Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 18, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE-SEC THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD TUESDAY, JUNE 18, 1946 MILADI WEDO1XG AXXOUSCE- A MEXTS Phone 4040 Owing to tne paper short- age, it necessary to cut ail acccunts to an- that- the taken place. This-ruhng be csservec commencing Tuescay, oiwe IS. I; is sol :o run pictures of events is iocs as tne AKOCSD THE WOKLD Miss M. J. Huucaru supervisor ol charge of the h.onie es at uie Irstitu and Art in Calgary from Sept. I. Under The Bridge THE P. M. Saucer, manager of tne S.. t Weather i and is accompanied formerly of real o j Winnipeg EAXX sitit'-il Js the rais! the .and nezt. in "the broac. and Sery street, the Earrow iane. How eeaiititul -s the rsis! Personals... Mrs. R. IV. Brett, WHO has bees her uncle ana b. a.-.c Col- ,C. M Peterson h-v? 'cisy from Sa.: J.? t ta _to and Calgarj. ins a icw and Mr. CARMANGAY. rissej announced daughter c: Mr. ana Mrs. Pa'Jl i Roderick Slisty. sons Jeanette McDonald, sissmg star F ROL-XE TO Vancouver of stage and movies, has left to w.n publieizv director for' Victoria make a concert tour in Ertrland, i and the voice Current Scotland and Ireland. Paramount News, Medicine Hat LeTnb-idge briefly Tuesday after- Lethbndse Tne bnce noon eil route oy air to ana Canary their some _ of Mrs_ B G 624 15tn Jasper National" Part. j Edmonton St. S. Wednesday evening a: S., i _ J Sirs. B. G. SccttI Sirs. O Minor. SHOWERS HELPFTL t Carmasgay ____ Alma Pleura.; Tne UA. to B. of RT. Mondav. "siiik Riier" reports .18 voting her uncle ana aunt. -M-. Sirs. T. G. Bates. Slesaay cn.se. night to in Sasi. crio. he- to returning to her home is Sne.-Si.iss cf bume. Out. f. Mr and Mrs. J. Misty. June 5-5, Slesdames S. He-.. Fr. ccficiatisg. Anna E. Nielsen. A. o: Mrs. G. Land hostesses, ana ir.e late Mr. G. Lund, of Car- ni-incay, married to Percy son ot Mrs D. Vogt and the .Ir of BC. S. a: Esln'jrst Cnurch, gar.-. CO eeting is on 10.OJ-. haU Many sarK cf South Alberta got heavy "showers Sunday nighi and Monday. MJik Riier reports .18 inch ii-ith heavier rasn wess. Crops feliT 81 82 59 50 69 70 63 69 6G 54 es 60 57 63 51 Indians To Get Surplus Supplies Cardston Woman Called By Death 60 37 34 52 50. 41 45 33 39 43 33 41 33 30 Kancy Mary Kelson. 71. wife of John C- Nelson. died Monday night. Bom iu Virginia. UJSJL. she was married in 1894 and moved west living first m Some surplus stock left at Ivor- Idaho The familv came I to Indians in the area, it wasj no-m- Tfie io wu m j announced by headquarters I tary District" No. 13 today. j jPood, clothing, cooking etc.. to an estimated ialiie of S7T973 is to be turned over to R.C.M.P. officials of the north town for dis- tribution to the Indians. Much of Jaw...... Saskatoon Prince Albert Forecast Ijethbridge Cloudy this after- roors. clear and 'A'armer. 'Showers in the .foothills this afier- _____ jr.oon. Southeriv 10 miles TO JOIN" HfSBVXD nour dHnagr otherwise brtcei expected to ar- hght. Low wnigh: 48. High tior. f jr Ci-.ic i .Vtsi" citv this week from j 85. hsl- rcsn- "J. R- Johnsoa and Medicine trith show- lar" meeting Wednesciav "SIM" Stella, who arriveo ers. especi-iHy m the Cypress Hills 8 o'clock in the -Kec; on Safirday on the; areas, clearing tomghtL Clear and Summer activities 11 ill be Le in Carwn -as jind Chnstensell are in charge of funeral arrangements, j are coming alon? SI. X. j are needed. ki anc G. McMillan The Lacies" Engagements Announced After visitin; In CleveZanc. Mr. and Mrs C. S. Donaloscn re: a: A, IXjnaldson. at Thev were accompanied h-nie c-. thesr daush-er. Mrs. H. S. is tcnigh-. Tuescaj., for her honie in Miss Xene W.ilker has returnee to the attsr nsvan; spent a ihree seeks' in Mon-.. where guest ct Mr. and XrH-J. Sc join the fonr.ers, Wednesday Liaht winds, Dick Johnson. the home Low loniahi 50. High S5. ico'.ner. Sirs. S. S. Johnson, Sir. and Mrs C F. jj >V" "T-iosiis. K Parker, son o: Mrs Alice the late Sir. o: Picture 3-tte. The take shortlv. Mr. and Mrs S- an-j the equipment and clothing was used during the exercise and the( cost of transportation to Edmonton j would make its removal uneconoiai-! cat i In addition io articles of clothing.' pots and pans, and household goods, i there are two new treadle sewing machines which will be given to', Indian missions. Army rations, slated to increase the larder of" Indian homes include many items J ranging from matches lo 1700 pounds of pilot biscuits. navy. During stay in Leth- bridge Everett, was a Herald earner boy. The raarria-e cf Margaret Jose- phine, daughter of Sir. and SSrs. i Sletcalfe, of Mr. asd Mrs. W. J.: Sletcaife, took place at St.. Patrick's Chores. Monday, June 10. woman of cording to a CJP.H. feather repors. __ __ fo- jhe division. Weatr.er Askwith. :oid over the rest division is re-; ported to be clear and calm v.ith temoerat'jres between 50 to 60 ce- grees above. Announcemen ts DR. D A. RYLANDS DENTIST Phone 249T. GETS BACHELOR'S DEGREE Everett. Jay Dodge, son of C. Dodge, former Lethbndge Northern engineer, received the degree of' BJSc., from the University of i Southern California. Los Angeles.: March 15. He was also eonunis-1 VS.' CALOBAR SUNGLASSES GOLD FILtED 3DETAI. FKA3IES S12.0O Pair other lines of stin goggles tnm to Jackson Draffin The Family Drup Store Phone 3361 (Not ves listed in t 1784 British sovemmest nurses and nddviiies frcm a freed war- to Births HAIL DOES DA3I4GE Farmers in the Iron Springs ens- requiring them to only j Ir; Mrs. SL McFarland c: Vancou- Dixie Daniel asd Mr. Mrs. C. O. Weiss ot Seattle are here, guests o: 2 Mrs. C. R. Dasiel and Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Sirs. S. D. Peacock and Sirs. W T returnee; to me city en Sundav "bv plane after having spent Today's Reflection I' ah. me! man" ?le2saat rap: quate water supply. 1 ao'jnced by this early i was lortunazely narrow. There are so the other hanc there older Mr. and SJrs. Edward SIUls. Car- amsounce the birth of a "Wayne on June 7th. 21 St. Michael's Hospital. 1447 Cards Of Thanks SUss Slinnie Thomson wishes to The strip express her sincere thanks to all her hailstorm friends who were so kisd to her and sent: flowers and cards during her recent illness. 1444 AUTOMOBILE PRIORITIES The onces board announced Sun- day in Toronto of priority certificates for automobiles would Framed Pictures A..E. CROSS SON THIRD AVEXTE S. i Sir. and Sirs. Reid are now residing i considerable TON. June ID Eear Vauxhail. was the date of the weddsis o: i ALBERTA TV.C.T.U. MEET Ruth, rouazest daughter o: Sirs. Tne 33rd annual convention of TT jug Alberts Provincial Women's Christian Temoerance Union will be hela ui TVesley United church. Edmonton, on Tuesday. VTednes- vnth Sirs. F. C. CAKDSTOX. fHNS) LJD.S. Chapel, Calgary, was iheseiang for i the marriaae of daughter 01! Mrs. Doris "Jensen, to Mr. George j Gablehaus. Calgary, -siih Bishop i Jane Megarry Chapter I.OJ7JEL os-luck supper will be at pjn. i the Gas Co. "Wednesday preced- Metal Lawn Chairs The Military Chapter I.O.D.E. Will Hold a TEA Pantry. Table In the Gas Company Auditorium Thurs., June 20 From Three to Five F.3L EVERYBODY WELCOME The Southrmnst hold their regular on Wednesday afternoon o'clock m the church hail. Hosnital News Mrs. SlcXulty is a patient in Gale hospital. Miss Sfinnie Thomson, who has at pSSint in a Calgary riospi- ti to re- i Women of the Moose will meet in the Legion hall on Tuesday. June 13. at 3 o'clock. Sisters Smith. Steele, Terns and Yinev hostesses. 1 Regular monthly meeting of Sir Alexander Gait Chapter, LOJXE, will be held on Thursday, June 20, i in the Red Cross rooms. recoTered ntiy to re turn to the home of her niece there. In Memoriam In loiing memory of our dear sis- [eyers. who oassed away 1S44. face we loved so dear, voice we loved to hear, true, we wonder why. ilways the first to die. iberea bx- her sisters, i Laura and families. 1453 XOTES CITY'S GROWTH Tn ]ovirs jnemorv of our dear sis- Re-vL-nmg Letnbnnge -or tne first Jean who oassed away time in 43 jears, Fred Cowgil! of j Hamilton, Ost., who is vlsiuag his j v.ou sister dear, brother. J. S. Cowgill. is amazed jou be. at the growth of the city which he 35 life and memorv last, descnbes as "unbelievable." He j sfcln remember thee. noted the growth of treas in the j Ever remembered by her sister, city and considers the wide streets familv. 1452 nnri a ._____________'----------------- and Gait Gvdeps a "masterpiece." Mr. ootrgill, who is j 71 years of age is a prominent 1 Mason and came to the city by. plane. He is greatly enjoying the sociability of the western people. KNOWLTOX ELECTED L. B. Kno-slton or Georg In Police Court Speeding in the city r. grief to two m city_poHce brought t Green anil Cc-sissav. elrr. wss elect- i Tuesdav moming vrhen Magis jate ed nresicent of the AJfaena divi- A. Beaumorit. K.C fined Geo. Laz- sion" of the Canadian Feed Manu- aruk S10 and costs and C. McNeely facturers' Association at the recent S15 EEC costs. -convention held in Edmonton. Mr. j J. Berla contributed S20 ana costs Knowlton was formerly vice-presi- for improper possession. Oi Jiquor. _ INTERNATIONAL 5IEET EASTERN STAR HERE dent. D. Clemis of 'the Ellison i Jenny Lindgren adrratted the Slillmg asd Elevator Company, was I court that she had enjoyed or oresent at the convention along j three" drinks but was definitely not with Sir. Knowlton from this city, i intoxicated. Police evidence was Among the speakers were Dean that she was very crunk, unable to j Sinclair of the faculty of agricul- I stand, but able to curse and shout. ture. University of Alberta: A. St_ Mrs. Allen's and Mrs. Gdlespie's secnon. St. Augustm's W_A._ ror the first time in the "lis'orv of the citv. an inter- national Eastern Star meet- ing wiii be held here Friday. June 21, when two chapters i r.tillarti of the wheat board, Cal- fgary: and Prof. Ross Cavers, Uni- i versity of S" from ojontana will join Maple ,01- 1 Lethbrldge "Wi will meet at the I felt like streaming because 1 forgot one simple fact I" words words they were driving me mad! Magazine editor is no job for any- one who's as irritable and h eadachey all the time as I was! "Then I tried Kellogg's 30-day test. That one simple change of diet reallv helps me keep fit. Now, I have a grand time at work and after hours, too! And I really go for Kellogg's Bran Hakes. They taste so MAKI THIS 30-DAY TEST1 1. If you're really HI see your doctor! Bet if von just feel deli end headzchey, you may oalv be sobering from in- complete elimination. Especially if you're 55. Here's how one siaple change of diet can help TOD keep fin 2. Start light now to eat Kellogg's Bran Flakes every morning. Xo harsh doses just Ivceu 6t the -way! Get more of the bulk your systesi needs by eating delicious, pently-Iarative Kellojre's Bran Flakes TTith Other Parts Of VTheat! 3. Jost thirty should prove to yoa how prand it is to feel alert, to hive the energy for aH the extra things von'd hke to dc. Yoa'H wa go on keeping the Kellogg way! Keep fit with Kellogg's every day in the year! ana Laurel Chapters in Lethbndge. Exemnlificatioa of work will be presented by the Slontana t Dies Suadenly chapters and approximately 100" visitors are expected from out-of-town. After- neon session and banquet supper vnii be m the Masonic hall with the even- ing session at ihe Marquis. She was found guilty and sent to Fort Saskatchewan jail for one month. S. Gibson pleaded guilty to being intoxicated and paid a fine of S20 and COKS. Dick Vercoerd. charged with threatsning his wife with a butcher knife, was bound over to keep the peace in a bond of S5CO. (HNS) Farquar Matheson, 32. es-serviceman, died i of a heart attack Tuesday morning. He recently returned from war ser- j vice overseas and had only Monday received a cable from his Old Coan- try bnde that she was on her way to" Canada to join him. The par- 1 A ents of the deceased reside in Cal- j j Funeral arrangements _ not" completed. are A DEODORANT OF DOUBLE ACTION ANGUS G. MILLAR OPTOMETRIST 104 McFARLAXD BLDG- Wione 2566. Lethbridge TWO ONLY SUGAR BEET' TRAILERS Our usual heavy construction; fully guaranteed. MCLAUGHLIN GARAGE and Auto Wreckers ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Box 459 Lethbridge 3 to I say Kellogg's an firroar- In a recent survey. 3 times as many housewives Toted their favourite Bran Flakes as named any other brand. Look for the goJden-yellow package try the new, large THRIFTY SIM. 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