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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta I PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEDNESDAY, APRIL MILADI Appoint Lethbridge Nurses Phone 4040 Women's Editor Phone 4040 IUE WISE OLD OWL 4 old owl lived in an oak; j Tie more he saw the less ie Tie less" be spoke tie more he: 3 trT; we be lik- list bird Personals... J. D. 2ttoa and ssall son: Banner arrived in the city Monday Ecmonton 10 her Mr. and Sirs. B. P- Tanner. Mrs. Stcn was accompanied oy iiop. X H. and Mrs. Tanner, who j wets en rotste 10 visit ia Mrs. Hugh G of the Major Jac. I.O.D.2L. nas returnee w from Edmonton where she the Provincial Chapxr. meeting. o'clock at. the home. The -i table ras a three-tier wedding cake in a setting of yello-.r 1 The same colors were :o cecorate "the room. Mr. nd Lvckicsn proposed the Photo. Herald MISS LEOLA. WATSOX JIBS. BERTHA KIPP A quiet wedding was solemnized at First, Baausi citirch, Lethbridge, os. Aoril when Alice Lilian, elcesi cashier of tie iate Mr. and Mrs. AtviG. jLvckniSJi. became the bride of Leonard Lee, eldest sos of Mrs. of Los Arigeles. California. Sev. Gerald M. pefformec the ceremony. The bride chose fer the occasion an. afternoon frock, of bJue crepe sequin trim, a gold-tone hat and carried a bouquet pink roses. Miss Hazel Rhodes of ChsmpiKJ was ier bricesmsic. wearing a rose crepe dress with a corsage of oink carnations. Stanley lATkman. brorier of tne bride, was in Gall j" codaie left for a short honey- moos a; Calgary. On returning Mr I. Greenwood is leaving tccay j thev will reside as Bellevue. io spend a few days vising Churches and After feavsag attenced the pro- rincial chsoter, i Q meeting in Edmonton. Mis. J. L.! Tenner, regent of the Ausiliary to chapter, has returrecl to her home in the city. Mrs. Lyal Campbell and daughter and son-in-law, Mr. Biiiij Mrs. D- Serwood. are to arrive in .the city tonight from" Vancouver to visrs Mrs. Campbell's sister, Mrs. Laura Marsden- Capt. Lloyd Gerla is leaving io-j _____ ttie and Kavr Yeterens" is holding a tea and sale" of work in the Gas nv Auditorium on Fncay, Three E 3 wi chairmen of sec- tions were electee Tuesday to the executive of the! Alberts Associa-f tics of Register- ed Nurses at its 28th annual meet-[ ing in Edmonton., They are: Gener-% al nursing chair- >4 man. Mrs. Bertha Kipp; vice-chair-; of E. Gnraey Leiafarldge; secretary treasurer, Miss Leola Lethbncge. Today's Reflection Year I tiazarene Church When "Postie" suddenly an-; nouaces that his is being j changed, it is a minor teagedy in; the lives of most Households, It gives obe the same feeling as an- sneni of a friend's departure. The government employs biti bus tee householder takes iiirn almost as part of the family. Certainly his arrival with the mai! inu> the routine of the household activities. He is no: juss the mail-man. He is a friend and as such, one regrets his transfer to another route. He- Krports Show Increased Member- Maries Event vhich. followed, reports were given by the pastor. Rev. W. R. Eobin- soo, aRd department heads, show- cent, increase in membership, and all bills paid, with a. balance oa hand. Eections brought the following results: Board of Dunbar, W. Meaier. K. R. Jarvis and F. W. Hunt; board The congregation of the Ciiureh of Mrs. W. Meaner. Mrs. of "the Nazarene recently enjoyed an j D. Dunbar, Mrs. L. M. and Mrs. K. R. Hunt; gardless of the weather, postie ar- yeiiow tapers. rives with a cheery word and smile, feras. Durins, He ma-.- bring good or had news. I jarvis and Mr. Wilfred Jensen sang siass; so'os accompanied by Miss ____ vfiien a dinner __ ____ the" YJS.CJU followed! Sunday school superintendent, Mr. bv the church annual meeting. William Meaker; annual district "Following tae Easier motif, the j assembly K- R. iaH'es were beautiful with mauve Hunt. Miss M. Rovcroft and Mis. and vellow deco-ratious. including i W. R. Robinson; church school mauve plants and t D. Dunbar Miss_ M. During cinjaer Mr. Reg. but generally it is the former._________ hid. For 25 years Hugh Cuthbenson 1 Hunt- has been on the same route and If During have been fortune enough to cave been included on it part of thai time. To lighten his. heavy burden, part of it has been engaged. Change has also taken place in of other oosites here. Doubtless we shall like the new who rail a: our homes but she old ones take osir love and sdmiraiioa along with them. They have won a warm place in our heans and lives. Bless them I Roveroft, Mrs. W. Meaker. L, Hunt W. Jensen. A vote of thanks was extended to Girl Guide Meeting To Be Held Calgary CALGARY, April 100 out-of-town delegates are ex- pected to attend the annual meet- ing of the Alberta provincial coun- cil. Canadian Girl Guides Asso- ciation, Friday and Saturday. "Hie meeting will include addresses by Guide officials and special training courses. The theme of the conference for g-uiders and commissioners Is "Turning Wheels." Mrs. E. C. Par- dee of Edmonton, provincial Guide commissioner, will preside at the sessions. !i "We never thought we'd live to see the day when everybody was the business meeting Rev. aid Mrs. Robinson and other i frantically searching church officers. brick. Butter! for gold in 3 additions, stirring as lightly as possible. Add the eggs, well oea1- en. Pour the batter into an oiieo can 8 inches bv 8 inches: bake iri ______t., LONDOX April Cable) Eizabeih and Princess Margaret Rose accompanied an in- jo-inal rjartv last night to see the play. "The First at the Savor theatre. The group included the Earl of Rocksavage, 27-vear-old heir of the Marquess of Cholmondeley; t oJ Christ- Scientist, 8 o'ciock. at which testimonies of healing visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. SI. Gerla. j xhe nursing di-.ision. Ss. John JAmbulsnce Brigade, will meet in Mrs. W. S. SatierUrsraite was a j the Red Cross rooms. Thurscay. Vondar evening hostess -shen she i April 23. at 8 pjn. There will be estertair-ed in honor of Miss Jennie drill, blanketing stretcn- Vvaicuist, bride-elect. Miss 'Wal- ouisi" received a combined gift from ers and hancseats. those present. Mrs. A. Zook and Mrs. S. Hobinsoa assisted the host- ess in serving. Mrs. Fred Hick returned to her home in the city during the week- end after having spent the past three weeks" in Calgary. She was accompanied on the return trip by her daughter, Mrs. W. An- derson and raro small children, who wOl visit with, her for ae. indefinite of time. Leaving the city eve- mag. Mrs. George A. Young is spending two weeks at Vancouver where she is the- guest of fier mother, Mrs. G. E. C. fonu- eriv of this city. _ Mr. Fred McDowell, formerly member of the radio station sta3 here, has been spending two days Sn the city, a guest at the .Marquis. Mrs. "Wilson Donaldson arrived in the city Tuesday evening from Port Srie, Out., to join her husband. and Mrs. Donaldson wiU be leaving soon to reside in. Shauga- nessy. m m Engagements Annoimced... Mr. and Mrs. W. "W. Adaia of Lethbridge wish to announce the eueagemeni of their only daugnter, Dorothy to Mr. Maurice Curler Archibald, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Archibald of this city. The marriage will take place the first part of June. Mr. and Mrs. James Gibson wish. to announce the engagement of their daughter Elizabeth (Betty) to John Alfred Seattle, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Seattle of Ottawa. The marriage wUi take place early in May. Mr. and Mrs. L. Snowden of Lethbridge announce the engage- ment of their only daughter, Verna, to Mr. George Courts, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Coatts of this city. The wedding will take place in the near future. The regular meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary to the F.CXB. will be held in the F.OJEL club rooms on Thurs- dav April 11, at S o'clock. Hostesses wiU be Sisters Childs and Wright, j v 1 The regular meetins of Dominion Rebekah lodge No. 41 will be held in the I.O.OJF. bail at S o'clock, Thursday evening, April 11. Visit- ing Eebekaas will be welcome. The regular monthly meeting of Sir Alexander Gait chapter, I.OJ5JE., will be held, in the Gas Co. audi- torium on Thursday. April 11. at pjn. A full attendance would be appreciated. The Ladles' Auxiliary to the United Commercial Travellers are having their regular sewing meet- ing "at the home of Mrs. R. Fisher, 730 Eighth St. S., at 3 o'clock. Members of Laurel Chapter Kb 43, O.K.S.. are reminded "of the social evening to be held at the Masonic hall, Thursday evening, April II. 8 o'clock, honoring' our Soglish war brides with their hus- bands. A Recipe for Today PRIZE GINGERBREAD Temperature: 325 deg. F. Time: 40 minutes. cup shortening cup brown sugar cap molasses cup boiling water 1-i cups sifted all-nurpcse flour teaspoon baking powder teaspoon baking soda teaspoon, ginger salt 3.-i teaspoon nutmeg teaspoon allspice 2 eggs, well beaten Cream together the shortening, brown sugar and molasses; add the boilinz water; blend well and cool slightly. Sift the dry ingredients 3 times; add to the molasses mixture fibs Developed and Printed A.E. CROSS SON THIRD AVEXUE S. Westbrook Bros.' Beauty Parlor UNDER NTEW MANAGEMENT Mrs. Dorothy Price, formerly of Brooks' Beauty Parlor, has pur- chased the business and will be glad to meet all her old, and new customers. EXPERT OPERATORS COURTEOUS SERVICE "VVing Cmdr. Peter Townsend. ry to the King: Capt. the Hon. pan 8 inches oy 8 incces: m i Andrew Slphinstone, a cousin of the moderate oven until Serve princesses." and Mrs. Vicarv Gibbs, fresh. Yield 9-12 squares. lady-in-waiting to Princess Sliza- Good Bedside Nurses Needed EDMONTON; April new fields of nursing are opening and there is a -dire need" 01 good i bedside nurses. Miss Barbara Beat- j tie, superintendent of nurses at the j crovincial mental hospital, Poaoka, and president of the Alberta Asso- ciation of Registered Nurses, said here. j In opening the association's 23th! annual" meeting Monday, Miss Beat- j tie said the shortage of nurses was i evervn-here acute. Nurses should! take" a keen interest in their pro- j fession and in building and develop- j ing it. j Miss E. B. Rogers, registrar-sec- i retary. reported that new registra-! tions from December, 1944, to De- cember. 1945, numbered 391, with i membership renewals totalling j Total active membership now is j Alberta nurses contributed j S271 for clothing and food for nurses j of the Netherlands, and made other contributions. Eght former nursing sisters have enrolled in the public health course, at Alberta University's School of! Nursing. Miss R. M. Gavin, treasurer, re- ported receipts for the year amount- ed to which membership fees made up Disbursements duriag-the year amounted to Mayor Harry Ainlay of Edmonton praised the work of nurses during the vs-ar years in irelcommg dele- gates to the city. For EXTERIOR PAINTING Cf No. 356 First Coster Cf No. 349 Outside White Canada Paint Wallpaper Store Phone 2313 by thl? ond beauty counter A. M. SUTHERLAND DRUG CO. .SPRING HATS ARE CROWNLESS TORONTO. April far cry from the austerity designs of the war years was a bevy of spring hats displayed Monday at a fashion show. There' wasn't a crown in a- car- load. The hats were big. gorgeous and flattering, heaped with flowers j and tied with ribbons. i Except for one strictly tailored brown straw classic, the hats had i all the subtlety of a brass band, in contrast to the neutral shades of i most-of the high fashion clothes, i Beauty at Bedtime See Kroehler's outstanding new designs for comfort quality and smartness SALE OF WORK AND TEA IN THE GAS COMPANY AUDITORIUM Under the Auspices of the L.A. to the Army and Navy Veterans FRIDAY, APRIL 12 From 2 to 5 Here's a lovely nightgovim that just can't slip off your shoulders because of the cleverly designed halter neck! Easy-to-seir. Pattern 4616 includes glamorous bed jacket. Pattern 4615: 12. K, 16, 18. 20: 30. 32, 34, 36, 33. 40, 42. Size 16 gown, 2% yds. 39-in.; jacket 1'i yds. Send 20 cents to The LethbrJdge Herald. Pattern Depfc, for each pat- j iem. Two time should be I aliou-ed for pattern to reach you. Use This Coupon. Print Your Name and Address Plainly. To The Lethbridjfe Herald, Pattern Lethbridjc, Alia. Pattern 4616. Size..... Address THURSDAY AT RYLANDS Featuring Newly Arrived FABRICS 36-INCH FINE CHECKED GINGHAM TWEEDS This is a sturdy quality cloth, "Sanfor- ized Very suitable for dress- es, skirts, blouses, jackets, etc. Special, yard SPECIAL! 36-INCH FINE SPUN RAYONS 2 shades only: White and Scarlet. This is an ideal quality for blouses or children's dresses, very fine and soft. Draping quality. Special Price, yard 54-INCH FINE ENGLISH DRESS WOOLENS Just what many of you have been -waiting for. These fine Botany -woollens arrived this week and are shown in spring's smart- est colors: Snow Aqua, Planters Lime, Clover Red, Beauty Coral, Rapture Blue, and Black. Yard 54-INCH ENGLISH CAMEL HAIR AND Wool Coating This is in a beautiful beige shade. Just ar- rived from for sports jackets and coats for either ladies or men. Yard 36-Inch Figured Waffle Cloths and Seersuckers Waffle cloths are shown in smart geometric designs, very smart for dresses. Seersuckers in floral stripe effects, also pin stripes and spot effects, also grand for dresses. Yard.... 444nch WHITE RAYON PIQUE Another shipment just to hand of this very- popular fabric Yard 36-Inch Fine Figured MULLS Soft and dainty for infants' and chil- dren's summer dresses. Small flor- al designs on pas- tel grounds. Yard 79c Size 20x32 GLASS CLOTHS 60% linen 'and 40% cotton, assorted colored borders very absorbent and good polish- ing texture. Each 59c Clearing 300 Yds. Finest Quality Glazed Chintz Gay floral effects, all guar- anteed fast colors. Reg. yard, to clear, yard.... 95c RYLANDS COMPANY Corneir 3rd Ave. and 5th St. S. A Lethbridge-owned Store vWSPAFERf ;