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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDyESDAt..SEgTEMBER 22, 1920 THE LETHEKitJjj.ffl PAGE FTFTEER MILADI PHONB ISJi 4 -f t PERSONAL A Much sympathy Is extended lo Mrs. H. L. Ripley who. with her children, was summoned. to eastern Canada, owing to 'ieatn o! her fitaer, Mr. McEac-hernj Ripley .will remain In the east'tor.'idmb Mr. TfSUiei HarWy Ferule U visitor city, haviig 'attended the MurrtT-Eoutlsage: nnpttals. .'-_ i-i'3 The HolUnd, M. K. FoWdm are' among the Yfsitors In the Cardston. J. 31. superlnteiidsnt of tie Alb.erta district, C. P. P., inithe city v Miss Lillian Diipen has left toria, where will continue her school studies.. :-Her father, Mr. A. E. Dnpen, accompfiiled' her', as far as Mr, worth' is on a busmess trip throiiili the' Crows Nest Pass. He is EccSbipanled by Mrs. ASnswortb. M: MacKensle. 'Mr. ind-Mrs. J.rWhltesel of New Daytoa'a're rtsHors in the city ____ i Mrs. .H..WadelI of Calgary jvas a visitor jla's) week' her mother, Mrs. Shi V- Sherlock block. Mr. and ;Mrs.: '.Arthur; who re upon Mt transferi-by '.tbTe Union Bank pflCanida an etecntive post "and moved, In this bar Miss Annie; Hit fahan Is sjiendlns i few days Miss Lots1. Craig leares shortly -to spend tho 'winter-In' Seattle, The engagement is announced o! Miss Elsa Lethbrldge, to Mr. J. Husselt.Coolla, of this -city. Tie Herali place sh6rtly. SOCIAL Miss Marjory Higinbothanj enter- number of girl friends at the tea hour yesterday in honor of lor guest Miss Nora nipeg. The miscellaneous shower given (m Friday aflefnoon by Mrs. J. McLeod at her -home, for Miss Lily aiejllng, most enjoyable. In the -dining' room Mrs. poured tea ancV-.was assisted by Sfrs. J. Me- fxiod, Mrs. Bruce; Miss M.''Harmer, Miss B.'Birt an'd Miss J. Elliott, 'The gifts .were daintily arranged in a car- riage decorated .-.with leaves; and rib- bon aud brought in by Miss .Nora McLeou.1 Among the "gifts Miss Melllng re- ceived vworo Included china, silver, linens, "cooking and kitchen utensils nil of which were accompanied by appropriate verses. .Those present were: Sirs. McLcod; Me- THarmald, Mrs. E. 'Harmer, Mrs, Ray- mond. Mrs.' Mrs. T; V. Read, Mrs. Bruce, Mrs, Strickland, Mrs. Jackson, Mrs. Jam- Inette, Milling, Mrs. Birt, Mrs. TSowyer, Mrs: ilarro- way, Mre. 'Markle, Mrs. Barley, Mrs. Morris, Mrs. -Peat, Miss L.1 Moiling, Miss Farnan, Miss M. Harmer, Miss B. -Stcele, Miss J.' Elliott, Misses B. and D. Birt, and Miss fcYDoherty. WEDDINGS i ROUTLEDOB A quiet and pretty wedding was sol-. emnlicd. last evening at 8.30 in St. Augustln'B church, when Rev. Major Goro Barl-ow unllecl In .marriage Blanche, only daughter ot Mr. and Mrs..R. H. John D. Mrir- ray, eldest son of Mrs.vT. B. Murray, of Vancouver, formerly this city. Tie bride entered the church on the irm of Mr father, to the Strains of Lohengrin's wedding inarch, played by Mr. "iVade. The brid4 .was attired in a smart, travellicg suit of aigger brown broadcloth, with hat to and carried a 'shower bouquet of Ophelia roses and maldcuhair fern. The bride was attended by Miss Jeanetle Murray, sister of the groom, who wore a pretty gown of navy blue taffeta, wj.lh .hat en.suite, and carried a bouquet.of rcses, while the groom was supported by'ilarold brother of tho brMe. ollbwujg the ceremony, a weddlnj; supper was sen'ed at the home ol tho brtde'i parents to immediate relatives of the bride and alter which the.Spokane Klyer for Seattle and Portland, return- Ing via Vancouver, where they will risk the mothefr-The brlda and groom were tho recipients' of many beautiful gifts. At. Knoi manse, on Monday eve- nms, September 27th, Sara L., daugh- ter ot Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Knauss, ol Coaldaie, was united ia marriage to Eben, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Kerr, of 5th Ave. South, the Rev. A. H. De- noon officiating. The brido and groom are popular members of the Alberta Government Telephones staff, Mr. Kerr having been in tholr employ for orer five years, left later on a Spokane. Mr.'and Mrs. Kerr honeymoon' trip to place on "Wednesday, Sept. 8th, "daugl _0ne of the'most popular events of the 'season in Eyansburg, Alia., took th, at 4.30 ughter of Mcllinf, of Evans- burg, became C the brldo eldest'spn of Mr. and Mrs EntwisUe. The was porfonned at Daily Fashion By Certrut'.e Beresford Boston Bread WltK Walnuts Mix dry ingredients namely, one cupful ot ryo flour, oae cupful of cornmeal, one cupful of flour and one teaspooiiful of 4di5 three-fourths of a cupful or molasses, to which has teea add- ed one and one-half of Eutla, two cupsful of sour milk, two tablespoonEful of fat and one cupful of chopped walnuts... ['our into a well- jre-sed mold and steam about -three lonre. itemove from tlio mold am] o for about one hour. cellent to have oif haiiO fit tie eum- r for saudwtchev Cheese and watercress especially are good with iU Graham Nut Bread cupsfui ol wblte flour with 'our. teaauoOHSful of baking powder and one teaspoonful of saH. Add two cupsfal of graliam flour and one CUIK ful of outs, two cupsful of .milk and one-halt cupful of molasses, tq which aa been added one-halt teaspoonfui-of soda. 1Jake In a .well-greased bread pau In a very s'.ow.dven for one hour. thtf home :of the bride's parents "by squirrel. THIS CAPE 18 COLORED AND 1 LINED WITH FUR This novel wrap reveals a reversal of the uaual order ot things, for it is lined with 'squirrel. This fur is used for the handsome collar that may he draped high or low upon the shoul- ders. The onside ol tho cape Is fashioned from Nanking blue Marvel- la cloth.. It ft designed with a circular yolie elaborated with scallops. These arc outlined by a piping 61 the fabric. Tufts of: wool practically, cover the wrap. These are attached so that iho ends of the wool are oil- the outside of The small hat of black velvet bas a crown of the gray Raj.ri'w: Mather. The was given inrraarrlase ;by her father, aud by Miss; Edna Birt, sis- ter ot -tbVhrldegroom, while 'Sir.- Joe Melliug, brother: of the bride as. best 'man, looked chnrmirg-.'in a ,beaittlfui gown of white ted, with march played'by Mrs: Oscar Willeta. Miss Rebecca Hurst acted as brides- maid, v.-earing taufd aatin, with hal to match, and carried a boucvuet of pink and white carnations. Mr: John [Hurst-'supiiQrted tiie groom. During (the signing of the register. Hiss Yio: .r. .r ajguuiK 01 ine re; In Iet Ganl'Bans a solo, cap faahlon over her and was canglit stats orange A 'lovely shower ol ophella roses and maidenhair fern was carried. The bridesmaid wora an exception- ally attractive frocfcof pink' satin draped with georgette, of Uia- same tone and carried.ajjbeauHfuL.bdiiiiuct of pink rcaes and' maidenhair -fSrn. The groom's