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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD MONDAY, APRIL MILADI I i and Mrs. V.'. S. Husseli. who also I had as their guests at the -Aeekend, 1 the formers crother, Mr. B. E. Russell, and Mrs. RusseUU of Cal- Phone 4040 PADDLE yOUK v turned to the city after having spea- the holiday weekend in Great irs great is lightly won. thmg wen is lost: good deed, noblT done, reosy the cost. "X CANOE Mr. and Mrs. SL H. Tompkins hac as therr weekend Mrs :as Jar-.ie. who has retimed to her home in Canary. Mass Mane was in the city from Banff for the Easter hplicay. ILea-.e ta'Hes-Ten in humble trust, fthe house of ?O. and Mrs. A3 T.o'.2 to do; :f jou succeed, you must Fscdie vour own caace. X. Bolter Personals Miss Hsiel O Mann, superinten- dent o: the Nursing Mission, is spending the Easter weekend Cajgarv, and remain there to ;ake sn active psrr :n the 2Sth an- conference Tieek of the Aiber- la and Welfare Coim- ci! in Calsarv. iiiss Mann 1x111 broeccas: ifoss. CFAC a: 330. Wed- nesday afternoon. Aprf 24. speak- ing on The Nursing ss a Welfare Centre." Mr. end Mrs. Sar! have re- Wedding Photographs A.E. CROSS SON THIRD ATEXKE SOUTH Another Shipment Of British India RUGS Size from to Arnold 10ss Mary Ifcce and Mas Cash left tocay ro spend a few cays visiting in Calgary. While there they s- Palhser hotel. Mrs. J. left Sunday eve- ning for Vancouver s-e nsit her daughter and Mr. and Mrs. E_ Shodat and also her son. Mr. James Terns, who is attending the fmversitv of Bntisn Columhia. Mrs. Kenneth Harvey and smsl! daughter Sharon, of GuH Lake. spens the weekend visiting in Mac- leod isnth Mis Harvevs mother. Mrs. L. Held. Among the guests at the Marcms hotel the Mr. and Mrs. A. Mieir of Medicine Hat. 1 to Mrs. J. C.. i Barkier who is leaving the shortly to reside in British Colum-' bia, Mrs. George Masson and Mrs. D. Campbell McYeaaV> section of St. Andrew's Ladies' Aid entertain- i ed at the latter s home The eient took the form of a handler- j chief shower. i I Mrs. rJ. Kirkpainck sr.d son. George, ief; the city rccent2y' for Rejiaa where sne met her hus- band jvho has rer-med from the United" Sta-es. Taey are visiting Mr. Kirkpatnck's parents there and 1 are expected to return to the citj aeit i Mr. and Mrs. S. R Bowe and' daughter and Mr. and Mrs. A. Carson were Lethondge visitors as the; weekend from Fersne. BC. Caotain and Mrs. H W. Brooks. I j nee Selma Gietz. ha-i e left, for Gosh- en. Indiana. The> were the recent guests here of Mr" and Mrs. R. Her Women AROUND THE WORLD Mrs. Truman and her Spanish I teacher took over the White House i kitchen Saturday :o prepare a" Juncheoa wuh a Latin American j flaior for the first ladv's Ctee her assistants was Mrs Les- ler Pearson, wife of the Canaoian 1 ambassador. Miss Carol Dimock and Bur- nette French left today for Cal- gary where they ml! spenc a short hoiiclav. guests at the home of Mr. Mrs. ST. Duggan. in the city frod Calgarr. Mr. and Mrs. W. the Easter weekend guesa of Mr. and Mrs. William Ciesjss. Xorman Bruni's-el! left Lethbridge a; tne for Victoria, B C. where he his aunc and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Brum- well. After spending the hohday vreek- enti m tne city, the guest of ner sister. Mrs M. 3 V-'ilkinson. Miss Mary Stewart, unll leave tcmzht to return to her home in Moose Jais-, Sasfr- Mr. S. H. o: the Bank of Montreal staff at spent Easter here visiting his sarens, Mr. and Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs J. K. Miller and the Misses and EUeen Miller of Calgary ha-.e been sn the j ci'y. Forrer residents. Mr. and Mrs. R. Paton and f asulv are, city visitors from Saskatoon, Sask.. While here thev are guests at the I Marquis. j Mr. and Mrs. Uojd V.'. SSurrav.' been visiting their parents. t Mr and Mrs. W. J. Murray. Leth- s br.cge. and Mr. and Mrs. J- P. Kerr. j Calgary, have returned to the Paci- i coast isrhere Mr. Murray has ae- i cepted a position as manager of a wholesale tobacco firm on Vancou- ver Island, i j Engagements Announced In a plea to members of d.o- I cese to "oecome awsstks of rcodesiy sa dress, Moss Rev. p.-unppe Des- ranleati. Roman Catholic of Sherbrooke. the fear that} 1946 stjles would not be better than but -aould continue to be "m- moral to the supreme i i A bumper crop'of Toronto June j brides is in the offing but mdica- j lions are that posr-war shortages j will the girl who sets up; housekeeping this summer in her httle dream that is, she has a cottage. Ready-Made Club Honors War Bride The Easter meetxeg ol the Beady- mace Women's Club iras held at the home of Mrs. F. Burtoa. Roll call -oras answered with an exchange of Easter cards. An invitation to attend a W.I. conference is CoalcUle on Juae 14 was received. During meeting it- was decictti to donate to the Cancer fluid. A jnouoa to send three from the ciub 10 meet" in.iii represent from Coaidaie to plan a schedule for nexi -aas passed. At the close of the ousmess meet- Ing Mrs. Fred Burton. Jr.. English bnc-e. wao has recently joined her husband in the Reacysisde district, presentee -a-th a gaily decor- ated Easter basket contasmcs shower gifts froai her new friends. The arograin was concluded a raffle oy Mrs J. Rider and a coctesi fov MJSS Ruth Reid and Mrs, Riiey. Lsrtch -svas then served by the hostess. Former Local Man Heads St. John Order For Alberta Suoerinteadent H. EterSicg. R.C., at the St. John Brigade MJP and formerJv of headquarters. Saturday night at Lethbndge was elected provincial Calgary. He succeeds Dr. George i presidert and conjaussioner cf the R. Johnson. Calgary, provincial coin- i Orde-- of St John Alberta Branch. nussjoaer for the past 10 years, who, I at the annual meeting cf the branch! at his oira request, was placed under {the reserve of officers. j Aid. G. Saiith. Calgary, -sras elect- 1 play bv Mr. Palmer of Resina; F. TV. j ed vice-president and assistant coni- I House." burn. B.C., and A. F-j nussioner; J, A. Mickersoa. Edmon- !Kev. I ton, was elected honorary treasurer. and B. C. Emmott, Edmonton. wa_ re-elected provincial cat's secretary. More than 70 delegates from znonton. Lethbridge and Calgary at tended the annual meeting, ore which Dr. Johnson presided. Wil- liam J. Bennett, commanding com- eiissior-er and director ol the John Ambulance lor Canada, at teoxSec; the meeting. Those attending from included Dr. C. it. Fletcher, president of St. John and E. Alford. also Mrs. J. cian Ritchie and Mrs. Henry bert of the St. John Ambulance 1 gade. te, DON'T LET NEIGHBORS GOSSIP BECAUSE YOUR CLOTHES LOOK MEDIC1XS (HXSl Tne j engagement is announced of Hrances Cons'aace. caughter of Mr. and Mrs T. A. Snuth. to Francis Ber- nard Shannon, son of Mr. and Mrs j 1 Jack Snannon, all of this city. The A _ T StrecdinE is to take place in A H PVP 1 church on June 10. LI VI LltJb 1 J-Cl C Today's Reflection Of course %ou are fed up with the wind. Who isn't? Bven Cal-1 gary folk are admitting thar the wind has been blowing up there j whicn is quite an admission for j them. The coast people are fed' up uith the rain and their admit-! ting mat is also something un- j usuaL Days of feeling "fed uo" j come into the lues of everyone arsd the surest way to gei nd of them 1 is to switch your thoughts to a; theme other than the one which J is giving up that, unpleasant feel- i ins. People who grouch are never! popular for long for i sure- There is always someone who J has more troubles than you have 1 so you can't even lay claim to be- ing" outstanding in" that respect, j There are so many lovely things in fois world to think waste your thoughts on cUsagree-! able j meeting at the home of Mrs. Gil- more. 501 Kinth avenue south, on Tuesday at 3 p_m. Mrs. Risler-s and Mrs. McCready's section of St, Augtisnn's WA. will mees with Mrs. Mmty at 1266 Eighth avenue south, on Tuesday at 3 The Ladies' Auxiliary of Gait Hospital will meet; Tuesday. Apnl 23. at 3 AWARDS OTTAWA. April son Davies of Petercorough. won first prize of S100 in the Ottawa Drama League eighth an- nual -Dlaj-wnting contest The prize j was donated by H. S. Southam. pub- Usher of the Ottswa Citizen. George A. Palmer of Hegma took second award of S25 with Ins play, "The Chameleon." Special mention went to a second We take pleasure in announcing that Miss Mar jorie Feeley has rejoined our staff Where she vn.ll foe pleas- d to welcome all former clients. Phone 3494 for appointment Tufteland's Beauty Studio Capitol Theatre Building Mrs. Henry Shooben; !s a visitor at Calgarv fnts week owng to the or her father. Mr. C- West- ley, who is a panes; in the Belcher hospital there. Mr. sad Mrs. Benjamin Husseil of Zdmontoti. were weekend visitors in the city, guests oz rhe Marquis hotel. Among weekend visitors s.z Cal- gary from Lethbridge to attend the hockey game there Saturday raght were Messrs. Pnuiip Sob- ers McNallv and Hush Buchanan. Mrs. D- C. KUes and daughter. Barbara, iefs the city as the week- end to visi; in Calgary and "Wetaski- win during EasterVeefc. Miss Margaret MacKinnon re- turned to her home in Segma on Sunday evening, after spending the past ten. days in the city with Sir. I Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Porter. Pmcher j Creek, announce the enasemen; of i their daughter. Lilian i Curly) to Mr. Glen 'Christiansen of Caigary. The wedcmg will take place in July. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Heward of j Granum announce the engagement their caushter. Dorothv. to Mr. jRov L. Millar, son of Mr. and Mrs H. i C. "iSlar of Letfcbnage. The j ding will take place in the near fu- 1 mre. Homestead Red For Barns and Outbuildings Canada Paint Wallpaper Store Phone 2513 MEDICIS3 Mr. and Mrs. Robert "Vfutzke announce the ensaeerneni; of tiieL: daughter. Mary, to William Walter Gargetx. son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward all of Medicine Hat. The weddina is to lake tilace on June 5. o Weddings Saturday afternoon, Anril 20, the wedding of Melba, daughter of Mr. Mrs. James Hansen of Taber to Mr. Tagi Birck of Vaushall took place Quietly a: me residence of i Bishop P. Sfeele of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Head of Vatix- hali were the attendants. Miss Hansen inas been a member of the teaching staff at Lomond, aad Mr. Bircs is a native of Holland who has been living in Canada for some tine. MEDICISS The marriage is announced of youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Gearing of Meoicme Hat. and T S J. Oster. R C.N.. son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Osier, also of tins The wedding took place m. Victoria, B C., on Apnl 13. The Pass Matrons club of Laurel chapter No. 43. O-SL3., "snll hold, thear monthly meeting on Tuesday evening at 7.30 at the home of Sister M. MoSatt. 1817 Fnth ave- nue A north. Members please note change of time and place. i Lsdies of the Country Club are j starting their weekly competitions for the 1946 season Tuesdav. Aanl j 23. at Z o'clock. Ladies wishing transportation are asked to phone 3793 or 3530. Mrs Crewe's and Mrs. Cook's sec- tion of St. Augustan's WJV-, will be WHY OOtSM'T SOHC9QDY TflL A9OU7 SUNLIGHT SHE CAN'T 5KM TO Ml WKT OUT OF HEMS AND EDGES HUSBAND'S SHIRT COLLARS AND CUFFS NEVER LOOK WHITE Itchiig, Bmiiig, Stinging Eczema or Silt Rheum Do YOU suffer from Today's Needlework weanm AI MA; If fenale fesaioaal oontHy distetaaces tinri, snch tcnes try t2b1e Cocipouzid nnJehrrn's Ccsnpocad 15 a alcnxt vHnrrt- one of the zxst cJfearve sxsiaaes soa caa tcjr to sach Many Woimen Depend On If IFooncr health and Dr. Chase's Xerre Food. This is because woinea of all ages have learned to depend on Dr. Chase's Xerve Food -to helo them, over the trying tunes of their lives. The maiden womanhood, the young mother before and after childbirth, the older woman experiencing the change of find Dr. Chile's Nerve Food just what they need to enrich the blood and build up nervous energy and to help them through these trying times with least disturbance. 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