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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, September Zl, 1978 THE L.ETHDRIDGE HHALD II FEED QU1NN DAVID ADAMS ON MRS. JESSIE GRAHAM 10 Years At Green Acres Mrs. Kay Lenning, matron of Golden Acres, Mrs. Helen Grunewald, matron of Green Acres, and L. C. Halmrast, former minister. Mrs. Anna James gets an appreciative laugh from Don LeBaron, administra- tor. Mrs. Lucy Pullyblank, former matron, chats with Rev. R. L Crisfield, new board member. Pastor Moody Honored By MARILYN ANDEttSON Herald Family Editor It was a day of happy re- union, of jokes from and about the clergy, good food prepared by the Green Acres staff, and meeting old friends. The occasion was the 10th anniversary of operation of the Green Acres Lodge, and guests and visitors were present to reminisce about the past 10 years. M r s. Lucy (Wickersham) Pullyblank, former matron dropped in from Regina to say hello, as did L. C. Halmrast, former minister of public wel- fare. Scott Davis, first chairman of the board of the Green Acres Foundation was present, along with another former chairman, E. S. Vaselenak. Many o 1 d friends chatted together as Andrew Rasmusscn came from the Devon Home for the evening. The formal side of the pro- gram evolved around presenta- tions to original members oi the lodge, four of which slil reside there. The four are Steve Csitari, Fied Quinn, David Adamson, and Mrs. Jessie Graham. Other original residents moved elsewhere such Jack Barclay who now resides at Hie Golden Acres, Andrew Rasmussen, Mrs. Marian Davie and E. J. Morrison. Board members H. Dupen, H. Pfeffel, J. Nieboer, R. L. Cris- Field and M. S. Moulton were present as was Rev. E. R. Moody who leaves shortly to make his home in Saskatch- ewan. It was a night for quotable quotes: Don LeBaron in noting Mrs. Lenrn Ness' 10 years as cook at Ireen Acres "I was afraid it was going to take her that long to get out of the kitchen." Jack Barclay assuring Mrs. T LL1_ Mrs. Leora Ness Mn Jessie Graham, Mrs. Marian Davie and Mrt. Thomasina LcBaron he kept an eye on her husband when they travellec around the country together. Don LeBaron saying Harold Dupen was around the place so much that they were afraid he was going to move right in. Another board member M. S, nionlton mentioned as having spent a total of 4Z31i hours or 7.7 days in service to the Green Acres Foundation over 10 years. Mrs. Jessie Graham reminis- cing about the lodge 10 years past, "1 peeked in the windows when the lodge was being built to see what it was going to be like." Mrs. Anna James told no one has any trouble getting her to talk as long as someone holds her. Mrs. Karen Pctcrsen saying how sorry she was when former matron Lucy Pullyblank was married "and left us for a mere man." L. C. Halmrast telling Harold Dupen his congratulatory cup 'won't hold much, the Grey Cup holds about a quart." Mrs. Elsie Livingston, 97, say- ing she wouldn't say anything his year, "next year I'll be nearly 100, I'll talk next year." Highlights of the dinner: Mrs. Jessie Graham, Mrs. Marian Davie, and Mrs. Thomasina Cowie forming trio, and representing 243 years between them. Mrs. Lucy Fnllyblank greet- ing old friends after a year's absence from duties as former matron. Mrs. Lily Larter getting a see page few hours leave of absence from hospital to be present for the dinner at which her grand- daughter Lily sang. Rev. It. T. King who gave the dedicatory prayer to the Green Acres Lodge 10 years ago pres- ent for the lOlh anniversary to lead the singing. Telegrams of good wishes from Hon. Raymond Speaker, minister of social development, who was unable to be present and from Mrs. Bessie Taylor, first matron of the Green Acres Lodge and who now resides in White Rock, B.C. M r s. Dorothy Gentleman, Quota Glub, Salvation Army and others shown appreciation for their many trips to senior citizens in Green Acres Lodge. From the strains of Girl of Girl of My Dreams to Bis chorus of God Be With You 'Til We Meet Again, a truly memorable and noteworthy ev- ent in the lives of all who at- tended tile 10th Anniversary of the Green Acres Lodge. A good start on the next 10 years! LA. TO T.0.1. BINGO Monday, Sept. 21st JACKPOT -S7 NOS. "20 ALARM BINGO" Gold Card Pay Double Door Cardi (Many olher extras) Regular Cardi 25c or 5 lor 13th St. and 6th Ave. 'A' N. No children under It allowed Mrs. Elsie Livingston honored by E, Vasolenak cJLo ocal Sigma Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will meet in the home Mrs. Marie Bartosek. 1806 20th St. S. Tuesday at 8 p.m. The program will be presented b> Mrs. Bartosek and co-hostess Mrs. Marlene Armstrong on, Awareness of Blesing. f St. Patrick's CWL will hold a dessert bridge and whist party Wednesday at 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. In the church hall. Proceeds to go to Organization for Peace and Development. Tickets are available from Mrs. Cathy Gleason, 328-4979 or at the door Tau Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi will hold its next meeting Tues day at 8 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Leslee Martin, 2015 18 St Coaldate. Co-hostess is Mrs. Verna Blah-. The program wil be presented by Mrs. Martin on Painting the Person. Spetia' guest Mrs. Kaye Robison will give a demonstration on drama- tic make-up. The Melling McMahon Sec- tion of St. Augustine's ACW will meet at the home of Mrs. A. Afaganii, 624 12 St. S, Tuesday at p.m. Xi Nu Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, will meet Tuesday at p.m. in the home of Mrs. Guy Atkins, 1723-23rd St. S. The pro- gram, On Being Alive, will be >rescnted by Mrs. Larry Ober. Soak away tension ust pour i Vi Ib. packace of Cow rand Baking Soda into a lull of Just Brand Baking Soda into a mm lie back laiiiy mi i Excellent tor relieving sunburn, hives >nd Itching skin. COW BRAND BAKING sooA FLUTE RENTALS PER MONTH MUSICLAND Cor. 3rd 13th St. S, Phona 327-1056 Mrs. ScoH Dovis, Mrs. Helen Grunewold in duet THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "I hope you realize that I only keep you around for laughs I" Tomorrow [Gel used to "time fly- jing." Put your skin an la slay-young plan I today. Don't for a [moment think if I you're in your 20's (you don't have to plan ahead. These ars the "direclion for what you do now in skin care will ba what you'll look like when you're 30 and 40. Elizabeth Arden's special representative will help you get storied on a complexion direc- tion this very week, based on a group of yety special Elizabeth Arden formulas. Each one of these preparations is specially geared to lake "instant care" of danger areas if you're over 30 and help avoid Ihern if you're under. Perfection Cream helps keep skin Visit i Miss Rutfi Longford at The Cosmotique Wednesday fo Friday Inclusive Sept. 23rd-25th young, radiant. Beauty Sleep has mplslurs built in for resiliency. Creme Extrordinairs assists In keeping wrinkles at arm's length: Velva Cream Mask has Extract of Sea MOJI to pep up a tired complexion and famous Orange Skin Cream denies dryness with itt Orange Oil conten-t and nature's own purified lanolin. 1 -'J Ask today about Elizabeth Arden's plan for you. Don't wait I Elizabeth Arden's Red Door Beauty Classes Begin Wednesday HAVE YOU REGISTERED? (Classes arc limited) THE COSMOTIQUE DOWNTOWN at 305 6th St. S. Phone 328-1212 ;