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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 2, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD TUESDAY, APRIL ENGAGED MILADI Phone 4040 Australia, for Jean McGiil Brown. Mrs. S. J. Teake was a Mondav. afternoon hcwess iMsen sha enter- tamed at tee tea hour, menting Mrs. Delman OBrn APRIL SOXG J-es-d a sicgisg is fee rai Amors the branches of a oudein tree. the p of mist absolved across lain ssursaired the is visiting here from Ivanainio, B.C. Mr. enc Mrs. Teake re- luraed to ihe frcni Vancouver and San Francisco. oar verv generous nature TOU are imposed upon oy others You are sociable and gracious, ana have a pleasing personality. You out-door life, and are es- 14-l'EAJt-OIJ> DIVORCEE BACK AT SCHOOL Guest Speaker this >car peciaily fond of flowers. Your faai- is cear to jou. and :ou will aJwajs have many friends. Sohe vour" indiYicual oroblems mtlsou; help Obstacles may beses voa: use tact to them. Adopt an easv pace tins afternoon ane guaro your valuanles througn intellectual efforts eiemng. eariv. even though hoDes may seeni to be Dont oe irised aelays. j Students Present Group of Plays MEMPHIS, Tenru April 2. Pearl 14-vear-old divorcee, is pre- paring to return to eignih grade, but she sajs beei a married it's going to be pretty dull run- ning around uith junior high school kids." Ijena was grant- ed divorce last from Seaman Thomas C FranSx whom, she married isiea she was 13. She was mamed with the consent of her mo- ther, -aho herself was s. onoe at 12. Weddings vanished like the mornings I hesrc a rocm sieging in the rain! Rcbma ilonkman. Personals Miss Fatncia had zs house guest Miss Edgar of Macleod. Frisnds of iGss Viola Hemitz be interested to know that she wJ be the end of the month 'or" San Francaco, where she voll Blaster Sunday APHH. 21 BUY YOUR CARDS NOW A.E. CROSS SON THIRD AViLMJE SOT3TH Mr. fe- ,o- the champion, a guest Ja; the Marque hoteL FO and Mrs Arnold SIcTrowe re- home in Toron'o Prevaoas her ceparture for fellow members of me stafi of the j P-cval Bank. She vras presentee1 with a gifs of remembrance, after an enjoyaole evening was concluded witn'a tnestre -pany. Mr. and Mrs. It K nvcG in the city from Medicine Hat. former wens to meet landed in Canada Friends will be sorry to learn that Miss Dorotny Fulton is a patieni in Gs.1- hospital. j Mr E: Ai-chison. accompan-ed by Hooinson ar- Mr. Qeorge Altchisoa, lefr The latter will Belcher hos- ia% eienmg i Monoar for Calgary 1 where the 5 jje a patlent in the CoL wife. wno aooarc the Mauretania, from Edinburgh, Scot- land. Miss Sellie "Walker, regea- of the Jane Megarry Chapter, LOJXS.. left i oy Diane for Somonton to attend the "annual meeting 01 :he Provm- cial T.OJD2L Sstner Ferguso- is visiting Among the guests at the Marquis hotel are Mr. and Mrs F. W. Hen- cerson no are visiting in the caty from Calgary. "Mr. Dommico Baceda left for Edmonton Sunday night where he will receive mecical attention. The Srst of this grouo of one-act plavs sat -Little Darlms an amus- icg remedy about a ear-old. Jessie Burton, portraied bv Adeune Royko Jessie does not. approve of 'he behavior of her older scphisTi- cated sister. V'ola. oy Doro-hy nd proceeds to do scme- finallv succeeds was a orama and; a difficult play for a j school sroup. was well acted The; trie was "The Trees of His Father." with Malcolm Asplund pSayang: "SA1ADA Feard Reeder MSDICIKH Avenue United cnurch was scene of a noon wedcing on "Wednes-! da-.. March 27. 1946. Reedei. ot Medicine Hat, acd Fte Kaymonc William Peard. No 33 Csr. o- provincial organizer for MRS. F. KAPS DREW OX COCKTAIL FLAN TOKONTO, April Premier Drew of Ontario to Mane Antoinette and her famous mark: "Let them eat cake" referring to the starving poor re- in of gressive member of the legislature for Toronto Bella cods told the leg- islature Monday: "Returning veter- ans are asking for homes and Drew says: 'Let them go to cocktail lounges'." His reference was to the establishment of cocktail lounges, recently announced the France. A. A. Macleod, Labor Pro- iOcEano" government. Veterans Guard of Canada, were uaitec to marriage. Her. S. H. Irv- ing officiated. The bride is the eldest daughter of Mr. ana Mrs. George Reeder of this city and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Peird of Taber, Alta. Mr. and Mrs. G Reeder. Mrs S. H. Irving and Mrs. D. H. In ing fere witnesses. Schneider Krauss MSDICTXS HAT. A pretiy -Breeding took pl United Church ce in Salem March tne Home and School association, ho vnll be use guest speaker at the Ladies' Organization for Cmc Improvement meeung Weonesday j eie'msg at 8 o'clock in the Red Cross rooms. Mrs. Symons will outhne I the steps necessary hi organizing 1 the Home and Scaool association in. Le'horioge's pubhc scnools. All in- terested ladies are invited to at- tend from 9 to 10 p-m. "ifcii on part of the sraooora father Aucrey 35, when Eva, youngest daiighter of j Thought for Today Palfrey plaved the pair of Lucj Rol- hns. his vinfe. The daughter ivas portraved by Carol Pitcher, the hired man b% Donald Steele and the carpenter by John Mutchmor The 3naf presentanon was a meiodrania entitled "Sfera Upshot's Tnumoh." This play was complete the besuuful young daughter. the crafty villain and the hancsome hero, and was treil received by the enthusiastic audience During the intermissions Glee Singers, accompanied by Joan Rylands. were heard and also Don- ald Andrews, pianist Mr W A. Sea is In charge of the dramatic classes as the Collegiate. LITTLE LULU Snow you what it is to be a chile? Is is to cohere in love, to believe in loveliness, to believe in belief; u is to be so e tnas me elves can reach to whisper In your ear; it is to turn Dumpkins into coaches, and mice into horses, lowness into loftiness, and nothing into everything, for each child has Its lairy godmother in rs souL Francis Thompson. and Societies The Lethbndge Women's Insti- tute are holding a, pantry and apron. sale in the Gas Co aucttonum on Thursday, April 4, from 2 to pin- Tea. caiEaxn salsa also be served. The regular meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary to the Armv and Navy Veterans will be held in the duo Rooms on Wednesday, April 3, at 3 p.m. Jlrs and Mrs Davie's sec- tion of St Andrew's Ladies' Aid will meet az tne home of 3Irs Davie. 1733 Avenue Xorth, on "Wed- nesdav afternoon at 2.30 pm. The Women's Auxiliary to ihe ITJktCJL will meet Wednesday af- ternoon at 2.30 o'clock as tne Victoria lodge Ko. 116, will meet at tne nome of Mrs. S Gardiner, suite 8, Ko I on Wednesoav nignc for a nracace, The Ladies' Auxiliary to "the Brothernood of Railroad Trainmen will hold their regular meeting Wednesday evening, April 3. in the LOO.P. hall. All memoers of tne Fun Low-cost A Recipe for Today Mr. and Mrs. WilLam Krauss of this city, was unsred in marriage to Kenneth Leroy Schneider, son of Mrs. George Haig of Coleridge. Alta Rtv. Paul H- Hedige- officiated The bnde, in a white floor-length i gown and finger-tip veal, carried a bouquet; of talisman roses and white carnations. Miss Malba Deer- ing, in s. pastel blue gown and carrvmg pink carnations was the bnde's only artendani. Mr. P. Deer- ing attendee, the groom. Mrs. P B. Heciger played the wedding music. The young couple will make their home at Dundam. Sssk. OATMEAL CRISPS Tern.Derar.ire: 400 degrees P. Time- 10-12 minutes. cup shortening I ij CUD brown sugar j CUDS rolled oats cup sifted all-purpose flour j teasooon salt U teaspoon bafong soda teaspoon, baking powder %1 cua cold water Cream together the shor-ening and brown suear; add the rolled oats: add the sifted ingredients altexnatelv with the cold water. Mix well, then chslL Roll quite thin on the board, cut into rounds with a 2-inch flourec. cutter ?lHce on an oiled cookie baLe in a mod- erately hot oven -unnl crisp and golden, brown. together In nalrs raisin filling. This quantity makes 40 cookies SCREEN STAB WEDS NIGHT CLUB COMIC MIAMI SSACH. Pla April 2 Stewart, screen starlet, and Joe EL Lewis, nlgns ciuo comic were mamea in the Belmar hotel here Sunday. The ceremony was performea m the presence of scores of fnenas of the couDie including Mr- and Harry Hichman. Jackie Coogan ana CoL Clarke of Quebec. NO OTHER LIKE IT KLEENEX NO OTHER UKJE drill team are asked to note that a. anil practice will be held Wed- nesday afternoon at 2.30 sharp Also, all members are remmaed to nand in their names for invitations bv Wednesdav evening. Hostesses wffl be M. Wobxck. 2T. Walker, H. Seaman, E. McCahexty, M. Mars- den and E. McLean. The regular montaly meetang of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Ladies' Aid will meet in the scnool room on Thursday, April 4, at 3 pjn. All women of tne congregation cordial- ly invitee to attend. Faith Rebekaa lodge Ko S3 are holding a tea on Wednesday after- noon, April 3, at the home of Mrs. R. Gilmour, SOI Kmth avenue south Sisters Wicks, Walsn and Gilmour are the hostesses. The Ladies' Aid of English Lutheran church will meet on Wednesday afternoon, April 3, at the home of Mrs M. Gavron. 721 16tn street north. All the ladies of the cnurch and their friends are cordially invited. The regular meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary to Canadian Forces will be held in tne hall, Wednes- day. April 3, at 2-30 pja. A full attendance is requested as there wul be election of officers Hostesses will oe Mesdaines Aitken, J. Bark- 'ey, R. Barkiey. The Women's Association of tha First Tjnised church will hold their regular meeting on Thursday, April 4, at 3 pjta. in the church hall Hostesses will be Mrs. W. Martin and Mrs. C. King. The monthly meeting of the Church of the Nazarene Missionary Society wsl! be held on Wednesday. Aani 3, at 8 P.SI., at 1314 Third avenue rorth Special "feature of the evening is "Surprise Feature." for BETTER SLflP... BETTfR MGfSTfOff. BETTER HEALTH! Wart to bnghten UP bare spots in i your home0 Scatter rugs do it1 ,These directions tell you how to! hoofc. braid or crochet them and durable scatter KLEENEX is back again in the regular 9X10 size "lONC.fl WMI'CI fVft rugs from gat scraps! Instructions 7222 has directions for nine rugs; i list of materials; pattern pieces Send 20 cents to the LethbrWgej I Herald, Pattern Dept, for each pas- j tern. Two weeks' time should be .allowed for pattern to reach you. i Use This Coupon Print Your] i Name and Address Plainly. i To: The Lethbridje Heral'l, Pattern DepU Lethbridje, Alta. Pattern 7222. Size Jfarae Address 'PERIODIC' Female Weakness Make you fed miserable on such days? If joe toffer moctWy erases with: periodic Lydia E- Fiakiaia's Vegetable Cosiponnd 10 re- lieve SKh symptoms. Fuiham's Coro- jnost effective fsn bay to tdieve this istttst. She'll Like YOUR PHOTO A charming Clarke Photograph of you will thrill mother no end on her day. Shell prize it al- ways and give it the place of honor among her treasures. Make an appointment NOW while there's -still time. Group Clarke Studio Downstairs, SIcFarland BIdg. Phone 2010 Rummage Sale SPONSORED BY LETIIBRIDGE QUOTA CLUB ST. PATRICK'S HALL Z PJt OPPOSITE CJJL DEPOT TOMORROW, Wed., April 3rd The Powerful Play of Modern Life "A STRANGER PASSES" Repeat Performance Will Be Presented THURSDAY EVENING APRIL 4, AT In the Auditorium of the L.D.5. Church Admission: Adults, 50 cents; Students, 25 cents. AH Proceeds is aid of the Church Building Food GIVE TO CONQUER CANCER Alberto Branch of CANADIAN CANCER SOCIETY opens Campaign to Fight Cancer OBJECTIVE Period April 1st April 30th, 1946 and of the Alberta Branch of the Canadian Cancer Society: Patron ............................His Majesty the King Honorary Presidents ..............Dr. J. S. McEachtrn Dr. "W. H. McGuffin President Alexander Calhonn Tice-President ....................Mr- W. M. Porterfield Treasurer ......................Mr. Walter Geddes Secretary .........................Mr. G. M. Pettinger WHAT WE ARE PLANNING FOR ALBERTA CD Through the distribution of literature, the use of films, the spoken word, and every agency of modem publicity to reach every community, every person in the Province, and so create a. heal- thv. sane attitude toward cancer. Pear is our worst enemy, knowledge our great ally 3p the fight against cancer. (2) Oar aim should be nothing less than to see that the best medical skills and the finest cancer- Sghtmg techniques are easily accessible and im- mediatelv available to every cancer case. The Government Cancer Clinics are the proper agencies to supplv this need. We think these Clinics should be mane full-ttee Ctaics just as soon as this is necessary to effec- tive action against cancer. (3) We aim to set ua in afl towns and c.ties a permanent local organization or committee wiUi which our Provincial Office can keep in touch. A Campaign of this Icind requires money, j Kence the modest objective Of for the] Province. ALBERTA GOVERNMENT CANCER SERVICES Tee Provincial Department of Health oper- ates two Cancer Diagnostic Clinics: (1) At Holy Cross Hospital, Calgary, every Riday afternoon from 2 pm, to 6 pjn. (2) At the Provincial Building1, Soniontors, every Tuesday and Friday, from 9 ajn. to I pjn. To be admitted to the Clinics, patients must present the official form signed by their family physician. Diagnosis is free and subsequent treatment by X-rays, Radium or Surgery is free. If authorized in -writing by tee Clinic. HELP SAVE PRECIOUS LIVES- CONQUER CANCER Annual membership or more SEND YOUR DONATION TODAY Provincial Headquarters, The Canadian Cancer Society, 122 8th Ave. W, CALGARY. Alta. I eadox t................ to belp 6KM Caocer ua sny province. It u nndezszood thzt yoa will send me a statement of yonr activities ind expenditures for tic 12 April 30, 1947. Prev.. SPAPFRf ;