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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRLDGE HERALD WEDNESDAY, APRIL i MILADI Phone 4040 -8-liolidsv the former's parents Mr. arid Mrs. H. F. Sang. Miss Jea- uawor-.i is ODE TO A HAT O hat with saucy iSiec brim. yr.j-hsr-.ring fen April whim Xtesigsec fcr some blithe mi :o n Canary. the haiisay Need For Success Child Education EDMONTOX April co-operation between teachers, par- ents sncl community officers, is needec to success cf the. ecsieatiori of children Dr. S. K. Lsycock of Saskatoon, preside-: of 5 tie Canadian Federation of Home; i and School Associations, said iicn- 1 5 csy right. He stressed the iEsportsr.ce of facilities for recreation snd special; training for juvenile court judges, toeether with" an interest in the quality of school instryctior; and; of school acministrstiKi. Announce Spring Wedding O ha Back Dawn Anderson, who been sDendmg a vacatioa the "she city. ir. Wayne Dudley 3Itss Pricee i Mr. arid Mrs. J. aecom- Tpfl rTOTr> rjsnied ilr. end Mrs. Lo Twaddle Tuesdsv to spend Sir. ard Mrs. Prince of Diego, California, and recently re- i the engage- ceived his discharge from the U.S. J nient cf Lorna. armv after serviri for 15 months to Mr. Wayne of Cut Bank, is the Philiooinss. Okinaia'a and Mont. Mr. Uadiey is the son of' Korea. The Vedding is to take- place n; in Glenwood this week. Announced I Sirs. Sing Crosby, the former actress Dixie Lee, Las been naaied -Hollywood's Mother" by the 1 advisory committee of the united Home Finding Service. Winnipeg retail stores reported j Tuesday" that many housewives are attempting to "siock up" on 2otjr I desnite v.-arniags that K woulc be not hoarded. Fear cl i j higher prices has led to heavy I purchases. j 1 Mrs. Ada J. Thompson, at 80. is! believed to be the longest serving i member of the Salvssiea Army in i the world. She joined the Salvation Army 65 years ago in "vTest London. Mrs. Geline Bowussn. a former president of the National Federation of Business and Pro- fessional Women's clubs, died Mon- day at Kichmond. Ya. "SALADff cello classes for certain ages, also arid brass wind, instru- ments Lethbridge Kiwanls Club scholarship given 10 ihe compen- j tor gaining the highest aggregate j mark in classes 33 to 44 inclusive, i those being the vocal solos formerly S known as the gold sneds! classes- J Also classes to 49, open vocal solo classes. Today's Reflection coast. Mr. and Mrs.. Ivan lir.ton CaSarv will be Suests ovester weekend of Sirs. J. G- Hutchings. ____o; affairs a: Calgary, re- IT Easter! .-imed ai the weekend sfter 2 holi- day at the Pacific i announce ihe engagersent ir fourth Edna to Donald P. Gilian of Boston. Mass. The weeding will i take place in Crescent home in Vancouver. m 5 "TTs to a- a decided tendency :oTrard be- coming loriger if one takes of j in fashion magazines. pars of some men and -While evervone. including the? j captain, will generally agree that, j i ucder proper conditions, this is an j absorbing and pleasurable i it is no: generally considered an ouidoor daytime sport." Music Festival Clothes Hampers red. blue o black tops Large size Small size accompanied by his sen. 3. S. 3Ist- I calfe and diushter. Mrs. M. Spots- j i -srood. nee Birdie Metealfe. arrive here Pricay evening from! Medicine Hat to visit her father for: i a i are badly For Easter Send a. Coutts Easter Greeting Card and Ton send the best. Por sale by A, E Cross Son Third A-renne S. of pink floorers. i designers they go off on half- PtoliDvcing ceremony the brical i baked ideas which are neither prac- couple iefi by rcoror for a honey- i tical or pleasing. There is a saying raoor> to be jpes; in Calvary, after that skirt lengths are short j which .they rer-omed to vulcsn to ire have long, de- I A. C James "an- 1 taks up -essence. pression. True" or false? TVho knows? Mr an'1 Haro-d of i no'unce the niExriage of their elder I One toow 2s 3-IrrrnorT "vSiors in daughter, Harjorie to CpL j clothes of _ any lengui John Hussel "Kllliarason. son and Mrs. J. C- Williamson place i -enr at Calgarv to spend the holiday her aoier. Mrs. atos dmaut: ana McLean. StLe- Jo-a BicJcsaan q: lllaKai sjdrls. Audrey Haibeck retursed toj city at the beginning c? the; after spending sonse time vis- 1 T T in Calgary, the guess of her 1-1 1-a- v- -m-.UiR, a is to give clothing to those col- lecting for the needy overseas. When thev are loosed after bs son o: ilr. and Mrs. enough to ponder on what. Rabbi Barrinholtz officiated at j the seven o'clock ceremonv and the bride siven ia raErriage by Mr. BAX "XECKIXG" and 3irs. Silver of Caisary.! SAN DISGO, Calif., April 17 jpor the occasio I skr blue afternoon hi! Silver of Caisary.! sica the bride chose a I dress Mir. J. Uasrorth, accompanied by his son, Mr. Georgs have, left for Calgary. Vhere the former receive medical attentkm- j J JvT f ri ___ A t _ _ _ elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. MSier and their trsro daughters. Misses Befnice and feleen 3Sller. srrive in Ths city Thursday, from. Calgary to spend the here. o 1L Beliveaii has retarneirl to the city after having spent- the past five visiting in Calgary ciated. The only attendants vere Mrs. "Leslie Blake, sister of the bride, and Mr. James Armstrong of Ed- monton. A supper a; bride j home; _ love making af the naval with station here has been banned both for naval personnel and civilians. corsage completed her en- In an order making it a disci- semble. plinary offence, Capt. Leslie E. The Trecdisg- supper was held sz Gehres, station commandant., the Palliser j noted: Mr. and Urs. Bickman lefc bv car i "There been a steadily for Great- Palls, where -srii! j ing public display of affection, I classes 118 to 120 inclusive, _-npse ,-ns t-prng- the violin, viola ana vioiin- wiU bej the pro- I in Leth- j bridge the week of May 20. Sa- j tries close April 20. j The following scholarships have j been offered and are open to any j competitor in the festival: Heintz- 1 man Co. Ltd. (Alberta a S50 scholarship to be given the comnetiEor gaining highest aggre- gate mark in classes 89 to 92 inclu- and fflgss 9S5 those being the classes under certain ages. CrJOC S50 scholarship, given by local radio station, wiil be awarded to anr teen-age comnetitor gaining the highest mark or aggregate mark in any class in the festival except school classes. Lethbridge Botary Club 550 schol- arship wSfbe awarded to the com- p-slriir.s- the hishest asare- DtYwJoo, Suffer MONTHLY FEMALE PAIN Lvdia E. Pinkbam's Vegetable Cosa- poand DOES MORE than rdieve monihly pain -wbec due to fuactsooal periodic diSEsbancfiS. It also rdisvss accorapasyjiig weak, tired, nervous, jittery spch nature. Pinkham's Conipouad one of ths best knovra and aoost enective medi- cines of its kind! gaining the liighest aggre gste mark- in classes 59 to 68 (in- clusire) those classes being knovm as the voung vocalist classes. SBison Mills Co. of ijethbricge scholarship vrill be to the competitor gaining the highest agsregate mark in classes 105 to 110 inclusive and class 116 and bonevmoon arior to nonle m their commonl Southminster Lenten Services Mondav throngh Thursday, pjn. HAKKY MCTCHMOK, and also CJOC, p.m., Thursday, April 11 To Those Convalescing After Severe Illness After many severe fflnesses or serious operations tie patieat is very often left in an extremely -weak, nervous, run-down condition. _ To all those convalescents -who need some kind of a ionic to sfenuhste and bu3d co the Bvsiem, tre would recomaiend Hesiih and Aerve RHs to tLem back to again- These p'B? helo supply elements necessary to assist tne m bringing liacfc bodily Eirength and -rigour. Price 50e a box, 60 aflis, at ail drug counters. Look for our registered trade mark a. "Bed Hearth on T. lisdaK. Oat. the Macdoriald hotel The t Activities Here ijrnc eyes overtired pat rwo drops of .Mcoae in Kishr swajr K sians ID sootac, chss two-drop resr eajOF lie rcliei that Mnrinc Mnriac orig- eye phy- siaaEL. Use ic to cieznse, eyes. SBB181S CHASSIS Thrcughouf the -world people of distinction proudly wear this famous Swiss Timepiece on- excelled for accuracy and beauty of Jesigru Offered In many models by jewel- lers who stock the best. and groom in vrili make their __ Checkik SgTgr MEDICOS HAT. (HKS) On April 7 the home of Mr. ana. Mrs. S. Silver -aras the scene of a pretty their youngest daughter. Aticrer asarion, and Checkik. son of Mr. Mrs. O. Checkik. united in iiiarriage. Habbi PrasoTr performed the cere moay. Mrs. Masson's and Mrs. McVean's j section of St. Anirirew's Ladies Aid i will mefii, at 3 o'clock Thursday j afternoon. Aaril 18. tile home of i jars. O. C. McVean, 615 "fifth SE. S. j Visitors be welcome. 1 The regular Missionarv meeting of St. Augustins W.A. -sin be held i in the Parish hall. Thursday, April j IS, at 3 p-m. The speaker ai 'his j meeting will be iSss ML Foerstai. I who fras been in Jatpan as a mis- The bride, given in marriage by sionarv. airs. Apsleuv, the IJlo- I her father, -srore a smart blue after- i cesan "W. A. -sill also j noon costume -Kith matching ac-ja guest. All'ladies of the parish! cessories and carried a bridal bou- are urged to be aresent, and visitors qraet 01 American Beauty roses. The j -Bill be cordiallv -R-eicome, i bride's sister, Mrs. jj. J. Lezacfc, in an imported grey suit j The aialor Burnett Past Noble matcning accessories _and: corsage Grands' club -vriU hold a sewing r, of roses, was her only attendant. J at the home of Mrs. S. Hisler, 5 The bride's brother, Or. attenced JJie jroorn. er ony attendant. at the home of S. 51 1 her, Or. J. Silver, i Seventh St. S on oorn. _Mrs. p% I noon at 3 pjn. Sis. E. Lowe and a black sequia-trimnrsd Irock Eyelet Eye-Catcher i The Company committee of Girl Guides and Brownies will meet ac 1 (the home of Mrs. Gibson. 1105 i Seventh Ave. S., on Thursday eve- j ning at Mothers of Guides and Brownies cordiallv In- !vitefi to attend. The tea that was to be held on Friday a; the home of Mrs. A. AUi- I son. Thirteenth Si. N., has been postponed until a later date. i j The JRrancklin Group of jplrst 1 Baptist church will meet on Thurs- day at 3 pjn. at the home of Mrs. j j Pozard, 530 Twelfth St. 3. N. Mrs. i iLoveriag will be the guest speaker, j The Junior Chamber of i Commerce will meet on Thursdav i evening the 18th at 8 o'clock at the j Sed Cross rooms for a social eve- j sing. Wives of all members of the Jaycees'are cordially invited to at- tend. Members of Jlrst Baptist choir. 1 please note that choir practice will be held Thursday of this week at S p_m. I The meeting of the Wilson White j Community club is postponed till i Thursday, April 25, aria will be held j at mission. First Church of Christ, Scientist, i comer of fourth avenue and 12th j street south, will its regular i Wednesday evening meeting at 8 o'clock at which testimonies of healing are given. A cordial invita- tioa jo auend these meetings as well as the Sunday services is ex- tended to i The British Federatioa wilj hold their regular meeting in the jtipwican school on Thursday eve- nmg. Aprii its, z.z s D. A. RAWORTH Frosty white eyelet with ribbons gives a party air to a sazspie frock i and hat that any teen-age girl can make for herself. Patte_ni 4755 has a pirsafore ruined version, aJso. i Pattern 47SS comes irj Teen-Ace sizes 10. 12, 14. 16. Size 12, frock.: takes yards 39-irich rcateriai. Send 20 cents to tae Lethbridge Herald. Pattern Dept, for each pat- tern. Two time should be allowed for pattern to reach you. TJse This Connon. Print and Address Hainly. The regular meeting of South minster Business Girls u-iU be heir: on Thursday. April ISth, starttag with supper at p.in.. and fol- lowed by attendance at the Lenten service at in the church. To: The LethbriSge Herald, Pattern DepU LethbtidffC. AIU. CJMI. 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