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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 18, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBEIDGE HERALD THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1946 MILADI Phone 4040 Women AROUND THE WORLD her sister, Mrs. S. S. Lavery GOOD FBI0AT SIGHT 3 J. J- JJSlft Sirs Zse Lcrd serene, otier relates Deer. life His aicther gave j Miss Saerle is ended. j to spend the ions Xo word save ose Macleoc. _ Of ssore, bui gently a -S a ji-TS. ii. 3a heT Durable heart j S. B. Johnson of Picrjss ar- Laoy Baden Powell, widow of the founder of the Boy Scout and Girl Guide movements, will arrive in Vancouver May 7 far a coast-to-coast toar of Csnada in her capacity of world chief guide. Viscountess Alexander, wsfe of. Canada's new governor general.: Wednesday did her first shoppmg j arnvujg in Ottawa last Friday ii Haster presents for her OVERSEAS BRIDE i Reflation Parent Training In High Good yriday dawns again____ on a world striving, after nearly' OLDS, Alta.. April A two thousand veass. to bring love recommendation that more training and lasting peace to the world. in We have coucl'JKied six rears r war duriag service sxn were crueifcec Jor :te sasae ideals for be conducted high schools was made by Dr. S. R. iaycodt professor of educational psychology at Sssfcatchearaa uni- He was nailed to versity, SasJfeatoon. in addressing a i the save maalond. Are f convention representing Koine and I we wcrth" that sacrifice? That is School associations of Alberta. a cuestios each one should ponder About ISO delegates are auend- ioTe' this Good Friday. Wfcai are ing. and all phases of youth edu- we smaag for? Money and posi- cation are being discussed. Dr. uoa o- peace and "love of our I Laycock said many parente lack a 'e''ow nien? Oclv when our knowledge of child discipline. thoughts and deeds" are directed James Murray, principal of PLAN HERE FOR EASTER PARADE citizens iriil observe the first peaceful Easter in more than six years and women and men are planning their finer? for the tradiuosal "Easter Easter is later than, usual this year and gives promise of being enough for the wearing of spring togs which should add interest to the annual Women, anxious to purchase their Easter outfits, have been local stores for weeks. Some hart been fortunate in securing proper and latest style but with shortages still prevailing In many lines, others will make-do with costumes of former but will be sporting new hats. It is expected that people will throng to church at least once on Easter day and then spend the rest of the hours leisurely strolling through Gait Gardens, out to Hen- derson Lake or driving around the city or district. TsetiKi has be-uies in JCorth _Ten The governssen toward the betterment of mankind rather than rsr cur own selfish gains we pay our debt to Christ 1 and the men and woesen who have i sacrificed their hves for us. It is only by eaea individual striving _ to live a "life of unselfishness .that j School of Agriculture, said ex- servicemen retumjng to the school s were making a to the life of the institution. _____________ us. It I Is only by eaea individual spiring to live a "life of unselfishness that I well ever strain peace on earth. If', nractlces unselfishness in the; SPRING of life iSav. life UI little __________ of life each day. life >toT lies the Lcnl serene, august, Personals... Jackie Xewby returned _to Air and points eoars. Miss Ksrea. Axelson who is at- tending the School of Technology sad Art in Cslgary has the citv to spend the hoiicays with Barents." Mr. and Mrs. B. C. J AxeSsoa. Mr. and Mrs. Axeisonf will also have as their Hasser guest, j George ArkiEStahi of Begma. i After In Canary with her daughter and son-in-law. Mr and Mrs. Donald Campbell. Mrs. J. E. Shsmon has returned to the Misses Sdith and Marjoris Crais were co-hostesses Wednesday even- re; when thev entertained at a oartv ccmpliscentin? Miss Y-oll HesrJtz. who is leaving the citv in the near future for her marriage is. Honors for wen; to Viss wiCe Mrs. It. Jones won the consolation Rose of New is "convinced that Mrs. Xieisen is with Can- j. ads and especially the cordiality of Canadian people. verv few exceptions beautiful t girls go to They either gee married, go into show i members be held. Hostesses are business or become models. Sisters A. Perkins. T. Ramage, It j Richardson. M. Ponech, Mary Mrs. Pauline Clarke, wearing Ca- j sangster. nadssn army battle-dress including! a beret and boots, tried unsuccess- The PubUc Librarv will be closed; Mark Anniversary Acmy Sorority The second anniversary of the j Easter tea and pantry sale of St. f Andrew's Ladies Aid held in the 8fhnnrti ha'l WMinpsdsv afternoon. hall Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Fred Blaekbourne and Mrs. H. W. Menzie welcomed, the many guests and Mrs. M. Ringland was general convener of the affair, assisted bv Mrs. George Masson and Mrs. Colin McVean. Serviteurs in- intermediate girls' Acmy dujed D c Archibald. Mrs. Soroniy was ceiebratea Fnoay. w gjyj T. T. Reid. April s2. in the form of a dance in i pacing the prettily arranged OVER 1M4HLUON IOTTLES SOU! VERY EFFECTIVE Fit MONTHLY PAIN DOES MORE than vbm to Cesale finrrinrrl periodic It afso rriicrci cf nanxx. Cotnpocod is a ulciof ooe of ibe noct e you can nScms For New or Old SHINGLES Protecto Paint Canada Paint Wallpaper Store Phone Sister Gertrude Murpny, 3S stationed in Cafeary. was recentlv in Banff when she acted bridesmaid at the Pauline PieroneS: for Burmis'to Easter with carenss, Sir." end Mrs. M. J. KioneS. f Katherise Wallace of Cal- carv will be the Easier guest of Phvllls Felger. Princess Elizabeth wSl receive the hoaorarv degree of bachelor of music of the University of London at the senate house on July 10, Her great-uncle, the Sari of Athlone. former sovemor-general cf Can- ada and chancellor of the umver- sitv, will preside- at-the ceremony. Mr find W. J. Macleod were guests at the goicen wedding of the letter's sister aaa brother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Wil- Tiaai Sobson, at; BegiJia, Ssst, Mon- Mrs. J. G- Laycock. Swift Cur- rent, Sask, Is the Easier gcesi CL See Our Selection of Easter Cards CROSS SON THIRD AVESTTE S. Wecnesday was 2 Citr. and Mrs. P. J. Hardman. ac- companied bv her daughter, Doreen, of Magna. TJtah. have left for their homes after being the guests for a week of their sister, Mrs. E. _________________complimenting Miss Doris Lee. hriiie-elect of trus month. presented to the hono-ed were in a cecoratec Stirling, house. Miss Mary Kostiuk assist- ed the hostess. A special service will be held at Lutheran church, comer of Sixth Ave. and Fifteenth St. S. on Good Prldav morning at 11 o'clock. Rev. V. Eichenlaab will speak i on ihe tccic -TKlth Christ on Mount jCaliary." This service will last hour. I Faith Hebekah Lodge Xo. 93 has received an. invitation from Leth- bricge Lodge Kb. 2. to at- tecc a dance is be held oa Friday, April 25. at 9 pja. in. I.O.OJ. fcalL All members and escorts invited. Leihhridge Lodge No. 2 LO.OJP. I "will hold its regular meeting on pn- thc club whose main puroose is to i serve the "Y" and sponsor girls for I Camp Inaspi at '.Vaterton in the summer months. One of the highlights of the eve- jning was the. performance by the iLethbndge Ballroom Dance club, j under the direction of Mrs. Joyce jBateman The first presenta- jtion. called "Dancing in the j was performed by MTss Jean Robin- json "and George Patey. A South American rhurcJba was presented by [Miss Robinson and Mr. Frank Olagos as a second number. Mrs. (Joyce Bateman His, Miss Jean Barton of Mr. and Mrs. Cstapbell Alrd win arHv1 in the citv tonight from Turner Valley to be the Easter guests of the former's mother, Mrs. James Aird. Mr. James S-rettoa arrived in the citr at the beginning of the week froln Edmonton where he is- s stu- dent at the university, to speed Easter with his Barents, Mr. and Mrs. E. G-. Srretton. Mrs. M.T. Haffaker of Salt Lake For Spring Cleaning Venetian Blind and Cleaner Scratch Semorer Polish Powder-ene Rug Cleaner floor War, Fnrnitnre Polishes. ----Get juitr supplies at Mr. and Mrs. Minor McSeazie left the city Wednesday night for Calgarv where thev will attend the Nonhcbtte-Lowe wedding on Thurs- day evening. Mrs. A. Wright of Los Angeles. Calif., is visiting hi the city, the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Crofts and F. Crofts and will also visit Mayor and Mrs. A. W. Shackleford. Activities Here A dance will be held in the legion, hall by the to the Canadian LegiorC on Friday, April 19. So- cial evening, oar.cir.g-, i Evervbody welcome, i The hike -planned for the Fourth Lethbridge (St. Augustin's) Mbwgle .Pack on Easter Monday has been i unavoidably postponed until a later date. Instead, there will be a regu- lar meeting on Monday night; to which Cubs are asked to bring their at S degree will be conferred, members are askai to attend. Mac- leod Lodge is paying a fraternal visit. Visiting Brothers welcome. During the dance program. Miss Phvllis and Mr Gotion Hosel- ton were the winners of the i prize. door The meeting of thellAdles Society to the 3. of L. F. he held in the LO.OJP. nan, Thnrsday eve- ning at 8 o'clock." Initiation of new 314 Sixth St. S. Tka Black and Tan Calf Slick, simple, glovt-itttag styles 13. jQfi brows 5ALLY 11.00 ABOUT SHOES IN THE WEST SIMPLIFIED SKIN CARE Designed to do the most for the skin ta the shortest mea- time. Craua. liS to Uo Ardesi Sirin Tonic, ITS to Creim Muk. 150 to S.7S JuuSoftat to 4.40 A. M. Sutherland Drue Co. Marquis Hotel At You Get Fine Photographs Gire your friends and relatives a really good photograph of a Clarke photo. Remember, it must be good or it would not be by Clarke. Clarke Studio Downstairs, MacFarland BIdg. Phone 2010 For Easter! A New Hat From Our Delightful Selection Beautifully Trimmed Straws Gaily Colored Felts A Handbag Completes the Costume! 'Among our extensive range Plastic Patents Willow Calf English-Leathers Genuine Cordays MARIE-LOUISE Fonrth Ave. S. Beer ot Dewit ST. AUGUSTUS CHURCH Good Friday Services Service for Children. 12 cooa to THE DEVOTIONS OF THE THREE HOURS THS HECTOR. Meditations and Addresses on the Seven Lest Words From the Cross. "Worshippers requested to enter or leave the Chmth. osly daring the of a hytca EASTER JEWELRY Suggestions CAMERON FASHIONS Xow that you've bonght that new Easter costume yon probably want to make it sparkle with a bright sew locket, some earrings, a lovely pendant, appealing cos- tame jewelry, or even a dazzling wrist watch. ...Here at Wheelers we have a wide assortment of almost everything you could think of in the way of handsome diamonds to in- expensive novelties just the right things to help put you at the head of the Easter parade. KRESGE BUILDING as presented by L. Cameron Co. for Spring and Easter Smart Coats, Distinctive Suits and Glorious biil- lliant by designers who have studied the likes and dislikes of the modem garments exclusive to L. Cameron Co. Cottons are more plentiful Bigger and better selections to choose sizes, and the colors are more beautiful. Smartly Styled Raincoats All the new wanted shades and tailored of cloths. to 4 Accessories to suit your outfit Purses. Gloves, Scarves, Blouses in a assortment of colors, styles and sizes. A New Hat for Easter Gay selection, of new spring straws and felts. .Jnst in time for Easter. Hats that will add distinction to your new suit or coat. Priced to x i f f Shopping Is easier at L. Cameron Jb Co. because the selections are better and there is a -wider assortment of items. L. CAMERON CO. DISTINCTIVE LADIES' WEAR PHONE 2850 SIXTH STREET S. .NFW SPA PERI ;