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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBEIDGE HERALD FRIDAY, JUNE MILADI 1 Today's Reflection Tlw increased cost of living is the i-enerai topic of conversation these dsvs. Everyone is finding i 1 grocery and meat tills mounting isic Students Pass Toronto Conservatory Exams On Sabbatical Leave Phone 4040 k 4. Lethbridge and FIVE THINGS TO OBSERVE Don IcBaross: Glenda Tlie following Is a Us: or saccess- cancidatts is examinations held re- by the Toronto Conservatory 3iusic in Lethbriege. Alberta, names are arranged in order of merit: Piano Associateship A.T.C.M.. solo per-, former's, first class i Gregg. ___ _ milk" went'ujT cents a csiart! GRADS Donald C. i Gentleman. we ivourd eoik-! blue murder but EC Andrews. Beverly XHOVMJOE. Ralph Redding. Own Wright __ TOST lips -rode keep. -HP -r-., tiaras anything of paying GRADS Ariece Hud-i Dorothy M. Hali, Yelma i-J observe uitb care: Sfl Ior Or 1 Htouswga. Mary, To BuUock. Grade First class honors i Lavella Spp: La Verne Cunning. i Jovce Sinclair Gerald Archer, Siva B. ChoUak Shirley Xjleoe Fisher. Bobby j Thomson Douglas Stoae: Peggy A. observe care: nigm nuai wJgTfL of whom you spess. _ _ ____ o, letter two are necessities. and -srien. where. Mrs. L, L- Grant at St. Augusia's _ _ i John Cashore. Margaret Coajes, university, taking advantage Gordon W. tic- of a vear-s sabbatical leave from the nor Leon Davia slaff_ Seventeen ladies met at Mrs. Dunn's home for the June meeuag when roll call was Sing, Say or Pay. The date was set for the WX picnic. The quilt was raffled and brought in Two other raffles brought In 85 cents and 90 cents. Irvine A.W.LG.C, The June meeting was held at the home of Miss Wally Wiede- mann. All the girls appeared in their hardtime dresses, A bird con- test was given for entertainment. The WJ.G.C. rings and pins were received. The play, "When Sally Comes To will be this month. A" lovely lunch was served by the hostess. picnic. Mrs. Dingwall to give a paper on Agriculture but there wasn't tiise- Cladys Mrs- Nash entertained 13 ladies for the regular meeting when the quesuonaire seat by Mrs. Lusk was read and discussed. Two of the memjjers are to draft resolutions to present at the pkotoks conference. Thev are packing clothes which will" be taken to Dintoa halL Two more quilts have been finished since the last meeting. Mizpah Eleven members met at Deir- hurst haU for the June meeting at which roll call was answered with "Imp'-ovenients I Would like In Mr. Repp gave a talk on the Human Shop. Mrs. McLean Mrs. courts entertained 11 mem- gave a talk on Home Econoaucs- bers for the June meeting when Treasurer's report showed Mrs. Kcsegood save a paper on on hand Mrs. Martin entertained Modernized Weaving of Textiles. j ttoe members ivuh a contest, Sirs. A food parcel has been packed for J Warren being the winner. A lovely a family la Holland. Ten dollars luuch was served by thg hostess. was sent to the Cancer Fund. Glendale Woodson was hostess to 11 for the regular meeting at I Mrs. Woodsoa was presented lemonade sez as she is mav- 3y of Lethbricge. Keavs shters, turnec "lyr after speaosg a storz in Caigary. leaving at tne reek. S soend a wo months' vacatio fo- Manle Creek. to] ported the groom. __ _______ '-----ition visii- I G'-esis at ?ne tredding included Margaret S. Grah Wilda" Foster. w____---------------- usiesis at me usuuucu; jaargare': Ji uranam Jos- cer oarenis. Mr. ai-d Mrs. W. A. j relatives of the bride and groom Harper; Robert Hutchiason; and Mrs. Pred Park, of Margaret "S. Davis, June Hoaitt. Ttr. anc o G. the and ilr. and Mrs. Pred Park, of Siavely. grandoarents of the bride. Patricia Murpay returned to; Mr. "and Mrs. Skeen will take up citv Thursday" frum Calgary ar the Cross Bros." ranch on WUlDur Creek. Maurice G. Martin Pass: Gloria Ostby; Anne Oliver; Lepp Davifl teacmng "staff. Brian Wilks. %Vayne Zuoack! _____ Sharon Eedding: r-. rnir ?rt McXabb (equal', i CO3D1ITTED FOB Mrs. J. M. TViUiaacs. f Miss McXeely ira honor Tuesday i home ofMrsTE. A. McX Mrs. H. Miller and Mrs. as hostesses. Miss ar.d citj-. and Sirs. G. are r-jitors A- guest of: a mis- j at tbej i the i United church on Sunday afier- ir-oon. June 23. Charleae. caughter iSss o' Mr. and Mrs. John ae_ of and Mrs. Jimison of Fors Peck. Central Church of Christ. June 22. Marie, {TUley. daughter of Mrs. M. Tilley.j trfls united i Mr. and Mrs.JMes Stewart, old- of Esers o e and parent of Mrs. Xer Clark of aiiu w- ov ner uicvinrr. _M-_ Montana. Rev. vr. J. Collett per- j ne_n -rjjier Miss Margaret fm-mpd tie ceremony. The nnae; formed the ceremony. The bride i ja chose a rnro-piece white aitemoon; Joan Ijfxis. John G. Stead Honors: Myma Tronsgard. Rob- ert, Wilson. Frances Wrighs (equal :er of ilrs. -M. j Maureen Jenkins: Bermce K N'el- niirriage to Sgt.: Thomas J. Banks. B-C-AJ- son 01 Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Banks. FJesher- to" Onr. Francis James Oi.i- cianng. Miss Wisrcer play- ed the "Wedding music. bride chose a floor-lengtn gown of -arhiie chiffon, long j H June V _ c'ass honors Maude 48. of Winni- nw formerly of Fort William, tras p. "Alis-'i June 19- i-ut-, Irene! is: Bermce K Nel- Leila Suommen. Marilyn, having murdered Clauce ___. _____ Jyrer Joan Byrne. Jpauic-jry. 5S, in his apartment hara MacDonald. Lois Page. Vir- Janet M. Ander- ginia Paxman. Beverly Wasnbrooi Mary R. Beebe; Gheslyn J a.nlr- TT -Tnhnsors: Ijaura A Electrolux Cleaners Sales Service Supplies Phone 4481 12M-3rd Are. S. Electrolux (Canada) Limited WIN Skin Tortnre Drives YOD Mad! Get a bottle of stainless, powerful, nenetratins Moone's Emerald OIL The very flrst application should give comforting relief ana few short treatments convince you that TOU have at last found wav to overcome the intense Itching and distress. Moone's Emerald is easv and simple to less _'stainless pro- motes healing- Ask for Moonea i Emerald OIL Satisfaction or raoaer druggists everywhere. STOKES DRUG CO. LTD. i KITSOX DRCG STORE Doris Mills: Have MacKay: n p. Guy H. Johnson: Laura A. iTHiioiAis: "Katharine Rath. E. Bechtho'd: George H. Druhan: Maxme Bechthold. Organ Grade Stanley Ellis- Grade Bruce Meikel. Grade "William Green. Grade Garry Elhson. cress Portraits of Family Groups A.E. CROSS SON THIRD AVENUE SOtTTH See the Latest Furniture Styles I Mr.: Ito. E. Jones. LaDean Mc- Vulcan; Mr. Bride Joan A. Bldlock. The croom isras sup- Mrs. BL TJf-S Ben A. Aneta Calgary; McBride. contrasting accesso and -s-ore a corsage of pink rose buds. Mrs. Clarence Afdahl o Fort Peck. Montana, the ma: ran of honor. The croom tras s" por-ed b-.- Mr. Clarence Afdanl o Fort; Peek. Montana. I the ceremony s recep-s tion held at the bride's home, i after trhich the bridal couple leti i on a short wedding trip. On their j i return they -Bill reside in Peck, Montana, i Pass: Jacqueline D. Dean Mar- i A.TyjstM's Anglican church TTSS the scene of a -Bedding on June 21. trhen Miss Pay dav afternoon. June 19, at o o a cuiet marriage took place home of Mr. and Mrs. J-, G. Maira.T. vovtngest daugnter of llrs- R. Dibble and Mr. Tom Either Robinson. _ Grade Margaret B. Gra- class honors-Valer-e J. An- Penner. KaT Stevens Nor- derson. een F. Saupp, Yanosik Cubs w2i meet at Augustia's church- 2 pJB. at St. .AT ___at the Bernard Eugene only sea or 'the happy Given in. marriage by tu the bride attired ma wita black ATl Gibson of Nanton Alberta W. L News By Charity P. Norton Maple Leaf A very enjoyable meeting was held at the home of Mrs. Allen with Dr. Cairns as guest speaker. Kis interesting talk covered many of the dreaded diseases prevalent in Alberta and also answered several questions asked. Roll call was an- swered by 2O members with a gut toward the Girls Club bazaar. Nine dollars was realized with the Blind Raffle to the Flower Fund. Two members won beautiful doilies. The contsst. conducted by Mrs. Kemper. was wen by Mrs. Ayerhart. A very daintv lunch was served by Mrs. Powell and Mrs. Allen. Kitchen Kulture By a. Bnsy Bee Announced A world conference 01 press and radio women to devise means of J. M. Henderson OPTOMETRIST Second Phone 3857 Lethbridse ARTHUR THE BELGIAN TAILOR NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS in the Oliver Blk, Room 12 1 am new In this city trot not new in the business. For the last 30 years I owned and operated one of the largest ladies' and gent's tailor shops ia Califonsla. I am now located in a small shop, fcnt still do Irasiness in a big way at the above address. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Singer of I Edmonton, announce the engage- I raent of their daughter, Lydia. Isa- i bgii. to Keith A. Nichoils. eldest son of Mr E. R. NichoUs. of Lethbridge land the late Mrs. Xicholls. The weeding will take place in JEcinon- ton the latter part of July. Activities Here St Diamond Jubilee picnic is being held at the Sspsri- i mental Farm on Saturday, June 29- Those wishing to attend are i to niease be at the church nail at i 2 tJja. I; would be appreciated u i th6se having cars would assist m transporting the cn-ldren to and from the farm. In the event picnic will be held in tee WOMEN ABOUND THE WORLD Chicken Pot Fie ____pound roasting chicken. 6 medium-sized potatoes. 1 teaspoon pepoer, 2 table-, _ fat, 2 tablesnoons i showed j book Tt__________ and -wipe a i international relations. r TTnited Prairie Ten ladies mes at the home of Sirs. Liebeit when roll call was I Remember Best of My It was decided to send S10 to the Girls Club. Old clothing must "Learning Russians' and bring to and an article on "Situation in and lei! The auction realized is almost' 65 cents and the tea raffle S1.80. A man to her tender? 25 minutes j lovely-Inn the globe, -Bras susgested by Miss I per pound. Add potatoes, sou ana hostess. Alizabeth LanE. sunervisor of wo- j oeaper and cook 20 loneer. _ _.__ mens Broadcasting address to delegates attending t 10th triennial "convention of the Canadian Women's Press club at church hall. Ul the bovs of "No. 4 Lethbriage i wolf Cub Pack are reminaea Ox Oie. 1 NOTICE TO ALL OUR CUSTOMERS Owing to an accumulation of orders for laundry and dry cleaning we will be unable to give laundry service or dry cleaning until we have processed all orders now on hand. We will advise our customers as soon as we are able to again give service. We wish to thank our customers for their understanding and co-operation. Lethbridge Laundry Co Windsor. HOSPITAL'______ Mrs. A. Fournier is a patient in St. Michael's hospiua. Master Howard Ritchie, son of Mrs Jean Ritchie, is a patient in St. Michael's hospital, having im- deraoae an appendectomy. JUNIOR A.T.PJL ELECTS OFFICERS The Young People's Association. of St. Augustin's church held their election for the 1946-47 officers. The rector expressed his thanks to the former officers for their fine work. The newly-elected officers are as follows: President. FTanfc Wallace: -rice-president, Donald Dalke; sec- retary. JCople Bircumshaw; treas- urer. Marguerite Cooke; publicity secretary, Helen Miron. Members have been invited by the LJ3.S. MXA. (youth eroup) to at- tend a dance. It will be held on July 2, Tuesday, at 9 P-m. Those who wish tickets may get them from the president or treasurer. The dance is free. about