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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEDNESDAY, APRIL MILADI Crowd Enjoys Large Crowd Attends Eaton's Birthday Dance B. of R.T. Easter Ball I Phone 4040 Special and appropriate. cecprsrioES made an attractive background for the Brotherhooc of j jXailwsr Trainmen annual Sssterj which, was neid in the Trianon 375 tsresentT M-JSIC was provided bv the " Albertars orcnestra anc; members of the organiza-: ___ TO FEED THY Boese of Femie, Mrs. F. or aortal goods art Personals... C. Dsy have) f-css. tie guests returned to the ctv after sde-cirg j Mrs. aEd Mrs. P. Telley sere fcoJiaay %eek-erx. in Macleoc j hostesses. [guests at the home cf the latter's Mr. snc Mrs Free. Decidedly fetter! REDRHE COFFEE "is good coffee As good as RED ROSE TEA Say Big Wigs Get Best Food Its. J. C. Nielsen returned to the Kusse-I. Jr.. of citv Tuesday frora Kaiapes, Mont., where see tras Mrs. S. Fisher and Mrs. P. For- j Ec Mrs. :sve- jhwr; -a ere recer.t the city during uie faster vsca- j he guests of Mr. tion. Mr. and Mrs. S. C. H. Hsms have Tuesday evening Elton's 17th Birthday Dance held In tiie Marquis hotel with sp- 250 guests arui member? of the staff a-sncans." A spring motif was earned out in the deco-suons. Mr. and Mrs. S. C. H. Qavis actec as hos- hostess with Mr. Bernard Simmons as mas-er of ceremonies. Spot dances, elimination dances and several other rsnelty numbers en- during the events, highlighted by refresh- midnight, under the convenership o? Mrs. W. Rea. Mr. A. Eclc. Miss Nellie Walker and Mis Georgina Drowley convened the dance. In the forefrent of the above picture is the store Mr. E. C. H. Davss, and his dance partner. oa Taesdsv froni m src Mrs. J. M. ined at their hone on Monday s befcre attending the o. length gown of white net jwith lace Portraits of Family Groups A.E. CROSS SON THIRD AVENTE SOCTH Mr. and Mrs. S A. and Mrs. Mehlen will reside a grey taiiorea accessone and teaaat returned er 1 OdaV S a- She was ladies' Atmliary to the Women AROUND THE WORLD LONDON, April housewives complain that official hospitality to oversees visitors gives an inaccurate impression of food conditions in Britain. get a shock if they had to live on ratiora as we said Mis. Smily Hill, a restaurant waitress, widow- j ee by the war and the mother of four children. 1 "These big wigs from, the United States aad the dominions spend i most of their time being entertain- ed and live in west end hotels. Then thev go home aad say condl- in Britain are better than they had expected." SEEK ADHERENCE OF AZERBAIJAN TEHRAN, April Ahmed Qaram announced he bad sent an emissarv to Azerbaijan to invite representatives cf that self- oroclaimec autonomous government J to discussions in Tehran on the province to central gov- emment control. A; tS.e same time. Propaganda Minister Prince" Mozsffar Pirouz said the army "rapidly" was qiatting Azerbaijan as well as odier parts of Iran. But foreign observers said there no reports here that Soviet actually "Sfere leaving the province. FEMALE PAIN ThM tiy Ito MttM> Lvdia E- Piniham's Vegetable Cost- pousd DOES MORE reheve CKHithly pain whea due to functKmal poiodic disturbances. It also rriievea accompenying treak. tired, nervous, jittery such nature, Pmkham's Compound is one of tbs best known and most eSective ciaesof itskiod! and Mrs. Tennsnt. Miss Tennant of Calgary, also i span; Saster with her parents. OS. will hold their regular meet- j sister? Mrs. Gower as_r. J2 jig F.OJ2. club rooms j tron of honor. Mr. Lome _ _ _ _ __ Thursdsv -anriTsJ at 8 Xomi- secy, of Calgary, supported his j nation of officers will take Dlace. brother. had five years over- ci Merabers rjlease attend Hostesses seas service during the wsr. and Mrs. 17. Young and two: Sisters "E. and M. Deijnark. BABY BATHINETTES YOUTH BEDS Complete with i ______ children "arrived" in the city. --om Bimonton at the week-end to i visit Mrs. Young's parents, Mr., t and Mrs. D. J. Miss Marion 51ock is _ expected Sr. Acgustin's choir at tte home of Mrs. Smith his j several people In this city and cistric; have fine collections of In- Idian relics and others have art ob- Members of the -Women's Auxiliary Air Fferce HJLP. station ar, Suislip, Middlesex, have been forbidden to -UH Marleae." the German heanng of German prisoners of war for fear it. might lead to fraterniza- tion. on Thursday, April 25. Members of Faith Bebekah to arrive in the city tocay from, yo_ 93 rjornmion Rebekah I--ocga 1 Empress to -visit her parent, Mr. j 41 asked to please note that and Mrs. E. J. K j the oostaoned installstKin of Sister M. Campbell as district; deputy pres- j _VL, i Mrs. J. S. Thompson and. fier Of District Xo. 17 will be held Miss Audrey Thompson, xhursdav, April 25. at the reg-olar ihave returned M> the city after rugenng'of Dominion Xo. 41. o' Mr. and Mrs. S. Thompson. there they the in St. Barnabas church o' Mrs. Thompson's nephew. Barr We take pleasure in announcing that Miss Mar jorie Seely has rejoined our staff Wtere she will be pleas- ed to welcome all former clients. Phone 3494 for appointment Tufteland's Beauty Studio. Capitol Theatre BuHdiag George little, infant son o: Mr. ana Mrs. F. G. Mrs. S. D. Peacock and Mrs. W. T. Bogers left Monday by plane for Phuacelphia where they will visit the former's daughter anc. Kjn-ia-law, Mr. Mrs, Charles Noble. m Mr and itrs- J. "Warr left Tues- day for Vancouver where- they win make their future home. Vlslrors at ths home_ of Mrs. B. A. Haby for the Easter holiday were Terry, of "Calgary, Mrs. J. B. ting f The reeular meeting of Domin- ion Rebeksh JJodge No. 41 will be held in the I.O.O-F. hall at 8 o'clock Thursday evening, April 25. The cesree will be conferred by tee snecial degree team. 'Visiting 3e- IjeSahs will be welcome. Auxiliary to Sr. Michael's hosnital will aieei; Tharsdav eve- ning at 8 o'clock in the Bed Cross roojcs. 9 Auxiliary to ths Cana- dian will hold a spscial meeting tonight. Wednesday, in the legion hall at 8 o'clock. All mem- bers are asked to attend. The Isdy members of Sr. Andrew's church choir are reminded of the special practice on Thursday eve- rung at th" wedding daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wooc, Taber. to Mr. D. Bruce Bul- lock, son of Mrs. Bra Bullock. Ta- lace as the Albert Temple. Cardston, Wednesday, of ivory safe, cut on princess lines, and a floor-length Y.M.CA. SO-ED FLASH! ROLLER SKATING WED., TONIGHT 8 P.M. DANCING 10 TO 12 at 'The Barn" MAX BATEMAN'S MUSIC were worn, by the bride, carried a shower ootquet of 3 Bate. McMullia Sae building than the civic center? Just one more thing for the com- mittee to think about; some- hodv doesn't abojt it ber." rook place as the_ there is good indication tnat sister. Princess_ilargaret Hose. 10- her sister's matron of honor and another sister. Miss Betty, was bridesmaid. Reed Bullock attendee Ins brother. -Wednesday evening a re some of the art treasures here are going to be lost to another prov- ince and what a pity thai would be! There are much smaller centres in the Dominion than Lethbridge that [have splendid museums and there should most; certainlv be one estab- lished ftCTS "Quality In Every Drop" Is what you get with all Canada Paint Products at Canada Paint Wallpaper Store Phone 2513 atspfeciste. Princess Suzabeth, heiress pre- sumptive to the throne, and her dav visited the Bertram Mills Circus, ccompanied bv two Guards om- TTeccescay evenaig a rpceptiuii. "a1 buffet supper was served, SaVC Children Fund with Mr. Ivan. Harris giving the toasj to the bride. A musical pro- gram was enjoyed. Out-of-town guests IncludeGt Mr. and Mrs. 3. Matins. Magrata: laTgit Airs M- Tuftsland and Mr. T. Browc, Mr. and Mrs. I I-ethbridge "LOJ33L chapters are aH working assiduously for the Save the Children Pond making The Young "Women's Auxiliary of St. Andrew's church will meet m the schoolroom this "scednescay eve- ning at 8 o'clock sharp. Hostesses will be Mrs. G. Soreere and Miss Jean Sviands. The Ladies' Aid of the Central i Church of Chnst srs holding a tea and pantry sale in the Gas Com- pany auditorium tomorrow. Thurs- day afternoon, beginning at Dean Wrrcer. Mrs. Glen otber- tbe Misses Iris and Bveiyn 'ood of Eiilsprrag. The bridal for Banrf will reside in Edmonton, i university, i afghans and children's This work: is part of their project in affiliation with across the Do- Children Fund activities in 3n- Local chapter members ars T-I Knos church manse. ton. en Good Snday, Miss Doris Anderson, daughter of Mrs. 3. An- LETHBRIDGE RIFLE AND REVOLVER CLUB DANCE AT THE Y.M.C.A. April 26 8 P.M. and Guests SLOT per conple ORCHESTRA, SIVG-SOKG, KEFKESH3IEXTS Complimentary! ONCE OVER DOES IT! A. Keiren of At St Augustin's Anglican cnnrch "Wedcesdav afternoon, March 27, Helea Kita, voungest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Ztourchys. became the bride of Leslie Charles Coyle, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Coyle, all of Lethbndge. Rev. L. L. Grant officiated. sefrfcs wool making bv the Saskatoon Little Theatre Club. A review of the event ap- uesrnig in the uaper there saio. ia part- -The play has wide ap- peal because everyone likes to watca a beautiful actress in oeau- clothes behaving the ws_> o" -ears she publicity, she is susceptible to flattery, she is gay and wirr ana wild. Mae F. Kfl- IBTT. as Julie Lamberr, Tji6 actress, is ail of these things. She has an escellen- stage presence and comi- nated. as she should, every scene in which she appeared. She nan- died the role, a long and exacting one, with assurance and grace.' Had Another Bad Night? Gouldn'tYouGetAnyRest? To those -who tox, night after fiight, on rieeplew beds.' To those who sleep in kina of tray, but trfaoee rest is broken by bad dreuns and nightmare. To those who wake tip in the morning as tired as when they went to bed, ice offer in Mflfauni's Health aad "Verve KHs a tonic remedy to help soothe and strengthea i------- When this is done there should be no more restitte Difhti to mi dreams and nightmares- Price 50c a bos, 65 pIHs, at drag counters. Look for our registered trade mark a "Red Heartr on tbe Tbe T. imbnra Co., Xiaited. Toronto, Ost service materials into things for ths using up the materials on j i purchnsing new through j a government cjnota system arrang- ed for This purpose. j Clothing made hers is shipped to LOJXB. fceadqitarters at Sdmcntonj and from there it goes through j channels to Europe where it is dis- tributed by the workers. Former Local Lady Has Role In Play Mrs. Mae F. vmiam, fonnerly I _ of Lethbridge, now of Saskatoon, i The bride. ay i recently took a prominent role in a stage play presented her father, wore z. floor -length sown of satin with -velvet iapplioue. Her long embroidered veil was caught to a sweetheart ,aalo edged with white violets. She earned an ann bouquet of reel roses and caiia niies. The bride's attendants were Miss Base Semko. Little Joyce Golia, niece of the bnde, acted as flower girl. Hobert Coyle and Andrew Andreaschut attended the groom, while George Slemko and Andrew Coyle ushered the guests. Kev. Vic- tor E. Smith presided at the or- gan curing the signing of the regis- ter. PoHowing- the ceremony a recep- tion and dance were held at tne ilarquis hotel, where the bride's mother and the groom's mother re- ceived with the bndal party. The tier wedding..hcyd rcbestq m -cp. bride's table was centred ny a three- tier wedding cake. A toast to the bnde was proposed by L. L. Grant, with tha groorn responding. GOLDEN WEDDING WOOLCRAFT 410a FIFTH STREET S. Clearance of Costume Jewelery. Stock includes Earrings, Necklaces and Lapel fins 25% OFF We bare jnst receivta shipment of Cnrrie and Sp'der Loom in summer shades. .Hand woten mohair and wool, CA sak, Jersey. VOGCE BELTS. The TCTT best in leather New arrivals in smart styles and an shades. Prom SUMMER SCARVES, in hand-woven pastel shades. From KNITTING NEEDLES. Aluminum unbreakable, in pairs r and sets of fours........................................... faOC Tattfny shuttles HOT IKON TRANSFERS, all the latest numbers..................................... To onr ont-of-town cnstomers we wish to extend an invitation to write ns for orders of baby wools. We are receiving: good ship- ments of baby wools and will accept mail orders. Please allow 30 cents or, pins postage. No C.O-D. orders. Beehive SUver Twist, Monarch unshrinkable. White. Fink, Bine. Monarch baby books, sold only with orders of TrooL Pioneers of southern Alberta, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wesley of New DaytoE, celebrated their golden wedding anniversary on April 8 MILS RIVER. (HNSj The _ marriage of Miss Olive Winnifrec with five generations of the family Fraser. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.! present for the occas-.on. W. R. Fraser of Trenton, Nova j_ Mr. "Wesley. _ 74. was bom at Scotia to Thomas Orval Huribun. I rwiesbarougii, uicT- son of Mr. and Mrs. O. J, ried in 1S36 to Miss Larna of Msik Kiver took place at the j of New Boston. El. ne and Mis. home of the groom's parents, "Wesley resided at New Boston un- A PROUD NAME to live tip to-but Baker's Cocoa meets with ease the high standards of quality and reliability that have made Baker's Chocolate famous for generations. Tan- ng anc a seqiun cap sequin with shoulcer moved to New Dayton. veil" She carried pink car-) Their six children include Frank. nations. The groom's sister. Miss George and Paol of Wrer.tham, I Kathrva Hurlburt. was bridesmaid. Mrs. Gladys Nottingham, Warner, I The was Mr. Kenneth Mis. Margaret Grayson, Calgary, By Minimizes two-psecer occasion, Pauem j Pattern 4505 come.- in sizes 34. i 36. 38, 40, 42, 44. 46. Size 35 takes 31- yards 39-inch fa one. color satisfying, deep-chocolatey flavor all the characteristics of cocoa at its superb Cocoa. For smoother texture truer Savor... rase Baker's in all recipes calling for cocoa. And for new drinking pleasure, fol- low the instructions on the Baker's Cocoa pack- s'j age. It's thrifty, too, because it's all pure cocoa. Tin to 90 serving from the 1-lb. oackace. CHOCOUTE GIRL Later the couple left for a honey- I which was gay with flowers .table was centred with a three-tier- WISf MOTHER! SHI'S GIVING MICHILE to. early lesson ia "helping out" Michele's reward will be a big bowl of Kellogg's Cora Hakes! "Muannie gives me Kellogg's because she knows Tlike says Michele. Yes, and surveys year after year show that 4 out of S housewives TOte Kfellogg's first for flavour! Kellogg's Corn Hikes save time... save work save fueL They're easy to digest. Cost less tfata It a serving. And they are always FRESH Get some yoar grocer's tomorrow. Two convenient sizes. Made by Kellogg's in loadon, Canada. ANY MEAL...FOR ANY TIME OF DAY Send 20 cents to the Lethbridge Peare River Pattern Dept., for each pat-' tern. Two weeks' time should be allowed for pattern to reach you. Use This Coupon. Print Your j Name and Address Plainly. i and Mrs. Chester Odegard ol Car- martsay. to Thomas, third son of and Mrs. Andrew Robinson of Etzi- arranged for later in the evening i rr and Mr Kenneth Eurlburt of at Wrentham hall for more Than 1 500 ruests. Mr. and Mrs Ciiarles j Wesley lea the grand march follow- i ed bv members of the family witn! Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Mehlen of Iron Springs, which was solemnized at To: The Lethbridse Herald, Pattern Dept_ Lethbridse. Alta. Pattern 4506. Size..... Southminster United Church. Mon- ffsme.............................. daj. Apnl 8th, at 3 pjn. Rev. H. j Miitchmor officiating. Mdress...........................' The bnde entered the church on t the arm of her father, who gave her in marriage. She chcse a floor- served at the hall had beea maae by Mrs. Paul Wesley. The mother of the golden wed- ding bride, Mrs, Alice Fuller, 84, attended the dinner and dance. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley retired from farming a few years ago and both are enjoying good health. They spend their summers at their cot- tage In "Watcnon National Park. Baker's Cocoa is z good scarce of food energy and an enticing fbna in which to give children milk. Por afternoon pick-ups, hot or in cool mrfk shakes with Sundzy night supper snacks -w-ta cookies or sandwiches fot party refreshments you cam serve Baker's Cocoa often. KSS1K3 BAKERS A tniatt of Gt-MTdl Taoit COCOA ;