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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 18, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, .APRIL 18. 1S46 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE mm Beauty Standard Changed By War MEW YORK, April war has mace a big change in beauty standards for says Mme. Aatonie. vile of ibe famous coiffeur and tile "basinsss of the firm, who is tere frrca Paris oa a visit. "In the years she con- tinued, "there sill be much jess artificiality and froa-frou; much iRcre natiiralness, health and prac- ticality. Women -a-jil concentrate atsore on beautifying their bodies and faces and in keeping theni healthy and young, and less oa the paranhernalia they wear. You can see the evidence of that trend now ir> the attentioa iroaaen give to AUiCII uuumvc exercise, food study and vitamins. "The great "mode de is gone and I doubt if it ever ictum in j our time. A time millions of people are starring and suffering is no time for luxurious clothes or beauty effects. current vogue, for natural beauty is goiog to inake a big dif- ference in she said. "For one thing, I think, Te -aren't use poirder- Instead we shall use a new make-up oH gives a lus- tre to the rosy tint in the morning aiui a more golden glour for afternoon and evening. Eye make-up be aaore subdued anc lipstick raore brilUant." SACRED COSTATA HERE GOOD FKIDAY NIGHT North Cnited Church choir, under the direction of Mr. B. B. 35artia, will present the sacred cantata. "Oiiret to Calvary" by J. E. Mauccer on Good Rriday evening: in the church at eight o'clock. There -aiU be a choir of 20 voices and solo parts be taken by Mrs. Cyril Hoult, Mrs. Charles oates, 'Miss Margaret Oates. Mr. A. Jarvis. Mr. George Bodell arid Sir. J. Lowther. The public is invited io attend. f No fiae' thanks to Blue There's only way to gal rid of rhetyeilow look tinging quick and way! Just a swish or two of in final rins- ing it and notice the difference. colours combine to make white, one of these is blue. Blue must be added to make true white. KB-M MOTHERS WASHDAJ HELPER WJC.T.U. Secretary Addresses WM.S. At the Easier meeting of the Southminsier "Wednesday afternoon at the church hall the guest speaker -eras Miss Edna Fay Grant. Dominion field, secretary of the Woaien's Christian Temperance Union. Miss Grant in her travels frosa Nova Scotia to British Co- lumbia told of her visits to reform schools, prisoas, old peoples' homes and the different youth groups. Stating that it is the business of the church to fight evil, the speak- mentioned alcohol as one of the prime evils. This evil puts people. as it -ssrere, in a dungeon.of physical weakness- Alsohol makes people become diseased and aids in the spread of social and mental dis- eases. It- also dulls the miad, inter- fering -aith judgment and self con- Often times it changes the character of she individual, putting him in a poor position socially. Grant stated that figures re- vealed alcohol to be responsible for 90 per cent. the crime in the United States. Spiritually this hazard keeps people frora God and the church. Realizing ihai Christ is the only one who can change people the WCT.U. uses this message as its foundation of -srork. They -arork to instruct and vrsm young people of all the evils of alcohol. During the year over boys and girls were contacted by this organiza- tion. In closing. Miss Grant said peo- p'e must be fully informed on the subject of alcohol so that with God's help they may aid those who are weakened because of drink. Annual Alberta W.M.S. In Session Mrs. E. Garrin of Lethbridge Is among the 55 delegates attending the 32nd annual meeting of Alberta Women's Missionary Society of the Presbyterian Church in Canada be- ing held at, Calgary this week. Reports are showing a successful year concluded with the treasurer, Mrs. R- McRae, Edmonton, report- ing raised and forwarded to Toronto headquarters. The confer- ence concludes today, Thursday. NO SEW EASIER FDfERY FOK PRESIDENT'S WIFE WASHDTCTON. April It's all up in the air. literallv what Mrs. Truman, will -srear Easter Sunday. The first ladv, it seems, take a quick gander at the weather, ruauaage in the closet and emerge to lead the nation's fashion parade any old things that catch her eve. They wont be nor coat. That's definite. The same applies to daughter Margaret. 44V Y" Teen Club Chatter (By Pat Dimock and Betty Lou Rogers) (By Betty Lou Bogers and Fat Dimock) Well kids! here we are again, with a little more "chatter" and information on our regular and popular Saturday night fiance, held weekly at the Y.M-C-A. Incideatly kids, cont iorget these dances are Bedtime Glamor KEEN'S BLUE PREVENTS CLOTHES TURNING YELLOW MEDAL TO MOXHER Iiorence Woodland trears a silvra- medal bearing the inscription prize i for the Best Mother. Love from. j Flower, Dorothy, Bill and her four children. WORK OF VEEfS The feins are blood vessels which i return the blood from the capil- I laxies toward the heart. BURDETT MOTES GKUMUB Msttttmi Gn CMB- open to any boy or tfci of years of age or over, up -to U years and if you've been mining lately, yoaj are" fllTf- OUt on SOffld sweil' fun. Iigei Saturdav, Don McLean and Geo. Slowasky "put oa a skit called it was a riot. Don, who playfc the part of a six-year- old boy along with his imaginary dog brought down the BORDETT. CHJiS) MM, M. Statema returned from Snoko- tnish. Wash, where she attended the funeral of her only Jacob Douma, who at one time f a farmer and early resident of the Granain district. 5t- Doaraa, Is sur- vived br two sons and one daughter. R. Lome James, an employee of j the Natural Gas Company here, returned from Calgary, where- ask Don. More and more skits. Don, and kids if vou have one, don't hide it, give it a dusting and trot ii out. And now for real news. Guess lor j dances. Yes! All this asd ;n extra special intermission pro-" gram. too. When is this? Saturday. AprS 20. at fr o'clock PJK- sharp. So. we'll be seein" ya. j So long. Planning a lingerie" shower Or restocking vour own supply? Either wav. Pattern 4728 is what you will need and enjoy! Both nightie and jacket are lovelv. simple to sew. Pattern 4728: 12, 14. 16, 18, 30; 40. Size 16 nightgown 2% yards, 33-inch; bed jacket 1% yards. Send 20 cems to tne lethbtldf e Herald. Pattern Deot-, for each pat- tern. Two time should be allowed for pattern to reach you. Use This Coupon. Print Your Same and Address Plainly. To: The Lethbrfdge Herald, Pattern Dept_ Lethbridee. Alia. Pattern 4728. Size..... Name Address ELLA RAINES Universal Star Hollywood's loveliest screen stars entrust their beauty to Pan-Cake and so can you. For "Pan-Cake" is the famous glamour make-up that gives you perfection... and protection... for your complexion. Originated by Max Factor "Pan-Cake glamorizes instantly, and its exclusive, pat- ented formula keeps the skin soft and smooth, actually safeguards it against drying. the honor of employees of had returned Irosa service. Lome tiad been a. of the R-C-E.M.E. and -was tioned in dfesatches. The local badminton club- ended i a. successful season last week. i balance on hand for aext sea- Tie meiabers are proud that won the shield at the tourna- ment held at BamwelL Some of the younger pSayers give indication of! being future champions. Mr. Gelinas of 3ow Maud !a thef new agent here. He took over I his duties on Monday, -whea O. C.J and fasSy left for Lomcnd. fixed. Kine lots were sold, and OQwr where Mr, is SGf I basiRgss kept the council' borj- oatU Fred OTtennsB, hardware user- i a laie hotar. chant, has gas pumps i Miss Kay Feist wax the in front cf his store on Street. I guest- of Sgt. Wilfred Cossette. Lethbridge, I LaSce. spent the weekend his wifei acd family. j VFO5EEX ATHLETES The village council held thej Wcesea of Greece monthly meeting on Monday night, f !n ashletics long before tbe The tax rates for year were', ian era. "Here are six ideas for you" "Every minute of' a. housewife's time is that's why these hints to save your time are so important. Join the thousands who depend on Keliogg's ready-to- eat cereals not only to save time and 'work at breakfast, for quick meals anytime of day! Use Kellogg's in cooking, arc some suggestions..." Breakfast bright Kmmbles -with fresir fruit and milk. Made from Canadian whole wbeat shredded, curled, crisped. More nourishment in everr spoonfed- Even the flavour is After swimming appetites are hearty. Serve them big bowls of Kelloggs Pep with plenty of milk. It's easy to prepare, satisfying. Pep Bran Bakes are made from whole wheat. Perfect hot weather lunch- eons- Crisp Tegctable salad and battered All-Bran muffins, look for the easy-to-make recipe for All-Bran muffins oa the side of the Kellogg's All-Bran package. crisp, 3avosifcl All-Wheat Hakes on leftover meat and vegetables. As simpl? as that yoa a casserole dish thatwilldeiightyoor family. And what a Savour combination! snacks after school don't aeed to mean work for yoa. Let the- kiddies help themselves to Rice love the merry sings "We're crisp, crisp, like a snack at bedtime? Try a bowi of Keliogg's Corn Hakes--with inilk and fruit. Ready instantly, easy-to-digest, sadsfyiag. Four out of five Canadian housewives -rote KeDogg's jint for flttvMtri foBy protected by U. 5- end Foreign Trade Mark opd lann. LEADING DRUG AND DEPARTMENT STOKES Today, more than ever, one of Canada's most Important foods! V> They're abundant, economical. That's why they're so important. There's a Kellogg cereal to suit every taste. They're made from corn, wheat, rice some flaked, some shredded, some popped! Serve a different one every day. Kellogg's pioneered ready-to-eat cereals. For over a quarter century Canadian housewives have known and trusted Kellogg's products. Today Kellogg's is the greatest name in cereals! KeBogg'sBran FUtes urteat, Gently-Uxativt, they keif aptly proteins and minerals. Fleites taste so gotdjea'li wan! iirem every day. at SAVE TIME...SAVE WORK...SAVE FBEL! ,'SPAPERf ;