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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRTDGE HERALD SATURDAY, APRIL MILADI Larffes CSfoic Stimulates Interest 'Teen Agers In Handcraft Phone 4040 Women's Editor Phone 4040 FOR YOU -r r are 'iVecnesday events Miss Befv >f fance-tc-re. v as g'-est c. j-o-or at a snc ver, Mrs. B Caulder as hcx-tess bit The sm of r. Mrs A- X. a l ir.e 3 tiro months vacation her fcmer honte Ottawa. Personals specks ar_d yeCcw daffo-. p-jcg k Ca'garj- cils Lgniec o. tall yfcJxs: srM? her parents, Mr. anc, were ceccra-.ora j. M. at tne hose cf Mrs. Jaci; Heinitz when Mrs. M. at a cartv. coaldale, are spencing an extenc-1 her ssster-sn-lfar1. Mas Herci'z. ec rolicai voting at tse come of. nnce-e.ect Honors :or bncse jhesr prc caush'er. Mr.' when to Mrs S. and Miss T_ purkis a; Scith Mrs. H Grant snc' creek. The cuest of nosor receiied a Her. Canon W Prior of Toronto. frcm'her iho wcs as overseas pcdre for I years curing tne ua-. tas been Cast. A. J. M. Gardiner arrtrec.' Visiting in f e cit> en rc'-re in tne crv Thursday trosr1 Fort fro3i s'a'e Whilc 11 TVasnjsgton, to scene leave "was the suerJ o: in the wtth rus wrfe anc jjev. il I_ anc. Mrs. Grcnt a: S-. i Aagusun's rec'ory. Mrs li. Green and snrxll son Hichsrd are in the for i a. few savs front Beilevue. ___S. Davies of Mecicnte tne Tseek-ena. guest ot Mr joS ting in sewin; seeing class are r. tre ladies Organaation cimdi skirts and Impro-.ement is soonsor- b M h rhers are classes in harmcrai- girls from grade sweaters and oooov SOCKS in ed Miss zs, assisting. The seAing in lae lower photo, is convened by Mrs. M. HSaraie. He'pers are Mrs. A. Rasmussen and Mrs. B. F. Tanner. As tne girls become more accom- neiv members will be invited se classes which are held Cross rooms. 15. at 7-30. to go in s body to I the Iienien meeting after lihich' Cheer Group will meet in the Wo- men's Parlor. W.C.T.U. SPEAKER WILL VISIT CITY Miss Grant field sec- Alberta Musical Festival Opens Here Next Month Alberta's 3Sth annual Fesuial will oe hela us May 20-25 icclusne with Arnold be tnet sex; neek. in Lethoncge anc cis- fronl events be glad adjudicating musi- Associated with -soli of art to speak to any orgaHizaiion and has messages for anv sge sroua. She is especiailr to sseai to people ientific Temperance and health Alberta inspectorates. Entries April 20. Musical ing. Local Officers Members of this j ear's provincial executive inciuce Mrs. Fred Jack- son, president; How- ard Stutchbury. Edmonton, vice- president; Mrs. Janet McLeod, Jjeth- bridge. secretarj -treasurer; Her- bert G. Turner, Mrs. T. W. Hamil- ton, H. "W. Roberts, Mr. Starring: at Etamonton in 1907.___. the movement has advanced with' Mrs. Farqunarson. Calgarv; hghtnmg speed and now embraces j Percy Cull. Lsthbndge. haaiiets. 'OTTOS and cities from rbe j 1 Atlantic to Pacific coasts. Rural, claused I ing Temperance they hai'e heard. Miss Grant -ail! be guess speaker i number and include in- at SouthEnniter "WMtS meeting sirmcesial. sight singing and play- on "Wednesday afternoon at 3 00" ear lesis. composition, action o'clock. April 17, m Southrcmsier haU. songs, elocution aui choral speak- Slimming Ensemble iiome in Cclgarr. V ilrs Jack Cooke Js leaving today 10 snend ihe in Calgary nsirirg' ner huscsrc who re- cesJy iransfrtred tnere ttttli Fnencs of Barrie linn irfl be sorrv :o learn tbae ae is a pneu- moma patient Si. Michael's hos- Ccnstie ar- Caigary. on Dr. and Mrs V. ived IT: the city fr M. elcerl" lacr from tne countrv was jassis'ed in "locating different, places, visiting in tile for a f Mrs. S. V. Manchester of Calgary, of Lethbncge, lef: last! oavs A numrer of Isoies irom cJ Of towa visited the horns curing the for Vancouver to attenc tne rcamase o; her causnter Helei Manchester aac Horace Sing Willsoa wnic-n took place Wecnes- Mr. and Mrs C. B Shimp of Vulcan, cave recenec of tnej saf" arrival :n Svonev. A'-stralia, j "----O C Dai- TSM. corjieauaa. A considerable increase iras sho'sra i las: mentis in the nttmoer or ow-i n suests arriving by lats trauii snd bus Thirf.-tvro ceoaie helped at the station, ana trams Women AROUND THE WORLD Did You Buy Those Easter Cards SEE OCB SELECTION A.E. CROSS SON THIRD AVEXTTE S. After having undergone an oper- ation in s. Calgary hcspral, Mrs H. Halton of Pmcner Creek, -s re- ported :o be progressing favoraoly Mrs. George Jealous arrived _ in TniE weeV A- ihe bus busses were met ana 33 peofj'e assisted in mak- ing calls, changing bosses and locating fnenos, etc. Featuring Fine Furniture Today's Reflection j Did you ever what men ______ ._. j Think about when tney stano. in Creek to jam her husband and j gjrmps m front of a new car not nn hcrp. saving jusi looking? TRAVELLERS' AH> X REPORT FOR 5IARCH Several women with young chll- firen, who catce here for work, were given assistance as the toms lass month. One sucn taken care of for a week. An COMING SOON to trv to 3na out ana asked a mar.. He ansrerea. "The same thing a thmls abous; sue goes to buy a nsw hat." Til bet he _doesn't know wha; a woman's thoughts are at a time like that or he woula never have given taas renly Obeying that spnngnme urge which rises in tne feminine heart at this season, tneir run something like tms. i "It's "spring so I think m bu- a nat A recruiting crie for 200 female don has lollowec in: by Home Secre- I tarv Sde thai the marriage bar has been a "particular hira- ranee' to reeruririg, is to be re- Ccta'ara took a look ac the new go'vemor general's lady on Friday and aparoiec. Lsay 37, proved RTI at- iaracave young wlrh black hah-" in a soft roll, Tvear- ing a delonuuuni clue wool cress and a small feathered ha- of the same cark olue touches of sky bme and a -ssisp of veil. The 1946 golo. meoal of the Ameri- can Acaaemv of Arts and Letters for "Beautv "of Speech on Am- encan Stage" has been awarded to Ethei Banymore. It would be fust to have a suly one, I the majonty of them are anyway. iril get one "that, wiU do sornetrung for me. That pert Tittle flower nnnr- ber would 'ook smart with -a- j Mavbe tne one with tre stove-pine I crown woula he'm giv-e me the aen- i al-shm look. Oh. there is a oreara !of a hat! It woularrt match my clothes ana its far too e-spensiv fan; I think m it anyway' Beason flies out tne window when i z. woman buys a hat in the spnng- jnmp But wno wants to oe reason- able all tne time' Mayce that is Easter Tea PANTRY AND SEWING TABLE Thursday, April 18 from 2-5 AT THE GAS CO. AUDITORIUM Undex the Auspices L.A. to Canadian Legion what the meant. S3. Homestead Red For Barns and Outbuildings Canada Paint Wallpaper Store Phone 2513 Churches and Societies The Frfendlv Service Gro'JD of the Eap'ist Church, will meec Monday evening. Ann! 15th. at 3 p_m., at the harae of Sirs. Coleman. comer llrh street and Sth Ave. S. j I Mrs. Zook's and Mrs Davie's sec- tion of St. Andrew's Ladies' Aid will mees on Tuesoai afternoon zz at the some of Mrs. Bennie, S43 llth Street South. Please note change of date. The Auxiliary to ihe 20th Tark will not hola tneir meeting this "month bu; w01 nold K in May. The regular monthly meeting of the Gain Hospital Xurses Alumnae will ba held Mondav, Aucil 15, at the home of Mrs D. J. I.- "Williams, 12O4 Fourth Avenue South, ai S Djn. Everyone is requested, to bring tceir own "sugar. Miss Mossey's and Miss Parry's business and nrofessional girls' sec- uon of St Augustus's will meet ez the home of Miss Parry. 1261 Fif a Avenue South, on. Monoay at 8 It's the girl's face, not her gams, that; attracts masculine eyes claims Faith Hebekah Locge Xo. 93 have receivea an invitation from "Viaduct UV t hats millions of women from six to being held in the SO years of age. In Q-s 15-year sruay of" people s reactions to womenV. hats, ne has found that nine oat of 10 men loos first at a girls face then their glances stray oier her fieure ana down to her legs. Dresses worn by three queens of Englana and a roval princess went on exhibition at tne Koyal Ontario ilusemn FnoaT mark acqu-suaon of a tour gown given tne :Dom- imon by her Majesty Qaeen Eliza- beth. The gowns, worn by Queen Alexandra, Queen Mary, Vic- toria ana Princess Victoria, mil be on display for one month. Engagements Announced... i Mr and Mrs. A. Chaproniere of Champion, announce the engage- ment of their twin caugnter Laura Marv, to George ilinty tmrd son of "vir. "ana Mrs James Mmty of oar- mangav, the weaoing to take place m tne" Umtea church. Champion, May 1. on evening. April 16 ar 8 30. All members and their escorts are invited. Members of Victoria Lodge So 116, L.O.B-A., please mset for prac- tice sz tne home of Mrs JE. Gar- dner. Suite 8, No 1 rire on Sfondav night, Aprs 15, at 3 pjn. The Southminster Cheer Group wm meet at tne churcn on Monaay. BOOK CLUB HONORS CHARTER MEMBER Honoring Mrs. I. J. Kain. vho is lea-, ing shortly to resice in. Van- raetabers of The Book Club entertained on Thursday evening st, s supper bridge, mth Mrs George i Watson and Mrs. Frances Little as hostesses. The gatbermg -aras held at the home of Mrs Watson gaily-colored burning tapers cast a soft glow over tables attractive with spring flowers MESS A. Mac- Kenne. club president, oresided. Sne spoke of Mrs. Ham's capacity for friendship, her good citizenship, and qualities of leadership. Mrs. C. R. Mattaews presented a book to Mrs. Kam on behalf of the club mem- bers. referring to her, sine in the club since its beginning in 1933 she was a charter member. The evening was spent at cards, the prize -Banners being Mrs A. W. Hider and Miss J. MacXenzie. Mrs. D. Clemis and A. Banun. auditors; Mrs. F. Sherman, liorar- lan; musical selection, Arthur K. Finland Beatrice Liv- ingstone. Mrs. P. Cull. Mrs. H- I. Baines. Janei Aileen Joces, Mrs. S Persson. Terence Home, G. Heederson, Anna Kiinst, Effie Reid. After being Uunched at Edmon- ton 39 jears ago, the proiincial spread to. Caisary ana Lethbndge with cooipetmosts be- ing held alternately in the three cities. In 1933. v.hen the festival was oemg held in this citj, the de- parcaieat of education for the pro- vince became associated with the event and classes m elocution and cramauc an were presented. Festival Scholarships Several scholarships will be awarded this covering the majority of classes and Thts will be listed in the press as soon as de- cided upon by the committee Cups, trophies and "shields will be award- ed as usuaL All entry forms, properlv filled in, must be mailed festival sec- retarr not later than Saturdav. AprH 20, No entry will be accepted after that date and all entries trust be accompanied with the necessary-fee. ComDetitors not being able to obtaSn'music as set in the syllabus, may use their own choice. ST. ANDREW'S LADIES' AID ANNUAL EASTER TEA AND PANTRY TABLE Wednesday, April 17, 3 to 6 p.m. IN CHURCH SCHOOLROOM ANNE ADAMS It's not really Spring TITO'S you've (ttrilined coat) en- semble Make Pattern 4975 now' Both frock, coat slenderize you Coat mav oe wora over any dress! Pattern 4975 sizes 34, 36, 38, 40. 42 44, 43 Size 36, 3% yos 39-m.; frock, 2% yes 39-in. Send 20 cents to the Lethbndge Herald. Pattern Dept, for each pat- tem. Two weess" time_ should be allowed for pattern to reach you. i Use This Coupon. Print Your Name ana Address Plainly. To: The HeiaM, Pattern Dept.. Lethbridse. Alta. Pattern. 4S75. Size (fame Address LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES MAYTAG SALES AND SERVICE PHONE 4456 317 EIGHTH STREET S. OPENING MONDAY, APRIL SEE THE NEW MAYTAG MAST NOW ON DISPLAY ER BRUCE DtJRFEE SPAPFRnrlCiHn Maytag Oil and Full Line of Parts in Stock Expert service to all makes of Washers, Ironers, Vacuum Cleaners AND ALL MAKES OF SMALL GAS ENGINES AL. CALHOUN Rexall ONE CENT SALE Monday Tuesday Wed. 15th 16th 17th Sutherland Drug Co. YOU CAN'T GET TOO MUCH In cereals and milk puddings End SGUOS vou can give your family the benefit; of >nlife's essential vitamins and minerals and body-boilding nutrients Have them armk more milk for health, by all means, but also add it to their meals in these and otner ways to be sure thaj they get enough. LIMITED PHONE 2576 1ETHBRIDGE BEAUTY IS YOURS FOR THE ASKING! AT THE CLASSIC BEAUTY SHOP Upstairs MacFarland 3355 MARGARET RUSBECK AGXES HOEK5TR4 If6 TO CATCH TffAT There are times when catching a train is very for lack of a fine watch, a train Is not caught and you suffer serious incon- venience, or worse. At such times, Is apt fo realize the value of a thoroughly dependable, accurate time-piece, i If your watch is not Q good one, we would like to sug- gest that you should pay us a visit end look over our Longines models. We believe you would get the faithful and lengthy service from any Longines you might buy. D. A. RAWORTH CPU. WATCH INSPECTOR ;