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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD MONDAY, APRIL MILADI Phone 4040 A C- 1 Mrs. TaKoch Is the former red to Calgary receded a gift from the agenis and oSice 1 Mrs. Da-.id Scot: and Mrs. C. R- s Matthews were co-hostesses at the feoaie cf the latter Saturday eve- c-ng -ahen they entertaiaed at a I bridge party ta honor of Mr. and i Mrs. L J. who are Zeaviug the city shortij. A gilt the hostesses presented to ;he hon- ored Mrs. Symons Head Home, School Today's Reflection Association, Addresses Ladies Club The Orgatuza Civic Isapro-.ezKect met las g in the Bee. The foliowuig cozeners Leihbridge citizens liaie bees noted lor a aunioer of things HiroagJiout the years but one of the fiaess is their reputation Jor beuzg .tter whether Recent- local hbnage Affi XAIL FOR LCCASTA A for ana expects to to tie city nest Sunday. in waves to let me Blended for Good Taste! REDROSE aj days he doesn't %Von'l meec my ly hear', dismayec, turns rec anc jj ci; -aras a tea Tnursday she wnr.e blue arouse the _ Gerlscn in honor of Mrs. C. H- anc Miss Fanny daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ai Watson cf Mt. View. -A ere umtec in mar- in Saturday. Mr., ing only retiirrxd. from, overseas, -anere he servec fer acout make their future home in Hiil- spnng. ?ns Cr.ic Centre Conscious." Mrs. Uti SSJLO the creti- ocs of icachicg reacsag S-.da- is leawas tne city m Personals Lacy cf the I club -srill meet in tee Marquis hrte. d-nins roots "Wednesday s; 3 o'clock. 1 Mrs. S. A. Wilson and Mrs 1- A. Koy left today to spend a ea-.s ii Calgarr. Tsey were accompanied bv the former's son. Mr. H of Heglna. who is spencin? a i day siting in the c.ty parents. Miss Elizabeth Baird arrr. ed honie at tne weekend from _ the _asn_ Mountain sehcol to spend tne Baiter holidavs with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Baird. She was accompanied by Miss Butn of fsscher Creek, who will her ttes- for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Niedermier. I former Leihbndge residents, are re- ceiling congrafjlations on the ar- i rr.al of their second son, Gary Lee. bom Marcn 30 at Call- j forma. Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Matthexs had as tneir -Aeekend house guest Miss A. R. of Mecirme Hat. Tain babies. Ada Marguerite and j Carolyn Elizabeth, armed m me b> plane Saturday :o ;oin their ntotner ana daddy. Mr. and Sirs. E. W. Stull at 1043" :3th are a montn and a -j Mrs. F. L. Rhodes left ar ihe weekend lor Calgary where she Rill j soend seieral i W. Meldrum enteroamed at i a dinner party ai the Marc.ua! Mr. and Mrs. A. 2-Ttniocn Jf_ Mls c Svdal who are, daughters. Dale ar.d Ches-yn. .-_-- Ehe Tuesday to take recently for their new norne in pemoroke. Ont. Mrs. E. S- Jackson also entertained in. their honor a: a luncheon. Thought for Today It is cot the place that niaketh the person, bus the person that maketb, tne place Cicero. Churches and Societies There will be a meeting of the Kaspa chapter of the Beta Sigma Phi Sorority tonight at at tne home of Mrs. Vemon Deli VTeli apartment, 1267 Seventh a-.e- nue south. The Sisters will hold a practice." April 9. Tuescay after- noon at 2 o'clock. All sisters are asked to attend. St. Aujustin's AV.A, Sections Mrs. Sister's and McCreasr> seciion meeL uilii MiS. J- J- Jones. 623 Seventh a'venue south, ort Tuesday, April S. a; 3 pjn. Visi- ORANGE PEKOE Canada's largest fine QUALITY tea! Engagements Announced join. I: agreed that each Schools mast be adapted to a j mes-.ber bring: an interested non- nig cr.ihzaiion. They should sip- memwr to zhe next meeting, April doubtecSv preserve heritage o. uie j 17 Miss Mann of the Nursing pas; but also should gr.e tor i Mission -ail! be the g-JWt speaker in order thac the prob- Her subiect Till be the -Great Xeed f }ems of the present can be facec for Welfare Workers in Ijethbricge." i courageously and solved The guesr speaker at the meeting i ly. This can only be done as cm- xras Mrs. B. P. Sjiaons of Calgary, i zens arise anc cemanc an ecuca- reoatation mil broaden and vour j Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Wauaouga own hfe nil! be wee richer. We of Shaughnessy. announce the en- have good things to offer and they gageajent of their only daughter, bring us an additional contribution. I Beity Marie, to Mr. A. G. Kaneen, Let's not overlook f son ol Mrs. A. Kaneen ol Vancou- _________________________________j ver. Wedding to take place in the near future. Cancer Societv for the control of cancer. Lillian Parry, Pres. Quota Club ment is v-.eaed by ecucators Trnh thanks to the speaker. varjinj degrees of enihusiasm. The Today's Horoscope movement has arisen as a of changing conceptions of education. 1 floppy RED CROSS REPORT The? A, E Cross Son "The Photographer" 3rd Avenue S. Mr. Ecisrin Parching and Mr. Geo. Carter. v.-ho are on the staff of the Olds Scnooi of Agriculture, have returned to Olds after having spenc the u-eekend in the city, guests of the former's carents, Mr. and Mrs. C- C- j i Mrs. E. J. Sipp and Miss S-.'elyn J Eastley left last evening for Ed- monion to sttend the 2Stb annual meeting of the Alberta Association i of Registered Norses, being held at the Macdonald hotel i-oday and You are and -Ahen jou star; thicgs jou like to see them. move rapidly" 10 cohipletion. You J are somewhat impatient, i The "ajni of Jhis "new" education Tn The Bounce argumentative, bui jou iiaie is the mcs: complete possible de-j VJtt J tcanv true and steadfast friends.! xelopctent of the physi- i The "aspects this afternoon are not; out wool for initung. callv. cieniailv. moraUv and so- i i favorable to starting a new plan or I ciallv. Children must oe given an l promoting yourself. Even later the C educational oaoortunitv to their i Association triU eUier pe... up celestial brakes are still on, so don't. fullest capacHv'regardless of eco- oui. ilbe guas-caemag. slop- SDeM UD .y CACTCD PROM- Snomic standing. an equal P? who slip- This" slow pace and A1 1 tR. rRUm ponunity for everv child regardless i iT'V? influence continues later into the _ ,_ i war Mrs. F. G. Mont- pnf5 e, SDnn? -sras the iteyaote to the a execiidiesecretaiy of the b i'onev-.Sfbe Easter prom held in the ijKr-.u.ji.j. u_i> .juu- ut-i. u- jrjotion Dicture suitable lor snowing! ianf? vellow four ot his yabng hours caring the m to a.mct tg j sS wSf Sin the decor- A KCClpe TOr I Oday scheme Droviamg a back- ground for the 120 student couples in smart formal attire. Members of ihe school board and teaching staff also in attendance. Cameron Peat tras in charge of the attractive and effective decorations. A pic- ture o! the event will appear in. a later edition of the paper. Lillian Parry -eras unanimously elected as president of Quota club at the recent annual nieetmg in the Marquis hoteL The aew presi- dent, wao ia-.elv to civilian, life after several jears of active service as a nurslcg sister the K.CJV-M.C-. is an early snemoer ot the -women's service club and hps occupied, the offices ot secretary and vice-presi- i dent. _ Cross rooms will be open Fleeted this year to the first and Tuesday. April 9. from 2 to second vice-presidencies are Xellie L. to receue Smshed work and walker and Laura Lucas. Jessie Conn, and Georgina Drowley isrill as treasurer and secretary; while new directors elected Tiere Mary Bochan. Chns Braader and Hattie McDonald. Quota js looking forward to an active vear and alans to send a delegate io the international con? Yenuon in St. Louis nest Jiuy- She outlined the qualifications for an ideal waitress and here thev o. average _ __ j common aims and work hand in to note cnange ct meeting i school should seek to Mrs. Rood's and Mrs Morns sec- j acouaint Barents with its tioa wiU meet witn Mrs. Hucu at j -nejijods. The home Slree" TueSC2y should I0 uncerstand these, j ane Weieht of medium build mth j at; 2-30 _... j Parent and teachers must learn to be clean and attractive in aapearance, hands not too long, attrac- Her teeth should be have good feet YOUTH BEDS Ivory Finish Complete with ilattress Mrs. Allen's aad Mrs. GillespleV, cne another as icdivaduals section meet -anih Mrs. Gilles- j and combire their experience and i pis on Wednesdsv ct 3 D-m. Mrs.. eiforts to gr.e the child the best' James will be the" hostess. advantages in the moulding of all j ahases of his character. The home The monthlv meeting of! and schtwl inovement came into be- unite these two forces and can cone much more with the third great j a likisls for people and 5o, cptcscjau... I ;ne com-, food_ sh mus. prepared to shower for the isolation hospital, mamty ts tne Ices! ITDC. tne b t-n of rhe and to _ rsi-o. l-_ _._ Her uvely dressed, good. She must she cannot be a they are. c, ;ood worker unless starch, flour, bakin sale. Beat the egg "It is desirable that she have OS. Hobert Cooke. has been' _ stationed a; Esquraalc. arrived in' ences "are.aredoauriatitlr good and j ins today to visit parents.; T-I-O or-r- m pi-ram Mr. and Mrs-'R. Cooke. He" will be 1 leaving Tuesday evemtig for ais Eew postusg to Halifax, NJS. small toy. A number of Lsthbncge bowlers, visited Medicine Ha; week. Included in the srouo Mr. and Mrs. J. rreei. Miss" Janet'. Larson. Versa Gray and its. i Aut Wilson, iiis. wen in" I the mixed doubles contest The litcratttre department of th? Msthesis club win meet at the h she. _ 2hoaicj -ge interested, loval. honest sis club win meet at of Mrs. street sctith, st 3 2_rn_ Tussds aftemoon. _ In the association the progressive principal can convince the parents thai the home nas a continuous f oncticn tn. tie ecucation of the c Dependable. She should be to writs and to add. "When she eoes on duty, her and aoron shotiic be im- rasc-jiate. her shoes should be clean hose seams straight. .Tewel- PARTV SPONGE CAKE Temperature: 350 deg. F. Tune: 30 minuies. T4 cup com starch cup pastry flour teaspoon baking powder -.t teaspoon sas: 2 eggs, separated 1 cup fine white sugar I teaspoon grated lemon rind i tablespoon lemon juice j cup hot water j Sift together 5 tnnes the com j powder and i whites until i Hs srs to sircssc: fapend on i __ s-GOuld not be -worn." with the ansi eiceation a ring and a stiff: add :i CUD sugar; beat again until glossy. Beat the egg volts until lisht; add the lemon nnd and juice and the remainder of the sugar. Beat, adding the ho; wsier i a little at a time; when the sugar is ail dissolved, sift in the flour j mixture. Fold- in the stiffly beaten egg whites. Pour into an ungreased pan 3 inches by S inches winch ras been lightlv dusted with com starch. Bake for 30 minutes or until done. Invert; let hang in the pan for an hour before removing from the pan. The of during si cf Sir. and Mrs. y. H. hpaor G- iir. S. szos nzz- ArSUJCARY TO EXPSLES5 APPEECIAXION" W.C.T. i Widow Of Captain aj the, Asked To Christen New Athabaskan Do YOU suffer from CRAMPS NEIHONS TENJIOH w "CERTAIN DATr OK If fsscale fcnctkss! "r dk tired, permits, craidty feeHng? at such tiy Pinkixas't Vege- tabJc CoapoaBd to reSeve such tern's Gcrapound is a 'jidnx sdsSitt or.e of the rnost jou can buy to reteve such datctst, jmsrtssie car: JSHHIICCE r n-iOimir t J Serve the Coffee tlie Flavor House Coffee has txirc-rick, evcrv coffee bean. mellow, full- bodkd ilavor because it contsins choice Latia- Amcrican coiTccs. Tliis glorious blend is then to capture the Jull flavor of More people buy and enjoy Max-.vcil House than any other brand of coffee in the v.orid. You can serve MavrtcII House vith conscience. It's to ihe Last Droo I" The TTiri f, tne home of Mr. bull. There will be no meeting of the Junior A.Y.P.A. untii after Easter. The regular monthly meeting ft'. Maple Leaf chapter No 7, OSS will be hcid on Tuesday. April fl. at 8 o'clock in the Masonic hall. Visiting members cordially wel- come. spcnsorec by this rrOHTA, April 3 ilrs. Hath iloore Stubbs of victoria, of the late Cmdr.J. H.Stubbs, D.S O. p S G-, los; in action fol- the sinking of his command. the csstroyer Athaoaskan. in an! Channel action in April, 1 j 1S-4, has been invirea to christen i a new Athabaskan at Halifax, it i- and to the local Canadian was learned Sunday night. Are You a Sufferer From Rheumatic Pains? These pains come from ftn inflammation in the muscles and are generally caused fay a deposit of poison ia the blood called uric acid which, produces the irri- tating and painful effect that causes many days and nights heavy with pain. During the past 60 veare Canadian people have found that by pun.ymg the blood Blood Bitters aids them to enjoy freer, body movement with less rheumatic pain, as B. B. B- helps to tone up the system and clear up the uric acid in the blood, and probably help fortify the system against future attacks. Price 51.00 a bottle at all drug counters. TiB T. Ifilbtcn Co limited, Toronto, Airy Ruffles such a House Coffee A Product of Gtncrol LANTIGEN LANTIGEN LANTIGEN LANTIGEN LANTIGEN LANTIGEN Take tJK? pinafore way to aSl-day case and charro! FX-R pattern parts, slraicht seartts make Paitcrn plcaj-snt optional. Gav cmbroidcrv transfer Pattern 4811- 12. H. 16. IS 20; 30. 32. 36. 3S. W. 42. xarcls material Send 20 cer.K to thp Lcthbridce Herald. Pattern Dcpt.. for each pat- tern. Two wecis' tisne should be allowtxi for pattern to reach you. Use This Coupoti. Print Your Name and Address Plainly. To: The Herald, Pattern Alia, ratleru 4S1I. Sue..... A Treatment1 For [Arthritic Rheumatic What ANTIGEN? Lantlgen is prepared in a. licensed laboratory in Australia. Laatigen is not a patent medicine but is a vaccine in a dissolved state. When taken it stimulates the system to create re- sistance against disease. It acts first by local absorp- tion by the mucous mem- braneprindpally lining the nose, the throat, and the intestinal tract, and it is further operative by means of its distribution through the system; SCIATICA, SPONDYUTISi HBROSmS, NEURITIS AND OTHER GERM-CAUSED RHEUMATIC DISORDERS k Kssolvei Vaccine to be taken by month I Price PcrEottte "AN'IMINENT'PHYSICIAN in tbe "British Medical Journal." speaks as follows ia the issue of January 15, 1936: "In mj the oral antigens hare been roosdy employed for cases of Catarrhs! infections, rheumatic conditions and catarrnal cnterocolids; Clinical response This important statement, however, heralds the dawn of a great release for OISntlBUTORS: MILTIY ItOTHElS LTD. 5 IMI fct, Ttrwfi ft SJUID1 Sil CiBbie SL, Vaimrcr i. E WAM01 ISi, M.t. i MAIL THIS COUPON TODAY Zanajten is frora DRUGGISTS Eaobuia- xBxil this coapoo dircci to: 1ANTIGEV LABOSATORIES. 12 KICHSJONB ST. E, Koota TOHOVTO I, ONT. OR O.MB1E fREET. 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