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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGH1 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1946 iMILADll i I KX'II" Phone 4040 e Trill be a weekend guest at SJlmorey Lodge. i Miss Janice Thoreson ieft Fncay i at'eacftie miaic teachers conven- aie ascend moastain of; tioa, and take a siaamer course at myself i the Toronto of Music. Tnat I may find the wide, delight- j sssces Leaving the citr by car tocay. Above the'liitiesess cf things, aad; Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. 3. X- Boyer see srid family and Mr. and Mrs. D. J. The of God upon all upturned i Boyer, -Kill spend the weekend at laces. Lei me ascend above myself so far That I perceive the loveliness of an: Personals... Mrs. Doris Ersst is leaving: today. Saturday, :o a fortnight's vacation si Lakes ana Calgary. Hev. S. L. Garriri and family will leave the city Monday for a month's hoUdav in the Kooiensy Valley. Waterloo. Mr. Howard McMahos lei: wcay to spend the weekend in High River, where he will be the guest of his brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Sari Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. Philip gangster and family, formerly of Lethbricge. are visiting in ?he city and havirig motored here from Tsconja, Miss Helen Charyk !ef: Friday evening to spend the holiday week- end at Lake Louise, where she will A be the auest of her brother and Mrs. Srtia wiH be re- sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Nichc- turning to the dry Sunday, after i Iss Charts m m having spen- several days at Water-1 _s_.__ ft ten Nations! Park. I0 "a vaca- asd are !eav- i_! ing tocsy. Saturday, on an estend- io- iArtiuii, sa trip to eastern Cariada. Mich- to soend the gnnmer months with, the former's brother. Mr. A. C. HothwelL Miss Edna. Kelson and Miss Joyce j Hansen are holidaying at Waterton ?o- the long weekend. Miss 3aic Meston is leaving to- day, Saturday, for Watertca, where City Girl Wins Fame In Ceramics -r -r -r-r-r Jetm Mclntosh's Hobby Flourishing Business Enterprise Represents General Nursing In Alberta Music Students Here Pass Examinations Successful Lethbridge candidates in Western Board of Music examin- ations in the Theory of Music are as follows: THEORY class l-etiors: Eaphemia Kider; honors. Res Settle. Nancv Davidson, Paul Woif.-s; i-ass, Elaine Andrews. THEORY vema. Dorasn. Betty Scott; pass. Woitte. THEORY class Doreen Caught, a veav after the first cf Jsrsi- arj-. 1347. husbands lose their mar- riage persons exemption, and both, will have to pay taxes as single per- sons. Nurses' registrar official for this district says hospitals and pri- vate homes are suffering for lack of graduate nurses and that the new budget provisions will not help tbe situation. Unless the married nurses look upon their profession as a gift to looks as if poor humanity better stay welt B.B. I WORLD Miss Winnifred Stokes. Niagara iSsUs. Oct., newspaper reporter and are married and have Kvindsor. out the nursing shortage ?y jheir homes and taking caseA Beginning July 1 Canadians may a bit disgruntled with the find their pepper tasws slightly aursing tage Miss Jean Uclntosh Is basil- working in her business enterprise which is developing here ous Photo; Herald Engrating- a hobby she took u? while with the British Air Commission at Washington. D.C., during the war. Miss Ann M. Fa'-Us. instructress courses a; Gait hospital, will rep- resent the general nursing section EJ. the Canadian Nurses' i biennial convention at the Roys'! York Hotel in Toronto opening next week. More than a nurses are expected to This number will include delegates Iron a" provinces and j representing ail phases of nursing, j Conuninee meetings will be held in: Toronto. Frids- and Saturday o: j ifcis week, bu: the first genera! rr-eetuig will be held on Moncay. i Julv 1. Following registration the convention will be opened officially j with an invocauon by tbe Rev. j Derwyn Owen. The convention will meet under j the leadership of the president, >TJSS F- Munroe, and will deal witn j current proteeERS in nursing, such! as nursing legislation, labor asc pare Phila- this new project. Jean- claims We Copy Discharge Papers A.E. CROSS SON XHESD AYENTE SOtTIH She "will also renreseni" the Leth- i mor.ion and Winnipeg. She is also j instruction in ceramics at 07 to Banff. Jssner! National Parks as j Medicine Hat. this new protect. Jean- claims iuai i _ r i manv of her experiences have turn- i Brides AfflVC. r Or f ed out like magic and remina ner of j .f Aiaddin's Lam? because so maay o: Southern Alberta her wishes have been gratrfieoL oaraaher" with the British air com- the snaall room she PTTsriiovcd there until working nours. rcissioa, beirig Mr. arid Mrs. Garth Pilling sc- i February ot this year. companied bv Miss Kay Macrionald time she interested m cera are leaviiis durins the "week-end toimics as a j spend the holiday at Waterton i herself making ______fixed up i> by jars During that! and iars of mysterious loosing suo- ir- cera- stances which turn out quite oufer- hobbv. Soon she found ent in color to what inev orip- dng more monev by her Bally., her nieces degrees" Fah- Miss McJntosii's work may fee seen at the Consumers Hardware store here where they have been featuring it for several weeks- Printed cards, "Made in Canada by McintGsrr service j .t. Halifax Fri- j liners Aquitania included 26 wives southern Al- Mrs. E- Jones. _ ievers, Macleod; Medicine Hat; Mrs. jfemiscam; Sirs. R. p" Wilson, Lucky Strike; Mrs. C. W- Bradler. High River; Mrs. W. W Baker Warner; Ms. J. G. Caid- well and daughter, Ann Lawrie, Cardston; Mrs. A. 3. Chapromere, Champion; Mrs. E. F ComDlimenting an 'Pnglfe'h war bride, Mrs. James a party was held is St. Mary's claiming Mrs. William. Turner and Mrs. Gresl as joint hostesses. Whist and bingo were enjoved and the honor guest was presented with, gifts. Activities Here The Women of Moose, Chapter No. 323, will hold no meetings dur- ing Julv or August- Members the auditing: committee are remind-Smith singing daring the signing of the audit to be Of the register. A receptioa followed I the ceremony. i Following a short honeymoon at oe a special general the Military Chapter home of Mrs. E. Crombie. 1512 Tmra on Tuesday, July 2. There meeianr o Z.OJ3.E. in the Legion nail Monday afternoon at two o'clock. Weddings IT I Mrs D. J. S. Gow, Medicine Hat: Mrs. J A. McDonald, Blairmore; Mrs V W. Mortimore. Lethbridge; Mrs. J. W. Philp. Medicine Hat; the Pacific coast- Mr. Gwilliams Tria reside Hiver, B.C. ano. Mrs. at Powell G L. Webster. Csrdston: Mrs. E. Anpleton. Medicine Eat; Mrs. W. E. j Ciark. Medicine Hat; Mrs. E. W. j Derbvshire. Coleman; Mrs. H. E. I Myers, Hfeh Kiver; Mrs. G. Y. Hnrst The marriage was solemnised Jons 22 at Sc.'AugustiiL's Anglican church of Evelyn Elizabeth, daugh- YOUR BABY Will be grown tip before you know it. Have Ms photograph taken now. DeJourdan's Studio "PHOTOGRAPHS TEAT FLTjORESCENT LIGHTING Opposite CFJE. Depot T. jaurst Wvnn 011 Ftfas and spring flowers formed ter of Mr. and Mrs background Jane 26 and Albert Frederick Gurr. soa of Of at" and Mrs. C. A. or BJI. an Air Jack GwUIiams-, of Sioux; Look- out. Cut. Hev. Peter Dawson offi- ciated at the double-ring ceremony- Given in marriage by her father, the bride chose a floor-length gown of white sheer and a full-length i veil held in place by a wreath. 01 bouvardia. a. tiny bouquet of rose- i buds, bouvardia and teardrops l rested on the white and gold bible 1 which she carried. Matron of honor j was Mrs. Pearl Anderson, while the i bestman was Mr. Arnold Bond. Sirs. i Rav Lvckman played the wedding music with Mr. ana Mrs. O. 3. 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. Mr. A. F. Gurr of Victoria, B.C. Grant cfficiaiec with Sev. Victor Smith at the organ. The bride, entering tbe church on the arm of her father, wore a floor- length gown of whits satin and carried a bouquet of red roses. Her sister, Msss Marguerite Hurst, was bridesmaid, the groom being sup- ported by his brother. Mr. T. Gurr. Miss Blanche Birth, was soloist. Following a honeymoon at the Pacific coast Mr. and Mrs. Gurr will reside in tas city- BRIDE-ELECT HONORED Friday evening, June 21. a shower was held at PlainfleM school, hon- oring Miss- Betty "VFynn. Carmangay, whose marriage to Jack Gwilliams i took place June 26. During the j evening cards were played, prizes being won by Mrs. M. Green, Ray Lyckman, Vilas Teskey and A. Staf- 1 ford. "With the close of school a num- Stone, Raymond; a, S. Tonne- ber of Leasbricge scnool teachers j son, Letabridge. _ will holiday in various parts of iiie j Dominion. Miss Agnes Davidson is i leaving to visit her sisters, Mrs. 3. j S. Dancanson in Samia. Ont., and Mrs. "W. J. Kav in New Tork City. I K.T. Miss Dora Bullis ieft Friday j evecjag to visit in Toronto and Montreal- Miss Katherine Dunne j will snead tne sumraer at Orillia. j Ont- Miss Frances "Wadden and j Miss Alice Oletz will be attending j summer school at .ecmonton. Those i going to the Pacific coast include j Mrs. Soss "Wnmot. Miss Helen j James. Aneela Bantin and Miss Effie Heid." The latter will also visit in Calgary. Banff will be the holiday spot for Miss Jean Galbraith, ATiss Phyllis Obome and Miss Jean Johnston. Miss John- ston will spend part of her vacation at Jasper. Mrs. Esther Siemp is going to Port Moody, B.C., -while Miss Elsie Alderman and Msss Lois Lindsay will be in Calgary. Miss M. Kadlec will leave for Wetaskiwin and Miss D. Glambeck will holiday at Radium Springs. Miss Helen Brown. Miss Ka? Jones, Mr. P. Collins, Miss Gladys Mar- 1 shall and Mrs. T. V. Caugh all plan to vacation at "Waterion. Electrolux Cleaners Service Snpplies Phone 44S1 12S4-3ra Ave. S. Electrotar (Canada) Limited _____ THAT HOLDS YOURL HEART A PERFECT ror Happiness Naturatty the toves a pretty she ikea BLUEBIRD ENSEMBLE more than any other. See our new collection NOW. In accordance wHh Wartime Prices and Trade Board Don Raworth C-P.R. WATCH INSPECTOR Announcement We are pleased to announce the opening of The Western T DRIVE In. the Purity Dairy lot 516 Fifth ATE. S. NOW OPEN KOLLINGSON BROS. IRONSIDE PARK LTD. MONITE MOTH PROOF CLEAN INC PROCESS PHONE 4141 i Take a holiday from cookln? and washing pots and pans. AH you have to do is can in or phone the Man- darin and ask for a take-home order of Chop Suey, Chow Mein, Sweet and Sour or any other delicious Chinese recipe. PARIS GREEN Means death to Potato Bugs Support Victory Rally and Rodeo, July 4, 5, 6 Canada Paint Wallpaper Store Phone 2513 Milk is one food pend on to be absolutely pure; Kvery step in its production and preparation is safeguarded by immaculate cleanliness and scientific methods, -until it is de- livered to you with its purity sealed in. For health, for energy, drink pure least a quart cay for children, a pint a day: for adults. It supplies the vita.- mins, the minerals, the nourish- ment your family needs. MILK for HEALTH LIMITED PHONE 2576 UETHBRmGE YOU CAN RIDE IN COMFORT AT NO EXTRA COST IN THESE NEW 1946 HUDSONS Steve's Taxi, with its complete fleet of fonr new cars, pictured above in frenl of Steve's Soda Fountain and Newsstand is ready at any time to tafce yon anywhere in the city or country ari! guarantee that it will get jou there safely and in time. For those wh o are interested in Ions trips Steve's Taxi has special rates for weddings, ctmntrv trips and funerals. Yon can be sure that at all times Steve's Taxis w HI be in perfect running condition, that they will offer yon maximum comfort, and that they will be driven by carefnl, competent drivers. PHONE 4058 STEVE'S TAXI SODA FOUNTAIN AND NEWSSTAND iNEWSPAPERl PHONE 4058 iWSPAPERI ;