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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 26, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 1 MILADI IXPOKTAXT NOTICE: To Be Wed in Albert a Temple Phone 4040 k Monday to attend the O exercises, and her sister. 1 oel Hoyt, vili leave Wednesday, j .n Vi! APKIL SHOWERS -G> -j i Mrs. A. C. has srrv.ed in tie city from Calgary -o ;jm her husband anc uo resicence at All the colors of the flowers MiEgle ia the air again. As April, Jjbxough enchanted boars. Turns siher skioamg-ropes of Detailed accounts of wed. dings taking place in this city, which are to appear in Tne Lethbndge Keralc. must be reported as soon as the event has taken place. Local iredcing accounts will not be crinted unless this ruliEgr is observec An- nouncement that the wec- t-j'-g i-sg taken place, with details may be printed at any Ifestrict -secerns accounts muss also be sent in irrrr.e- if cetails are to be 9IS St. S. Mr. Oacn irraE' at the of Koia Seous here. arv r the h Laboratory, are le.iv- tc-uir. for Personals... Dr and Mrs. D. Woodcock Canary er. route to Oitsvia returned to the city several i they reside tor tne next jear. weeks spent in the State of Ore-1 _ _ Southern Alberta Girls To Graduate STEELE BKEWERTOX medical convention. Mr. Mrs- W. Peters or Vul- Margaret Macintosh.' car., were T. LSI tors in the C W.A.C.. who has been visiting her, guests of the latter s sister, Mrs. A, brother. Mir. and Mrs. Alan Mac- Intosh and her grandparents. Mr.! and Mrs- W Rsdley. left the city! Mr. ar.d Mrs Seien Southern girls teli be among those gradating: at the c Cilgary General Hospital Gradual- mg being held Tuesday, f April 30, in Grace Presbyterian i church. Members of the class in- j MargareT Ruth ,jr._ Iraji c. Xelscn of Hisn River: Marguerite Marion Me- J Cards'cn anrounce 'he encage- Allister, Claresholm; Srnestine i V yf- Breiertbn." i place May 9 at the Alberta Temple. 'Florence Louise Anderson. Blackir Sick of Seat- Nancy Pamela Burke. High River Engraving. LOREEN XELSOX and Mrs. Lee Brewerton of Ray- Women AROUND THE WORLD LADY ALEXANDER LOJKE- PATKONESS Mr, and Mrs. G. SIcHae of Cal- gary, the former a "War Services j Supemsor. has just Irora five years overseas. ing in the Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Claude Willis, IXK Aagelss. Caiif_ Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Cooper, and Mrs. M. A- Campbell of Cut Mont., -arere visitors ia ijncge on Thursday. The Misses H Becfern Claresholm. Geraldice Berrice Frache, daugh- and ter of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Frache. i "Y" Teen Club Chatter (By Pat Dimock and Betty Lou Rogers) HI. ChilliiEs! Here -are are -Kith Here's hoping that as a cro-nrd news on the biggest success of the i turns out for our regular Saturday where she previously trained for Mr Sarth o' t'55'0 years and vil! also be a mem- was swell! in Calsarv 01 er the of the graduating class Ponoka on Mav 31. year-the Easter dar-xe-r. really j Ktenfl >s -.isitmg week-end. Mis. John McGilvrav. -arho U lear- o i Miss Marion Blaine, fomerlv of icg on the treek-enc to make her, JCflOiarSnlpS f Or Lethbridgs and Barons, who" re- home in icmon ton. entertained the' AIL M. mjr turned to Canada recently after I young people of the Church of; AlOCrta JrlUSlClflTlS having been on -the "of the Chrfsi at, a Eritisii Military Mission in Wash- ington, DC., for three years, is the house guest of Mrs. ZL Whitelev. Mr. in the Church farewell dinner Wed- Miss Hath Long iras Tisltinp in Thursday froni Card- Under the auspices of the _ ero Board of Music, twenty-five stead-v flow ot oancers. Doug Thompson made' these sessions, if iou kne-sr what yfc, and music dsS- been rtcvc" I nitely high class (Tommy Dorsey, J it "if drawback j Harry James, etc.) made even more is TOUT lack of dancing abihrv, don's so by special amplification. j let" it worry ys', we guarantee that I The decoration committee really j you will find, either a partner in outdid themselves in decorating the j the same set-up or one who can regular dance as ever. T1H Lady Alexander has consent- ed to become honorary presi- dent of the National Women's Council of the Canadian Cancer Societi- The Dowager Marchioness of Reading, chaincsn of ihe Women's Voluntary Service, a wartime civil defence organization, left Londca Thursday for a tsro-morsihs official tour Canada and the Grated States. Vowing never go through this Josn Crawford woa di- vorce from her thirfi husband. Actor Philip after testifying he interfered with her filnj vrorK, cri- sicizec her selection of pans and found fault with her personally. She was awarded custody of their two adopted children. M Nathan Solomon of Albany, N.T.. found 450 oairs of pre-war silk hose in his shop. For fun, he set. up a box on she sideTralk and said to the first female passerby: "Here you are lady, three pairs of silk stockings for a dime." "What do you think I sra. replied the skeptic, "a- lYeddie Bartholomew, young Eng- lish acior. and twice married Maely Daciele, six years ms senior, were married Thursday morning at Las Vegas, Nev. Prof. Paul Popene of Los Angeles, head of the American Institute oi Rimily Relations, said here Wed- nesday thar "the drive toward hu- man betterment will decline Mrs. Ryland H. New, na- tional president of the Im- perial Orcer, Daughters of the Empire, todav announc- ed that Viscountess Alex- ander, wife of the governor- general, has cojiseated to be- come patroness of the order. and fall" they learn when married to Uve happily ever after. For New or Olrhist were en- r--------- joyed at the Masonic ball. The nor_al Association at tne final ses- affair was convened by Mrs. C. i sion of the anpnal convention in iCron, past matron. Winnipeg. _____________ _ JDr, Hugh Sanderson of the versitv of Manitoba was elected president of the Manitoba jc Today's Reflection good to see men and women, boys and girls cleaning up the gar- dens and they are having fun doing K too. Going for a -sralk in the evening, one has a wonderful op- portunity to chat over the garden fence for nature lovers are never it a loss for a conversation topic. Nothing makes a better impression on visitors to a city than tic- looking homes, attractive gardens and boulevards. The latter are sornething which, need attention in Ljettbridge. It is distinctly annoy- ing to those who look afrer the roulevard in front of their homes. to have unkemp; ones adjoining and it certainly detracts from the gen- eral appearance of the city as do unused city lots' which" are not kept clear of refuse. Cleaning up tiros is here and the majoritv of people are busy improving the ao- pearance of their homes and gar- dens. If you are one of the tardy "busy and So Slimming STORE YOUR FURS WITH New York Furriers IT COSTS NO MORE TO HAVE THE BEST OF SERVICE Let a furrier with a world-'wide knowledge and over 35 years experience in the handling of the finest of fur garments take care of your precious furs. Our charges are the most reasonable. We give you an all-risk policy and no extra cost. Bring your precious furs now to New York Furriers where they are covered by insurance for a full twelve months from the date of storage, protected against all eventualities while in storage or while in your home or being worn. Make the most of this "out- standing service it is all covered by the same low storage charges. Call New York Furriers for storage or expert repairs, NOW! SPRING COATS AND DRESSES ARRIVING DAILY SEE OUR WONDERFUL COLLECTION OF SHEERS, PRINTS AND FOR SPRING OR SUMMER ALL THE LATEST STYLES, COLORS AND SIZES, AND THEY'RE PRICED TO MEET YOUR BUDGET. A deposit will hold your choice till required CHOOSE NEW FURS NOW AT NEW YORK FURRIERS NEW YORK FUR and DRESS SHOP THIRD AVENUE S. PHONE 3276 OPP. LIBRARY NE ADAMS Wishing" for a Spring style tbal Tnll slenderise you? MAKE your tnsh come true with Pattern 4907. This frock is a real fashion first for you wear the larger sizes! Pattern 4301 comes in sizes 34. 36. 38. 40. 42. 44. 46. 48. Size 3S takes 3 yards 39 inch fabric. Send 20 cems to the Lethbrifee Herald. Pattern Dept, for each pat- tern. Two weeks' time should be allowed for pattern to reach you. Use This Coupon, Print Tour Name and Address Plainly. The Lethbridge Herald, Pattern DepU, Lethbridge, Alia. Pattern 4907. Size Name Rummage Southminster Church HaU AT 1.30 P.M. 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