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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1946 MILADI Phone 4040 TAKES R.C.M.P. POST Personals ilrs. C. S. Greentree Zelt today to spenc a short visting m Cal-, I Sir. and Mrs. Moore left j s; the weekend to spenc a vacation Lee. lef' todsv to spend in Grea- PsuX Mont. j s the week Mrs. lyjfrec Ironi Meci- i ai :-e t and pink soring flowers used :n decoration Tuescaj evening when Mrs. A. Davis enter- tained at a shower Mrs. Kieaard Thompson. Ireai received a basket full of ___ fee scrrv to learn that Catit." H. W. a patient in the Cc5. Be.cher hospital in Cal- gary. m Mr. A. J Callen is lea-eng for his home m Bow lalanc. ahere he wiJ meet his wtte, wco is arriving DOKOTHY KITH FOOKS Canadian Army Photo. Herald Engraving. Discharged from, the Canadian and Miss Say Murphy as- sisted the hostess. iUss Smith left today to to her home In Vancouier after having attenced the marriage cf her sis'er. Miss Smrn to j Mr. Thad Ives. "Weonesesy rriorning. be sorrv to learn Minnie Thomson of Cal- Rarr -ormerlv of Lethbndge. is leriously ill in the Calgsr? Gen- eral hospital. Mr. and Xrs. Colin C McVean arnred in the city from Sd- monton to maSf their home nere nnev are guests for the present o- tne "foncers parents, ilr. ann .Mis. C. C. McVean. 3 E. Hiissell is in the city from Calgary, a guess at tne Marque hotel- Mrs Theodore Mitchell, accom- aanisd bv her smsH son. Teddy. feft this" morning for Vancouver where sht wiU be reading. H. fooks, S South, has J.HOTS- ;oined the faeado'-iarters staff of tne Rorai Canadian Mounted Dutch War Bride Arrives In Calgary CALGARY. April blue-eved ana wes'ern Can- ada's first Dutch war bnde, Einnij Jacobs Sloot Feme, stepped, off the train in Calgary Tuesday to be greeted by her husband. Capt- R. (Ron) Feme. Calgary. present stationed as adjutant of a signals unit ui Mrs. Feme is luckier than other Dutch of Canadians in Hol- land as she managed to get pas- sase oa ths of the Dutch Airlines, from Amsterdam to New- York, the war Leaving Am- sterdam last she reach- ed New York or i. ay of the Azores aad Berjnaca and arrived in Cal- gary in less than a ueek from leav- ing home. The couple make their hone in VancouVer while Capt. Beme is stationed there bat both hope to be back :n Calgary soon to "stsv andle." Caot. Feme joined his wife on the train and they plan to soend a short hohdav !n before settling COWK in Tancosi-.er. FINAL PERFORMANCE COLLEGIATE PLAYS Wed at Double Ring Ceremony Mrs. Harry and Mrs j James Dunn retiimed to the citv i Msss Pooks attended the Leth- from Calgary Tuescay having spent a. few cays visiting there. Thought for Today Mrs. "Win. Henderson and H. S. Ijee aecornpanied bv daughters, Mrs. V. Mrs. ner and Miss Framed Pictures A.E, CROSS SON TOTED AVtNLE S. Complete Furnishings for the Home OVER 100 MILLION BOTTLES SOLDI VERY EFFECTIVE FOR MONTHLY PAIN DOES MORE than reBeve tnontilr dns to fraale fT.-fiorttl penocSe It also rriieves accocjpany of seZatat one cf the most you eaa buy so rtijeve Tuckoway Travel Kit enough ircvel, conspccf enough to go under her am, cc-o'eie enough io keep her for a long Jisne c grcnd giff for crry en your hs5l SlT.uIcfed leather, lined wifh egssheli fabric, holds 12 Eilzcbesh Arc'en preparations For beauSy and make-up. CotiipIeJe 13.00 A. M. SUTHERLAND DRUG COMPANY Hotel Corner The great tning m tne wor-n is not so much wnere 'ae stand, as in what direction we are the city the Scott Fruit Co. Churches and Societies A meeting cf the Catholic j f (JT men's League will be celc in S- on Febrrarj' 5, I'Hs, Miss Fooks took training at Kitch- Ontario. Upon comoleticg her course she was posted to Ouawa. she was emaloved as a stec- ogranher to the Efirectorate of Staff Duties She receixec discharge at Calgary on Marcc. 27. taking un duties with tha R-C. M-P. on Mondaj. Aonl 1. Patrick's scnoo! on Fnda-. evening at eight, o'clock. As this_ fe the meeting, all members are urgently requested to attena. Lethbndge Locge Xo 2 will hold regular meeung on Fndav. Aanl 5, 192S, as 8 pjn. snarn" The firsi degree will be coa- fer-e'c. All members are asked to attenc. orothsrs welcome. St. Business Girls Elect Officers the qrir'iiai meeting of the Busuiess and Professional duo o; St. Pair-.ck's ccurcn. the Anne Kiror; Srst vice-president. Dorotbv Gmenwala; secona its Bernard Thomas; third Mrs. S. B. XordqjLJSt; secre- iarv, re-elected, Marjone treasurer, aGss Frances "Wad- den; councillors. Miss Xora Ten- nant, Mary Clancy, iEss D. Andason. Mrs. F. iXingam. Mrs. Xelsoa Bernard and Mrs. Harold Eealev. At the conclusion, of the meeting a vote of thanks was accorded Miss Margaret 51ock, the past president. British Brides Want To Return To Britain OSLO, April 3 Bnosh wives "of Sbrwegian soldiers and sailors are applying sz the rate j of six or elgtit s. f or visas to return to Britain, and the Norwe- gian press Is' urging a "general mo- MSizaaon of to save the wamme marriages. Housing shortages are tiie complaint. The autoonties havs engaged Bnnsh-'bom Irene Hjersmg. expen- enqgd wartime welfare oincer in 'Scotland, to act as adviser. She saia. "I anoeal to wives and. inpthers-111-la.Tr to appreciate the difficulties and show understand- ing. Since I sorted this worfe many divorces have been avoided. Diffi- culties are aue to differences of experience and style of living. The authorities "are taking eaergeUc ac- tion to be heipfoL." A Recipe for Today CCSTARD DELIGHT Temperature: 350 degrees P. Time: 1 hour, 15 minutes. 2 CUDS soft bread crumbs 4 CUDS scalded nvftE 2 eggs cup white sugar teasnoon salt 1 teaspoon vanJla. 54 teaspoon nutmeg 4 tablespoons melted, butler Add the bread crumbs to the scalced TnilV; stir imtil smooth. ShghUy beat the eggs; add the sugar and salt. Stir in the scalded mule snd crumbs: add the vamlJIa, nut- meg and butter. Pour into an oilec 1J2 pjoart casserole. Set i; in a pan of warm water and bake in a. mod- erate oven unti! a silver kmfe in- serted on tne centre comes out clean. Serve with flecks of red jellv on top acd, if desired, with cream. Serves 6 TORONTO. Aanl ard snorter slacks are sum- mer trends indicated Tuesdav at a fashion la a downtown de- >anmen; store fSimnson's'. A high degree of fit. ie smooth hnes of this season's clothes Slack velveteen slacks were shown at calf length and with them wear a harleoum blouse in red ?TT? lime. Also in the novelty class was a two-niece black playsuit with scal- op-ecged snorts and neckline worn under a loose jacket buttoned dovn back and baimd in witn a length of black cord. Open 26th Annual Meeting I.O.D.E. EDMONTON. April C5 meetmsr of the exscatave commiKee Tuesday opened the annual meeting of the Brovmcial chapter of Alosrta, IniDerial Oraer Daughters of the Empire. Official opening ceremonies wfl! be held later, when sneakers wEI Include Lieatenant- GoTemor J. C Bowen. Education Minister 3. S. Ansley, Mayor jaarry Ainlay of Edrnonan. and Mrs. W. S Hoss, regen; of ilurucipal Chapter of Eomonton. Mrs A. St. T. Anderson, regent of the Municipal Chapter of Drum- heller, will renly to greetings. Taesdav evening the dramatic classes of the Lethbricge Collegiate Institute staeed the final presenta- tion of an evening- of one-acs plavs. Students taking part in the plays follow: "Little Ad- eline Royko: Eleanor, Margaret Krouse; Viola, Dorothv Rollingson; Juniper. Beverly Palfrey; Lew. Allen Wheeler; Mr. Burton. George As- mann. "The Trees of His Mrs iJicv Rollins. Audrev Palfrev: Nettie Rollins, Carol Pitcher: New; Rollins. Ma'colm Asplund; Albert. Donala Steele; Harv Picket, John Mutchmor. "Ezra Upshot's Tnumoh" j Upshot. Mel- j vm; Ssmaralda Uoshot. Jean Hill: i Theodonc Donald j MacLean. Jedediah Jasmme. Boo j Sgan; Ezra Upshot, Colin Turner. L'JTHERAN PASTOR AT EDMONTON MEETING The Rer. V. ESchenlaub, pastor of the local Lutheran caurch. left for Edmonton to attend a meeting of the djstncs ooard of directors of the Lutheran Church Missouri j Synod. The meeting is being selc' today. April 4 Besides routine matters the meet- ing will also lav ulaas for a special celebration of the twenty-five anni- versary of Concordia College, Ed- monton, which takes plsce this vear. Something is also to be done aoout tne many vacant parishes in Al- berta ariii British" Columbia. In Tune a class of abou; one nuncred candidates for tne ministry will jraduate from Ccncordia Seminary, _ Louis, Missouri. Most likely calls will be extended to some of these candidates to SE ths present vacancies. -Staff Photo. Herald Engraving. nlle. president of the Chapter of Canada. Today's Horoscope You are very ambitious and apt to overdo your 2eai to success Do not let disappointments or failures disneartea you. Tou are resouxcef ol and able to do many things, ana are also eatable of a ceep love. Be careful of what you sav today be- cause an unpleasant argumemc could easily start." Change in. social or dates are indicated, but later a new project close to your interests and wisnes should prove propitious to YOU. Today unusual rarogress can resul; from "your ability; show it oif Don't reveal a confidence given to you todsy. Ve-us enters Taurus at "7.58 p-m. Done In A Jiffy Spring Saturday, April 6 2 PJM. Y.M.C.A. REAL 7194 by Alice Brookf So comfv you won't realize you have it beanie with Ji. i roomy bag-mate' Jiffy crochet gait solves that Spring hat question. I Crochet this smart "duet" !n i straw goes everything Pattern has direct-ons for beanie, bag; stitches. Send 20 cents to the Lethbridge Herald. Pattern DspU for each pat- tern. Two weeks time should be allowed for pattern to reach you. TTse. This Coupon. Print Your Name and Address Plainly. EXCHAXT NOTES ENCHANT CESS) Mr and Mrs. F R. Bissett and daughter. Sharon Mane, suent tne weekend in Letabndge and Picture Butte, returning to their home oc. Sunday svemng. Mr. and Mrs H. A. Orsten and family motored to Lethbndge on Saturday afternoon to visit at the home of tneir two sons over the weekend. Erik iuttropo left for Letaondge on Monday morning, where he will spend the next few days, and will visit at Nanton before returning home later on in the week. Large bouquets 01 Calls banked the altar at St. Augusun's Anglican church. Wednesday morn- ing. April 3, when Joyce Louise Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Smith of Vancouver, ex- changed marriage vows vntn. Thad- deus Osgoode lies, son of Mr. and Mrs Aloert H. Ives of this city. Rev. Leslie L. Grans off-ciated at the douole ring cerenony. The bnde, given m marriage by Mr. K. J. Sitsoa, chose for the oc- casion a powder blue gabardine dressmaker suit with wnich she wore a white floral hat with xulle shoulder-length veil and white ac- cessories Her ccrsage was of gar- denias and she earned a white prayer nook. 'Miss Bettie Smith, the bride's sister, was She was attired, in a dressmaker sine of primrose yellow. Brown ac- cessories" and a corsage of violets and freesa completed her ensemble. Mr. Charles H. Lamer supported the groom. During the signing of the register Miss Diana Hitchie. accom- panied by the organist, Rer. Victor Smith, sang "O Perfect Love." Mr. J. G. Cooke and Mr. D. C. Patching ushered the guests. Following the ceremony a recen- tion was held a; the home of the gloom's parents wnere Mrs. Ives received with the bridal carry. She wore an afternoon frock of tur- quoise blue with navy accessories and a corsage of pink roses. Spring Cowers and cherry blossoms were used to decorate the rooms, with a large bouquet of daffodils center- ing the tea-table. Mrs. G. Brown and Mrs. L. L. Gran; presided at the urns. Recepuon assistants in- cluded Mrs J. Cooke, Mrs. D C. Parching and Miss Margaret Brown. Rer. jtreiiie Grant proposed the toast to the bnde with the groom, j responding Miss Phyllis Gow bad charge of the guest "book. For the honeymoon tap to Great. Falls, the bnde donned a brown top j coat. Brown accessories completed j her outfit. Mr. and Mrs. Ives will reside in the city a; 613 Tenth St S. Among the out-of-town guests were Lieut and Mrs. W. ESiot of Medicjie Hat "SA1ADA id. We have built this reputation for ourselves into the 45 >ears ol the TTork of primary chapters by oar educational program, child welfare ex-service personnel and irar services. The ejes of the urorld are turned to Canada for food and clothing and we must not view with com- placency the plight of Europe. "There materials in the na- tional I.OJXE. warehouses, get the tools and the job" The greatest undertaking the order has eier known is the raising of the sum of for the Second Great War memorial fund. This will be accomplished. Mrs. New said. Another Group Of British Brides Six more South Alberta British brides, accomcanied by their Sve children, -snll amve at their new homes in the near future. They are novr headed having arrived at Halifax on. the on April 2. Induced in the number are- Mrs W. A. Anderson of Picture Butte, and her children Patricia and Sott- ena: Mrs. I. Davis of oil 7th Avenue South. Lethbndge: Mrs. B. T. Gib- son of Macleod. Mrs. F. D. Linton of Okotoks; Mrs. V. R. Sandulak of Bellevue and her son. Ian; and Mrs. I. H. Wellmart "Waterton Park and her children. Marguerite ana John. National President LQ.D.E, Urges Women to Take Part in World Affairs DENIES 3HSISTER IJEFT PKESBTTERY MEETtSG TORONTO, Aonl Bd- gar Foreman, clerk Toronto Eresoy- ;ery of the Presbytsnan Church in :anada "Wednesday denied a repon that Rev. D Kerr -sralsed out of a Presbytery meeting yesterday in protest against a motion opposing 3ie new Ontario iiouor licsusing bill. EDMONTON, Ann! Imperial Order Daughters of the Empire can place Canaca in the vanguard of tne nations of the m. the struggle for freedom if mdividual members, primary, mu- nicipal and provmcial chapters co- operate with the nanonaf chapter in its Mrs R K. Oak- ville. national presicenr, said lass; xugfct. In addressing the 26th annual meeting of the Fronacial Chapter of Aloexta. I.O.D.K., Tirged raemoers to take aa interest in and exercise their pnTilege of placing "the nghr people in the governments." "I am concerned by tne lack of interest of the order in our gov- ernments she said, "it is each jr-draduaTs resnonsibjiity to help j the oraer to remedy tae ills in the j country 1 order !s composed of the I cream of Canada's womanhood, she Tonight Repeat Performance "A STRANGER PASSES" A powerful play of modern life 8.15 p.m. in the Auditorium of the L-D.S. Church Admission: Adults, 50 Cents; Students, 25 Cents. All welcome. Proceeds in aid of the Church Unildlny MUXCESS ELIZABETH INSPECTS UAMMCRAFTS NOTTINGHAM: England. April 4. Elizabeth in- spected a handicrafts display Tuesdav and showed great Interest in tie smocking and stitching of a lull-sized bridal govn, cone by the neediexork: section. The heiress presumptive to the throne studied the timbering of nxxiel house and asked how tiles and slates were fixed. "What a good she Mid. shown samples of chairs made from barrels. A crowd of welcomed her in Nottingham's market square. MORE ATTRACTIVE SKIN with SIMPLE CARE Your ikia mat tho punuhinj dcmandt of bwty days end ttill that aluria0 look. Sun to to that Wax Cnara whkh Mp obtain a lovelier, youthful footing comptouon. It an of IMW jtin beauty aglow with natural lenxg ncn. Start ming Wax ChMM tonight. It win old n retaining MM and freihneii of your complexion beyond ywr fondert dreamb Menolized Wax Cream will baip to make yowr look ai young and lorety at your lUh can looki the only directed. OR.Y SKINT US! SAXOUTI ASTtlNOtXT. Jiot dijohr. SaioiR. Fawdtr in pnt wddi hozri cad pet it on sktfl Mvaral day. k nAdatt zutfaat eg, loft jfcn by ttmpercrr cor.t.-aijoo, ibd dtGaMfcil at CeiaeiUi, Cei A Pimple Covered Face Kills Many a Romance The lirw of many young people are made miser- able by the breaking oat of pimples, and you. probably know "of cases where a promisng romance has been Bpofled by those red, irhite, festering and pus filled sores on the face. Theimnble is not phyrical pain, but the _ ___ mental Buffering caused by the embarrassing disfigurement which often the sufferer ashamed to go out in company. The quickest way to get rid of pimples is to improve the health by a thorough cleansing of the biood. Burdock BVxtd Bitters helps to cleanse the blood and with UM blood lie complexiou should dear up. MHamt Ccw Lmitoi. Toronto. Out. NOW NEW-FORMULA PEPSODENT DENTAL CREAM GIVES THE TEETH! NEW INGREDIENTS! NEW BRIGHTER TASTE! TWICE AS MUCH IRIUM! GREATEST CLEANSING ACTION EVER OFFERED! To: The Lcthbridge Herald. Pattern Depf-, Lethbridge. Pattern 7194. Name Vd dress Never before a dental cream like this! NEW-FORMULA Pepsodeot Dental Cream com- bines twice as much Irium with new ingredients to give the greatest cleansing action exer offered. Here at last is a dental that removes e% ery kind of film that darkens THE DENTAL CREAM HOW OH SALE AT YOUR NEJGHIORHOOD STORE !S THE NfW-FQKMULA FEP50PIMT LAUGH WITH 1O1 HOH TUESDAY NIGHTS DOMINION NiTWOIC WHY ARE YOUR TEETH SO MUCH WHITER THAN OTHER WOMEN'S? f USE THE NEW-fORMULA PEPSODENT DENTAL CREAM your safely. So no wonder NEW- FORMULA 'Pepsodent Dental Cream gives the u-bitest teeth t j they're whitest because they're cleanest.' Get NEW-- FORMULA Pepsodent Dental Cream for the whitest teeth! "PEPSODENT TEETH" ARE WHITEST BECAUSE THEY'RE CLEANEST A WSP4PF-RI ;