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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD SATURDAY, JUNE MILADI 9 Reflection Women are taking to pots these cays ami not paint :be molasses. Mix and sift Hour, rinnan-ior., clove, niace and sail and add alternately -Kith the juilk :o the iirst. nuxuire. in j whites. rtecse the raisins I MIh POUT! Under The Bridge Phone 4040 Personals r and daughter, iiss Jean Campbell, are ng tae tins ueekena on a hoitday tiroiigii tfee F oa tae from Lethbridge where she I is visiting her son and cauginer- lin-law. ilr. sna A. S. Gibson, !for a -Reek. ey place Friday, Mr. s spending coast plan to vast Dr. and Mrs. IV. Inkrcte. forsserlv of LeUJ- aw c: Grant's Pass. Ore. in the cny Saturdsr ov from Vancouver. G. S. C. Mart guest o5 her scn-in eaigs-er. Mr. aad Mrs. Yours. M" Mrs. WsIUar-- A. Mossey of hrooS 3C.. Tvas among guests at- tae Ostrum-Koepke wec- Pilling weeks" holiday coma. Undaunted by the shortage I to do interior decorating, the men are tying they skill anc meet- ing corsiderable success. One i woman, having an extensive yio on j he-- hands, hired three men. One j she refers to as "My man f "iday." He calls her Mrs.; fed tip Tilth two of the much to ...u a greased loaf bake -FAXyuxs, ioSerate'oveii (350 degrees PJ Mrs. H. Kewle-tt oi me stae is 'earing Suncav bv plane to MSit her sifter, Mrs. "A. 3. Barter, a: Rapid City. S.D. who did not seeai to acccm- J very much and she fires them both and matters her own hands. Now she the paint, brush wwh gusto. Little Squeak Meets a Cousin to do your "work icr most of us are oacovenng. If eier there a frightened i small Mosise it was Little Squeai Southern members, of the TJJlA-j and UJF.WJL wil celebrate -Farm- j ers' Day" at. Park Lake on the i afternoon of Friday. June 2i- Aj gav picnic is planned and all farm- ers are invited as well as all locals of Ore JLF.C. Weather 63 49 48 60 50 52 4S 39 53 ill 1.051 .18 1.30 _____ Medicine Hat 82 i SADDLE CLUB Calgary........74 The Lethbrrdge Saddle Cmo. j Edmonton 77 Tarhich has practising twice i Yancou'.er........ 61 wekly for som" tune now with a! Forecast vjecr to staging a musical ride here, j in the south j commencing tomorrow, change I potion. Overcast with showers in I tune of its Sunday practice from 1 -he nonh portion, spreading soutii- p-m. to p.m. Those taking ward to the border by evening. part in the nde are urged to turn cloudy Sundav with showers in the out on time. at Picture Butte on jn the city Irpni included Mr. anc Mrs. "VL'ricelesiarcr-h and 150 swre. Janeiie and Unca. cohere guests of Mr. ana Jcta M- a-d Vis. Rov Bare and sons. -C -nc Keith, of Coeur Idaho, and Mr. and Mrs. Annstrong and sons, Wayne. h. T- of Renton. homes r- ,r.e- in Ontario and Mich.. Mrs. R. A. Thrall re- tae Saturday tnom- i ;pe: her sisters. Miss Margaret Ticker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. G. _ Tucser. Pincher Creek, has Uif.H .si- m-p-h. Sunday evening. Loa ta- mgh: s.t Lethbridge 48. High Sun- day 60. Medicine becoming Commerce FlUn, mals now being fitted by or-J cloudy tviih showers and widely oSSmitMTw'pmiwr sis oi these' hThadn-Vliaftfe lei- idea what ganization. Members took ad-.ant- j scattered thunderstorms thjs after- _ W _ _ _____ EOOU OYCriilSTHt. afjemoon. Ncrthwest 30 ia.pJhs. decreasing slovly to 10 GIFTS UN-LID. Thirteenth Street X OPEN MONDAY, JUNE If in the Red Cross rooms. 7th South, on the e-.ening of Moa- the High Rner hospital Mr. ar.d ilrs. A. G. iiis.il mark the 50th anniver- san. o: their '.vedcmg Monday. Visiting in the city from Vancou- ver. B C. Mr ana Mrs. D. D. Mur- doch are guests at the home of and Mrs. VT. EL Bryans. Mr and Mrs. W. 'S. Armstrong and son. Tommy, cf Calgary, are the guests o: Mr. and Mrs. W. J. j T. Tennev has left the citv for V.'ash.. where see tcifl visit her sisier, Mrs. G. F. Cook. Engagements -cm Alraa College at at. j O O Announced ias, Onl. Mr and JMrs. J. Hufeer. Calgary. o1 tnis city, are visiting herT'guests si the home of Mr. s-'d'Mrs. T. Bvans- 25th -Kieccing anniversary of H. M- Toner celebrated recently in the wry. 3HS. I. Gibson is an Scmonton Kodak Supplies A.E. CROSS SON THIRD AVENGE S- Mr. snd Mrs. Ross Baker an- the engazemen; of their eldest daughter, Jean, to neroen; "Watmough. son of Mr. and Mrs. C. 4. "Wsoaoush of Shaughnessy. The wadding will take place July 10. Activities Here There will oe a general meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary to the Canadian Legion on Monday. June a- s P-13- 2a SOCIAL EVENTS HONOR VISITORS Complimentary to June 17, a: 3 o'clock A cor- lavitrJ-tioii so attend, is extcnc- ed :o all interested persons. Weddings... The Al- berta Temple. Tuesday. June 11. Kathleen Brewerton. young e si It "kept, tvnicning in a vrav age of the opportunity to obtain is most oroiojxins and 1 suggestions m the care of handling n that was The iitiJe Mouse couldn't keep hss takes place in Lethbndge on July most It looked harmless, of calves before the show ana sa.e ejes from it. He wanted to know it was. He felt that he had to know iihat r. was. From be- neath the ooard where he had hieing he haa crept, almost up to that laetaiizmg black thing. Kis were wide with uonder and excitement. Then Black Passv had risen to ____ ____ ___ ___ ____ daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. S. i his feet. Ke liad lost interest in Brewerton. exchanged i whatever he had flattened hira- vow Gordon Allred. elaest son of Mr. and Mrs. D A. Allred. President E- J- Wood performed the ceremony. the grass to watch. The wee Moust- was sure that his hesn stoaped baatirg. Yes, sir. he was so frjght'-ned that, K seemed to 2 and 3. Some well finished and fitted calves were observed but all showed the need for more training. The bhce chcse for the_ occasion J his hear; stopped right the; a floor-length gown of white satin i and there. A few "seconcs later he and a 'ong veil held in plsce oy almost wished that it would stop pink Tose buds. Her bouquet, tvas beating for :t was thumping so ADDRESSES ARMY-NATO VETS G. Howard, national presi- dent, of the Army and Navy Vet- erans, was a visitor in the city on Friday and was present at the board of trade goodwill banquet at the Marquis and later addressed the Army and Navv Veterans at their clubrooias. Mr." Howard says large numbers of new memoers are being added to the Army and Navy rolls then i and ciuo jjuildmes are" being Velvet Covered 36-Inch HALL RUNNER ladies viaung isere for ihe Leth-! bridge Board of Trade Intemanon- al Goodvill meet, an attracave rea was held on the mezzanine 2oor or Msrouis hotel Friday afternoon at which" Mrs. C. A. Bryant, assist- bv Mis. A. "W. Shackleford. Mrs. Fred" and Mrs. Gorcoti Frtsby 1 vrelconied the suests and Mrs. Rus- sell Haig and Mrs. M- Wilkinson presided at the Dremly arranged tea table. Later in the evening the Letnbndge Country Club vas the settme for a supper party compli- menting the visitors, with 40 guests enjoying the arnsnesUv arranged event, at which Mrs. C. A. Bryant Joined later by men at- tending the meet, dancing was ea- joved, during which a floor show was presented by rhe Jean Gsuid Aristocrats. PREVIEW OF FILMS The Public Library recently pur- chased the following films: and Aida: Thrills m "Wildest Africa, Habi- tant Arts and Crafts; fine Potters in. Clay: on TCC, of the Sea; come- __ _ rrv- rea'roses and white gardenias. The srooms sisrer. Miss Mona Aii- red. attended the bride while Mr. Brewertoa was best man. In the evemne a reception for spDnJxirasteiy 250 relatives and friends was "held at the home of the bride's parents. The honeymoon is being spent at Waterton Kitchen Kvlture By a. Busy Bee Date Cake eges. 1 cup brown sugar. cup shortening. 3li cups flour, five teasooons "oakmg powder. I tea- spoon 1 teaspoon teaspoon nutmeg, 3i cap cups choaoed dates- 'Separate eggs. Cream yolks, brown sugar and shortening. Mix anc sut Hour, baking powder, sslt, cinna- mon and nutmeg. Add dry mixture to first misture alternately with rent- Beat ecg whiws weiL Stir in.o mixtsirs. Add dates, mixing well. Turn into a greased loaf pan. Base in moderate oven (350 degrees P.) 50 to 60 Cool and frost if desirea- Jiffy Cake With Self Ftiur tablespoons shortening, one cup sugar, 1 egg, cup milk, -3. teaspoon salt, cups sifted flour, iti teasDoon baking oowder, 1 tea- spoon vanilla, cup grated sweet chocolate, cup chopped almonds. Combine shortening, sugar, egg. milk, salt, flour, baking powder and vanilla. Beat with a rotary beater untU light and smooth. Pour into deep caks pan. M'T chocolate and almonds and spread evenly over cake. Bake in moderate oven (350 degrees F.) 35 to 40 minutes. Molasses Cake CUD shortening, half cup sugar, three eggs, teaspoon soda, cup molasses, cups flour, 1 teaspoon cinnamon, teaspoon clove, teaspoon isace. 1 teaspoon salt. cup milk, cup raisins. Cream shortening, sugar, and egg yolks together. Add soda, mixed Luxurious, but decidedly NO 1 a luxury. Simple arith- of the proportion of our lives that is spent in bed end plain common sense suggests that sound sleep and proper rest justiiy the investment in a Luxuriously comfortable mattresses are no longer regarded as just another extravagance of the rich. They have increasingly become "a mutt" in the plans of those who realize that tired limbs and aching bodies must Snd compensation in periods of complete relaxation for women who have to do their own woric. TRIPLE CUSHION IV1 Manufactured in two grades Matching box spring recommended for maximum comfort at slight extra cost Triple Cushion Mattress. Available at Furniture and Department throushout Western Canada fright that it seemed to Little Squeak mat; Black Pussy surely must hear it. For a long minute neither of them moveo. Then Black Pussy- began to turn slowly. At ihat the smaM Mcuse turned." but not He never had turned faster in his life and he never had run faster than he did now. He hadn't known until now how fast those short legs of his could move. He was half way to old board when Stack Pussy saw him. There was noth- ing slow about the way in which Blsck Pussy turned then and leaped after him. Would Little Squeak teach the little onening under that board in tune? Old Mr. Toad, who was watching that race for life, dicn't think he would. Black Pussy made a long leap. It looked as if one of his black caws with its sharp curved cruel claws had landed constructed. DECRIBES QCTCK FREEZE PLANT Lethbndge Gyros at their lunch- eon meeting Friday at the Mar- quis hotel heard about the new ram tonight in the Cypress Hills. Cloudv and cooler Sunday. South- west winds 35 m pA, shifting north- tins afternoon and decreasing to west 15 m p.h. by Sunday eve- ning. Low tonight at Medicine Hai 50. High Sundav 60. Announcements DR. D. A. HYLAXDS Phone 2497. (Not yet listed in 1784 "We are pleased to advise that our supervisor. Mr R. F. Lambert, will be at the Marquis Hotel. Lethbridge. on Monday. Tuesday and Wednes- day, to interview men interested m home study or resident training in courses covering TELEVISION. RADIO. FREQUENCY MODULATION quic-- freese plant of the Broder end other allied subjects. Interest- company. Norman Castles, i ed persons are Hivited to make ap- on L-ittle Squeak. "Too badY" muuered Toad. Too, too bad." Old Mr. Then Old Mr. Toad grinned. Yes. sir. he grinned. Black Pussy trying to mish a paw under that cic board. Thss meant thai he hacn's caughu Little Squeak after alL The small Mouse shiv- ered as those dreadful claws searched for him. Tnev almost; reached him. They felt all around but he managed to Keep away from them. Black Pussy grew tired of this and withdrew Jus oaw. Then he crouched just; outside the open- ing under that board to wait for the liciie Mouse to come out. Now what Black Pussy didn't know what that the end of his tail wag just opposite another small opening uni board. He kept twitching the tip of it. Little Soueak saw It moving and knew what it was. So he stayed right where he was until at last Black Pussy gave up and went away. Little Soueaked peeked out. The way was clear. went out. "He has gone." saic. a squeaky voice. Little Squeak turned. There was another Mouse not much bseger than himself creeping out from behind a tussock. Little Squeak stared. Never had he seen a Mouse like this one. But then he hsfi seen no other Mice but his mother and father and brothers and sisters. This rewcomer had very short front legs and long hind ones. It didn't seem as if ne could possiblv belong together. He couldn't walk or run m the way IztUe Squeak did. but seemed to creep about. Then Little Squeak saw the other's taiL Such a tail! Ke could hardly believe his own eyes. It was long and slender, several times the length of his own tail, which was short, realiv not much of a tail. He had never thought anything about his tail before, but now he sud- denly was ashamed of it, "It must be you are a Meadow Mouse and so we are said the pretty little stranger. "Wha Meadow Squeak. makes you think I'm a cried Little 'Any one would know it bv your returned the other. "Just as thev uouid know me by he added. "It doesn't teil me who you renlled Little Saueak. "I'm a Jumping Mouse." said the other, and he spoke proudlv. "You're a Meadow Mouse and I'ih a. Jumping Mouse, and feat makes us cousins." (Copyright, 1946, by T, W. Burgess) The next story: "The Telltale Tafl." sales representative of the Broder Canning" Company, described the plant in detail and also gaie in- teresting information on the canning industry. The quick freeze plant, is nesrlv comaleied and will be ready to handle this year's vegetable crop. CLEVE HILL AT Renresenting the Canadian man- son. ageo. 63 years, beloved n _ 1-1 ATit A.Torwat posntments for interviews either by telephone or letter. RADIO COLLEGE OF CANADA Toronto, Canada. "Wl Deaths away on Fri- day, June 14. William Henry Daw- agsr'of the soViation. Alex 87 Eighwav As- j of Mrs. ilabel Snowden of the Ave. S. of 1206 6th seraces wiU be Lctl-ibridge Board of Trade. Cleve heid in Martin _Bros -Chapel on Kill, retiring president of the local Jiizuor Chamber of Commerce is now at the meeting of the associa- tion in Denver. He told members of the association Friday that Ca- nadian cities tributary to the route Canadian hiahways suitable for all- travel. The annual meet- ing. first in two years, continues today. Saturday, with more than 50 persons from Canada. Montana. Colorado, New Mexico and Texas attending. HOXOR HERO'S MEMORY Sgt. Robert EoseEbaum of Den- Ter Colo., and formerly of Leth- bridge. gave his life m the late war leading his men in'the ''Battle of the Bulge." The son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bosenhaum. and nephew of a Lethbridge businessman. Max Stem, Toung Rosenbaara. enlisted at the age of 17 leaving the TTJS- as a private in the tT.S. infantry. Hoaonng his memory and that of other war heroes, Phi Sigma Delta alumni association in the TJ.S. has set up a scholarship fund as a memorial to fraternity men who gave their lives during the The Rosenbaum family left Leth- bridge II years ago to reside in Denver, Colo. PRtVCE OF WALES HOTEL The femce of Wales of tne Great, Northern Railway Company at Waterton Lakes National Park is now open. Registrations are heaw The bus service to Water- ton "via Pincher Greet nas been started. NEW GIFT SHOP 1 A new gift shop. Gifts TJn-l-ta, is now open for business at 310 Thirteen Street N. The proprietor is J. W. Jones, formerly of the Vet- Guard, who been in tae city lor three and a half years. SELLS INTEREST William Knowlaen. partner with his brother A. Knowlden in Knowi- den Brothers, shoemakers and re- pairs, Fifth St. S, who has been in business here for 30 years, has sold his interest to M. Dorchak who has been associated with the business for the past ten years. He was dis- charged from tne active services some time ago. Mr. Dorchafc ana Albert Knowlcen will continue to carry on the business. William Knowlden. accompanied by his farailv. will leave shortly to reside in British Columbia. C.P.R. OFFICTAL Formerly tavision master mech- anic in Lfithbrioge, B. George, Monday at 2 pjn. Rev. Leslie L. Grant officiating. Interment in Mountain View cemetery. Martin Bros, directors of funeral service. 1397 In Memoriam Tn memory of Ivan E. Webb, who passed away June 16th. 1945. Alwavs lovingly remembered by his wife. Edith, and children. 1362 Meetings Wecklr Routine Orders Serial 2. No. 39. June 15. 1945. Issued by F.-L. Geo. Watson. Part 1. Administration. Monday, June third an- nual mess dinner will be held at the Marouis hotel, commencing at 18-30 hours. The squadron will fall in at Central school at 1315 hours. Cadet blues. The summer camp will be held for two weeks, commencing July 3. Full particulars at the mess dinner. Part 2. Personnel. Tt> be orderly officer: 1S-6-46 to 22-6-46. FO. D. Guild. To be orderly N.C.O. 16-6-46 to 22-6-45 Cpl. D. Lewicki. Arthur K. Putiand. FO., for C.O. Nb. 11 (Lethbndge) Sqdn. now assistant superintendent of mo- tive power for the with head- quarters in WinniDeg is a city visitor. He is on an inspection trip which will taKe ftim over the west- ern lines of the C-FJR, Prior to his recent appointment to Ms present position Mr. George was assistant supervisor of aircraft production at Ottawa. He was stationed in Leta- bricee from Sept. 16, 1940, to July 15, 194L. HARD SURFACING JOB Hard surfacing of the city's section of the highway to Ken- yon Field is expected to start next -week, City "Manager J. T. Watson told The Herald "Satnr- dav. He explained that the day work begins will be determined fcy the arrival of necessary ma- terials. Hail Insurance MERRILL AGENCIES Melcalfe Bids. Phone 4474 >SflniTflRV IfflK- cflBieos Take a holiday from cooking and washing pots and pans. All yon have to do is call in or phone the Man- darin and ask for a lake-home order of Chop Sney, Chow >Icin, and Sour or any other delicious Chinese recipe, M4702 CALGARY WI018 AUTO WHEEL REPAIRS and DISTRIBUTORS Ton can now change your TRACTOR FRO3I STEEL TO RtTBBEK We can supply WIDE-BASE RIMS WHEELS (for longer tire mileage) Together With" Expert Service. Abo Track Wheels Rims, Pass- eager Wheels, Trailer Aries and Tractor Rims. ABENDS MS FIRST ST. EAST M4702 CHRISTENSENBROS. PHONE 28O2 Directors FUNEPALSERVICEl PHONE 3561 IMY OR NIGHT CHAPEL 1 AHo WALLPAPERS of Distinction Sunworthy the answer Canada Paint Wallpaper Store Phone 2513 ICTDR RECORDS latot Victor mraOakte at BROWNS TOBB, RECORD CENTRE" DANCE at the TRIANON TONIGHT erery Saturday Night MUSIC BI DOW'S RHYTHMERS Electrolux Cleaners Sales Phone 4481 1264-3rf Are. S. Electrolux (Canada) Limited TWO ONLY SUGAR BEET TRAILERS Our usual heavy construction; fully guaranteed. MCLAUGHLIN GARAGE and Auto Wreckers It's foil-cream mflk. but the cream Is not on the top. It is mixed right through the "1'ifc in tiny droplets to make every drop nch and smooth. You bet it's good. Try it on the tell you. CRYSTAL DAIRY LIMITED PHONE 2576 I.ETHBRIDGB FIBCT FOR Precision is more than a word, with Gruen. It a tradition of craftsman- ship, developed through generations of fine watch- making. And smarter style is far more than a mere claim applied to Gmea beauty K is a fact, en- dorsed over'and over again by leading fashion aathori- THE GRUiN DEALER HAS THEM THERE IS OHE IN YOUR DISTRICT ;