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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1946 MILADI Younger Set Enjoy Easter Prom Phone 4040 ee m by little Joan Gurr. was pre- seEKd to the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. "L. hs-ve good in. tie I left to spend a short time in Calgary. Ana so much bad in tie best of us, i: Jll behooves any of as T VKJS. the rest us. Personals Mrs. H. Gran: entertained Wed- I 3. A. Strong s day afreraoos hostess she en- at tne ccnpii- i Yicla Heinitz. bride- j elect, iiiss recedes a jilt I ircm her hostess- jean ilsx.ell returnee to her E-tiest ef honor were presented to in an decorated in' piri and white. Mrs. 3. A. Strong iliss Scith Crsfg assisted the in serves- city. rhe Bestrtre and mson Vancouver, rormerly of JLethbndse, will arrive at Sunsntse j ski cam? weekend for a. snort Mr. snd ilrs. H- Cooke had The former recently re- their'suest tne iatter's mother, Mrs. ceived'hsr discharge from the Wrens L. Reid -aha has returned to her i is "a member ot me home in MacZeod after spending s, staff of York House Scnool for cars in the J Girls at the coast city where she' is P.T. instructor. Mrs. J. E. Si! Reflection j us tins dav oar daily bread." HOTST fervently file starving people ol Europe roust be repeating those vords of the Ixsrd's Prayer today wirie -ae in Ca-aada, neither in war years or scarce gne them a thought because ure are one j o- the best fed cations on the earth todav. Hoveler, in our hearts we. are "anxious and miliisg to share; oar bread trith those- barsgiy peo-j pie. Individuals feel frustrated bow- to accomplish it bat are anxious to Orange Blend place of bread or various products made from wheat. They may mutter abcttit the inconvenience of it but. in their heaws will be happy to make the sacfiSee. As long as there is no rationing of bread it will con- i tinue to be wasted in smail 1 not intentiosaJly but thoughtlesslv. Sosie may say "the people, brought it on themselves, but. in so j dont forget, the next, words of the OTTAWA, April praver, as our trespasses', ada's new governor- as "we forgive those who trespass Marshal Viscount against sis." Each time you eat bread j be continuing a tradition he CHILDREN AGAIN AT RIDEAU HALL father sportec. throughous the Bur- as catcoajgs. i a Typical of support to orthwhiie causes was the raising tet be a reminder of the stanin; masses of humanity wao need it so much more than you or Ohio. Wed at St. Augustin's mon left at the; nnitsgr of the week to visit in- Cslgarv iRtA her daughter and son- j Collegiate students are pictured as thev enjoyed festivities at the Easter prom recently. Sponsored by members of the Students' Council, the event had a gay springtisne setting. Photo; Herald Engraving. Mrs. Mr. and iirs. Donald Camp- j ibelL i Bed. white and ptak carnations j were used in decoration when Miss) Mrs. M. returned to her, Gurr entertained at a mis- home in Drumhelisr after j shower in honor of Mrs. I spent the past week visitmg m the, Fred Sutherland (nee Edith Shaf- QJJ-, the guest of Mr. and 3irs. 5 er) A msuve, txnk and yellow sgii Bracford. decorated wagon 'uU of gifts, wheel- WE FEATURE Easter Cards By. COUTTS A.E. CROSS SON AVE-N tt S- For that very- different Chesterfield See the Post-War KROEHLER Mr, and Mrs. Richard Thompson returned from Great Falls. sMont, where they spent, the past ulean became the bride of .nar-; Francis Cross, son of Mr. and i "s. F. M. Cross of Carmangay. The bnde wore a Soor-isngth gown of coDen blue sheer crepe- and Ions: white" veiL Ser bouquet, was an "arrangement of cee? rose car- nations. The bridesmaid was Miss Hobarta Bechthel, who cnose a floor-length gown of pink crepe and .j. I mile with a small hat and corsage, i of white carnations Mr. Bobert .J, i cposs acted as groomsman for his; !nends will be sorry to 2eam that: brother. Gal: appendectomy. _ .YrS, Mary Watson has returned The -5- AT COAST to the city after having spent the K month relieving as T.C.A. agent the Calgarv office. Miss June OTleiilv, daugh- ler of Staff Sergeant and Mrs. J. H. C'Seiily, is among student; nurses ai St. Paul's hos-iraX Vancouver, graduat- ing" on May 1. The family moved to the city several months ago from Saskatoon. Stafl Sergeant CXKeiily be- ms traasferred here in the WITH A PALM OLIVE BEAUTY BATH bit rired? Thea take restful, soothing Palmolire Bath. Yes, yoa prefer z. leisurely tub, tingling shower, or a quick partial faith at tec trash basin, you'll find thar a Pataolive Bath soothes your astves i relaxes tixed Hliiscies Iqp ves you fesliag thoronghly refreshed! Take a Btrth doily. Thete's relaxarioaiait for yon, refreshing cleanlricssj aad soft snooth skin loveliness for Pakrolive is inade with beauty- rich Pabn aad Olive TRY FALMOIIVTS 14-DAY ItAUTY FIAN FALMOUVE fnvcv COOTPMXX LESS OIUNESS LESS DRYNESS FINER TEXTURE FEWER BLEMISHES presidsn; o: Believue, were visitors in tae city j camp, B.C. Bishop on Monday to artena 22afi off'taa-ed at the ceremocv. niversary banquet of j-aith Heoe-i bride wore a gown, of white lodge !Xo. 93. While m the city marquisene. Her floor- j :r were guests a; tne home of length veil was" held in place by j Mr." and Mrs. J. P. tjnswonh. j coronet of orange blossoms. She: Mrs. H. T. Snuth, __ Lsthbridge, arrived in the city vved- wili hold its regular neetmg on Fndav, April 12, at 3 p-m_, sharp. The second deeree will be conferred. members are asked to attend. Visiting broilers welcome. The regular monthly meeting of the Dr. Mewbum chanter I.CXDJ3L ,.B I will be held Tnursday, Aprii 18, in Gas Co. at Those present; included pupils and guesis of the local members, who enjoyed s program of pianoforte and vocal numbers presented by, jliss Beatrice Livingstone and Terry j Home. In her nrst grout) of pianofortes selections Miss Livingstone played1 the weJl-known Myra Hess arrange- ment of Bach's Jov of Man's the "Earning Song So-1 nata" by the early 18th csnniry Scarlatti! the in A Fiat" by Chopin. This proved to'j be a most Interesting group of com- positions greatly diversified in char- acter and ably presented by the pianist. For her second group, works fay Pmtush and Spanish com- posers were chosen, "May Uight" far Palmgren, and "Segaidllla" by Albemz. As an encore Miss living- stone played the well-known "E Minor Valse" of Chouio- Tocal which. SHOULD KNOW about MERCOLIZED WAX nestiav evenmg from Standard to visit; her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and iSrs. C. 3. Clendenan. Weddings 1EEDICISE HAT. (HKS) On Thursday, Aaril 4, a quiet Treading took: place in St. Barnabas church, when Beatrice Diane Suave, only daughter of Xi. Fishsr, was united in -marriage to Mr. Balph Jans. The rector, Hev. L. H. Pesrson, performed tne csre- The bride, in floor-length whits sheer Tvita veil 1 allmg to the hem of her gown, carried an arm bou- ques of piri roses. only at- tendant. Hiss Elizabeth Mueller, was smart in a cueens blue Sroet earned a bouquet of pink car- nations. Sir. Andrew Jordaiv at- :ended the groom. The couple wiii their hoins at Temon. B.C. CAH3JAXGAT. (HNS) A wedding was solemnized at- the Roman Catholic church, sigh Xivsr. b- Kev. Father Fitroatnck on Aara 3, when Terna Johnson of floor-length blue south. will orchestra. The Lensky aria froiH Tschaikowsky's j Onegin" was tiie singer's 1 oaenins selection. As an encore of .i_ leave church about 8 pjn. corns. Visitors irel- sheer dresses carried sprays of pink and whits carnations. 3ir. Joh-i Derricots, brother the bride, acted as best loan and the guests wers ushered by Smer Der- ncott and Wavne Orr. Dunpg the signing of the register Wiiraa. Orr sang, accompanied by Mrs. Javana Qrr at the organ. A recention was held at the home i of the "bnde's aunt, Mrs. Owen KniOVaOle Dickie, where 30 guests were jre-1 J J ____ ceived by the briaal party, xae j Tuesdav evening members of bnoal taale was centrea b_. a Lethb'-die of Al- tier wedding case. Toasts to tr.e bnde anc. groom were given, by oerta The Mothers' Union of St. Mary's church will meet in the parish Friday afternoon at 3 o'clocK. Music Teachers Hold Clean-cut _________groom Bishop Orr and J. Tiuelen. Out-of-town guests included ifr. and Mrs- J. Thielen and daughter, Josenmne; ilr. and Mrs. Sooerts, Cardston; 3ars. Burrows, Mrs. Herchmer. sister and mother of the groom. of Chapman Camp, B.C.; Mrs Condiard and daughter, Beta, ol ilacleod; Ariene SSlis of Grsnum; and Mrs. FraES Hart and children of Letlibridge. The hapay couple left Friday for Vancouver." "where they will spend their nonevmoon. The bnde chose for travelling a rose creoe after- noon frock topped by a green coat with brown accessories. Her cor- sage was of carnations. Mr. and Mrs. Herchmsr will mat? their home at Chapman. Camp, Marriage Announced j Mr. and ilrs. J. B. ATll'ian of j Jjethbridge. wish to announce the marriage of their youngest daugh- ter, juols, to Hoy C. Lyon of Barons. The marriage took place in High. River on March 31, with Mr. and Mrs. layon as attendants. A short honevmoon was spent in Calgary and Banff. Mr. sad Sirs. "PTm. I-es, ST., an- nounce the engagement of their onlv daughter. Doris Mary, to Don- ald" Grant Nedea, eldest son of Mrs. Zona. all of this city. wedding is to take place tne end of ApriL Churches and Societies Lethbndge Lodge No. 2. 3OOF.. will hold its regular meeting on Friday, April 12. at 8 ?.ra- sharp" Second Degree will be con- ferred. All memoers are askea to attend. Visiting brothers welcome. t The Auxiliary to the, United Commercial Travellers are; i having their regular sewing meet- j me tonlchi at tne home of Mrs. H Fisher. 730 Eighth. St. 5, as, 'o'clock. Rebecca Lodge No. 93 are holdme a tea at the home of Sister j Snowden. 3250-I4th Ave. N.. on Fn- dav afternoon from tliree o'clock to five. AU members are asked to bnr.g all finished work and dor.a- tions for tne sale. Hostesses will, be Snowcen and Wilkie. All Re- beccas aad friends are welcome. ------Music Teachers _ held a. delightful musicale at the j ed by a social hour at whica home of Mr. and Mrs. Terry Home.' frpstimsnts were served. Horne sang irom Han- dei's "Ssrses." A group of Ger- man lieder comprised his second group: "Verborgecheir" by Wolf, and and "Zneignunz" bv Strauss- Three modem songs were added to this group as en- cores, consisting of Head; "This Day is Ware, and "I Heard You go Wood. Ail the vocal selections were sung with arSstzy and understanding. The accompaniments for the vo- cal numbers "were played by Miss Aileen. Jones in a sympathetic man- ner. The musical program was foHow- ___ _. ____ ___ re- freshments were served. Photo by Cross Engraving A wedding of interest took place' on Saturday evening, "March 23, at. St. Augustm's church when Bev. Leslie L. Grant officiated at the marriage of Joan, daughter of Mr. t and Mrs. S. Davis of Calgary and, John William Maurice Dean, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dean of Leth- bridge. The bride was attired in a two- tiiece dress of oueen's blue and hat o' mohair braid with pmk flowers. .g-ne carried a colonial bouquet of -oses and sweet peas. The matron of honor. Mrs. T. H. Davis of Cal- garr, cousin of the bnde. wore rose with' navy accessories and corsage KsTTign rcees. Mr. Howard St. Peter of Milk River, supported the groom. A reception followed at the Mar- otas hotel, where Mrs. S. Dans, in a dress of green and corsage of white carnations and Mrs.. Dean, wearing a wine two-piece dress and corsaee of pink carnations, received with "the bridal party. Bev. Mr., Grant proposed, the toast to the, bride. For the honeymoon trip by piane in Banff, the bride changed to_ a green dressmaker suit witn top coat. ___ and Lady Alexander move into i Riaeau Hall with their three chii- drea. Rose. 13; Shane, 10; and Bry- j an, 6. TSsey will also have little- Henrietta one of the chil- dren's friends, with them as s. guest., Nearly every Government House, occupant has brought children who iha'.e taken advantage of ideal J {playgrounds in the rolling te-r around tne big house. The Alexarders" children are ex- pected to continue their careful, quiet schooling at their new home. Rose, a slender girl with dark EU- biim hair, has been doing her les- sons at home and also helping with the household wcrk, at the i has commuted to school bv bicvcle. Windsor Forest residence. Shane; Pair-haired little Bryan's biggest j job so far has been playing with j ._. ms tanks and guns and his favorite Now beauty witfiia plaything, a much-worn hat his j n. cf tKy who goes '___________________________1 Mercoliirf War CrMtt. TKts famoia Crean contains An lagrcdient used long hirfory it and diuclvM scaly ehapplngi and is in hilpTr.g to iranJ- In presence of Wax CrcaB Icvely acKoa fekes on slin surface, end of dingy, elcudy pigment a retarded. If your complexion a PASS- ABLE don't be to male it radiant, and younger laolieg with MercoHlttl Wax Creoat. only as directed. S14 Sixth St. S. Phone 3344 Brown Calf An all-over smooth brorwa Tvitii art limeTent marfc of smart simplicity. 11.00 NOEL OILY by eii of SAXOUTE ASTRINEaJT. SaxsIHc In witth tfiml pit if oa xfcla ii.-nes a dtf. K isbdcet oil, soS liin fcr te-T- cosiracSiai, and ffw nfrtihtcL Does Your Stomach Rebel After the Meals You Eat? Westbrook Beauty Parlor UNDER XEW MANAGEMENT Mrs. Dorothy IMce, formerly of Brooks' Beauty Parlor, has pur- chased the business and will be glad to meet; sH her old, and new customers. EXPERT OPEKATOKS COCKTEOTJS SERVICE Satalency betweea meals; the risng andsonring_of food, all these, and more, faEto the lot of thoee suffering from stomach troabte. .1 Burdock Blood Bitters helps to stimulate the sjucgisn action of ths digesdve and intsstmal system by promoting the ficrsr of the important gastric inices so necessarsr for the uroper digestion of food- You win when you take B. B- B- that digestion, assmHation ana elimination are ereatly improved by its use- Ask at counter for B. B. B. Price a bottle. Tie T. ICIbcra Co., Irrcmied. Toiosto. Ont. RUMMAGE SALE PRESBYTERIAN CHCRCH SATURDAY, APRIL 13 at 1.30 P.M. THW SHOES IN WESf ..hat a stsooth r.ew snoulder lire Pattern 4806 has! Good looking and easy to construct, tnis dress has no i sleeves to set ir.. If you wish, use, I remnants for smart contrast. Pattern 4806 in sizes 14, 16. 20; 32, 34. 35, 38. 40 42. !2% yds. 39-m.; id. contrast. Send cents to The Lethbridge; i Herald. Pattern for caea pat- tern. Two weeks' time should be allowed for pattern to reach you. Cse This Coupon. Print Your. Name and Address Plainly. ji-rr, _ ___ ___ JJ-- __ ____ j To The Lethbridce Herald, Pattern BepU Leihbridge, AIU. Postponement Faith Rebekah lodge No- S3 sale of work has been postponed until. further notice, owing to the death of Siiter ST. ilacGregor. Lethbndge Lodge No. 2. I C.OJF. j OVER 100 MiLLiQK BOTTLES SOLD! VERY EFFECTIVE FOR MONTHLY PAIN i Araer.'j mosf famoos peifoma in Ikjhfer fonn, sserfect for cffer-bcA or atomizer, i by many women. J V Blue Gross Rower oz., 1.50 (wSh atomizer Pattern Size Name Address Lydia E, DOES MORE than rdicvc monthly pao whea due to female fractional penodic distcrbaaocs. It also reJjcvts aocompaay- Kig weak, tired, nervous, cranky fectass of such nature. P.nUra-n's Compound is a vSenne srialtrt ore of the most effect, ve raedioncs you can buy to relieve A. M. Sutherland Drug Co. MARQUIS HOTEL BUILDING It Cost a Pretty Penny! It's Worth the Best of Care DON'T FEED YOUR COAT TO THE MOTHS Bring jour precious furs now to New York Furriers where they are covered by insurance for- a full twelve months from the date of storage, protected against all eventualities while in storage or while in your home or being worn. Make the most of this outstanding service it is all covered by the same low storage charges. Call New York Furriers for storage or ex- pert repairs, NOW! SPRING COATS AND DRESSES Arriving daily. See our -wonderful collection of sheers, prints and jerseys, delightful for Easter and after they're priced to meet your budget. A deposit will hold your choice till required. Choose New Furs Now At New York Furriers Right now at Xew York Furriers you'll find selection of the new furs for 1946 choose the exciting fur creation you'll want next winter now. on Xew York Parriers lay-away plan. We'll store them for you free of charge. NEW YORK FUR DRESS SHOP 3rd Ave. S. Phone 3276 Opp. Library NFWSPAPFR! NF'WSPAPFEJ ;