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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD SATURDAY, APRIL MILAD I Marks 89th Birthday i t Phone 4040 DOOR MATS Vf rears those asslaad. Ores-. J Personals Giba. uto Juts a-.ter.cics ersr.y o Tliursdav evemcg Women [Activities Here Urges Need H ere s No. Atigustin's Brovrcie m i Atigustin's ___ i Pack wall meet at in the, parish hsH S'onday morning to at- t tend church parade. proveneat discussed the points j them. Motorists, including sUl- Mann ana will U-art had to stop their DJ start investigation to find out how tliey can best help the Mission in its fine worfc. hostel or referee la AROUND e regu Junior city lor girls coming here ;to jCoa iloncay. April at THE WORLD they were all haog- the world. i to j __ 'f hail, or the acute shortage. Ap-i- 33 a. of teasers in South Africa, the J x-.t V 3 ISSaT ------PJL Mission j Jevs _. Group of matron to the many sen-ice clubs teet here and the work they co and in "The Rake's Progress, is the i stated that with such contlnuec 1 interest, local problems coula be with much_more easily._ cats oa. highways when they could. not see on account of the dust storm. One cannot enjoy such storms and the only consolation appears like _____________... the roan ia a mental hospital who I f t n ft M.- I battered Jus head against _iron j Todays Reflection I bars and when asked he-re- I I pued "it feel so good when 1 stop-- has been said that you can tell Social Club A miniature carnival was enjoy- ed Thursday night by 45 members of the social club of Frache Broe. greenhouses. Moving pictures ivru and later cribbage was play- S Ol. I of Ctepe Province. is e taws praisec by London cnncs as ,APf s Br.taui's most seosauorsl movie .hoce of Mrs. in vesrs _ daughter. Miss Marj-, sii'U j i-ii e cumber adolesceice anc not when the baoy _____ _ o one woman's concern for she ell-being of her felkw-men ano explained its growh f roai one small room rented in a store up to the present well-rounded institution. A vo-e of thanks to Miss Mann was expressed by Mrs. William Murray.- Following" the address, the la- dies' Organization for Civic Im- Anniversary Supper and Concert FIRST UNITED CHURCH MONDAY, APRIL 29 Supper 6.30, Concert 8 Adults 60c. Children 3Cc Mrs, J. St. Rivers. accom- or her cauehter, Catherine. Katherine has arrived in the" city from city Friday f: ,n -areekend witn H-sr- been so: Help the Young People To Health Happiness her" husband. She is a guest jlarquis. snend the -weekend with' Vs'd been" spending the Easter ,---------.t 2. me a guest of Dr. j J. M. Eutchinson. anc. Mrs. Weddings sen T. tolc delegates to the y SS, IS What, a common to see a young person whose j gjg evidences 01 poor on Friday in Tteonto. _______years in the o Order of Nurses loucg peopie iii Biit" condition are generally s ir the 3 of aa anajmie nature and require a preparation mfm of! conf-ninrirontoimorove the blood content. ref Health and Nerve Pills meet tfab reqiureinent, a, tiey tor- three concentrated forms of iron of an easily assmulated nMure togecto of I with other valuable ingredients indicated lor builomg up the sjstem and imn-rove the blood content. Cidnee Tollestirp, who has been spends the Easier A QUART C.W.L. Rummage Sale ST. PATRICK'S HALL SATURDAY, MAY 4 STARTING AT 1.30 P.M. May June to John j day. Saturcay aiiernopn. cower. J. HeinitziA. Httdc, boarc presicent. re- __ _ IheJr daughter to gdv? aIG a background, of Easter Vancouver. Mr and Mrs. Cullen of Bow- Island and Mr. and Mrs. Allan ea of Lethbricge will be PORTRAIT FRAMES IN ALL SIZES Soarkling crystal and hand carved wood, metal, silver, gold. A. E Cross Son THIRD AVE-NCB S. Lawn Chairs Lawn Swings Lawn Tables Get yours while they last preside at; the tea W S. Srvans inviting to the room. Other assistar.ts will in- clude Mrs. Charles A. Cleveland. Airs. Albert; E. Ives. Mrs. iogar; Miss Gertrude GioDons. Mrs. J.' Haunes and Mrs, Edmund Cairns. _ M. Moe win jyjg. a, .he jjo-j-g or Bishop Harry witn Mrs. v_ who officiated. The bride, Tn TF1P r88- wearing a smart stem green suit with veliow rosebud corsage, was attended bv the groom's sister, Mrs Merlin" Smith and Mr. Smith was the groom's attendant. Solos were surg by Mrs. M. D'Arc, for- merly of A reception followed with the cutting the bnde s j bridge, have returned from Lak" where the former was j ;--naT COUDIC left, zor a mo- viEiduE her daughter. Mrs. Carol, t .g- prancisco and Se- Sn route home tney visited Mrs. John Howard ai Great Falls. Mont., and learned of trie filKf death at Oakland. .Calif.. 01 Mrs. Carl Judson, a iormer Taoer resi- dent. QiToia National Park. Piper Koole MONARCH. (HNS) On After visiting lor the past j Moncav evening, Aoril 22, the home of Sir." and Mrs. L. Soole was the scene of weeding when their LilllEri. became the bride 1 Ajer -vs o iEri. ecame e with her sister Mrs. S. of at Halah Piper of Barons. Bev.1 and Mr. Laverv. Ms. J. G. .Lfiycocs uogei; bfnciaxd. n fr today to return to her home at Swift Current, Sask. Local And District Misses Graduate Eight southern Alberta, nurses- in-trainine: will be among those sractiatirg at the Holr Cross cos- pltal exercises in Cslgary Sunaay include: Marx- Hoo- era "caushtfir of Mr. and Mrs. F. t Sobets. Lethbridse; Frances Cullen, Aenes Nugent. Bow island; Cvr. Pmcher Creek; Hose Hfflcrest; Mary J. Doie, Higii Hiver; Alice Hallscay. Ma- grath; Shirley Sproule, Taber. Three Day Watch. Repairs Yes, folks, now you can have that watch repaired and reconditioned in only three days. All work done right on the premises and fully guaranteed. Wh< Jeweller Kresge M. Moget officiated, The bride, who was giveri In marriage bv ber father, wore an aftemoc-n dress of Grecian, rose crepe, with a corsage of mixed blossoms. She was unat- tended. After the ceremony a re- ception was held for tha immediate relatives. The bnce's table was centred by a three-tiered weeding Following toe reception the hap- py couple left by plane for a brief hbnevmoon, ia Edmonton- On" their return they wiH reside on Lhe Koole fann north, of Mon- BABSTWELLo (HS3) At 12 noon Wednesday, April 17, the Magratb, and Beth Johnson, eidesi daughter of Bishop and Mrs. Lieith I. Johnsor. of BamweH, Pres. E. J. Wood officiating at the Al- berta Temple. Cardston. The brire looked lovely in white satin and saeer frocs. having- long sleeves and sweetheart, neckline. Tjetr-bridge were present. Tie reception, was held at, the j home of Bishoo and Mrs. Johnson in Bamweli Thuiscay with 100 guests in attendance. After visit- ing in Magrath and other southern points, the newlvweds will make their home in. Sdmonton where the groom 3S attending the Uraversity of Aiberta. At an Sastertide in "Wes- Jev United church. Loccon. Ont, on April 19. Dorothy Phyllis, only dauehter of Mr. and Mrs. r1. B. McXabb of became the bnde of D. Wright, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Wright of Lon- don. Ont. Bev. C. C. Washington officiated at the candlelight, double-ring ceremonv. Miss Svelyn Head, formerly of !.-ethbridge, was the soloist. The bride was given in marriage by Mr. Gordon Blakelev and her onlr attendant was the groom's sister, Mlis Marian Wright. Clar- ence Pope sunported the groom. The bride wore a gown, of white moire taffeta with fitted bodice and low waistline completed, with a full skirs with full train. Eer long bridal veil of white net was caught i with a headdress of ostrich plumes. She carried a white ostrich fea- ther fan showered with red roses, white carnations and buddleia. FOUowicg the wedding the bride ard groom, left by motor to spend their honeymoon in Lake Huron district and on their return reside at 307 Whamcliffe Road South, London. Lighted candles and spring flow- i ers formed the background, at St. j Simple Distinction OPENING WEDNESDAY MAY 1 LETHBRIDGE'S NEW AND UP-TO-DATE BEAUTY SALON BEAU MONDE BEAUTY SHOPPE UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT MISS THELMA MILLER MISS CATHERINE WUKUSICH Mary and Mrs. Supplies Energy For Both Work and Play DRINK. Wifr b a sreat energy provider and body buflder. For a refreshing and sustaining drink, keep on hand a supply of Crystal Dairy Homogenized rish, smooth, good to the last drop. II jf T T iy IVI I J t Phone 3575 SPECIALIZING IN PERMANENT WAVES SHAMPOO AND FINGER WAVES COLD WAVES MANICURES TINTS Above Ry lands Co. Room 10 OPEN MONDAYS THROUGH SATURDAYS 9 TO 6 evening, April 25. when Lee. daughter of Mr.------------ William Lee. exchanged marriage vows with Donald Grant Neaen, son of Mrs. Zona Neden and we late Mr. L Seden. Rev. R. W. Cowan officiated at the double ring cere- mony. The bride, given In mamsge oy Jus father, wore traditional white l satin with an over skirt of net and j a chapel veil held in place oy a pearl coronet. She carried a bou- quet of deep red roses. The brides- maid was Miss Blanche Zook. The groom wss supported by his brother. AB Clarence Nedea. During the signing of the register, Miss Alex- andra Afaganis sang, accompanied bv Mrs. O. WiBetts at the organ. Mr A. Lee and Mr. J. Martin usn- ered the guests. The reception was held at tne home of -the bride's parents wita Mrs Lee and Mrs. Neden receiving the guests with the bridal party. The bride's table was centered by a threes-tier wedding cake, embed- ded in smilax arid pink and white sweet peas and lighted by tall wmte taners. The toast to the bride was proposed by her brother, Mr. Wil- liam Lee. Reception assistants were Mrs. T, Mallett, Mrs. S-llal- ar.c Mrs. W. Lee. Miss Evelyn Robinson had charge of the gusst, Mr. and Mrs. Necen will reside in the c'.ty after a honeymoon spent ia Calgary. t Engagements Announced Mr. aad Mrs. X- G. MUIigan of Edmonton, of Lethbricge. announce the engagement of their; daughter, Margaret Jears, to' Thomas William, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Hunter of Lethbricge.; The wedding will take place early; 1 in June. Mr. and Mrs. Carl O. Edlur.d I of Macleod, announce the engage- i merit of their eider caughter. Pior- ence Mar.e. to John A. Ostler, son of Mr. ar.C Mrs. James Ostler o'. There's nothing as style-right for j Lethbndge. Marriage is to take Sp-ir.g as a frock-ar.d-bolero en- 8 place May 24 at Trinity Ucued senible. This one. Pattern 4720, Is a church, r.lacleod, up a m-.e f ig-j ure is that irset midnff. i Pattern 4720 comes in sizes 32. 14 16 13, 20 Size 16 frock bolero' yards material. Send 20 cents to trie LethbrWge Herald. Pattern DepU for each pat- tern. Two weeks' time should be allowed for pattern to reach you. Use This Couoor.. Print Your Naiae and Address Plainly. To: The Lethbridge HcraW, i Pattern Dept, Lcthbridge, GRADUATION GIFTS Timepieces of distinction Longines and made with the skill of quarters of a century of fine tighfly considered among? the very finest of graduation gifts. Prices up, plus taxes., D. A. R AWORTH WATCH INSPECTOR HANG THIS UP IN YOUR KITCHEN YOUR RATION CALENDAR Pattern 4720. Stz'e Name Address Homestead Red For Barns and Outbuildings Canada Paint Wallpaper Store Phone 2513 Children Love 'em Western's B-B BATS 4-Flovonrs, Chocolate, Licorice Orange, Peppermint Meat Cerapon M35; Baiter Coupon H7: Canning Sugar Coupons S3. S3. S10. Sll. S12; ere vaEdL Meatless Day Public Eating Pieces Meet Coupon M3S: Mectleis Day la Public Eaiiog Meatless DOT Public EcCoq PSaces Meal Coupon M37: Buller Coupon US; Sugar Coupons S13. S14: are TaJid. Meatless Day in Public EaSaij Places Kea'.less Day in Public Ecfing Pieces Keot Coupon M33: Is T Meatless Day in PabSe Eatina Places Kec'less Day in Pubtc Eahng Places Wesion'c HatSoa Calendar for June appear on Sd- urday. Jane 1st. Meat Coupon M39: 2uMej Couprn RS-- ore vaHa. Meatless Day ir. Public Eating Places Meatless Day In P-ibl-.t Places SUGAR COUPON VALUES I Ib or 2< Said nna fra.a. "cr crcsberry Kiace; or t heaej. cat or sncar- or 30 flc'-d ocncei cora. lcr.e or IcSie ITT--PI: or eu Bind 'raa.ews: or Raid ounces imiM; or S3 S-Jid (until May 31.) CANNING SUGAR Or. May 2 the first allotment of Canning Sugar Coupons (SS to S12) becomes The second become Tahd en Julj "S" Coupons are good im SO fluid of Maple Syrop daring May. CAKES BREAD CAMPY BiSCUiTS JEWS PA PER I JEWS PA PER I ;