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Brennan Fobel decorates cupcakes.

Young Brennan Fobel helps ice some of the 10,000 cupcakes Nutana Bakery made for the 1982 Canada Day celebrations. Nutana Bakery was started in 1951 by Ferdinand (Fred) Fobel. He would run the bakery until 1973 when son Ed and Vera Fobel took over. The bakery remained a family business until 2009.

Date: June 1982.

Photographer: Jeff Vinnick, Saskatoon StarPhoenix.

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Mike Mah prepares pies.

Choy Ngar Mah (Mike) of Christie’s Mayfair Bakery brushes an egg mixture to glaze pies about to be baked. The bakery was originally known as the Christie Brothers Bakery after James, John and Robert Christie. The brothers had previously worked for the Saskatoon Bread Company before opening their own bakery on 33rd Street in Mayfair in 1932.

Date: July 1973.

Photographer: Donna Perkins, Saskatoon StarPhoenix.

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Lorette Dionne with a tray of doughnuts.

Lorette Dionne of Christie’s Mayfair Bakery displays a tray of doughnuts as well as other tasty treats produced by the bakery.

Date: July 1973.

Photographer: Donna Perkins, Saskatoon StarPhoenix.

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Irene Giannotta and Irene Brucks prepare dough.

Workers Irene Giannotta and Irene Brucks prepare dough by hand at the Express Bakery on 33rd Street and 3rd Avenue North.

Date: July 1973.

Photographer: Donna Perkins, Saskatoon StarPhoenix.

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Otto Tieman decorates gingerbread men.

Baker Otto Tieman pipes decorations on a batch of gingerbread men at the Golden Sheaf Bakery at 1014 Central Avenue. Prior to opening the Sutherland Bakery, Tieman had operated the Mount Royal Bakery on 29th Street. In 1967 Tieman partnered with Wally Rudar to open the second location in Sutherland. In 1977 the enterprise became Downey’s Golden Sheaf Bakery operated by John and Ann Downey.

Date: July 1973.

Photographer: Donna Perkins, Saskatoon StarPhoenix.

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Anka Gasparovic removes loaves of bread from oven.

Baker’s helper Anka Gasparovic takes loaves of bread from the oven at the Express Bakery. Sometimes called the Honey Bunch Bakeries, the Express Bakery was located at 1202 3rd Avenue North.

Date: July 1973.

Photographer: Donna Perkins, Saskatoon StarPhoenix.

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Harry Boyenko prepares sausage rolls.

Harry Boyenko, manager at Mother’s Bakery, prepares long sausage rolls for baking. Mother’s Bakery was opened in 1941 by Stanley Sikorski at 238 Avenue I South. The business would move around the corner to 832 20th Street West in 1944. Harry and Fred Boyenko would take over the business in 1955 and operate it until 1979 when ownership would change.

Date: July 1973.

Photographer: Donna Perkins, Saskatoon StarPhoenix.

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Colby and Bert Pulles before the closing of the Broadway Bakery in 1975.

Hugo Gepinger had opened Broadway Bakery in 1933 in a rented location at 707 Broadway Avenue. By 1941 Hugo and Annie Gepinger had moved the business and their home across the street to their own building at 708 Broadway Avenue. Brothers Bert and John Pulles and their wives would take over the bakery in January 1959.

Date: July 1975.

Photographer: Gary Tannyan, Saskatoon StarPhoenix.

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St. Paul's Hospital School of Nursing graduation banquet.

St. Paul's Hospital School of Nursing graduation banquet in decorated room, possibly in nurses' residence. At back left to right Alice Roberge, Miss O'Callaghan, Dr. Frederick E. Wait, and his first wife. At end of first row on left is Felix Lafferty, first (and only?) male nurse to graduate from St. Paul's. Later became M.D. On right side of left-most table, 5th from end, is donor Frances Bentley (nee Seabrook). At end, Dorothy Coflin; 3rd from end, Lillian Johnson; fourth from end, ___Burton.

Date: 1942.

Photographer: Thams.

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Susan Teresa Price getting a makeover.

When Susan Teresa Price, a commerce student at the University of Saskatchewan, agreed to a makeover, the stylist at Hair Performance started on the transformation. The process was covered in the newspaper. Part of the process was a medium curl permanent that Price could “wash and wear” and touch up with a curling iron for special occasions.

Date: August 1, 1984.

Photographer: Saskatoon StarPhoenix.

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Matthew Mills gets a haircut.

It’s the summer of 1976 and Matthew Mills prepares for back to school and Grade 4 with a haircut from barber Bill Becker. Becker operated out of the Esquire Barber Shop located in the Market Mall Shopping Centre. A blow dryer provides that special finishing touch.

Date: August 1976.

Photographer: Saskatoon StarPhoenix.

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New York stylist Carl Pace.

New York stylist Carl Pace spent two weeks in Saskatoon in March 1962 bringing the latest in coiffures to local hairdressers. Mildred Stolarski models the Oliver, the boy look inspired by the Broadway musical "Oliver". Mary Wright sports the Empire silhouette, recommended for the sophisticated woman, a style close fitted with a twist and a long duck tail at the back.

Date: March 1962.

Photographer: Saskatoon StarPhoenix.

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Jerry Legare and model at the Cavalcade of Beauty competition.

Regina stylist Jerry Legare won the provincial hairstyling trophy at the Cavalcade of Beauty competition in September 1961. At the competition held in conjunction with the Saskatchewan Barbers and Beauticians Convention at the Bessborough Hotel, Legare used his wife as his model. Mrs. Legare’s peach-coloured hair was swept high from a point at the base of her head in a variation of the airlift line.

Date: September 1961.

Photographer: Saskatoon StarPhoenix.

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Saskatoon Municipal Railway streetcar drivers and inspectors in front of car barns.

In January 1913, the motormen and conductors engaged included the following names. Hired as motormen were Albert Sanders, J.W. Carmichael, Frank Walsh, Angus McDonald, F. Marriott, Alfred Whitehouse, Charles Chase, Louis M. Bonser, William Porteous, S.E. MacVicar, George Dransfield, Joseph Garvey, George Morin, Joseph Messer, Thomas Collins, R. Verehaghe, C.J. Kavanaugh, Herbert Lawrence, William Low, Joseph H. Rushforth, John R. Brennan, John McGowan, Joseph F. Brott, George E. Smyth, John Boyd and Eldred Rees. Hired as conductors were Henry Swail, Henry Longworth, William Bangs, J. McCormick, Henry Halliwell, George Bush, Ben Herbert, John Mutch, P.G. Coates, Thomas Davis, John O’Grady, W.D. Whaler, John Craig, Paul Dillon, E.R. McLaren, Robert T. Henderson, James Brown, Peter Morrison, Joseph Reed, Harry Simpson, Ernest Crosby, Charles O’Harra, Richard Rumley, Claude McKim, W.E. Armaden and John Walter.

Date: January 1913.

Photographer: Lusk, William C.

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Friends and colleagues congratulate William H. Moore on his retirement.

Friends and colleagues congratulate William H. Moore, second from left, upon his retirement after completing 37 accident-free years as an operator on November 26, 1950. William Moore, known to his friends as Bill, came to Canada in 1911 and joined the Saskatoon Municipal Railway in 1913 as a conductor. Moore also served 25 years on the union executive. On hand for the occasion were Jack Girling, Howard Robinson, Leslie Craig, Alvin Erickson, Harold Ward, Morley Piett and John A. (Archie) Hallam.

Date: November 26, 1950.

Photographer: Saskatoon StarPhoenix.

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The interior of Tommy Goon’s Modern Barber Shop.

The interior of Tommy Goon’s Modern Barber Shop at 236 20th Street West. Goon would operate out of this location until 1949 when he would move across the street to a new building at 223 20th Street West.

Date: December 1941.

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Tommy Goon in front of his barber shop.

Tommy (Nee Foon) Goon stands in front of his barber shop in December 1941. Born in China, Nee Foon Goon came to Canada in 1921. The Modern Barber Shop at 236 20th Street West first appears in the 1939 city directory. Tommy Goon would operate a barber shop for the next thirty years until his retirement in 1969.

Date: December 1941.

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Pioneer broadcaster Martha Bowes.

Pioneer broadcaster Martha Bowes, her hair apparently in a 20s-style short bob, leaning against a vintage car on a road in the country. Inscribed on back of original print was "Martha sitting on 'Tip' Turnbull's car."

Date: ca. 1925?.

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Nestor and Doris Wiwchar in car.

This 1940 photograph shows Nestor and Doris Wiwchar on a delivery car for Brothers' Bakery, with their daughter(?) The bakery was located at 912 20th Street West. Mr. and Mrs. Wiwchar would own and operate Brothers' Bakery until 1951 and Nestor’s Bakery from 1961 to 1971.

Date: 1940.

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Brothers' Bakery staff.

This 1944 photograph shows the staff at Brothers' Bakery, located at 912 20th Street West. Mr. and Mrs. Wiwchar would own and operate Brothers' Bakery until 1951 and Nestor’s Bakery from 1961 to 1971.

Date: 1944.

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