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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 3, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8, MILADI i! 1! Lethbridge Girl Wed in Toronto Phone Women's Phone 4040 can eter hope to s2ss re- uon la Saskatoon where she tbe of Mr. and Mrs. S. r -was 1 filled -Kith melody of gold j that a robin carols in MS lanes Where in the city tocay to attend the lyes- nuotials icos this siorriig. Tsro of the Leth- Tvard of tbe church hope Q As as the redstart's splen- did cress. Ana fujile is her search to line the yyss. e "Wherein the bluebird doas her love- _____ are Miss ArviBa giiith and Miss Catherine Grunea-ald. Miss Smith wi-1 serve in the Central PaciSc Mis- s'on in the Kairaiian Island and Miss Grunewalri in she Capaoian Mission -Kith headquarters in To- TORONTO, April There's a new icachlr.e pa exhibit at the annual hair- dressers' convention Monday which may revolutionize civilization. it's a hair dryer, a thing that dries as it curls it. "Hie point is. it -srqrSs last. of -salting ouiside iiie -jeautv parlor for aa hour a half for your vca'll have to -srais only half aa iour. I Business girls be able to get their hair done and eat :oo. on their lunch hour. ff ai lake City. A: learned books of philosophic ing :odav lor Blalmsore to visit Mrs. Gow's parents. Mr. and Mrs. it. Jarvis. -u Mr. M. R. Morrison is in the city from Vulcan, a guest ar the Martjuis hotel. having visiJecl !n Saskatoon his narenis, Mr. and Mrs. E. sill. Const. D. MadlU has Or busy world of llrs. J. A. Hartley is Uaring for Medicine Hat to meet her husband, FO. J. A. Hartley, who has just re- turcec Jroa overseas. w_____comes u-hen on dawn's silence falls Oke poignant: pleadings of a pse- calL E. Bosaracnd Surges. Personals... Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Eo-rariii left toda- for their horae in Hock- Illinois- Mr. and Mrs. Hichard Thompsqu left today" to spend a holiday in Great Fialls, Mont. Harv Gates has returned io the city after having spent a vaca- Everything Photographic A.E. CROSS SON THIRD AVtAiWE S. be "followed by dancing and meets. f Mr. Charles arrived, in the cirv Ttiesdav from Pordanc. TO "attend the marriage this niorn- ing of Miss Joyce Saaith to Mr. insa !Ives- -co CCS) Gertrude Murphy has T0 Calsarv havusg a visiting in the city with her parents, Mr. and Sirs. Murphy- ATr snd Mrs. and daughter, Frances, are __ j Thought for Today The blessedness of life de- pends more upon ia interests than uoon its comforts. Macdccald. A Recipe for Today Featuring Fine Furniture POTATO PDFFS 5 mediuiai potatoes 2 teastsoons salt Dash of penper. oaprika and mace 3 tablesnoons flour 1 teaspoon baking po-R-der 1 tablespoon parsley, chopped 2 eggs, separated cup hoz- cup grated cheese Hot fat. Cook the potatoes in boiling salted -vrater uutii tender; drain and thcroaghlv; there should be 4 cups. Add the seasonings, flour, baking twsrder and parsley. Beat the until light and lemon colored; "add to the potato mixture; add the hotmiiS. Fbld in the sSff- !lv beaten egg and grated i cheese. Keas the fat in a heavy j firing pan to 375 degrees P. Dip a tablespoon in the hot fat; scoop out, rounded spoonfuls of the potato j mbcture; slip each one into the hot I fat and aan'frv until golden brown. Serve tritii the meat loaf. This j quantitv -Kill make twenty small 'puffs. _ New Spring Arrivals rin obligation. Donegal and Herringbone TWEED COATS jusfc received a shipment of Donegals in various stvles, tvitii button-up and tailored collars. Some with predominant pin stripe. Size range 53. prices from up GIRLS' TWEED COATS Belted and bos styles. Sizes 8-14X. Prices irom to JUST RECEIVED New shipment.of Plastic and Leather SPECIALS BOYS' TWEED COATS Sizes 3-6. Keg. QC To Donegal 2-Piece Goat with cap to match. Sizes 3-6X. Reg. Td clear WE CARRY A LARGE STOCK OF GIRLS' COATS IN ALL SIZES. SEE THEM NOW. FASHION SHOP LTD. 5l4 Fourth Avenue S. Ladies' Wear st speaker. Her topic wfcl be: -Catholicism ic Soutt America, Es- pecially Bolivia." All inioraaation isiU be first hand as Mrs. Patterson lived there for several years. This meeting will take place of the regular afternoon meeting of the Associaiion. JSS church of Christ Scientist. comer of 4th Ave. and 12th St. will hold its regular Wecnesday- meeting at 8 o'clock, at- whieh testiraoaies of healing are given. A cordial invitation to at- tend these meetings as well as the Sundav services is extended to all. The BHtish Israel Federation -sill hold their regular meeting ia the Bowtnan school on Thursday eve- ning, April at Sjpjxa. Major Burnett Past JCoble Grand's Club hold a sewing tea on Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Duncan MeNab. 542 12th St. i Hostess. Mrs- MeXab and Mrs. Morris. Rebekahs and friends wel- come. m t Sauthminster Business GirJs" Club will meet this Thursoay at for supper and the regular meeting fol- io-sing. regular business meeting of St. Augustin's VTA. be held in the parish hall Thursday. April 4. at 3 o'clock. Newcomers to the par- _sh and visitors cordially welcome. The regular monthly meeting of the Sou'hminster WA. will be held Thursday, April 4. at 3 pjn. in the for flavor! COFFEE 'is good coffee As good as RED ROSE TEA it -Anxious to 4id Suffering Peoples of Europe EDMONTON. Aprn j nations." provincial chapter of Alberta, Im-" perial Order Daughiers of the Km- Bo Many out-of-town guests attended the marriage of Lieut. Joan Mel- bourne Candweil. CWAC. Toronto, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas EL Caudwell. Lethbridge, to Lieut. James Gilbert Bowland, RCN Ottawa, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. .A. Parkinson Bowland. Karn- loops. 3-C- Eev. Canon F. H. TVU- Mnsou oSiciated in the'chaoel of St. PaiU's Anglican church, whicli was erTective with white snaDdrag- ons and stocks. Dr. Charles Peaker was ac the organ. The bride, wnose father gave in marriage, wore a handsome of blush satin, made basoue bustle eSeet. and fuH 'skirt forming a short train. Her long veil was held with a braided ivorr headdress with heirloom lace. and" her flowers were a cascade of white roses and sweet peas. Miss Bafas Caudwall. bridesmaid for her sister, chose sheU-pinS taffeta with button trimming, matching taffeta mit-ts and off-the-face hat trimmed with spring Sowers veiling. The groomsman was Lt.-Cmcr. Leonard Saarpe, RCN Ottawa, and. the ushers were Mr. Kenneth. Osweil, Toronto, and Mr. Oakrule. "William Ebey, SMART IN ALL SIZES -Courtesy Toronto Globe and Mail. Among the guests at the wedding were Mr. prprt Mrs. Arthur Maybee of'Oafcville. formerly of Calgary; Mr and Mrs. Mowat of Toronto, formerlT of Lethbridge: Mrs. Em- burr of Hegina; Senator W. A. of Mr. and Mrs Beece Tanrell of Toronto, for- merlv of Calgsry. 4 reception followed at the Wind- sor Arms where the guests were re- ceived bv Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Caud- TrelL Senator Buchanan proposed the health of the bride and N. S, CsudweH.-K.C, that of the. brides win be spent In Niagara Weddings Whiison GHes A pretty of interest to Milk. Brer and district was performed in monion, Tuesday. March 19th, by the Rev. H. Flanagan, when he united in marriage Kathleen Elean- or Giles, daughter of Dr. G. Giles and Mrs. GUes of MilkJRiver, and Mr. Leslie Norman -Wmteon of Manaville, Alberta. Mrs. Car- men Morse of MHte Eiver, was ma- tron of honor and Mr. HoDers Sharp of Stratiunore supported the Vets Form Baby Sitter's Service TORONTO, April Two married veterans, tired 01 spending their Saturday night's lave forded Toronto's By ANSB Dress in a jiffy fuss muss or bother... TouTl adore tius side-buttoner. Pattern 4785. So easy to sew. oh so pretty AND it opens out for quick ironing. Pattern 4785 sizes 12, 14. 16, 18 20; 30, 32. 34, 36, 38. 40, 44. Size 16, 35-in-: U yd. contrast. Sead 20 cems to tee Jjethbriige Herald, Pattern DepU for each pat- tern. Two weeis' time should be allowed for pattern to reach you. tfse This Coupon. Print Name and Address PlaSnly. Your To: The Letbbrfage HeraW, Pattern Bept_ tetJibriflge. A1U. Pattern 4785. Size Xaine Address The happy couple will rnaks their home in Peace Kivar for the sura- vred- toot place on' Wednesday, March 27, at the Alberta Temple, of Van-N. Lybbert, son. of Mrs. Dora Lybbert, and Miss Evelyn tow, daughter_pf Mr. and Mrs. Koyden Low, of Edmonton. A reception, for the young couple held after the the home of the bride's 'sisrer, Mrs. El- don Card, -with about two hunored guests attending. Mr. and Mrs. Lybbert wdl spend _ weeks" honeymoon in tbe Today's -Horoscope __ home, first com- fcf- mercial baby sitters' service, and af- er six weeks they report business getting brisker all the time. Mart Burns and Frank; Freeman now nave 200 sitters under contract and 200 more on call in case of emergencv. All sitters are over 18 and a few are work- ng their way through college. atters sign a contract commit- ting them to 12 hours a week and are carefully investigated by the organization" before being- signed up. Clients are billed bv mail at a rate of 40 cents an cents after midnight. The firm Jiasn't refused il yet. COLORED FILMS AT THE PUBLIC LIBRARY It is the intention of the Public Librarr to bring the following prints for screening in the Library on Sat- urday. April 13th. at S pjn. "Painters of (in color) deals with seven painters of Quebec and shows saaiDlss ol their work- "The Flight of the Dragon" (also in portrays exquisite por- celain figures, knives of jade and candletree "lamps of China drawn Som the famous collection in the Royal Ontario Museum. The .time is Saturdav. April 13th at 8 pJtn. There will" be a silver collection to defray expenses. The screenings will be under the direction of the Junior Chamber of Commerce film com- mittee. Recently Married pare, will endorse assy governmental action to ameliorate the los of peo- ples suffering from shortages of food and clothing, Mrs. H- C. Marshall, provincial president, said last night n addressing its 26th annual meet- UE. The chapter was particularly de- sirous of assisting in overcoming ihe present-day difiiculties of the people of Britain. In reviewing the work of the order m Alberta Jast year. Mrs. Marshall said the provincial quota for its rational service library campaign had been met, and she was confi- dent the objective for the second lational WET memorial also would be met. It was the task" of the I.O.D.E. to advance the cause of the "common man. woman and child." and to op- any attempt to arouse disunity n Canada. Sound Caluuliallism "We must" stand for things rea- sonable, based on a sound Cana- dianism." said Mr. Marshall. Wom- en must see that, just as brains were found to lead Canada through he war with renown, so they might DC found to "plan the way along the labyrinth of peace with other If this is the date of your birth, you -should, marry young, preferably some one born, in Pemnher. The- habits vou form and social con- tacts wou make in your.early life will stay with you later in life. You do not possess much adaptability You are slow and deliberate, which Qualities will bring you success. Be agreeable on vital issues that arise todar; postpone trips, "social affairs and" change. The moon enters Taurus at a You can com- bine business with pleasure this afternoon, and this evening you can enjoy a good boot or play, and also be successful in a romantic quest. Churches and Societies The Soutotainster W.A- will hold their monthly meeting Thurscay, April 4, at 3 p-m, Mrs. May's group will serve tea. The Women's "X" Auxiliary win hold a rummage sale at the YJM.CA- on Saturday afternoon next at 2 o'clock. The Ladies' Society of the B. of L. F. and E. Sunaita Lodge 678 will hold their regular meeting in the LO.O.F. hall Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. The local association. Lefebridge Division of the Girl Guides will meet In the Red Cross rooms on "Wednesday, April 17th, at 8 pjtu Reports from the annual meeting of the Alberta Provincial Council being held in the Palliser hotel April 12 and 13 wffl be presented at this meeting. Members are asked to note the change of date. The Women's Association of the First Baptist churcji are holding a public meeting at 8 ,pjn. tonight in Use Sunday school halL Mrs. G. F. Patterson of Calgary will be the Eerala Engraving Photo bv Clarke Ferns and staing flowers formed the setting at" the Central Church of Christ on March 20, at 3 p_rru when Dorothv Jean McNeely, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. McNeely exchanged marriage TOWS with James Green, son of Pte. John ireen. Rev. F. James officiated. The bride, who was given in mar- riage bv her brother, Mr. Irwin. Mc- Seelv, "wore a gown of white net tsith" a lace bodice. Her floor-length -eil was held in place by a Queen Anne coronet and she carried a bridal bouoiiet of pins roses. The jride's attendants were her niece, Miss Betirv McNeely and Miss Edna lolbertonl Thev were attired in pink and blue sheer floor-length Eowns. respectively, with pink roses brmiiig their corsages. Mr. "Wil- iara Green acted- as best man while James Pratt and- Mr. Douglas McNeely ushered the guests. Dur- ng the signing of the register, Miss Dixie Pern' sang "Because." Following the ceremony a recep- tion was held at the home of the oride's parents. Mrs. chose [or the occasion a pale blue crepe afternoon frock, with which, she wore a corsage of Talisman roses. The bride's table was centred by a three-tier wedding cake. Pink and white carnations and pink and white streamers cpmnleted the decorations. ReceoSon "assistants included Misses Edna Marshall, Mary Babiuk and -Mary Semeniuk- Rev. James proposed the toast to ihe bride to which the groom re- sponded. For the honeymoon trip to Cal- garv the bride-changed to teal blue suit and black sequin hat. Her corsage was Talisman roses. Mr. and Mrs. William Green ol Edmonton were out-of-town guests at the wedding. Mrs. Ryland Kev ot Oat. president of ihe chapter of Canada. ex- tended the good wishes pi the na- tional executive committee to the Alberta chapter. In welcoming delegates to Edmon- ton, Mayor Harry Ainlay recalled that Edmonton was the first muni- cipality ja Canada to extend the franchise to women in municipal elections. lieutenant-governor J. C. Bowen said he was glad to welcome to Ed- monton the "narUament of the wo- .men of Alberta." It was fitting members of the I.OJXE. should meet to consider problems facing the province and Dominion and the part the order might play In moulding public opinion and keeping before the people the highest ideals of citizenship. Education Minister R. K. Ansley said the IXXIXE. had to its credit worthv objectives and valuable rec- ords of accomplishment. His de- partment was grateful for what the ordei- had done for education. Mrs. New !s scheduled to deliver- her presidential address today. fltoYMjoo.SMfferMONTHLY FEMALE CAIN TfcMbyttisfltcfet Lvdia E- Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound DOES MORE than relieve monthly pain when due to functiocal periodic disturbances. It also relieves accomoanying weak, tired, nervcos. jittery such Pinkham's Compound is one of the best known and most effective rnedi- cinesof itskiud! Had Another Bad Night? Couldn'lYou Get Any Rest? To those who tose, night after night, on aleeplew beds. To those who sleep in a kind of a way, but whose rest is broken by bad dreams and nightmare, To those who wake up in the morning as tired aa when they went to bed, we offer in Mflburn's Health, and RervE Pills a tonic remedy to help soothe and strengthen the nerves. "When this is done there should be no more restless nights due to dreams and nightmaies- Price SOc a box, 65 pills, at all drug counters. Look for our registered trade mark a "Red Heart" on tbe T. lEQjctm Co4 Limited. Toronto. Oak Brinq Quick Relief to TIRED EYES Let Murine bring: irhen eyes are weary orwhen they smart and barn from OTer-w-prk, dost, wind, snngUre, bright lights or loss of sleep. Two drops of Morioe in each eye, qnjckiysootnes, cleanses, and refreshes. Thousands use Marine there is nothing quite like it. Ewe your eyes with Murine. Always keep it handy. The Powerful Play of Modern Life "A STRANGER PASSES" Repent Performance Will Be Presented THURSDAY EVENING APRIL 4, AT In the Auditorium of the L.DJ5. Church Admission: Adults, SO cents; Students, 25 cents. AH welcome. Proceeds in aid of ike Church Building Fond YOU ARE INVITED TO POST-WAR KROEHLER THE NEW TERFIELDS OUTSTANDING COMFORT, DESIGNS, COLORS AND COVERS 1 s I i iNEWSPA'FERr SPAPERf ;