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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD MILAD Wed June 1st Phone 4040 Women's Editor Phone 4040 Asa :s so rare as a caj 111 parents, Mr. ana Mrs. X Stoltze. i if eier corse perfect davs: Then heaven tries earth i: w? in tune. AEd orer it softly her ear lays. Personals Mr and Mrf. W. K. Bae and son, Ian. hsie re-simrd to taeir home _i after ha', ing spent tze Mr and Mrs. TViUas the at the seei.end w resice me Facmc ceast. Metro-, br. Charles j PeSTr! curec-or' 'he Toronto; rvr-.serva-on. c: ana other; ana British music tin" Udell, "-owner's mother. Mrs J M. Mrs- Hae and Ian. receir.v i smvec :n Ca-gary Scotland. Mrs Marua K-yes srrnec :r. tre citv Fricay :rom Seattle. VIssri.io visit her father, Mr. W. M. Mrs. J. B Murraj LT anc Mrs Evens, who accompanies ..e. o- the return Two promsnerr Canadian lances--------_ were urutec Saturday _pKalaa> Eho-ser at the re: Luias E-.-va Van daughter of Mr. and Mrs T. Srani- Jin wss married to Capt Massev, elder son of Rt Hon. Vincenr Masses, former Canaeian high coanrussioner -o Bntair.. arc Mrs Massev of Toro-to anc For. Oai. Tfite Cynthia Stoltze. who has attending Weilesley univer- sity. Massachusetts, and Mr. -oul Stolne. who has been z. stucent a- Phillips Academv, Anaover, Mess. shower was held' at the of Mrs. M. to Mrs. Jones, a reeerr cr.ce Mr. Ear! Alison of She'.ov. Mont, is "IT citv ins mother, s'" E. "klhscn and __ C. I Mrs. Fred Ucea c: Watertoa. re- ua't-ori of'ser Dora- j Smr: Reflection There !s no particular virtue inj never changing jour opinion. In-, fact it is more often egotisucall thiaking and indicates rather than strength- Many pnae themselves that taev knov. meet a person, -ahether they are I going to uke them or is tius' not losing Sight of the fact that, there are neople -a ho i coier unlovely characteristic.- a pleasing surface What about those haims sad> un" isanpv exoenences have theai forbidding counten- ances. Sour, crotcnety you Mayoe so, :f one mdges b% persona! appearance. Very often, though, it is vrell irortli whiie to cLg under the surface. There you may find gold nugeets of uncerstaacing. simpathy. kindness aud depend-' abihty. Bes-are of makma surface; judgments and don't oe afrasa to j charge opinion It groath. To Reside At Coast FEELING THEIK OATS WINNIPEG. Juae Progressive Conservative women of Canada tired of oeing auxiliary members of the Alderman Hilca Hesson "of Winnipeg, national president of the partj's women's association. the Mani- toba party convention. Siie said thai thp members of the women's association "mere feeling their and that they wanted to know that are behind iRomen candidates. It was hoped that a women's headquarters could be established in each provincial capital. v Wed In Calgary F Tuesday, June 18, at 3 in the TO OF. hail Xoasaatroa election of officers. Hos-esses -jcill be Sisters M rasters. J Mcrden, M. Doughty and E. Engraving Mr and Mrs. George Stubos a ere married Jure 5 at the Pentecostal church. The fence was formerlr MJSS Beryl Good. Cross- Herald Eng. ano Mrs. Brian William mamea Jure l. at St. WOMEN AROUND THE I ess tail of anj of the Mouse folk I Sach a tail! It was not only !or-g but slender and tasermg. j Squeak couldn't keep his irom. thai tail. He nadn. t dreamed that I any one could have such a tau. i The little Jumping Mouse a handsome little fellow. He wore a fawn-colored coat and xihite "waistcoat. He looked like a squeaked the little -And is, hat has a don't exclaimed the other, looking surprised. "Then, how in the world do you escape vour enemies when surprised by Engraving. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Leroy Nor- ton of Arroirwood were married in Central UnlteC church, Calgary June 3- The bride vas formerly Miss Eileen Dajman of Cal- gary. MONDAY, JUNE .ill mill 'I More Dependents teach Halifax Following are the dependents at South Alberta servicemen arrived from Great Britain aooard the Queen Mary at Halifax on June 15: Mrs. R. B. "Anderson and Shirlev and Maureen of Picture Buuer Mrs. J. K. Brown and son Michael of 833 12th St.. Leth- bndge: Mrs. W. A, G. Everett, and Michael of Medicine Hat. Mrs. C. E. Elliott of Brocks: Mrs. H. G. Gower and children Pauline and Riaer or BlacSae; Mrs. P. H. Hanson and daughter Ruth of High River; Mrs. L. J McCaig of Medicine Hat; Mrs. H. W Poulsen of Pioneer Ranch. Mrs. G. W. Plante and son Gerald of Lethbncge; Mrs. G. H. Snow and son Terence of Ave. and 20tn St. S.. Lethondge; Mrs. Smith and sons, John. and. of Medicine Hat; Mrs. C. M. and daughter Mann of Mrs. W. C. Tourond of eer CreeS; Mrs. J. S Williams and oaughter Carole of Raymond; Mrs. EL T. Waterfield of 1st N-. Lethbridge, and Mrs. R. B. Kasmussen of Letnbndge. -I nin and replied Little Squeak. "I stiU dont. what a tail cas to do with jumping." -it keens one iteady and straight while in" the asr." explained the Jumping Mouse. This was too much for Little Squeak- He simply couldn't jump far enough to keep in the air only enough forj it to matter what kind of a tail he j p. The bnde was s moved a seien-oocnc n'unimified I tornierlv Miss" Annie Ruth Stank. j baby boy from the abcomen o: s. ___, matter wnat sma 01 a tai i had. shor, or long He said so. WCC ivaiia-AiW Surgeons at Ill. 1 caiieg Kangaroo Mice. He, too. are called Kangaroo Mice. He. too., me his prettvlittle like LitCe Squeak, was jus-, Itt x _ _ ,__ 1 __ Mrs. J. ne 1 i ijic-ij.. i: for 20 thjnkii B wstr. e Catl-erine Mrs. J. was afflicted wutn a non-malignant h30- 5 sno Mrs. A. enter- Aid 01 seoa.e a. tne _. a- and 41 trains were me.. A i i the latter. of trave'Je-s to tne, -a a Cursing5 "Is shorl tome for short aenocs. At tr.e. aSsheS might have happenec to it. have lost pan 01 y. if jou ask i icxri. iii is. he asked. and hghtlv be- "Of course." replied Squeak, who was thought some-' open-mouthed astonish-i comes of having' a really good tail" said he just, as j (Copyright, 1946, by T. W. Burgess if it was his tail instead of his powerful long hind legs that sent t him through the air on such long meant the old. board which Old Mr. Toad had been sharuig with hirs as a scrt of temporary home Just then a saadow moved over them. Neither of them knew wha' or who made it. Botn were startl- ed. Hairng alreacy learned to be afraid when srartled, both ran for the old board. Little Squeak coula run fastest so got there first. I was only a little way and he was under that old board in a jiSv He felt safe. Little Nsmaleheels was close behind him. He crowded H under the c-id but not tai and all. He felt safe. too. Alas not all of that long tail was ou of signt under the board. A pair of sharp eyes saw the end of l sucking out. The next story: is Glad." "Little Squeak GALT HOSPITAL HAS BUSY MONTH For the past month Gait hos- pital has been running practically at, full capacity, it vias revealed. Friday nsght at the regular month- ly meeting of the board in the city council chambers. The board passed a. resolution com e> ing their thanks to Mrs. B. KIPP rursmg suuenntendent for the past several years who Tjrill be leaving at the end of June, for her services at great inconvenience to heiself curing difficult penod in the history of the hospital- John McAvay, 92, dean of lake- head grainmen and a resident of Fort William for 62 jears, died sud- denly Saturday. Announced Property assessing is one more j The small Jumomg Mouse snooi his head. "It may suit you but T Everything Photographic A.E. CROSS SON THIRD ATESCE S. Mr and Mrs. Lea Smith, nee June Eliza- I oMier respect of their male colleagues who -ail. I doa's see how jumo with at; Peterooroush. Oni.. CV to Set. Thotnas J. i formerly hac a complete monopoh j lt. i really don't." ne said a bit dt- s ard Mrs- G-E.ni the profession. One of the le- damftilly ui. _- _ ?n assess- TtrK.r T _______ ____ uiic liiuic j ntrao. ma} -SLUI. L !v announces the en- j field where women are gaining the j would DC ashamea to have such a it daugn'er, j respect_ of tS Followms their snarrage at St. a tner-nesl Ont, on Mr Mrs Sari Clenus psssed. :h the city by plane Saturday Banks of take olace June 22. __ pioneers ing is Miss M gersoU. in property assess- ae Horseman of i June IS, has seen postpoaed_to Fn- i da-r, June 21, Xaaonal warmers 1 T- ne a mmin suaoer at LAWN SWINGS week with the formers parents, Mr. and Mzs. D. Clenns, here. Arrivins here froai Anchorage. Alaska, bv plane. Miss Marilyn Ann and Mas-er Hobers John Ferko are o- Mr. and Mrs. H C John- ston and Mr. and Mrs Joseph Craig for three months. Mrs. R. W. Bret; of Shelbume. Oni., wno has been the gues; of Mr ana Mrs. A. B. Bates ana Mr ja_a. j. and Mrs. Percy Moms, is leavmg J -wiU convey Lethbndge Country duo tonight. Monday for the east. Among' golfers Tueseay. I: Tfili oe a picnic supper a. 5 pjn. at Park Lake for all larm people aaci iamir.es Quota club will cola its regular meeaag Tuesday evening. June 18. in toe Cursing Mission at 8 Mrs. E. Ca-rns, Mrs H. G. Long. Mrs. J. Freel and Miss 3. Baldersop those havma "entertained for her Mrs. Aivui Bates, Mrs P. A. Budd. BiHer, Mrs. A. Siven, i Mrs. T. E. Kiven and Mrs. C. I After a. short holiday at Herel- i stoSe, 3C_ Mr. and Mrs. A- Wheeler rerumed to the cit5 Sun- day iughc. 'TRAVELLERS' AID REPORT FOR MAT During Ma- the Lethbncge Trav- A pot-luck supper -will fee held by Dr. Mewbum chapter, Tuesday, at 6-30, at Gas Co. Eesuiar meeung wiQ follow. -LOJ3S Knpper Kamival tickets 42S ana 3027 have not been claimed and nnzes mav be had at 1254 xlfrhAve. S. ada to marry Mrs. Florence with whom'ns fell ui 50 years ago. A recent exchange of JeEters of sympathy when optn were be- reaved revived their friendship. Movement to Canada of 31 QPO i brides of CasacLan servicemen with i 8.000 clrJdren has oeen so carefully j nanoled that no; one fataiitj from' illness or accident has occurred. StiU in Bntaia awaiang transoor- tation to Canaaa are mothers and children. Vera Bnttam. English novelist, is touring North America, on behali of the "Save Eiirooe Xow" orsaniza- tion ana in Toronto scoke on the j responsibilitv of everyone to heip alleviate the suffering in Europe. "Jumn? Why should I i PRIXCESS SHARES EMOTION'S OF FLT The reoij was prompt. "No. Only when there isn't time to hide. I would rather hide tnan jump. it is fun to fool an jv jumDing. What do jou replied Little Squeak "Just hide under that thing." He WINDSOR, Surrey, Eng- land. June IC.P Cable) Elizabeth shared the emotions of a fly on fly- paper recent} after ravjev- mg members of tne Auxiliary Territorial Service, the wo- men's division of the army, at the imoeriai staff college. She literally stuck to the reviewirig platform ireshij Damtec in her honor and left sticky white footprints across the parade grounc when she walked. CANADA PAINT PRODUCTS FOR VUL YOtHfc PAINT REainKOIESTS Canada Paint Wallpaper Store Guaranteed to Keep You Regular Naturally or your money both DOUBLE TOUR MONEY BACK guarantee Eat an ounce of All-Bran e-.ery dav. If after using just one pack- age you do not agree that its continued use is a simple, pleasant, daily precau- tion to help ycu keep regular, mail the empty flat carton to us with a note stat- ing the address of TOUT grocer and the nnce vou paid. "We will refund you not only what you DOT3BLE your money back. The Major Burnett G hold uierr regular meeting, Ever Get Mad as a Wet _ Ss'se. ...because clothes wash GRAY like The Telltale Tail Enw none what they Thev manv TOU no less Mothe- Xarore. Cheer up! Use Oxydol and see them come so clean they're White Without Bleaching Two cousins more unlike in ap- nearance creat aoout in the Grass of the Green Meadows than Lwtle Squeak and Nunbleheels Jr. One was" a Meadow Mouse ana the other a. Jumping Slouse In one thing were alike, their squeaky voices. Little Squeak was cnuaky and round-headed, with short legs and a snort, straigns tail. Toung Nunbleheels was slenaer. with a. sharper face, very snort front legs, very long mnd legs, and the long- WRAP AND TIE THIS nd that Oxydol is more than watch for the grim jest clothes in your wash. 'With OzydoL eren dirtiest things come so spanking clean they're 'White Without Bleaching. Oxydol's "Hustle-Bubble" suds are so energetic they lift out dirt. And wash clothes cleaner and whiter than less active soaps can crer hope to get them. Tests prove it. All your white things, except for stubborn stains, come White Without Bleaching. Yet Ozydol is really safe for wash colors rayoas, too. TryOxydoLSeeevengriniestthiagscome Without Bleaching. FOR WASHABLE COLORS ANO OXYDOL WASHES WHITE WITHOUT BLEACHING By ANNE ADAMS Wonderful wrap-and-tie blouse, cut in one piece, no side seams' Pull on over head wrap and tie at waist. Pattern 4735 has perky pep- lum. separate dirndl skin Pattern 4735 comes m s.zes 12, 14 16. 18. 20. Size 16, blouse, yards 39-inch; skirt. xards. Send 20 cents to the Lethbndge Herald. Pattern Dept. for each pat- tern. Two weeks' time should oe allowed for pattern to reach you This Coupon. Print Your Name and Address Plainly. Herald, Pattern Dept- Lethbridjre, Alta- Pattern 4735. Size---- Address I0n-- fo by tORETTA YOUNG 1EWSP4PERS HE ;