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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 1946 MILADI Their First Easter in Canada Phone 4040 "rived in tie. city from Sdmonton 10 spend the holiday with his parents, lir. and Sirs. A. D- Cook. a Mrs. H. Cuihbestsoa and Mis. David Gibson were joint hostesses at the home of the former Wedses- evening iii-hen they entertains miscellaneous shower compli- imeatirs Sliss Gibson bnde- eiect of nest month. Gifts to she honored gues: were presented to her is a basket attractively decorated IE "fe, green and white. 'formerly oJ leiisbridge. Mr. and Mrs. A. Sobertsos aad small cauahter Sharon have arrived 'in the city from Vancouver to iMrs. Robertson's parents. Mr. and' llrs. H. J. Flock. Mr. and Mrs. Bob- will later be residing in Cal- 3Ess Havering Dims is lister vacation in Calgary she is the guest of Cr. and ilrs. J. M. Hutchicson. iEss Isabel Tanrirts of Ijethbridge hss left to spend Easier vacation a; fry home "in Calgary. 1 Mrs. George Soss and son, J.ick. have been visiting in the city irora Miss Frances Ost Is spending Easter vacation visiting at Lledicine Hat. i Recent visitors la the city from at night In dark Gethsemaiie Calgarv included Mr. arid Mrs. Christ praved this prayer: Thr j jjabert" Weir. be up: Mine, And straggling there, agony, An iaaer strs His soul in! Mary Francis left the city Thursday to spend Easter at Cal- gary. The staff of Eaton's store and their friends are looking forward to and resignation Women AROUND THE WORLD April Wedding Tod >s Reflection I r-''m 1 "Women atsaear to have esiab-! jlished themselves so solidly in the i favor of some Toronto employers' that, when the time comes to re-; place them in Sobs formerly held by f men. the boss "cajls lor not a man but another woman worker. Sailors make much better fensaands than either soldiers or airmen according to Rear Ad- miral V. G. Brodeur of Winni- peg. He savs "sailors are awav so much that their nlves are only too glad to welcome them this the world's one prayer: will, not ,___________________________ through uircilUrsg lips it drinks j bgia in she Marquis "hotel Tuesday Enjoying their their annual 3irthdav dance to be Easier, Joan _ I ___ _ i the Cf sacrifice and sustenance divine ynaT! fill its soul with strength and lift it up. Proin depths of pals sad spirit's figOTtvp To rest with Christ, its weary hsart re-bors. Par Christ died, and e'er Geth- seiaaae There burst th- of :tn Easier Eileen McQuiggan, Personals 3Sr. Howard. McMshost left Rriday for Calsarv to snend the Easter holi- days visiting his sister, .Mrs. Earl Lewis.- first Canadian Elaine Hewitt bv the Herald land two months ago. Pour-year-. old John is a manly little fellow] who is hanpy with his new play- {teen war a half years. Mrs. Hewitt was a volunteer can- worksr and married a _____ Mrs. B. A. Maloney son Boss have arrived in the city from afedicine Hat.to be Easter guests of airs. Maloaeys jnoSher, Mis. J. J- Farrier. After" hating spent the past two months visiting' her sister, MissHar- riet liadsav, Mrs. Boy BarahUl left :on Friday to join her husband in where they will make B, SL ChiSwick is visiting in the city Irom Calgarr, a guest at the Marouis hoieL i Mr. IX A. Cook, who Is attending ths University of Alberta, has ar- CHILDREN'S PHOTOS A.E. CROSS SON ATEXCE .S.. evening. Mr. F. S- Sosfer, accompanied by sis daughters, Misses Huth. who arrived ia the city Friday from Ed- monton, and Valerie, will leave Sun- day for Vancouver to attend the sraduation of Miss Alice noefer. Mrs. Hoefer left for the coast at the begJEning of r.tw week. Sfursing Sister Gertrude Murphy of Calgary nas arrived in the city to spend Easter with her Barents, Mr. and Mrs. 'C. D. Murphy. Evelyn. Schinsqn and Miss Blanche Zook were joint hostesses at a. miscellaneous shower at the home of the former, when they en- tertained in honor of Miss Doris Dfide-elect of t'nis month. The rooms were decorated with spring flowers and pink and white stream- ers. Approximately twenty-three guests were .present. m-: Mr.- ana. Mrs. Parfitt, accom- panied, fay their daughter, 3Sss Ethel Parfltt, have returned to the city filter-spending a few days in Cal- gary, guests at the Palliser hotel. While in Calgary Miss Ethel Par- fitt, who is studying the violin, took part in Miss Marv Short's recital held in the ballroom of the hotel. Mrs. J. -J. Cantwell of Calgary arrived in the city Thursday to soend a week visiting her daughter. Mrs. 3. Glen little, Mr. little and lamily. Mr. Sruce Aitkea lias arrived la the city from Red Deer to spend the holiday week-end with par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. D. Aitken. four- j week after she met her husband at smile i the "Ifs. working out line photographer as they were admir- mates in this city. ins the bunnies and flowers in teen months old, has a bonny i Prache's Plower Shop wmdow. and fair golden curls. Their fath-j says Mrs. They are the children erenow Eng- the Calsarv Highlanders five ana' not the wind. Photo by Clarke Alberta vras voiced by Dr. A. G. McCalla of Edmonton and Mr. Kunelias of "WesUock at the Olds Home and School convesziari. Tne retired deuuij' minister of edu ties was iurthe" honored by having j a school, built, recently in the LeUi- I of the i Engraving Easter Js a. for optimism. Gardens are bursting into biooni and all nature sings the glad sons of life awakening. Hearts are light- ened with the message which comes at this season and the world joins in loud hallelujahs. Southern Al- hertins have so much to gladden their hearts. We are eoastaaili' bathed in more glorious sunshine than any other part of this eoaii- senr. What If the wind does blow it is far better than. continual dreary rairu When mois- ture falls here it is welcomed as blessing. The jnsjority of our boys and girls are safely home from overseas. Those havipg lost loved ones will find solace in the Easter message of Resurrection. Slay we be continually cognizant of the beauty surroundiag us and enter joyous season with thankful- ness ia'our S3. Activities Here Faith Rebekah Lodge No. 83 will hold its regular meetiEg on Mon- of Mr. and Rbna. and Dale that a far-sighted view be taken in dealing with educational problems. Veterans have earned the right to priority in jobs and educational ad- vantages, he said, but we must con- The bride chose a. dressmaker suit of cream biege wool with a small brown hat trimmed with lime green. Her corsage was of red rose hardly began, what use could these outmoded buildings be put for the age group of sixteen, to twenty-four? The speaker envisioned Alberta, with well-constructed schools that were real centres of all community ac- tivity. "The two most important jobs committed to men are parenthood gyirj the former deput? minister believed. Alberta was raising her standards j continuously, yet there was no fa- j en the Daster motiff, drew ture in teaching because of the low! a large crowd of teen-agers to the salaries. Public opinion should be I Parish Wall where they danced tc "to induce top-flight voting ths music-of the "Swing Kids." people, the right kind of people" itecorations featured the club colors, grey and blue, with cotton Clark Bright CAKMAXGAY. (HKS) St. Andreurs Presbvteriaa Church. xras the scene of a. pretsy eay. 8 in I.O.OJP- n 'io'i! n when the Bef I aall. Visiting Rebekahs are wel- come. Sister aSadge Caaspbell, Do- minion Lodge Ko. 41, will be in- stalled as district deputy president ol District 17. A soecial meeting of the Major Jack Hoss Chapter, Z.OJD.E, will be held in the Gas Company auditor- ium Monday. April 22, at p.m. A full attencance is requested. The Sputhminstsr Chesr Group win meet in the ladies" parlor of the church Monday, AprU 22, at 8 o'clock. The members of Victoria No. 116, L.O.B.A-. are asked to meet at the home of Mrs. B. Gardiner, Suite 8, No. i Fire Hall, on Tuesday night, April 23, at The Ladies of the Royal Purple hold their regular meeting in the Tgfcs hall, Mondav, April 22, at 8 pjn. Members are reminded of the birthday banoruet at the Marquis hotel at attended by Miss wore a suit of aoua green wool corsage of Talisman roses. Mr. Glea MfPar- land attended the groom. A reception for the immediate relatives was held at the Marquis at Jive o'clock. Eider what; will become the gra- was duaring classes of the nest few ViYian._Gower_ who years. "Accommodation is completely outmoded as never Dr. Mc- Nally pointed out. "If lie money was available the educational pro- gram could be advanced 35 per cent to 40 cent almost overnight." "With no recreation facilities for, these graduating classes, and with Clark wearing a green dressmaker adutc education hardlv begun, to suit received the guests with the bridal couple. The bride's table -was centred by a two-tier -wedding cake and decorated with spring flowers. In the evening a wedding dance was held at the Carmaagay halL Por going away the bride wore a Mrs. Hoberison in dress of gold and green figured crepe and Mrs. green coat over her suit and black accessories. After a honeymoon. Calgary tiiey will reside on Sis grooai's farm west of town. She says( of the feach our vbuth. cut1 OCCASIONAL CHAIRS Lovely assortment of covers to Engagements Announced The engagement is announced of ,Vera Beatrice Bassett. daughter of C. A. Bassett aaS the late Mr. i Basset of Milk River, to Howard Alex Ford of Montreal, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Pore, of 'Milk Kiver. Weddings... ,A pretty wedding was solemnized at Orton recently when Bishop Lee jJSL Qrr united in marriEge Edith Mae, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. Dsrrieott of_Macleod, and Pie. Wil- iliam D. iierchmer of Chapman j Camp, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Herehmer of Chapman Camp. Given in marriase bv her father, the bride wore traditional white, fashioned of satin and net with veil entrain. Her bououet was pfoiir and white carnations. The bridesmaids were Miss Rita Couillard and Miss Save Derricott. The groomsman was John Derri- cott. brother of the bride. The wed- j ding music was played by Mrs. Javonne Orr and during the sign- ing 01 the register the Misses "VTerda sad WHma Cor sang. The wedding receDtioii was held at the home of Mrs. M. Dickie, aunt of the bride, at Macleod. Mr. and Mrs. left for Vancouver where they will spend their honeymoon. They will rhakp their home in. Chapman Camp. w A quiet wedding took place In St. Augustin's. Anglican Church re- cently when Jovce Mae, eldest .ushtsr .of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. T. Dudley, became the bride of "William Sydnev Trentham, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert. Trent- ham of Three Hills. Severead L. Grant performed the ceremony. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a sky-blue after- noon frock with matching acces- sories and a corsage of rosebuds. The matron of honor; Mrs. Ada Livingston" was attired, in an after- noon dress" of turquoise blue. Her corsage was white" carnations. Mr. Prancis K. Dudley, uncle of the bride, supported the groqm. "A reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. The bride's mother chose a dressmaker suit of brown wooL Beception at- tendant was Mrs. Stella. Williams. Mr. Budley proposed the toast to the bride, to which the groom re- suonded. During the evening Miss Gladvs Dudley sang two solos, ac- companied by. Mr. Martin .tiobert. Out-of-town guests included the j bride's aunt and uncle, Mr. aad' Mrs. Gordon Dudley of Barons. The couple will reside in the city for the present time. Double Engagement Announced diverted to educational McNaUy said. Royal Family Easter Party KCTH EIETHSIAK SUE Mr. and 3iJrs. E. E. Biethman of Hayraond announce the engage- ments of their daughters. 3uth, to Sir. Kenneta S. Hudson, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Soy Hudson of Lethbridge, and Sue, to Mr. Deaa C. Smith, youngest son of Mrs. Phoeae Spencer of Cardston. The double wedding will take place ia Baymoad, May 3rd. Herald Eagraving- Knitted In String Excessive Worry Sips the Renrm Worry busbeas c? household duties, sadden datressiig news, the foolish attempt to put a iraek of norms! 'ife into 24r hours aU put a strain on the nervous system it csmaoi Btaad. If you axe tired-listless, nervous and worried -why not grve Health arid Nerve Pills A chance to hSi> pat on yotnr feetscds? They arc a blood eariching and aerve tonic coctzjamg essential elements for blood sati the Eervoaa sjstesL. Help yourself back to by taking H. K. P33s. Price 50c a box, 55 pills, stall ch-cg ctmuters- loofi for ocr registered trade mark s. "Bed Heart" on the package. Ths T. IBSmra Co.. InnitJaJ. Toronto. Jane Megarry Chapter LO.D.E. RUMMAGE SALE Y.M.CA. p.m. SATURDAY, APRIL 27 Home-School Association Are Members of One Big Family OLDS April Dr. S. B. I Home and School across Canada j Laycock brought greetings from the is growing rapidly and programs j Canadian Federation, of which he I of definite practical value are pre- is president, he reminded the con-i seated to members, .education in! veniaon of the Alberta. Federation s- 5" nf nnri Assnristirms USES, Dr. j Bradley, and Caldwell were in charge of the party, with chaperons being Mr. and Mrs. "William Haynss and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fammig. Joe Naso was winner of the door sprize. i Club Sixteen was organized in Januarv. and its membership is limited'to sixteen girls. "WINDSOR. Berkshire, England, April for an Easter royal family house party at "Windsor" largest gathering there since arriving Thursday with gifts for Princess Elizabeth who -will be 20 on Sunday, Easter day. j All members of the royal family; now ia England will be present j with a number of young friends of the princess. Sunday morning the j party wiH attend a special service In the private chapel of the castle. 1 A family luncheon party wiH be j held and in the afternoon the bands of the Soya! Horse Guards and the Grenadier Guards will play on the lawns outside the royal drawing rooms. For the first time since the war began the pub- lic will be admitted to the grounds. Bunny Ball Has Easter Flavor CHANKROOK, B.C. (HNS) Club Sixteen, a group of 16 teen- age girls who are affiliated with the American Sub-Deb Associataon, met with much success in their ici- sponsored event, a Bunny Ball Homestead Red For Barns and Outbuildings Canada Paint Waflpaper Store Phone 2513 she toweU. Today sfee vssd FCR-AU. vformcrly CLor-all) whippesi througW the laondry with the Kelp of bteach. SKc FOR-ALL for sinks and bathtubs too to remove cjjly azui dmnfect. Her friends have told hot FOR-ALJL ts an excellent antiseptic to be as a gargle or to cuts aaj the Satwl on your FOR-AJLL bottle (formerly FAIRVIEW CHEMICAL COMPANY LTD. REGJNA SASK. F20 by Alice Brooks A beauty a blouse! Knit it in tlonble wonderfully. The back and front are Identical except lor the aeck edge. Enrich suits and separate skirts at low cost with chic knit blouse. Pattern 7207 has direction for sizes 112-14, 16-18; stitches. Send 20 cents to the Lethbrtege Herald, Pattern DepU for each pat- tern. Two time should be allowed for pattern to reach you. Use This Coupon. Print Your i Name and Address Plainly. To: The lethbriare Herald, Fattern DepU tethbridgc, of Home and School Associations here that they were members of a big family. Over 1300 Home and School locals stretch across Can- ada representing a membership of at least 60 thousand. He-organiza- tion and rejuvenation is necessary, though Britain carried on an through the war, moving iheir headquarters to a farm. Local Girl Wed, B.C. famflv living is increasiiig. Since the child's later attitude in family relationships will derive directly from his early impressions of his home, it is important that these be desirable influeaces. An appreciation of Dr. G. P. Mc- NaUr's contribution to the develop- ment of educational activities in PHONE 4456 gaafrantteii repairs io an makes of washers and small gas engines. Lethbridge Appliances 3K-8th St. S. Alf Calhoun Bruce Dnrfee Smart alwiv- PARADOL DR.CHASES Paradol FOR QUCK RELIEF or HEADACHE Otner Pans i'Kix, a cup of Fort Garry Coffee.'! Pattern 7207. Size Name Address Photo by Cross Eigravlng I A tjulet wedding took place re- i cently la St. Peter's Church, Sew' Westminster, when locine, young- j est daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Angela of this city, exchanged mar- riage vows with Joseph Prances, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Mayvosky of JCew Westminster. Miss Joyce Kerwin acted as bridesmaid while Mr. Max Alton was best man. J i Father Rogers officiated at the j I ceremony. j A wedding reception was held j AprU 10 for the young couple at! the Marquis hotel where over 50', guests were present. The bride's j table was centred with a three-tier wedding cake surrounded with smi- lax and pink sweet peas flanked by white candles and vases of pink and white carnations. A toast to toe bride was proposed by Mr. D. McKeown. The youug couple left on Saturday morning for Van- couver, where they will make their new home. BEAUTY IS YOURS FOR THE ASKING! AT THE CLASSIC BEAUTY SHOP TJpstafas MacFarlanfl 3355 MARGARET RAISBECK AGJfES HOEKSTR.4 JUNIOR IS NO ANGEL He is far.too healthy for that. .But he is a healthy, happy youngster, arid he is bright, as his school report cards testify. His health AND his happi- ness 'AND his brightness at school are helped by a sensible diet that includes plenty 'of Drinking Milk Won't Make Your Children Angelic It wSB keep them healthier more energy both for their play and their school work- If TOUT children are not drinking enough milk, start them sow. LIMITED PHONE 2576 LETHBRIDGE EWSPAPER NE WSP.APE.Rr ;