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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1946 MILADI WOMEN WOKLD leather J. I. Murray officiated. Given in inamage by her lather, the bride wore white satin fioor- length gown, her long veil, earned 1 by tiio flower girls, was held in i place by a crown ihapec headdress. Four Alberta students of the thea- j and she carried red roses and white ______ gladioli. Miss Seth Siieua to th" Basil School of Faie Arts, of honor. Mr. J. Donald Cameron, director, an- j attended the groom. Mrs. A. trounced Weorescay they are Aita Brander played the wedding nonton Eric Vta- p_ san. Phone 4040 as taotner, Mrs. Mitchell, of Eric Vta- p_ sang. ouest Harrheac; Stanley Swaren. Following the ceremonj a recep-; and Allan Kerr, Cai- 11 as held for a relatives and gary. r-e New Zealand Ftcerated Wo- n's ng suhs-cripuoas to a Vim- f appreciation fund. 1 se sent to tne Inencs. The bride and groom Uew to Gfesi Falls for their honeymoon. And leach my seal to aluays The oi smple thmgs. The -ove of friencs, a Uit of song. A Sower's io-.ely bloom. And train ray ej.es to a cit Of Eea'sen in ston The former Przme a: his Today's Reflection all about it. She had had it herself once. She had watched other children of tier's grow up and it was aisays the same. Sud- up Was he not, almost three weeks old? So. of course, he fel; quite equal to looking out for himself. The onlr reason he had not started out long before into the Great World, say two cays ago. was because he liked to be with his brothers and sisters. He liked to olay-with and tease them, and he liked to he played with and teased by them. It was fun living Thev didn't even notice -ha i mother aid little more than loo'< in on them orce in a while, and ths'r Announcements DR, D. A. RYLAKDS DENTIST Phone 2497. CKot yet hsted in 1784 CJ3C.; Capt. S B. Williams of j Cardston from :he C.D C.: and D F McPnerson of irom R.C.A.M.C. Baby Hot Water Bottles Red rubber Make a useful gift for the little newcomer. Jackson Draffin The Family Drue Phone 3364 Store Drs. CampbflU Brvans, and Tuttle On and after June 1. 1946. this office will close ai 6 pan. No eve- ning, hohdav or Simdav office hours. 90o NOTICE HT-HATTERS ORCHESTRA Under new management __ FQI- future engagements father "Dannv Meadow i Mart. 3344; or Ernie. 4301. 1013 Deaths c'dn'c even do this. When he had left home. Little ScuBak hac no intention of not returning. He hadn't the least idea that he was leaving it for ?ood------------ doinsr. _yes. sir. he was j 77 years 'belovea mother of George ------1 River. Further an- wul be made when away in the city Bur, tnat was what he was j 6U, Ehzabsth Armenia, aged couiK. Yes. sir. he was doing jus. thar." He had gone a little farther J O'f than ever before Then he to back. Tes. sir. he forgos- to so back home, or so it seemed. Instead he found a hiding ulace and" curled no for a nan. What was the good of going home, any- i.-tle Scrueak didn't DUE he was out in the Great World on his o-s-n. From now on he wow Q have to loot out for No him. one else would look