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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 25, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT MI THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD THURSDAY, APRIL 25, W4B r> Bride Today's Reflection Honored At Shower Phone 40 iO THE HAM) CLASF Tis ibe humsn touch la this vrerld that of vosr base arc: SSsi :ieans far more to the f suit- TrSI Melter j she'ier is gotte when the Eight- wscch of of the voice j o- is. tie aiwsy- AEOC. Personals Miss A- M. TiHey, ferrser- iv of is vJsgpg the Ctet., sue is the guess oi the. Misses S. ana L. Mrs. T. leaving the city shortly rail ner husbauc to reside Victoria, tns Matron's club of-Laurel Chap- ter O.BJS.. entertained Tuesday eve- ning as the hose of Mrs. M. Hoffat following their regular saeeiung. and refreshments urere en- jo-rec and the honor guest was pre- sented with a gift. are in Bdnzonton where the latter; attending the Ei-Y conference.! Mr. and Mrs. John Livingstone.! Jr.. have as their guest during: Easter weei. their niece. Miss: Yvcsae Ijeveque of Medicine Ha- i Dens-d Jarciine of Pincher Creei has been visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. at Red Deer. Phyllis C.WJLC, who "renirr.ec from overseas aboard" the Aq'Jitar-ia. is spending her leave with her mother. Mrs. it. Tilley at Henderson Park. Mr. snd Mrs. EL. K. have to the after spending three vacation, at. Victoria and Vancouver. Mr. and Mrs. A_ Sinclair have as their house guest Mrs. J. E. Welsh cf Medicine Hat. wr.o arrived at the weekend to spend the Saster holidays in the city.- The Istter's husband. Pit- It. Walsh, who ar- rived in Cansds aboard the lie de France, is expected in the city in the near future. ing to" a sage vestercav who has so j cociplished it." he -the secret is 5 to enjov ihe little things of lifej day and SOT to WOKR.Y. i "That never helps anything." he] said, but was h-jresn enough to add at there are times when one just j in't help it. Worry a little and t vou will soon worry a lot and be- i fore vou know it. the habit is Ther- your thoughts begin to show oa your face and year diges-; tion gets upset and you worry some more. Sounds like vicious I circle and the way to stay clear o' i i' is to do the best yoa can each. dav but be sure it IS your best. Tjiai is a much better habit to' form than the "worry" one. Give 1 -a-orry the air and make yourself" and "everyone else happier and yoa you "wiU feel it" Must uy J- r 'oerly Joyce Davies hampton. Engianc, who Magrath a short recently honored at a home of Mr ana P. MiHer. _The ek rrec to Pit. K. in England, wore her gown of white floral satin wiih a corsage of pink carnations, airs. t. r. Miller uaswd in the swests, who numbered over 1 Mrs. Leishnian anc Mrs Max Barker arrasgec_ the while Mrs. Edna Mae aazns charge of the guest boos. MacFarland Fourth Ave. South The Store for Boys and Girls Those not wishing canning may use the extra coupons 10 purchase jams, jellies, cannec nL3.dc cujsr or syrup, com syrup or sugar to supplement the regular ration. s 3. T. Eeardon. of Calgary, t Is fisitiag in the city trith her ssier. Mrs. H. W. Welch, it. "Welch art'6 son. Mr. JacS: Welch, PORTRAIT FRAMES IN ALL SIZES Sparkling- crystal and hand carved wood, metal, silver- A. E. Cross Son THIRD AVJLNUE S. A Shipment of MIRRORS JUST RECEIVED Mr, and Mrs. Percy PaHJn of Lethbridge, were recent visitors at. Hed Beer where thev were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Pallin. Mr. and Mrs. William P. David- son left Thursdav morning by car for Spokane. Wash., where they will spend a few days at the Davenport hotel. Miss Marsaret Sewart of Tsber, is visiting "her parents, Mr. and Mis. K. Stewart EI Red Deer. Ten Pounds Sugar Alloted To Canning i Owing to a world-wide shortage of sugar. Canadian housewives' ai- j lotment of sugar for canning this year is ten pounds per person, the same as last Year. Instead of special canning sugar coupons, ten additional green "S" coupons are being made valid for purchase of O" Mav 2nd coupons "SS" tc' s "S12" inclusive become valid and j I on Julv 4 coupons -517" to "321" I inclusive become valid, each cou- pon being good for the purchase of; one pound of sugar. These ten "S" coupons for can- j ning sugar are in addition to the: "S" couoons which become vah'd: each month for the purchase of sugar and preserves. These cou-! pans need no: be used immediately thev become valid as ample notice will be eiven of their expiry date. Coutons up to "Si" are now George B. Davies, Jr, Jack Pum- enos. Jerrv Armstrong and George Watsoa of Lethbricge, accomparued bv Prank Duncaeson of Cpleman, j formerly of this city, left by cars Thursdav morning to attend Tile proviGcial E3-T conference being id in Edmoatoa. DOCTORS PROVE 2 oat of 3-nomen cut hare in M tested Plan on 1285 -woasn. In sdditsoa, 1411 Cznz- ihe Pslmolrrs Plan ia tbck own hosaes. Two out of three of mil those -wosaea rtport-d aiaiziag skin nnprovcncsts ia 14 proof Palzaolive can bring i new complexion lorcli- nea to you too! HIRFS Alt YOU DO! Wash yo-ir face thrre riinss a. day wtfa Pilinolivs Soap asd, tost, i fics-clodi cizssige PalcioliTe's beauofr- iag'hdisr into yccr on cans 60 scttteis; If jovi skia a cxtia-sensitJTc, use just yocr finger- tips to nizssigc ia piirscnvs's lovely soft Thea case fol- bj GJJ-. That'j ail: PALMOUVE giires yoa tbese compJerics LESS OOINESS Br. P. M. Campbell, Mia Jean Camobell and rte-. J. ,S. Stewart moioreti to (.sugary, today, Thurs- j cav, and will be returning to the I citv Priday. "While in that city Or. Cajnpben wlU address the His- torical Society of the Associate Cltaic. Mrs. S. THston-Joaes of Pictpre Suite is visiting ia the city owing to the iTirigss of her husband who is patient in Gslt hospital where he is rsportecl to be progressiEg satisfactorily. Weddings... ___ _ HTLLSPRIKG. A wedding took; nlacs ia jaiUspring, ThnrsdaT, Apsii 18, when Miss Loriene Nelson, daughter of Mr. and Mis. Nelson became the bride of Prank Ksher, son of Mr. anfi Mrs. F. P- Hsher. The cere- monv was periornied by Pres. E. J. Wood, in the Cardston temple. The bride wore .a .floor-length, gown of white satin ana carried a bououet of red roses. She was at- tended bv Edythe gteber and Mary Ifelson. The groom was supported bv Mr. J. T.tng Weeding music was played by Mrs. Betty Peterson. A 'reception was held in the church, assembly hail with 175 guests artendins. The bride's mother received the guests while Mr. N. ?5sher, brother of the groom, acted as master of ceremonies. Toast to the bride was proposed by the bride's uncle, Mr. Ivan Nelson. air. and Mrs. Fisher will make their home in HSlspring. Saturday evening. April 20, an Easter wedding' was solemnized in St. John's Presbyterian church. Medicine Kat, when Amy Laura Agnes, onlv daughter of Mrs. Nairn Beinhardt'of Medicine Hat and the late Mr. Albert Reinhardt, became the bride of Herbert Thomas Ear- grave, second son of Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Hargrave of Walsh. Kev. Sobert Taylor conducted the ceremony. Miss Adele Harare sang accompanied by Mrs. P. No- vak, who also played the weciaing music, Given In marriage by her brother, Mr. Edward Reinharcit. the brice wore a. gown of white velvet. Her fingertip of white embroidered net was held to her head by a Juliet cap of white velvet. She carried a white velvet prayer book with a cascade of gardenias and white heather. Miss MHured McLeod was maW of honor. The bridesmaids were Miss Ijoma Murray and Miss Nor- zna Blair. Mr. John Hargrave, brother of the groom, was grooms- man, and the ushers were Messrs. Gordon Sissons. Douglas Bell. ald Hargrave and Dies: Hargrave. Following the ceremony, a recep- _____ rif o FINER FEWER TEXTURE BLEMISHES price's mother where' Mrs. Rein- hardt and Mrs. T. A. Hargrave received with the bride and groom. Toasts were proposed by Mr. Harry Hargrave. brother of the groom, and by Rev. Robt, Taylor, with responses by the groom, air. and Mrs. Hargrave left for a honeymoon in Vancouver. j (HNS) M5ss Mar- j garet Morris and Mr. Guenina j D'Andrea were joined in wedloci Easter Monday morning in the Ro- I man Catholic church here "Klin 1 Rev. Father Cneevers officiating, i The bride wore a long white j sheer gown, and floor-length veil and carried roses. Miss Nancy Gigliota was bridesmaid and Mr. WiHiaia Morris supported the Fcllowlns reception In the King Edward hotel in the afternoon. Mr. asd Mis. D'Anarea trip to Nelson. left on a IKS DRYNESS Activities Here Members of the Free Lancers' Club are Tejntacecl of the meeting beissr held at the hotne of Mrs. S. X Tre-w oa Friday afternoon at A meeting of the Catholic Wom- en's league Trill be held on Friday night at 8 o'clock in St. Patrick's sclsoot There -will be a nrasmajze ssle at Southminster church hail. Satur- day, April 27, at p.m. Nearly 200 London children left Thursday on the first lap of a trip to Switzerland for a six months' holidav sponsored by the Swiss Cross. Jane Megarry Chapter I.O.D.E. RUMMAGE SALE Y.MCA. p.m. SATURDAY, APRIL 27 314 Sixth Street S. Brown Calf There's snoclhness in aitractive bro'wn cslfskin, and siraplicltr too. f.MWOH 11.00 THE MOST WA1KEO ASOJJT. SHOES More becsftiful ffton ever; i j in For JUVENILES BOYS STUDENTS New shipments of smartly tail- ored suits include complete size ranges for Juvenile, boys and students; single or doable breast- ed models in Donegal tweeds, cheviot tweeds, pin stripe wor- steds. to to to BOYS' SCHOOL PANTS Sturdy pants for every Say wear. Brown or grey check tweed, cuff bot- toms, belt loops. All Atl BOYS' DRESS PANTS Ksw tweed pants for dress wear. Donegals and fawn or herringbones. Sizes 6 to 16 years to SCAMPERS and OXFORDS All sizes now In play or dress shoes for summer wear. High grade quality in. good fitting last. to JUVENILE WINDBREAKERS Boys Loafer Jackets Smart new sports jackets with tan or brown fronts. Check tweed sleeve and trim. Sizes 8 to 18. Two-tone sharkskin and gabardine Jackets for small boys. 3 to 8 years............... .UIK AWA CORDUROY OVERALLS Bright colcrf corduroys, the popular bib style red, royal, to green, brown J, Young Men's Toppers The fashionable topper coat of sand tone gabardine, tailored -with raglan shoulder, fly front and box back. Sizes 32 to 38. SQUALL JACKETS The boys like these no-buttons, no-zipper, plenty of freedom for all sports wear. Satin or rayoa with knitted crewe neck and band. Sizes 34 to 20 Itml.QQ So ecjyjo apply end cuidc to dry, Oizobeth Ardsn's tnaks-up sfcys on the legs end oft fhe cJothes. Woter-resistanf. Clings, until deliberately woshed away, a Wemish- ccncecHrig sheer textured beguty that trims thft ankle siims the leg. Be sure to wear teg film with bathing suits or shorts, it mokes your legs look sun-burnished far more lovely. SIEEK ftt fresrmnf holr totln A. M. SUTHERLAND DRUG CO. MABQUIS HOTEL MISSES' SPRING COATS only sprint: coats, sizes 12% 14x. Tireeds or wool crepes. Former tas. 51255 to Sale G.W.G. SLACKS perfectly tailored sports slacks of line blacS: mercerised twill. Waist sizes 24 to 30............................ Girls' Pyjamas s of stripe Tailored pyjamas of striped broadcloth. Sizes 8, 10 and 12 years Campus Loafers Clearing a small balance of the popular loafer shoes for grow- ing girls. Sizes 5 to SUMMER SPORT CASUALS See Them NOW! The new slack suits are here in a glamor- ous selection of sport styles developed in fine Alpine weaves in a complete choice of fashionable colors. You will find Juniors' slack suits perfect for relaxing or sports Sizes 12 to 18. to Ankle Sox Children's, selection. Pair.................... Cambric Slips slips with ruffled trim- sizes 6 to 14 25c 79c Coat Sweaters Small coat sweaters, sizes 2, 4 and 6 years. Colors: Blue, yellow, red Girls' Briefs Kne knitted briefs for summer wear, Elastic band sizes 6 to 12 years DUG NEWSPAPER I ;