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26 Jul 1958

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26 Jul 1958

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Winnipeg Tribune (Newspaper) - July 26, 1958, Winnipeg, ManitobaIt Thi Winnipeg Tribune six. July 26. 1958a social we underestimate our indians or. And mrs w. A. Tommell say the teachers who know notes or. And mrs. L. Gal pern Boyd of Victoria . Attended the ave have As guests Lor the next marriage saturday of his sister Lew weeks their daughters and mis Marlene Gemmell and flying grandchildren mrs. B. L. Goldman Allicer Bruce e. Reimer. They j and Marcyann of Cleveland Ohio by Lillian Gibbons to the highest they re Stone age last term she spent at teachers i they have no background and Lew training College Brandon to sold on the indians also opportunities Lor our kind Ollile �?o1 got such nicely written letters lately can i sell you a demand they re intelligent and fascinating from children Back Home they de a pretty eager woman one of an j above All kindly. They re were read aloud. A Little girl get-119 taking the Reading workshop much More ready to accept us than Ting wed in the san wants to be at Sargent Park school where 666. We Are to accept them a a Bishop s messenger. And she men and women Are doing a serv Quot a have one Grade Vii girl who could she has it in her. The Are guests of mrs. Gemmell s parents or. And mrs. N. Thompson Fleet ave. Mrs. R. E. Clarke 42 Pilgrim ave., entertained tuesday evening in Honor of her Niece miss Elsie and mrs. Myer Zubkov and Arlene Carol sue and Ronald of Atlantic City . A a or. And mrs. Eric Dawson of Whitehorse the Yukon were among guests from out of town ice summer training could represent her people any she was Eva Graham Wile of where. Our own two boys went indians Are charming a but they must have another string to their mrs. R. Gourley and mrs. H. Hunt the Rev. Richard Graham Oxford to my school three years. The i Bow. They can t live by Hunting assisted the hostess. Mrs. B. R. House Northeast of Norway House Eider now at St. John s Ravens and fishing a that s fading out. Moody of Toronto Mother of the she taught for Manitoba depart court. They both speak Cree. We they Are intelligent but they be Bride elect and mrs. D. Fraser ment of education at Lavenham can learn from them As Well As the a never had fully trained teachers Mother of the bridegroom elect and Treherne in the South of the other Way round a says vivacious last year was the first time All a were among the 25 guests a Cor province a and i would t go Back mrs. Graham. Three were fully qualified. We have Sage and Gilt were presented to to that a i la take the North and come up and see for yourself. 110 indians and Metis in our Day miss Moody the indians any time. The depart you Fly in from Lac Dubonnet by school. In a thinking of a boy 11, a a a Moody whose manage to Donald j a who attended the Reimer Gemmell wedding saturday afternoon. They were accompanied by their daughters Debra Eileen and Sherry. Fraser will be an event of August 9. Mrs. R. Doherty mrs. I. Sokal ment of Indian affairs is wonder trans air Quot says Ful to work for. give you Church missionary s anything for your indians. Quot in the last five years i be seen a tremendous improvement in the Homes a and the people. We have a nurse now. Her work has made a big difference. She says eat oranges and they do. The department gives us milk and cookies for school. When i first came the people had sores a that a it does t Shock mrs. Graham to hear the sister from Island i Ake say indians pick lice from their hair and then eat it. She counters Writh Quot they go from the lowest the United in Grade Vii As Bright As you d wife. A i m find j Trou Prus trying to get my Friend who the 119 teachers praised the two 1 1 us Vicau act Chi Tut i writes to come and see and spread instructors. A we never had such j _ _ _ Iii the Good she introduced help Quot and the instructors a Morag if o p 11 v_3ftipb6ll a fellow teacher mrs. H. G. Todd i Harpley and Ann Grady a praised Kent re school Elmwood. The teachers. Quot that s the Way it bom m Holland mrs. Todd has should be a said Little Morag with mrs. P. D. Campbell 627 South or. And mrs. Douglas Bullock of port Hope. Ont., with their children Douglas and Barbara Are guests of mrs. Bullocks Mother mrs. Campbell Mac Arthur Mcmillan ave. A a mrs. F. S. Purse 695 bore Bank entertained thursday evening at a bathroom accessories Shower for miss Geraldine Rudkin whose marriage to Gordon Landro will be an event of August 15. Mrs. George Rudkin Mother of the Bride elect lived nine years in England came to Canada last february. Where Ever she goes she sees new ideas and writes about them. From Moose Lake East of the Pas comes Eleanor postans teacher anglican Church deaconess and Bishop s messenger. This is her fourth year out from England out embarrassment. A we serve one common cause. They came Here Bent on getting the answers to their problems. Its like Grace Stevens says in her lantern poster a Light so Johnny can the Kirkfield Park teacher painted a red White and yellow poster sign on Brown wrapping paper. Drive held a Trousseau reception i and mrs. John Landro Mother of crowning of influenced Iraq s Faisal 1 Gertrude Bell by Ann Cottrell free Washington Nanai july 14 Young King Faisal ii of Iraq lost both his throne and his life. The Date was the 90th anniversary of the birth of a remarkable woman. Gertrude Beil whose influence and intimate knowledge of the merging Arab world were decisive in placing the Emir Faisal the Young King s Grandfather on the Iraq throne. Gertrude Bell died in Baghdad ancient capital of the caliphs in the Days of Arab glory on july 12, 1926, and lies buried outside Baghdad near the shores of the River Tigris. Almost five years before on aug. 23, 1921, she had witnessed the Coronation of King Faisal i a Triumph of personal diplomacy for her. Blue eyed and handsome miss Bell in her own right a feminine a Lawrence of Arabia a was a key British official in old Mesopotamia now Iraq during and after world War i. Right person in those Days the Western world particularly great Britain wanted to satisfy Iraq s nationalistic aspirations and yet keep her Safe in its ramp. The West was trying to avoid precisely what happened on july 14, 1958, and even then the steely Whitehall Eye was on Russia to the North. To do this Job Gertrude Bell was the right person in the right place at the right time. Everything in her life had moved to put her in this unique spot in Iraq including the loss of the Man she loved. She had unlimited knowledge of these biblical lands Charm courage Ana great tart and knew How to use them on she ill. And Diplomat alike. So when Robed warriors of the desert As Well As the men around the Green table asked Quot who is to be King a they listened when she spoke. A Emir Faisal a she said. A Faisal became King Quot states ii Britannica a and for two years Gertrude Bell was the life and soul of a regime often shaken but left standing thanks largely to this woman. This Emir Faisal a Leader in the Arab revolt against the turks was the third son of the famed Hussein Ibn All of the Hejaz Sherif of Mecca and Lawrence s chief support in bringing about the revolt in the desert and also was the descendant of Fatima the Prophet Mohammed s favorite daughter. Distinguished career from the standpoint of official litle and salary Gertrude Bell s role would appear minor. To have exalted her position would have been unseemly in a land where women were veiled and largely oppressed. She was a Oriental Secretary to the High commissioner a sir Percy Cox at the time of her greatest Power. Born in England s North country of distinguished parentage she took a a a first in history at Oxford and excelled at anything she tried climbing a difficult Alpine Peak writing poetry exploring unmapped lands or digging deep into yet to be born kingdom. But who was to be King by the time Winston Churchill Secretary of state for colonies called the Cairo conference a year later it was Gertrude who was calling the signals. Rivalry for the throne of Iraq was fierce. Miss Bell stood firm for her candidate even in face of tribal revolt. There was bitter enmity Between Faisal s hash emite family and King Ibn Saud of saudi Arabia. But Churchill listened and her Choice Faisal was the Man. On her return to Baghdad responsibility fell heavy on the shoulders of this slim feminine woman now in her Early fifties. Talking endlessly to the sheikhs of various factions drinking endless cups of thick Black Coffee miss Bell in truth was practising personal diplomacy. The arabs trusted and heeded. A plebiscite showed 96 percent of the voters history As an archaeologist of favored her Choice and King Fai note Sal i was crowned on aug. 23, her Romance with Henry Cado-1 1. A Young Diplomat she met i ran up b of 8 b 813 Eib Eib Eib eii3 813 Al b cd up cd up cd Eirl Golden wedding while visiting in Teheran was a by their Mutual love Coudie celebrate of the desert persians nightingales and gardens. They were engaged when he died of cholera. She went on alone to the things they had planned together. One a to explore the mysterious deserts of Syria Arabia Jordan and Iraq. She mixed this with archaeology and it was on such a trek she first met Young to e. Lawrence. Gertrude Bell s knowledge of j these areas was of inestimable value to British intelligence during the first great War. Part of the time she was in Cairo Baghdad and Delhi. The Viceroy called her to India for delicate discussions about increasing Egypt s role in the War. Important Choice the War Over the old ottoman Empire shattered the political course of the area now embracing modern Iraq Hung in balance. Miss Bell and her desert warriors Learned at the Paris peace conference that Britain was to have a mandate Over the new Orr Tel Lor Jour c i wmn9 Dnia Ilau oni and to a 5 cd cd cd cd cd cd cd cd cd cd cd cd cd cd up cd cd 2d of 33 2d 33 g1 a a �?5 cd 2d of social stationery department m Portage ave. At Smith St. Acc b 9 b 8b9b so 8-13 9-8 8b0-b Al 8813 open cent us co Jap Dherit i c uni Tofoi r i ii k s family reunion at Fraser s Grove a reunion was held sunday at Fraser a Grove by the eight members of the family of the late Emily and Alfred Jackson who lived in East Kildonan. Present at the gathering were mrs. A. D. Mccaskill of Toronto or. And mrs. N. C. Jackson and family from Goderich ont. Mrs. And mrs. W. H. Nevill who came recently from Birtle to make their Home in Winnipeg mrs. Ralph Yake Meadow Lake sask. Charles g. Jackson mrs. F. F. Cottrill mrs. R. S. Martin mrs. Hazel Marchant All of Winnipeg. There Are 40 descendants of the Jackson family living in various parts of Canada. If or. Jackson were living he would have been 100 years old this month. Or. And mrs. Stephen Zalinsky 419 Redwood celebrated their Golden wedding recently when a reception for friends and relatives was held at their Home. The couple were married in Austria june 8, 1908, and came to Canada in 1913. Their children Are mrs. P. Dobush Montreal Frank Arlen Vancouver mrs. O. Zelmer mrs. J. Hinkle mrs. W. W. Young mrs. E. Winnick Winnipeg. There Are ten grandchildren. Strip tease Sam Cancilla e a Samuel j hour styling j24 Ken Nady St. We 2-7006 opening special Cream cold wave regular $15.00 now 10 a a compute open Friday evenings for your convenience Annabella Lee an English stenographer has become a strip tease j performer so that she can earn enough Money to raise a race-1 horse named crazy bet. She decided she was Well enough equipped for her new Job when men at the office described her As Quot the Type of girl you can Only describe with your hands and your Lovely legs stay Lithe with care sleek Golden legs Are Beauty assets to any girl in the summertime and they Don t get that Way by Chance. The girls who look so wonderful in their Black Linen dresses know what a combination of j careful sunning and Good grooming can do. No boiled beet red look Lor them and no collection of fuzz on the legs. By using a Sun lotion carefully and avoiding too much Sun at one time you can achieve the Friday afternoon and evening in Honor of her daughter Gail Ann whose marriage to Leo Arthur Prendergast will take place August 2. Mrs. James Prendergast Mother of the bridegroom elect received with mrs. Campbell. Presiding Over the teacups were mrs. S. E. Savage mrs. L. Eckert mrs. Frank Garland mrs. W a. Bell mrs. P. A. Mackie mrs. N. E. Burwash mrs. E. J. Board Man and mrs. W. G. Carruthers. Assistants were mrs. David h. Dyson mrs. G. S. Strong mrs. A. Hanna mrs. Ian Sinclair mrs. K. O Connor mrs. H. M. Cooker mrs. Brian Mclaughlin mrs. Dougald Savage misses Isabel Jackson Alexis Boardman Bettyjo Ball and Elaine Rehaluk mrs. J. Y Walsh and mrs. R. W. Kinzie were in charge of the guest Book. A a miss Shirley , Bell Crest apts., with miss Joyce Packer and miss Elaine Watt entertained thursday evening at a Shower in Honor of miss Janet Mccrae. Assistants were mrs. R. M. Lawrence mrs. Hugo Hayes and miss Sheila Burns. We bursary awards Are increased the advisory Board of Manitoba women a Institute at a meeting wednesday in the legislative building decided to award a new bursary of 3100 to a Young woman attending Manitoba teachers College. The award will be made for the 1959-60 term. The i has awarded bursaries for Many years to students in Home economics at the University of Manitoba. The Board also decided to increase the value of the Manitoba i bursary and the Esther Thompson Mackay bursary in Home economics from 3100 to 3200. This will apply to the 1959-60 term. It was announced the winners for the 1958-59 term Are miss Peggy k. Gordon Neepawa the Manitoba i bursary miss Doris Spring Riverton the Esther Thompson Mackay bursary. Feet Are bared in summertime summer is Good for the feet no doubt about it. Open sandals going Barefoot walking on the Beach Are All beneficial to your feet but remember others see More of your feet. Those toes that were hidden in closed shoes All Winter Are out in the open now. That Means that nails must be evenly and regularly trimmed rough spots must disappear under a pumice Stone and polish if you use it must be changed at least once a week. Meanwhile nature will help you along. Walking on the Beach will smooth out rough spots on your feet and strengthen leg Muscles. Open sandals will give you Comfort in hot weather. And your feet will be prettier by fall. The bridegroom elect presided at the Tea table. Assisting were mrs. J. Ralph Moore mrs. Charles Cribbs and misses Nancy Brown Doreen Moore Barbara Tod and Elaine Landro a Hon. Stuart s. Garson and mrs. Garson entertained Friday at supper at the motor country club lower fort Garry in Honor of his excellency or. Victor Nef ambassador of Switzerland to Canada and mrs. Nef. Covers were Laid for 26. Or. And mrs. A. A Teskey with their daughters Susan Barbara and Jane have arrived from their Home in Regina sask. And Are guests of mrs. Teskey s parents or. And mrs. Walter k. Mulock Elm St. A a a miss Heather Grant whose marriage to Peter t. Russell wiil take place August 2, was guest of Honor tuesday evening at a miscellaneous Shower when her hostesses were miss Barbara Lillington Ingersoll St., and miss Aileen Houston. A presentation was also made to the guest of Honor from the office staff. A in Honor of mrs. Donald Fraser who will leave August 16 to reside in Regina a group of her friends entertained at dinner thursday evening at Hyp a Steak loft. Miss Marlene Johnson daughter of or. And mrs. Paul Johnson 480 King Edward St., left this week for new York from where she will go to Iceland. Miss Johnson will spend the summer visiting the scandinavian countries and the Winter in Iceland and will then go on an extended tour of the British Isles and the continent before returning Home mrs. G. Dorset Robin Hood cres., and mrs. P. Tieleman were hostesses wednesday evening at a miscellaneous Shower in Honor of miss Dorothy Jenner Bride elect of August 2. Mrs. H. Sulkers miss Eleanor Jaegger and miss Vicki Kenner assisted. Mrs. James Sampson 400 Lanark St., and mrs. Kenneth Howell entertained tuesday evening at a Crystal Shower in Honor of miss Bette main. Mrs j. W. Main Mother of the guest of Honor presided Over the teacups. Assistants were mrs. William Dawson and mrs. Roderick Beattie. Each of the guests brought their favorite recipe for the guest of Honor. Miss Donna Ross left Friday to make her Home in Chicago. Monday evening mrs. F. S. Scanes i Ady Conway apts., entertained in Honor of miss Ross. A Corsage and gift were presented. Cant please everybody Julia Clemens England s feminine Flower expert was asked by Liverpool a women to judge the City a Flower show. Now the women Arp complaining because miss Clemens awarded the top prizes in All three categories of Flower arranging to men. Sheila Craig s column Quot the Winnipeg Home offers Sage advice looking and delicious recipes for the modern homemaker. Park s English Carden shown to Dickens Fellowship had a picnic mrs. Macdonald made pots of Lea in Assiniboine Park a and was Tea assisted by mrs. P. S. H. Bound by an Ivy Chain to Charles Murphy Secretary and mrs. E. Double duty this Montreal creation was aimed at the career girl. Left it appears trim and business like with a neat tucked in Collar right the Besie crepe dress transforms into an after dark style by adding a Graceful drape. Hartnell s Empire is growing designs to be sold in Canada by Muriel Penn London Reuters a the Queen s dressmaker Norman Hartnell will shortly appear in a new role As a sort of super Salesman not Only for British fashions a his fashions a hut also for British fabrics and British accessories in Canada and Australia. He is setting up organizations in both these Commonwealth countries to make and sell clothes which he will design. Finishing touches to arrangements for a Hartnell houses in Canada and Australia will be made during a personal visit which Hartnell is making to both countries this fall. He already has a House making and Selling his fashions in South Africa. Leaving London Early in september after launching his new autumn and Winter couture collection Here Hartnell will first visit Canada travelling from Ottawa to Vancouver and taking in Toronto Winnipeg and possibly other major cities on the Way. In each place visited he will show his latest collection of models including some which he will take with him from London and some of which have been specially designed for the country in which they Are being shown. At the same time he will take the Opportunity to study the atmosphere and fashion needs of Canada and Australia. For he explains a it is difficult to design exactly the right thing for Distant lands just sitting in the Middle of the Windsor at Home Hart Neil is almost a neighbor of the Queen. His country House is not far from Windsor Castle. In both Canada and Australia the collections will include not Only Coats suits dresses and the luxurious Ball gowns for which Hartnell is known All Over the world but also Hartnell furs stockings lingerie and perfumery a a in fact everything a As he says Quot except one new line which even in Don has not yet seen will be Hartnell designed sweaters. Carrying the All British Angle even to his commentator at the fashion shows the commentator will probably be a British overseas airways corporation hostess. She May give Canadian and australian audiences a preview of the new uniform Hartnell is designing for them if it is ready in time. Among the Model girls showing the clothes in Canada will be miss Canada Joan May Fitzpatrick. Canada already has had As it were a preview of Hartnell a latest fashions during Princess Margaret s visit. Hartnell designed and made Many of the clothes for her Royal highness a visit. They were made in his Bruton Street workrooms at the same time As the style setting autumn and Winter couture fashion collection was being prepared. Princess Margaret has recently come to the fore increasingly As the style setting member of the Royal family during Public unctions and at Ascot one of the High fashion events of the London season she has worn clothes featuring All the latest fashion trends. Including the Chemise dress the trapeze line and even the harem skirt. The Ballad of seven Oaks City s history in music if Winni Eggers Don t read history they la at least be singing and humming it next week a Ballad about seven Oaks has been written into the musical with a local setting hello poppin opening at Rainbow stage monday. The script reminds the audience Quot you drove past the Monument of seven Oaks to come Here tonight. You All know about seven Oaks House 107 years old opened As a museum near Here. This is about a Man and a woman who went there to place a wish in each of the seven Trees save one a Neil Harris cwt wrote a lilting tune which Evelyne Anderson sings dressed in Long skirt shawl a Selkirk settler there Are seven Oaks by the red red River and each was a wish to be made dieting guests can be bores to others if you re on a diet and your hostess offers you food Rich in calories either take a Small portion or refuse it with a minimum of talk. The guest who reacts As though her hostess is deliberately trying to make her gain weight is a bore to All within hearing. Infants of two months of age can be Given their first Salk vaccine shot the american Academy of paediatrics advises. By the girl who waited by die seven Oak tree who watched and waited he die seven Oak Trees who Felt the wind blow Atad a and was afraid. But she brushed aside her premonition of the Slaughter that was to happen by the seven Oak tree june 19, 1816, and Sang bravely a it s a new land that i sea a new land Here for me it s a place we both agree where we can raise our family. It s a Little bit of imagination hut it could fit any one of those men who went out on the Kildonan Prairie with gov. Robert Semple to face the hostile nor Legters. None of the 21 came Home to fort Douglas that night. The Monument at main St. And Rupe Risland ave. Is their memorial. The seven eak Trees have increased to 27 at least in seven Oaks Park Bat Ida the new museum of Inkster House. Once before seven Oak was the object of song and Story. Pierre Falcon one of the 65 nor tweeters who fought the 21 Selkirk settlers and killed them Sang out the Story he could neither read or write. Others wrote it Down. It was recorded in j. J. Hargravess Hickory of red River. Quot la Dix neuf a july la by Rita rules sort arrives cent Pierre f Alcon la Hon Garoon Quien a compose la a that Good fellow Pierra 1 commemorated in the new tourist Centre Falcon Lake. Order of Royal purple will hold 34th annual convention Dickens. A Dickens had wonderful roses in his Garden at Gads Hill mostly red and White ones. The yellows we now have like our peace Rose were unknown in his Hector Macdonald Park superintendent told the 30 men and women who followed him around the English Garden. A a in be brought something from Gad s Hill a cutting of the Ivy that covered his House a smiled mrs. Fred Anderson. Her husband looks like benign round faced Pickwick and he Calls their Charleswood Home Dingley Dell. It has a sturdy growth of the Small leaved Ivy Gerald Wade brought Back from a visit to Gad s Hill Rettinger treasurer. Members brought their own a Wilt les a As mrs. T. C. B. Boon said quoting Sam Weller. D. R. P. Coats president handed around Small Pink iced cakes. Thomas sly had a Jar of pickles and a package of wooden Forks. It was a pleasant meeting under the Apple tree. Heliotrope and Mignonette a old fashioned Quot flow ers some members had t seen for years or. Macdonald showed them with the air of a magician pulling wonders from a hat. A Dickens would have known them a and Sweet smelling English stocks columbines Calendula and the Ralla Lily called the arum Lily in a what was a Gloire de Dijon Rose a we often read of it a asked after the tour of the Flowers when the Fellowship was invited a dickensian a a climber a into or. Macdonald a private Gar prompt Rcd lied the Horticulturist Den. Mrs. Anderson got out her he showed the Bush covered with Golden Tan. By using an electric scissors and Cut Small branches of thick Pink roses that hear or. Shaver designed for women you the Ivy for each member a stand Howard Morke eve s name a because can have the sleek look. J it in water. It will soon Root. He discovered it. Space saving tip for travellers Evert the most casual of vacation spots Calls for a hat on at least one occasion. Some women solve a packing problem by wearing their hats. Others select mis Hable models that pack without harm. Another costume com Pleter that is packable Are the coquette veils. Some have velvet bows scattered Over them Little nosegay or rhinestones. Usually women travel with slim skirted items to save room and ironing problems. However for full skirted dresses that require a Lull Petticoat it s possible to pack the Petticoat with Little mussing. Merely Roll it in a to Bilar form and slip an old Nylon stocking a Over it. Order of the Royal purple will hold their 34th supreme Lodge convention tuesday to thursday in conjunction with the grand xxx age convention of the Apo elks in the fort Garry hotel. More than 1,000 delegates and visitors will attend coming from Vancouver to Newfoundland and the North West territories. Presiding at sessions of the order of the Royal purple will be mrs. Martha Waite supreme honoured Royal 1-Ady. Who arrives sunday from her Home at big River sask. Sunday evening a dinner for grand and supreme Lodge executives will be held at the hotel with an executive meeting following. Monday registration will commence at 10 . In the hotel Rotunda meetings of the supreme executive and supreme trustees will follow. At 3 . Practice of floor work will be held in the ballroom. There will be a dinner at 7 . Lor supreme Lodge officers. Tuesday at 8.30 . Supreme ii Odge sessions will commence in the ballroom. Following presenta Tion of flags and the opening ceremony the supreme honoured Royal will be introduced. Officer will be seated and committee and a deputies appointed i the joint official opening with the Apo elks will be held at 10 . In the concert Hall. Supreme sessions wiil resume at 2 . Draping of charter will take place at 4 45 . A gel acquainted Tea will be held in the Grain Exchange Curling club with the i Winnipeg Lodge As hostesses. Tuesday s program ends with a dance at 9 . Sessions resume at 9 . Wednesday. There will be a sight seeing tour from 6.30 to 8 . Instruction classes for deputies h r. Ladies and secretaries at 7 . A program. Manitoba night will be held at 8 30 in the civic auditorium with the Elk and Royal purple Lodge of Manitoba As Host. Thursday mornings session beginning at 9 will feature the election of supreme Lodge officer who will be installed at 2.30 in the afternoon. The elks and ladies of the Royal purple will gather at the civic auditorium for the closing banquet and dance at 6.30 . 4

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