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M. Saville and expressing appreciation for the hospitality was Miss Ruth Wilson, third vice-president of the CABA. Descriptive Wordi Seem to Be Lost SAN FRANCISCO -(UP)-Ju-venile authorities here have begun a new kind of experiment in handhng delinquents compulsory psychiatric treatment. A "pilot project" has been undertaken at the Child Guidance Clinic of Childrens Hospital. De- DEAF? HEAR! Wlthtat killMlfl wlrn, 11 Uirtfktnr Lllflim iv Worlds imillril ld.
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Serve in glasses pschiatric treatment. "We hope to provide an outlet for the delinquent to work out his internal conflicts without getting into more trouble," said Dr. Maurice Kaplan, head of the clinic. TO CALGARY Mr. and Mrs.
E. H. Henley left for Cal- BANQUET. Cara Arnica Club will hold a banquet at 6 30 Visit The Maumell DBeaiiDtly v- gary to attend the wedding of O.c,ock Mond evening the them son Robert, and Margo Room at The Elite when a Kathm. which takes place Easter presented to Miss Monday.
Miss Pat Henley leaves 3 by plane Sunday. 0 0 0 EMBERS of XI Gamma Exampler, Beta Sigma Phi, 1 A enjoyed a combination Chinese and birthday party Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. D. Gaunt. Chinese lanterns and gay colored streamers ornamented the rooms where the 15 guests played Chinese checkers.
Forming fun was the opening of birthday gifts after which a buffet supper of Chinese food was served. Mrs. D. Lockhart was in charge of the delightful arrangements and assisting were Mrs. D.
Fraser, Mrs. W. Pendlcbury and Mrs. A. J.
Peacock. RUTH MI1.LETT Weve gained a lot of mw words irr the last 30 years. Bit weve discarded a lot good fd descriptive terms, too And oftn, we havent come up with a bertr term to take the place of the at-da'ed one. Remember A drss could be "tacky." A person eotld be "tacky" and an act could be described as "a tacky thing to do. Cheap doesn't take the puce of tacky, but its the neagst thing weve got as substitute Remember the "grass widoi? When one woman referred to another as a "Brass widow tire was a hint of disapproval jmd distrust that the term divorce" doesn't carry.
With the nurjier of divorcees there are m(the country today, perhaps tha is just as well. And then there was the "hack sheep" the family no-good who was a throwback" to somedis-tant, disreputable ancestor. Now we have juvenile delinquentswho grow up to be social misfiC because of an unfortunate jome environment, I Your Modern Shopping Centre Salon S'f I 'V -i HONORED Ivory tapers embedded in clusters of mauve violets formed a lovely Easter table centre, when Miss Mona du Charlard entertained honor of her sister, Mrs. Claude Marx. Mrs.
Marx, the former Jeanette du Chalard, is renewing acquaint ances in the city, and visiting her mother and family. She leaves for her home in Paris, France, next week. i L-o-v i Hair Cuts -ly- I Professionals ft Annual Party for Itibhoners Members of the Womens Christian Temperance Unia are planning their annual Little Vhite Ribboners party and progran for 2.45 oclock Wednesday, Afil 9, In the lower hall of the Salation Army Citadel. Mothers andtheir children will be guests a this function and Sen. Capt.
Morrison will be the guest spakcr. Mrs. Goosen will entertan the children with a flannetraph. Other interesting items arem the program. A tA EASTER GUESTS Diane and Darria Martin aie here from Moose Jaw spending the Easter holidays with their grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. G. W. Harrington, University Drive. SPRING TEA Nutana Juniors and Nutana Sigma Chi Hi-Y girls entertained at a pleasantly planned spring tea in the YMCA auditorium when a special feature was a fashion show from Kayllars with Betty Jo Cummings doing the commentating and high school girls acting as models.
Performing tea honors on occasion were the Mesdames J. D. Mc-Askill, W. Wozniak, F. Mayer, J.
Everhardt, C. Thompson and H. Arnold, A bake sale added interest. SHOWER Members of the 1960 diploma class of the University Hospital entertained recently at the home of Dfc A. C.
H. Wensley and Mrs. Wensley in compliment to Miss Joy Stothers, a May bride-elect. During the evening a mock wedding was presented and guests enjoyed assembling a bridal book. A suitable gift for her new home was presented the bride-to-be.
Her mother, Mrs. W. G. Stothers, presided at the gaily trimmed tea table. There was that most descriptive word, "prissy, too.
If you said a girl or woman was "prissy" you didn't need to go into any details. Now we have the term perfectionist," but it doesn't mean quite the same thing. The "prissy" girl d.dnt strive for perfection she thought she was perfect. A steady, ambitious young man was considered a good catch," which certainly is a more descriptive term than the one we use now, eligible bachelor. And when a girl went after a good catch" folks said she had "set her cap" for him.
It wasn't a very elegant expression, but when it was said that a women "wore the pants in the family," no further description was necessary. Now it is so common for a wife to make the important decisions that we don't even have a derisive term for one who does. Children who talked back to adults were "sassy," once upon a time. Now, unfortunately, when children talk back they are only expressing a "perfectly natural resentment against adult authority." So the change in language more often than not reflects a very real change in attitudes. Engagements Mr.
and Mrs. R. Wyn-yard announce the engagement of their daughter Eileen to Tom McLcllan, son of Mr. and Mrs. W.
B. McLellan, Saskatoon, Wedding to take place May 3, 11.00 a.m. at St. Joseph's Church, Saskatoon. Mr.
and Mrs. William Edison George, of Saskatoon, announce the engagement of their daughter, Beverley Anne, to Allan Glen Pettigrew, son of Mrs. Florence Pettigrew of this city and the late James Harold Pettigrew. The wedding will take place on Friday, May 2, in Grace United Church. Mr.
and Mrs. Gordon F. Couch, announce the engagement 1 of their only daughter Eileen 'Marian to Ronald Jack Middle-mass, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Middlemass of Saskatoon.
The wedding to take place at 2 p.m. at St. Thomas-Wesley United Church, May 3. Mr. and Mrs.
Clifford Hill announce the engagement of their only daughter Doreen June to Brian Lloyd Kilpatrick, son of Mrs. W. Kilpatrick and the late W. R. Kilpatrick, all of Saskatoon.
Wedding to take place on Saturday, May 3, 1958 at 4 p.m., at Christ Church, Saskatoon. Mrs. M. L. Nunnerley oNBran-don, wife of the late Mr.
George Nunnerley, announces the en-' gagement of t.ieir only daughter, Patricia Alice to Mr. Ronald F. Risteau, youngest son of Mrs. Jean Risteau of Saskatoon, and the late Mr. William Risteau.
Wedding to take place on Friday, May 2, 7 p.m., at St. James Anglican Church. 4 $1.00 Mi I JL S' f''v 5 1 iwbii'4L sfreUy war wMurti, Modern Individual Booths Styled in Black Bamboo Draping And Furnished for Privacy and Efficiency li Held Mothers Day Last February OTTAWA- Although Mothers Day officially does not arrive un til May, women in Port Robinson, Ontario, had their own special Mothers Day in February. They dedicated a whole day to mothers in Korea and in refugee camps in the Middle East. Their day was spent launching two work projects for the Unitarian Service Com mittee, the "Pullover Parade," to make warm, long-sleeved sweaters for shivering Korean children, and a layette project, to provide layettes for new-born infants in the Middle East.
Their sweaters and layettes will be sent to the USC office at 78 Sparks Street in Ottawa. Right Before Your Eyes! Yes, ladies, right your eyes you can see tired looking, dull fugs come to life again and sparkle fresh as new) TIIE CALENDAR We IFcajLiwc: New Permanent Waves! New. Specials for Spring! Miss Della Turnbull, manageress of the Marvel Beauty Salon, has just returned from Chicago and St. Paul, where she completed special post graduate training in the very latest methods of permanent waving. Every permanent wave at the Marvel is given by a staff of fully qualified experienced operators under the special supervision of Miss Turnbull and carries a full guarantee of satisfaction.
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The MIRACLE treatment that conditions the hair while it curls and leaves your hair gleaming soft with a cold wave that lasts and lasts. 7 Nutana Circle of Miriam Re-bekah Lodge will meet at 8 oclock Tuesday evening in the Nutana Legion hall, 906 Fifth Street. VON pre-natal class will be held at 2.30 oclock Tuesday on the third floor of the City Hall. Sunshine Circle of Chapter No. 4 will meet at 2.30 oclock Tuesday with Mrs.
C. Schmitt, 302 Tenth Street. Military Chapter, IODE meets at 2.30 oclock Monday afternoon at headquarters. March Circle of St. James WA meets at 8 oclock Tuesday evening with Mrs, J.
Adams, 909 Temperance Street. Legion Carpet Bowling Club will hold an official tournament at 8 o'clock Monday evening in the Legion hall. Womens Auxiliary of the University Hospital will meet at 2 oclock Wednesday afternoon at Ellis Hall when there will be a panel discussion on "Building Our Public Relations. Monthly bingo to be held by the Ladles Unit of the Army, Navy and Air Force Veterans has been postponed for a month fiom next Monday. Saskatoon Chapter of the SRNA will hold its annual membership tea at 8 oclock Monday evening in Ellis Hall, University Hospital.
A cordial invitation is extended to all nurses. CCF Womens Group will hold a whist tea at 2.30 oclock Mon day afternoon in the Hudson's Bay auditorium. Margaret ODell Circle of Calvin Church meets at 8 15 oclock Wed nesday when plans will be made for catering. Evening Branch, St. Johns Cathedral will meet at 8 oclock Tuesday evening at the deanery, 3Iarvel Dream Permanent So soft so natural, a cold wave of long lasting loveliness, without harshness or frizzyness that ran be set in any style immediately.
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Singing Group of the Ladies Auxiliary to the Western Museum will meet at 7.30 oclock Tuesday evening in the OAP clubrooms. CNR Veterans Association will entertain friends at a social evening at 8 oclock Tuesday evening in the CNRA hail. Kiwaniannes will meet at 8 oclock Tuesday evening at Clinton Lodge when a good program will be presented. Emmanuel Baptist WA meets at 8 oclock Tuesday with Mrs. Cecil Summach, 923 First Street, east, with Mrs.
Ted Summach as cohostess, Naomi Circle of Second Street Church meets at 8 oclock Tues day with Mrs. E. Hogarth, 112 First Street, east. St. Frances CWL has postponed its meeting until April 14.
Murray Circle of Knox Church WA meets at 3 oclock Tuesday with Mrs. W. E. Lovell, 1224 Elliott Street. Open carpet bowling tournament will be held at 2 oclock Wednesday afternoon at Third Avenue United Church and sponsored by the Caswell Hill circle.
There will be good prizes and refreshments. Saskatoon Chapter, No. 4, OES, will meet Monday at 8 oclock in the Masonic Temple. Afternoon WMS Auxiliary of St. Thomas-Wesley Church will hold its Easter thankoffering at 2.30 oclock Tuesday in the lower hall when Mrs.
G. B. Mather will be guest speaker. This will be an open meeting to which friends are invited. Brigadier Potts Chapter, IODE, will hold a business meeting at 8.15 oclock Monday evening at headquarters.
ETIQUETTE DOES ENGAGEMENT PARTY CALL TOR GIFTS? I am invited to an engagement party and wonder if I am supposed to bring a gift. What is the rule on this? LOUISE DAVIS ANSWERS: There is no rule that one must take a gift an engagement party. First of all is the sincere desire to give, rather than an obligation that you must give. An invitation to a party shouldnt he the signal for a hint, either. If you are a close friend of the bride-elect, her fiance or either of their parents, you might want to give something.
If you do, you can take it with you to the party or you can have it sent. It is not necessary that it arrive on the day of the occasion, for chances are that there will be little or no time to open gifts, especially if there will be many people present. It isnt the party that warrants gifts, its the engaeement itself, party or no party. If your friendship with the couple or their parents is remote, I see no reason for the desire to give. It would be flattering that you were invited to the party, but whv compensate for the flattery to that extent? The young couple probably want the world to share in their happiness.
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