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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 16, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD TUESDAY, APRIL 16.1946 1 Wed in Shelby, Mont. MILADI Phone 4040 Women's Editor Phone 4040 Godparents isere sad Mrs. v son Oonslcsors. Jr., acting as i for P. C Riiosra of Montreal. FcC- the ceremony a tea held TELL HDI SO jf voa tear lane word spoken 1 as of the CX some soul SEC; C. S. Donaldson. Jt may fill his heart vrJa. s _ If yba only tell so. Mr. sne Mrs. A. H. Cross have i renjmec to tseir base in the city Women AR6UND THE WORLD Conference Showt Girl Guide Growth COOK CALLS MUSEUM If s deed, however humble, Helps von on -ray to go. Eeek the" ens whose hanc has help- ed TOU, Seek out and him so! Personals after having spent the cast faro months salxayssg in Yancouier ano Victoria. 3 C. i Mr. and Mrs. K, W. Greenoray: iJiss Hislsp, accompanied bv her Mr. T. HisZop left at the weekend to spend a three weeks" vacation visiung in To: onto anc. Ottawa. Sir F. Charles 3eny returned to Pictured above are Mr. and Mrs.! C E. Smcknger who acre married m the Lutheran church, Shelov, Montana. hnde is she former > Ruth Bncksori. iter of Mr and Mrs. Alfred ir, of WeMrs. The groom, received his discharge the Araencan army. !s the son of Mrs. Sdna Cnnstianson of bndge. The national executive com- mittee of the Imperial Orcer Daughters of the Empire an- nounced Sunday night K has been advised ov the United Kingdom infonuarion office thai the eowager Marchioness of Readme, chairman of the Women's Voluntary Services of the United Kingdom, war early in ilaj. Premier award of the Manitoba mtisical festrsal was presented to Mrs. Hosemary Shaw cross. 26-year- olc. mother. This festival is claim- ed to be the largest in the British empire with its entrants in chorsJ. claiS and sclo groups. The annual meeting of the pro- vfacial Girl Guide association was beld at the Palliser hotel. Calgary. Saturdav Tilth the provincial com- missioner, Mrs. E. C Pardee of Ed- monton presiding. Sirs. T. H. Mc- Cready and Mrs. A. Clarke were present from Lethhridge. Bettv Martin, orovmcial sec- j wary, reporteo genera! progress of j Guiding throughout. Alberta during the last >ear. Many new Brownie Pacts and Guide and Hanger Com- panies have been organised and progress made. Through the various reports of the provisional commissioners, in- cluding :ae Catholic "Women's IJea- gue. the Salvation Army and IO. D-S- it was shown that all over the province there was much Guide activity in hanaicraft of various tvpes and an increase in test work. Mrs. H. Allen, commissioner for North Ecmonton. stressed the im- portance of Guide mork in the field of the nation's greatest wealth and An agitated voice on the telephone asked Boeton Museum of Fine Arts: "What colors should I mix to get An expert, replied: "Take red and blue oamt..." "But I'm not paints" the caller mtemiot- ed. "I'm baking an Barter cake ana I want to use a violet frosting. "SALAM A Recipe for Today CKEASIEO SAtMOX I pounds fresh salmon 2- tablespoons fat 2 tablespoon flour teasDOon salt Dash of pepper and nutmeg 1 tablespoon lemon juice -WAW Tn WF- jx, C.JPS rtCh tnilir JUSs H. TU Br. Wipe the salmon; steam, until 1 GUEST SPEAKER tender; fiske in sot too small pieces. I Wednesday evening at the meet- Melt the fat in the top of a couble jag or the Ladies' Organization for Add Civic improvement, held in the Red the lesion juice and milk; cooi and j Cross rooms at 8 o'clock. Miss Hazel tad as their weekend guests, their1 FLm, "the weekenc i Mr. Gorcon Greenfay 01 jo resume ius course tne Gea- Coutts and son-in-lE-sr. Mr. era! Mo-ors Institute cf Tecnnology Simirston of Essk. Mr. Free Johnson, -arho is at- tencing tie University of Aloerta nz Eamontos. has arrivec in the to sssend the Saster holidays his "parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. p. Johnson. Mrs. p B McKabb left the city c'Jnng the -s-eekend for Ijorcon, Onu to attend the marriage of her caushter. Miss Corothy McXabb to ilr.'Leorarc Wnght. The marnsge take alace Apnl IS. Moose Js'a. Mrs. p. C soencing the announce the engagement of their daughter. Audrey Susan, to Raich Irwin. of Mrs. and the lite Mr. C. D. Baines. The Beading is to lake place early in May. i summer ner parents. Mr. snd Mrs. H. E. Siught of Medicine Hat, former Ijethbndge residents On' completion of ms course at Mr. and Mrs. Beny res-de :n: T -r at 1510 Seventh ActlVltlCS HerC I The Lethbridge "Women's Insti- Mrs. Francis McKmney ana i regular Acra McKinney inere visitors, mff.prg at the home of Mrs. Min- Monoav irom Claresholm. o_ sss-ioib. St S. on Wecnssca> aV 8 o-m- Ho-11 call will be ar. Eas- Mr. end Mrs S 5. lee of Care- i ,e, Hostesses: Mrs. ed non-members are mmed to at diocessn campaign against immor- disclosed that appro de- signs are not yes reacy for puolic display. Measure your feet in inches. girls, to Snd the proper size for tour new nylons. Trial's the acvice of a manufacturer's rep- resentative who said today that many women complain their nylons are too smalL a few csys m, ston are spending j the city. i H. S. his end Mrs. received his Rogers. army discnaree from the Mr. and 3trs. S D Peacock have visiting his parents, Mr. anc Mrs. a. as so Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Bruchet- Lethbncse resjdents. are in the city frora Vancou- ver. -anil :eet. r Southminster Wecnesday afternoon. Apnl agencv. three o'clock in the churcn haa -or their Easter meeting. Miss Ecna Pav Grant. Dominion secre- o: the W.C.T.U. will be guest speaker. Women by the hundreds descend- ed on congress in Washington lion- oay to argue for Office of Knee Administration as it stands, while southern senators xyere organizing to tase farm commodities sisray Princess Margaret Hose. Trho trill be 16 August 21. Tvas confinjied Mondav bv the Archbsshot> c: Can- A J..1-H1-.U- _ jj._ Geoffrey Fisher, in the j see more shorts of the Dominion. WOMEN PROTEST CEILING DROP WINNIPEG. April women's council of the Labor-irro- gressive party in Winnipeg has called a protest meeting for April 24 of houseimes 10 discuss federal cnce ceilmK suspensions and. high- er living costs. "The housewife may nos have the fine statistics of the whole tread iu pnce increases, but they know that their purchasing dollar is shnnidng as an alarming said a statement from the council. Today's Reflection Canada has been a bit slow In having the country featured in films j bat she is striding right along now j as was noted in the short shown here "A Citv Sings" featuring the, Manitoba Musical FesavaL It iiras arusuc, racy, infcrmaaie and de- 5 :ightfuL There certa i-iy no doubt in most people's minds about tne Canadian short far outweigh- t ing the mam thatj not. have been hard to do.' One often hears that certain shorts are being made of events taking' place in the Dominion, but what happens to them? It is good to see features depicting other lands, cus- toms and people occasionally but it i would be even better to be able to' GiE of Calgary. Mrs. McGill has for a short time while Mr. McGill arrived in tne city Mon- A large bouquet o spring flower _ rtpa- gyn-route from a business trip to j evemag when iaoies of Pirsi Bap- USE cnurch entertained at a mis- cellaneous shower complimenting Mrs. HiCbard Thompson. Brinsn Miss Patncaa Murphy, is at- f.p-rr--- Sacred Heart Con-vent in Calgarr. arrive in the city nesday to spend the Easter holi- Mr. and her paren Mrs. C. D. Jlurahy. Christopher Charles Ssrar the names given the infant son of and Mrs. Addie "Donaldson 21 ins christening in the chapel of For Easter Send a Coutts Easter Greeting Card and you send the best. For by A. L Cross Son Third Avenue S. T> The monthly meeting O- D H. Mewbam, cnspter sicai instruCvion at the Calgary Xorroal traimrg class grad- "held m that city recently. war bnce. An attractive pink anc white decorated basket of gifts was presented to the guest of honor. Assisting the hostess were Mrs- Gor- don Marshall. Mrs. Gordon Miers. i Mrs. Angus Roy and Mis. W. Strome. Miss Westcott, aaa charge of the Over thirty- two guests were present. Engagements Announced Mrs. M. W- Boyson of Glendale, Calif, and formerly of Raymond, announces the engagement of her daughter. Mildred, to Harrison "Wood, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fihs Wood of Van Uuys, Calif. They nave set an Easter wedding date and plan to honeymoon as Santa Barbara and San Francisco. Mr. and Mrs. George Chiswlck Green, Blue, Brown, Red, Black Leatherette 52 inches wide auditorium Thursday, S o'clock. The Eveninz Auxiliary of South- minster United churcn win attend Lenten service. Wednesday, Apnl 17, ac 7'30 o'clock, and then will gather at the home of Mrs. A. DufT, 333 12th street; south. The ladies' Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Sailroad Traujinen will hold their regular meenng i Wednesdav evening. Aani 17, m the i I.O O J. hall. Medbers of the drill' team please note that, there will be a drill nractice at 2 o'clock sharp of the ssme day. Also, all mem- bers desirlng corsages please bncg taonev for same. Hostesses will be L. Baptists, M. Bissett. M. Burns, E. Cam, D. Campbell and M. Wo- bick. The AuxjUary of the Army and Mary Veterans wili hold its regular meeting m the club room on Wednesday, Ann! 17, as 3 p-m. Tn connection with the diamond jubilee photographs, members of St. 1 Augustti's choir and vestry are ask- ed to be Dresens ai the church at 3 o'clock "Wednesday evening. LOCAL STtJDEVTS WES" AWARDS' Tvo Sotithera Alberta studsnts. Alice Arm Hansen. Lethbridge, and Joseph Bates, Lfcamond City, were j among those receiving awards and scholarships for proficiency in phy- For Many Linens excellent; subject for a hope the industry will do something about; Southminster Lenten Services Monday through Thursday, KEV. HARRY MCTCHMOB, and also CJOC, p.m., Thursday, April 11 'PERIODIC' Female Weakness Make you feel miserable on such days? If -sou monthly crasaps with periodic disturbances try I-yiiia E. VegetaMe Compoind 10 re- lieve sach symaujas. Ifckhain's Com- ponadssaufcutcsKtoee it'soaeottbe moK enecuve XKediaass you can bey rdarvc this esticss. COMING SOON FIRST UNITED WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION ARE HOLDING A Sale of Work, Tea And Pantry Table THURSDAY, APRIL 18 From to 5 IV THE CHTRCH HALt Photos That Win Hearty Acclaim' A cfcanmng natural reflection of your- self in a Ciarke photo is the result of expert photographj and the master touch of the artist. Wedding Fanulj Photos Photos Clarke Studio Downstairs, MacFarland Phone 2010 NO DULL DRAB HAIR 4 Purpose Rinse will do ell ef fhcie 4 important to jive YOUR hair glosworond faeoutyi 1. Gives luxiroax blghlightt. 2. Rinses owcy shampoo film. 3. Tints hair H rimes. 4. keep hair aeotiy fa IOVA1ON daft net aye or fclecdu It a a pure, odorless tia'tf line, in 12 ififferenf shades. Try LOVAIOM. for BITTER WGESTtOtl.. BETTER HEALTH! by Alice Brooks, Something to brag embroidered with proud pescocKs: Varied in size, they're lovely on towels, scarfs, trey cloths, pillows. Simple stitchery in brilliant col- ors makes rewaroing hanoiwork. Pattern 7297 has transfer of 3 pea- cocks SsIlVs. to inches. Send 20 cems to the Lethbrlige Herald. Pattern Dept.. for each pat- tern. IVo time should be allowed for pattern to reach you. Use This Coupon. Print Youi Same and Address Plainly. To: The Letbbriage Herald, Pattern Dept, Alfa. Pattern 7297 N'ame Address minds the baby STRONG JUMPS UP KLEENEX is back again in the regular 9 x 10 size many as 6000 Conservative estimates say to of the Canadians who die annually from Cancer could be saved by early diagnosis and treatment. The toll taken by Cancer every day, every week, every year... can be reduced. But to save these precious lives education, research and treatment are desperately needed. Remember Cancer strikes all ages. Your help today may a loved one tomorrow... may sldyote! GIVE GENEROUSLY You Province Needs WHAT WE ARE PLANNING FOR ALBERTA (1) Through the distribution of literature, the use of films, ths spoken word, and every agency of modern publicity to reach every community, every person ia the province, and so create a healthy, sane attitude to- ward cancer. Fear is our worst enemy, knowledge our great ally in the fight against cancer. (2) Our aim should be nothing less than to see that the best meoical skuis and the Iinesi cancer-fighting techniques are easily accessible and immediately available to every cancer case. The Government Cancer Clinics are the proper agencies to supply tais neec. We think these CJiaics should, be made full-time Clinics just as soon as this is necessary to effective action against-cancer. A campaign of this kind resr-nres jriorey Hence the modest, objective of 000.00 for the province. ALBERTA GOVERNMENT CANCER SERVICES The Brovmcjal Department of Health operates two cancer Diagnostic Clinics: (1) As Holy Cross Hospital, Calgary, every Friday afternoon irom 2 pjn. to 6 pjn. (2) At the Provincial Building, Edmonton, every Tuesday and JViday, from 9 ajn. to I pjn. To be admitted to the clinics, natiests mast present the offi- cial form signec. by their family physician. is free and subsequent treatment by X-rays, Racaum or Surgery is free, if authorized in writing by the Clinic. Free hospitalization is restricted to tlie diagnostic period, If hcspitaiization is necessary for that purpose, for a period not ex- ceeding fourteen days and Patrons of the Alberta Branch of the Canadian Cancer Society: Patron....................................His Majesty the King Honorary Presidents.......................Br. J. S. >IcIUtJiera Dr. W. H. McGnffin President............................ Mr. Alexander Calhonn Vsce-President ...........................Mr. W. M. Porterfield Treasurer...................................Mr. Walter Geddes Secretary ...................................Mr. G. M- SEND YOUR DONATION TODAY HELP SAVE PRECIOUS UVES- CONQUER CANCER Ill I I IJ 1 4 Headquarters, The Canadian Cancer Society, I22-8th Ave. W., Calgary, Alberta. I enclose t to help Oncer in my province. It is vadtraood yoo will send me a suremect of yocr actinnes SOa cXPtfiJlICTeS lilt tic (2 mOBOU COOIOg April 30. 1947. Frvr UTTLE LULU ta tarwrtft NEWSPAPER SPAPLRl ;