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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBREDGE TUESDAY, APRIL MILAD Taber Wedding Phone Women's I Phone 4040 WORTH WHILE Xrs- George It is easy to be pleasant. "When Sews by hke a. so Bui the Tacrth while Wr-en dead wrong "o- -he test cf the heart- is_ And it alwsvs comes witn the years: "cf earzn Is the'snSe shines through sears. Personals spend three vacation at one and She jccn her mother. Mrs. H C. STOUTI, at. Medicine Hat where the latter a a weekend tor. Mrs. J. H- IVestbraek, Mrs. A. and Mrs. R- P. Mcintosh hate retimed to tneir homes the city after having: attended the a: meeting of the Women's A to the M.SCC. of the Anglican BAiTDIOKSL _ -ftlien 2sri Kahn meets >us 2O-J ear-old blond fiance at a Vork airport April 15. shell haie to make the lirst moie towarcs a re- she's a rain. she -a ill be accompan- ied by ner equslly pretty Kond" sister. Her Jack Silver of Los Anseles. ?lso be on hand. AU cf wnich leaies the -way for encless complica- tions. Kahn snd S-l'.er met and ccurted tile fains Jane and -rees Hocbms m 2 ixar- ie Bed Cross club ia Xot- A reports that ns are identical Xishimura. son I FILMS OF INTEREST TO AKT LOVERS of outstanding m- to art lovers vill be shovm at. the plA- Hc hbrarv on Saturday ei-e- ning at S o'clock -aits the pubho oems mnted. These SiniS. "Painters cf Quebec" and '-The Kigat of the Dra- gon" the work of painters of that eastern province mcl'-cm; A. Suzor C-arence G a g n o a. iSarc-Aurele Paul Henri Mas- sen. Andre Bierler and Alf- red A collection ivill be taken to defray expenses. -seek and be held Wednes- day. April 17. at 2 30 pjca.. in the Gas Company Today's Reflection These are grand days for work- in the garden and many i Tossea as ireli as aien are takmg advantage of them. Muscles which softened during uuiter months are limbered up again to the music of a few groans and moans. A some of the oldsters saay eien think they are suffenng with A ills alter the first attempts but find A'thev a grand night's sleep m. after their out-of-door labors There is compensation too in beholcir-g a sidv vard and seeing growmg things a.vfc snnn? strisggJicg shi up the wsrni spring surmise. Spring stimulates the to fix uo the things -nhieh have deteriorated during the One wonders when ihe will eawh with the pro- vincial government and stimulate it. into action to fix up the road oat "o ihe airport. Fallowing if" cent was in a dep condition and raisous to travelling over it. Sut the worst feature is ihe bad Mr. Donald Duce, son! O. Wight of Sail Lake I City, formerly of Frovo, T3tah. The' wedding took place as Salt Lake 1 recently -antri Bishop W. P. E G. Cnsfcrd is in :n? the 2Sth annual Association cf S, C. s. Sydal are J Mrs. G. J. Cooke left Monday Sce Calgary having seen Mr I Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Dcckmson cf ror; i Ciaresholm are voting in Monarcn. etiests of Mr. and Mrs. s. G. of Mr. sridj ciTe, b-v ter cf Mr. and Mrs. H. Sherwiek. i Sssk.. united in j Porter Harris marriage S. Man: performec A the ceremon-.. Miss Lorraine Sher- .merest was so'eromMd at ana Mr. Wellington Attrtdge J -jvoer LOXS. Church March 2.. were the only attendants The bnoe Joyce, eldest daughter of sreen dressmaker suit witn anc- I- S. Hams, became tne oro-'n accessories and ;he brides- maid a blue ensemble -f A Recipe for Today B.Y.U. to a students. _ sue i- 5 jj-de of Etonald Llovd Poner. aims- 1 es; SOn of Mr. and Mrs. Fred -anil make their home near j ot xaber. Ctirrent. i Schaufele Schultr ferns Eiigaration banquet politsn club held i Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sruckan had Easter Cards I MSDICIXS HAT. S Paul's Church :cm? a few March" 2o, -yhen Mary, daugh- Watertcn Lakes oj jir. and Mrs. Acolph Schultx I Xaaonkl j of Hiida. was united :n marriage 10 j Schaufele. son of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Gordsn A. rttsby jirs. rred Schaufele. of Sch-Jler. The left s.- the weekend to spenc a snort, ceremony ivas performea by Hev. time at Vancouver, 3C. J. Justus Kunng. The bride, in a street-length frock V'ss Sazsl Smmerson renn-neo Q, -arith matching acces- to the city a; the -sreekenti carfied a bouquet of Dink having spent the pas: three holidayin? in London, Detroit, Mich. Onial oo-jcue A.E. CROSS SON The church I and spring flowers viita Bishop Kar- J 'old Wood officiates The -neddiss march -a-as nlayed by Lome Esst- si the" orsan John Johan- sen at the During ihe signm- cf the register 2 i The b: oy her fathe_ full length embroidered place by red roses of the tiers, cos sheer. I--------_-----.- ,_ GIXGEKSXAPS Temperature: 375 degrees P. "Time: 7-8 minutes. cup shorsenmg 5- cup molasses cup brovra sugar teaspoons ginger 1 teasooon cinnamon 1 teaspoon allspice !1 teaspoon clones 2-i cups sifted all-purpose flour teaspoons baking teaspoon salt 'i cup "cereal cream Cream- together the shortening, molasses and broirn sugar: add th; j sifted drv insredients itter ss sof; ,eral hours 5 IS S UVM- .v which Brides itself on ciiic LOCAL GIRLS ITS GRIM! TO GRADUATE saster Is peeking around the cor- ner, so took a look-over Four student nurses ai It's Barbara Cook, a! l h oti g h j Miss Meston, daughter of Mr. and snnie local: Mrs. Aiex Meston tiho are noir re- stores re- siding at Vancouver, and Miss port a slight' daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. H. j of this city, graduate from merlr over; ihe Vancouver General on May 7 last; vearj while Miss Hoeler. daughter of Mr., -mil be i and Mrs. Frank Hbefer, and Miss of Mr. and Mrs. W. i graduate Iroar St. incouver. May 1. WASKIXGTOX. April a The States government lifted its oan on some of the cloth- ing frills American women have tod -.nthaur for three years. Okav has been on double cuffs, "pockei flaps and belts for a. number of apparel items. It also revoked an orcer -which uras supposed to prohibit maniuac- ture so-called "shorty" coats, cat s recenily had been -sndely vio- f lated. the agency said. Belts and belt loops vyjll be_ per- mitted on womea's ana skirts and slacks. camec a u- ui_ii.iQa Jensen Trere .IUAC- sree camaiions. The bnce's sister. S2se. J bride's mother wore 3 pastel blue j Ost, ana a ensemole, earned a. col- j triA corsage of pink roses anc Engagement I orual oo-jcuet of carpstwns. Mr. j ijys. ?Orter a _fioTE-ered black Fora attenced tne groom j of Talisman roses. 3 Af-e- the in "a bnef honeymoon the young j Rawson Hall groomsman Wilma Wismsr has couple -nil make tneir home on ihe j ATr Keith Hams and Mr. Gordon j -i- Schuler. Saunders nshers. i d black crepe can roses. Mr., Of Interest returned to her home in the city, i groom's form at. even-1 See the New Post-War Kroehler Chesterfields Unexcelled Beauty- Among these from St. Mary's An- i Johnson Reid ghcan church who attended the' meetins of tne Women's 5 Armi-arv to M5 C C. in Mrs. M. A. Arnold. Mrs. J. Payne snd Mrs. A. Phaser. Mrs. T. Delanev at the weekend frcm Charltos. Onu _to visit friends and relatives in Leih- bndge arsn district Saunders oshers. The reception vvas held in t cial ban. The bnce's table vvas The Right Eon. J. and sweetheart; sen of Mrs. Mrs. 3. A. Hafay has returned to' Couule making their home m j the ciiy spending the -Breek- j Bavnes distnct. end in Calgary." the guest of her 1 daushter and son-in-Ia'K-. Mr. and' FhSip Basun. While in Cal- J i esuy she attended the annual mesr- 1 teg 'of the Women's Auxiliary to O i Ml-S.C.G- There trill be a general _ of the lady members of the Country dub Wednesday afiemoon at 3 ___ sm-lax the United Churcn t roses, flanked by Reid. Daughter of i other spring flowers. Mrs. T. to the tables. Approx- F5 guests attended- Mr. Pierson." uncle of the bride. to Wood leasts were made bv Wilford Harris and h. Saunders isiih Ivan Earns marriage TTL Toronto on April IS. NOTED WED TO FLIER The vredding solemmzec sa St. George's TJniied per, skipping ropes formed to re- aresent a nest and small toys. Thev "'are filled -vsrth smaT candies and I covered celloahane to make sn' attracuve glf; on Sister Day. There dyes to color nard-boHed eggs' to enhance i S-s-eet concoctions _____.___.._ have not renimed la-e as yet to the post-war shops. i IX TTTAH Of interest to many living in Cardston and district -a as the isred- I cling of Miss Jovce Cooper, cousin of Mrs. Lynn Davis LeavitE of Card- PAINTTO PROTECT With CANADA PAINT PRODUCTS Canada Paint and Wall Paper Store Phone 2513 Engagements j Announced The engagement -was recently an- nounced of Satalie, daughter of Female Weakness Make you feel miserable on such days? Sa-Bsoa Hall responding. Con- tnbuaons to a program Mar- Miller. TCTfiiam. Bullock. Glen J. Johansen. .___Keith Hams. at the luncheon Tsrere Lu- cile Pierson. Lola Saunders, Mas- ine and Fem Jensen, Helen and Margaret. Tufts and Ann Miller. Mrs. S. Hams 'was In, charge of the :'s book and Sva and Yvonne o-oclock m the Marquis room. _ ommg the b _ _ of Grouo Capt.