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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD MTLADI Today's Reflection COXA ,JCTORY CO1EXTIOX Quota Cluo International, Phone Editor- -Phone 4040 __ 11 LOUIS. Missouri. The international i There !s something very appeal- t Hannah C Summons ing about aU joung brides and Worcesrer, Massachusetis. issued I grooros as thej go forR-arfi tp lace, Jhe cai- ,0 ali QJota ciuhs the world together the states. Canaca and that they 5 have those creams anc hopes and a tinging heat Then there are the so callec "autumn weddings when Alberta W. I. By Chanty P. X.rton i WOMEN ABOUND THE WORLD Kitchen Kulture By a. BBSJ Bee a "i Gait Mrs. Bushel! 01 Carcston. is voting "in the citv. So nigh !s grandeur to our eust. So near is God to man. Duty wnispers low, must." The youth replies, can." Personals Mr. and Mrs J. "W. VTittssan Bettv annource tr.e birth of a da'_ghter, on Siturecv, June 15th. at O-rrent, tasi. Hospital. Mr. ana Mrs. Fran i nave received older people are It is very fuse to see -wo corgenial people njarrv to soeed the reaiaincftr ot the lives together ia companionship and and enjoyment of a Steecman i when oeojle are joung they that their taerasel-.es cespite the come their waj the ob- _. _ ..VSA....... Older people need "terra of" their third son. bom i ort of tneir own Jxxaes >-e caugh- j coniparuonship wi __________ Banana 40 One and one-half teaspoon salt. Walktog and'coL 1 te.tw.6 bananas, lacies for the Mav meeting. hen f f of the united cup com flake crumbs. Mrs. BraadeJ gave a paper on Com- comoine salt and egg. slice Social Five dOiiars was j Division, will be' Bananas crosswise, into Dieces to at tne jeiterscn donated to the Ola Age Pension to for conimuiutv service s soeietv. A social hour followed the for the coming vear and to refreshments Keck June S. a congen- a-d Mrs. Calcarj After havirs: been s la! mate to fill the lonelv spaces which creea in vears shorten. E Mileson were anc best- wishes to Thursdav from i aij ondte and srooins "A lot, re- I meniner, rests aith ;.oa -a hen sor- rr.encs cf Mrs Stella Layon.! youTougat A; fo-Sier.y of-this citv. will be Jiter- aether." es-ed to know that her h'-iAanc.' MI- Lev-ton, B-Sc.. F.R.C O_ ?n at Pauls _ States. Cdnaca Australia 'o aopoint celeaatfs to meet at the Jefferson Ho'el. July 1-3 _-_ elect Miss Georgia oe the celeste attending from Leth- bridge. Dr. Charlotte Wlu'wxa. O-- tana. be one of the speakeri. her topic being, "Women the World Over" 'HVT TKIPLETS First set of triplets to be bcrn !n Mecicirse Hat since 3541 were delivered to Mr and Maier, 1156 Qt.eea street, bv Or D X. MacCaarles a- the asaterrjtv s med gaturdav at Rncrside, met at the home of Mrs. A-sanscii for the rree'- ing: at roll call -aas answered with a cu-rent event It was decided to give a welcoming partv for all the war bnces A numoer o: verv i nice articles ot clotnuig were hand i ed in for a girl vf was served bj tse i Mrs. Mabel M. Butler of Mont- iv appointee chief of cus- New York office cl Onitea Nations, said in an in- Tuesdav night Canadian omen shoulc oe represented on, rji comnusiions. especiallv on the! (poonomic and social council and us sub-groups, which induces the nu- niaii rights comaiifsion. headed oy ______ Mrs. Eleanor Twentv-fao members at FAREWELL PARTY Coauauiutv hall for the regular meet'ng at which roll was answered ustn the exchange ana otilbs The May m haa the attendance this vear. for tne drive will be Bursaries for undergracua'e nurs- ,n -np offeree 1 inch thick, oip in ess- Drain. Roll in crumbs. Fry in deep, hot fat R. L. Hewitt, Mrs. Hewitt and uaura son of Bakersfield, place of! visitors in the Cjiy. 1 slice onion. 1 teaspoon sugar, dish tomatoes, bu'ter. flour and season-1 ings Bake in moderate oven (350 "ml. i? Me- of tneir Ecna to SPRIXG COULEE. 'HXS> More than 100 persons attencea th' farewell partv neld in the Coin- ,d f- mumiv hall for fhe Hev. H. P.J Marston and lamilv. are Zeav- ing snoniv for Three where secern daughter. Olive Mr. Joseph Bruce Rush- ms -v.-i i.--.v marriage wJU j Mr. Marstcn callec on June Lean. i r and Xrs E. S Keeping Weddings Dorotnv Elizabeth, eldest daugh- er of Mrs Eura and the ia'e Mr. xrg tne ever ing W. Wood, on behalf, of all the i Rev. ana Mrs Marston with a purse of silver. HOXOR BRITISH BRIDE and Reld r: Duricg t-eir s-ay in the city meaioers of tne Provincial Plavers of the Uiuversir. ot Aloerta were entertainea by Joan iiay. ?Jrs. G. RecsnsTi todav. Fn- day. to soend a montn's vscat'on the Pacific coaat. Mr. and Mrs. J Free! are soerd- ins z. few cavs nol-cay Waterton Kanonal ParS Mrs Staalev Howsrc leit by plane Thurscsv to'sostic a few cavs an witn Mr nowarc. Gurr-Hurst ;uj V.hJe in tae t or ilrs to Saturday are guests Mrs Kels Nelson. aert. Man., formerly and Vulcarj. The cert Si Nor- Enchant was per- Cnurcn, 1 real Mrs. Eugene SecUle of Seattle. Wath_ are suests of their, tnotner. Coontess oe Foras. at Sign j 1 R-ver. Owing to the of her mother. Mrs Hugh Macoatn, wao is the guest o: Mr. Sverson. Mrs A H Deno capaci'y for Mav meeting wnen Mrs- attencec csnce gave an explanation on acjustmg Mr arc Mrs Joe Kinniourgh dress oatterns Seecs arc also t" night at the Huoson cards are bems sent over- all Nazi publications, mainine sauce Garnish with parsley Yale songs, films and propagauca anc stuffed ohves Serves 6. meeting was he'd at the protest will betn. the WJ through a niem- JT-VVJC. func. Ti'e next, meeting is cousin belongec to a to be a Handicraft meeting Tea collection was 95 cents Roll call was answered with name o! an Alberta Lunch was servec bv nostess and helner Northern Busy Bees A.W.I G.C Eleven members" met at the home of Bettv RusseU for the June meet- ing at whici Mrs. Revnold gave- tips on puolic speaking 11 was "to be the handing in towels and A re- Tweive iadies assembled at Mrs McCracken'i. home for tne Mav meeting wnen Mrs Balawm gave a caper on handicrafts She also gave a cemonstrat.on on tne making 01 dress making torms as well as in- structions for cnanging patterns to sui; figure defects Munsor WJ Mltu are hortesses for the D-umheller, Rol! confe'-ence of tea from your fruit with CcRTO New Dayton Golden port on tiie daace -nth the nroceeds Grains 4.W.I.G.C. amounting to S2356 The girls plan The May meeting was held at the j to jjare a tea sale this month There ho-ne or G-ace Cnnstensea wit.i 10 j ,5 a shower to be held for a n-embers answennst roll call, wmch j iocai memoer at home of the i was sing, say, wnist'e or orar'. All new sunervisor. A deLcious luncn corresnondecce was read. They was then served. to send giris to the con.en---------------------------- acn The annual Ice Cream Social SHOWER will oe neld this year. Mrs. SOUTH MACLEOD