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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1946 MILADI Reflection a personal note to go along the clohting being col- next Monday for the people __..__ _.vrM, of Europe is a good idea. Many SMART DAXCE t inll it too much Under The Bridge Gaald's annual dance Phone 4040 Ma. A. G. Baato and her With every of thejBun Weather 75 79 69 74 79 79 75 73 76 30 60 35 51 46 45 45 The Unwilling Dinner and knew almost nothing, about it. "I was bom there myself and I go i bark there every spring for 3 visit. J. am always glad to get back there, but I'm always just as glad to get away from there. It makes one narrow-maided to stay in' one place all the time. Don't you think The little Mouse said he did, although he hadn't the least idea 70 45 54 46 xrhat being narrow-minded raeant. You see he had not yet been cut in the Great World long enough to find out that all that any one per- son knows !s very httle compared all there is to know. LANDING STRIPS i Landing strips ior The deep All sleep. lei them _____ __ j That Cricket was still a good_two j f! thev spent two and lef: Lon- Jasper, finff, and Wat- the north ponron otaerwise ciear.. iaches away from _- i r wiccs 10 rn.pjQ ijow to- when there was a doi Personals Jlr Robert. hs.s retumed fb :he fron a fewf csvs vMitiis: fr.ends at Red Deer.s make a exclaimed Little Squeak, the Meadow Mouse had just started out to find a place for himself in the World and had met Old Mr. Toad. i -It is a handy tongue if I do i SPY replied Old Mr. Toad. A I' Cricket appeared in front, of him. s the Smiling "said little Ke leased forward a little, thea j Soueak. He had no idea at all sat perfectly ssilL The Cricket i what the Smiling Pool was or widely didn't see him and came nearer. u here it was. i Old Mr. Toad paying no at- i tention. He made three short cops. night at Lethbndge 50. high pn- was "goneT" Just of Forecast: with air irsie! at scattered showers Friday evening jn ____ the north portion otherwise clear.: laches T-adeard .day 85. Medicine Hafc-Clear. I riculture. ______ Mrs. Gordon Thorpe of Creston., of an aeronautical board to tester civil aviation ana air ____ _. ___ tonight at Medicine Hat 50. high Friday S5. j Toad had shot oat his long, sticky tonsue and the Cricket had stuck Announcements DR. D. A. RYIiASDS DSNTIST Phone 2497. (Sot vet hsted in 1784 plane Wash., where he will visit Mr- Tarcotte. TVilma YackuUc nas Miss Meriiune Device of ed to her horce at Powell River Sas-L, is %1siang m the city, trie after been the guest pere of or her aims and uncle. Magis- xer siomer, Mrs. Anne YackuHc. naie and Mrs. A. Beaumont. j Mr. Ambrose Carroll has returned Mrs. W. B. Crsriley. by Mrs. J. Terns left iVedr.esday to speed a a: tie coast. Engagements W H Short requests thsr citizens refrain from calling the department bv ahone when the siren is sound- ed for a general alarm. Ofisnif: Conducting for the Conservatory of Music in Mr. John J. Weather- i seed is city, a gutet st tee Marquis r. and Mrs. M. J. MoUv couplznc. will be sues; a- :ne cJ'.WJV. locals con- a: Ked Deer on Jane 19- j Mr. and Mrs. John Home, whose __ isr Kfw Dsvton marriage toos place at Dsyton last week, have returned to the city --om will reside here. Mrs. D. McDonald is visiting in the cirr frorc Caigary. the gues of Mr. and Mrs. J. Mr. and Mrs. G- C. Perry o5 Vic- toria. 3.C announce the engage- ment of their vounges: daughter. to Constsble A. Births tongue and the Cricket had stuck I to it. It was done so quickly that all little Squeak had seen i that flash of puik. "You said it was lucky that I didn't meet >our cousin. Grand- father Frog, instead of you. Would he caught me with his i ihe little Mouse wanted to knew, j Old Mr. Toad chuckled. "No." said he. "You are too big to stick j to anybody's tongue. He would haie jumped and grabbed you in bis big mouth before you could wink Then he would have swal- "I think I will keep away from stopped a range; long, slim, brown person was coming up out of the ground. Tattle Squeak's eyes fairly popped. out of the ground novr and moving along in the queerest manner, stretching oat very long, then be- coming much shorter but farther alonji ou the ground. Of course you know who it was. It was An- gleworra. the fellow that fishermen like for bait. There was a greedv look in the golden eyes of Old Mr. Toad. An- gleworm was crawUrs away from him. Old Mr. Toad hopped around in front of him acd grabbed him so as to swallow him headfirst. To general firemen are called serious irjconvem___ _______._ when the lines are jammed with ael's Hospital. ,_ r IAJ Mr. and_ Mrs. Dal Jams of S4- .owed you wnole just the way I de k both, ends looked railed up bv phone and i St. NorthV announce the birth j swallowed that Cricket-' is caused! of a son. on June 8th. at St. Mich- j Mouse. ays something to if you look for it." Toad drilv. looked all around fearfullv. he around here am-a-here." n? asked. alike. Angleworm didn't want to Hoppers Giving little Trouble Nothing but. faint stirrings of predicted grasshopper plague ia triarigle between Gracum. Stavely and Xobieford has been noted up to the oresent, R. M. White, grass- hopper investigator with the Letb> bridge entomological laboratory, told the Herald today as he pre- pared to take a week-long trip over this territory and other areas la Southern Alberta reported to heavily infested grasshopper eggs. "The good rains and warm wea- ther have been getting lately are just what the grasshopper need to brass them along, Mr. White commented, explaining teat undoubtedly other factors were act- ing to retard the natch. DIES AT CALGARY Mrs. May Ferguson, 35, wife_ 01 James Ferguson of Ensign, died June i at Calgary. Funeral were held Thursday from the High River United church. Her. John Kennedy officiating. CAYLEY MAN" PASSES Hugh Munroe Clarke, aged rears, of Cayley. died at Cayley on Tuesday. The remains were for- to Almonte. Ontario, for services and interment. they thai the sent, in with RELIEVES COXGESTIOX Mr and Mrs. Sari Ijewis and son Bobby, who -scere vtsiting in the city -Brswin of the R.CJ.LP., eldest i The lietr trsin scneduie has reliev- son of Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Brewm, ed congestion at the local of Purple Spicngs. Alberta. The wed- J station to a great extent in that, K ____.. dirg will take place in Si. Andrew's has distributed train arrivals and weeke-d guest of Mr. and Mrs. ijoose Jaw. Sasi_ on June departures over the whole day. G. Uong. left for Calgary ar.c vik 33 stated a railwav official todav. The leave Saturday for his home as the j PsciSc coast and will accora- Dsnied bv his son-rn-law ana i caue'i-er. and Mrs. Neil Mc- and SIiss AUx. who :.rg" summer home HIGH (HNS) Hiah Kodak Snaps Enlarged A.E. CROSS SON THIRD AVENUE S- BC. Dr. and Mrs. S. Erickson. nee Eiidur Sancquist of Lezhbridge. who have been snenduig some ume Xew Tork citv. left last Saturday bv air for Dublin, Ireland, where STROLLERS to Blue, maroon, grey. River United church was the scene of the wedding ceremony on Friday. June 7, whea Margaret Elizabeth. only daughter of Mrs. W. J. Noble of direct, connections with Vancouver a; Calgary ooth coming and going for travellers have in- creasingly popular. Passenger traf- fic over the division has shown a steady increase since the end of the war, it js repealed. Deaths tors of funeral service. 1326 Mrs 3 sea- side Mr. and 3 in Calgary. ROYAKnr AT WEDDIVG HORTICULTURAL SHOW The anie lists for the 25th annual Lethbridge and restrict Horticul- tural show are off the press and being distributed. The booklets con-! ____ tne lists also of the First Ca- j away at Tab- regional gladiolis show which I er on June 10th. Mary will be held in connection with the CCTOH ai mother of: horticultural show. Aug. 20 and 21 as the Lethbridge Arena. "Grandfather Frog? I should say not! That fellow never leaves awav in the city tojpe yet he thinks he knows all j J'ine 12tb, Keyuo. aged 70 years, of f {he Great World. Isn't that j Coaldale. Puneral service will be jjut a lot of folks are just j conducted in Coaldale en Zxzi I guess." Old Mr. Toad Jane 14t_- ai 2 pjn. The remains scornfully. trill be forwarded to Calgary for, is Grandfather JYog's cremation. Chnstensen Bros, funeral asked Little Squeak directors. 1329 -In the Smuing Pool, of course. Where else would Jt replied away on June oltj 1Ir_ Toad testily, forgetting 12th. Vemess Jane, aged 34 utrie Mouse was just beloved wife of William Cecil Balrs out in the Great World of KIOD. Services will be held in Martin" Bros. Chapel on Friday at' 2 pjn.. the Hev. Leslie U Grant of- i ficiating. Interment in Mountain! cemetery. Martin Bros, direc- be swallowed. He didn't intend to: swaUowed. He kept stretching himself backward Old Mr. Toad i used his hands trvm? to stuff An- J gleworm into his big mouth. 3e-' cause he has no teeth he couldn'c hold onto Angleworm, who was smooth and slippery. Grandfather Frca could have held him because he has teeth. As fast as Old Mr. in 194S W The next story: "Little Squeak's Mistake." DICHLORICIDE For MOTHS 59c 1 lb. tin Jackson Draffin The Faiullv Drue Store Phone 3364 "SALAM Now available in 1 946 Edition of Elizabeth Arden TREASURE CHEST TTirs attractive miniature Beauty Bex of f contains Artfeno Qeanjtng Cream Ardersa VeJvss Cream Ardanc Son Tonic Arcena Kond-O-Tonilc Feartur-LJght Focnd'ation Oean Poudre d'HImton Mrnioture Lipstick Miniohrre rioww Mnl 53.95 A. M. SUTHERLAND DRUG CO. MARQUIS HOTEL faiciUes were feudal enemies cen- turies ago, Trere rnamed Wednes- day in a colorful ceremony at West- rmnster Abbey attended by the rovai familv. The ande is 24-year-old of the Duke and Duchess of Buc- cleuch. a niece of the Duchess of Gloucester and a personal friend of Princess Elizabeth. In Hospital itrs. D. TSf- Treece of Purple Snrlngs is aeain a patient m. the havmg undergone r hospital an operation. Mrs. A- Meredith, who has been patient in St. Michael's hospital since her return from Great Fells, Mont., has recovered sufficiently to return to her home in the city. DISCONTINUANCE DtJE TO PAPER SHORTAGE arsiy exsmlner of Military District Xo. 13. has proceeded on leave pend- ing retirement, headquarters MJX 13 announced today. a veteran of fsro -wars. "Major Stewart -went overseas during "World "War I -with the 54th Battalion C-SF. and served there from 1918 to 191S. Dur- ing the attack on Canal du Nord in 1913. he uras awaried the Mili- tary MedaL ON JOB AT WATEKTON James McNally is to be in charge of tee travel bureau at the Prince of Wales hotel as Wasexton Part 'his season. Owing to the paner short- age "Church Activities" col- uran. usually run in the Sat- urday edinon. has been cis- coniinued for the present. Advertisements will carry details of church services. ARM3T RETIREMENTS- RearemenE of four Medicine Hat oSiceis from the Canadian army aunng the past -wees; is announced by headquarters of Military Dis- trict No. 13. Thev are: (N.S.} M. Brown of the E.C.AJH.C.: Cant. J. D. Sinclair, M-BJEL. of the general list: Capt. L. A. Toole of the R.CJi- S.C., and BL-Capt. H- Stomer-Ham- nett of the Kergan. who MERCOLIZED R recentlv returned to the Lethbridge city police force after serving m tfie Canadian (Active) Army for more than five years, cas been promoted to the ranfc of sergeant, his promo- tion being effective from the begin- ning of this month, Sgt. Kergac was employed bv the Herald until going to the city police force nearly sea years ago. for COMPLEXION ifiin euftr Uyir of jlln ctlUd Ktrf iVin "a eldest of stia layers, it becemcs cult, drib, fnekltd browned fay wind ren, up it'n But Mvrcolized Wax Cream with its lovely blanching action on t'na scin surface will dt- surpriss. New ilin bcaoty rc with soft g'swing and only directed. Aitrinqtri prominence ef prtmtture lines and wrinUes, giving a feeiing of temporary firmneis to outer layer of ilun. Refruhu, and re- mavtieiosssurface oil, daily. at CxmtUt Cwntan GIVEV Constable In Police Court Church, Taber on Satimiay at j rim interment in the family plot., ;ber. Martin. Bros, directors 01', funeral 1327 away Jn the city on Wednesdav. June 12th, Joseph Kun. aged 55 years, of 1358-9th Ave. N. Hieh "Mass wil be celebrated In St. Patrick's Church on Friday at Interment in Mountain cemetery. Martin Bros, directors of funeral "service. In Memoriam to loving memory of Harry A. Shardlow. who passed away at Sweet Grass. June 13. 1935. Ifs only a grave and still needs care, Tter one we love Is resting there. remembered by his moth- er father and brothers.______1310 Cards Of Thanks Mrs. G. TJrquhart wishes to ex- nrss her sincere thaixks to the doc- tor and the staff of the Carmangay Hospital for their care and kind- ness, also to "per friends for the lovelv flotrers and cards received during her recent lengthy illness. J.3X2, Admitting in city police court on Wednesday that she was intoxicat- ed ia a public place shortly after being interdicted, labby Edna Naessens was given the alternative of paying a fine of S75 and S3 costs or spending two months m, the xort Saskatchewan jail. Convictions on various liquor act violations brougat fines of and costs to Eric Gustafscn, Alexander P. Phillips, Jacob Bosch and Le- Roy Winters of Lethbridge and Bay- mond parShurst of Coaldale. DOUILE ACTION MAKE ICE CREAM THE EASY WITH JUNKET RENNET WRITE ROW BOCK Meetings I.O.O.F. Notice The regular meeting of I.O.O.F. Lodge No. 2 trill be held on PTiday, June 14th in the I.O.OJP. hail at 8 urn. All members are asked to attend. _______________ BiulcFing Still Lags In City Stai seriously retarded by the lumber strike 61 British Columbia, building is making slow progress here and onlv a few citizens are securing building permits until they can see ample Dtiildmg supplies in sight. Up to Wednesday noon, how- ever 1946 building permits totalled S990.95S and were expected to go over the million-mark shortly. NEW BUSINESS Our new boiler and welding shop is now open and we are accepting orders for BOILER REPAIRING PRESStiRE AND GENERAL WELDING We have portable equipment for all worS. It is our intention to manufac- ture low pressure heating boilers when steel and equipment are available. Liberty Welding Boiler Ave. S. Phone 3921 B. L. A. Johnston Give the children their ice cream, home made, with half die balf the fuss osiag only the lightest cereal cream or top milk, flavoring and "JUNKET" RENNET TABLETS. "TW 'JUNKET rOtKf" SI.W..I HELPS PREVENT PERSPIRATION SPOTS AND ODOR i WITHOUT IRRITATING THE SKIN ARRJD gives you double protection. It i protects yon frca perspiration odor, and helps protect your dories from pcrspira- con spots. Arrid a an odorless deodorant, 1 -vrita the fine texture of a. beauty creasa. It vanishes immediate results. With Arad, you are absolutely on etijoy yourself yoa arc regardless of the weather. Protect your daintiness and charm With Arrid. Start using it today. It is very economical. I5f, 39e acd 59c. CHRISTENSENBROX PHONE 28O2 JUNKET RENNET TABLETS ARRID Selling ORNI CHAPEL Ltthkridqe. Alia VELON PLASTIC SCREENING Never needs painting, easily washed, permits more light, guaranteed for life. 18C sq. ft. HICK Hardware Co., Ltd. Phone 3762 Get sweeter, tastier bread I FLEISCHMANN'S FULL-STRENGTH! Bebchmann's fresh active Yeast starts working tight away! All the strength orjhe yeast brings oat all the flavonrfiil goodness of your bread. Be sure of sweet taste light texture fragrant freshness every time! IF YOU BAKE AT HOME, insist on Heischmann's foil-strength, fresh active Yeast with the familiar yellow label. favourite yeast for over 70 years. MADE IN CANADA I i ecv Super Soft A Product of Quality A superfine tissue, creped for greater softness. Pure and safe. PUREX NFWSPAPFK! ;