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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT TEE LETHBRIDGE HERALD MONDAY, APRIL 15, MILADI Speaking Here WORK Phone 4040 i Friday eTerdrs: st a kitchen Xaushten. a British trice. A blue and ceeers'ec cos fuU of carried 12 by little Karrie: G'-'rr and Severley Allison, tres presented to IJK bus do rsy isrork from day the guest cf richer. :o day, In field or forest, st toe desk or Mr. and Mrs. Dcnalfi Rar.-erth loom, I sad infant daughter, left ;ast TV. rearing market-place or tran- j Tfcursdav to speed s at sr-e qml room; j ccssr. -sriere they 'tei: Let me but find it Iri my heart to j txe former's parent, Mr. snd say. f Arnold C. Ha-arorth, When wishes beckon astray. Sir. and Mrs. G. H. Fox hare re- is my -srork; my blessing, j tarnecl :o their home In the city not my doom; follo-Hing s month's holiday in Of all who hie. I am the ore by j Friends cf Mrs. A. G. Holmes -Ki- lo Women AROUND THE WORLD On U. of A. Summer School Staff s Japanese males ra Tokyo were by the surprising of the woaien's vote in first DOsi-iiar naticriai elections and ssid: snoiss know how to take sc- vantJge of our Furniture a. -sife buys -Kith her! husosna's earnings to the j husband. Judge Sirkhcuse Jenkins ruled m county court at Wiltshire, I decicmf: a dispute between j a couple who had separated after I 21 jears of marriage, i This -s-ork car: best be dose in the right Tray. Personals C Westley !s spending a. sJiort time in Calgary to her be gjag to JJEOW that she is pro- gressing satisfactonlv Iclio-aisg as operation at Sz. Michael's hcspital. and is now able to see visitors. jjr, Mrs. G. Diana have house suests. their ds G. Graves, and Mr. Mrs. M. Graves. Mrs Dsvid accom- panied bv her small son Robert. ar-'rpd in the citv ihis fromVal d'Or. Quebec, to viszi her parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. 3ar- Guire who I Winnipeg. is visiting here frcm Mrs. H- Allison Jr, entertained COPIES OF OLD PHOTOS A.E. CROSS SON THIRD AVtME S. See the New Outstanding KROEHLER Chesterfields AT Mr. Mrs. A. McLennan of Calgary ar.d Mrs. A. McArthur of Montreal were weei-end visitors in the citv en rotite hcme trip to ths west ccosr. While here they vrere euests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles MacMiiian. Sirs. F. W. Nelntes Kenneth. the city Sarurdav eve- ning bv T.CA to :nake her j hcune "in Varcaurar. 3C. Mrs. Nelmes tras fonaerly Miss Patricia Friends -sia be sorry to lesrn that. itr. George Whittick is a patient in St. Michael's hossital. j Miss Donnatt has returned (to the citv after havins spent the -week-end Calgary. Mr. Mrs. Malcolfi McGregor returned to the cirv by T.C-i. dur- ing the Treek-end after visiting in.: X'ancouver -nith the Matter's parents, jMr. Mrs. E. HooinsorL i Mrs. "L. Marsden and iser Mrs. Lyle Campbell, -a-ho is visiiing lere from Vancouver, are leavissrj this erenirg to sofrc a Jes- days i Calgary. Engagements Announced... The engagetnent is announced of June Marsaret daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Howarth. Victoria. B.C_ j and Harold lambert; Cook, son of j "Mr G. V. Cook of Medicine Hat. s. The wedding wfll take place in. "Westminster Unites! Church, April IBth. Edna Fay "W.C.T.U. iry. -arhct is caest speaker a; tne WJVIJ5. meeting is Scuthmin- hail Wednesdav afteraoen at 3 o'clock, has hsd specie! on fcr sroiection of Ca- sadisn and hoajes. She stud- uncer Miss Bertha RacheJ Palm- er EL. and completed the at the 1544 School of Alcohol St-udies C5a her first trs? across the Dcscinjon she addressed S3 00 children and young people in schools, churches, con-, cats and youth NYLONS ARE REWARD PIAIXVIEW. Tex., April Mrs. Ivan Adkins by a traffic officer she cidn': set a She go: a of nylons. Followed for eight the officer told Mrs. Adkirs that she had done "everything right" Trhereas five lady drivers checked before her over the same route had" committed one or more traffic violations. The nylon idea livas psri of a safety educational program. Jur.e Archer of Los Acgeles. self- f stjled "reverse lend lease bnde." I u-as raarrred to Hubert Smith, an j R_A_F. vrhom she first gram 10 years ago. A dazzling decked Elizabeth wore at an Ottaisra re- jV pr I Appointment attached to the staff of the Aloerta University Summer School Miss Helen Stadelbauer, lecturer in of'art; Miss Louise Eiley. of Calgary Ife-, library staif. Miss landels trill m- j include Miss Isabel Landels 1 Collegiate staff, and of booster struct in French. formerly of this city cea-'O" the 1939 nyi-ai -our i ioraieriy 01 ims cuy fmm of the late Mr. S. S. has been moved from ihe public archives to the Toronto museum. Churches and Societies Dunham. The school will open July 3 for a sis-week period, Prof. R. S. Snox of University College. Toronto University, -will lecture on Shakespeare's develop- ment as a dramatist: Dr. E. T. The Canadian and American j Mitchell of the University Texas, Sltme lecturers also include: rm crhics and mnralitv" and Prof. visiting lecturers also include: Miss Joan Forsrer, assistant pro- j j. E. Graham, of United College, lessor of physical education. To- I Winnioeg. on monev and banking, ron-a University; Dr. Esther Prevey, Last" summer students at- .director of family life education, j tended, and it is exoected the at- The regular monthly meeting o. I Kansas City. Mo.; Mitchell. tendance -snll be ai" least as large the U-P.W.A. tsill be held a: the i lecturer in dramatics, and this vear. home of Mrs. A. M. 3I7-7th Ave. S, on Tuesday, Apnl IS at 3 pjn. of Mrs. Cookshaw. 1120-ath Are. 3. en Tuesdav afternoon at 3 o'clock. Visitors welcome. St. AuEiistin's Sections ALBERTA WEDDING WIDE INTEREST I! A Recipe for Today Efficiency Plus Of Dominion-wide interest was j the -Breeding -re-hica took place ouietlv at Central United church, Mrs. Haby's and Mrs. Midoleton's i Edmonton, Friday morning when Muriel ilacKintosb. Dodds, daugh- ter of Mrs. M. C. MacXmtosh and the late Mr. VHlliam MscKintosh Mrs. Greentree's and Miss Crowe's of became the bride of section meet with Mrs. rtoster at j ilr. louis Davies Hyndman. K.C., Weddings Hesdry teaviit CARDSTOX. CHNSl A re- cent weeding- took place when Opal j daughter of Mr. and airs-: "William LeavitE was married to Mr. Russel Eendrv, son of Mr. and. 1 Mrs. John Hendiy. They were i married ia by Bishop j C. P. Steele. A reception was held for the newlyweds at the Ijeavittj home with jnore than 30 guests i present. f "Wednesday in the Pio- neer home a shower was given hon- oring the bride. Mr. and Mrs. iius- sel Hendry wiU reside ia Carcstoa. Smart Girls Always Carry Paradol in their Handbass They kaow that Paradol vnS. re- lieve them qrackiy of ieadaches. other disootaforts, ss well ielp to chscbcoids. One girl I used Paradol every month I suffered al- most uabearaLIe pains. It is the most quickly effective relief I have ever used and there is no disagreeabla aftereffect." Dr. Chase's PARADOL for Quick Relief of Pain Chapter Honor Brides Honoring' the British war brides of the sons of its members, laurel Chapter Ko. 63. OJ5LS. held an in- formal get together in the Masonic Hall on Thtsrsdav evening. Mrs. J. T. Vallance and Mrs. J. H. 'West- broot, war work conveners, -rare in charge of general arrangements and Park, Ottawa, A S, on Tuesday at of Sdmom J. D. j man of The regular meeting of the i and grancspn_ of Women of Moose, Chaster Xo. 328. be held in the Kail. Ann! j of Canada. IS, at 3 o'clock. Hostesses for the j Rev. C. Andrew La-arson" offici- evemng will be Sisters ateci at the II o'clock cexemony Johasor> and Istrs. I and the bride was given in mar- riage by Mr. George M. Spargo of The Maior Burnett P2f.G. Club Calgary. For the occasion she no'd their regular monthlv JELLIED RtVG 3 cups jellied meat mixture tablespoon gelatine 2 tablespoons cold water 1 cuo tomato juice 1 teaspoon -white sugar teaspoon sal; Dash of mace and paprika You cave the jellied meat mixture from the Pour cuos into an oiled ring mould or loaf the refrigerator to si gelatine in the cold Heat the meeting in the I.O.CXF. Hall on Tuesday, Anril 26th, at 3 p-m. A social hour" will be held after the meeting for club members wbo may each invite a sister Eebekah. Host- esses: Sisters L. Bambrick. J. Uns- worth, ML "Watson and M. jSosewam. St. Mary's W. A. wul hold their stripe missioaarf he Palish on Taesdav at pan. "Handsome is as Handsome apnlies to this 4929. The sice-button, wrapo-er design, makes K as easy to wear and 10 iron as it is smart looMng! Pattern 4929 sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20; 30. 32. 34, 36. 33, 40, 42, 44. Size IS, yds. 39-in. Send 20 cents to the LethbrMge Herald. Pattern for each pat- tern. Twp weeks' time should be WA if J. VAt Mrs. Janet McLeod with Miss j allowed for pattern to reach you. Undlay in charge of entertainmeEt. The program consisted of musical mmibers, games a short side by members of the chapter, commun- ity frying and bingo. A cafeteria luncli'was served ard each bride presented a coiilt, prettOy packaged. Those" honored -srere ilrs. p. Thompson, Mrs. G. Alien Mrs. Langston and llrs. D. Use This Coupon. Print Name and Address Plainly. "Four To: The Lethbriage Herald, Pattern DepU Pattern 4929. Size Sxme Addrea From FRACHE'S MODERN FLOWER SHOP Easter marks the joyons opening of sprinsr. Share yonr Easter happi- ness with friends, near and far. Send them flowers from our nice Daffodils Carnations Tulips Iris Snapdragon Stocks Roses Rambler Roses Cinerarias Calceolarias Kolenchoes Azaleas Easter Lilies Potted Tulips Potted Daffodils" Feres Place your order now for Gardenia or Orchid to wear on Easter Sunday. PHONE 2666 SIXTH STREET SOUTH soaked gelatine and the sugar; stir until dissolved. Add the sea- sonings; rbill.. Pour the chilled tomato mixture on too of the meat; chill until is begins to set; add the Tea at its REDROSE ORANGE PEKOE TEA largest selling QUALITY tea! Today's Reflection "East !s East, and West Ss West, and never the twain shall a Kjpling quotation, and how wrong it is! The wroagness of it uras deaionstrated at St. Augustus's cJfaurch. here Sunday irtiea oaers co-mingled with. Japanese of Southern Alberta wnen a class of the latter confirmed. Tne mingling -Bras deeper than the sur- face. IE reached the heart, demon- strating tfaap in Christianity there are ao barriers of race or color. Japanese and mot footing as the great moving Their voices, blending In hymns, had an odd sound, but it iras one" of deep significance, showing that. peoples of different nations do come brothers when they are work- ing tovcard an ideal greater than themselves. At the service one felt great nope for the ultimate success of the peace of the world -which is being sought by every right thinSc- iag ITIPP, woman and child In Use universe. When a. group of individ- uals of different nations can meet with sympathy and understanding in Lethbridgs, it can be done at United Nations sharp. Plans will be made for Cancer Society membership April 29 to May 4. BISHOP TO BROADCAST The Bishop of Calgary, Rt. Her. H. R. Ragg. will be heard nation- wide CBC broadcasts during tiUs Holv Week, Mondav through Thurs- day, from to Lethbridge time. The bishop's theme Monday, conversion; Tuesday, warning agamss material-rcirx-edness: Wer- nesday. duty to feliowmen; Thurs- day, obedience to the win of God. remainder of the jellied meat mix- ture (1H ChOl until firm; when ready to serve, unmould on a clear glass platter. Frost, if you wish, with plain mayonnaise or with cream cheese combined, with may- onnaise. Serve with plain tossed salad. Serves 6-8. WOMEN1 HERE TO PLAX FOR CANCER DRIVE Renreseniatives of women's orga- nizations are reminded of the meet- ing in the Council Chambers. Citv on Tuesdav, April 16, at 8 pjn. chose a dove grey three piece tailleur. Her hat a French white pillbox with three gardenias at the back and she wore grey and black accessories. A gardenia corsage completed her ensemble. IJQTJID "STOCKING S" SPRINGTIME DEMAND TORONTO, April spring really here already but more warmth is still bare legs will send, the nvlons into bureau drawers for safekeeaing because, though the real thing is back, hose are soil precious. Shop clerks, placing more bottles of liquid "stockings" on counters todar'said women still queuing for hose but they're already casting' an eye on liquid creations which neither develop runs nor seriously weaken the pocketooot, Average price of leg paint is 43 certs to SI a latter be- ing the most expensive liquid stock- ing on sale and about 50 cents cheaper than nylons or even the crepe and rayon Mrs. Keith. W. Miller of Edmon- ton was her only attendant and Mr. James E. Eyndrnan of Ottawa was his brother's best msm, Mr. and Mrs. Emdman left by plane for Pacific coast cities where they will honeymoon nricr to mak-- ing therr home in Edmonton. Young Peoples' Temperance Rally Sneaker MISS EDNA GRANT Vancouver W.C-T.TJ- Organizer st First Baptist Church Tuesday, April 16 7.45 pjn. AM. TJP. WELCOME Southminster Lenten Services Monday through. Thursday, REV. HARRY MUTCHMOR, and also CJOC, p.m., Thursday, April 11 tcVe tt-lt caupon far your SPE- CIAL inrradBC- rorr jubjcripHoa fhre weeks 30 issvcx only (U.S. funds) for YOUR home ____the ruts out of your farecWdt routine wcyi to moke your kitchen "homey" whet color to for your living room These ere just a few of trie tnfriS'Jina new' -6ess furnished dcily tm the Woman'! of THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR The-j. Ideas ore "plus veiue" in this daily newspaper for the hcrae thct gives you wld news interpreted to shsw its impcct on you end your Christian Science Publishing Society One. Norwcy Strecr. Boston 15, AtasachusefSs Plesse enter a specie! introductory- subscription to I The Christian Science 130 issues) for J j I City-----------------------------------------State------------------------- J j I Do YOU suffer CRAMPS KUDU nism DWr rf tkt II female fcacilocal monttlr Iffrrhl icfc tired, aervoos. cranky socfa times try Lydia E. Psrihaa's toMe Cocnpound to rtfir TC 3 's Ccospocsd is a vZtrme s of the aact cfiectime joo ca> to such ci'a'.resfc COMING SOON LANTIGEN LANTIGEN LANTIGEN LANTIGEN LANTIGEN BRONCHIAL ASTHMA, ANTRUM, SINDS ALSO CATARRHAL AND BRONCHIAL COLDS! What is LANTIGEN? Lanticea is specially prepared dis- colved vaccine and has been used cessfnllr in the treatment -various diseases.. is patent medicine.. is a bacterial vac- cine in a dissolved state, is devoid of drags and safe to take. Eanticen is a natural aid. It is produced from the bacteria which are peculiar to the par- ticular disease treatment. In the preparation of Lantigen the or- ganisms are destroyed by a process of dissolution thns releasing- the active principles from the bacterial bodies. Being: in a completely dissolved state the -vaccine is operatrre locally by ab- sorption into the tissues of the tongue, tonsils, throat, and the intestinal tract and is further operative by rceans of its distribution throughout the system. More than people in Australia bavfj enjoyed relief from the distress- ing effects of catarrh and allied con- ditions. A ttwolvcd Yieciie to ie taken iy j Organs affected by Catarrhal Poisons MAIL THIS COUPON TODAY fc> at r.r. Drag Stcres. JJ mail aw tc: LVNTIGEN" LABOHATOF.IE? 5SO CAifBIS STP-EET. VANCOUVER. B C. jplewe scad me to'.Ues or LANTIGEX Tor tie treasaest of asd for wSich Aiircss CSty or Toira The name asy asaal rfracpst If yoc w.ai rjrihcr Ir.forajatloc us. 2 LANTIGEN Price PER BOTTLE AN EMINENT PHYSICIAN "Writing in the "British Medical speaks as follows in the issue of January 15. 1936: S1n my the oral antigens have been mostly employed for cases of Catarrhal infections, rheumatic con- ditions and catarrbal enterocolitis. Clinical response has been quite definitely marked.'- This important statement, however, heralds the dawn of a great release for Catarrhal sufferers. DO THIS TODAY1 Go to your Druggist and get details about the LANTIGEN treatment -will be most effective ia your case, and -which -will help to prevent a recurrence of this complaint. filSTRICUTOftS: MXLTir MOTHERS LTD. BARHAM t SANDS SSI J.LWASSON IANTIGEN LAMTIGEN NEWSPAPER! iWSPAPEM ;