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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEDNESDAY, JUNE MILADI i Phone 4040 LOCAL COUPLE S3 YEARS Mr. and Mrs. George Blacker of 1225 B Sixth Aie. are celebrating their 65th OF FATE Mrs I'.sn Wilson, formerly cf June 5. They been res-ideals of bncge ior 19 >ears. having ccnie here from Esglano. Mrs. Blacker :s S2 old WOAfftf AJIUL'MJ SKETCH CLVB SCHOOL LARGELY ATTENDED __ Thieves with a taste for preserved fruit helued themselxes ironi the stock of "Mrs. C. X. Long of Ed- 5 monton. She sported to police i Tuesday that 30 quarts had been ff stolen from her basement fruit es. good health although Blacker hac the inisfortune to slip and iracture isonie nbs Mr. Speaker Gaspard Pauteux. armc laughter, in the Ccnuiions at Ottawa. TXiesday. !eit it to tne laaies j who Msn the parhanientary galler- les whether they sill wear nats tn lutare. the 01 ihe sea are us ways of fate. As we voyage along through hie: Tis the set or a sosil Thai decices its gosi. EQI lie calm of ihe strife. a- Pmcner Creek cnor to re-, to their home ra Calgary, j j. Their eight children in- clude Mrs. W. and Mrs. F. Ciark in England ana Mrs. W. Pickfore, Mrs. Personals s. B Srubbs of Abbotsfcrd. f 1 B C a a Lethbndge a guest I C. 3. Batsforc. George. Wil- a- iiareiits. ISSUE. and James, j Mrs. M. Richards and Mas E. j j Richards were Lethbndge visitors s j Tuesday from Collingwooa, Cot. Women delegates, for the first iiijic attendmg synod sessions in the Anglican diocese of No.a Scotia, were welcomed by Bishop G. Kingston at tnree-day a Lethbridge Sketch club summer school, which open- ed in the citv Mondav with H. G. A.R.C.. of Cal- gary, instructor, is eniojmg ihe largess, arieadance 12 its history with apprciOLmateh- 2O artists taking advantage of the sessions including art students of the city anti dis- trict as well as from Peace When weather per- mits, students are sketching ana painting industrial sec- tions of the citj as well as the cculees and prairie. C- 4 i Under The Bridge BRITISH WAR BKIDE Mrs. J. D. Nickel. British bride, who arriied in Canada Sun- day aboard ihe Lady Nelson, is ex- pected to reach her new home %-onja'o McxUcine Hat Thursday. I XOT SAME PERSON Tne R Imeson mentioned in police court items of June 4. is not ihe Robert iBob) G. imeson of 721- 14'.h Street South. Victoria Hat Halifax do tomatoes too. when they are on i the market, because they are going t! tn hf scarce for anotiier three The grocer said prunes and to i vears' COUNCIL 3------------ In new- of the fact that Menoay has been declared a statutory non- the next regular meeting of the council has been set for Tuesday 69 75 67 76 75 72 66 S3 41 48 40 40 45 55 49 43 49 50 .os .01 "I .11 'raisins have alreadv advanced two Mrs. Guy Lombardo, wife of the cents a pound and syrups have gone EX ROUTE TO JASPER Bisg Crosby of film faine was a in Spokane, Wash. Tuescav Y1S1 tory on June i Rev. Father Mrs. Herbert Wal'er of Spring Mas Betty Dcx-an hss left for Murray officiating. The briae a ore Coulee lelt the Calaarv to "attend the McDonald- 3 coapel caugni uith a day evening for Sdcioaton where taking place tocay. I o; erooroiderec lace anc ccrrjed :ed tnn Grand Canadian-born orchestra leader. up approximately 5 and 10 cents a. evening" en route io Jasper Nation- al Park where he will co-star in a production with Miss Joan Fon- taine. attend tne Grand Chap- ter rctes and caiZa She wat tended by her Bister. JGss Stuart Johnston leased aoxn and kissed her Great can. Starch ivrhen jou can get in Dane. was bitten ;o is ao two cents a package. i severely tha; she to haie 20, "I! the women don't get stnchei taken -n her face and 30 {to canning needn't blame their in one hand. store-keeper because prices are go- SCHOOL GRANT HERE ITPED ing up. When there is a surpius Though raost of the Southern Al- ol gocds. prices get lower but wnen large school units are with showers av and TUuiscav. Not much ,___nge in temperature. Uight Brands j becoming east 15 Thursday. Low tonight at lietfabridge 50. High 1 Thursday 62. Medicine Eat Cloudy showers todav and Thursday. Cool- er Tharsdavr Southeast winds 20 yLPS. shifting to east winds Thursdav. Low ionight at Medi- cine Hat 55. High Thursday 65. was Mr. and Mrs. R. Ball of Natal. B.C. Tuesday Honoring fsro British war bndes, a reception. Tr.e coup.e :or a -Aedding mp 10 points south. nnnker tiunng the war. is reco-.er- sng and being treated by plastic surgeons in Toronto. the division DANCE at the TRIANON TONIGHT id every Wednesday and Saturday Night MUSIC BT DOW'S RHYTHMERS Births Sow-man school ning at 8 p.as. They -isiil resice 12 Medicine on Thursday lodge at tne j :h street June Mr. and accompanied s. A. E. McDonald. bv Miss Mary Me-, The Kev. V. Eichealatib left the Here He -snli return onj A Belgian girl, who blow-n UD and oarneci in a German i oeniano. esceeos tne DlauUuS oi a. r _, T he said. Fo-emo't school division Mr. and Mrs. IA. vvray cut Lethbrcge Alice Berrj-) announce the birtn of HOSPITAL PATIENT j a son. Milton Dale, on June 3rd at Miss Ruth Batsford is a patient goo Owen "Willianis. superviror. said Gait Hospital. in Gait; hospital ironi an" :ocay. "Greater need" "was the rea- operauon for appendicitis and may en. iisiiois. COCKSHTTT COMING Gordon C. Cockshur. president of the Canadian Chanioer of Ccni- nierce, and Don. L. Morrell. secre- 1 tary of the organization, will be in Lethbridge on .Friday. June 7. Dur- ea''v of the ing tne dav they will meet with the of the Lethbridge Board Obituary The Ladies' Socierj of the B. of_______ _ LJF and S.. Sunalta lodge 679, are) Medicine Hat district." Mrs. councils Deaths attend ding the McDonaid-Doran wed- city Wednesday. Missouri syaoc. j Thursday. Mrs. Paul Suschel was in the city Tuesday from Waxnon National Park. 1 Engagements Announced Mrs. A. P. Anderson and son. j John, have arrived :n the city by plane from Quebec and are jthe j KSSL? Pred 1 The eaagemeat is announced of muncsoa. Elea, eldest daughter of tie the Hon. James G. Gardiner. Do- and Otiavra, to Mr. William Colorful Metal LAWN CHAIRS I_A_ to the Canadian Legion B.E.S.L. No. is holcing a special general meeting Thursday after- noon at AH memoers are requested to be present. holding their regular mee'ing in the I.OO.F. hali Thursdaj evening, June 6, at, 8 o'clock. The Women's Associsaon of the First United cnarch will nold their regular meeung on Thursday, June 6. at 3 m the hall. Hostesses are Mrs. 3. Reid and Mrs. I. SL The Women's Association of the; Emmeison. SaDnst Church will meet on Thursday, at 3 in the Sun- The regular business meeting of day School hall provide one Ail laoies are tation. pansh and are welcome. St. John Ambulance Nursing Division, will meet the Devme. who aas been residing with Of Trade and the Lethbndge Junior her daugnter Mrs V." S. Benson of chamber of Commerce. They are 1511 Sixth Ave. S.. passed away in making a tour of the west. a citv hosmtal Wednesday morning a; the age of 79 ears. The wife POSITIONS HERE of tne late John Devine. who ranch- "succeeding T. H. Caudwell, re- manager of the James Hich- away on Wed- nesday. June 5th. Mrs. Harriet Ee- Tin" aged 79 years, beloved mother of Mrs. S" Benson of 15Il-6th j Ave S. The remains will be for- warded to Semans. Sask-. for ser- vices and interment in the fatnilv j FAKS1EKS- l-XIOX RALLY There will be a Sub-District RaHy of the Alberta Farmers' Union at Magrath on June 15th at which resolutions of interest to farmers will be taken up. election of officers for the coming jear. and speakers on the Farmers' Union and prob- lems from Edmonton, as well as L. E. Phans on the progress being made with amalgamation with the TTJP.A- and AJ.A. and a report on the last meeting of the executive bv the director, Kenneth C. Long. There will also be mov- ing oictures dealing with a suo- ject of interest to farmers and a ball game. Non-members are ui- vited to attend as well ss members. ed south of Medicine Hat from 1891 j cetitly retired, as ma to 1905, she came from Belfast, Leihbndge branch of Ireland. After Albsrta they raovec where the death of her hus- bana occarred a few years ago. ror Russell Stevenson, son of Senator j Cross rooms. Thursday. June John J. Sssvenson and Mrs. Steven- j 6. at S PJK. Drill from son ot Hesma and OiKiwa. The weeding will take place at Lem- 1 berg on July L Weddings "Wearing a white gown with fitted jersev bodice and full net skirt, Anne Ruth, daugnter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Stank, became the bnce of Mr. Brian "William Smith, son of Mrs. W. Finlan of Port Ar- thur. Cut- and Mr. William Smith of Sdrsonton, at St. Patrick's rec- Today's Reflection Teen age sofls are going all A Treasure Among Your Souvenirs... A PHOTOGRAPH OF YOUR CHILD Let toe Clarke Studio give you a, permanent record of the youthful charm of your child through a true-to-life photograph that will be treasured through the years. CLARKE STUDIO Downstairs, McFzriand BIdg. Bhone 2010 PHONE 4058 AND A TAXI WILL BE AT YOUR DOOR WITHIN A FEW MINUTES SODA FOUNTAIN and NEWS STAND XEXT BUS STATION STEVE'S TAXI aftemoo: will serve tea. The British. Israel Federation trill hold their regular meeting in the G. Masson- Firsi Aid practice and I ____ arrangements ior First Aid Post at! -for Slacks rolled haif way up to Henderson Lake. their faoobv socks and sloppy sweaters. These ihings are fine ior The notice aaaeanng in Tuesday j sports -oi camping trips but are evening's Herald to ihe effect that! certainly nor suitable for street wear Miss Sditii Young would lecture ac! or appearing a; the dinner or sup- FSrst Church of Cnnst, Scientist per taole in homes. There is a time on Weanesdav evening at 8 o'clock I and place for everytnpg Tne c-- was erroneous. The regular Wed-! iightiul custom, wnicn 4.0. nesdav evening tesomon- meeting i more gracious iivmg, 01 win place o'clock as usual j Tne regular monthly meeting afternoon at 3 o'clock. Mrs Lucnia from the clothes they have been wearing all dav 10 something fresn before the evening meai will make a bnzhter atmosphere in the home and lift the morale of the people m i Warns Women To Start Canning Women of Southern Alberta are warned to get busv and can their own vegetables and fruit and also j to prepare to go back to the good old-fashioned way of making soup S because prices are going to scar 10 or 15 tier cent on many of These eonunodiDes fall, according to a local grocer. Tell the women to can some Oi the wonderful asparagus grotni here light now. They better be sure to leaving southern j and Sons Ltd., T. D. Rus- rec to Semans, i seu has taken up residence here ig been transferred from w'lere he was assistant; man- ager. Harold Kay of Regina, has also been transferred to the local staff and arrived in the city at the week-end. HIGHWAY DEVELOPMENT During the Lethbncge Board of Trade's international goodwill mee_- mg, which is to be held June 14 and 15. one of the discussions will con- cern "The Future of Our Hlgn- A review of the provincial rangeaients and the remains will be fora arced to Semans, Sask, for funeral and interment. PASSES IN CALGARY Service for Mrs Archie Macdonald. 43, who died at fcer residence. Calgary, Tusscay mem- ing, will be held Friday in. Calgary. Born in Macleod, Mrs. Macdonald was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. H .W. MacDougall. Mrs. Macdonald moved to Calgary 31 vears ago and worked in tne tele- phone office two years before her marriage. She was a member of Sandstone Rebekah lodge No. 83 and of Grace church. Surviving besides her husband are one daugh- ter. Mrs. Jack W. Lee; two sons, j WOOT John and Malcoim; and three! USING ALBERTA WOOL granddaughters, all in Calgary; one I Monoay nignt a., sister, Mrs. L. M- Kennedy, Mac- highway program will be made, with a view to determining what work is necessary for 1S47. and of mak- ing the boards of trade conscious of these various needs. The resolutions passed at the meeting in Great Fslls "March will be studied. or highway meeting. leoc; four brothers, "VvTUiam Mac- CoiiEall. Edmonton: Harry and Frank in Eetroit, Mich.; and Gor- don in Calgary. hotel a gathering the Marouis of local retail ARTISTS We have a supply of Van Gogh Rounds and Flats Canada Paint Wallpaper Store Phone 2513 men's clothing merchants were given a, chance to see just what Canadian Trull'; are starting to turn out in j the line of suitings for men. Two mills in Canada today are now manufacturing worsted cloths from the sheared wool to the finished produci and are taiang all the wool MAXT ATTEXD KITES Special music featured funeral plot. Martin Bros, funeral service. directors of; 1145! awav on Tues- June 4th. Annie Bremer, aged beloved wife of Mr. Wil-, liam Petne of 14S-20th St. North, j Services will be held in Martin Bros Chapel on Thursday at 2 p.m-. the Pev E. L. Garvin officiating. In- terment in Mountain View ceme- tery- Martin Bros, directors of funeral service. In Memoriam In loving memory of dear Wiiiis Tulloch. who died on June Nothing can ever take away. j Tfce love a heart holds dear, 1 Fond memories linger every cay. Remembrance keeps him near- j remeaaoered by his, mother. Mrs. A. Tulloch and his -_ T 1 OPEN TONIGHT TILL 9 O'CLOK WE DELIVER PHONE 3364 Jacksoiu Draffin The Family Drug Store Phone 2364 sister-in-law Mrs. familv. Tulloch and 1106 Cards Of Thanks Mr and Mrs. Farrel and poreen to the nurses, doctors, to Canadian Legion, those who cards, and inquired about her during her illness in hospital. 110' FISH REELS Priced from 79c to NorthLethbridge Hardware a large group 01 fnends_ ana rela- to the TRACTOR TIRES, TUBES RIMS complete changeovere. Trimbles For Tires 316-lltli St. S- Fhone 3007 MAYFAIR-VOGUE'S WEEK-END SPECIALS Stylish Suits Wool boucles, tweeds, shepherd and hounds- tooth checks, smooth suede fact a varietj" of fabrics and col- that will make them ors difficult to resist in popu- lar gold, limp, navy and aqua. Deep armlioles. soft dressmakers, offering all the new style notes for suits. Reg. to 20% off 100 PURSES Clearance of genuine leather, simulated leather, fabrics, summery homespun and pastels. These are well fitted and neatly made. You'll want to put one of the better bags away for your new costume, Reg. S2.95 to S14.95. 20 to OFF Blouses Jerseys, striped cot- tons, sheers, spuns and bengalines. Long and short sleeves, popular styles. Good size range Reg. to S5.95 20% to Off A collection of the pret- tiest straws and felts imaginable. Flower hats, off the face and brims, are flattering and attractive Reg. to FAIR VOGUE LIMITED tives in attendance. Many tokens were receh ed in tnoate to j the deceased and formed a beau- j tiftil background 10 the service con- ducted by the Hev. E. L. Gar-vin. Committal took place m tae family plot. Mountain View cemetery. Lethbridge. Pallbearers were: John Armitt, David Cunningham. Htign Cunningham, cnnsnaa Ploinp, Ivor Smith, David Adamson Woollen "Mills bv the "Wool Growers' "POSTHOLE" APPEARS A bright new publication. "The Pesthole." is now circulating on the campus of the University of Alberta. Jack Beaton of Medicine Hat is director of the little paper which is the organ of the January session at trie university. The 30- page yearbook of this class, now being compiled will simnly oe known as "January Class 1946' ana is ex- oected to anpear the end of July. Yearbook director is N. P. Dash- forth of Taber: editor in chief, vv. P. Campbell. Edmonton. Don't Make This Mistake When Child Is Constipated Don't x alreaay onset 'bf ttipznos with Easty-tastinz laxatives or fcaish. Brijj.ac cathartics- Give Chfldren's Own ne" corrective snade e- pseisly for to plaasact to so aor- jSHtiy -wjtbort reactions that even ihe Iassiest chCd won't object to their cse. tnne easv on tie chHd and yourself, mother: Get Owa Tzbists today xZ your Announcements DR. D. A. RYLANDS DKSTIST Phone 2497. (Not yet listed m 1784 Drs. Campbell, Bryans, Brown and Tuttle On and after June 1. 1945, this office will close at 6 pm. No eve- ning, hohdav or Sundav office hours. 906 NOTICE HI-HATTERS ORCHESTRA Under new management. POT- future engagements Phone Iklart, 3344; or Ernie, 4301. 1013 WHIST DRIV3 AND DANCE In the Eagles' Hall TONIGHT. Cards 8-30 pjn. Dancing 10 pjn. loloh ML OPTOMETRIST Second Floor- Pbone 3857 -EATON'S Lethbridge PHONE 4456 For guaranteed repairs to all makes of crashers and small gas engines. Lethbridge Appliances MAYTAG SALES SERVICE sn-stn st. s. Alf Calhonn Bruce Durfee Social and Dance tinder the auspices of L. A. to Canadian Legion on Friday, June 7 Social Dancing MR. KEW'S ORCHESTRA Gents 35c- Ladies 23c. EVERYBODY NEW YORK FURRIERS FUR STORAGE Our newly equipped cooler system fur storage vault offers complete protection for your precious furs during the summer months Bring them in now. Let a furrier with a world-wide knowledge and over 35 vears 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 ail-risk policy at no extra cost. Choose New Furs Now AT New York Fur and Dress Shop FAMOUS FOR FINER FTRS Third Avenue South Opposite Library Look to "Your Record Centre" for the Latest Hits THE INK Back Again, better than ever, singing ffi THE GYPSY" (coupled with) "Every One Is Saying Hello Again" Decca Record No. 10317 .................60 C Now available at BROWNS 'Your Record Centre' CHfilSTENSENEROS. PHONE 28O2 )AY OR NIGHT CHAPEC Summer Bags June CLEARANCE SALE 88c 52.88 Hand-mace in Haiti GREATLY REDUCED All head.' Gloves Good selection to choose from. Sale, pair 1st Section Hats A nice assortment one bargain priced' 2nd Section Hats Many darling styles to choose xrom. eszes. 3rd Section Hats Eats for every taste, every costume and every' occasion. Sale priced. 4th Section Hats Bvery one a fashion star with both heart and' eye appesl, and yours for only 5th Section Hats J3 QQ Completely feminine, fashion-wise glamor carry you all through summer. Clearance price only DARLING HAT SHOP Next to Roxy Theatre 5th St. S., Lethbridge SPAPFRf ;