The Chilliwack Progress (BC) 14 Oct 1936

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The Chilliwack Progress (BC) 14 Oct 1936 - Cheam j Eden" was the topic chosen for the...
Cheam j Eden" was the topic chosen for the short but inspiring Thanksgiving I i address by Rev. T. S. Paton. who stressed the point that all must live I j happily and contented even if the j Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. I world is in a chaotic condition. The J. Martin were Rev. and Mrs. Rol - church, filled with a large congre - ! land Rice, missionaries from the Ration, was decorated with bou - j Oriental Mission Society, Los An - quets of brightly hued autumnal geles, who are leaving soon for 1 flowers. ; missionary work in China. ! Order your Christmas greeting i Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Gillanders cards while the selection is com - i entertained at luncheon on Tuesday plete. Ask to see the samples at of last week. Guests were Dr. and Mrs. Kidd, Miss Lougheed, of Vancouver, and Dr. Maurice Haycock of Ottawa. Dr. Haycock came west to deliver a paper at the mining : convention recently helil in Van - ! eouver. Dr. Gillanders returned I with them to also attend the con - i vention. Dr. Kidd, Dr. Haycock The Progress ollice. Atchelitz Atchtlitz schoolroom P. - T. A. met in the ednesday evening and Dr. Gillanders attended Prince - when the following oflicers were ton University together. Mr. and Mrs. Harold White and son, of New Westminster, were Thanksgiving guests at the home I of Mr. and Mrs. J. Bathgate. Miss Enid Chadsev, R.N., Van elected: president, H. E. Jackson: vice - president, K.Boake; secretary, Miss E. Cole; treasurer, Mrs. Tho's. Lewis; program committee, Mrs. G. Gorham and Miss E. Marr. Tuesday evening the Young couver, spent the holiday with her People's Society met at the home ! parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Chadsey. : f Mr. and Mrs. A. Toop. Plans ! Mrs. Nelson Short and Miss Ber - , were made for a rally and for pic - nice Short spent the week - end as j turcs to De shown in the hall, fol - lowed by a social hour. Miss May Cummins is visiting in Vancouver. Master Denny Osborne of Vancouver is spending two weeks at the home of Mrs. Clarence Newby. Mr. E. Willis is on a ten - day hunting trip to Bridgewater district. Mr. F. Hubbard visited in Vancouver during the week. Monday and Tuesday in Vancouver, u ' v' u.n'u,,,,,,.. L, ' t'.,,i,V 1 ! Mr iin,i Mro Tv ti,, i n.v u bourne, b . Hubbard and ' 'pillv 'i 't.,m,i tv wnct G' "'"Htson, have gone to Inv minster, were holiday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Parker. guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. Jewell Vancouver. Miss Julia Stevenson left Sunday for Vancouver, having spent the summer months the guest of her brother, Mr. Wm. Stevenson. Miss Rosie Mitchell of Vancouver was a week - end guest at the home tif her parents, Mr. and Mrs, D. Mitchell. Mrs. W. J. Allan. C.B.E., spent be the for an on at - 885 784 at 3 do Cheam is pleased to welcome to its vicinity Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Johnston and family, who have recently moved here from East Chilliwack. They have taken up residence in the former home of Mrs. Chas. Edmondson. Mr. and Mrs. George Kerr returned home Thursday from Vancouver. Miss Alice Gibbons of Vancouver is a holiday visitor with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. Gibbons. Mr. A. W. Dickinson spent a few days at the coast city recently. Mrs. G. W. WiUett and daughter j CollinSi jfrs. L. q. Patterson mete where two months will spent. The Women's Institute met in the hall Thursday evening with ten members present. Mrs. G. Gotham was appointed delegate to attend the convention to be held at Lang - ley Fort the end of October. A series of bridge and whist drives were planned. Farmers' Institute members joined the ladies and partook refreshments. Mrs. F. Hubbard entertained her neighbors at tea Friday afternoon, the invited guests being Mrs. W. Carman and daughter Ida, Mis. Tom Hubbard, Mrs. Longthorne, Mrs. G. Irwin, Mrs. T. McAloney, Mrs. O. Byrne, Mrs. Hallman, Mrs. and arrived on Tuesday to visit her j parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Rock - ' well, for a few weeks. Mr. and 1 Mrs. Willett have recently returned i from a holiday trip to eastern Can - ' ada and the United States. I Mr. G. Bellefontaine visited at Douglas DeWolfe visited at the home of his mother for Thanksgiving. Alex. Adams is spending a week with friends in New Westminster. Miss Grace Lapp, Sumas, Wash., ia viuitincr sit tho lu.mo .,f hor mint the coast city during the week - end. j and uncle Mr ami Mrs R M tongraiuiauons are Deing ex - : MacDonald tended to Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Flem ing on the arrival of a daughter, born at the Chilliwack Hospital, Saturday, October 10. Dr. Earl Gillanders left Wednesday via the Canadian National for Eastern Canada, where he has accepted a position in geological work in Northern Ontario and Quebec. Mr. Lloyd Short of Vancouver was a visitor at his home here during the week. Mr. W. H. Davison of North Vancouver was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Rockwell recently. Air. and Mrs. J. Baird, Vancouver, were Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Parker; also Mrs. E. A. Orr, Chilliwack. 1 Mrs. J. Grossman of Chilliwack j received a corsage of violets in - I stead of Mrs. D. Barton during the ! Camp River W. A. meeting held at j the home of Mrs. C. Grossman, as repotted in the last issue of Cheam j news. It was decided to form a Junior Red Cross Society by a number of ; Cheam girls, who met in the hall I Friday afternoon. The meeting was : conducted by Miss Katie Mitchell ! and the officers elected for the j coming term were: president, Miss j i Ileane Parker; vice - president. Miss j I Ruth Jinkerson; secretary - treas - ' urer, Miss Tillie Hoffman; recrea - 1 j tion convener, Miss Bernice Short; j I culture convener, Miss Phyllis ; Jinkerson, and pianist, Miss Doris j j Wallace. ' A Thanksgiving cantata entitled "Festal Song" (Turner I was beau - ! I tifully and ably rendered by Rosedale United Church Choir in Cheam Church Sunday morning. The solo parts were effectively taken hv Mrs. J, Pake. Mr. L. Lobb and Mr. E. Edmondson. Mis. S. Heal assist - i ed as organist. "Our Garden of Mrs. Gorham visited in Belling - ham during the week. The Community Club met Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. A. Merritt. Future work of the club ( Natural flavor Most housewives City Apricots popular fruits. appropriate for any essert, cocktail.

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