Take care to get a Good fur coat buy now and save the women of Canada from the maritime to the West coast know that a Holt Renfrew fur coat is a coat of Superior Quality and is a furrier made coat. But Many of them May not know that judging Quality for Quality value for value the prices of . Furs defy underselling. The Coats Are classic in style and with an individuality which assures distinction. Every coat made in strict accordance with . S meticulous specifications and. Of course backed by the Holt Renfrew guarantee. Terms in accordance with wartime prices and Trade regulations. The is Short the need is give to the red Cross today Holt Renfrew at Carlton United Church Rev. H. Moore Ficia Ting. Mrs. W. F. Farmer pre sided at the Organ and during the signing of the Register. Miss Joyce Farmer Sang o Promise me. The Bride wore a Brown crepe suit with Matching hat. Her Cor Sage was of Talisman roses and Larkspur. Miss Nora Ann Johnston sister of the bridegroom was bridesmaid and she wore a Turquoise Wool suit with Brown hat and a Corsage of pastel roses and Larkspur. A. W. F. Johnston attended his brother. Ushers were fit. Sgt. A. E. Garner and l. F. Johnston a dinner was held at the Black Stone. Winnipeg for the immediate members of the family. Or. And mrs. Johnston left later Foi a Short honeymoon at North Bay ont. After which or. Johnston will re sume his duties with the . Wedding is held at Bride s Home the marriage of Martha Young est daughter or. And mrs. B. Hoving to Edmund o. Anderson second son of or. And mrs. O. Anderson took place at 7.30 ., March 4, at the Home of the Bride s parents in North Kildonan. Rev. P. V. Samson officiated. The Candle lit ceremony took place beneath an Arch decorated with Spring Flowers and ferns. The Bride wore an afternoon frock of White silk Jersey with shirred bodice and skirt. Her hat was an off the face Model of White Straw with Chin veil and Cor Sage was of red roses and Bou j Vardia. Miss Mary Hoving sister of the Bride was bridesmaid dressed in a printed silk Jersey with a Black hat. She wore a Corsage of Ohanna Hill roses. Lac. A. M. Anderson .a.f., attended his brother As Man. A reception was held at the hol land Canadian club. For going away the Bride wore an Aqua Blue Wool dressmaker suit and a Black hat. Or. And mrs. Anderson will reside in North Kildonan. Mrs. Tweed lauds leadership Given by prime minister King Liberal women of Canada May Well be proud of the Fine record of. Achievement of their government in Canada during these War years and take up the Challenge of opposition leaders whose Idle statements depreciate the War work and Post War planning of Hon. W. L. Mackenzie King and his so said mrs. S. C. Tweed of Ottawa vice president of the National Liberal association of Canada and director of women s activities when she addressed a luncheon meeting of officers and members of women s Liberal groups of Winnipeg wednesday at Morris. One out of town president mrs. C. T. Boyd of Gladstone Liberal study club attended. Mrs. C. Rhodes Smith was chair mrs. F. Hay Masson was elected senior counsellor for the ladies auxiliary 40 to the United commercial travellers at the annual meeting held saturday. Pc bridal Tea Honor for Grace Beavis mrs. A. Beavis Bollard Boulevard St Boniface entertained at Tea wednesday in Honor of sister in Law miss Grace Beavis whose wedding to Bert offer will take place March 11. Mrs. O. Mcmullen i and mrs. W. Drummond presided i Man welcoming the Many who attended. The speaker was Intro Ducco by mrs. J. W. Cadwell. In touching on what she called some of the vital questions connected with Liberal work mrs. Tweed praised the work of the Leader of the government and his Cabinet which though unprepared to carry on a War has successfully conducted Canada s War Effort abroad and on the Home front with Honor has set can Ada in a High place in the affairs of the world nations. We As liberals have maintained the truce Between parties but it can Only be maintained if both sides do so. Now we find we must get Back in our women s groups in political she said. She urged the Wisdom of having leaders which have carried the Over the Tea cups. The assistants land through a War being retained were mrs. C. Bullock and mrs. F. Beavis. To face the critical Post War period As safer than supporting either of two parties without men of sex is. Ronald Wilson ., Prience to Lead them and and mrs. Wilson Are residing in i party frankly the gov Brooklyn ., after their wed Ern ment has been accused of having Ding which took place in liver i no Post War plan Pool ., feb. 17. Mrs. Wilson was started a wee flavorful Chase sat born in flavor More canadians arc drinking flavor full Chase Sanborn than Ever before. Sales Are going up up up to make Home in Charleswood Spring Flowers and ferns formed the setting for the marriage of Doris Vivian elder daughter of or. And mrs. Sidney pickup to John Doug Las Hamill son of or. And mrs. W. B. Hamill in Broadway first Baptist Church March 4, at 4.30 Rev. Arnold Westcott performed the ceremony. The wedding music was played by John Leamen and during the signing of the Regis Ter miss Margaret Milne Sang where or you walk. The Bride chose a Turquoise crepe frock. The heart shaped brim of Matching hat was accented by a repetition of the pleated trim of of the dress. Her bouquet was of american Beauty roses. She Wes attended by sister kiss Elizabeth Jean pickup who wore Pale yellow crepe dress with Small Flower trimmed Matching hat. She carried Talisman roses and mauve tulips. William Smith was Best mar. And the Ushers were Ronald Cameron and John Grrenley. The reception was held at the Graystone arms. Or. And mrs. Hamill will reside in Charleswood. Reception for Ivo brides elect mrs. C. A. Thorne was a recep Tion hostess wednesday afternoon and again in the evening in Honor of daughter Evelyn Thorne and of miss Alice Rothney whose double wedding will be an event of saturday. Receiving with mrs. Thorne and the two brides elect were mrs. W. A. Rothney and mrs. J. Byers. Those presiding Over the Tea cups included mrs. E. Nix mrs. F. Glover. Mrs. N. R. Mackinnon mrs. W. Purdy mrs. J. Last mrs. E. K. Marshall mrs. B. F. Dixon. Mrs. A. Barnes mrs. A. Mills. Mrs. E. Wynne mrs. M. Page miss e. Booth. The group of assistants included mrs. G. Harris mrs. W. Steventon. Mrs. L. Paxton mrs. W. Be attic mrs. W. B. Mackinnon mrs. C. Sparling misses a. Wynne i. Barnes. J. Purely w. Bowser. D. Bain r. Byers. M. Marshall l. Robertson d. Swain r. Wallar m. Dixon and n. Forscy. Alex. Ramsay weds Wren in Halifax the marriage of Audrey Morri son . Youngest Daugh Ter of or. And mrs. Angus Morri son Glace Bay Nova Scotia and leading Coder Aix Ramsay . N.v.r., twin son of or. And mrs a. J. Ramsay of Winnipeg took place feb. 25 at . Dockyard Chapel Halifax Rev. M. Patterson performed the ceremony in a setting of lilies and tulips. The Bride Given in marriage by . Duff Csc of Montreal wore uniform and she carried a White prayer Book. Wren Lucy Mccaul of Toronto was the bridesmaid and Alex Pincombe . Was the Best Man. Following the ceremony the bridal couple departed for Glace Bay. . Where they spent a Short leave visiting the Bride s parents. Mother s Trousseau Tea honors Naida Moore mrs. J. Moore entertained at a Trousseau Tea wednesday afternoon and evening in Honor of Daugh i Ter Naida whose wedding to Fly j ing officer John Davidson Vaughan .a.f., will take place at 7 ., March 11, at Augustine Church. Pre siding Over the teacups were mrs. H. Asseltine mrs. Ellis Armstrong mrs. R. Murphy. Mrs. J. Laird and misses Murina Mclean. Avis keep and Ruth Buchanan. The group of assistants included mrs. J. Buchan an. Mrs. A. B. Buchanan mrs. B. Morrow mrs. S. Sparrow and miss Beatrice Green Izon. In Honor of miss Rhoda Hurrell. Whose wedding to John Mckeo will take place March 17. A group of business associates entertained at the Home of miss Thelma Teal. Downing Street wednesday eve Ning. A presentation made to the Bride a acct. Guests numbered 34. Or. And mrs. W. E. Donnelly will open the parsonage 96 Furby Street Friday afternoon and evening for the Supply and expense Lea of the woman s missionary society. The affair is open to All members of the congregation. Is the former Edith Irene Carlisle of Griswold Man., and is. Wilson is the son of or. And mrs. C. A. Wilson of , sask. Mrs. R. F. Mcwilliams returned tuesday to Winnipeg after a Short visit in Brandon and Regina. A. Alex Kusick .x.v.r., and mrs. Kusick Are residing in St. John s. Newfoundland. Their wedding took place in that City feb. 6 in St. Patrick s Catholic Church. Mrs. Kusick is the former Bride bound Ridge. Daughter of mrs. Patrick and the late or. Bound Ridge. Of St. John s. A. Kusick is the son of mrs. E. Kusick 505 William Avenue Winnipeg. Mrs. F. Mcdowell 188 Beaver Brook Street entertained tuesday evening at a miscellaneous Shower in Honor of miss Doris Gordon a Bride elect of March 11. A Corsage bouquet was presented to the Honor guest. A programme a week after War was declared she assured audience. Two committees were named one dealing with rehabilitation and this she said for both men and women of the services the second dealing with social Security. Speaking of the accusation made in the East that within the next month some worker s would be unemployed and looking for work she told of the recent closing of an Ottawa Plant and within three Days of 90 per cent of the worker transferred to new jobs. Canada s Industrial development is beyond comprehension to those not closely connected with it and with the opening of plants supplying peace Lime needs such As supplying Wash ing machines etc., employment will be switched from War to peace needs she said. The problem of the future of women in Industry she said is not to be rid of them but rather to keep them in it according to mrs. R. Eaton who she consulted in Ottawa. She told of an Appeal made by mrs. Eaton in Toronto recently for women workers. She briefly outlined the unemployment insurance scheme by which workers earning under Annu ally have set aside 180 million Dol Dars for their own Protection. She deprecated the idea that any organization could take on the Public health insurance scheme Success fully mentioning the Fine work of the victorian order of nurses but reminding listeners that it pro Vides just a bedside nursing service and could not give full medical ser vices such As is planned. She Felt unfair racial issues have seen raised in discussions of family allowances and dubbed it a National underwriting of Canada s youth to be conducted without affecting the Scales of minimum wages. International Trade she stressed As Paramount in Canada s after War period avid reminded that to develop this we must have the Confidence of the nations of the world in our government and leaders. Hon. W. L. Mackenzie King has that Confidence and is one of the world s greatest she added. The vote of thanks was voiced by mrs. Boyd of Gladstone. Following the address mrs. Smith with mrs. Stuart Garson and mrs. Tweed received informally when delegates from groups and members had an Opportunity of meeting the guest speaker. Manitoba music teachers association Winnipeg Branch will re place the March meeting with a concert when they will attend the recital of miss Thelma Johanes Saskatchewan pianist who with Frances Porte violinist and Cecelia Wale House accompanist will be resented thursday at 8.30 i music and arts recital Hill l he federation of music association. Have your Spring coat drapes dresses dyed now when our expert dyers can g each individual article personal attention. Henry s cleaners. Dyers launderers since 1900 i prefer paste for cleaning Rettic and Iasi than cake or powder cleansers Munnom a tar dust Bane limited Solo by your dealer Able Seaman and mrs. Bernard c. Strongman whose weeding took place in february in Victoria. B.c., have returned from their Honey Moon and arc residing at 2549 Vic Tor Street Victoria. Mrs Strong Man was formerly Mary Louise Heath of Victoria. Or. And mrs. A. W. Muldrew 010 Dorchester Avenue have received word that their son Pilot officer c. D. Muldrew arrived overseas. Lieut. Beverley Booth .e., and mrs. Booth have arrived from the East and Are guests of Lieut. Booth s Mother mrs. C. A. Booth 160 seven Oaks Avenue. About Wagstaffe marmalade has been a favorite since 19o6 there s an Art in making Good marmalade and once you try Wagstaffe pure Orange marmalade you la know it s the perfect partner for bread Toast or biscuits. Wagstaffe Quality in jams jellies and marmalade starts with choicest fruits and reaches you with its delicious flavor sealed in through vacuum packing its purity protected by Pasteur izing. For real satisfaction and value choose Wagstaffe. Limited jams jellies marmalade Quality guarded from Start to finish Hollywood color Harmony make up for the you at Lead ing drug and department stores
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