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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JUNE 17, 1946 'THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE NINE May Wedding Photo by D. Priestley. Herald Eng. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Andrew Filchak were married 28 at, St. Patrick's church- The s bride was formerly Miss Mary Pavan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. Pavan. Weddings home of Mr. and Mrs. Jonn S. was the scene of a on Friday, June 7. -when their youngest daugh-j ter, Zona Rae. exchanged marriage j with id Jacobs of Calgary, j Bishop E. K. Greene oSiciatiJlsr- j The bride, attired in a floor-length i gowp of nory brocaded satin, was j attended bv Miss Flora Lybbert. Mr. j Jack OJsea'of Calgary was best. man. j Following the receotion the bnde and groom leit for Banff. They v.ill make their home m Calgary. Baskets of peorues and snapdra- gons decorated First Baptist, church Wednesday, June 5. when Dorothy JjlUan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W_ W. Adam, became the bride of Maurice Cuyler Archibald, son of Mr. and Mrs. D- C. Archibald, Rev. Gerald Ward officiated, with Miss Klsie Westcott at the organ. Wearing a. floor-length gown of white net and laoe over taQeta and finger-tip veil, the bride was in marriage by ner father. Her attendants were Miss Kay Bucisan and Miss Faye -Fairhurst. Mr. W. R. Adam, brother of tbe bnde. -aas bess man and the ushers were Mr. Hillburn and Mr. Gordon Msgnifcson. Mr. William Davis sang. The reception lor 100 guests held in the church sali. Following a honeymoon ia Water- ton, the young couple will resiae :n the city. Out-of-town andi Mrs. S. Clareshoim; Mr.i and Mrs. R. and Miss Jo- hanna. Granuca; Mr. and Mrs. D. Regma, Sask. Rev. J. Cook oSiesa-.ed la the Pentecostal ccarcn] on June 5. waen daugnter of Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Good 01! Leicbridge, became the once oi by Cross. Herald Eng. At St Patrick's church. May 25. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Deak were united in marriage with Rev. Fr. J. O. Murray The bnde as the former Miss Elizabeth Koncs. Pioneers of City i become the of Mr. Peto A_ Nicas, son of Mrs. A. Nicas and the late Mr. Nicas of Lethbndge. The Rev. L. L. Grant officiated. Wearing a traditional floor-length white satin go-an and veil, the i bride earned red and white roses. j She was attended by her two sis- I ters. Mrs. T. 1C. Green and Mrs. J. Moscovich as matrons of honor. Mr. i S Hvs. godfather of the groom and Mr. J- Nscas. brother of the grcom. I were his attendants. Miss j Rooinson sang during ihe signing i of the register. j Follo-aiRg the ceremony a recep- i tion was held at the Marquis hotel with the mothers of the bride and i groom, assisting m receiving the guests. Engraving. I aRfi Mrs. Nlcas wiU reside in 3. John Grisak, who LethDndge. Nelyce Dayman, daughter of Mrs. M E. Dayman and the late Mr. W. Dayman, of Calgary, formerly of Carmangay, became the bride of Clarence Leroy Norton, son. cf the late Mr. and Sirs. P- Norton of; Rev. C. A. Lawson of-i ficiating. Mr. Roy Dayman gave his sister in marriage. She was gowned in floor-length white taffeta, a tinger-tip and earned a bou- quet of pink roses. The bride's sis- ter. Mrs. Wesley Jacobson was ma- j tron of honor. Mr. Donald Bow-j mart. Arroiwood. supported tfaej groom. The reception was held atj the home of the bride's mother.! Following a tnp to .Baafz. Edmonton and Sylvan Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Norton reside in Ar- rovwood. DEL ned- ding of interest to the district took place recenslv at ood, Sask.. when Pearl Cooper, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Hall, of White- wood, and Henry Paul, son of Mr. and Mrs. N. Grz-veland. of Del- Bonita. -acre married in a double j ring ceremony. The newlyweds! spent ifaeir honeymoon in Calgary t and points west. Tiaey are now' back in De! Bonita. where they will make their home. Principals in Wednesday after- noon's wedding at St. Andrew's church were Lillian Mae Morris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Mor- ris and Arthur William Krause. son Natal Wedding [white frock and -was attended by {her sister. Miss Irene Diebert, while Steve Hleacka supported the groom. After the ceremony reception j was held at, the HJeucka home for the immediate- friends and, relatives., DIAMOND (HNS) Mrs. Oliver Simmons announce the marriage of their eldest dauga- ter, Marjone, to Joseph Kramer. The ceremony was performed in the United cfaurrh in Lethbridge, on Saturday. a reception later at the bride's home. Recently Married Herald Eng. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Gordon E. Haniil-; X ton of Claresholm were married m DIAMOND ST. Thomas Anglican church. Card- J and Mrs. Nick Tota the Eton. May 28. They are residing mamaee of their daughter. Irma. to William WeHs of Shaaghnessy MARKS WTH BIRTHDAY Mrs. Marie Anne RScard. who resides with her daugh- ter, Mrs. D. McLean, recent- ly celebrated her 80th birth- day. Her other children in- clude Mrs. S. Thomeycroft and Mrs. William MarchaDd, Calgarv: Mrs A. Plante. Lethbr.dge; Mr. G. W. Beli- eau, Mrs. R A. Praser and Mrs. C D. Regana. Sask.; ilrs. J. L. Corbeit, Sew West- tmnster. 3C.. and Mrs. S. H. Smith, Santa. Ross, Calil. a honeymoon at Banff' _.. the young couple will reade in "e "J Shaughnessy. of relatives and were at the reception. Fn- i Mr. and Mrs Mel De Anna were oecarr.e of LJlVlde, IVUie recent principals in wedding St. Stephen's at-Verlir. Oisen. son of Mr. and Mrs. in wedding at-erir. sen. son o r. an rs. c chapel. Natal? B C. of Leavitr Bishop Ca- j bays Mrs "De Anna -a-as formerii performed the ceremony. Krall. I bnfie m floor I, Wins Scholarship The MONTREAL. June J. Wed 65 Years Mr. and Mrs. celebrated their golden wedding an- niversary June 8. been resi- dents of Letnbrtdge for more than 50 years. Eeralc Eng. Mr. and Mrs. George Blacker celebrated their -wedding anm- versarv. Wednesday. June 5. They _______.. ____ _. _. Centra! have been Lethbndge residents for United "church, Calgary, Eileen' 19 years. Mondav. June 3. al Will You Be Satisfied with a bushel For Your Wheat? Mary or Mr. and Mrs. H. Krause, K L. Garvin officiating bridesmaid was Miss Svelyij Roy j tion Saturdav nignt apoealed for a Given in marriage by her father, of Lethbndse. Best man was Mr. i United Canada and accused the oride. gawr.ed in fioor-Ser.g'h Hugh Secford. cousin of groom, j the Progressive Conservanve white brocaded orgar.dse ard car- CC.F. leacer. sn an ad- Rev. ned a of red Her i dress to a Quebec CCJP. bridesma'd was Miss Bvelvn Ror 1-to." "-fof fnr- a white satin and a long earned _ a of cream and red roses She was attended bv Miss Joyce' Davies. Mr. Neil Smith sunponed the groom. Miss Shirley Morris was soloist. Following a reception at the home of the bride's parents. Mr and Mrs. Krause left for Calgary and Banff They will be residing in the i I Marriage I.O-AS exchanged between Carolyn Kemp, daughter of XIrs. A. Grossman of Ecnior.ton. and William Elmer MacKay. son of Mrs. Ella MacKay and the late Mr. W. MacKay. of on Saturday. June 8. at United church. "Rev. Dr. R. Magowan offi- dating-. The bride, giien In marriage by Mr. W. MacGiKivrar, uncle of the groom, wore traditional white satin floor-length gown, long vsil and carried a prayer book, the long white satin bookmarks feeing ned with sweetheart roses. Betty MacKav. the groom's sister, was bridesmaid and Mr W. E. Baldry of Coaldale, supported the groom, i tTshers were Mr and Mr. W. MacGilhvray. Mrs. J. E. Smith, i accompanied by Mrs. Hols was the soloist. Followir.s: the reception held a Will Ride Here {Social Credit parties of speaking (with one voice in Quebec and an- other in other parts of Canada. -The isues now are clear.1 Mr. said to his prepare ad- dress. "We shall ha-.e "either a United Canada offering equal op- porturutv and Increased to ail citizens or we shaJ have a Canada. split faction- al groups and dominated bv selfish and oowerfu! interests no other object than to maintain and extend i their control VISITORS FROM COAST W A. R of Port Albemi. 3.C.. is 1 in Champion, vtsitine her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Taylor. WJW.S. 3IEETTNG George Tuff entertained the W.M.S. on :r'e June Engraving. 21-year-old Patsy Hode- ers. Calgary, who wil! represent Canada at the 1S4S Madison Souare Garden rodeo in October, will be VACATION' Df WASHINGTON the home of the groom's mother, i one of the riders in the Lethbndge the young couple left for Vancou- Stampede parade on July 4. A lea- ver, B C. j tive of Calgary, she has grown ua Included !s the out-of-town, on ranches'and Is a descendant of guests were Mrs. B. Jones of r two famous western families, Rochester. Minn., and Mrs. C. T. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. "Jaapv" Rccgers. Her grandfather. Socgers came from Ire-} land m 1883 and made his way into Alberta from Montana by Ingram of Blairmore. Mr. and Mrs. Gemc De and son Cor- neli'js. left for a -vacation in Wash- ington on Thursday. 3: Barbara Chnsiensen, daughter of a scholarship based on aer academic standing as a studsit' m pharmacy the University of Idaho, pocoteilo, Idaho. She formerlv on the staff of bridge store. with the famous You Less Than A Bushel U.S. Farmers Get (or Moire) Equivalent Canadian money. You Lose A BUSHEL t Are You Satisfied? IF. NOT... Protest Protest A Canadian Press despatch dated from London, May 23rd reported that a delegation then in London had assured the British Government that our Prairie farmers would be satisfied WITH A MAXIMUM PRICE OF FOR THEIR WHEAT (Basis No. 1 Northern, Fort WJLL YOU BE SATISFIED with any such price this year next year or for even longer? What if the world price goes still higher next year? Would you be satisfied with Even the British farmer got for his wheat this year and is guaranteed for next year's crop. Why then should British importers expect to buy your wheat {which is of superior quality) for less money than they guarantee to their own farmers? The French farmers are guaranteed for this year's crop, and yet the delegation is reported to have said that you will be satisfied with The United States' farmer is now getting the equivalent of a bushel in Canadian money for his wheat so by comparison you are already losing. 63c a bushel even if you get the full IT DOESNT MAKE SENSE. do not think that any such price as represents your will or any agree- ment on your of whether you are a member of a Wheat PwJ or Members of the Winnipeg Grain Exchange are strongly in favour of a healthy FLOOR price, but they firmly believe that prairie farmers should get the top prices that other nations' farmers are now getting for wheat. TKiNK THIS OVER. Then do more than just think. ACT PROTEST AND PROTEST LOUDLY AND LONG to the powers that be, until you get justice. DEMAND that your elected representatives secure for you justice and equality of prices. THE WINNIPEG GRAIN EXCHANGE Large white bows marked the guesi peiss at, Augustm's ccurch overland route recently for the wedding of Mil- j I. G. Baker bull team. Her mother dred Dorothy Lazsarotto. daughter i Is a member of the noted of Mr. and Mrs. P. Lszzarotto, and j ton family from New Brans-wick Edward James Duffy, son of Mr. I -jrho sailed or schooner to San and Mrs. P. E. Duffy. Her. Victor Francisco and followed the over- Smith officiated and Miss Margaret i land trail to British Columbia. Brown played the weeding music, j she is the first Canadian girl to The bnde, who was attired ha a j represent: Canada at New York and floor-length white satin gown and will be riding with, fire American long veil, earned a bouquet of pink girls. and white carnation and red roses. She vas attended bv her sister, Mrs. M. Crawford. Mr. F. G. Kol- oerton supported the groom and the ushers" were Mr. K. A. Tliley and Mr. H- Nectleton. A reception followed at the hosie of the bride. Out-of-town guests were Mr and Mii. J. Gorok. Mr. and. Mrs. A. Baroldi, Mrs. S Baroldi, all of Taber: Mr. and Mrs. T. Lazzarotto, Banff; Mr ana Mrs. H. White and son John. Mrs. C. Gresl and daugh- ter. Beverly, all of Bellevue Mr. and Mrs. T. CasteUani of Warn- er. ENS' wed- ding of Susan Winmfred Mitchell, daughter of Mrs. R. A. Nalder. to Mr. Harry AUsn. son of Mr and Mrs. Robert Allan. Calgary, took place ac the Stake House with BishoD J. O. Hicken officiating, on i May 6. Mr Allan spent their honeymoon at Banff. Doro- thy Janette Corey caughser of Mr and Mrs. T. of CoaldrUe. and Staff Sgt. David Leslie Nicol. son of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Nicol of Lomond were principals in the wedding at Hillhurst United churcn. Calgarv. June 7. with Rev. A. Fin- nis Marsh officiating The bride was smart in a rose- colored suit, whito accessories and a corsage of gardenias and lilles- of-the-valley. The bridesmaid was Miss Dorothy M Praser of Calgary The groom was supported by Mr. H. W. Jeffery of Calgary A reception was held at the Sni- press hotel- Following a short honeymoon at Banff, the cojplev.ere honored by the bride's parents at a wedding darce in CoaidaJe Fri- i cay, with more than 200 friends S-present. Painful, Pas Filled Boils the Cause of Much Misery If you suiier from boils you know how sick and miserable tkey made you feeL Boils sic an outward indication of impurities in the system, and just when vou think you are nd of one another crops up to take its place and prolong your misery. All the'lancing and poulticing you caa do may not stop coming. To help overcome boils you should purify the blood, so irfiy not that old, reliable blood medicine. Burdock Blood Bitters, a cnaace to saeor what it -vnO. do in helping you get rid of them? Thousands tare used for tiis purpose for the post 60 years. Why not you? Tho T. jnHmra Ltznitd. Toronto, HOMt LAUNDRIES 25 BULOVA WRIST WATCHES IN CASH HtencKa------Diebert i Sunday morning. June 9. at the Bethe: Evangelical church. Edna Diebert daughter of Mrs A. Diebert or Vauxhall. ar.d Mr Nick HIeucka. recently of the armed forces over- seas, were unitea in marriage by Rev. L- In the presence of a large assembly cf fnenos and relatives The bnde was gowned, IT. a long Overseas Bride IT'S IASY! JUST FINISH SENTENCE: like. EDWARDS COFFEE because (Csmpttlc tbti Sftittare ta 25 aadttjsnjj wrat vr Itst) YOU MAY "WIN! Think of winning a wonderful, post-war de luxe BENDIX HOME LAUNDRY. delivered immediately. Think of carefree hours while your beautiful does your washing aafo- maltcallj. Or, }oa may win a glamorous 17-Jewel BUXOVA wnst -watch a masterpiece of fine watchmaking' S2500 in worth-while cash awards, too! 2-10 prizes were married at St. Helens at Lancashire. ETr.glard, on Julv 7 1945, while Mr King was serving in the Canadian Army. EASY RUIESI ENTER OFTENl COMPLETE THIS SENTENCE m 25 oodiftooci or lesK I iike Edwaros CofTee fVmf ttw ord vour own na-.e cr-d oddreii, on contei! snrry KanVor ony p.ece oi sopcr. 2, SEND IN AS MANY ENTRIES AS YOU UKi. Urip from Covee Or o recionobia facsimile of Eowariis. a featured al Sofewoy S'ores, I J. YOUR ENTRY to Edwards CoPes Sox 976, Vorjcojver, S. C, Conodo. CONTEST ClOSES Jviv 21, 1946. Enfrtei rrust be pciiiarSced o' rtio! oate, ond before August 10. S ENTRIES WIU JUDGED by independent judges on bows of ongmo.iTy ond Judges' decisjons ore fi-id. Ouo'icate prizes to case of tms. ATI eltrres ond ideos conta ned be- come property of trte Edwards Cofee oeopie. No entries returned O" acknowledged. Winner bo notified by mo3. Ust C.T winners ovoHoble on revues'. ff ANYONE MAY except mptoyees of Edwardi Coffee, 'he stores where Cof- fee -s sold, their odve'tismg ord rhe.r iej- Contest restricted to Contmentai Un-tcd States ond Canada ond subject to U. S, Federal ond Slate, and Canadian government regulations. canard's 3o< 976, 3. Csraaa. Ed t fke ra Jj Mv SAME IS- MY ADDRESS fret j cast ystsr Sjtj huxd en fmtf} Stert