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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 31, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1920 THE LETHBRHICR DAILY HERAIJ3 PAGE SEVENFEBN' MILADI PUONZ THE DEATH OF LETHBfllDQE DANCES THE OLD YEAR OUT THE OLD YEAR Full kueerdeeip lies the winter snow] And the winter winds .are wearily _ sigulcg: Tpll tu" r i iti u ucu BHU mm eiuW, And tread softly and speak low. For-the old year lies ft-dytns. Old year, you iriUsl'nOt 4le you came lo us eo readily, You lived with us BO jteadlly, uis year, you shall not die. How hard'he Ove-' tha snow' I heard now the "Toning cock tlicke'r to'and fro: The cricket chirps the light burns low: "Tts nearly twelve o'clock Shake, hands; before you die: Old year, well dearly rue for you What 15 it we can dolor yon? Speak out before-you'dle i PERSONALS Mary U. McDonnell, commar- be.cele- brated by many gatherings In pri- vate homes. One' feature :of the entrance of the will-bs the annual rally of the 3unda> tchools In Knoi church tomorrow morning. Year Tho New Year will bring in too, fpr ,-ln January the Provincial meeting of the I. OJE Chapters will be held in the city. The display, being given by the-GIrl.Gluldes on.January C bears teatlniqny to .the'acUvity ot tills girls' organization.. Tie later season will bring to us many wives gt soldier farmers who will take Bd vantage of'the- course being held here in. February. Daily Fashion By Bereafnrd A DRESS FOR SOUTHERN WEAR Delightfully simple are many of the dresses designed lor Southern wear. The short sleeve is still evident on many of these- smart models, and while some of the- skirts, are a little longer, yet the short skirt still holds its own. This model, is'developed in white taffeta: enriched iwith square- cut pieces. :0f mother-o'-pearl that possess a delightful shimmering irides- cence.- These adorn .the skirt, which softly gathered at the waistline The corsage is quite plain, hut a novel ouch is revealed in the scarf of taf- 'eta lined with empire-green, satin to match the girdle. .The hat of green satin is fringed with monkey fnr CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES O Thomna NiTsii, Mr. Pryco given yesterday afternoon by Icft'hor'a years ago, and tone htindred IllSle lota of all ages iin- t Is'fenowlng old Ai- tho wonderful Mr, 3. Claus doparted, after dlspens- Mr. and Mrs. M. If and jne on.tho tree iatiBhter Jean have returned from Et Augualln's hall which had been Calgary, where they hav6 been spend- provided for the primary and begin- nars classes of St. Augustin's church. The event followed a Joyous afternoon of games an.! supper. The Joy of tho ing1 (lie Christmas and Mrs. W. Niven tho 3lty from Caleary to attend tho Old'avent waa addeit to by a grand sound Timers' dance helng held this evening. f if The Coitaless of MIolo, who Is com- mg lo Ciintida for the marriage of her ion, the Earl of Mlnlo, and Miss Mar- _ ______ _.._ ton Cookj sailed front Kngiann jast'Mrs. Brandow. when they entertained week. 1-ady Minfo will bo tho guosl of In honor of tho gentlotncii school of trumpets and drama, and the addi- tion of candy and oranges. Lost evening a pleasant noclsl time waa spent, ht the homo ,of Mr. and Lady Allan fit Montreal, itid lalor will BO to Ottawa, where sho ivtll ha the guest of their excellencies the Dukb.Mfd Ddehess of Devonshire teachers and their wives., Among tbb guests were Inspector and Mrs. Wat- son, and Superintendent find Mrs. Hod- ion. Some lime wfla.spent in games it whers a rrogresslve nature, after which auo. herself, hostess 30 years dainty rofreshmenLs wore served. The f She witnessed levonlnz tdded bV til jlnttae' "Aulrt Qnnfcn 4 rt KLIPS A 'J Oolilac's Wife: "Ofl, William, the housa Is on flre! to Slat Century llurr; I" 'Jolfiaol "All right, we've !ust two more holes ;