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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta JUNE 1320 frfe LETKBRJDUE DAILY HERALD. PAGE ELEVEN MILADI these pictures were being brought up oa American ideals. It iras also determined that the local councils should send to local movies urging tbo'orifort'ement oMhe law asalust sceaos of tlolencs depicted on boards. that aid vaudeville performances, pat under the board of cental. -Mrs. nichjrd Hooper presented a iwclution suggesting that, a women are now. qualified to act Jnrlw, local councils ilculd be urged to women are appointed on jurlei In tbolr Thlc carried. A reaoiutioiTwgj passed which re corded that in order to cjear v PERSONAL fr 4 4 Mr. W. H. accompanied >y his pawnU, Mr. and H. Mete- tyre, arrived jji the city from Salt Lake Mrs, William Paris, of ;JUymomJ, IT 1th her daughter is a guat In ;Clty today to meet her son who is re- uirnlDS' (ran Banff. d C >iin M Brooks of Tiber, spent the 'week end in (he returning to Taber school held last cvealng at the Kwine of the paitor Rev. Oliver Cur- Ii. A gtwjly number were present, Btler period. eJlenJoyctl. some unique u4 (MtrMO'ng Retroshme'ata were and at a late" hour, the departed for their homes feel that it had been an evening pic's antly X. 1 In.i.apMkrng of the services lie 'Cryital Lake house under the auipjcw ot ike U F, A-. one- very appreciated umber wxs omitted, of Mrs Alex Ml on, llth St. South, who onderweet a ser- ious operation in the Van .Haarlem :hospital on Saturday, will be pleased to know th'al she Is roaklug Eatlstac't- .ory progress. Miss Leltle Hall, of Magrath, spent the week.end with friends In the' city. Mrs. n. A. Crawford left-yesterday for CardBton. nbero she nil! spend time with her parents, Mr and fAlrs Podger C F -Jsir.lfson returned from Olta wa jesterdaj Jlre. Fred Garros left this: after ;rtooh to spend the- .summer with -friends in Toronto. 4 Mrs love, of Raymond the igiiest other parents. Dr. and Mrs.'Laf- Mr. and Mrs. Johu Parks left'yestef- ;.day for Edmonton 'Where they will Tisit their ''Waller ickroyd of flas been spending some time here a patient In the hospital baa sufficient ly recovered to permit of return home 4 Mr. U F. Bonnell, of city, an- nounces the engagement of his eldest daughter, Soph ronia, to. Maurice 'D. James-Davies. soa Sire. Jamei- Javles of this city. The marriage will take place early in July. SOCIAL 1 The opening dance of z summer ser Jes to ho given on Weaneadaj evening pf every week during the summer ii: She main pavilion of the exhibition rjulld.lng oJ the Major Jack Ross Chapter, I p D R. will be held tomorrow ewning; jrill be furnished by the-faaous Can noneer's Jasi Orchestra rnenfs served br members, of-_ the Chapter.-. EKrett car hu been arranged" tor and notfilng would contribute to Iher enjoyment of the evening for attendants has been over looked r Members at tbe Sir Alexander Gait Chapter, I. O.-p. U, are going out to flenderson. park tctnofrow OVednes day) evening and will spend tho licurs from 7 to cleaning and Uear- Ing the Batferr point. Would'all bers with their friendi and hncbandi kindly (join tbe workers in, their.ef forts bringing with them the neca siirj tools It is hoped that one oren, Ings efforts will effcctuariy, accom pllsb'the cleaning ot-this point Mil order that this mav be'aceompllsh ed the presence- of a 6 volunteer' workers is desired The spacious grounds surrounding the homo of Mr. and lira. J. N Ritch ie. 1302 ;4th, Ave. S., will tomorrow (Wednesday) .evening present a gay appearance'irliett tho Women's iary of St: church hold x. lawn social. Proceedings will 7-, p.m., and include auany novel means of entertainment.' A imislcal program Will he rendered, Mrs. Waddlngton, J. EdiUi Washbrbolc, Jlr. O.-W. Parsons and Mr. H. Ktlncr, devotional and bus- 'the tantrum entat aunlc rep by Bagtad Farrtnr and Mr. Wm, Pirkf. ff WEDDINGS Jf A quiet weddlngiwas Eolsmnizsd on June ipth, in the afUTaoon, at the cDougal Parsonage, Bdmonton by the Rev. Lorno McTavisb, when daughter folV H. and Mrs. Batterbee, ol Nor- Farm, Chin, Alberta, was mar- rled to James L. Anderson, youngest son of Uie late James Anderson, of Klrcaldy, Scot-tad. (X Interest to Lethbridge residents was the marriage id Vancouver of Miss Vida Laticmy daughter ot Mr. and Mrs..U. Brace ot that city, but formerty of-Lethbrldse, and Georee B. Smith, ot Vancouver; The ceremonr lance and took pUco in St Jotns cburchf Vancouv er, on, Maj 26th 3J1SB Latimer as one of Vancouver a popular and did valuable ivork j tho wark taking 1 prominent dunng tbe Viar' taking a prommeat ments given in that cjty Itt aid o' and other hurnanitarlau jecls A, CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES The Local ot Women will hold Its reyilfcr raoollily meeting on Friday, tStb, in the 7MCA., at 4 p.m. TWt nadUng is open to all lidies-of tbe city. All schools are acked to Idndl) make collectlooi of the Royal Crown soap wrapper-ou