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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SEC THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD -w 4 ILADI WOMEN {S primate of "ail "Canada received C i pair of gloves in honor of -.fie which aH churches toy Quota Club Sends Girls To "Y" Camp j Quota Club members. S to the "Y" cainp i at Waterwu National Part for tiro weeks. Tiier also Lions Officers Under The Bridge ft _ I _ A. J I _ _ r _ Are Elected JMELCH1OK MAY RETCRN 1 Plans are being made by Melchior. Danish tenor or u A .c., followeo. by in- I acrossjCanada. W.___- erf 4 A A 4 1 SPORTIXG GOODS ATTRACTIVE i Sporting stoods have recently ap- j peared in local stores in j quantities, bringing back a pre-war DH- D. A. RYLANDS DSXTXST Phone 2497. CSot vet listed in 1784 Miss Mary Pozzebon left Kodak Snaps Enlared A.E. CROSS SON THIRD AVENTE S. Brass Curtain Rods 25 C Curved Curtain RodsSOc Extension. Rods from 28 to 86" Mrs. J. Powell arrived injie cizv Thursday from Grea- here. iQU2lS On evening Mrs. M- S- at a party compliment to Mrs. Meadows" of Palm Spririgs. Cauf., who is -vis-ling her motaer, iirs. Percv Mrs Huah D. Taylor of Toronto, missions executive secre- Women's Missionary So- ciefi- of the United Church of Can- ass' M-SSSKK Angola. Such Cute Puppies values on life and livmg vstn an even balance between the heart anc the head so that neither one wU tnin away with you. There are manv who have attained tne aca- demic standing without being well! educated just as there .are inose: who are well educates withou; tne academic ir k WEADICK FEATURED The anniversary issue of "Cana- dian Cattleman" of Calgary cover page carries a reproduction of Guy Weadick of High" River taken from, an oil pamtins bv Ted Schnitz. It! ;OT also carries his life story in which j he is characterized by the editor j as "Dean of Hodeo Producers." j Drs. Campbell. Bryans, Brown and Tuttle On and after June 1. 1946, this v.-il! close at 6 pjn. No eve- holidav or Sunday office hours SCo NOTICE HI-HATTEES ORCHESTRA Under new manageraent. future engagements Phon ar Smie. 4301. 101 AT THE TRIANON TONIGHT AND EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT Ml'SIC BT DOW'S RHYTHMERS Births Mr and Mrs. Dale Cassidy ol CKJ? a4aource the birth of a daugh- ter, Phyllis Esther. 011 June 4th. at tit Hospital. 1153 In Memoriam la memory of Mary Anne Todd. who died June 7, 1942. _ Dear mother, you are not lorgotten. Though on earth vou are no more. Still in memory you are with us, "is vou always were before Ever remembered by her family i I Engagements Announced Mr. J. P. PaBir- an- Britain's first -s-oman tennis chamtJion, Miss Maud TTaison. SI. died at her Coanaouih home. She 1 title as Tvunbledos m Ashbrook. 47. of MitcheU. t "o7" their i Keb- former newspaper woinan _ nounce-the engagernent of died Wednesday after a lo- i The -ssredding wiU take place i i f" Central Church of Christ, July j dauHirter of Mrs. o iiixjuough and ihe late Mr. McDonougn of Calgary, to Stops Skin Tortire -Almost INSTANTLY Acts QnicJilr to ease Irritaeos oi Sezeoa. Bashes. Itca- Fest and tcost common eitsr- nsllv caEESd sfcls trcables. HealtiiT Eealiag. a lew drops re- ac KZ application. Satis'sctiOE or raooe.. cjiesriulis" rs'snded. a- small original oottie Oi. KOONrTS KMSRAiD OIL todar spplT as directed you'll be sur- prised and delighted. STOKES DRUG CO. LTD. KITSOX BBUG STOKE 3.C, announce the en- of their second daughter, i Kathleen Betty, to Mr. Hubep Samuel Frowse. fourtii son ot iir. i and Mrs. J. H. Prowse of Letn- 1 bridge. The wedding will take i June 19, ac Holy Trinity cnurcn, i Kelson- Mr and Mrs. W. Koepke, Pic- iture Butte, zmnounce the engage- ment of their daughter. Tola, to Mr. Eavmond Ostrnm. The wedcing vnU take place at the United church, Picture Butte. Wednesday, June 15 The engagement is announced of Rummage SALE Sponsored by the L.O.B.A. m the Trades and Labor Hall 203-13th St. X_ OR Saturday, June 8 At DJn. AT HENDEKSOX LAKE The Henderson Lake lames held i their" weekly competition on "Wed- j of Kanton. The marriage w place on June 23 in Calgary. Mr. and Mrs. D. Degaust an- nounce the engagement of their voongest oauahter, Amy Gwen, to Gordon HowLand Brooks, son of Mr. and Mrs. R- P. Brooks of this nesdav with a good attendance. C. Ciendennan ana Turcctte tied for the honors. Mrs. C. M. Fletcher won the prize donated bv the executive for the Lost novel idea for raising runes JT- the ladies" section. Sefreshmems were served witn Jenkins, Mrs. Walton and Mrs. Dawson as hostesses. The hostesses for next Wednesday are Mrs. Clen- dennan. Mrs. Turcptte and Mrs. E. Maclean. The Friday evening com- petitions are to he resumed begin- ning June 14th, at. 6 p.m. HOIJ> GES'GHAM DANCE AXD BOX SOCIAL Lethbridge Ladies' Junior Cham- ber of Commerce entertained mem- bers of the Jaycees at a gingham dance and box social in the Mar- quis hotel recently with, prizes be- ing awarded as follows: Best decor- ated bos. Mrs. Jean. Hendry: cloor cite- The wedding wiU take place award. Mr. and Mrs. V. Griffin. June 29, at St. Mary's church. WOMEN I think there we mote clever every More -women tncw the value of ____j to be Jet their heeds save their hands, time and money. Clever -women always on the look-out for labor-saving to shorten -working hours and to lengthen the hours of leisure. Clever put forth every egort to prevent illness. They use antbeptics freely to protect their family from infection. I think the clever -woman today uses FOR-ALL. (formerly Chor-afl) the modern household aid. FOR- ALL on laundry day safely bleaches linens and cottons -without -wear and tear from nibbing. FOR-ALL safely removes stains. The clever wosaan knows how effective FOR- ALL is in banishing marks from sinks and bathtubs, leaving them HOSPiTAL CLEAN. The cfever -woman uses 10-drops o! FOR-ALL to a glass of -water as a gargk. and as a first-aid wash for cuts and vroands. The clever woinan reads the label on the big. krw-priced FOR-ALL bottle to learn the correct and safe proportkss for ALL the uses of FOR-ALL FAIRWEW CHEMICAL COMPANY UWITtO ,ijits FAiKyil-H fuwmitcd- JREGINft Weddings DC Anna------Krall St. Steph- en's Chanel. Natal, B.C.. Mary, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert A. Krall. became the bride of Mel De Anna, son of Mr. Joseph, ite Anns. The bride, siven in marriage by her father, wore a floor-length sown of white satin with a Snger- tip veil and carried a bouquet of calla lilies. The bridesmaids were Miss Helen Katrichak and Miss Jane Jarolin. Mr. R. Dorattv and Mr. Albie Krai! supported the groom: i Following the wedding breakfast i and a reception in the evening. Mr. j and Mrs. De Anna left on a trip to Letnbridge. Activities Here Tee regular monthly meeting of tae Catholic "Women's League will be held tcrught. rriday, June 7th at 8 o'clock in St. Patrick's High School. Since this is the last rrast- inF before the summer's recess, a fuU attendance is requested. The Ladies' Auxiliary to the Ca- nadian Legion will hold a, socia' and dance fxiday. June 7. to which William Pabro was M.C. for the etenins. Hospital News Friends of Miss Vilda Whitney will be pleased to know that she is progressing favorably following an aanendectomy in the Carmangay hosoitaL Miss A. Ramsay, who has been a patient in Gait hospital for the jast two months, has returned to ler home. "Mrs. Chris Gibson is a tjatierii .a Gait hospital undergoing treat- ment. The Junior Aid of St. Michael' Hospital are holding their annual j Lethbridge were guests at the La j 25c. 1195' Salle hotel in Chicago s Loop dis- _______ tries a short time In this hotel NAMED TO BOARD 58 persons lost their lives in a Sre j nax-id King, deputy min- of mysterious orisin this week. Mr.j of trade and industry, has a of the Meetings The regular meeting of the Junior Chamber of Commerce schedideci June 10th, has oeen iSstponed "to Thursday, June 13tn. to the holiday. Daniel told the Herald that, the hotel was rather old but very com- fortable and wen operated. BEAUTY PARLOR CODE Action on the prs'jcstd code for reaulatirg beautv parlors in Alberta will be deferred "until the next cau- cus of Social Credit members of the egislaiure has had an opportunity :o discuss it. Hon. C- E. Gerhart. minister of trade and industry, has announced in Edmonton. "We want j-f directors of the Irrigation District Sugar Refinery j Liugted. according to tne Alberta Gazette. ____ HEADACHES pers on codes in the min- ister said. Blindinf pain, eon- Uwobbinj cm make Efe a GOIXG TO ALASKA Dr. Aamodt, who was until a few i years ago in charge of the field j croos decartment of the Alberta; College of Agriculture at the tTni- lersity. now connected -scith the u-S. j cepartment of agricalture. passed j through the city on Thursday on bis i tray to Alaska, and while here con- ferred with Dr. Pairfield. JBr. was recently chosen qy u.S. congress to head a mission to un- dertake agricultural research in Ideal Fragrant Cream Hand and Face Lotion 3-oz. Bottle 25c Made by ourselves from the oid "original formula Jackson Drain The FamUy Dm? Store Phone 336i Eab generously into theta, 3__- Tttliof lllftT. Eab generously mra fWaay. June 7. to wmcn and get the blessed relief that this j the public is invited. Social wiU ce i grestrabbing liniment has been bring- j to pjn. followed by ing to people for over 60 years. For all i retiring. sprains, twists, aches sad soreness ol _ r The regular meeting 01 Laurei Chapter No 43. CXE.S.. win be held on Mondav. June 10. at 8 pan. in Masonic HaU. A cordial wel- gpTIiLLKSj muscle or 3 oints; for colds and oroiaar; sore throst; for dandruff and disorders. Miaard's is excellent, Get bottle today. TjM ARD'S LINIMENT Electrolux Cleaners Sales Service Supplies Phone 4481 12S4-3rd Ave. S. Electrolm (Canada) limited FOR BARBERS Kotice is given la the latest issue of the Alberta Gazette that William Howard has been appointed an ex- aminer for Leihbricge ana district for barbers, succeeding the late H. H. LIBRARY TO CLOSE In observation of the King's birthday the library will be closed all day" Monday, June 10. CONDUCT FUNERAL Friends joined in paying tribute to the late Mrs. Annie Bremer Petrie at funeral services which were held Thursday afternoon from Martin Bros, chapel. The wife of Willian Petrie of'Lethbridge, she passed away on June 4. The impressive; rites were conducted by Rev. E. L. Garvin with a beautiful array of floral tributes in view. Interment! was in Mountain View cemetery, Pall bearers were: John Stewart James Goldie, Thomas An- derson, B. Harris, Waiter Willson, Elmer Bennett. love mischief-----even. our cute embroidered ones get ?t Evrvbodv loves puppies so catch these on your tea toweis tte true-to-life colors or gay bright ones: mainly, in cross outline stitches. Pattern T- Of 6 motifs about oxS tern. Two weeks' time snoula be allowed for pattern to reach yoo_ Use This Coupon. Print Your Same and Address Plairuy. to ptrform their Dornul duty of filtering pm- toooux mstes Mood. If remunin the sjsten. bwkiche. riasu- punt, firturbed rtit miy pften fol- low. DoiTi KiJoey Pifls help jwr eleir ooUrouUe-mikin? poisoni and jou fed vark better. Gel todiy. HEDGE SHEARS LIMITED QUANTITY North Lethbridge Hardware UfcJ ..W Alaska for three or four months. -4-1111 i I i 1 111'- j i MOVED Z ED. SCsCLAER, BARBER i, I From basement shop near 2 Hudson's Bay T f To Lethbridge Hotel f With BZU T I T I T T T 11 'T-T-T-WI T IT To: The Lertibriage Hepld, U. JL.AJ.C _ _. Pattern Dept, Lethbndse. AUa. Pattern Name Address G. H. JONG Estab. In Canada 27 rears. Hera roi GiiU Blafl- Shovels JUST RECEIVED A Shipment of Irrigat- TOMORROW ONLY FACE POWDER !Y ARTISTS We have a supply of Van Gogh Rounds and Flats Canada Paint Wallpaper Store Phone 2513 By Clarke Are Prized Possessions A Clarke weeding photograph will be a lasting remembrance of your big moment... one of your prized possessions. EC-live this cay many umes through a natural, perfect Clarke photo- graph. Make your appointment now. Colored Photos your opjportcraity to bscoine the matchlesi qualities of Ijir Face For linsc in Canada, and for a limited time onK. a regular 2.00 box of famous powdrr the mnnorahic fragrance mar be obtained for 1.00. Finely-mi'M for loni- Vatrr Lily Powder in IKO special one for