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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBKIDGE HERALD TUESDAY, JUNE 11, 1946 July Bride-Elect MILAD; Phone Women's Phone 4040 GOOD MOKXING j !eft city It wss a gisfi "Good Eiorniag." j -OT plane si the weekend to spend 4s THJK WOKJLO i Doran. was bridesmaid. Mr. Gordon Kelly of Chariottetoim. Prince Ed- i ward Island, attended the groom. Folio-King a. wedding supper lor i Engraving. Experiments by 'he Soviet Russian j of Obstetrics and Gyne-j 'here t-ej aecology show that vitamin Bi. a- j oswfc--______ ieciec in ihe muscles. Bedding was solemnized makes childbirth paffiless out has- b ai st, Albaa's church. delivery, the Swiss raoio saia on Saturday afternoon. t I Today'9 Reflection There are many people who th who think on Saturday afternoon, j 25. when Miicired Marie. W. G- Walsh Jerry recent, visitors in the -ro_ o? Xatal, B.C., became the Cranbrook. B.C. En route to Great FsUs. Moat, Mrs. Jean 3. Weishar of Calgary, was a. Lethbridge visitor cio Mr. and, Mrs. F. Claressolia. were visitors is. n Friday, The Marchioness of Heading says women in Britain are wagsr-g a "heroic fight to overcome a sooa Kipply shorter than it ever was cur- ins "the is-ar." Kaisner'of Xatal, B.C, became the bride oi Mania, son of Mr. Mar- n Osadan. Sr.. and the late Mrs. j S3 dan of 331sirmore. j The bride wore a tiro-piece blue dress, trimmed -a-ith sequins, and accessories with a corsage oi She was attended by her Mrs. Myrtle Ceray. Mr. An- j thony Cerny supported the groom, j A reception i.vas held at. she home j of Mrs. "A, cemy. yoiing couple left for a j honevmocn trio to Vancouver and parts of the United S------ _. T Activities Here I -render aow many stop to con- sider -a-hat they owe to the world. Whether we like it or not. we are here. That fact places an obliga- t'on upon each, one of us and the obligation is to help our fellow- Whether they help us or cot- has nothing to do with, our person- al responsibility. All we have to is fulfill our task to the best of our ability and not worry about the other "fellow. Bui that, is the weak plank in our makeup. We want to make the other fel- loiv over. Bach one of us has a. full time job to improve ourseives and if ue do example will speak louder than any words and we'll be meeting our BJB. Mrs. Bryan's group with Prowse, 1305 7th Ave, Mrs. Cleudinings group with Mrs. 527 14th St. Mrs. Grigsby's group with Mrs. W. L. McKenzie, 123C 5th Ave. Mrs. group with Mrs. E. C. H. Davis. 1008 6th Ave. S. Mrs. Hicken's group with Mrs. J. R, McKendry, 1020 7th Ave. Mrs. May's group -with Miss Gar- dner, 301 6th Ave. A S. Mrs. Reagh's group wiUi Mrs. Lorssberry. 1225 3rd Ave. A S. j Mrs. Peter's group will meet at Henderson -Lake, weather permit- j ting, otherwise in the church par- Mrs. Luchia's group will meet on Thursday, 13th, at the home of Mrs- D. Clemss. 1266 6th Ave. Evening Auxiliary of South- r church will hold their meeting at the -home of Mrs. D. Burls the en- rtraoutn. k E. k j. porster! Engagements Cready's section of St. Woman's Auxiliarv- are holding a tea and "sale of work in h hall on AVedcssday, Tea will be served from SASKATOON, June _t women were more united and better organized than their sisters in Saskatchewan organizations, Mrs. Mabel Bradley of Milestone, Sask, said in an address to women at- tending tae University of Sas- katchewan's Farm Week. In Alberta more emphasis was placed on handicrafts and she won- if Saskatchewan women had not placed too great emphasis on education to the neglect of other phases of practical work, she said. iCSisseZi- i rtiiric -AC .air. anu .viii. i Prince of Wales hotel for tae visit Mr and Mrs. N. 3. Pest anc j rnonths. where the former family spent the holiday weekend j Bemi-annual meeting Mr. and Mrs. visitors at Calgary attended the as "vVatefton National Park. Among those Mrs. ATMSton during her visi Mrs. D- Atkinson has returned to liiiV, _ Marie Johnson, bnce-elec-- the city after having spent, the long weekend in Calgary. iris Morriso Medicine Hat visitors in the city Include Mr. and Mrs. F. B. I semi-annual meeting of the Alberta 1 Motor afsociation. Mr. L. B. returned to ue ana j.rOnday night from leaving the eitv Sunday by plane. Mr. and Mrs. Hay IVhittick are spending a short holiday at the PsciSe coast. Announced... __S Djn. 5 bring their tesses Youcs and C. Webster. I The regular monthly meeting of i the Major Jack Hoss Chapter. I-O. will be held hi the Gas Com- Wednesday. cent's club will hold their regular meeting at the home of Sister L. j Kearney. 421 Twelfth St. B. N.. on Mrsl Al Duff. 833 Twelfth St. S., Wednesday, June 12, at 8 p.rn. W.M-S. of St. Andrew's will meet in the schoolroom of the church Tuesday afternoon at 3. The regular monthly meeting ofj the Pythian Sisters will be held! in the LOXXF. hall. Wednesday, June 12th. at S pjn. Initiation. The j hostesses: Mesdames Sang, Jones, also tomato and celery plants. New spring vegetables included aspara- gus at 2 las. for 25 cents; spinach. 2 Ibs. .for 15c: radishes and green onions. There were only three farm- ers absent owing to bad roads. a meeiiEg of Ihe ard at the Home, 1-. a. ,.do pjn. Tudhsm ana Makin. 3IARKET FEATURES Mr- and Mrs. J. Bevenoge of on afternoon. June Picture Butte. announce the en- a. nor.le "of Mrs. J. Liebe. 1266 3 gagement of their eldest daughter, t xhird Ave. S. AH ladies of the Ijcrrain. to Clarence J- i church anc their friends are invited. of Mr. and Mrs. Mar-j the Farmers' Market on Saturda fol- morning. Among the plants were hoM th une meettogs ws: On Wednesday. 12th. at 3 iris, phlox, delphiniums, and sprea. CANADA PAINT PRODUCTS FOR ALL YOUR PAINT REQt'IBEMEXTS Canada Paint Wallpaper Store tin Jensen of picture Butte, wedding to take place in July. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Hurst, Mrs. Risler's and Mrs. Me- fcS- JJ. j r citv from Montreal to attend the j parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. H. of her nephew, Feter Xicas, Morrison. Johnson at St. Augus- j -Wecnssdav afternoon jjr-, srjjj Mrs. Lewis R- Roskm o- Winsipes. Man- formerly of Leth- are receiving congratula- tions on the birth of a baby daugh- A SENSATION! ti-ii I at Mr. J. A. Kicas also amv- ed Montreal for his brother's sustials and Mr. J. Bazina is ar- riving today by plane from Van- couver for the event. Miss Esther u. Cham- At the wsekend. Mrs. Percy ToweU in complimens to ner daughter, Miss Hazel Walburger, left Monday by air for Palm Springs, Calif. Dr W H. left the city Sunday 'or his old home at- Collins Bay near Kingston, _Cnt., where ne TRll stjend two irnTit-hs. and Mrs. Rudolph Cemy of and Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Ceray of Blairraore. -svere Lethbridge visitors at the weekend. Mrs. Mary Seohans, Medicine ifrs. John Gibsori returned to the citv daring the weekend after rencins the convention of the East- em Star in Edmonton. Greeting Cards A.E. CROSS SON THIRD AVENUE S. SPRING COVERS 39" 48" 64" Mrs. 2. A. Wiison left recently for a in Ontario. Mr. Robert Wrsy was in the city at the weekend from Calgary risit- j ing his narenis, Et. and Mrs. J. S- "Wrav and also motored to Water- ton National Park. Mr. Harrv Paul, a member of the C.P.B.. vard staS here, has been transferred to Edmonton and will be joined there later by Mrs. Paul who is at present -elating in Ox- ford, N.S., owing to the of her mother. "Mr. and Mrs. Fred Starkweather of Water-town, N.Y., were motor visi- tors in the citv at the weekend to visit their aunt. Mrs. J. Kenny, and were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Stonehouse. Miss Betty Lou Rogers, Miss Peggy CasS. and Miss 5dna. Nelson spent the weekend at Watenon National j Park. t f Mrs. 2arl Kirchaer has returned 1 from a trip to Los Angeles, Calif, vhere she visited her sons, Marvin and llelvin Schwab. Mrs E- S. MerrilL Mrs. Fxed 1 Smith and Mrs. W. Webster were Saturday evening hostesses when entertained in honor of Miss Marie Johnson and Mr. Peter Nicas whose marriage will take place in the near future. The honor guests received a sift from the hostesses. Dr. and Sirs. T. E, Brown left Tuesday to spend a short vacation at Banff National Park. Mr. and Mrs. 5red roister have as their guests the former's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs Waldo Fbrster who are visiting here from Austin, Texas, en route to pa riff and the Pacific coast. CpL J. L. Tardif, H.CJ4_F., who has been spending leave in the city with his -srife and small son, a Prompt, Efficient WATCH REPAIRS Our enlarged staff of expert watchmakers are at your service. Most work can be completed in only three days. Satisfaction guaranteed. Bring your watch or clock in today. Harry Wheeler Son Jewellers Kresge Bldg. Bv ANNE ADAMS. Specially "cut -out" for your. Jr. tiiis sunirock to make HIS beart beat faster! Easty-io-make Faitera 4671 is s. fashion-iirst. Extra: Opens flat to irori quickly. 4671 comes in Junior Miss sizes II. 13. 15 and 17. Size 13 takes vards 39-inch. Sena 20 cents co The Letobridge Heralo. Pattern Dept., for each pat- tern. Two -weeks' time should be allowed- for pattern to reach you. Use This Coupon. Print Your Name and Address Plainly. Mary, to Albert Frederick Gurr eldest son of Mr. A. F. Gurr of Vic- toria, B.C. The wedding will take place June 22. Tie engagement is announced of i i Kathleen. Mary Rooney. daughter of Mrs. Fred Rooney of i Vancouver formerly of Lethbncge. and the late Fred Hooney. to iir.: i Bernard McLellan. son oi the late Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Mc- Leiian cf Vancouver. The weccmg will take place June in Holy Ros- arv cathedral. Vancouver, Weddings The Darsoaage of Immanuei lish Lutheran church was the scene of a quiet wedding on Monday after- noon June 10. when Miss E21en i Marie Aim. of iron Springs, became the bride of Mr. Eibert war- i nock of Picture Butte- Pastor Eichenlaab officiated. The bride looted attractive in a tailored suit of powder blue with matching accessories. She wore a. corsage of rjink carnations. The at- tendants were Miss Prida Dickout of Lethbridge and Mr. Andre-s- Aim of Iron Springs. The wedding of Miss Florence Eileen Doran, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs, J. "W. Doran. Barons. to Mr. _AUsn F. McDowell, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. McDowell. Leth- bridge, took place at Kcos United church. Calgary, at 2.pjn.. Wednes- dav, June 5. Hev. A. E. iruband officiated. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a smart gold- colored dressmaker suit with brown accessories, and a corsage of Talis- man roses. Her sister. Miss Betty Anne Let a Clarke photograph' capture the thrill and joy of your reccing day. iz ill be a merseuto you'll be proud to have in tee years to come. Make your appointment NOW. Group Photos: Colored photos. Early Showing Of COOL SUMMER FROCKS READY NOW AT THE IMPERIAL Clarke Studio Downstairs. McFarfand Phone 2010. A DEODORANT OF DOUBLE ACTION To: The Lethbridge Herald, Pattern Dent- Lethbridse, Alta. Pattern 467L Size..... Address IREADY fur you take over, HELPS PREVENT PERSPIRATION SPOTS AND ODOR i WITHOUT IRRITATING THE SKIH I AREJD gives you double protecaca. It j protects you from perspiraiioa odor, and helps protect your clothes from perspira- j tioa spots. Arrid is an odorless deodorant, I -with the fine texture of a. beauty cream. j It vanishes immediate iesulcs. With Arrid, you arc absolutely 1 safe can enjoy yourself -wherever you arc regardless of the weather. Protect your daintiness and charm Arrid. I Start using it today. It is very economical. 15e, 39? sad 59c. ARRID The Linen Shoppe HAS JUST RECEIVED A SHIPMENT OF EXQUISITE DRESSES FOR BABIES. RUBBER MATTRESS COVERS, CARRIAGE COVERS (In Satin and CRIB BLANKETS. MANY OTHER USEFUL GIFTS FOR INFANTS. Also available: DAMASK LINENS. PART LINEN TEA TOWELS. PRINTED TABLECLOTHS. COLORED LINEN GUEST TOWELS. LACE RUNNERS (in MANY USEFUL GIFTS for the June Bride. We also have a fine selection of from Switzerland and Ireland. 1216-Srd AVENUE SOUTH Thelcrgesl Seffing Deodorant Yes... ready and -waiting for stronger hands to take over the heaw tasks which the older folk have carried through the long years of -war. Every- thing is in good shape. Dad Jias seen to that. The fine heri- tage created by his own latour and prudence is protected, too. by a SUN LIFE insurance policy which will, should ne die. take care of the mortgage and any indebtedness normal to good farming operations... Dad made a. good job of planning for the well-being and security of his family in generations to come. A grand selection, of chic formals and washables designed to keep you smartly cool this summer. Styles for everyday wear or special occasions at home or on vacation. PastelJerseys Printed Jerseys Bemberg Crepes Pastel or Dark Crepes HialeahSpuns Plaid Ginghams Seersuckers Novelty Rayons Highly styled for miss or matron, in a complete size range. to SLACK SUITS 'ffl Canada SEE Earl J. Denison 106 McFarland Bldg. Lelhbridgs, Alfa. Phone 3815 Res. 4523 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 years 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 all-risk policy at no extra cost. Choose New Furs Now AT New York Far and Dress Shop FAMOUS FOR FIXER FURS Third Avenue South Opposite Library SWIM FOR HEALTH in a Rose Marie Original fWe've a wonderful col- lection of these gayly coiored beach and swim suits, one or two-piece models, de- veloped of tested fab- rics, smartly trimmed. As important to your summer ward robe as your wash dresses. See the smartly tailored models now fea- tured at the Im- perial. Cardigan or tuck in styles for sports or lounging shown in a beautiful selection of fashionable pas- tels developed in twill gabar- dine or Alpine weaves. Long or short sleeve styles. Cf T13C Tailored of celanese, in O taffeta finish. Tea rose or white. Sizes MacFARLAND BLDG WSPAPEM ;