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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta iff PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1946 MILADI favored the firs: garden party Riccau ball. Ottawa, has seen in tainec in honor of the Kons's birth- cay. 7. Flett Honor A.T.A. Party Under The Bridge DEATH OF MINISTER Miss Ursula Flett was honor guest at a delightful party given ai Kenyon Field, -ahec ap- Nanton. proxnaately 150 teachers and guests were present- Eulogizing Weather In his eariv days in the ministry he he was located" at Bowvjile. Phone cue to ihe Toronto Regina Saskatoon Swift Current Medicine Hat Lethbridge Calgary Edmonton Vancouver TJO vou the world "me sell >ou was Se: a watch upon your Keep them always strajghs 'true. Personals Mr anrt Mr' v S- Purism of Sledicine were recent visitors in the the guests of Mr- Mrs. J. S." ilcCorkle. f-i Montreal 66 47 J2 69 46 67 53 .40 T! 51 81 55 80 54 82 52 75 49 75 45 63 40 71 54 .11 Forecast Widely scat- tered showers in ihe afternoon 10- dav and Saturday. Light winds at night, otherwise westerly 10 m.p.h. Low tonight 50. High Saturday 70. Medicine Hat Cloudy. Widely showers in the afternoon iodav and Saturday. Light vinos. Low" tonight 50. High Saturday o. Mrs. J- Thompson, rued cv her father. Mr. accompa- i MeKen- ru-tinr Portland. Ore.. c. Cope have re- ss tume FATHER'S DAY CARDS A.E. CROSS SON THIRD AVEXCE SOCTH PorJanc. Mr and Mrs. J. H. Grears cf Pen Alberni. B.C.. sre receiving on the birth cf a son. WUUaro. June 6. Mrs. Greais. Miss Sai-age. formerly of _------ W. G. Mr. and Mrs. B. Robinson o: Ee- have been visiting: in the city for the pas: week at the home o. :r.e their daughter. Mrs. D. Petne wno T.." i entertained recently a; the lea hour complimentary to her mother. Mr. Mrs. r or has beer, a: Waterton Nation vention cornrttee. 'are spoJisorina a social and dance tonight. Friday. June 14. in the Le- i siop hail. Social to canc- '.uig to Mr. Kew's or- on Saturcay. irs: a visitor' in the city Prlday. He is a meaa- ber of the siaff of the Vancouver jSunandhasbwnonahoUdaytrip chlcago. on his way home he will a daughter as Kaslo. i Experimental Psrm Mrs. T. TRI-LITE LAMPS SHADE EXTRA sh ar.c Mrs. C. G. ___returned to the city Red Deer where they the former's son-in-law ana casign- :er. Mr. and Mrs. L- Zerr, anc relatives. Mrs Sueh Hamilton, who has ibeen spending the aest; month in the cicv. leis Thursday evening to join her husband Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mar erly of Granum. who their home were honor suests at----------r in G-anuo: at which, they were ?re- j seated with a farewell gift- S N. Trew has returnee to j quested to take luncnes. the city after having spent the j PR three weeks in Vancouver. Mr- examina- uons for the Toronto Conservatory in the city from Montana ev-SS service z.'. Southminster church. Selections will be fay Bach, Bancel for the International Goodwill meet in the city Friday and Satur- cav. vrill be guests as. the Letn-. bri'dse Country Club dance and ana Vieme. floor show this evening, Friday, a the Country Club- HUGE MOTH A huge moth, measuring abou' four sr.ches across she wings, was brought ta the Herald oSsce recent- 'r Caught in the backyard of C. R." Leedham of 141 14th St. N.. the insect was quite attractive, having fawn and grey bsrred overlings and red colored underwlngs. Announcements DR. D- A- R.YLAND6 DESTIST Phone 2597. (Not vet listed in 1784 Lions Discuss North Side Pool A lively discussion on whether nominal admission should De charg- ed bv ihe city as the Lion club swim- ming pool which is to be construct- ed in North Letfahridge featured tee club's luncheon meeting Thursday.; While a few members feit no ad- iBJssion should be charged, ihe ma-1 oritv of those voicing opinion felt] a small being assessed weald' prove more advantageous and that underprivileged children could be acconumodaied by sen-ice clubs pur- chasing Uieai season tickets for the pooL The discussion on aoinissions arose after Aid. J. A. JardiEe de- scribed in the architect plans for the swimming pool to his lello-sr Lions. As larae numbers of local lions) are olannuig 10 attend the annual distract Lrons convention at Water- ton Lakes National Park on June the Letabricge dab will not have "its weekly luncheon here nesi Thursday. SCHOOL DISTRICTS NAMED FOR PIONEERS Deaths t5 i Engagements a recent party! o o Announced., rlcy. nee and Mrs. S. Crowe o5 Mac- Hospital News Mr. J. D. Clark is a patient in Si. Michael's hospital. Following an. operation in Gait hospital, Mr. W. S- "Wallace is mak- ing 'satisfactory progress. grsitilauons on the birth o: a son. i Kenneth Francis, on June 6 at, Cal- 1 Clear, crisp weather Thursday ff con-ileoc.'announce ihe engagement of; _____ _ their daughter. MoJy beth to Walter Henry Doran. son o- Mrs Wiiletts and the late Mr. Doran of The wedding will nlace early in. July. NATIONAL CLOTHING COLLECTION MONDAY, JUNE 17 _______ WRITES TREATISE A member o! the Herald staff has received a treasise by F. Howard; Forsyth of the U.S. War Production; "Roar'd. who formerly lived at Cares- ton. The very full and well season- ed is reprinted from the Ain- encan 'Sociological Review. It is entitled "Relevance and the Aca- demic Bias." WINS DOOR PRIZE Lucky winner o: the aoor prize on the" ocening night of the Kins- men Carnival, held In the arena Thursday night, was Cecelia Vollen- dorf of Fourth Avenue S. The arize was a S50 Victory Bone. The carnival will be held right through to Saturcav. with a dance each night. A "door prize is drawn for every night. JAYCEES' CONVENTION Five representatives of me Leth- bricge Junior Chamber of Com- merce will be included in the more than 100 out-of-town delegates, in- It seems queer that It is from 13 mistakes tbas useiul knowlecge Janior chamber often springs. Til know better nen s orSanaS. to be held time." said Old. Mr. Toaa in aisgust June 19-22. Local niPfmiv warchec the tail Oi dejegaKS -mil be accompanied Harold Mc- ___, A. R. Siven, B. C. EH1, and M. The four-day parley ___be addressed by Eon. Jamss A. MacSinnon, Dominion minister of trade and commerce, officials of away at the home on Thursday, June 13th. AlaUnda aged 87 years, of Barons. Funeral services will be conducted from the United Church In Barons on Sunday. June 16th at 1 P-m, bv Rev W. Ward. Interment in the fpmiiy plot in ttie Barons ceme- tery. Chrisiensen Bros, funeral directors. 13aS Millions in War-torn Lands Need Clothing, Blankets, Boots Little Squeak's Mistake In Memoriam In loving memory of Kalman Babick, who died June 14. you're not forgotten, father dear, Nor ever shall you be. long as life and memory last, We shall remember thee. bv Johnny, Hilda, Miry and Carl Babick. 1338 Ir loving memory of our dear his eves from it. Nothing so small as that could dangerous. He just had to find out what it was. He crept out from under the old He ran back. He crept out a little farther. Ke ran back again. i Next time he went stiil nearer to that fsscinating tail tip Ar.d then i by their wives, are: In memory of Isabella Melling, who passed away June 14. There's an open at the end of the road, the United States Junior Chamber and others. of te roa, i Through which each must go alone. Aad there in a light we cannot see, Our Father claims his own. Bevond the gate our loved one. Finds happiness and rest, And there is comfort In the thougnt. That a loving God knows best. Ever lovingly remembered by the FUNERAL SUNDAY For the past 41 years a resident of the Barons district. Mrs. Malmca Lunde passed away Thursday at her home there in her 36th year following a two months illness. Funeral services will be held in the United church at Barons Sundav at 1 pjn. with Rev. W. AVard. oificiai- ing. Christensen Bros, are m charge of arrangements. G. H. JONG Estab. In Canada 27 years. 3ilaese HertJ StoaacSi Trouble. Gall der. Prostate Giasd. 817A 1st St. E, Caltary. Alta. family. FOR GOODWILL MEET Visitors expected to be in the city Friday and Saturdav for the Inter- national Goodwill meet include the following: Great Falls. Mont.: Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Davis, air. and Mrs. Kenneth Mclver, Mr. and Mrs. A. Farmer, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Steele. Mr and Mrs. Paul Matteucci, Mr. and Mrs. Hay Fretz, Sir. and Mrs. Lee Prueninger, Mr. and Mrs. R.. L. Brainard, Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Fer- guson, P. C. Bulen, A. J. Breiten- Itein, L. F. Nichols, H. M. Saabert. J J Flahenv, Lou Robert Darling: Mont_ P. R. Mac- Hale. D. Parker, George Wilson, Dr -loan L. Rcbirson, M_UA._ Medi- cine Hat; Mayor F. Aboussafy. H. iillen. Coleman; Sic McGreer, Cal- gary: Mr. and Mrs. T. Birck, Vaux- haU- ROT Lee- MJUA-, Taber; R. C- H. B- Hutchinson, A. J. Rayment. "Medicine Hat; B. F. Brewin, J. L. Leahy, Grassy Lake. OUTSTANDING YEARBOOK Congratulations are beinj showered on the Lethbridge Col- legiate Institute student body on "The the school's handsome yearbook Just off the press cf the Herald's job de- partment. It is. the most am- bitions yearbook the L.CJ. has attemnted and the wide-awake students are to be congratulat- ed on their fine effort. The L.C.I. honor roll is appropriate- lv given the leading place in the vearbook. The material is well "edited and disulaved and the wide range of activities covered indicates that L.C.I._ is a busy, progressive school -with a loyal student spirit prevail- ing. Pictures brighten the pages as do a well selected and smart- lv written lot of campus fea- tures, jokes, verse, etc. Na- turally school sports come in for a "prominent play. Excellent press work rounds out an en- tirelv praiseworthy job. Busi- ness firms have advertised generously. The scarcity of nails in Canada is attributed "ID the general build- ing boom across the country. Meetings Masonic Notice Regular meeting of North Star No I 4J- and AJM.. TrtH be hela in the Masonic hall, 10th street south, tonight. Friday. June 14, 8 o'clock. E-i. degree will oe con- ferred. Masonic Notice _ An emergent meeting of rork Lodge No. 119. and A.M will be held in the Masonic Hall. 10th Sc South tomorrow (Saturday) evening at 8 o'clock. The S. A. degree will be conferrtd All members are re- quested to attend- Visiting rnemDers of the craft cordially inviued. WE HAVE A COMPLETE STOCK OF 'GREEN CROSS' INSECTICIDES Canada Paint Waflpaper Store Phone 2513 VELON PLASTIC SCREENING Never needs painting, easily washed, permits more light, guaranteed for life. ISC sq. ft. HICK Hardware Co., Ltd. Phone 3762 tm DR.CHASES Paradol HUOJOff lOttaf Fwi Electrolux Cleaners Sales Service Supplies Phone 4481 1264-3rd Ave. S. Electrolux (Canada) limited 1 BL Henderson OPTOMETRIST Second Phone 3857 tethbridge for Goodness sake- Try Red Rose! REDROSE "is good tea" JUNE 16th IS FATHER'S DAY REMEMBER DAD WITH GAYLORD Men of distinction----like year Dad prefer Gaylord Black Pussy suddenly stood up i (ConjTight, 1946. by T W Bursess> I The story: "Little Squeak t The story: MecU a Cousin." TWO ONLY SUGAR BEET TRAILERS Our usual heavy construction; fully guaranteed. MCLAUGHLIN GARAGE and Auto Wreckers AFTER-SHAVE LOTIOK OR (Individually boxedj THREE-PIECE SET AFTER- SHAVE, BOWL and TALC. PHONE 4456 For guaranteed repairs to an makes of washers and small gas engines. Lethbridge Appliances MAYTAG SALES SERVICE 317-8th St. S. All Calhonn 4 Bruce Durfee 1 KWSPAPLRl TWO-PIECE SHAVING BOWI. SHAVE AND BOWL ALSO YARDLEyS AND SEAFORTH MEN'S SHAVING NECESSITIES REMINGTON ELECTRIC SHAVERS Dual Threesome Jackson 6t Draffin THE FAMILY DRUG STORE. PHONE S3S4. .'SPAPERf ;