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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 8, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, H, MILADI Daily Fashion daughter Helen returned from a hip In various points in (lie lrnlL- Statw. t coimtltulet a tcieoi? The mailers, strong ami Who teach because they lovo tin teaubor'n task, And Bm richest priii- in eyes tiat ovwn and in iiiiudf that uk: Anu boys with hearts aglow To try their youthful vigor or, (Heir work. Eager to learn Anil lo natc a rewarii or a thirl.. These scitooi Ah. veil fo'.' him who In s.-.cii a school appreoticfcfiiiip life: With him the JOT of .routii In liter lessons and In larger etrife! Van Win. Brrmner. C.M.U., R.L.A., o.' Montreal, for years director of Ihe An Afsoviition of Montreal. resigned and leaTlos in Hay for a trip to Jtumff. Mr. Urymner a brother of Mr. It. T. Brynmer. form erly manager of the Hank of Com- merce here. Mil W. Henderson, who was the of Superintendent and Mrs. Hodsnon is retursiag to her 5m Magrath todav. i Mrs. T. J. Kenny left thii morning i for a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Orant C'llrk, of Cluresholre. W. A. Hunter, principal of Pinchor Oeali High School, has resigned aud will give up his duties there at Eas- after which he nvill take u spo- university course in HOSTESS FRIDAY '.j. A A .j. .5. .5. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Harris- have re- turned from their honeymoon trip to the western flcsst where they' viiitecl in Vancouver, Victoria, Hwttle and i other coastal cities. Mrs. Ft. V Gvee.iftay. 1433 4Ui Ave. i Miss Mabel Jirretl of Calgary is ________., Smith, will receive for toe nrit time the guest of her sister, Mrs. T. S.! nines to Lethoridge. from i I I'etterly, for several weeks. to B o'clock Friday, Feb. nth. llev. R. H. Rohinaon wjll arrive in v r charge of the uiisaion services i being held in St. Augustin's church I for a weok. Hf .the guest of j Itev. and Mrs.'Gore M. .Borrow while here. PERSONALS -Mrs. Cowi and Dmlley Coin, left lo- tlie latter Isl. day ior Toronto, where reeumins his suidins in braille Pearson's Hall. SOCIAL EVENTS Dr. Gibsun. who breti confined.! to his home through, illness, is able L to he around spiiii und ihortly be abie to rosume lii, Of SERGE AND ORGANDIE This dress, admirable for the young college or stay-at-home girl, is fash- ioned from a line weave of navy blue serge. Designed on simple lines It shows the long-waisled bodice which is slightly Moused at the sides. Tha sleeves are long and tight-fitting. The collar aud its youthful bow tie are j made of white organdie. The prim v V turnback cuffs are modelled from the same crisp white fabric. Through two deep slashes, which are daintily buttonhole-stltched, a sash of sheer white organdie is drawn. It is tied eVoninfj was the occasion oE Mrs. M. Schweitzer and. '.past tsrse. months in Portland Vancouver. .Mr. and Mrs. C. Naples or Oraii- Lrook, B.C. urv visiturs iu the city. .Messrs. Damps and Da vie 3 of Mac- Icoil were in the ciry yesterday in at- j.ever held ill the city when the Sikoko- I.O.D.E., entertained at ".their Valentine Dance in tho Masonic j hell.' ,'A'great number of guests gath- fe.re'l a decidedly' enjoyable i Vluili was most beautifully and strikingly decorated for the occasion, jthe general scheme being scarlet and black, and carried out in appropriate I Valentine manner. Streamers of scar- tendance ai the' 'Valentine Dance i let and black alternating, extended siven by die Siitdkoloki Chapter. 1.0. ifrom tne walls to the centre of tho O.li. room, meeting above a huge light swathed in the same shade of red, .Mr. H. T. Lloyd of Los Angeles was 'While beneath dangled a naughty In the city yesterday mi 'business. Jtfwpie. adorned in red tulle. The _ I lights about the hall were effectively Mr. 15. Hong yt. was I shaded In scarlet, carting a. pretty business visitor in the cityyester-1 radiance over the room, while decor- ative strings of hearta hung on tho .walls, also cupids and hearts. .These Mr. Robert Swiii. postmaster at j wrere alternated at intervals by ferns MagraUi, is a visitor in tlw city to-1 on nicely decorated stands. The pro- day. grains wore made pretty by. the addi- tion of red hearts, while tlie- orchestra to-1 stand had been transformed into an he attractive bower by tho use of scarlet geraniums, with another gay tewpie half hidden among the ferus. The Bluebird orchestra supplied the music for the dance, which was a at one side and the big loops and long cuds reach almost to hem of the frock. Kef. AV. in leaving night for MoiiieiiiR Mat where will visit for Saturday. a