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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD MONDAY, APRIL 29, 1948 MILADI i and ill the cnv May 9 for! Toronto inhere she wul set her dis- charge. t Bride Arriving Here n Reflection Phone 4040 Engagements Announced Mr. and Mrs. J R Gwa-kin, of Leihbndge. announce the engage-i men: of daugnter. j Lillian V. inntfred Bern. to Mr. HOfESE SEXSE rnamage part of May A horse can'; pull wbie This fac; I merely ment.0 Ana he can't kick c is cav chief content-OE I Mr and Mrs I. Kanisos j Mr. and Mrs. M. D cf bridge ana J C. of _ caroston announce tr-e i Let's imitate the good old horse And lead s. liie that's trting; Is. Palmer Calgary on Sat'-raay of The reccing is the Doxcie hoine :os J i.32tw .a _________ Mrs Saul Sick. Seatt-e. Wash., ea May 22 Just suil an hones: load, anc tnen formeriv of tnis Mrs. L.. be no tune ror jSamorxi. Canary, and Mrs. F. L-j Tj.e engagemen: :s annouscec of I Calgary, are Letfebncge Migcos Loinse granc-, :sr.ors, a: the Marque. j daughter of Mr. and J-j Mr. and H S. McGia arc requested thai Ladv Flora McCrae Saten accorc- daubster. McGiU. H Of Sesaaas. The ed e-" si' nSished be turned is. Re- araea by Mrs. ASnu-JS, of Motors from Deep ttecau-2: place snorth. s iia'at bekihs Ineads be welcome. The merrv month of May Toll siake her bow on Wednesday and there -alU probablv be some ener- getic inoivicuais who -Kill be up at sunrise to bathe in the there is it is supposed :o make one beautiful. It vi-as prob- some smart man's way to get j First United WJM3. Thankoffering Meet The of First United church, held their Easter thankof- ferisg meeting in toe church oa Thursday, April 25. The meeting, which well attended was pre- sided over by Mrs. The church was beautifully decorated that started that fable. wann- er weather approaching. I wonder sow tranv wornec, who hare strug- gled througn tie muter months so tneir hair grow long, will decide i- is too hot and too much bother' Altho'-igh fashion magazines have feaiunng Ion? tresses done up on "he head, it !s an actual fact that in rljnda ever} one is new croaped hair stiles, and trim It's -such more convenient for sTsimraing and other summer Mrs D. McNab. 542 !2th St. A. N- Mrs. W. R Acara. uhose mar- on Tisescay evenmg, Apnl 30..at_S o clock. As this be the las; tea Mr and "MIS. S. C. E: Di'.is for the.r grancmother. Mrs H B. Hunt. take place earlv in luncheon a: the aiaitjus. j _ Dr Mrs H. A. Stuan of Csl- TTT_ -j -j Genera! meeting of the MathesSs as csugmsr-in-Is.' M. Fowler of Regui seen: in Saskatoon where ini'. "-a ere 01 tneir son-in-iati Birthday Cards Mrs F. Rhodes and Mrs A. E ojid" oausater, Major anc Mrs. H. iL Fergiaon. j S Danes who has been at- i tending the Un-vers.zy of Aloerta. amvec iti tee city today from. Bd- monton to -.TSII his parent, Mr. anc Mrs. George 3. Danes. l i Mrs W. S. Wray and son. Hob- ert. accompanied oy Mrs W. H. De- Long, were motor visitors Cal- I gar? az the weekend. i i After a business tnp to Spokane. Wash.. Mr. and Mrs J. Si. Rmgiand cave returned to the city. i Chester Clenaeniag. a. student at i the University of Alberta. Edinon- ton, pas returned to spend the smmner with ms-rjarents, Mr. and Mrs. C. S Clendenng. Mrs. George H Hobmson left, on i Suncav for California to visit her I sister. "Mrs. M. Lee, at Santa Ana ana also esoects to visit; many cf her Taber and Leihbndge fnands who are now resicmg in tne south- ern states. After hsvJcg oeec. a rwtient in tne i A.E. CROSS SON THIRD AVETCE SOUTH Painted Wood Lawn Furniture SEE THESE AT ier -vrirkler; John Winkler. Mrs C V Tririti.- Lutheran crn.-cn, Cai- Tolton. ilr. and Mrs Wm. Lee, Mr. gary. on Tuescay, Apni 23, the and Mrs Joseph Dagle. Hetlcw. wedding- of Hazel Mcne, daughter i of Mr. and Mrs. Bail, Xelscn of Caigary to Mr "William Huddle, eldest son of Mrs. WilLam Hucole and the late Mr Euddie of Clares- holm. was solemnized with Rev. G. EL Morsrad oit'cianng Wearing a gown of white satin. styled wnh -a. sweetneart neckhne and long lily-pointed sleeves, the once was escorted cown tee aisle MSDICIXS minster United Church was scene of a pretty -vrsddmg on Thurs- day. -Rhei Junp Slargaret. second csnghter of Mr. and Mrs. IS" H. Hdwarth of Victo-ia. 3 C_ was unit- KKUBAKB RELISH 6 cues rhubarb diced 1 CUD brown sugar '-s cub vinegar teasaoon ground cloves i teasboon grouno. cinnamon i teasoooa ground mace rhubarb. three numbers anthem. The guest speaker. Rev. R. w. Cowan of St. Mary's spoke on Eas- ter, comparing the conception of the true of Easter, as held fay the early Christians with that held by modem Christians. The mee'ing closed with prayer by the pastor, Dr. Pobt. Magowan. Lunch was served the hostesses. Mes- dames J. Horn. J. Hollett and J. Edwards. LA. to U.C.T. Aid Cancer Drive Here The Ladies' Auxiliary to United Commercial Travellers heM then- regular monthly meeting m tne LO OJ'. hall on SaturtJay, at which they donated S200 to the cancel onve. with SI CO going to Caaaoiaa Cancer Alberta branch, and to the Cancer Fellowship spon- sored bv the united efforts of the organization. new members. Mrs M. Tel- bat, and Mrs K Robsns. were initiat- ed at the meeting, and installa- tion of officers marked the 12th an- niversarv of the Auxiliary, with Mrs. Cora B. Case. Past Sunreme Coun- sellor of the order, presiding. Elected for the iear were the fol- lowing off.cers. Sr Counsellor. Mrs X Xeiison; Jr. Counsellor, Mrs. E. Pozzy; Conductress. Mrs. E. Mc- Leod: Past Counsellor Mrs H. Graham; ice -treas. Mrs. S. Phaleii; Mrs. M Chnstecsen: page. Mrs" Laeto: sentinel. Mrs McTiegh: organist. Mrs. L. Duce, executive board. Mrs H Anderson, chairman: Mrs. R Selford. Mrs. S. Shepherd, Faith. Mrs. M. Murrai. Following installation, a corsage of roses was oresentecl to Mrs. Cora B. Case, -a no urged them, to con- tinue in their cancer project Retiring chaplain, ifrs. L. Kome'z, was presentee with a counsel- lor's pin and counsellor's cer- tificate. Retiring Sr. Counsellor Mrs. E. Graham was presented with a gift, for her T, ear's irork. Following the Mrs Case was by several of the ladies at dinner. Women AROUND THE WORLD Mrs. Stephen Marshall. 80. an officer In the Saltation Army lor more than 50 years and mother of fhe officers in the organization, died Friday at Hartford. Conn. The Duchess of Gloucester, wife of the goiernor-geaeral of Austra- lia, successfully underwent; an oper- ation for appendicitis at Gloucester House hospital. Sundav. Mrs- Martha Kesnp Mature, di- vorced wife of actor Yictoi Mature, and screen writer St. Clair McKel- way, were married Saturday. Sherrood Eddy, 75, author and lec- turer of New York, ana Miss Louise Gates of Jacksonville. HI., and To- ronto. Ont.. is ere married Saturday- Miss Gates formerly was general secretary of the National Y.W.C.A. in Canada. Donald Hopeweii. president of the Bronte Society, told a crowded an- nual of the society in Eng- land that Warner Brothers in ihe film "Devotion" took "such, liberties with the story of the Bronte family that it was hardly recognizable." Retirement of Major Evelyn Jean Lane. C.W.A.C.. ot Edmonton and 1 Fort William, Ont.. after more than four years' service, was announced by National Defence Headquarters today. Four sisters spoke their mar- riage in rapid succession at Detroit Sunday The pastor who officiated said the quad- ruple wedoing was unnreceaent- ed in the marriage annals of the United States and probably the world. The feet of todaj's joung lady are getting bigger and bigger, mam- ly because of the soft slipper-like shoes she wears, the Chiropodist Society of 5few Jersey. Incorporat- ed, was told at the NAME GENERAL SECRETARY NATIONAL Y.W.CJL COUNCIL TORONTO, April Thomson of Toronto has been ap- pointed general secretary of national council of the Young Wo- men's Christian association. Miss Tnomson is a graduate from, the school of social work. Univer- sity o? Toronto. She has been exe- cutive secretary of the ewers' aid department of toe national YAVC-A. director of the council of social agencies !n Edmonton, assist- ant director of the family welfare bureau in Vancouver ard esirector of tne family welfare bureau staff En Saskatoon. rrs HERE GREEN CROSS D.D.T. HOUSEHOLD SPRAY Canada Paint Wallpaper Store rhone 2513 Fifty thousand queries were an- swered in one vear by the personal measure Place in a saucenan wim ali the remsming mgrecients: stir over cirecE hea-; until the sugar is ed in inarnase to Harold Lambert j Sunmer sently until Ceok. of Medicine Hat. second scnj.h seal Yield: of Mr. G V Cook of ihis city. Rev. j "e on the arm of her father. She i E. B Lavtoa officiated. earned s. shower bouquet of rea j The bnde. ii an afternoon frock j roses Mita -tr-irH of auncn blue with, black accessories i Eleanor Selson and Miss! earned a bouauet of sweetheart i Mable Xelson were bndesnssids and Mr Howard Hudcle attended tne fancegrooic- POlIowmg a receprJcn at the Sn- nress Gnil. Mr. ana. ifrs. Eucdle left for Banff ana on their return will reside in Calgary. Hacking Kiczell BAKED HAM SIJfCE slice uncooked smoked nam. 1- thick; (atxiut; pounds) teaspoons dry mustard cap "brown sugar roses Ker onrv aitendant Mimne Grande. Mir Gorman Smythe attended the 2 teasrxwns finegar groom and Mr. Rar Wall and Mr. 110-12 whole cloves Cnas. Seating actsa as usners Mrs 1 CUD nrlk or fruic juice. T-nn the nnd off ham and place ___________________. ,_n shallow baking ciifh. Mix mus- A reception followed at tiis horns tares, sugar and vinegar together of groom's father when tne and spread over ham; sack with A ilcRae played the vending muse and Adele Howard Of interest; to fnencs of the Tab- J motssr. Mrs H. N Sowarth. j cloves." Pour milk or fruit juics and Miss Jessie Andrews received j around meas. Bake, uncovered, in with the bnoal party. a caodsratelv slow oven, 325 de- The nappy coanle Till make their grees F until 1 hour. Thursday PI pry-rig E.Z home in the city after a honeymoon j Sis semngs. when Svelvn RUDV. second Daughter tno by motor. j er ana Retlaw was ins charming- wedding which took place at the Southminster of Mr and Mrs. J Kmzeil of Ret- became the bride of here for has returned to in Warner. R C-oraon Howard Hacang, Oraway-Chfeholm MOTHER-IN-LAWS ARE _______________ _ Mr ardMrs Andrew of ____ BiCK EH J.Hfc bome only son of ifr and Mrs. Henry j announce the marriage of CHHLMSFORD, Engtond, AprH Hackins. Solseirth Man. their youngest caughter Helen to Henry Wilson Bishop _ -_. _ f -_- i -r> nf Ksmrnav Rev. Joim I- W. (Winnie) Berry, C.W. A.C. WJQO returnee, recently from overseas, is spending leave with bar ciarents in ihe'White School cistnc: Are You a Sufferer From Rheumatic Pains? These pains coma from an inUaminatioii in the iBTisclea sndare generally-caused by a deposit of poisoa ia tbe blood called uric acid which produces the irri- tating and painful effect that causes many days and nights heavy with pain. During the past 60 years Canadian people have found that by purifying the Hood stream, Burdock Blood Bitters aids them to enjoy freer body jnoTeineat with less rheumatic pam, as B. B. B. helps to tone uo the system and clear up the uric acid in the blood, and probably help fortify the system against future attacfa. Price bottle at all drag counters. TOB T. Co, tyKied. Toronto. Gst, tie ceremonv the br-de given in iriarVlage Dy her father. Anni 39. Mr. ana will j is inucn OPENING WEDNESDAY MAY 1 THE NEW Beau Monde Beauty Shoppe ABOVE Room 10 KTLANDS CO. Phone 3575 Why Paradol is Always in my Handbag What a comfort it. is to know tliai %ou can always gee quick reLef from headaches and other pains, so long jou have Paradol SE hand. It gives you confidence and poise and jou need Dot engagements whether of a business or social nature. Paradol does not disappoint. Socfs. Economy size Dr. Chase s PARADOL For Quick of Pain The Buskin Club Presents Evenings of Comedies In Central School Auditorium MAY 2nd AND 3rd AT 8 P.M. Everybody invited. Admission 25c. The bnde s dress of white had make their home in iiimberley. a fitted satin bcoice with ceeo points extending .into the -full net skirt Her lone veil was held in isav i all I am, told about; j -ID-law were published, people ________ ____________ _ he place bv two white carnations. Stepnen's Church. Calgary, on Aunl "T515 her bouauet v.as of cala lilies and 2Sth the wedding took place of Wil- announcea white camat.ons i freda. dautnter of Cora Court- hundreos of Mrs. Leland McCanee. sister of, cer of Victoria formerly of be las- .o mediate MEDICINE St. the was matron of honor benies to Mr Bougals Arsue Moore Constable Hacking had as his of Vancouver arc Vsrcon Rev best man. Constable S M Sls-nn.. H offcia-eo The bnde, of Tacer Thei'- scarlet tunics aca- i given .n iramage by Dr. J. W. Clav ed a bright Much, of color to the was smart m a oeloharuum. blue scene Miss Esther Robinson MAKE IT FOR HIM WERETHB la sixteenth-century Persia, the Shah's court included officers, knovn as spcoalfr coramissioricd to pour tne Royal Coffees AJoTjtoPour.., iKt There's extra in every cup of delicious Maxwell House bcc'ausc it contains choice Latin-American coffees... blended with a traditional skill.. "Radiant-Roasted" to bring out the Jidl goodness of every coffee bean. It's not surprising that today more people buy and enjoy Maxwell House than any other brand of coffee in the world. It's "Good to the Last MH-86 frock vith matching blue hat and earned a bcuaue; of tank -roses MJSS Lois Courtney, attended rer sisrer Mr. Robert O'Callalian TTSS test man. Ushers were Mr. Donald I Clav end Mr Fdward Davis A re- j ception was held at the home of Dr. and Mrs J W Clay The happy couple wiH reside in Calgary after a brief boneynioon. At the I_D.S cnapel in Calgary OH Thursdav, Annl 18. Bsshoo TJr- sentiach officiated at the marriage of Dorothy Love dangnter of Pearl Lowe and the late Sol Lowe of Cardston. ana Chve Northcott of Brandon, Van son of Mr and Mrs. P C. Northcott of Minneaosa. Man The bnde was given ;n mamaee bv her uncle Robert Loue of Cards- ton, and sbe wore a lone: gown j of traditional white satin and lace beneath a floor-length bridal res! and earned a shower bououet of red roses. The bnae was attendee by her) three sisters Mrs A Gunri ss ma- i 1 tron-of-bonor. arid Miss iiasKa and Miss Laura Lowe ?s bndesrnaids.; i while iittl" Mane Gurin was I flower eirl Dsnnis Northcott. brother of in" groom was eroomsmsn. and Douglas Young and Tom ushered Mr McKenae Lctbbridee plaved j the weeding music and durrra the of tne resister Miss Thorpe, of Malad Idfho, sarsr Following the ceremori" a re- cento1" was held at the horre of Miss Ruthc Lowe cf the bnde Mr and Mrs Northcott n'l re- sice in Srandcn after a trio to j Barff. i Cut-of-to-vn suest5; Mr j and Mrs Robert Lowe Mrs Pearl Miss Laura M.SS Trer." sr.a Miss Jovce LOTC. of Cardston Activities Here marriage troubles of service and es- service men "I am no; saying there are not manr gooa ana relnful mother! he "but there al great number of the other sor CJOC Daily Programs 10TO KCS. MONDAY, APRIL 29 O'CIOCK Favontes. and the Pirates. and Romance. Theatre. 7 News Summary. Round-up. for tne Piano- forte. Cavalcade. 8 House. Serenaders. of Music. 9 3e Announced. Patterns. s Report Wo'-ld News on Your Mmd? Low. 10 to You. 11 Be Announced. 11 Be Announced. 12 OFF TUESDAY, AFRIT. 30 upper cluo. News Upner Club. Moments. HU7H, DEAR, WHATAKf YOU CRYING ABOUT? and IOOF 'earn p ln.s Maxwell House Coitee t by Alice Brooks I Grand for YOUR MAN' j Reociah Lodge No. 93jnil ,Yoa will enjoy knitting A m the a ceg-ce on popular HE will Trv Jt on Easy, practice ar.d V.rne Pattern 7337 has kmtuo.g directions __ for large The R-d Cros.? rooms b- oner, Send 20 cenis to the Lethoridge Tutocrr. Aon! 30 f'om 2 30 'o 30 Herald. Pattern DepU for each pat- o m for the reception ot i.n-shed i tern. Two weeks' time shou'd be wo-i-.. allowed for pattern to reach jou. Use This Coupon. Print You: Name and Address Plainly. A tntatt Gmtral Foodi To: The Lethbridse Herald, Pattern DcpU Alta. ...................Pattern 7377. Mrs Greentree's and Miss Cro-ae's s St. Augusun's section meets Tues- dav at 8 pjn. with Mrs Greentree at '211 10th St Mrs Rabv's and Mrs Middleton's section of St. Augustm's meots on Tuesday at 2 30 rym with Mrs Mid- dleton at 636 Hth St S. V I Major Bumelt P N G "s Club will hold a sewing tea at the home 01 9 9 10 10 10 13 11 11 12 12 32 12 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 3 I 4 4. Morning Melodies. Wafe Linton Stories From Life. Be Announced in the Wildwood. Club. Crystal Calendar. H-ippy Gar.g To Be of LJfe. Mcm.r.g Neighbor. Mood aster Lounge, ALC She's, News Time Noveitses Woman of America. Perkins Young. Romances. the Classics. News Commentary. Hobbes. for Miladi. Program Allison Show. Round-Up. EVERYBODYS HAPPY 70 SUNtlGHT'S OUR CLOTHES ARE WHITER ALL OVER... EVEN THOSE EXTRA- DiRTY SPOTS J YOU, TOO, CAN GIT A WHITER, BRIGHTER WASH ALL OVER WITHOUT SCRUBBING Sunlight gets at that between-thread, deep-down dirt and makes it disappear almost like magic. A touch of Sunlight oa those stubborn cuffs, hems and edges and your clothes are -whiter, sweeter-smelling your -washable colors brighter chan ever before. Sanlight's extra soapiness is grand for dishes, too, makes the grease just melt away. And your hands stay kept and lovely. Get the big, economical, long-3astirg cake of Sunlight today. A LEVER mooccr YOU'LL USE SUNLIGHT EVERYDAY FOR CLEANIN3 POTS PANS WOODWORK FURMTUSE tATHKOOMS EN AMR FOR A COMPLETE WASHING JOB, YOU CAN1! DO WITHOUT SUNLIGHT ;