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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 30, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD TUESDAY, APRIL 30, MILADI Phone 4040 DAFFODILS in the Cairnansay w L.ynn and Mrs. Bert Barrister" were liters I hare seen loveliness beyond com- pare. But nothing nave I ever known more fair Than yellow daffodils beneath o.c trees With sus-fleckee. gray-sheathec. trunks; each passing breeze Made all the lovely horde stir iazny, As if it were a tossing geldes. sea. I Miss K. Matthews of Kegira. Sask. is a visitor is. lie city. Miss Mora Md.-eod is a patient in Gal; hospital where she is us- derscirig "treatment icr a few days. Kcsfer, who is _______ 'ersitv of Manitoba WinrliMg; iSan.. arrived in the city Saturday SEd left Monday for Van- couver where she will attend th Personals ,__ i cf her sister. Mrss Alice Gardner lelt s: St. Paul's hosoital gra- r plane ,_rfises_ MES. A. J. city Monday by t WashL. ea route to Fcrt e'S'is Tiss ner husband. Captain citation Beta Phi Sorority Celebrates Founder's Day ner, is leaving shortly for over- Cniversitv of Monday evening, members of Lethbridge Kappa chapter of the Seta Sigma Phi Sorority held their annual Bay banquet and ritual of jewels ceremony at the Marquis hotel. The sorority, wh-ch is an iniemstionai business girls' organization with head office in Kansas City. Mo., was installed in the city last July. Pictured above, from lefs Stall Photo. Herald Engraving, to right, the members are: Miss Isobel O'Meara. Miss Bette Macdonald. Miss Joaa Boyer. Mrs. T. O. Ives. Mrs. Doris Ernst, Mrs. McLeod Mrs. Versa Wheeler. Miss Frances Sainsbury. Miss Bettimay Brj-an. Miss Peggy-Lou Welch and Miss Pnvllis bow." Photo; Herald Engraving. seas service. Adai_ arrived home at the weekend to visit her j spend several n- weeks at i church toll be held tonight. Tues- cher Creek were Leihbridge visr.ors 11" J D H cay. at. the church beginning at. S I Ouay S KetleCtlOn o'clock. Festival numbers of our- I standine merit will be presented j. S. Ringland of this city. Mrs. James Wong left the ciiy) Former Mr5' c- p- c- Psters residents. Con- A bright light has gone our. With Miss Solss' one Shield. Csrcston; Mr. have the o'clock. Festival numbers of out- standing; merit- will be presented during the nrogram period and a dance to the music of the Hi-Hat- ters' orchestra will follow. Members bv place Sundav nisht fcr Torcnto owing to the illness there o: her mother. Mrs. George G. Ross. Jr., Aden After soerdiris the weekend Medicine Mrs. A. "W. rerorced to the city Monday _ turned to their home sfter a motor ers of the local school staff, the city i trip to Calgary at the weekend has Ics; a great person. Eer keen j and their friends -sill be welcome. Women AROUND THE WORLD A streptococcus infection of the throat Monday caused Baden- Powell, world leader of the Girl Scout and Girl Guide movement, to break a 30-year recora of never having missed a public engage- atent. The Girl Scout, leader can- celled appearances at; several func- tions planned in her honor by Scouting officials as Rochester. N.Y. Mrs. Roosevelt ex- pressed the hope today that, the United Nations economic and social co'-mcil iviU be able io help -keep the peace of ihe by "helping human beings to live together so they may be nappy and content." The Countess of Jersey, who as the former Virginial Cherrill was a stage and screen star. Sled uucontested divorce proceedings ai London against the nintli Sari of Jersey. whom she married in 1S27. Boarfi members and nurses of the Victorian Order of Nurses from all parts of Canada Monday heard re- ports of greatly increased work of the order in the past- year and anti- cipated further expansion at the 48th meeting in Ottawa. is trcaj Kingston. Oct.. and is the guest of her brother and sister-in- latr, Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Maclean. The current Commonwealth con- sultations at Ijoadon. after dealing i with top Questions of defence, peace Women s Auxiliary to the "i-M. treaties food, are expected to to the question of r meeting Mrs. K. Brown has returse are no'a" fortunate circum- remember her ever- Mr. and Mrs. Th! have returisfid from spending sev- ra! cars at Calsarv where Mr. Fer- Af ter spending the weekend at j er------. _ m Carmangay Mrs. H. Wobick has re- guson attencec meetings 01 the i to "the citv. She was visit- IE PORTRAIT FRAMES IN ALL SIZES Sparkling crystal and hand carved metal. sflver, goid. A. L Cross Son THIRD AVEMJE S. COLORFUL PICTURES CARD TABLES Fireside Stand Association cf which he is He also spent a short time a' Banff to visit his falser. Mr. John Fer- guson. hospital ;o j3; home 'H Cslsarv snendins tR''------- the nast week visiting her brother-: asc in-laV and sister. 5S and Mrs. A. of kmoness cunng laeir sirug- W. Rider in Lethbridge. She lovea and was be- 1 loved bv the countless thousancs of Friends o' Mr Ironside iril! 1 children to whom s-ie taugnt, ecu- nleased io know he is making cational rudiments with -v a; Banff Mineral! understanding. Her interest in her Springs hospital -here he has been 1 .did not end mth _the__scnoo! he "Y" attendance of members is requested. The regular monthlv jneeting cf the Military Chapter LO.D-K. will be held in the Legion hall on Thurs- day. May 2. as pjn. Miss courer. for spending a a Vancouver visitor for two and -Kill attend the graduation of her cauchter. Miss Barbara, from _ St. Pauls hcsoital on Wecnesdav. May i. j "Weep cot. weep hot. She is n6t dead. She's onlv just soae borne-" Mr. and Mrs. Harvev s. Green-i f y have to the city from j ACtlVltlCS rieTCB isnencing the weekend at Calgarv. i Lucy Cooper, S-JT., mission- A Photo of the Bride T A Clarke Photograph of you on vour wedding day wiS. be treasured always. Make your appointment 2sOW. Wedding- Groups a. Specialty Clarke Studio Downstairs, 3IacFarland Bidg. Phone 2010 Three Watch Day Repa irs Yes, folks, now you caa have that watch repaired and reconditioned in only three days. All work done right on the premises and fully guaranteed. Harry Wheeler Jeweller Kresge April _. C: s ffisrly Anola Thompson W Coaldale. postponed to Weanesday evening, ana iTr. Gilmour, a former resident j of Medicine Hat, was a member of j The regular meeting of the Den- the Lethbridge Herald staff four tal Nurses' Association will be held vears ago, arior to joining the S.C. Wednesday, May 1, at 8 o'clock at the home of Miss Davina Forbes, 1102 Second Ave. S. After suencling the weekend In Calsarv, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Pat- erson and their daughter. Sonny Mae, returned to the city this after- noon. Thomas H. McCready, Jr.? of Lethbridge, azs gone to Calgary whsre he will attend pre-matric school. 27. A. ifacPhee and daugh- ter. Marty, of Sposaae, Wasfe_ are weekend visitors in Lethbridge. guests of the formers sister, iliss Earriette Lincsay- Chsxles A. Tackulic. medical stu- dent a; the University of Alberta. has returned to his home hare for the summer vacation period. Engagements Announced Mr iirs. Hope Oliver of Claresholm announce the engage- ment of their second daughter, Irma. to ilr. Daniel John Mac- Donald of Stavelv. The marriage wiii take ciace" at St. Paul's United church on May 4 at pjn. t i Yokes Form Sleeves tastier CINNAMON BUNS The rlrsi United Charch. Wom- en's Association will hold their regular meeting on Thursday, May 2, ar 3 pjn. in the church 'nan The Auxiliary to Cana- dian Forces will hold, their regular monthly meeting in the Legion hall oa Wednesday, May 1. at Hostesses. Mesdames Gibson, Kesler and Jahrig. Members of Dr. F. H. Mew- tjnrn Chapter I-OJME- asked to attend the funeral services being- held Wednesday afternoon for Jliss Edith Boles. t The Ladies' Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen will hold their regular meeting on Wednesday evening, Slay 1, in the 3LO.OJF. hall. All members of the drill team please note that there will be a practise at 1 o'clock of the same afternoon. Eostesses for.'the evening D. Connor. B. Do- meier, E. Cavldson, C. Daval, B. Eaves and L-. Ferrier. The regular meeting of St. An- drew's Presbyterian Ladies' Aid will be held on "Thursday, May 2. at 3 pjn. m the schoolroom. All women of the congregation are cordially iavited to attend. The Evening Auxiliary South- minster church, mil meet at the home of Miss B. Lewis, 1001 8th. Ave. S., on Wednesday, May 1, at 8 pjn. The Ladies' Auxiliary to the Array aad Navy Veterans will hold their regular meeting in the club rooms on. Wednesday, May 1, at 3 pjn. The regular monthly meeting of the Girl Guide Local Association -will be fc-eld in the Red Cross rooms on Wednesday, May 1, at 8 pjn. A full attendance Is requested to dis- cuss and plan for the Chief Guide's rally to be held ia Mewata stadium, Calgarv, on Monday, May 13. The closing social of the MJ.A. of the Lethbridge ward of the LJXS JUST OPENED VOGUE Beauty Parlor 408 13th Street X. Phone 2287 Miss Josephine Arnold In. Charge Mr. Price, just returned from five years service overseas, Till join this staff June 1st. E. PRICE, Manager and Proprietor in Conadc Light you bake with Fi FleJschmann's active Fresh Yeast gives you full value, because it's full-strength, fast-acting. Bakes better bread, tastier buns, IF YOU BAKE AT HOME, order Fleischmann's Fresh Yeast fromyoar grocer today. This dependable yeast with the familiar yellow label has been Canada's favorite for over 70 years. Always fresh, at your grocerS 3y AXXE ADAMS Sure-to-succeed style for active i or spectator sports is this resuly smart, new shirtwaister! Pattern 4529 is simple to sew and simply j aeJJghtiuI lo summer. Pattern 4523 comes in sizes 14. 16 18, 20- 32, 34. 36. 38. 40, 42, Size j 16 takes yards 33 inch. Send 20 cents to the Lethbridge j Herald. Pattern Dept, for each pat- j tern. Two weeks' time should be i allowed for pattern to reach you. Use This Coupon. Print Your j Name and Address Plainly. To: The LethbridRc Herald, j Pattern Dept_ tcthbridse. Alia, i Pattern 4529, Size......i Name Address MISS LUCY COOPER, R.N. of Akidu, India Missionary on furlough, will give an address illus- trated with slides on "INDIA" AT FIRST BAPTIST CHINCH Wed., May 1st 8 p.m. ALL WELCOME IMPORTANT XOTICE of wed- in this anaear in Herald. must be reported as soon as the event has taken place. Local wedding accounts will not be printed this ruling is observed. An- nouncement that the wed- ding has taken place, with details omitted, may be nrinted as any time. District wedding accounts must also be sent in imme- diately if details are- to be published. women's nationality rights. Local Residents at Calgary Function Approximately 20 guests from Lethbridge attended the annual banquet and dance neJci by the Gas Co. at the Palliser hotel in Calgary at the weekend. They included Mr.' and Mrs. Harvey Greenway. Sir. J and Mrs, P. Paterson, Mr. and Mrs. S. Eavison. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Twyford. 2klr. and Mrs. R. T. Clif- ford Mr- and Mrs. I. livingssoa. Miss Iris Morrison. Mr. and Mis. J. Anderson and tne Messrs. Prfn- gle, E. Cormack and W. Eraser. Lemon Juice Recipe Checks Arthritic Pain Quickly If JOT jsffie GT dux xacKpcnS2Te baew irish cf mxz. odd tic jsicr of 4 lesata. lit osj xod plcuaac. YOB need oclj 2 oMgpooBfals rVm iij. Oftrrs w-dua 4S reels are obalacd. If the paiss arc nor 3sd if yet: CO ooc fed PfesciipQaa will cos: to Yocr rTOr-ry if or feel trors-oct. old becacse blowi need: rsore iroa. Introductory HELPS PREVEKT PERSPIRATION SPOTS AND ODOR WITHOUT lllltlTATIMC THC SKIN ARKJD gives yo.u double protection. It protects you from perspiration odor, and helps protect your clothes from perspin- noa spots. Anid is an odorless deodorant, with the fine; texture; of a beauty cram. j It vanishes immediate j results. 'With Anid, you are absolutely I joy yourself wherever of the weather. Protect your daintiness and chann -ivith Arrid. Start using it today. It is very exonomicaL. 39e and 59e. lets todsr- If delighted Ttith -riser, -rital- ity and pep that make you fed norrsallT TTOtrcper, maker refunds its low price. Por cale at all ctcres where. ARRIO The Largeii SeUing Oeodcrant .J CAHCSK WITH ALBERTA GOVERNMENT CANCER SERVICES The Provincial Department of Health operates two cancer Diagnostic Clinics: (1) At Holy Cross Hospital, Calgary, every Friday afternoon from 2 pjn. to 6 pjn. (2) At the Provincial Building, Edmonton, every Tuesday and Friday, from 9 ajn. to 1 pjn. To be admitted to the Clinics, patients must present the offi- cial form signed by their family physician. Diagnosis is free and subsequent treatment by X-rays, Radium or Surgery is free, if authorized in writing by the Clinic. Free nospitalization is restricted to the diagmostic period, if hospilaiization is necessary for that purpose, for a period not ex- ceeding fourteen days. Officers and Patrons of the Alberta Branch of the Canadian Cancer Society: Patron....................................His Majesty the Kinsr Honorary Presidents........................Dr. J. S. McEachem Dr. W. H. McGoffin President ........................-.....Mr. Alexander Calhonn Vicc-President ............................Mr. W. M. Porterficld Treasurer ....................................Mr. WaHer Geddes Secretary ...................................Mr. G. M. PeUinger SAVE PRECIOUS LIVES'- GIVE TO CONQUER CANCER. ALBERTA NEEDS "Early detection and treatment of Cancer can save thousands of precious Canadian lives each says -well-informed authorities. But early detection and treatment cry for Education! Research! Service and Treatment Facilities! These great needs require money. Please do your part. Your donations today may help a loved yon, tomorrow. Give generously! Give NOW! SEND YOUR DONATION TODAY Provincial Headquarters, The Canadian Cancer Society, 122-Sth Ave. W., Calgarr, Alberta. I endO5e S................ to fight Cancer in my prorince. It is understood that yon -will seed me a statement of your activities and expenditures for tk? 12 months eadiac April 30.1947. Pror., EWSFAFERI WSPAPEM ;