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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, APn I LI, 1921 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIFTEEN MILADI Daily Fashion By Marie B.lmont with her Mr. H. Donaldson, at APRIL FOOL Mr. and .Urn. J. W. Wallwork have j rotiirnetl from -a visit, to Montreal, where thfiy spent Rovwal weeeks with j Mr. and Mrs. M. Tolan. I 4 j Dr. fl. Woodcock lelt this morning! for Chicago, tt'h'ore he 'will remain j for the Fix weeks, taking a post- i graduate coxrsn.' I Mrs. J. .M. Glandenninff, of Nanton.j of I who has been the gnest of her Mrs. Webster, is leaving tomorrow. I K AVbpn Hie SprlnR romos in with Its leaf and hud A sort of enc'nai'.tmenl stirs my blood And my bealu faster, my step is lighter My eyes ETUW bright as lha sun getc brighter. 1 to danci and I want to. King Wiiii tho glorious foolishness Spring, I'm glad as a youngster free from A regular April Fool! If you're not one of the folks who thrill When Spring comes dancing o'er vale If April breezes don't fill your brain with ber 'laughter. Mrs. Becker. 'With quirks and whimsies you can't' e.xplain: It you're calm, too. Not one bit more fool yon! For it proves you're old and your blood is cool Jlr. and Mrs. V. J. Hilling anil ruin daughter, who have been spending the winter in Calgary, have returned to I the city to reside. j 'Mrs. C. A. Hunt returned to her] home at Milk River after a short visit! Messrs. .1. I1! Profitor and F. H. i and placid, i Smith are. Calgary visitors in the cityi today. I Miss Gladys Armor, of Nnnton, Vhc j has been visiting with her sister in' I Delia, is in Calgary, and was joined When you can't break loose from your] h> her mother, Mrs. W. E. Armor, who humdrum rule. alfo will spend a few days in Calgary And though our folly you ridicule j before returning to Nanlon. It's you. il's you invj the April The ailly old April Fool! Derton Braley PERSONALS i Mrs. Fred Downer, of Lethbridee.' BLACK CANTON CREPE is expected in the city Friday, and will MAKES A MODISH CAPE l-e a guest at the Palliser for a few I Herald. j This spring there are many inter- esting capes designed to he worn Mrs. D. Spenee, of Calgary, has with the smart dresses that are so l left for Ottawa to attend the meet- much in vogue. As the season advan- X .j. of the Canadian Council of Jmmi- 1 ces mentioned ia now in the bands of the following committee: Thos. Quinn, E. J. Sell! and led. Kennedy. The purpose uf the lir.t is 1.0 aid gen- tlemen in selecting partners from the list of ladies holding invitations. Members donating refreshments to the whist drive, given by the Military Chapter. I.O.D.E., are asked to ha-.e j them at the O.W.V.A. club rooms be- j fore S o'clock tills evening. 1cm to decide which was best, Bach competitor was given n number and the judges gave a very fair decision. The program was a very iine one and deserved a Mrs. R. F. Layton sung in her usual charm- "Litllo Brown and "In the Darkness and the Mrs. Kress was the accompanist, Miss Edythe Kipp gavo, piano selections, Mrs. "Whid-. dington a reading, "The Morning Mrs. Dtmoon In a very pleasing man- j ner presented the medals. Miss Bessie Loverlng and Gordon AleVoan being the happy winners. The judges were Miss liuwden, Mrs. Kipp and Mrs. (Dr.) Bryans. The W. C. T. U. hope to put another similar contest on in Terrill Kloral Co. loaned beantiful pot- takes the unfortunate traveller la. In London In 1860. a postcard with seal that looked