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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1946 MILADI _ I PLANTED A SEED On Tuesda? Mr. acd Mrs. A. G. Virtue, arcorapaiueo. by their daugh- ter, Carol, left the city to spend a month's at Qualicam I Beach. B.C. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Robinson and 502 Glenn. returned to the eiu frcm a. holiday trip to Yan- 1 couverj B plane, i CKJ Phone 4040 Cowboy Ball Rodeo Feature; .Dancing For All at Gala Event pajES are being spared, by. Following is a list of donors of 1 directors of tlie Lethbncge Victory crazes and the prizes: Buchans Rally ase Rodeo Beautr Stop, S10 permaaent I T-bone Parks cav Saturday of nes- seek, to 'chicken IDE. t-ao chicken duuiers; aijie the eieraiig dacces an out- Wilson Electric, one psa-up lazap; stancjiEg feature 01 each tiaVs pro- i Kepler's Aviation, oce airplace grata. A gooc cance floor is being 'ride; Park Lane Cafe, wvo full erected on the grounds aafi the i course meals: Keraiag Motors, one I took from a paper packet A handful of uny seeds- And raises the crown earth cier TO Sail the persistent I planted a. row of flowers' Within the warming sod. Then covered them over And leli the res: to Goc. Personals After attending The graduaticn of her daughter. Miss EZeasor, a; B-snkscme Hall in Toronto. Mrs. E. A. Wilson and Miss Eleanor Wil- son ha-.e returnee t- :neir home in the ciry. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Holmari of Las Calif., armed in the today. Thursday, av plane from Winnipes and were met here by Mr. Mrs. A. G. Baalim :rom Wcterton National Park and return tnth them to ce then- guests Baalim summer home at the part Miss Jean Campbell. who left on holiday with ner father. P. M. Camoosli. is a patient; in the hos- pital at Grants Pass Cre. uhere she underwent an operation for Mr and Mrs I> D. Murdcrh of Vancouver, B.C. been the suests of snd Mrs. W. S. Bryass. left Monday for their home were accompan-ed as far as Calgary or Mr. anc Mrs. D> R. Snouldioe of that -a no were weekend guests at trie home. Mr. and Mrs. George Clarke ar-; nvec the ctty Tuesday by plane from Edmonton" to me Matter's Mrs. M. To make their future home st ChiDwack, 3 C. Mrs. William Knowicen anc her caughter. Mrs J. A. Lukcstfy are the today. tor C taa to Join Mr Knowlden and Mr. Lukasffv who left :or that centre several ago. s'-irfaee tnll be gsyly lighted. Thursday and Friday eien- ings a. utney "dance will be oper- ated br the committee in charge. Music roil be furashed Ander- son Sisters" orchestra. This 1 ular aggregation is certain to at- Marks 80th Birthday Good Reporting Is Convention Topic and grease job: Hoyt Hard- ware, oce voucher; Marquis j Motors, S10 cash; one pair njions? H R. Carson. Ltd..1 two flashlights complete with bat- teries: C. A. Long. M.O hassocks: Tip Top service garage, one oil Aninng In the city Wednesday to be me" guests of Mrs. C. A. Long are Mrs. George Sdmoncs of We Copy Discharge Papers A.E. CROSS SON THIRD AVENUE Steel Venetian Blinds Measured and Installed. Ooit Blinds Mane to Order. Mr. and Mrs. G. F ToUestrsp left Wecnescay :o spend a shcrt holiday m Great; Sails, Mont. Mr snd Mrs. R. All-son. Sr_ are a lev davs in Calvary visiting their son-in-lair ana daugnier. Mr. snd Mrs. Murrav Standish. Miss Mary Duncanson. formerly of Letnonege. nas returned to her home m Ccleman after visitins in :he the guest of IsooeJ C'encemns. i Dr. and Mrs. Scjnunc Caircs haie( the-r father. Mr. A. 5. Sharpe of Toron'o be spending the summer, j months them. j i Former residents. Mr.1 anc Mrs. Walter J. Krafi cf Cal- earr. and their three cnilcrea. J Sklarion. Kalnn and Dorren, have returned from hohdavms in forma ane Winnipeg anc -STJ! leaie Calgary in a few weeks to take UD resieence in i Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Steele of Van- couver, 3 C_ accompanied by Mrs. 1 Terrv Barton of Spokane, Wasa. have smvec in the cur and are i ie guests of their mother. Mrs. M. j3. Steele- Mrs. Ml E. Shnuno- has as her I house euest: Mrs. Paui Cameron of j Vancouver. B.C. Mrs Slunmon and .Mrs Cameron are leaving Friday ro spend a shcrt holiday in Calgary i and" Banff. Thev -srill be accom- 1 oaniec to Banff by the former's and daughter. Mr. and '.Mrs. Donald CampDeU of Calgary.] I 5 Mrs. n. "W. Green-sray left Wed- H6Sday for Waterton -Brhere she i scend the summer months. She vras accomoamec by her daughter. JMrs. Donald McXabb. Jr_ v.-iil i spend a shor; nolicay there. 1 Weddings McLeltin Rooner On Monday. June 17. at Holy Rosary cathedral. Vancouver. BC. Kathleen Marj. oaugnter o: Mrs. F Rooaev Of YaECO'jier. formerly of and the late Mr. Rconev. -a as united in to Mr. Francis Bernard son of Mr. and Mrs. A. McLeUan of Yancoa-.er. The uho giien in mar- riage by Dr. S. A. Johnson. a dressmaker suit of paradise blue Frencn boucle iMth pale ac- cessories and corsace of pink roses. She earned a asi'e prayer book decorated with pink flowers. Mane Heoney was her sister's- attendant. Follo-Aing the nup- tial mass, a reeeolion isras held. Mr. and lef; Tor as extended trip the United States and on the- return reside in Vancouver. M I 1 The was solemnized. .June 16. Trinity lAiiheran church. Boulder. Colorado, cf Doro- thv. daughter of Mr. anc Mrs. W. Rockenback of Lethbridge and Mr. .James Burser of MeCIa-.e. Color- ado. Hev. "John Futchs as tne coubie nng ceremony The bnde. entering the church on the arm of her father, chose a floor- length gown of vrhite net -ssith white jersey bodice and a chape! veil which huns from a coronet of dcmtf w'lite s'Snrlec :earhers Her bouquet; sras an orchid surrounded by Txhite roses and stephanous. Tne bridesmaid -RTLS Miss Bulie Heanz and the bes; man the groom's brother. Mr Daniel Burger. Fcliotrmg: s. honeymoon trip to Denver Mr and Mrs. Burger will reside in ProTvers. Colorado. The bnce's parents. Mr and Mrs. Rock- enback. in attendance e.1 lie trac; dance lowers. As a special grand finale for SE- _ turdav mjht. a "Cc-bav uill of Bert and Mack, one elec- be staged, featanng the music of. trie iron; Consumers" "Dust-.- and Hss Westerners." Spot 5 one stainless steel Dutch oven; dances be featured and a tota! j Syldons one sterling babj of 31 aitracris-e prizes aTsray. 1 bracelet; Jackson aacl Drafuil. one Ticket lor the dance are noir on ladies" toilet set; Imperial. t sale by members of the Stagettes; one card table: T. Eaton Co_ So Club and at the following business I voucher; Marquis Flower Shop, one houses: Marquis Fkra-er Shop, i corsage; Gait Service Station, plas- Blenner-Hasset; anc Smith. Koyt' lie mirrtK-; Fashion Shop, one pair Harc-a-are, Park Lane Dine Mackenzie Electric, one Ciub Cigar Store. Paragon j glass bake Fisher Auto Body and Arcade billiard rooms, i Works. cash. change; Barrett's Home Appli- ances. one silex; May-fair. on? pair i WINDSOR, Oat. Good reporting- still is the core of newspaper work. Charles Bruce. general superintendent of The Ca- nadian Press, said in a talk to a i discussion group on "newspapers" at Ttiurscav morning session of the i Canadian Women's Press club iOtii triennial convention. Wallace Reyburn. magazine eci- !tor of the Montreal StaaiaTd. i speaking on magazine and free 1 i lance viriUcg. criticized Canacian publications for their timidity and "studied avoidance of auythiEg eon- 1 troversiai." "It ss a reflection of the Guoadl- an and disinclination to go out on a he said. H. M. Morden. associate editor of the Windsor Star told deJegaics that newspaper technique is "co- operative neighborliness aad hu- man friendship." _______ Work Board Photo by deJourdan; Herald Eng. j Camp At Above is Mrs. Marie Aniie Ricard, j ho resides with her daughter, Mrs and tv-ho recently ceie- A DEODORANT OF Frank Brown, of city and, 3 formerly of Edmonton, took place 1 at Seattle. Washington, TuesSay. i June 25. Mr. and Mrs. Brow-n will: spend a month ar coastal points before returning to the city where 1 thev will reside WOMEN ABOVXD THE WOKUJ The commons gave first reading Wednesday to a bill to giie all vet- 1 bra ted her SOtii birthdaj. ;Afrs. Middleton i 7s Honored For 40 Years In W.A. Plans are complete for the Leth- bescg held at Waterton National Park in Juiy and all interested are asked to register immediately. Senior girls' camp be held July 2 to 12 for those from. 15 to 18 jears of age. inclusive, and Inter- mediate girls' camp will be from July 12 to 22 for those 12 to 14 years of age inclusive. The on Red PREVENT PERSPIRATION SPOTS AND 0001 WITHOUT IMITATING THE SKIN ARE ID gsies roa protection. It protects ou boia. peispiiacoa ocor. rod fcdps ptoicct your clothes from peapln- tsoa spois. Amd is an odorless deodorant, with che fine tcsiure of a beauty oreun- It vicishes unmedme results. Wsta Arrid, you are absolutely enjoy jourself'nheieveryoa are tegirdless of the -weather. Protect jour dununess and charm with Arrid. It is very economical. rightsand benefns toCana-school. Cardston. for 41 uil! later. CanacJae ,ana Newfoundland kst" Ki and diers shattered, were homeward Persevere. Activities Here bound Wednesday. The brides, several of whom had babies, ar- rived at; Boston Tuesday from Hali- fax. They said the arcuous life in in the church on .ncay, June 28, j ai S pjn. follow ea by a short, busi- i ness meeung and refreshments in the j All Hebekahs in zhe ciiy are ask- t ec to meet at Martin Bros, chapel on 1 the ter Minnie Thomson. the Canadian woods and and Newfoundland was the broken marriages. Mrs. Middleton came to southern Alberta in 1305 from Bagland as Miss-Undemocd. becoming matron of St Paul's school. One year later Today's Reflection Have you ever been faced with provided by good cooks. There will be hikes, study fireside chats, sports, swimming and inter- est groups, all conducted under capable "leaders and a competent nurse tnll also be at the camp. the Kev. S. "S. Middleton came out Forest of Calgarv will be from the Old Country as principal genera' sunerviso'-. of the school and they were married j -wisning to register are thsre in 1911. i asked to contact Miss Mary Duttcn. The aresentation was made to j _. Mrs. Middleton in appreciation 01 I her services and work in the W_A- for more than 40 years. St. June Wedding SCFFEKS CUTS, SHOCK Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Fraser of Piiicher Creek were guests at the rece-i Pulleyblaiik-Fnckeltoii wee- ding is Calgary. Miss Josn Virtue, who is e, mem- ber of the staff at St. Hi'da's School for Girls at; Calgary, ranrraed to the cicy to spend a few weeks a; her home here. HAYilOND. Wec- I cesaar, June 19. as the Carcstpti Temple. President E. J. Wood i ed in ma mage. Xorma, yourgest daughter of Mr. P. H. Head and Earold Pairbar-ks. son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold all of Hay- mond. Mr. and Sirs. Fairbanks left j after a family dinner at; the bride's home, for a honeymoon at Water- ton ain Glacier Parks. They resde in Calsary. CRAX3RCCK. B C. 'KNS> Cvertumirg of a car after K go; cut cf control on the Marvsvilie sice of the Wyctffe out live ways to cqaioa; she experi- ence. The" first; is to renly with Second is to tell anything whicn cons into your mind because they no business to ask any- way. Third :s to flash a gay smile and remark you are surprised at THEM asking a personal question. Then comes the art of passing the Tuesday morning landed Jack Haig St. Eugene nosnital wita serious Changing the subject Last but not cuts and shock. He is progressing j favorably. He was driving" a car 1 belonging: to his brother-in-law. Cnaries "Hopkins, and was unac- compamed at the time of the acci- i dent. The car was badly damaged. So Lovely, So Large The marriage of Mrs. Marr E. ITuiteland of Lethbndge, to Mr Whitest, Brightest Washes, BUT THAT'S NOT ALL _ NEW RINSO WASHES WHITEST. BRIGHTEST. QUICKEST Such versatile crocheted youll find many uses for tnem! The graceful fern design ienos charm and beauty to any home setting. It's crochel that has many uses. Large doily measures 19 inches in No 30 cotton. Pattern 7483 has directions for two coiues; sutcbes. Send 20 cents to the Lethbridge Herald, Pattern Dept., for each pat- tern. Two tune should be allowea for pattern to reach you Use This Coupon. Print Tour and Address Plainly. To: The Lethbridfe Herald. Pattern Dept, Lethbridge, Alia. 4S8. Xante. Address least is to give some kind of a brief reoiv and follow immediately with a "similar cm-esnoa to the one who is doing the Questioning. The trouble is one can never think fast enoush. but the first method of askari should prove ef- fective. Auxiliary Tea Has Attractive Setting Over 100 ladies called at the home of Mrs. F. H. Hosfer Wednesday afternoon, when the ladies auxili- ary to St. Michael's hospital held their silver tea Guests were met by the president. Mrs. Enc Cran- stoun with Mrs Snc Howe inviting to the tea room where quantities of beautiful flowers forraep. an attrac- tive background. Presiding as the tea table dunng the afternoon were Mrs T E. Brown, Mrs. S M Photo by Clarke. Herald Eng Mr. and Mrs Maurice Archibald were married Wednesday. June 5. st First Baptist church with Rev. further details. S., Lethbridge, registration. im- and Sellng Deodorant Wed In City LOCAL LIOXS AT WATEKTOX MEET Among those attending the 20th annual convention of Alberta-j Montana Lions at Waterton Lakes National Park from this city last) week were: Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Eluott. Mr. Cnas, T.inn, Mr. and i Mrs. R- J. Fansett. Mr. and Mrs. J. j A. Jardme. Mr. and Mrs. J. Glock, i Mr. and airs. E. Denisoa, Mr. and! Mrs. Geo. A. Yackuhc, Mr. and Mrs. Austin Graham, Mr. and Mrs. N. Kirk. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Coyne, Mr. Roy Fisher, Mr. Hairy Mr. Phillip Baker, Dr. E. V. Spackraan. Mr. Hugh Mahon, Mr. Edgar Middleton, Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Gwatkin, Mr. George Baxter, Mr. Dick Verwoerd, Mr. E. Russell, Mr. Russell Miller, Mr. and Mrs.! James Freel. WiUism. Aldous. HELD JK AL'TO THEFTS WIKNIPEG, June Canadian Mounted Police said to- oay a total of Pine perrons had been arrested in Manitoba within the last week either as a result of investigation into automobile thefts by cieJoardan; Herald Eng. At St. Patrick's church, Monday, June 10, at a nuptial mass, Mar- garet Jcseohme Cherwmski, daugh- ter cf Mr? and Sirs. Joseph. Cher- winslti, became bride of Allan John Metcalfe. son of Mr. and Mrs. W- J. Metcalfe. Rev. Pr. W. or routine highway chsck-uns. Griffin officiated at the ceremony. and Mrs. yi. K. Mac- j all of Lethbndge. included Gerald "fard officiating. The bride is the former Miss Dorothy Liiliaa Adam, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Adam, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. IX C. Archioald, A Pimple Covered Face Kills Many i Romance Schmaltz Gougsn. Joan Boyer, Miss iiaren Axelson, Betty Gibson, iDss Anne Tan- ner, Miss Annamane Fumerton, Mass Tsobel Ciecceamg. Miss Adaire Wheeler. Miss Audrey Paterson and Miss Doreen Kcefer. trude Gibbons acted as cashier The cake given away was won by Mrs. Gordon Fnsby. Receptions Honor Bride And Groom Honoring Mr. and Mrs. Earl Clemis. whose wedding was a re- cent event at St. Catharines, Ont_ i Brides And Children For South Alberta Among war brides and cfeil- The Hires of many young people are made miser- able by the breaking out of pimples, and you probably know "of CES3S where a promising romance nas been spoiled by those red, white, festering and pus filled acres on the face. The trouble is not so mnch physical pain, but the mental Buffering caused by the embarrasang disfigurement which very often makes the sufferer ashamed to go out in company. The quickest way to get rid of pimples is to improve the general health CHS Will LUJLLCa Uiiil- J dren who docket in Halifax aboard i by a.thorough cleansing of the blood. RtTPrtrvt" Klrwi noltvz TTi the Leiitia June 25 ware nine brides and sex en kiddies for Scutnern Al- berts Thev include: Mrs. A. Allan and daughter. Carolyn, Country Ciuo, Lethbndge; Mrs. J. Courts and children. Agnes and David. Leth- bnage; Mrs. E H. Holberton. 1601 3nd N.. Lethbridge; Mrs. J. W. Hoyt and daughter. Suzanne, 1261 6th Ave. S, Lethbridge. Mrs. P. i Lewko. 423 Sth St. S- Lethbnage; Mrs. W W. Abbott and daughter. Burdock Blood Bitters helps to cleanse the blood and with the blood cleansed the complexion should dear up. Tis T. ifflbura Co., Tir-ited. Tomato. Cst, Mr. and Mrs D Clemis, parents of Maureen, Macleod, Mrs. B. E. Bean.! 'Medicine Hat; Mrs. H. J. Godsalvej the former. eniena.tied a number of fne-ds ana relatives at their home here on Mondaj. Tuesday and Wednesday assistea bx- their daughter. Miss Helen Clemis. R.N. of Raymond. Bououets of bright spring flowers were artis- j ucaljy arraxsgecl throughout the home and a three tier wedding cake of beauty centred the table from which refreshments were served. The bride and groom will be leav- ing the city Tuesday for the east to reside at St. Catharines. Mrs Ciemis, nee Esther S. Riffer, Is the only woman metallurgist in the, Dominion of Canada and 3s in; charge of her own brass foundrv in the eastern citr. and children, Rosanne and. Maur- een, Coleman. and Mrs. W. H. Simp- son. Picture Butte. MANITOBA PROSPEROrS WINNIPEG, June ly increased prosperity and a high level of business, activity in Mani- toba are indicated in the mid-! year statistical bulletin released here today by the Winnipeg Board of Trade. Comparison of the three prairie provinces shows Manitoba' ahpad in both number of employees and weekly earnings. OUT DAT FROM CtlMY WOKK-CIOTHB THOROUGHLY raoTicrs nmir WOO10IS AND RAYONS WITH UlTHA-CfNTU CARE CUANS WAUS AND WOODWORK WITHOUT SCRATCHING JUST SEE HOW EASILY AND THOROUGHLY AH-Purpose Rioso does allyoar washing jobs i: makes -whites gleaming white, washable colors sparkling bright finest woolens and rayons fresh and spotless! Gentle, soapy-rich Kinso suds get out MORE FASTER, Walls, dishes, woodwork, grimy workclotttes ail are easiest, quickest to do New 1946 Rinso! Get package of Rinso today! WASHES DIRTY DISHES FASTER AND EASIER THAN EVER RINSO IS THE ONE AND ONLY SOAP YOU NEED Camp! To Every Teen-age Girl The Lethbridge Girh' Work Board hearty invitation to come to Canyon Church Camp, Waterton July July REGISTER NOW! MISS MARY DUTTON CH and set further information ...tt joy in DR. LOCKE SHOES Active, going-places -women enjoy the wonderful comfort of these famous on lasts developed by famed Dr. rnan who ever treated a million feet; Youthfully sryled for every oc- casion on your summer calendar. Let one of our experienced shoe fitters recommend the Dr. Locke Shoes best for your rypeof feet. STERLING SHOES LTD. 314 Siith Street S. More beautiful ihan ever: m Approximately 20 fn 1.00 So easy to end quick ?o cry, Eiizabefh Arden's leg make-up sfays on legs ond off She clothes. Wa'er-resisfcnf. Clings, unfi! deKberafefy washed cway, with a blemish- concealing sheer textured beauty that trims the slims the leg. Bs sure fo Velvo leg Rltn bathing suits or shorts, ft mokes your legs look sun-burnished..; far more lovely. StEEK fht fragran! CTSSK? ihsS rssssvss zsd legi latin smooth, .C5 A. M. SUTHERLAND DRUG CO. MARQUIS HOTEL CORNER ;