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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1920 THE LETHBUTOGE FAIL? HERALD PAGE THIRTEEN D MILADI 4 t t t FULFILLED I night for Cslgray to take; treatments in tins Holy Cross, hospital there, Miss K. Sullivan .left today for Cal- gary, where she, will In future.'reside. Though my handB hare not learned to The dreams of a groping mind, TnpugbT'my' Hps'iiaTe agl.fiiJOktii taelr inuslo, And are leaving no eongs behind, Think not that my Ilfo ho beea futile, Mr. and Mrs. Merlin were vis- itors from Lethbrldge to the Raymond conference thla week-end. ___ 'Mr.. Frank Marshallot Swift Cur- reai spoilt tho- week-end in the city. and Mrs. R. S. Smith accom- V SOCIAL v v Veterans' ball was packed to capacity last evening, at the dance given there by the Great War Vet- I erans. Both music and floor were ex- celldnt and the dance was one of the held tola season, j Mrs. Hugh Doyd entertained a few friends yesterday afternoon In cour- tesy to sirs. W. D. Kin? who Is leav- ing the city.shortly.' was pleas- antly .surpi-ijBil .at lier home- on Satur- jlayt.by; a number of friends who gath- eyed; at -her hotae: A very pleasant evening and tho presenta- ol a very pretty pin, as a slight token of Ike esteem lu which Mrs. McKIIIoii Is universally held. On Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Peterson of Stirling gave- a re- ception for their daughter KloJIa Lucille, whose marriage- to Harold C. Chrlateusen took piece on November 9th. Tho bride looked charming In a d -Nor" grieve for (m unsaid-word; I have made- a song of the crescent A poem of only 5 Bihile. Are they less because lips" could not in all about seveniy-Ovc came from Mrs. R. C. Harvey -and Hiss Lucile tetnbf'iaBe, Raymond, Harvoy were visitors at Raymond at the beginning of the week. know These, songs that my heart 'known? Smith have relumed from attending I wholly mule who have sung with: .executive tho Local iny.heart. Council .of .Women..m: And sung wUh iny heart alone? s P. Hogau. has I p. StoUro and Mrs. AleV. Bishop and Mrs.' G. W. Green were O PERSONAL J -5 Cfff t- 1 olks till thick and lemon-colored." Add to butter and beat igorouslv Add mix- ed and ssftm dry ingre- dients iltouatet) with milk Add flaionng, fold in beaten whites of eggs. Turn and bake in a moderate oyeu 35-40 min- utes. drc-i riow the east, where they will visit Red Cross Society In Toronto. 5fr. .parents for a few Mrs. Mr F Roland of ttexCoca Cola Is a visitor IB city from Winnipeg Mrs.! by her vflafies. Uyss.opf -accompanied, .lielce, 'Mrs. J. lefl last Bennett has just been appointed gov: ernor of the League of Ked Cross Soc Ictfes for Canada. The Military Chapter I. 0. D. B. are holding another of their "Tea tbe fifth Eari'df Mlnlo, whose father was- (jovprnor-Genei-al of Canada and Viceroy; of liicila, and whose mother, .the. Cp'urtteEa .of "How time said JOB Per rone when releaeed "from Sing Sing after serving ;16 :yeara of a 20-yoar senteniie; for tilling expeeted-to be out so Kobn." O c o A CANADIAN GIRL TO WED AN EARL ft