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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD SATURDAY, JUNE MILADI Wed 50 Years Moms. Lethbridge, supported tne, 1 groom. Mr. T. F. Cronkhite and R. H. Cronkhite, tvm brothers i Mr. and Mrs. John Gnsak are Of tne brine, ushered, and the Girls' i celebrating tiieir 50tn -needing an- choir of the church, -ftere m a-- Eiiersarj. tocay." Mr.. tendance. Mrs. W. Page plsied the j ivjaiiai music and Miss Vaster- GOES TO Under The Bridge Phone 4040 CLOTHING DRIVE .A H, T. Lamo-nt. Vulcan; Mr. anc ._ W MacXenzie. Warner, and o-e great granachi.d. -_ aac Mr., Gnsak, who is 76 jeacs olc. _________________ to Lethhrcge ac iS9i. Mrs. Gnsai.; fcrock. Letnbncge. was soloist. ,68. was Miss Annie Ol- sbaskx. anc. came to the city 12 i 1SSS. Thev were roamed at St I Patrick's church here by FT. Vantighan in 1S96 ana hac children, six of irhom are still Ui- >sg. There are eight grancchilcren A former pastor of Knos Presbv- f church, Lethbridge, T Weather Rehabilitation Of Disabled Vets Shown In Film 3 Oat-of-town guests uacluaec Miss Moose Jaw 1 Current Hat. Those pinches shoes, those That olc-bsK-snJ-gooa sa-., ___ Tfce socis ihst tne ccc. too l- brirz 70 80 70 59 61 61 62 58 57 63 [aT Mr. and Mrs Donate Kirkham left "to -etsim to tiieir looay to spend the neek-epa at Waterton National Pars. t cress no longer cute. tocay, Saturday, by These very celight. To znani refusees; So not pack tnesi u? tocay. For sending overseas. Personals Mrs. T. Coo: fidne Vr ROY rar in the c.t> with her mother. Mrs J M s the bnce of Delbert Steed, son ot Mr. ana Mrs. Davic Steec of Card- ston vrith President S. J. Wooa performmg tbe ceremonj in the i The bride __ I .'5 Hish Sunday 65 C.P.R-OFFICIAL Medicine H2t-43enera51y J S. chief engineer, exceot occasionally cloucv 1 o' the is exoected to scattered showers this in Lethbricse on Saturday, :err.ocn ana Suncay "45 tie noonday luncheon of tne Leta- j bridge Gyro club held m the Mar- i QUIS hotel Friday. In graphic se-1 S Quence tie documentary film, en- 02 i titled The Tnird un- Forecast folded all that the government is and coatinu- doing to aaiputed cases todav and" Sundav. Wide- irom the time tney enter the null- sho-aers thunder- sary hospitals and. are. given arti-; stcrsas in the foothills tins after- noon and Ssindaj afternoon. Soutn- rrh 10 sniles per hosis, m- tvinds 10 miles per hour, izi- i creasina to 20 M.PJH. Suaday af- ncial appliances till they go out and seek jobs in civilian life. Matching of tne disabled veterans; capabilities vnth. tne retjusremerts of industrials and business jobs is tee exacting that is being" carried out with great, care by j the Department of Veteians Affaus! r i employment the picture SiSO'SfSCL ss get the co-operation of arcspectne eiaploj-ers and convince them that" there is a disabled veteran who will f DANCE at the TRIANON TONIGHT and every Wednesday Saturday Nijht MUSIC BT DOW'S RHYTHMERS clear Announcements wori- Pollowing school Pricsv after- Mrs. Jonn TSTatsos: ertertdn- Si members of the vachias staff Mrs. J. Mrs. R- A. Niien. entral "and of s. gifV" Mrs. CnarZes wno leaving tne staff to join her band at the Pacific coast, wns recipient of party gift also the staff members. __ G. O'Meara school at Tr-'_rscay atter to MUSS L-rsula asvms the cay iti j presentee itn a no is Pnc-r to hsr njamase to Mr. shasec quet of red roses. She was attended i Alter the reception tre re DR. D. A. RYLAXDS DENTIST Phone 24S7. (Not yet listed in 17S4 Browm Mas Gertrude Cnstord todaj for where vjstt" fnencs dunsg tn Drs. Campbell, Brvans, and Tattle On and after June 1. 1946, this I; office will close at 6 pjn No eve- ning, holiday or Sunday office hours. 905 Announced Mrs A. "W. 3 s-d daaahter. Betry ihet'tv Fndav msht for r I home of Mrs C. Baptiste. As- Mr. and Mrs. H. R Muner. of Sd- I the ncstess wcs iier aionton. to Mr. R. H. Meinrbum. son I vgj ler o. of Mecicme, Of Dr. ana Mrs Hrstmss MewDum. i Hst i also of that Dr. was s TJ. rather, the Sve'vn Poilc-ck and Miss late Dr. F. H. MewDum. was a pio- j ------_- Bedding, part of Claude McXeely an- rade. Among those from Alberta is W.-O A. R- Bieta of Owendale. Today's Reflection "Inasmucii as je haie done unto one of tne ot these mv brethren, ye haie done it If eacn one of us will tncse worcs when tne Clothing erne opens here June 17, there a no need for heart moving accounts of now badlj the are neecea for distnbutton STOCKS RUNNING LOW TO ATTEND MEETING fiism Branch Presiaent G C Patersor. -hey are running low on stocks. K.C Provincial Directors A. M. i xotnms is coming in from British and Chas. Benv and Brar-ch co'umbia nsiiU due to the strike and Alberta Motor Association. being taken possible but lines of material are lay or amputation case tnere are tea others disabled as a result of ___ the war. Due to the eaergv and jjUj. I devotion of me meoical nrofession and the goiemment. wnich has spared no exoense to the best treatment, these crippled men had made incredible progress constructing useful lues. NOTICE HI-UATTEKS ORCHESTRA Under new management, future engagements Phone ?rt, 3344; or Ernie, 4301. 1013 Births Mr. and Mrs. James McCormack toward announce the birth of a son, James Michael, on June 5th at St. ilich- Mr. Bishop appealed for the co- j ael's Hospital. 1-05 visitins ter and left Friday to reuzm to ms to Mr. Etoier Xel- i -Jhes: I saiosg the ill-clad, ill-fed peoples i son. son of Mr. and Mrs. Mercbers of the Lethbndge Lsctes' Xelson. of New Dayton. The APRIL, OIL. PRODUCTION During the month of April the fentifelv deoletsc Cement is j bad, also finishing material. veri Junor Chamoer Managers of the Canadian o' Conferee from soutrem Aloer- B- their wives the following: Mr. and Mrs. 3- 3. MscKay arc of Commerce i regional eoti- v cunne the will take place July 17 3Ir_ T Mr. -A------- __- ,_ pion; ilr. ana Mrs. F. Ciareshcls. Sir. and Mrs. ilann. Meoicine Hat; ck, Taber; i i Tceca 51nley of Vancouver, j sgs of j is visiting in the city, a guest 1 the home of Mrs M. O. Pollock. there w Kodak Snaps Enlarged A.E. CROSS SON THIRD AVENGE S. STEEL VENETIAN BLINDS Measured and installed. Cloth Blinds made to measure. t. and Mrs. Stuart Hose. Murray. Dr. and .-Joagaa. Dr. and Mrs. S Its and Or. and Mrs. Arthur j 2aig wiU be lea-ring during the week-end for Banff for tne Cana- p-gn Medical Association caiivsition j being held from June 10 to 15. afternoon. June lemnized at the carson- Enghsh Lutheran j the marriage of Miss Else i and Mr. Eugene Aloert j Europe, victims of World War rwo Thus is co time to let George Wed- i co K-" the need is great. 13ven tf you think you may "need i j some of the Things yourself, send teem if yoa can manage without 1 them. Take a venture in faith, j knowing that when your neec arises i: will be supplied if you hate done j operation of city employers in plac- 1 ing rehabilitation cases, asking that Conrad oilf.eld. southeast cf Leth- i SPEAKS AT BOSTON ondge. made 19 000 barrels of cruce j Rainh a. Moore, provincial fire and Taber barrels Co-trad j marshal of Aloerta. was one of four war service stands second to Turner Valley intstate and provincial fire marshals. During Ann! Alberta to aarucipate HI a synaDOSium ois- production ran just over 20.000 bar- cusstor on_fn-e protection at rels a asking that i Mr and Mrs J. Onofrjchuk an- the incapacitated men be treated nounce the birth of a son. Barry, with patience and understanding m on June 6th, at Gait Hospital. 1207 consideration of the hard esnen- j--------------------------------------------- eJices they had undergone while in! day Operators are fausv la June 3 Speaking oefore the. fire i I your part. Xo time hks the ore drive. That's aK you have Mr. Glen Hobinson, accointjanied irr his Darents, Mr. and ilrs. S. Hob- left the city by motor to spend three weeks holiday in. Van- j coavex, travelling via Seattle. do Doc't cat; off the attrac- tive trimmings. The people to whom they are going need cheer- ing- more than you do a pumber of fields At Keho ocme marshal's section of the Oka'ta has cemented surface nine j Hre at 295 feet Drilling is proceeding j Marsh Ouaich m the foothills, j tection cf homes for the aged, con- laoaal Oil and Gas has tak- homes and private hos- National speaker to stressed, as these the yourg Cards Of Thanks Mr Petne and family wish to tnank the doctors and nurses of at the Intemaaonal--------- en out: a 10.000-acre reservatioi on pitals -hp border east of the Twin Hiver field. Mr. and__________ sons. Lyn and Don. of Los Angeles, Calif- are guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. F HasseH. Eev and Mrs. "3. Ii Garrin have mocoreo to calgary for the week- end where the former will oe asm- j lersary preacher m Sites Presby- terian church with Hev. M. S. Black- ham. Calgary, synoq missionary for Aloerta. rasing services ai St. An- drew's church "here, Mr. and Mrs. A. Meston. former i a beaunful floral background in the I United cmirch here Wednesday j afternoon. June 5, Ruth Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Crotikhite, of New Dayton, became, Home, son of Mrs. xlairfield 3ome and the late MX. Home, of Leth- j bridge, with the Rev. T. Sarpoff j ofSciaring. j Given m mamage by her father. Monday e-.enmg, June 10, at_730. the St. Augusnn's Junior are nresentmg pTrniBl per Carnival. Members are in tn and t >r the t 3 bring necessary of the prizes I.OJXE. Konper have not oeen including ticket numbers 1264 :Kfch- Ave- s- Three i Carniial white sheer gown with use yoss and! finger-tip veil attached zo a halo.' In. her "lace mittened hands she a carried a' lace handker- j chief which had beeti sec; from. r_- IS I 10 ones centenng tne bouquet. jas P-131- The Misses Vera Cress and Evelvn j Coartney. cousitis of the bnce. were i regular meeting helping The speaker -sras introduced Mayor A. W. Shackleford. bv IX HOSPITAL Miss Lvnii Nicholson is a in" Gait Hospital tchere she tinder- j neighbors for flowers, caros, the loan of cars and other kindnesses extended to them, during their bereavement. 1214 SEA CADETS TO C4MP Five Southern Aloerta Sea, Cadet i vrent an anpencectomy. Corps will attend summer camp at Chesterm'Te Lake from Julv 7 to Visas-- 4. Cadets from Red peer.; Drumhelier and Lethbndge will be at camo from Jnlv 7 to 20. while s cadets from the two Calsary corps trill attend camn from Julv 21 to August 4. There will be 150 boys nt each section. of Victoria holding a get-together tea on Tues- ciav June 11. m the ladies' parlor of "the church. All are welcome. Th" Tegular meeting of Faith Lodge No. 93 will be held in IOO.P. hall Monday. June 10. au S p-a. Visiting Rebekahs are welcome. The Auxiliary to the F OS hold a special meeting on. Mon- day evening. June in me rooms at 7-30 ____ Electrolux Cleaners Sales Service Supplies Phone 4481 I2frt-3rd Ave. S. Electrolirs: (Canada) Limited groom, -eras flo'srer girL Mr. George CUT FROM ONE PIECE to return, to their home n vancou- vsr, B.C. Miss Sfatsreen Carstairs has ar- rived m tne from Vancouver, B C_ to visit her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Chaplin. and Sirs. J. W. "Woods nave returnee to the'" nome in Peatiant, Help the Young People To Health Happiness TVliat a common Eght'to see a jonag person bloodless face and feeble frame are evidences of poor crcclation and -tneaknes 'wiere hotmdmg health rosy cheeks should reign. Young people in such a condition are generally of an anemic nature and require preparation contajing iron to improve the blood coatent. Alflbuni's Healtu aad Nerve Pills raeet tliis requirement, as tliey contain three concentrated forms o_f iron of aa ess3y nature together trith other vrfnable ingtadients indicated for biriHmg up the system heljnng to iniproTe the blood ccatent- P3ce 50e a bos, 63 pills, at aH drag cotaters. Look for our trade mark a "Bed Heart" oa the package, lie T. Co, LiizHed. ToroaSo. OK. Re: MARY HENDERSON SOUTHMINSTER CHOIR Regrets that all negotiations with the management of this artiste have failed to obtain a new booking for this season. Ticket holders may obtain rcfnnds by contacting the ticket seller. The patience and understanding of tne general public in these endeavors, has been greatly appreciated. o'clock. The Hisses Parry and Mossey: secaon of Sz Augustus s is j postponed until nest Monday, June 17. The regular meeting of Maole Leaf Cnapter Ko 7. will ce held Tuesday. June 11 si eight o'clock, in tne Masonic hall. i I St. Augustm's W.A. sections meet j on TuBScay as follows" ilrs Crewe's j and Mrs Cook's secnon meet with, Mrs. Martin at 1713 7tn Ave S at j 3 Mrs. Bisler's and Mrs. Me- j Cready's secaon meet with Mrs Rsler at. 511, llth St S, at 3 pjn.; ilrs HabT's and Mrs. Micdleton's secnon meet witli Mrs. Harvey, 618 I 6th Ave S, at 220 pJXL. with Mrs. j Har-ev and Mrs. JJewis as hostesses. Mrs Greentree's and Miss Crowe's section will jiieei. with Mrs Mary Lawrence, 915 7ta. Ave S (upstairs) at S pjn. The Friendly Service Group of i the Baptist church wul meet' Mondav. June 10. at 8 pjn. at the home o'f Mrs "Ward, 1313-4th Ave. S i Southnnnster war workers are i PIPE NEW AND USED Ft, All Sizes in Stock Turner Valley Utilities 9th Ave. and 19th St. E.. Calgary. ROY'S DELIVERS BAGGAGE AND ALL LIGHT TRUCKING FOR PROMPT AND COTHSTEOCS SERTICE Phone 3959 Roy Westman BiU Take a holiday from coofcn? and pots and pans. AH yoa have to do is call in or phone the Man- darin and ask for a take-home order of Chop Sney, Chow Mem, bweet and Sour or any other delicious Chinese recipe. j By AKNE ADAMS. j Two beautiful bloxises for skirts and suits that's Pattern 4565. Both done the wonaerful wrap'n tie i way; both cai in one main piece. "Wliat an easy-to-sew double feature! Pattern 4565 sizes 12. 14. 16. IS. 20 Size 16 Keyhole neck. yaids 39-inch. neck. varcs.' Serid 20 cents to tee ijetSbrifige i Herald. Pattern Utepi-. for each pat- tern. Two weeks' time should be j allowed for pattern to reach you. j Cse This Coupon. Print Your JNaiae and Address Plainly. To: The Lethbridge Herald. Pattern Lcthbndce. Alfa. Pattern 4565. Pile......' j Name Address ARTISTS We have a supply of Van Gogh Rounds and Flats Canada Paint Wallpaper Store Phone 2513 June Sale First United W.M-S. tnll hold a TEA AND NOVELTY TABLE In the School Room June 11 from 2.50-5 p.m. There will be a musical program of Festival numbers. The CGJ.T. girls will have a cookie table. E. C. Cranstoun E. Cranstoun, F.A.E., F.C.B.A. E. C. CRANSTOUN SON AUDITORS and ACCOUNTANTS INCOME TAX SPECIALISTS 7, Rylands' Block, Lethbridge. Phones: Office 4135 House 3008 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Box 459 Lethbridge FOR QUICK, DEPENDABLE SERVICE PHONE 4566 17 jewels, 4061 Korat 17 577.50 1206 10 Gold rilled. 17 jewels, sweep seconds, S55.CO 734 14 Korot GoW, 17 Barbed Wire 4-Point Limited Quantity North Lethbridge Hardware REMINGTON RAND DUAL. ELECTRIC SHAVERS Jackson Draffin The Family Drug- Store Phone 3364 NEWMARKET, ONTARIO A Residential School for Boys EDUCATION FOR YOUR BOY At the present tiiae no national task is more important than that of educating the oa-coaimg generation to face f liture responsibilities and to discharge them -Kitn confidence and capacity- This school oSers a. complete educational program for boys nine to nineteen years 01 age. Details regarding organization, methods, fees, etc. 3IC avail- able on application to the Headmaster. AUTUMN TERM OPENS SEPTEMBER 12tfc FOR A CITY TAXI HEATED CARS 24-HOUR SERVICE Don Raworth CJP.K. WATCH INSPECTOR CHRISTENSENBBOS. PHONE 28O2 EXPERT RADIO REPAIRS Prompt, expert work by first class radio technician the latest and most efficient testing equipment. Our Prices Are Reasonable WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER PHONE 2787 FREMSTAD'S RADIO SERVICE Suite 9 Lafferty Block FOWLER'S GREENHOUSES 730-6th St. S, Is Now Under New Management Owing to our neslth, vre have ccsposea o: our business and ffish to thack a31 our fneacs and patrons who favored us aunng the 23 jears tre have had the pleasure of serving you all in tne city and country points After so many years of service we find it hard to say gooooye to so many fnencs. But Father Time is calling the rone, we nius; go. Again thanking votl all. SUCCESS TO THE SUCCESSOR. FOWLER'S GREENHOUSES W. E. FOWLER. Rich in essential vitamins and minerals and boaj-building, energy provicirg nutrients. no other annk approaches nulk as HEALTH FOOD Crystal Homogenized Mi'.k makes pn even smoother dnr.fe, oecause its full quota of cream csscerseei ir. isr.y globules right through the fc to ma'ee every crop rich ana creamy. Try it today. Limited PHONE 2376 LETHBRIDGE SPAPLRl NEWSPAPER! ;