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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 5, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBEIDGE HERALD FRIDAY, APRIL IMILADI Local DI.C. Winner Wed in Toronto Phone 4040 OX A SLEEPING CHILD LONDON, April dresses snace of mattress ticking and af- ternoon frocks ace tailored costumes of djed canvas headee the list of ingenious models m the first spring CL. show held In the Sonet zone of Berlin Tues- csv. tne British, news service reported. at lite tea rims uhe Bailey. Irene SestwicS., Iris "ilonison and Audrey asssted in serrass- Oi! tis tojtchiss Slake. Mr. Wm. Mathesoa iss returned been endc-aed with strength fortitude. Cultivate these personality. _ guests at the Msrq-j-s hotel nc j "Witfi of is its si-en: cream, serece deep, Miss Ada ifcms has returned io Had its slumbers s. stlii j a short visit in ileci- sky, -cine Hat. S3 that the passive roses. A. Marsha: The moon enters Genera at prr-. snd shortly after this over- ride a tendencv" to depression or -sorry. Gloom "msy pervade josi This afternoon, late, if :.ou cannot control outer events, let ___ vras a Wedncs- roam into f selcs i as -s-hen she en-j bf Near 7 pjn. be careful" tools or a knife. If xou around a bargain. pcse. So sweet a compromise of s-e deatv ns ?ity Por memory to s dreams with gnef hose fair Ixics should iteir Inward Etonald. Spring nowers -aere used in when Mrs. J. R- and Miss Andrea Matson were JOET Announced Mr. and Mrs W. A. Kellar, Medi- cine Hat, announce the engagement of the i yotigesc Staih S.- -Jv entertaining at the! Helen, to Buckholz. son of Personals Mrs. B, McNsbb ent tea hotr in "honor cf 'N __ ___ _ ss TXrotar i Mr. and ilrs. SL of Ver- bride-elect. The guest of B C. The wedding -Kill take gifs from her i honor received -ec st hostesses. and w Kominuke. Coal- rjoroihr McNabb left st the dale, announce the engagement of -_ _ i xiels i Colored Views Waterton Lakes A.E. CROSS SON THIRD ATESTE S. place in May. Photo by S. A. Hoots. Pict'jred above are PO. louis J. ice daughter of Mr. J- McNeill, To- j Troman. and ha bnde, the former Alexina Marj- ilcNeslL -sfho mamed in St. Basil's church. Toronto. March 2nd. The bride is ronto. and the late Mrs. McSelll. j The groom is the son of Mrs. Louis Troraan. Lethbridge. Leonard Apni IS. place son of Mr. and Mrs. ____________Vancouver. B.C. The ceding will take place in May. TVord has been received, in the' word oeen receivec. in tne r-r-r Weddings SR.C.AM.C. Bdrrson-on. have been posted to Camp Borden. Oat. Supervisor and Mrs. John ce Jour- dan left today to spend a Jew days visiting Edmonton, guests of the I iatter's parents, and Mrs. N. I'H. Hobertson. Mrs. "W. I_ C. Dav arrived !n the citv during the wees from Macleod, to make her home here. Mrs. 2va Samey of Seattle. Wash- ington, accompanied by her grand-. ison, is visiting in tae ctty wttn her sisters, Mrs. H- Lsckenby arri Mrs. Harry Dawscn. I Todays Horoscope If today is your birthday, you. Convertible STROLLERS Reversible chrome three atfjustment backs, Wallis blue, maroon and grey colors The home of Mr. and Mrs. 3 Kobinsoa Sesma iras the scene of a pretty wedding when, then- daughter. Helen Joyce, became the of Douelas Petrie, son of Mr. and Mrs. of Lethbridge. The ceremonv was performed be- fore a flower-arched window. Kev. C. H. Bentall of Frrst Baptist, j church officiating. Societies dance under auspices of the A. to Canadian Legion will be held jn the Legion hall tonight. Bingo to 9.30, dancing to A meeting of the Travellers' Aid Society will" be held as the home on Monday April 8, at A good attendance is requested. As the Quota dub rummage sale held 'Wednesday afternoon at. St. Patrick's parish hall, the door, prize of a. doll and carnage, was The bride, given in marriage Jjy j -p-on by Mrs. 612A 6 St. i her father, wore- a gown of white South, satin witH lace gores, a chapel veil and carried a bououec of red roses. Miss Jov Stmdeen attended the bnce, wearing Dale yeHo-sr taffeta under net. She earned pink carna- tions The groom's brother, Mr. Mien Petrie was best man. Miss Edna West; sang "111 Walt Beside wedding dinner was held at the Drake hotel for relatives and friends. Keceiving -with the bride anc. Broom were Mr. and Mrs. B. Bobinson and Mrs. A- Petrie. The table wss decorated with cat flow- ers and lighted tapers, censred by a weeding cake banked with pink tulle. Toast to the bride was pro- posed by Mr. Bentall. The bride's gomg-away costume of gold and brown with a gold Juliec cap. Following their honey- moon in Great Palls the couple will reside in the city. .war gratuities and other post-war, benefits was approved Thursday by, i the commons veterans committee after clause-by-clause study. The bills now must be passed by the commons and senate and given before it becomes law. ENGAGED Thought for Today Fatalism, is the worst of creeds and despair the umnan- liest of moods The Gift of Lasting Beauty Make this "her" happiest Easter. Give her what she wants most of diamond ring, a jeweled watch, or inspirational pieces of costume jewelry. Choose your gift here with confidence. Exquisite Diamonds A lovely assortment of diamond wed- ding bands and engagement n-gs are here for your askicg. At a wide var- iety of prices. Dainty Baguette Watches well-known time- pieces to fcer heart and to remind her of you every minute ci the day. See our Gold and Signet Rings, Watches, Pendants, Earrings, Novelty Jewelry, Cigarette w Harry Wheeler, Jeweller Kresge Building A Recipe for Today CHOCOLATE CREAM ROLL Temperature: 400 degrees F. Time: 13 minutes. 6 tablespoons sifted cake flour 6 tablespoons cocoa teaspoon baking ponder tsaspoon sals 4 eggs, separated cup Trhiie sugar I teasnoon vanilla. Mix and sift the floar, cocoa, baking Dowder and salt four tames. Beat the egg whites tnni stiff and glossy; gradually add cup of the sugar; beat again until the'mixture peate. Beat; the yolks until thick and lemon colored; add the re- mainder of the sugar and the Tan- Hla; beat again. Cpmbine the -Brutes and the yolk mixture; carefully fold in. the sifted dry ingredients; blend lightly. lane a jelly roil pan la inches x 10 inches -Kith oiled paper; pour in the batter and spread evenlv. Bake In a iiot oven 13 min- utes. Turn on a tovel vrhicn has been dusteo lightly -with sugar; cut off the eages and re- BlOTe the uaper. Soread Tvith Chocolate Cream Klling; roll no. Cool, cus in slices and serve, yield: 12 slices. Chocolate Cream Filiinj 1 ct.o scalded nuli-: 3 :s.Slespoocs cocoa CUD brown sugar 2 taolespcons com starch. teaspoon sale 2 tablespoons cold tnlk: 1 egg, lightly beaten 1 teaspoon butter teaspoon vanilla Scald the milk in the top the double boiler; acd the cocoa, and sugar; stir over boiling wa- ter until trell blecdeo. a paste of the com starch, salD and cold milk; stir into the cocoa mature: stir and cook until smooth and thick. Cover; continue cooking for 10 minutes. Lightly beat the egg: add to the hot mixture. Blend trfth the do-rer beater; continue cooking for 3 minutes. Remove from the heat; add tae butter and vamUa; best until creamy. BILI. EXTENDING W4B GRATUITIES, BENEFITS APPROVED BY COMMONS OTTAWA, Apnl bill ex- tending to Canadian ircraen irho served in the BricsJi "Rrens and the South African nursing service Herald Engraving JEANNE LOUISE WOLFE Mr. and Mrs. C. Wolfe of Fore- moss vrish. to announce the engage- mens of their eldest; daughter, Jeanne to George Both, son! of 3dr. and Sirs. J. B. Hoth, cf Island. Spring Rummage Sale Saturday, April 6 2 PJH. Y.M.C.A. REAL BARGAINS See the NEW LUXOR COLORS Canada Paint Wallpaper Store Phone 2513 Wedding Photos Family Photos Group Photos Colored "Photos You've been -wanting a. photograph, of ine family. Junior or your- self lor sometime. Why not make an appointment -vcith, Clarke NOW? Every day sees a change in all of you, so let Clarke preserve the like- ness of your loved ones or yourself as vou are today. ___ CLARKE STUDIO Downstairs. McFarland Bldy. Phone 2010 _ Yita-Rav cream, An exceptionally rich lubricat- ing cream containing Vitamins A and D, gives remarkable results when skin needs special nourish- ment for lines, -wrinkles, enr larged pores and crepey throat. STOKES DRUG CO. LTD. FIFTH STREET SOUTH PHO'E 2487 McFARLAND BLDG. The Store for Boys and Girls Student's Gabardine Toppers Here is the favorite all weather coat for students and young- men. Smartly styled of English gabar- dine, box back style fly fronr. Shower and wind- proof. Sizes 28 to 38.............. ixiuu tune jjjiigimi gauai- Rain Slickers Best grade slickers, guaranteed rainproof. Every size from 22 to 38 and Small Boys' Reefers Smart little sets of reefer and matching cap, Donegal tweed, oolo cloth and herringbones. Sizes 2 to 6 yean f: Student's Sport Windbreakers For every outdoor sport these easy fitting windbreak- ers are tops. Sand Gabardine lined mnel finished with multicolor knitted collar caffs. Sizes 34 to 38........................ Two-Tone Gabardine Navy wlih creaia and piping........ Boys' Gabardine Made- in same style as students. Sizes 30 to 34 Boys' Dress Oxfords A nev shipment of our better grade oxfords. Lasted of Sne caK leathers with full gauge solid leather soles. Brown or black, C or D widths. Sizes 1 to SCUPPERS AND SCAMPERS A complete range of sizes now in these durable play shoes. Brown. fTk uppers, composition soles Spring Coats for Children and Misses usual to the fore with the for wear, attractive two-piece in the 2 to 6 sizes. Serviceable and dressy coats for school girls and smart 'teen age numbers in this large selection. See them now! Girls' Gabardines The popular iriufi and sho-wer-proof school girl coat. Balmacan models; plaid lined. Sizes 8 to 12 12 to 14x CAMPUS CASUALS Of or Brown Calf with sturdy soles, and low heels. Sizes 4 to 8 Corduroy Playalls A complete selection cf the popular corduroy overalls in medium or heavy cord. Colors: scarlet, green, bro'wn, or hlue and ANKLE SOX Children's and cotton or hsle ankle sox in pastels or darker tones. AH sizes WASH SUITS For smaH boys 1 to S years, two-tone broadcloth. Short sleeve style ,'SPAPO.r ;