1948-05-20 Page 8
Workers Bazaar Nets $100
(By Herald Correspondent)
CLARESHOLM, May 20-- More than $100 was realized from the tea, bazaar and home baking sale held by the Junior Women’s Association of the United Church Saturday. Presiding at the tea table during the afternoon were Mrs. S. Scott, Mrs. S. C. Williams, Mrs. W. J. Collett and Mrs. J. G. Dickinson, and Mrs. F. Fairbairn received at the door.
Mrs. A. W. Kennedy and Mrs. W. Rose were in charge of tea arrangements. Mrs. E. L. Pitt convened the bake sale and Mrs. W. C. Johnston and Mrs. K. Donaldson were in charge of the bazaar table.
AT A MEETING of the group at the home of Mrs. Don Torbitt a new slate of officers was elected. These comprise: president, Mrs. E. L. Pitt; fire vice-president, Mrs. Earl Stauffer; second vice-president, Mrs. A. J. Rutherford; secretary, Mrs. R. C. Duncan and treasurer, Mrs. K. Donaldson.
Mrs. W. J. Collett led the devotional and Rev. W. J. Collett, the guest speaker for the occasion chose the topic, "Live and Let Live" as it applies to adolescence which was followed by a discussion.
The June meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. F. Fairbairn.
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