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Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
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Friday, December 24, 1943
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SASKATOON STAR-FIfOENIX. FRIDAY. DECEMBER ti, MS. ' ' Battleford Church Group Organizes for New Year BATTLEFORD. Mr. . W, Barnes wm elected preildent of th Battleford United Church La- diet Aid Society to sifeceed Mrs, H. C Burllngham who was unable to continue In office owing to fam- lly Illness. Others were named as follows: Honorary president, Mrs Robert Rlsdale; vice-president, Mrs, Percy R. Rlsdale; secretary, Mrs. W. D. Sutherland; treasurer, Mrs. John F. Allan; manse com mittee. Mrs. S. J. Taylor, Mrs. D, M. Harrison and Mrs. Gordon Wal lace; flowers, Mrs. T. Currant and Miss M. Isobel Lelth. The financial statement showed the income for the year to be $359 Donations of $50 to the committee of stewards and 110 to the mission- ry and maintenance fund were voted. This was the second $50 to be given to the church board dur ing the current year. After the payment of small accounts a bal ance on hand will exceed $30, The meeting was In charge of Mrs. Bur llngham, retiring president, and was held at the home of Mrs. George Cockburn, with Mrs. H. E. Pleasance and Mrs. J. Malloch as Joint hostesses. There was large attendance. . DINNER The annual . Christmas dinner and social was held at the Battle-ford School Home with Miss M. I, Lelth as hostess. The latter directed an Interesting program of games, after which the distribution of gifts took place with Dorothy Brown making an excellent Santa Claus. The day closed with family worship conducted by Mies Leitn, assisted by Rev. T. Currant and Joint Service COLONSAY. For the second an nual event the congregations of St Matthias Anglican Church and the United Church joined with a number of other visitors for a car ol 'service held In the United Church Sunday evening, December 19. The church was Illuminated as far as possible by. candlelight to , provide an effective atmosphere for the singing of many age-old carols, as well as several modern ones. The combined choirs entered the church singing "O Come All Ye Faithful," and after the invocation, all joined In the singing of "Hark the Glad Sound the Saviour Comes," The prophecies of Isaiah were read by Rev P. W. Downer of St. Matthias' Church, following which the congregation was introduced to the quaint carol " 'Twas in the Moon of Wintertime," composed in the 16th century by a Roman Catholic missionary to the .Iroquois, Christmas prayers, led by Mr. Downer, then preceded a special solo and duet arrangement of "0 Little Town of Bethlehem," fol lowed by a Polish carol that provided an appropriate background for "t tie address delivered by Rev. . McMurtry, minister of the United Church, based on the hymn, "Come and Worship, Worship Christ the New-Born King.'' A quartet composed of Mr. and Mrs. C. Peters, Mr. Roblson and Miss G. Rosher, sang the fine carol "Silent Night" Speoial anthem aolo parts were taken by Mrs, Pen dleton, Sr., and A. Pendleton, accompanied at the organ for this and the entire service by Mrs, A. Pendleton. ' v Jean Tarleton. Rev. Canon H. E Hives offered invocation earlier in the evening. The guests of honor Included Mrs. Hives, Mrs. Currant and Marlon Currant. A large congregation attended the annual Christmas service at Battleford United Church, when special music was provided by the senior and junior choirs, with Cameron Innes as soloist. Miss Lelth was in charge of the music, with Mrs. C Innes at the piano. The minister took for his subject, "A Few Thoughts About -Christ mas," suggesting that the usual rush to be ready for the anniver sary of Christ's birth symbolized the unprepa redness of the world for the mightiest event in history The muslo and the message of that morning challenged us to better things. Deeds of love and mercy such as we see at Christmas time are the best basis of a new world order. Two illuminated Christmas trees formed the decorations with candles and paper hangings. Prepare for Rehabilitation YORKTON. The -rehabilitation and reconstruction committee, under chairmanship of Mayor Charles A. Peaker, named major committees Monday night. The committee decided to employ a paid perma nent secretary and also to invite the Saskatchewan Reconstruction Council to sit in Yorkton, probably in February, 1911. Committees are; Co-ordinating, E. A. Crosthwalte, R. J. Priestly, W. H. Morrison, Mayor Peaker, Howard Jackson, temporary secre tary; welfare, Dan Morrison, H. Ferman, A. A. May, E. B. Smith, Mrs. H. A. L. Portnuff; general, Ken Willis, W. H. Morrison, Mayor Peaker, , Tom Shepherd, S. N. Wynn; agriculture, L. B. Larson, W. H. Boucher, J. Sherwin, R. Barbour; education, Dr. D. J. Brass, E. A. Crosthwaite, R. M. Baldwin. The nominating committee was instructed to name an airport com mittee and there was some difference of opinion as to whether the Soard of Trade's airport commit tee should continue under the board or transfer to the rehabilita tion committee. Mayor Peaker stressed the ne cessity of committees compiling concrete and practical proposals, including blueprints and costs, The Saskatchewan Reconstruction Council was emphatic on that point, Mayor Peaker said, Mr. Jackson said Dean Cronkite told him recently that the council would send questionnaires out to various rehabilitation organizations to determine: 1, work planned after the war; 2, work municipalities would like to do after the war if they had the funds; S, other projects, normally beyond the scope of local organizations. Church Boards Meet at Laura LAURA. Wednesday evening the official boards of th Laura Donavon and Dellsle United Churches met in the Laura church for their regular meeting and 30, members and friends attended. Rev, J. C. Cinnamon presided and gave the .financial statement. He explained the ministerial pensions board's definite Dlans. C. D. Ryan was re-elected for his 17th term as secretary, N. Robbins of Laura was elected delegate to the presbytery. The Laura women served refreshments. GIFT FOR SECRETARY WOODLAWN. Tha Sunday morning church service at Wood-lawn was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. Doeg, conducted by T, MacNair of Hawoods, who also conducted the services at Avon-dale and Asqulth. At the close of the service a gift was presented to Jean Doeg from the Sunday School in appreciation of her work as. secretary and pianist of the school for a number of year. R ft Two Installations Held at Lashburn LASHBURN. The officers of Jubilee Chapter No, 95, Order of the Eastern Star for 1944, were in stalled at the meeting held Mon day, December 20, by Nellie Rich ardson and W. T. McMurdo. Betty Conkln was marshal. The officers are: W.M Alice Hall; W.P., W. T, McMurdo; A.P., J. H. Moore; sec retary, M. Langford; treasurer, R, Johnson; conductress, E. Dillon; associate conductress, Mrs. A. Sec- combe; chaplain, M. Robinson; marshal, F. Phillips; organist, W. Young; Adah, M. Carruthers; Ruth A. Lonsdale; Esther, B. Conkln; Martha, D. Lamont; Electa, A. Smith; warder, D. McNaughton; sentinel, N. Richardson. The re tiring W.M., Mrs. M. E. Guernsey, presented the officers of her year with gifts, and Mrs. A. Hall and Mrs. A. Smith received bouquets of flowers from their families. The necessary committees were appointed for the forthcoming year. Landmark Lodge, No.. 44, A, F. nd A.M., received the official visit of R. A. Leslie, D.D.G.M., for dls trlct No. 7, at its last meeting. Af ter his usual inspection of the work he addressed the members on the scholarship fund. Then with W. H. Tweddell, assisted by B. A. Carruthers and F, B, Milne and with W. T. McMurdo as D. of C. the following officers for 1944 were installed: W.M-, Fred N. Lonsdale; S.W., J. M. Johnson; J.W., D. La mont; treasurer, A. S. Snyder; sec retary, J. H. Moore; chaplain, R, Stevenson; J.D., C. Schom; D. of C, W. T. McMurdo; S.S., Alfred Bexfield; J.S., Hector Bexfield; I.G., E. O. Linfleblom; tyler, R. H. Armstrong. Committees were appointed to carry on the various branches of work to be undertaken during the year. Mrs. Olga Fischer Honored at Party PERDUE. - Tuesday evening, December 14, about 40 of the old- timers and pioneers of Perdue and Wheatflelds gathered in a house- warming social at the new home in Perdue of Mrs. Olga Fischer Howard Harrison gave a short talk on the part played by Mrs. Fischer in the early days and presented her on behalf of those present with a china tea service as a token of their respect and esteem, A special Christmas carol serv ice was enjoyed by a large congre gation Sunday, December 19, in the Anglican Church. The address by Rev, D. Read was Inspiring, his toplo being "There Was No Room in the Inn." - Students Give Fine Pageant BATTLEFORD. A Christmas pageant was the highlight at the annual entertainment of St. George's Anglican Church Sunday School, held in the parish hall on Friday evening, with Rev. Canon H. E. Hives in charge. Tableaux scenes were enacted as follows: Virgin Mother and Joseph, Marlene Nunn and Winnie Scott; Wise Men, Julia Sayers, Florence Wuttunee and Evadne Hives; Angel Host, Junior auxiliary led by Maureen Loscombe; Shepherds, other members of the junior auxiliary. A choir oft the stage sang the carols, while the narrative was read by Ellen Moore. , The presentation of the "Pup peteers" created hilarity. Piano solos were given by Marlene Nunn and a duet by Mrs. J. E. Nunn and Evadne Hives. An Eskimo shadow play portraying the difficulties of lovemaking among the icebergs, provided mirth. Miss I. Watson directed the small children In Christmas drill and a group song. ' GIFTS'' Refreshments were served after the distribution of- children's gift to parents and members of the congregation, who were the guests of the school. On Sunday evening St George'i Church Choir presented Christmas music and carols.- The selections were taken from "Yuletlde Mem ories" and from Caleb Slmper'i "The Nativity." Particularly pleas- ing were the contributions by the junior choir in "Praise and Glory' and the duet, "Holy Night," by Evadne Hives and Maureen Los combe. Solo parts during the eve nlng were taken by Mrs. Loscombe, Mrs. C. E. Light, Miss D. Simpson, Mrs. M. Layton, R. D. Wilson, H. C. Adams, and Evadne Hives. CHRISTMAS PROGRAMS RED CROSS ACTIVITIES .: TEA WASECA. The Red Cross sol diers' comfort group tea was held after the annual meeting on Tues day, with Mrs. Elliott and Mrs. Rowed as hostesses, and proceeds were $3. One soldier comfort parcel has arrived In England, as word was received from Capt. R, Rowed Tuesday that his parcel had arrived, and it was a fine one. He expressed thanks for it The soldier comfort group sent 20 parcels overseas to the men the services. in GRECTIIIGS Happy Christmas May the Peace andJoy In your hearts this Christmas be a prelude to the abiding world-wide peace ' we hope and pray for next year. ( C.H.WENTZ 1 UMBER C0TOb i Ave. H and 22nd St. 616 10th St. r TTv Mervin Choir Sings Christmas Anthems MERVIN. A special Christmas service was held in the United Church Sunday evening, Decembei 19. Rev. J, , Ford Forsytl, was in charge and took for his sermon "The Christmas Story." Two an thems were anng by the choir, "Silent Night," and "Shepherds Awake From Your Drowsy Sleep." Agnes Wylie waa organist. The C.G.I.T. group took part in a candlellghtlng service, the rep resentation of the Christmas message. The church waa filled. The women's association of the United Church held a tea and sale of work in the Legion Hall Satur day, December 18 and almost 40 was realized, Tha curling rink opened Saturday evening, December 18, with 12 mixed rinks operating. ' BRIDE HONORED NETHERHILL The women of the Minor Lake district gathered on Monday afternoon to honor Bertha Herman, bride-elect of Christmas Day, After a short pro gram the unexpected arrival of the "groom" with his suitcases caused amusement, and Miss Herman was called upon to introduce him. Or- val Lafee was the substitute groom and his suitcases were packed with fine gifts for the bride. Those in charge were Mesdames R. Han non, Williams, George Anderson, Gulliford and Miss L, Lafee. Four Generations i i i it . V -t t w SP h'.A Si - ' , V f a. . K The four generations of Mrs. Annie Zick, oldtirner of Vanscoy, are shown In this picture. Mrs. Zick is a Dane by birth and 79 years of age. She left her native Denmark 55 years ago to settle in the United States. The family came across to Canada 39 years ago and farmed in the Goose Lake district for six years before going on a farm in the Vanscoy district In the picture with Mrs. Zick are her daughter, Mrs. J. R. Griffith; her granddaughter, Mrs, A. Adams, and great granddaughter, Arlene Adams, th latter three all of Saskatoon. Mrs. Griffith was born in the United States, but has resided in Saskatoon for the pnst 27 years. Biggar Choir and Artists Present Carol Program to Large Audience GREETINGS i From One Friend to Another And a Host of Good Wishes for the New Year STAFF. AND MANAGEMENT Empire Meat Co. Ltd. M0 SECOND AVENTE, SOUTH KHXXUiXXUKUXXXUXeiSiUUXUUftfllUUitKKKKtZ. BIGGAR. Monday evening, De cember 20, in tha Presbyterian Church, an organ and piano prel ude, "A Christmas Eva Memory,' by Mesdames H. McKenzle and A. Kranz, opened a . delightful pro gram of Christmas musio to a large gathering which had assem bled to sing the old familiar and loved Christmas carols. The choir under the direction of its leader and organist, Mrs. McKenzle, pleased the audience by singing the following carols: "March of Turenne," "Good Christian Men Rejoice," "God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen," "Jesus in the Manger," "Angela W Have Heard on High," "O Coma All Ye Faith ful," "Joy to the World," and "Silent Night" The choir also presented two an thems, "Hosanna We Sing,'' and Night of Nights," in which Jack Comer took the aolo parts. Soloists for the evening were Miss M. Al lan, who sang, "On That Blessed Holy Night" and -O'er Manger Bed,- and Mrs. Kran sang "O Holy Night" and "Jeau Bamblnol' Mrs. E. Parks, violin soloist, gave two selections, "Angels' Serenade," and "Ave Maria." Rev. R. D. Cur-rle read appropriate passages of Scripture during the program. Carols were sung by tha congrega tion, accompanied by organ, piano and violin. xne Fortnightly Club held a meeting at the home of Mrs. Ross King December 18, when Mrs. R. Buchanan and Mrs. E. R. McKay presented papers on the subject 'Uem Lore." Mrs. McKay gave a description of diamonds, their composition and color, the most famous of which is the Cullinan which was presented to King Edward VII of England by the Transvaal Government The Great Mogul Is a fa mous Indian stone steeped in the history of India and has mysteri ously vanished. The history and drama of other notable diamonds was reviuwed by the speaker. Mrs. Buchanan in talking of gems, took blrthstones as her subject, giving a description of the stone for each month. She told of the meaning, superstition and magi cal powers they are supposed to posses. We derive our habit of wearing blrthstones from ancient Hebrews, she said. A breastplate of Aaron the high priest was set with 12 precious stones and members of a tribe coum be identified by the atone each wore. Mrs. Buchanan, accompanied by Mrs, H. McKenzle, contributed a solo, "Rich and Bar Wert the Gems She Wore." FOUR PROGRAMS WASECA. The Waseca school Christmas; party was held on Mon day, and Doreen Bennett, the teacher, conducted a program which Included a Canadian pageant a play, "School Days," and contributions In drills, aolo, duets, and reg istrations ' by Mary Howson, Stan Bower, Glen Broadhead, Arthur Burt, Violet and Adeline Kraft, Betty Campbell, Edith Summer-feldt "Sonny" Kraft and Violet Kraft. Irene Campbell was mistress of ceremonies. - A Christmas concert was held in Forest Bank school on Friday, and Individual pupils took part in the program as follows: Duet, "One Dozen Roses," Christine Pike and Bernlee Armstrong; recitation, Mar ion Broadhead; duet, "I'm An Old Cowhand," Thelma Wesson and Iris Gaadhura; recitation, Joan Oakes; solo, Doreen Moss; recitation, Fred Finder; solo, Lois Cork er; recitation, Clifford Plnder; duet, "Deep in the Heart of Texas," Maureen Pike and Joyce Broad head; recitation, Bernlct Arm strong; recitation, Christina Pike; duet, Lois Corker and Doreen Moss recitation, Keith Evans; tap dance, Lois Corker and Joyce Broadhead. A Christmas party was held In Battlevale school oii Friday, under the direction of Miss E, Sciban, the teacher. The program was as fol lows: School chorus; play, "One Whole Dollar," Nellie Janus and Dorothy Christopherson; chorus, "Santa Lucia"; recitation, I Won der," Larry Hinde; dance, "Anni versary Waltz," Joyce Hlnde and Nellie Janus; play, "Christmas Fun," Gordon and R. McKerchar; dance, "Pink Lady," Dorothy Christopherson, Joyce Hlnde and Nellie Janus; school chorus, "Idle Hour"; dance, June Chlstopherson and Noelle McKerchar; chorus, school, "Sweet and Low." On Thursday evening, Waseca school concert was held In the school under the direction of the Junior teacher, Miss E. Coles. The program included the following numbers: Recitation, Helen Hogan; Gifts Exchanged By Homemakers NEHJ2URG. Tha Neilburg Homemakers held their Christmas meeting at the home of Mra. A. T. McAuslan on December 9, when Christmas carols were sung and small gifts exchanged. The members decided to sign the "Refugee Petition." The high school literary society held a meeting on December 10 with Adolph Klsslinger presiding, and it was decided to regularly buy a magazine suitable for each of the three rooms. Mr. Adam was ap pointed to purchase a radio for the school. Word has been received that Lieut H. D. Freeston Is "some where in the Mediterranean area,' and Gnr, Jack Parker is serving in Italy, Obituary R. McFADYEN t. E. FAWCETT ASQUITH. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur McFadyen, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Mc- Gowan, J. E. McFadyen of Asqulth, and Dave Fawcett of Saskatoon at tended the funeral on Monday of the late Roy McFadyen of Ruthllda, who died suddenly on Friday. De cember 17, at his home. Mr. Mc Fadyen was a veteran of the First Great War and had suffered poor health for some time, The funeral service was in charge of the Cana dian Legion branch. Word was received the same day, advising the family of the sudden death of another halt brother, the late J. E. (Ted) Fawcett at the West Coast The late Mr. McFadyen and Mr. Fawcett were half brothers and were well known here where they were born and bad lived until manhood. Mr. Fawcett went to the Coast about a year ago hoping that the change of climate might im prove his health. Burial will be made from his home there. VT. SCIIOLEY NETHERHILL W. Scholey died In the Klndersley Hospital on Tuesday, December 14. He was born at Brighton, Sussex, Eng land, 69 years ago. Ha came to Canada in 1911. He served four years in the First Great War, go ing overseas with the 49th Bat talion, Edmonton Regiment, and fought through the Battle of the Somme. In 1918 he married Mrs. Rose Millward coming to Canada in 1919, and settled in the Netherhlll district in 1920 where he resided until tha time of his death. The funeral service was held in the United Church on Saturday, December 18, with the Rev, Mr. Little officiating, Pallbearers were R. Herbek, George Craig, John Lowry, George Williams, Roy and Gordon Hannon, Burial was made In Netherhlll cemetery. ALBERT CLARKE NETHERHILL, The funeial service was held for Albert Clarke who died suddenly Friday afternoon, December 17, with the Rev. Mr. Little officiating. Pallbearers were George Craig, Fred Clarke,; Earl Heron and Robert Storey, Mr, Clarke was a bachelor and came to Netherhlll two years ago from Mllden. He is survived by a sister and brother In St Thomas, Ont, and one cousin, who attended tha funeral from Conquest drill, Christmas pennant; recitation, Walter Schlmelflnlg; drill, "Christmas Fairies"; choral singing, high school students. The chairman for the evening was J. Donovan. Tha winner of a cushion raffled was Marian Tebo, A collection of $11.76 was taken. ANNUAL EVENT GLIDDEN. The Glldden Com munity Hall was packed to the doors on Thursday evening, when the pupils of the Glldden school presented their annual Christmas concert The program which was varied and interesting, included patriotic drills, short sketches and vocal duets. Between acts of the play, "Tha Birds' Christmas Carol,' Verne Jackson and Rny Schater supplied muslo with a trumpet and accordion. Wilma Arthur was mas ter of ceremonies for the evening, Mrs. A. Rica was accompanist. Each pupil received a present from the school. WINS TURKEY ELS TOW. A Christmas concert sponsored by the Elstow school was held Tuesday evening. In the school auditorium, with Mr. Elliott as chairman. The program consisted of plays, songs, recitations, drills and dialogues. Santa Claua was present with gifts for tha children. A turkey was raffled Wednesday morning at the Elstow school, the winner being Janette McTelr, The proceeds will go to the Junior Red Cross. ALLAN. The annual Christmas concert of the Allan Public School was staged by the pupils in the C.C. Hall on tha afternoon of De cember 17, and the program was under the direction of the Ursullne Sisters. The program consisted of school choruses, dialogues and recitations. The various numbers were an nounced by Veronica Steckler and Bill Marback. A special guest of the afternoon waa Rev. Father O'Grady, who had been visiting his parents here at Allan. After the program Rev. Fathers Schulte and O'Grady extended their thanks to the staff and the pupils. The publio school will reopen on January 4. DEPICT NATIVITY SPRUCE LAKE. The Nativity was depicted by the children in th Spruce Lake school Chrlstmia eon-cert held on Tuesday night December 21, under the direction of the teachers, Isabel Turner and Vivian Heath, The Christmas story was told in song and recitation by the younger members of the school, and carols were sung. M. Cleve school trustee, was chairman, and Bert Hlgman was Santa Claus, SING CAROLS ASQUITH. Tha United Church Sunday echool held a Christmas entertainment in the basement of the church on Friday night, December 17. The Rev. R. W. Reid and T. J. McNalr were in chare of the games, Mrs. F, E. Woodslde conducted the singing of the carols Refreshments were served and th children were given the customary treat of candy. R. B. Warren superintendent, gave the closing remarks, wishing all a "Merry Cftrlstmas," Christmas services were held In each of the three churches on Sun day with special Christmas music The combined Christmas Day serv ice will be held in the United Church with R, Swanson, pastor of the Pentecostal Mission in charge Marguerite Dingwall will sing solo. THRFE PAGEANTS SOVEREIG N.-The annual Sovereign school Christmas concert and tree was held in the community hall on Tuesday evening, December 21. The varied program consisted of three pageants, songs, selections by the rythmn band, a reottatlon, and a one-act play. It was well pre sented and reflected many hours of bard work by the pupils and teachers, the Misses Beaton and Olaffson, and N. A, Jacques, At the conclusion of the program Santa arrived and distributed the gifts. , PLAY FEATURED LUSELAND. Tha annual Christ mas concert was held in St. John's United Church on Wednesday evening, by the teachers and pupils of the Sunday school. The church was well filled by parents and friends. The program comprised the fol lowing numbers: recitation by Doreen and Dorothy Sim, Arlene Weber, Howard Sim, Douglas Campbell, Doreen Weber, Rodney Peltron; song by the small children, "Jolly Old Santa Claus;'' exercises "Christmas Miracles;" reading, Joyce Oeelan; Christmas play "The Candle in the Window" by the older boys and girls; duet by Jean Love and Valerie Onerhelm; recitation by Louise Hughes; dialogue "Pre paring for Christmas;" duet by Evelyn and Dora Gerrard; Christ mas play, in three scenes "Katie at the Bat" Beth Love and Marian Hohman were accompanists. PAGE TWENTY-ONE Kinistino C.G.I.T. Holds . Candle-Lighting Service' KINISTINO.-The C.G.I.T. group held a candle-lighting service in the United Church parlor Tuesday, when the girls and their leaders, Miss E, Evans and Miss J. Holllngs-worth, sang carol and said special prayers in keeping with the Christ-ma season. On the previous Tuesday the group enjoyed a social evening with game and contests. R. McEwen ha been awarded second place in th whole of Can ada for the decoration of his hard ware store windows during the Fifth Victory Loan drive. Mr. Mc Ewen had arranged an -artistic display of beautiful photographs and snaps of all the men and women from thl district who are in the armed forces. A happy time was spent in St. Andrew's United Church, Kinistino, on Friday evening, at th Sunday School Christmas entertainment In past years a high standard has been set In these entertainment, and it was well maintained this year. The primary children under the leadership of Edna Roy, pleased everyone with their aotlon song, "Away in a Manger." An Intricate star drill was well performed by th junior girls under Beth Evans. PAGEANT An, interesting pageant of "The Nativity" was presented by the older girls and boys. The stage was beautifully decorated for the occasion and the parts were well performed. Mary and Joseph were represented by Beath Piercy and Don Campbell. Th readings were given by Lorn Rutherford. Th music in this event was particularly good, and the carols sung, was under the leadership of A. S. Rumbelow, B.A., who is directing th music of both Junior and senior choirs. Mr. Rumbelow was th piano accompanist throughout th entertainment. R. E. Forbes, superintendent of th Sunday School, welcomed those present, spoke of the meaning of Christmas, and then congratulated and thanked both the performers and those who had trained them. A special vote of thanks was ten dered to Mr, Home of the Forest Reserve for providing a fine Christ.-. mas tree, a service which he ha given for several years. Mother Sponsors Pre-Nuptial Tea f ELSTOW, Monday afternoon ' and evening Mrs. J. A. Stewart en- -, tertalned at teas In honor of her ' daughter, Margaret Katherlne, a bride-elect of this week, ' "X- In the afternoon guests were re-celved by Mrs, Swen Andreen. Tt register was In charge of Ruth' Vanderburgh, The lace covered tea , table was centred with a flower and candle arrangement, while mauve chrysanthemums decorated ' the living room. Tea honors wer performed by Mrs. W. Sherman and Mrs. W. H. Brown, Mr. Peter. ,' Stewart and Mrs. Ida Caffrey. Mrs. Alan Rugg, Mrs. Ralph Durnin, Mrs. Jack Ettle and Irene Trimble -served. Musical selections were' given by Mrs. J. Rusg, Mrs. B.JV Behan and Mrs. H. Young. Th ; trousseau and gift rooms wer In -charge of Mrs. Fred Hodge and Lorraine Vanderburgh. - . In the evening tea was poured ' by Marlon Warner, whll Jeanett McTier, Edith McMurtry and Betty " Robinson served, Musical selection were given by Jeanett McTier, Freda Sanderson and Mary Hook. The register was signed by mora ': than BO guests. -2. . ;; .CLUB REORGANIZES SPRUCE LAKE. Th Sprue Lake Calf Club waa reorganized at . a meeting held December 20, and -officers elected as follows: president, Lawrence Jackson; vice-president, Donald Ingram; secretary-, treasurer, Russell Arnold; leader H. R. Preston. i lis BEST CHRISTMAS WISHES In your family'! Joy you will find your greatest Christmas cheer STAFF AND MANAGEMENT ' OF J. H. Speers & Co. Ltd. SASKATOON 8 . ' a ft i TO YOU... I . . . OUR FRIENDS I ... OUR PATRONS ... OUR COMPETITORS AND TO ALL HEALTH, HAPPINESS and PROSPERITY HAMILTON & SON J Srd Ave. and tsth St g A Pleasant Christmas to everybody at Home and In our Fighting Forces. May all our old employees, relatives and friends be back at home to celebrate a Victorious 1944. DlSTRIOUTOnS ft AND STAFF i 4 ' a. ; - WOMAN INJURED KTNDERSLET. Mrs. Bulls of Madison Is a patient in th Klnder-ley Union Hospital, suffering from face nd ear injuries as a result of an accident when th car in which ah and her husband were driving upeet on th loos gravel between Klndersley and Glldden on Monday, December 20. The car, which they had Just purchased, waa almost completely wrecked. Mr. and Mrs. Bull wr returning to thl hnmi after transacting? busi ness and doing their Christmas shop ping in Klndersley, & 3 I- v i. i if .v i GEORGE NESBITT Prop. The Staff and V:r--a EXTEND CHRISTMAS GREETINGS TO ALL THEIR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS And Best Wishes for Their Health, Happiness and Prosperity GREY CAB Limited II, ff ' ' .1

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