The Leader-Post from Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada on February 29, 1924 · 6
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The Leader-Post from Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada · 6

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THE LEADER, REGINA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1924 WOMENS INTERESTS.-- SOCIETY AND FASHION VARIATIONS Social and Personal r.2ss Allens Tested Recipes M 29 Eleanor Stutt entertained a couple of nights ago at a shower in compliment to Miss Ella Bobier. About 30 guests were present. I " Mrs. W. A. Robertson. New West minster, was a bridge hostess, Thursday afternoon, tn honor of her sister, Mrs. Patton, of Regina. PAGE SIX no. H55 Bran Mnfflna from Lax Angeles (A roHpt for eery good muf.nt, mrjiLntaA la pum ertfinated oeyeei ally for trwn by Monur Ilnry of An AUs endtp Hotel, Loo AuqoUs) 1 rueful heat flour 8 egg 6 Wvl tabtapoonfuk Crleco raalul Rnr Itablwpoor cupful brn 1 cupful milk 4 teaspoonful baking powder l teasronful salt . cupful chopped mrta Mix the Soar, baking powder, ugar, aa't end nut thoroughly; then add the bran and egg (prrriouily beaten), milk and Cnaoo. MU well. Bake in hot, weli-frvaaed Iron muffin pane for twenty-five minute. Hib la Ca4a For light, tender rakeo 1 or digee tibia and flaky paatry For crip. digestible fried food Leap Year SPECIALS FOR THE LADIES Your choice of any pair of Novelty Earrings, Friday, February 29th. Values up to 17,50 F0R 51.00 Saturday is the last day of our 10 -Pay Idve-Wire Sale. 1849 SCARTH STREET McGILL UNIVERSITY MONTREAL Faculty of MUSIC Annual Local Examinations in Musie Tb-ar-tlmi Evmttla witl ho hold m or oaout Uj fth. add Practical t-- ,nuniili during May and Jana at various emir thruughoul Caa-wla. 1 branch thooo ramlwatlo orw ta tho puiitli of all toachora tho ataad-tac of a atudoa may ho ascertained aud proooa tooted. Thojr aro alv preparatory ta tho diploma aad do-rr rmirua la BinOc which, tahos tram Met. Hi. tha National 1 olvoralty of fuuiU.' aro rocoonimod ovory-whoro ao f tho highoot aiaudlnc. furlhor tatarmatlaa rrg artllng tho dif-foroal gradra, ma-to to ho proparod. fooo. ole., and application form may to ahtalood h api'lyln direr to tho hoorotary af tho t acuity of Haste of Mctillt rrltv or to tho local ooo-rolor, , ta. Kilim ao tor, Koq., Hrgloa Cutiogo. Entries for the examinations should be sent before April 72 BYAMS SPECIALS Nww bprlng Hate Sleeveless Sweaters Girls 55.00 52.50 51.00 51.50 S1.95 75c 55.00 51.25 95c IS 95c 52.50 Middles w . Porch Ire see , Holeproof Silk lloee ............. Lad low Lais', s Hoes Brushed Wool Sweaters . Girls Gingham Dresses , .. , Childs Rompers ......... Ladles Llale Sport Hess Raw Silk Bloomer SCARTH STREET v - - - " w " ia 1 1 '.b 1 1 1. . u11 iV.iE ms.iis'iV'ih 1 1 I ,. I J: . 1, A), f tai&lMM COiDS CHAPPED HANQS Mrs. T. A. Naismith has been elected recording-secretary of the Local C unctl of Women, filling the place left by the resignation of Mrs. Harold Allan. Edward Hill, son of Mr. and Mrs. V. H. A. Hill, underwent an operation for appendicitis. Monday; he is at the Grey Nuns Hospital and is making progress towards recovery. He wui be able to see his friends next week. e e Visitors in the city this week Include Mr. and Mrs. J. A.McCoughly, Vanguard: Mr. and Mrs. G. Coldriek, Melville; Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wilsoh, Herbert: Mr. and Mrs. Forsyth. Gull lake : Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Kennedy, Meyronae; Mr. and Mr V. A. S peers. Maple Creek: and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Taylor, HoJgevllIe. Two hundred or more Westminster church ladies attended the tea given I yesterday afternoon In the church parlors by the' executive of the womens guild. Yellow daffodils brightened the room. Mrf. J. B. Parker and Mrs. H. D. Leltch received the guests: .while those who arranged for the afternoon's program were Mrs. Oeo. M. Bell. Mrs. A. E. Ford, Mrs. T. W. Byam, Mrs. S. J. Nlchol. and Mrs. E. A. Macleod. In charge of the tea arrangements were Mr. M. P. McClellan, Mrs. T. A. Wilson. Mrs. Fox. Mrs. Rothermal. Mrs. O. M. Anderson. Mrs. B. F. Fell, Mrs. Cecil Boyd and Mrs. J. W. Reid. Whats What Among The Various Clubs t The members of the Queen of the West IOOF. lodge are holding a j home cooking sale at the Regina ; Trading Companys store, Saturday. Excelsior Chapter. No. 21, Order of the Eastern Star, will hold its monthly dance in the I.O.O.F. haJ, tomorrow evening, at 8.30 oclock. Mksons, Stars and their friends are being invited. The fancy-work circle for the Metropolitan bazaar will meet this afternoon at 8.80 at the home of Mia C. H. Wslcker, 1S10 Sixteenth avenue. There will be an emergent meet ing of the Excelsior Chapter, No. 21, Order of the Eastern Star, at 7.80 oclock this evening, in the Masonic Temple. The Devonshire Chapter, I.O.P.E.. made plans at their meeting held Wednesday evening for their annual St. Patricks ball, which will be held Friday evening, March 21. in the Trading Companys halL It will be a formal affair. Final plans for the Knox church anniversary dinner, Monday night, were made Wednesday by the ladies aid of the church. A social hour was spent and tea was served by Mrs. Not man and her committee. Mrs. W. Mock gave a pair of solos. Mrs. Gilbert F. Davidson and Mrs. Geo. Middleton will receive with Mrs. Iowerth Davies at the tea to be held tomorrow at 2038 Scarth street by St. Pauls W.A. Mrs. Basil Hutchinson and Mrs. Geo. Macpherson have charge of a home cooking sale to be held at the same time. In addition to those named yester- Win v u ' ' t ' y v. - - A - - j1 .A-- 4 ' L vf 1 s' X, v -ju, V , -V ' 'f vi ' -1 ' - A v X ' . " V-' .. W ' y j jf I Spent To find these way3 to youth and beauty By Edna Wallace Hopper My mother was rich and am-i bitious. 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St. Peter's W.A. met yesterday at the rectory and made plans for the sale of work to be held the second week in May. Members who assisted in serving the luncheon at St. Pauls parish balL for the synod delegates were Mrs. Baker, Mrs. Songhurst, Mrs. Peebles, Mrs. Lowe, and Mrs. Boland. Miss Janet Oxley will address St. Peters WA. next Thursday on missions. In connection with the flower-show the C.G.I.T. members of the First Baptist church are holding tomorrow afternoon In the church parlors, the following committees have been named: decorations. Miss Anita Nobles, Miss Eileen Trueman, and Miss Ona Dowswell; ushering. Miss Julia Reekie, Miss Jean Ward, and Miss Gladys MacGregor; candy. Miss Evelyn Cross; Miss Mary Boyes, Miss Velma Cross, and Miss Hazel Smeed; serving. Miss May Shadick, Miss Eileen Hunter, Miss Grace Burton, and Miss Edith Zebenlotney. The Judges of the flowers will be Mrs. Gordon Whyte, B. D. Watchler and J. M. Craig. The awards will be made at 4.45. 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Sunlight your Washing Machine " and Hard Water IF you must do your washing in hard water, the logical choice of soaps is Sunlight. Sunlight Soap dissolves qulcldy in hot water, hard or soft, and works up into an abundant suds. Its rich ingredients search through aftd through the fabric of the clothes, and dissolve all dirt and soil spots. Then, with rinsing, all dirt runs entirely away, leaving your clothes fresh, and snowy-dean. Pmt half a eaka oj Sunlight into hot water im your machine mud stir iute generous suds. Put iu the clothos aud oporate the machine your , clothes will be clean. LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED TORONTO T C WEDDINGS PURSE HOWE At the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Howe, Pense, Wdenesday, February 27, their daughter. Miss Lila Mary, became the bride of Angus Vincent Purse, son of S. P.urse, Penee. The ceremony was performed by Canon Pratt, rector of All Saints church. Pens e. The bride was gowned in white charmeuse satin and silk radium lace with beaded ornament and pearls. She wore a veil and orange blotsoma and carried a bouquet of ro4es and 11 lies-of-the-valley. She entered the parlor with her father to the strains of the wedding march from Lohengrin, played by Mrs. J. G. Cleveland. Miss Hazel Tate Pearl was bridesmaid, and wore white crepe de chine with lace and bugle beads and carried a bouquet of roses. The groom was attended by his brother Clarence. After the signing of the register, Mrs. J. G. Cleveland sang All Joy be Thine.- The groom's gift to the bride was a case of silverware, to the bridesmaid gold earrings, to the best man gold cuff links, and to the pianist a bar pin. The dining room was decorated with pink and white streamers. After the ceremony about 35 guests sat down to a wedding dinner. The brides travelling suit was of navy tricotine opening over a flesh colored georget blouse, with Copenhagen velvet hat trimmed with silver laie and flowers. The bride received many presents. The newly married couple left amid showers of confetti and good wishes for Banff and other ' western points. On their return they will reside on their farm north of Adams. .. OTT KREUT2ER In the presence of a number of relatives and friends, on Tuesday, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schick, -Gillespie, Miss Eda Barbara Kreutzer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Kreutzer, Liptbn, was married to Jacob William Ott, son of This new lotion is instantly absorbed by the skin Send for large size trial bottle fres This is Jergens Lotion! A NEWLY perfected product which has a . wonderful effect on a roih, chapped, or irritated skin. This clouded, silvery liquid deliciously fragrant contains benzoin and almond, two of the most healing skin restora tives known. Benzoin has been used in medicine from time immemorial for its effect in healing the skin and stimulating skin repair. - Almond softens and whitens In Jergens Lotion benzoin and almond, together with other healing ingredients, form a preparation that cannot be surpassed for healing and preventing chapping, roughness, or irritation. Jerens Lotion is instantly absorbed by the skin it leaves no disagreeable stickiness Get bottle today! 50 cents at any drug store or toilet roods counter. Or send for large size trial bottle free The Andrew Jerfens Co., Limited, 157 Sherbrooke St , Perth, Ontario. ' - X S-ttTW Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Ott, Lipton. The bride, who wore radium lace over wine colored satin, was accompanied by Miss , Lydia Dorothy Ott, as bridesmaid. The groom was attended by Carl Schick. The wedding march was played by Miss Mary Hunt, Abernethy. After the ceremony, which was conducted by Rev. J. W. Robinson, Abernethy, the bridal party sat down to dinner. The young couple will spend their honeymoon at Melville, and will be home to their friends in April, on their farm at Lipton. SHEPHERD HARDING At Regina last Saturday, Miss Harding became the bride of Tom Shepherd, both of Windthorst. The couple returned to Windthorst during the week and have taken up residence there. FOR THE SMOKER A red leather box contains a set of ash receiver, match box, cigarette box and holder, all black and gold enamel. Our Optical Dept Offers You First Class Professional Service at Our NEW STORE, 1843 HAMILTON ST. (Next Leader) Lenses Duplicated Oculists, Prescriptions accurately filled WHEATLEY BROS. Jewelers and Opticians THE GIFT SHOP" New Store, Hamilton St. Next Leader. 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