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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta fitlUAY. AUGUST '20, 1920 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MILADI PERSONAL Mrs.' P.iEddy who" has been ill in the Vac llaafhjni.hpspital has return- ed to her hqmn at'the' Felger Farm. Mr. Viclor Morris his returned to his homo -In Ktilkom. after spending a short time" In 'the city. J. Hose, cecreta'ry 'o! the beard of Trade bas returned to the city alter a vjstt to the 'coast tl "cities! r T 'Mrs. J..K. Shearer has gone tack to her -home at. Bow .Island. While hero, she was the sacsi of Mrs. James Munro, W. A'.' -M: P., was -Vis- itor In Calgary yesterday when he at- tended tho banquet given in honor of the British editors. O 9 Nellie Woods of Fernic, B. C., Is visiting with Mies Rebecca Hurst. Mrs. C. Cook and Hltle daughter. Phllllpa, accompanied "by the Misses' Cook, aro leaving on Monday morn- Ing to Join Sir. Cook in Los Angeles, where they will moke their future home. Mayor Hardie has returned from CaTgary, where he has been spending a few days.' E. H, J. Forster relurnea to the city this morning after attending a convention at Calgary of the agents of fbe Mutual Life of Canada. The Misses Bawden, Mrs. D. A. Tay- lor and Miss' Elizabeth are leaving to- morrow to spend ton days at- Water- ton Lakes, where they have taken a cottage. f _ Miss who has spent the past few' months In England and has returned to her home in Calgary. Rev. and Mrs. O. L. Curtis are leav- ing on Monday for Calgary, where they will in future reside, owing to the former's appointment as Superin- tendent o.f Missions for Alberta. At present 'Mr. and Mrs. Curtis are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. The condition of Mrs. Ingram. (Sr.) irho is sulteriug from tho effects of f paralyllc' stroke, remains about the same. Mrs. J. accompanied by Misses Emily and Bertha Boulton am! .jMIss Pauline Stcakley are leaving by >niotor tomorrow to spend the next threa weeks at' Waterlon Lakes, where they have taken a cottage. Mrs. A. B, Pipes has as her guests her son. .Mr. Richard Pipes of Regina; who will spend his vacation here.rand .Miss Alicp Klnread of Chester, 'Mon. Mr. J. C. Spencer, resident inapec- tor of tho Standard Trusts, Edmon- tOB, in Ike city with Mrs. Speooir ind daagater, returning to Edmonton Tuesday. Mr. William fnrram nf Is in the city, hiTl'nf been called here by the UlncEE ot his motlnr. Mr. logram is the'.fittest. of his sister-in- law, Mrs. C. T. InSnram, Sth Street. Mrs. E. K. who has been a visitor in the city from Cardstoa, has returned to her home. Mr. and Mrs, B. Metcalfa, Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Stokes and Charles hare returned" from a week's motor trio to Banff and S. of church look the lo'rm of a motor ride and outing to Mrf. Dan- el's residence yesterday.. About twen- :y ladles turned out and an ebjoyable afternoon, was spent, a short program adding to the enjoyment of the day. meeting cioeed wHh the of dainty C V Last evening Miss Biwden, Presi- dent of the Local Council of Women, Mrs. D. A. Taylor. Convenor of the educational coinniUtfee, Gerbef, supervisor of playgrounds, Miss Nan Donoon, and Mrs. J. W. Bawdeo, took ialf a down of I he glrla who were leaders is the Chsutauqua games out to HardleTllIe school where Deacon- Ms Rose had gathered about eighty children of all ages and a merry hour was spent in games alter which each cWld was given uu iue cream -cone children then gave three cheers for the Local Council of Women, sang the National Anthem and expressed the hope that the visitors'would soon como back; 4 ft 4 4 4 4 4 4 Barbara Castleton, former well- known' Calgary society woman, Is ap- pearing tn movie being shown In Calgary this week.- Lady Newries, who'se Sir Prank Xewnes, Is ono of the mem- bers of the Imperial Press party at present visiting Calgary, will be pleasantly remembered -by many of those Canadians who 'spent time over- seas during the war. Shortly after the signing of the ariaistlce Lady Newness, who Is an extremely talent- ed and highly accomplished woman, organized a concert for the enter- tainment of members of the -Royal Club for Women from Beyond the Seas, at Norfolk House, she herself contributed several brilliant numbers to the programme. Miss Ruth Holman underwent a suc- cessful operation at tho Van Haarlem hospital last Monday, and Is doing well, SOCIAL 4 4 At the home of Mr. and Mrs..A. M. Kossler on Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock the members of the Church of Christ and Sunday school, gave a farewell party, for their pastor and wife, Rev. and Mrs. O. L. Curtis, who leave soon for their'new home in Cal- gary, where Rev. Curtis will take up the work as Superintendent of Mis- sions for. Alberta. Tho evening wag spent In music, singing, reading and recitations, after which refreshments were served by Berean class. A very befitting and impressive speech was made by Mr. C. S. Farrow and a pres- entation ot a purse as a small token of the love and esteem won by them during the three yeawof faithful ser- vice given Jo the church, Sunday school and C. W. B. M. work, while here. Rev. Curtis responded with well chosen and tenching worts to his flock which he Is so soon to leave wlthoui'.a shepherd. Mrs. Ctirtls isiwky.1? uscial sweet -way, express- ing here regrets at 1 earing the ones she had learned Then the party with a musical selection 'after joined hands and sang 'Blest Bo the Tie' That and wishing, them God speed on their journey through Ufa. monthly meeting of the W. M. K ]SEP in tune with the bright new: morn by drinking'from'the zvell of health that lies in ENO's FRUIT SALT Now u ENO btgio tiling 'acniiij iw! yoa will (he iimpleit 'ind win tfeicnie plejuntcR i way.-.re- being anJ Hlppinas nuinuia 'tliose thu ENOhtjbfovgfit orderly