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Sawatsky At Anne Sawatsky, bride-elect, bride-elect, honored recently at a shower at the home of Mrs. George H. Epp. Manson was acting were presented to the in a decorated wishing a fancy umbrella. in the shower Dannille Arnett, Miss Arnett, Mrs. George Epp, Krahn, Mrs. Henry Mrs. Charles Wiens, Miss Mrs. Victor Harms, Martin, Miss Pat Mrs. Jack Wiens, Mrs. Prachnau, Mrs. Abe Janz, Miller and Mrs. Al Enp. gifts were Mrs. Kae Mrs. Friend, Miss Nina and Mrs. Mary Baerg. Sawatsky was honored at shower Friday evening home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Attending were Mrs. Tony Mrs. Tom Fraser, Miss Fraser, Miss Jean Fraser, Prachnau, Mrs. Alex and Miss Agnes Nickels. Club Speaker Literature Women's University club held it's final meeting the season following dinner the Emnress hotel Wednesday night, Miss Marjorie Evans Penner spoke on "the of despair." Mr. Penner that great literature is a of life, and also at escape from life. He writers, though realists, paint a two fold picture it is and life as it ought providing inspiration and people of facts that true. to the evening's were Miss Elaine Fleming piano selections and Lindenbach in vocal solos. president introduced members the new executive as follows: president. Miss Doreen vice-president, vice-president, vice-president, Mrs. J. Johnston; secretary, Mrs. Oke; treasurer, Mrs. J. program convener, L. Landry. were invited to attend June meeting of the club being held at the Mrs. W. Jack. Coqualeetza D. Galbraith left Friday a meeting of the Na Tuberculosis Association Ward is in Toronto completing his extension course in administration at the of Toronto. A. Mackay is conducting this week at Lytton and . . Mr. and Mrs. W. I). Ehman -Norman -Norman Studios Photo. Ehman-Kampf Ehman-Kampf Ehman-Kampf Minnesota Wedding Trip ForGouple Wed Saturday A motor honeymoon to Duluth, Minn, and a return trip by plane was in store for Mr. and Mrs. Wallace David Ehman following their wedding Saturday at 12:30 noon at St, Mary's Roman Catholic church. The 'bride, Gertrude Eleanor (Trudy) Ka'mpf, Is the elder, Kampf, Chilliwack. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kampf, Chilliwack,' and the groom is the elder son of Mr. Zion's Le'aguo Young People In Vancouver Young people of the Zion's League of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ, Latter Day Saints, travelled to" Vancouver Vancouver Saturday to spend the holiday weekend. Saturday evening they attended attended the district drama festival sponsored by the church, the silver silver cup being won by the group from Vancouver. Special . services were held in the Kitsilano and New Westminster Westminster churches Sunday. Monday evening a formal banquet was held in the auditorium of the Kitsilano church. Those in the party, from Chilliwack Chilliwack included Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sparks, supervisors; Vern, David and Linda Sparks, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Beer Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Howard Taylor, Joan, Tom and Norman Beer, Lynda Carter, Ron arid Marie Fetterley, Cecil, Mack and Ken Christianson, Ron Campbell a'nd David Jewett. and Mrs. Daniel Ehman, Pentic-ton. Pentic-ton. Pentic-ton. 'Early summer blooms graced the altar of St. Mary's church when Rev. Father G. McKinnon performed the marriage rites. Given in marriage by her father, father, the bride was attired in a Mrs. E. Lyons, Nelson, is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Martin, Princess ave nue east. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Heaton left yesterday for Quebec from which poini iney win sail ior Eiiigianu, June 1 on "The Cythia." Mr. and Mrs. Heaton plan to holiday in the Old Country for about four By too, Soloist Miss Leone Marshall was accompanied by organist mnths. Mrs. M. Frank. . . ... . Mrs. Stuart Forbes and her A wedding reception followed daughter, Miss Daphne Wood-at Wood-at Wood-at the Empress Hotel. Presiding burn were honor guests Wednes- Wednes- at the urns were Mrs. Charles Cox, Chilliwack and Mrs. Nick Kleininger, Abbotsford. Master of ceremonies was Wes Wensley, Penticton. Bridal toast was proposed by f,'lr 'e.nh f,Wn,.of 'T0r,di Harvey Henderson, Abbotsford n . i - . rr-i. rr-i. rr-i. t;t Serviteurs were Miss June Klein-ulle Klein-ulle Klein-ulle over slipper satin The fit- fit- ; M G, d N Mj ted basque bod.ee fea ured an Jerrie Gross and m u Elizabethan collar and long, lily Gross, all of Abbotsford. point sleeves. Side panels of tiered net and scalloped lace on Guests attending the wedding the bouffant skirt revealed a came from Penticton, Abbotsford, front panel of pleated nylon Vancouver, Nanaimo, Victoria,! tulle. A heart shaped headdress Haney and New Westminster, of matching lace, trimmed with The bride's grandfather, Jack sequins and pearls, held 'her fin- fin- Kampf, came from Rockglen, ger tip veil of French illusion Sask., for the wedding. net- net- Telegrams were received from The bride wore pearl earrings Prince Rupert, Prince George, and necklace, the gift of her Penticton, Regina, Kockglen and groom. She carried a bouquet of Assiniboia, Sask. red roses and stephanotis. For travelling the bride don- don- Miss Helen Kampf came from ned a mauve dressmaker suit Victoria to be her sister's brides-with brides-with brides-with pleated peplum. She wore maid. Miss Colleen Arnold, white accessories and a white daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ches gardenia corsage. Arnold, Chilliwack, was flower- flower- AftPr their wedding trip Mr g and Mrs. EHiman will reside in Attending the groom was Noel Penticton where the groom is Grout, Penticton. Ushers were branch manager of the Canadian Lino Peders, Penticton and Lome Acceptance Corporation. day afternoon when Miss Lois Lovcll and Miss Margaret Ruud entertained at the home of the former. Mrs. Landon DcLong pre sided at the tea table, while Mrs A. Thiesscn and Mrs. Bruce Hodgson assisted the hostesses in serving. Mr. and Mrs. Forbes and their daughter will leave shortly to reside in London, Ont. Optometrists R.B. LINZEY Princess and Young, Thone 2-2851 2-2851 2-2851 Wm. E. B. LINZEY Medical Dental Bldg.. Main Street Phone 2 8621 Appointments can be made at either office. plan type I IF IT'S

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  1. The Chilliwack Progress,
  2. 26 May 1955, Thu,
  3. Page 11

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