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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD MONDAY, APRIL MILADI Phone 4040 If KOYAL FAMH.T ABE GCESTS AT WEDDING JjOXDOX Apnl Tie King arid Queen. Prin- cess Elizabeth, anc Margaret and Queen Mary attendee! TjedcjEg of Maj. BStrara Benton arc Miss Lsvinia Lascelles a: 3'- Georges Chapel is Cas'-Ie The bnde is the daughter of the King's private "Mellerdromah" on the L. C. L Stage ?t I winC today is apple-sreen; _ A "aright, yojjrs wine, Of jirring every bough. K suopleness within the dream reouilto SL. stir. the V. Hun: nave re- ue in Calgary the week-end rarnec u. aiter having visiting is the Mr. and Mrs. Charles a SydaL T. Osland., Among Sok have Mrt E. C. H. Schweitzer and Mrs. Ci. O'Meara. Tavlor of Calgary, re- cently returned from overseas. pass- Si the iasc e and Sr- while here he visited at me oi fete Mrs. Duncan Turner. completed the ensemble. Mrs. Helen Praser, of Toronto, only sister of the groom, was the bnde's .only attendant. SJM. Delben B. Hicss attended the groom. After a smaH receotion at the Chateau Launer the happy couple left or. a hcuevmoon trio to Moni- reaL The groom spent several vears overseas and is one of sons of Mr. and Mrs. Gray nho have all been in uniform during tne war. Vanden A wedcing was held ai the parsonage 'of the Monarch Reformed church on Tuesday. March when GLicjs. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 1 Potts of Coalhurst, in j marriage to Martin, onlv son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H Vancef Kerg, M. Moge- officaang. ate relatives were present i The once chose a tiro-piece IE powder blue with matching ac- 1 cessones and carriea a bouquet of pink carnations. The sncesmaic was Miss Jeanette Vanden Serg. sister of ihe groom. chose a ccloreo afternoon froci corsage of carnations. Mr. Kennetn the bride's brother, suaportea the groom. Afier the a .reception was fcela at the nome of the bnde. with 18 guests attending j she wedeing sucper. The taole centred bv a tnree-uered wed- Black cnns. fVth Aje. A. Tuesday, Apnl at St. Mary's WA. w Jl hold their j busaiess meeting in the Parish ,02 Tuesday at 2.30 P-CJ- j Mrs Mason's and Mrs. McVean's! 1 section of St. Ancreir's i Marks. 624 j afternoon. Apnl 2, at 3 o'clock, j Visitors j Members of the Junior A.Y.PA.J are asked to meet at the chm-chj hall at o.in.. from -a here tr.ey, leaie fcr the L.CX lo attend an e'.enms of plays. Today's Horoscope Mrs. G'e" E. Farrow, has been the 'guest of her sister. Mrs. J. James for the p-is-- -sreeks returned curing the end to her home_iJi Trocbu, CcL Ccnnae McCoU. -r-vod in the cirr at the Snilo. Man., to soend j The bnde and groom inll reside in Monarch. Thought for Today I iTVorsmo is not to the degree mat 't p'easss man I but m the measure or :ts exalta- :-on aac of God in You are 3. fairlv sood plaarjer if' today is your birthday, bui not a; As s. po'srer be-. hied "the tnrone vou can dn_ecr j others better doing- the thing yourself. Tour ambitions are high: and you mate great sacrifices :o! afairi them. Ton -3011 a haopyj home life and love tall play a great j part in voar life. The moon enters j Anes at" ajn. today. Mercury j enters Pisces at 1 -36 p.m_ Don't ex- periment Tnth psychic phenomena' this afternoon, and aioid oueer ori unusual c'lTscters. Late even-' ing reflect seriously on secret deter- minations before ion try to carry them tarougn. Mrs. C. A. Long has remmed to." herhome in the city after having spen; ths six weejss at Vic- tors. B.C. _ _ H. 3. Kennedy is leaving this evening to spend a holiday visting in Toronto. Yvonne Meldrum lefc at the to snend a few days this Tisiung'in Calgary. Societies i A Recipe for Today "VEr. and Mrs. "Wm. Hamilton -risiang in the city during t esid. Irom Macleod. C. A. Sco-tt left today to spend a short visitiag in Cal- Frienol-r Service Group of, Baptist Cnui-ch. tvill meet. 1st) at 5 pjn. at the j home of Mrs. Little, Iia3-6ih AVP i A Scats. The regular meeting of the Wo- men of the Moose "sill be held m iie Legion hall Tuesday, Apnl 2, at J TJ.iTAj Hostesses for the "Fill be Sisters Crowe. Goldie and Kodge. The Firs; United "V73US. are hold- ing a. rummage sale in the First RAISIX CAKE" Temperature- 300 degrees P. Time: hours. B. R- Chisrick is -visinag in guess at April- pic. e open at the city from. Calgary, a the Marqms hotel- The annllal of the Bosl- MaBnteM-adrttl.as return- Ggls of Weddings 1 r secuon of St. Ausustin's iHS.C C. Well Dressed Polish meets at the home of ilrs Forresi, meets at the home of ilrs Forresi, 628 seventh st. a, at 8 Tues- Woman Spend Sersplee notee To check the danger which faces the Greek people, the Greek War Relief Association is embarking on the moss estensive relief program ex'e1- undertaken since its founding on October 29, 1340. Give An Camnaign Detailed studies of Greek needs by the Greek War Belief As- and stabilize the economy of the' sociation and TJNRSA have given In his message. Mr. Skouras stat- ed that "in view of tne complete destruction of the economy of Greece during the occupation, K been impossible to AH -iWed AH sisters are urged ,o attend, _ ___ The History ana Current Events deraranens of the Mathesis Club will meet at the home of Mrs. R. A. Spring Chic A.E. CROSS SON THIRD AVENUE S. Oo YOU suffer from CRAMPS NEMNS TENSION H fcrale faodKxal moatiir disturtarscra V r vest, tseJ, oersoos. craniy at sccb tcBes try E. KaSjsam's Vegt- tabJe Cxrnpoand 10 rcEeve sach Kjuthaa's Cbopouml is a iHcrax sedaat ooe of tie raost eTeciira jncdiciacs jott caa bey to rcBcri sotJj dstiiss. by IKMXB HUDXUT A clear warm red tHK scsaos a bright gz? Packaged v.i supply of Clarsoa Face Powder Sl.OOO Ca- money to dress in a fashion _____able to that of a Xbrth Am- erican girl, bus getting clothes on her back is onlv half the problem often difficult to keep them there. Hold eras in. the streets of Polish eiaes snd large towns curing the night are freaueni and girls who start ou; fairly well dressed often have arrived at their destination clad only m their scanties Those Vrio nde trams during the dav, too. often find themselves bar- ing more than they wish It's a ra- ther common occurrence for bandits to board trains, go from coach to coach, stripping off coats, stock- ings, shoes dresses, jewelry and any object that suits their fancy. One Polish girl, travelling from. Cracow to Warsaw to be mamed. arrived sans trousseau, wearing only a. cot- ton tmaerdress and barefooted. Here's how prices run (about 100 Polisn zlocvs equal a Canadian dol- A pair of chiffon stockings, zloytys: two pieces of silk under- wear; 3500, one pair of shoes, 5.000 woolen dress. leather gloves 800- siU scarf, 1000: velour hat handbag, to night- gown, 3500; a second-hand Persian JUT a new fur. Writer Speaks to Women's Club HAMILTON, Apnl ist Nora Wain said -n an adoress Saturday there is a great need m Germany for the right kind of teachers, social -aorkers and Chris- tian nussionanes to treat and care for children and adults infected with "the diease of Nazism whiclr loss of tr.e war has r.ot cleared from many German minds." The Amencan-bom writer, who spoke to a meeting held under auspices of the Women's Canadian Club, said witft Gcrrnan chil- dren convinced her seme of them i had received Cnnstian Bible j leaching during the war. j She found aduits. in family groups, tried to teach children to "make do not to be bitter and not I to lie or steal. 1 On tee other hand she saw on a i tnp to Germar.v last jail that in i the case of outlaw bands led b> the rale was fittest. j I WAISTLINE SEAM! Just right! j c- rten- medicme.. Lantigcn is a. bacterial vac- cine in a dissolved is devoid of drags and safe to take. Lantigen wa natural aid. It is produced from the bacteria -which are peculiar to the par- ticular disease requiring treatment. In the preparation of Lantisen the or- ganisms are destroyed by a process of dissolution thus releasing the active principles from the bacterial bodies. Being1 in a, completely dissolved state the vaccine is operative locally by ab- sorption into the iissnes of the tongne. tonsils, throat, and ihe intestinal tract and is further operative by means or its distribution throughout the More than in Australia have enjoyed relief from the distress- ing cffeels of catarrh and allied con- ditions. By ADAMS The figure-flattery of princess 14. !6. 18. 20. Size 16 takes yards j 35-inch; varcl contrast. i j 20 cents to The Letlibridge Herald. Pattern for each pat- tern. Two time should be lowed for pattern to reach you. Use This Coupon. Print Your Nsme and Address Plainly. STOKES DRUG CO. LTD. Phone 2487 To: The Lelhbriage Herald, Pattern Lethbridge, Alta. Pattern 4798. Size Name Address Announcement is made that the play, "A Stranger will be given a re- peat performance by the MJA. Players of the L.DS. church Thursday evening at 8.15. This will be the last performance by this com- pany of this enthusiastically received plav. It wisl be stag- ed at the L-DS auditorium under the direction of May- dell C. Palmer in aid of the church building fur.d. All will oe welcome. A Dissolved to ie taken by Organs affected Catarrhal Poisons by J AN EMINENT PHYSICIAN "Writing in the "British if edical. speaks as follows in the issue cf January 15, 1936: !'In my experience, the oral antigens have been mostly employed for cases of Catarrhal infections, rheumatic con- ditions and catarrbal enterocolitis. Clinical response has been quite definitely This important statement, however, heralds the da-wn of great release for Catarrhal sufferers. DO THIS TODAY! Go to yoar Druggist and get details about the LANTIGEN treatment which will be most effective in your case, and which will help to prevent recurrence of this complaint. MAIL THIS COUPON TODAY ai all Drug stores i: sa.rah'e v.Zu. asa