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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 1946 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE-1SINE Scotland Yard Woman Chief March Wedding _ Former City Girl Wed In Vancouver LONDON. April Yard's first cJiief inspector i tbrojigh Canada curisg tise war as Squadron Officer Eliza- belh Bather of the i anything but a disciplinarian. At 41, she matches gay blue eyes I and waw golden fcair with, the; fiiendliess of smiles, a voice that! soothes rather than cojusiaEds. a cbaraa of csaaaer more appropriate to a drawing 'zoom, than a. jjolice barracks. f Yet it was chiefly because of success in Canadians 5or: She 3.C-A-P. division in" ioaa Irora Britain's Wo- men's A'Triiiary Air she i vas aopoiEted secocci-iJi-eoKXEsajic, uscer'Scperiiitejident Dorothy Pe-I to, of the 140 policewomen in Los- don's metropolitan area. On joining the WJLAJP. in 193S Phoio by Cross she QUleJdy rose to an executive j Missionaries Serving in India position in the air ministry and in! July. 1341. sent to Ottawa to I Saturday. March 30. at St. Mary's help organize a Canadian iK-ocien's Anglican church. Marjorie Edith sir io-ree. GenUenian, daughter of Mr. and "I was told the job would be dif-1 Mrs. H. W. Gentleman, became the gt. Frank Edwin Miller. Cowan officiated at tile iiculi, and that. Canadian girls bride of Sgt. TstKiJdnt stand lor discipline as Rer. B. W. O British girls she ssid, "On the j ceremony which look place before contrary. I found thera most co- j a flower-decked altar, operative and esger to please." j The brice. who was given in raar- Miss Batfeer said -usfornjriately 1 riage by Wilson L. Kew. in the ab- A wedding of interest solem- nized Wednesday evening, April 10, at West Point Grey United church. Vancouver, when Helen Mae. daughter Mrs. f. V. Manchester and the late Mr. Manchester of Calgary, forrseriy of became the bride of Fit. Horace King Wiilsoa, ycacgest son of Mrs. Irvine Willson and the late SMr. WiUson of Vancouver. Rev. E. Telford officiated at the candle- light ceremony. Given in marriage by her co-osin, i C. C. Wil- son, New Westminster, the brice i was spuraed in ivory blush satin. Her piont d'esprit veil was held by j a. coronet; of mother-of-pearl and: caBa lilies and she carried a bou-; tjsiet of green gardenias, roses and i I lay-of-the-vaUey. Mrs. Terry Pea- j theriey o? Saskatoon, her sister. was matron of honor, arid Miss Jean MeBwen. a cousin, was bridesmaid. They were frocked alifee in water- melon pink crepe with shartreuseS feather headdresses. Their flowers were hyacinthe and lily-of-the- val'ev. Mr. W. Mclntosh was best man." Ushers were Mr. P. W. Da- kin. Pit. Lt. C. McLean. Pit. Li. D. Firie ar.d Pit. Sgt. J. T. C. Davies. ilr. J. McGeachie was soloist. A reception was held at the cers' MAYFAIR VOGUE'S PCRPLS SPRINGS. (EJCS) Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Rash, ters, Jericho Beach. foHowing: which j the bride and groom left for a wed- Ubove. .are serving as Binaries three vears> preaching at -ir-E- which Of the CRUTCH O. CJlTlSi. Before going to India, Mr. Rash j I as minister at Hasina iorjj i Hndu auss jsatner ssia uaion'onsteiy i riage bv wiison ix Kew. in the as- A1--'- -lr> Rqeaui united I never went farther west thar. serie of her father, wore a tur- cmg tnp to Banff, Regma. Saska- Ragaut. Toronto; but scase cay I hope to go oaoise blue afternoon frock, with toon anG Calgary. to Canada again to explore the] black accessories and a of Burdett Farm Home Razed pulpit eschange. his degree at Calgary. took! tired of it.' blue afternoon frock, with ____ _ccessories and a. corsage of countrv properly. It is lovely land, j rosebuds. The matron of honor, I dcn't think I should ever grow j Mrs. iSL Andrew, was attired in a nf ir i -ojue (jresssaaker suit. Her corsage was white carnations. Mr. W. Andrew supported the groom. A reception was held at Head- quarters, Sergeants' Mess, Intern- ment Camp 133. The bride's mother chose for the occasion a Women Preachers Coming To Prairie rose-colored two- ensemble two ancient motorcars will be the] moce of transport, for 23 girls sow i training in United church colleges jj. sergeants of Head- will go preaching in raission j to which the gr :s throughout Canaca this sum-' fields mer. ing .he reception -r. T- K Amundsen sang several solos The Unitea church aireaay has j acco2lnanied bv Mr. Kew at the girls working in Canadian frontier. sections throughout the country. j and thev nave done splen- I die said Hev. Macdon- aid, of the home mission depart- j Jack- vi girls wSl be on fields in i the prairie provinces. British Co- i lumbis. Alberta, Ontario and pos- sibly the roaritimes." said "Mr. Maccpnald. "They will have from two to eight Breaching -points on their charges. Most of thera win preach three times a Sunday." Mr. and Mrs. Miller wfll reside in he city for the present time. TFKEXTH.43I SOCIAL NOTES "VraSXTHAM. (HNS) Mrs. Miible Wetherelt of Ose-PoJjr was 3. guest toon and Calgary. Out-of-town guests at the wed- ding included Mrs. I. V. Manchester. Calgary, mother of the bride: Mrs. Leslie "Davis, Ottawa, aunt of the j bride; Mrs. P. Featherley daughter Helen, Saskatoon. and week. Mr. and Mrs. Soon Zaugg and children of Stirling were guests of her Barents. Mr. and Mrs. John Hirsche; last Sunday. Mrs. Pea A fire of un- known origin completely destroyed the farm home of Alex Neumann. 52 miles southwest of town on Mon- day night. The family had retired p-m. About an hour afterwards at ,the ilrs. Neumann was awakened by the najlles arid smoke. The -d. contents home of her daughter. Mr. and Mrs. j J. Lakie' in Lethbridge for a few days this week. The many friends of Frank Wes piial .due to an injurj- received whea he jumped frora a truck. Mrs. Leo Nelson entertained the members and friends of the Wei- fire on Monday afternoon. fare Circle at- her home the Sre was Srst noticed it was too car afternoon. The Mav meeting late to do more than open the aoor. will be hid at the home of Mrs. trhen twelve of the hundreo oaay chicks ran outside. The remainder wVe destroyed. The fire is believed to have beer, caused by the explo- sion of the oil stove used for heating New Garage For Taber Planned (Special io The Herald) Monday's meeting of the town council, three lots eass of; the telephone office were sold to i Roy Beatty of Bow Island who pro- j Charlie Rochenback on the-15th. BROODER HOUSE BURNS st. at the home of her parents, j Herbert F. sion or tns Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chishokn. last Tbacker lost his brooder house by the place. Your Local Dealer BARRETT'S HOME APPLIANCES Authorized G.E. Sales and Service Clarke Blk., Letjibridge, Phone 4554 proposed move the stockyards to a j point on the west end of town, as j formally recommended by the Board j of Trade to the C.PJ1. It was determined to adopt the new electric rate as outlined by the Calgary Power Co. The bylaw has twice been read and is now passed on to the Board of Public Utility Commissioners for approval before j the third and final reading. I Taber is to have 11 blocks of new] cement sidewalks. The contract has been let to Earl EHingson and work j began Tuesday morning at the B.A, service station. TO VOTE OX BYLAW S3MBERLEY, B.C. (HNS) Ratepayers here will be asked by the city council this month to en- dorse a bylaw for outright purchase of the city's power and water distribution systems owned at oresent by the Consolidated Mining and Saiefting Company of-Canada. The bylaw will require a three- fifths majority to go into effect, and though balloting on the two utilities will be separate, both must be given this majority since the utilities will not be sold separately. WOOLLEN SKIRTS A new shipment of lovely woollen skirts has arrived in the same popular checks and pastel plaids featured above. CHECK AND DOUBLE CHECK! SUITS Houndstooth, Glen check and Shepherd blacks, greens, browns and blues, in fact all the lovely combinations that you associate with these good wearing tweeds. They're new, they're dif- ferent. All the latest details in styling are featured in them. LUXURIOUS LINGERIE More lovely slips have arrived in sizes 32 to 46. Also embroidered satin and crepe night gowns, sure to suit the most discriminating persons. You also won't want to miss our latest arrivals in luxurious lace-trimmed bridal sets to a Set Join the Easter Parade at MAYFAIR-VOGUE LTD. Fifth Street S. Lethbridge The Part ELECTRONICS Plays 'K in Your Daily Life science which enables us to control electricity more exactly and usefufly than ever contributing to the comfort and convenience of everyone's daily life. Already it is bringing us devices which hear, see, talk, count and remember. It has given us radio, talking pictures, radar and other equipment. Electronics is guiding planes and ships through fog and speeding industrial production in a host of ways. Tos morrow, electronic engineering-will bring us new benefits in many fields. GENERAL ELECTRIC RADIO, TELEVISION AND ELECTRONICS EQUIPMENT IN devices are helping In the manufacture of steel and aluminum; in the processing of wood, metals and textiles. They ere matching colors; counting, and controlling; sterilizing and packaging foods. IN science of electronics is helping the agricultural scientists produce more and better crops by aiding in the creating of new flowers, vegetables and grains. It is helping protect crops against disease and pests. It is automatically sorting fruit and eggs. IN famsliar X-ray machine Is one of the original electronic applications. The electron microscope which magnifies times or more, and the electrocardiograph which records heart action; both are electronic units. Electroaics is helping in heat ing pain, promoting healing. IN is the basic principle in radio, talking pictures and tele- vision. When conditions permit, it will bring television to you will see and hear. It will bring us F-M the amaz- ing new radio. FOR THE devices are being developed which will banish dust, fight control heating, improve lighting, make life brighter, safer and happier. The Wrecking of c of h sufficient to maire the photo- electric failed in motxsn devices which con open doors cr yvfi operate borglar alarm, start end Hop mcchfceiy. Leader in Radio, Television and Electronica, Canadian General Electric, with long experience, modern production facilities skilled personnel, stands ready to play a prominent part in the development and application of electronic devices in the years that lie I CANADIAN GENERAL ELECTRIC CO, LIMITED HEAD OFFICE -TORONTO f rSPAPERf VSFAPERr ;