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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 5, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 5, 1921 TUB PAGE THIHTBBH MILADI raom .Mrs. E. V. Layton, who ave severing connections with Knox choir WHEN LITTLE after long service there. GROW OLD the practice tho roamberu had a vory When little PW They seem to fall asleep beside the road, And Nature tucks the grau around their feet. And alt birds are glad to come back borne And nest once more in sweet remem- bered nooks. The days are long and vague. And full of sleep, And In the dusk The old mer. Bit outside their doors And dream long dreamt, And all the dear dead days troop back again And down the path from out the set- ting sun Come those who only live. Whrn we who love them tliirik of them again. P. McEvoy. delightful social cvenlnr. After ro troshmente wero served Mr. Vallance, choir president, cailed for r. speech pearl brooch, and to the "bout nun" a itk'k pin. The young couple the homo aitild a shower of rice and guixl lUvluw-AJvortia- Daily Fashion By Cnrtrwto Btrufnrd PERSONALS Mrs. C. C. King will not feceive to- morrow. Mr. and Mrs. Hart, who have been visiting In the city, have returned to tholr homo In Ballovue. Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Morris returned today to their home in Medicine Hat after spending the holiday season with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Morris. Mr. and Mrs. A. Thompson have gone back to their home in Milk Iliver after spending the Christmas season with the former's parents. Mrs. H. C. Keh! of Vulcan la enjoy- ing a short holiday In Calgary. Mrs. Boyd of Indian Head Is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. C. C. King. Miss Isabel Blair has returned to the city after spending the, holiday season with her sister Saskatoon. Miss Violet Bennett has returned to Picture Butte to resume her teaching, utter spending the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Bennett. Mr. and Mrs. S. I. Harris at Mlik Uiver were motor visitors in the city last week. V Mrs. Husbami has returned after spending a weak with friends In Pln- cher Creek. Mr, Husband a vial- tor there for the New Year. Mrs. K. F. Hunch has returned to the city after spending the aollday season with, her mother, Mrs. Quinn, in Milk Riier. Mrs. D. H. Mclvor of Winnipeg Is a visitor iHth her parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. O'Hagan, and will remain here for r.bout a month. Mr. aud Mrs. W. H. DeLong re- turned hi the. beginning, of the week from a short, visit to Calgary. While there tney attended the ball given at the Pe Miser. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES St. Augustin's parish council will meet in the vestry of the chapel, cor- ner 2nd Avenue and 8th Street South, Thursday mt 3 p.m. 'Emergency meet- Ing. The Military chapter, I.O.D.E., are holding another of their highly suc- cessful whist drives on Friday even- Ing, January 7th, In the G.W.V.A. club rooms, and extend a hearty Invitation to everyone to come and have a pleas- ant evening. Tomorrow being the Feast of the Epiphany there will be a service of Matins and Holy Communion in the chapel of St. Augustin's church at 10 o'clock. The committee to make arrange- ments for the meeting of the Provin- cial chapter, I.O.D.E., will meet at 3 o'clock sharp on Friday afternoon In the This committee is com- posed of the regents aud first vice- regents of the primary chapters, the regents of the junior chapters and the regent and first vice-regent ot the Municipal chapter. The regular monthly meeting of the Woman's Auxiliary to the TM.C.A. will be held In the "Y" on Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Every mem- ber Is urged to be present. The St. Augustin'a choir will meet tonight for practice. The music department of the Mathe- sis club will meet at "the home of Miss Smith, 621 13th Street South, tomor- row evening. The St. Augustin's junior Sunday school are holding their Xrass treat on Friday, January 7th. in the St. Augustin's hall at 5 o'clock. Mis i Helen Layton, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E.JF. Layton, wlio'has been ill "with gcartet fever, much butter. now WEDDINGS Inspector and Mrs. Lindsay and family of Macleod. who have been guests during the holiday season with Superintendent and Mrs. P. W. father, have returned to Macleod. Miss Sinclair of Edmonton, and Mr. Perinefather, who have alao been visiting at the same place, have re- turned to Edmonton. Mr. Ferguson Rowatte of Lethbridge Is a visitor in the city, the guest of hi? Elster, Mrs. G. W. Pltblado and Journal. and Mrs. Joe Choinere eilter- a large circle of their friends at a New Year's uance, the Hostess be'.ng assisted by Mrs. H. BoauVegwd and daughters. Among out of "town guest-3 were Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Choi- nere' o{ SOCIAL EVENTS The dance giver, by the G. W. V. A. In their hall last evening was a de- cided success in every way. There was a splendid attendance, about fifty- five couples being present and enjoy- ing every minute of the evening. The ball was tastefully decorated with Christmas trimmings of scarlet and preen and tho floor was In excellent fhape. The G.W.V.A. orchestra pro- vided 'the music. A very pleasant time was spent last night at the home of Mrs. Thomas l-Icalon, when she entertained about twenty girl friends at a miscellaneous shower complimentary to Miss Annie Hurst. During the evening Miss Phyllis Sherman, on behalf of the jrirls, presantad many useful Elfts to the bride-to-be. At the conclusion of the evening dainty refreshments wero Mrved. Last Thursday evening wti nude the occasion of a farewell social at (box church la honor of Mr. and A very pretty wedding took place at the home of Mr. Bertll Nelson on Wednesday afternoon, Dec. 29th, when his only daughter, Nellie Louise, was united in marriage to Mr. George The bride, who was given away by her father, looked very charming in her dress of white satin, and bridal veil which was held In place by a wreath of orange blossoms. The young couple were attended by Miss Martha Thompson, a cousin of the bride, and Mr. David Morrison, a brother, of the groom. -The wedding march was played by Mrs. F. R. Sllpp. After the ceremony, which was per- formed by the Rev. F. W. Locke, the feUcsts. numbering about forty, aat down to a dinner which in abundance and excellence left nothing to be de- sired. As the guests looked at the numer- ous presents, both beautiful and use- ful, we overheard the remark: "What a pleasure the bride will find in the use of these." Thf groom's gift to the bride was a pearl neckiace, to the bridesmaid a Sturdy Food Values of and. malted barley are combined and available Grape-Nuts as in no other prepared cereal food. "There's a Reason for Grape-Nuts titan -Mrs.. Stoltze, who Is' popularly known as the "choir mother" on ac- A count of her great Interest In its work. Stoltie, on behalf ot the members then presented handtomc "Century" clock to Mr. and Mrs. Lay- ton as. a (light recognition of their lone service. Mr. hu been a valued leader and organist In Knox (or thirteen yearn, during which time the choir carried off the Inter- mediate choir shield for two succes- sive years, in 1916 at Lethbridge, and in 1917 at Edmonton. The ladies' chorus shield was won In Calgary and Lethbridge in the years 1918 and 1919, and the lieutenant-governor's cup, do- nated by Lleut.-Crov. Bulyea, was also won, being given for the most artistic performance among competing choirs. Mrs. Layton has been connected with Knox choir as leading" soloist- for eight years, and has always been prominent among musical circles in the city. Mr. and Mrs. Layton entered upon their new duties at Wesley church, last Sunday. DUKE AND DUCHESS WILL ATTEND MINTO WEDDING Jar.. excel- lencles, the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire, havo accepted Mr. iuid G. W. Cook's invitation to attend the wedding of thoir daughter, Mar- lon, to the Eurl ot Mlato here on Jauuary 19th. GIRL GUIDES' CONCERT ON THURSDAY i The Girl Guides of the city are put- ting on a unique diaplay and enter- tainment next Thursday at which it is hoped there will be a iarse turn- out. The Brownies will give songs and dances and an interesting little playlet; the juniors will give a com- plete play; the second dlvi-lon, sen- ior, will put on two complete plays, one an ambulance sketch, another, by Kudyard Kipling. All the girls will appear in cogtume. Other items of Interest on the program will be the music rendered by Mrs. Wad- dington and Miss Aileen, and songs by Miss Patterson, Mr. Fleming and Mr. Waddlngton. Little four-year-old Burntce Blake will recite. The adults of the city should show their interest In the work o.' the young people by remembering next Thursday and being hand for the big event. SHIMMERING GOWN OF METALLIC CLOTH RECIPES When cutting cake that is warm if you dip the knife in water the pieces will be smooth and firm.. And don't cut down through the cake, holding the knife horizontally. Hold the knife vertically and cut across the cake. This keeps the tex- ture of the cake light and uncrushed. Cinnamon Rolls 2 cups flour ,3 teaspoons baking powder 1-2 teaspoon salt 2 tablespoons sugar 3 tablespoons butter 1 egg 1-2 cup of milk Filling 1 tablespoon butter 2 tablespoons sugar 2 teaspoons .cinnamon 3-4 cup currants Sift flour, baking powder, salt and sugar together.. Rub in butter with tips of fingers. Beat egg. until light with milk. Cut ingredients with a knife. Roll on well-floured board to 1-3 inch thickness. Spread with butter creamed. sugar and cinnamon. Sprinkle with currants. Roll and cut .into' slices about 1-2 Inch thick. Bake 20 minutes in a moderate oveu. Steamed Pudding 3 tablespoons butter. This handsome evening gown is orig- inated in a metallic cloth that abounds in threads of silver and copper. The I basque-like corsage shows a heart- shaped line that is hlgh- ly favored at this time. The shoulder straps and little bands that top the bodice are thickly studded with rhine- stones. The skirt slightly echoes the harem mode, for its generous folds are restrained by three roses. These are modelled from silver cloth, delicately tinted with shades of rose. From be- neath the side draperies that are dis- posed in cascade style, black velvet ribbons hang pendjmt. 14 cup molasses. 14 cup milk. 14 cup white flour. 2-3 cup Graham flour. 1-4 teaspoon soda. 1-4 teaspoon salt. 1-4 teaspoon each cinnamon and nutmeg. 1-2 cup seeded raisins. Melt butter. Add molasses and milk. Add Graham flour.. Mii and sift white flour, soda, salt and spices. Add to first mixture. Stir in raisins. Tarn into a butiered mold and steam two hours. Serve with hard sauce. Hard Sauce 1-2 cup butter.. 1 cup sugar. .1 egg 1 teaspoon vanilla. Nutmeg. Meat butter to a cream. Slowly beat in sugar. Beat white of cgf till stiff and dry and beat, into first mixture Add vanilla. Put in a dish and grate nutmeg over it. -and Sea! Brand Nothing else will do No other can compare with Seal Brand. Made only from the finest grown beans, which have developed tlowly, absorbing goodness from the air, the sun and the luxurious soil of the cool wonderful Tropic Uplands. Perftoly Blended and Roasted, the rich aroma ind rare flavour sealed into the Tins, 7 la I ejid a-lt. liza. Whole, (found, end fine-ground. Ac >U good ffKjo. Write hf "hrfect Perfectly MoiW free on icqueec. CHASE A SANBORN, MONTREAL. GRAND OPENING RECITAL WESLEY METHODIST CHURCH BY Frederick Mus. Doc., B. A. ASSISTED BY Mrs. H. H. Johnson, (Contralto) LEADER OF ST. AUGUSTIN'S CHOIR, AND Horace Reynolds, (Baritone) FRIDAY, JANUARY ?TH, 1921 DOORS OPEN 7 P.M__COMMENCING II P.M. ADMISSION RESERVED SEATS, 1 REMARKABLE SAYINGS AT "THE BAF i Greater bargains than ever are in evidence in every department of this great store in order that we may give you the very best value for your in- vestment. OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF NECKPIECES and MUFFS AT HALF PRICE All that can be desired in Furs is included in this grand showing, including Collars, Stoles, Muffs, etc., of beaver, lynx, black wolf, opos- sum, thibet, sable, and many others. All at HALF PRICE. LADIES' AND MISSES' SUHS AT CLEARANCE PRICES 1 Black Tricotine Suit, embroidered. Regular tor 1 Navy Tricotiue Braided Suit. Regular for 1 Lovat Jersey Suit. Regular for......................... 1 Sand Velour; fur collar. Reg- ular Sale price............ 1 Black Serge Suit; braided. Regu- lar for............'.......... 1 Navy Poiret Twill; regular price 1 Navy Gaberdine; regular for.................................. 3 Navy Velour; regular for................................ '1 Navy Sorgo; regular prico JS2.50, for......................... 1 Black Serge Suit; regular price ttn CA. lor........................ 1 Black Serge Suit; regular price for 1 Navy Serge Suit; regular price for 1 Tweed Suit; regular price for 1 Oxford Grey Suit; regular price AA for.........................tJDj.UU 1 Cheviot Suit; regular price