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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD THURSDAY, MAY MILADI Graduates Tuesday lajy Alexander flflS SflMlrf s fo WW to Canadian Functions Phone 4040 Three things broaghi mi courage, Three thmes rve seen tocay; A spider reweaviEg her web, Which, thr-.ce had been away; A child refusing to weep In spite of cruel pain: Ana robin singing a cseery 50-35 In rise midst of a duiiing rain. Personals... Mr and Mrs. Logan Tensey have lef; the eitv for Calgary where thej will attend the Horse Show tnjs week- TSlnle there they will be the guess of Mr. V. Speir. ftvrrl Bletcber left the city evening lor Irgersoli, Owu to attena the bura! ntes be- ing held there ior Tie Miss Edith Boles. Mr. Boss Lamb, a swdent -ax, the TJniversiiv of Alberta, Sdtnontos. is expected "to arrive m the city at the to snend the summer vaca- tion wirli ha parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Iamb. The Misses Mary and Margaret hM-smsk; Wednebcay evening ,in the east, Th8y visi: a: Tc- j'onto ar.a Loncon. also Bxil- I X.Y.. ansi Mien. Mrs. Boland Moore of Knee Valler distr-K. of Mrs- S. on of oed a: al Burke of Ri'-er swept me -jnze at the Caigary Oen- hospital lor the most mi-uectia! in arassrving the high iceaSs ana e-iacs of ner class "-Uree jears of train- Mrs. P. G S. in Women's cycles in is plainly tailored with slightly Cared, panelled skirt. The jacket buuoiii up to the small reiers ana has a box pleat oa each pocket. Another ensemble is a blue j dress and jacket wiih inidnight. I blue overcoat- Here again the dress j Reflection 3JOXDOX April the sSart Alexander wile of Canada's new by virtue of the stiffness i governor-general, took with her to Canaca a wardrobe prepared by two London's most famous cress de- i signers. annea at conibniing ilaaj- people in Southern Alberta, iiovvmg I recently kpeat a year in JjiUC jicic j lHtC2riO2r Ol BXx. Sj5O 3i is on simple tailored lines and the j vear at Vancouver, have asked my jacket ooUarless with two tmall, kdvice regarcing their going into s o; j oa eacjj shoulder. The i province to retire. Assuming fivet. are buttoned baci and mere are others interested in Laoy Alexancer has an buttons strung on tnestjus same proolem, may I say tnat gown of heavj brocade instead of berog sewn on., 15, js 0jy opinion that if a person -J e'eaa'nce witn pracucaiity. Beth ca> cesi sno ciotfces were f caei JEUMU Vi of a century ago witb a small material insteas 01 cemg sewn uii. j u is 0jv opinion trail, u. a puauu igo wita a small uorai Tfce blue coat bas plaster oii the prairie until tbey ?rry color on a sno. Uoa buttocs large revers from are they be wise hre background. neciliae going over each shoul- to retire on the prame. The OJaia I chefry Tbe j bT Ko-man aha -naies skirt is fmea to the der to form an epaulet ana continu- dMSSeS> i For travelling is designed 'severely-tailored suit of green wu matching overcoat. With IT, 55 vxom a studied low in front but, follows to retire on the prame. The main iici is hard to describe. It as ing the back, to the waist feekng of "belonging" combined form a. V. aith knowing friends of many jears has also designed a'standing. Certainly one can make Delanshe nas also cesignea a suusuias. nrinied dinner oress in cornflower new friends-Hwit they are not the blue on a white ground. The skirt 'same You may locate in a more is sliin with a craped band beautiful place titan the one jou 'r'Jiere is also a cav cress in ncva. j vote in at the tins sleeves on tfeft magyar line. jlieve me. vou asso get tireo vaSt. and a cockili dress of brown! i Another evening dress 5s in mid- su SS1 oflacf af I oress laves smaroieery 01 tv... tnrv nf I mere are ueios nerc A Recipe for Today TOTATO CHEESE FLTF Temperature: 350 degs. T. Tune: 20 minutes. 2 cups hot mashed potatoes. 1 cup cheese. 2 eggs, separated. 1 tablespoon sat. si teaspoon salt. teaspoon pepper. Dash of paprika and mace. cup warm milk. Beat the mashed potatoes td light and SuSy; add the cheese, yolks of the the fat and the seasonings, beat lightly. Add the milk: fold in the stiffly beat- en egs whites. in a shallow oiled baking dish: bake in a moder- ate oven till puBy and golden brown. matcmng jaesei. ice cress u- of fans-: uers ol as tne oars; i-.-- n MJSS Julia K. Mestoa. daughter fcroidered with copper aac gold press laves a bustle and inserted as tlie back of Mr. and Mrs Alex of Tiora ysth a brown fell hat, trjsi-J parent and opawie bodice and u? over tne shoul-f a. Hears taaj; k'aricouver, of "Leiisbradw med with, coq featliers. into go.o. _ tiie cers to form soft cape sleeves. "Hie sill be a desiber of the formal Ajjioct oUaer dnssses is a dmner crosses ov i neckline ss verv low in front with i old Alberta green but j II you! j .aiiiji craocu j front pulled 3 signec boUJ separate, belt at tie bact j for ber. HWv Cross horaal gacn- has' s gracaate of tihe separate belt at tie back- for 13 Calgary Sunday i hospital Januar> and has been Tlle sleeves are long and fitted and flangei. dress ana jacKe.. me iss Benrce Opgarden of on the staff rbat tune. She lady Alexander also------ is a grey i lace dinner gown with softly lefi Weana-cay to spend a few days visions in Cal- gary. c Dr. Donald Hjlaads. acconipanied by Mrs. Bylancs, is m Calgsiry sl- Tencmg: sneeacgs of Sotitcern Al- berta. denosss soonsored by the council, tie Canadian Dental Asso-. non and the Dental As- ,__ hospital' examinstioss in and nassed witt first class honors A s'ister. Miss laud Mes- js. j ton_ a on Mr Douglas Schoeruns arrived i-i; the staff of CJOC. the cirv Tuescav from Ecmon'on; wcere'fce is atten'oins the University' of Aloerta. wia spend :he s'-m-. m. Mrs R. S. Flemius rett-med to her home zr: MediCice Hat a-, the begin- i rung of tbe -seek tisxizg spent, a week's par- residents. Judge and Mrs. K. M. Edmaason of Calgary, have Miss Pstncia. Bssser cf 3d2Eonson as zseir guest. Mrs. J. H. 'Westbroos; and Mrs. E. C. T7estbrook felt ice city Wednes- fiav evening for an escenaed Colored Snapshot Enlargements A.E. CROSS SON THIRD ATESTOE SOUTH ents, Mr. artc Mrs W. Bojce. Mr. Gsorse Mr. Grahar-.e Veztleton and Mr Charles Kerr have re-umed :o the cirr i a niDtor tnp to raKs, Women AROUND THE WORLD Mr. and Mrs. as their n Searcroftr wh Ehsabetn Long, d-rector of, women's interests for Tie C.B C. wiU be in New York tlus week sroni To- m nave ronto to attend a hemi- j 1 sonere conference arrangec. by tee i Xanonal Council of Women of tne! __ t__TJ THE MAJOR BURNETT P.N.G. CLUB Are Holding MOTHERS' DAY SALE OF WORK TEA AND PANTRY TABLE SATURDAY, MAY 4 I.O.O.F. TO 6 P.M. WE SPECIALIZE IN BEAUTY At The BEAU MONDE Beauty Shoppe Above RyUnds Co. Room 10 Phone 3575 below JUST OPENED VOGUE Beauty Parlor 40S 13th Street X. Phone 2287 Josephine Arnold In Charge Mr. E- Price, just returned from file years service overseas, will join this staff June 1st. E. PRICE. Manager and Proprietor R. Smith, have s; Miss in Red Maple PORCH FURNITURE Love 'Seat and 2 Chairs Mrs. J. W. James and small son Gsrv ha-.e arrived m the oy plane Vancouver to sssnc. rnro months" with the :ormer's parents, Mr. ana Mrs. S. Mackwooc. Jerry Srown. 3ul S-les Kay Pet- erson ana Clifford re- turned to the citv rrom. jLomonton where they atterdea the m-Y con- tercnce. Mr. Mrs Wiliiam Mbmirg of Mont., are visiting in tne city, guests of the lather's Ester, Mrs. C. G. WrigiK. Mr. and Mrs Aiired Garr motored to Calgary Wednesday to attend tne Calgary haise show. Engagements Announced... Mr. A- SL Courtney of Calgary announces the engagement; of second Bath, to Mr. Earrv Brown, of Lethondge. The wedding will take place Saturday. May 4, at the Central Church, of Chiisi, Lethbnoge, 5 pjn. Mr. and Mrs. M. MHiard. of bncge announce the o then- third voangest daugnter, Janet, to Mr. Gerald B- Xayler. of Hed Lake, Ontar-a The weadmg will take place in the near future. United States, to be held at the Waldorf-Astoria, May 6-8. One of the first clubs for British. war bndes to be es-ablished m Canada bv the Salvarcn Army had ts oeemning in Calgary on Tuesday evening. Blind and in Miss Anna Jarvis. vfto founoed Mother's Day in 1906. celebrated her S3nd birtii- dav on Wednesday at West Chester Pal The United Nations sub-commis- j sion on the status of women as "Sew York Wednesdav a. motion j resolving: "That the purpose of j ibis commission is to raise the status of women to ecuakty with, men in all Seles ol human I Fashions Summer Early Here Profusion Manv smart novelties in SUITS, COATS, DRESSES and accessories arriving now" for early summer to see these attractive new styles. Senator Iva C. Fall's Wednesday told a Toronto luncneon gathering j of the Women's Central Progressive j Conservative Auxiliary Association' that "Canadian women are beconi- irg wearv of 'Iin and would gladly trade the fSowers' Jor a few positions of responsibility in order j to work for a better Canada." Mrs. Bmma. Clarissa Clement of LomsviHe. Ky.. 71-year-old mother of seven children, and a grand- aaugnter of a. slave, is tne Ameri- can mother of arse negro so honored bv the American Moth- Committee of the Golden. Bule Foundation. Mr. Mrs. F. E. Andreivs, amsDunce the engage- nieni'of their only oaughter, Flor- ence EnrJv, to Mr. S. Patterson, "eldest son of Mr. ana Mrs. E. E. Patterson, of Cranbrook, BC The marriage take place on May 17 at S; Stepnen's Anglican church at Calgary. MEDICINE (HNS) A Makeup Foundation that's GOOD for Jhe Skin Two years of research resulted in the discovery of Jh's modem, scientific labora- resources perfected it ...NOW, end only row. announces PA7-A-KAKE, the ultimate in o McVeup Foundation... o sensational paw development In becuty. PAT-A-sCAKE gives c younger, smoother, softer- looking sWn AT ONCr heios to conceal bler.ishes, freckles, tiny lines has a lasting, beneficcl effect no artificial, reody-TO-crccl, fcecvily coated FAT-A-KAKE is easily aopl-ed, ecs.Iy removed, leaving the skin ecfuaily fresher, prettier than before. campfaraM. 1 .25 A. M. Sutherland DniJt Co. aiarquis Hotel Bldg. Mrs. C. A. Hudson to rrlinn- Say- mond Anderson, son of Mr and Mrs. Elinar Anderson, of TUley The is to take place on June 14 m St. John's church. MSDICINE and Mrs. C. Hontley annotmce the engagement of their third daughter. Isabelle June, to William Mclnms, son of Mr and Mrs William Mc- Inms, of Eeilevue. The marnage will take place early in June. MEDICINE i and Mrs. Thomas J. Taylor an-] noune the engage-nest or their only i daughter. Eileen Mary, to EL Doug- las Culham, eldest son of Mr. and i Mrs. S J. Culham, Malton. Ont. The inamage take olace in: Toronto oa June 14. I Activities Here A meeting of the Catholic Wom- en's League will be held in the par- isn hall on Friday mgit at 8 o'clock. Lethbndge Locge No. 2. will hold its regular meerms on Friday, May 3, at 8 pjn. sharo. The 5rst cegree will be conferred All arothers are asked to attend. Visit- ing brothers welcome. The Lethbndge Women's Insti- tute will hold a sewing meeting a; the home of Mrs S Salter, 1012 j 7th Ave_ S. on Friday afternoon at j 3 o'clock. Miss Mann will ce guest speaker. Weddings MEDICTXE HAT St Peter's Lutheran church was the scene of a pretty wedding on April 27, 1546. when Adehna. second 1 caugnter of ilr. and Mrs John Bauer, was united in marriage to Phihp, fourtii son of Mr Fred j i Wagner and the late Mrs. Wagner, s of Rush Lake. Sask. S Manz officiated and ilrs. Manz played the j i wedding music, i The bnce. in a floor-length, gown ;of white sheer and long veil failing I from a coronet of orarge blossoms, j earned a bouquet of red roses and white carnations Her only attend- ant was the groom's sister. Miss Maggie. Mr. Harold Wagner at- tended hJs brotner. I A reception followed at the home i of the groom's s-ster, Mrs. Peter Scheuer for fifty guests. Mr. end Mrs Wagner wJl make their home in Medicine iiat. FATHER OF 3IRS. T. E. BKOWX PASSES AWAY Mrs, T. E. BrowTtt of "ondge receivec vrord Wed- fr nesday of the deatn in, Ed- monton of her father, ifr. James ffilloran, Trho naa been in DOOT health for some vears. Ee -sras bom m up- per Canada 76 years ago. Predeceased by his wife. Mr. Kiuoran is survived by three sons. Alex in Saskatchewan. M. J. of Vegrenlle, ana Mar- to. of Toronto, and two f- oaugnters, Mrs. J. W. Gordon. of Pickardville, Altsu, and Mrs. T. E. Brown of Leth- bnaee iuneral services will be held m Eamonton Sarur- Summer Suits FasMon first dressmaker models that you'll wear now and through summer. Soft, rounded shoulders, slender hip lines. Basque, tunic or cardigan jack- ets softly tailored in pastel woollens. Smart Accessories HON'ORARY VETS "LONDON, Ont_ May count Alexander, Canada s r.ew governor general, has accented the position of Honorary pres'dent of the South African Veterans of London, it announced todaj. In a letter to the organization he expressed gratitude for his wel- come to Canada bj the Comfort You'll be both smart and com- fortable by -wearing our truly different Dr. Locke Shoes. Scried to distinctive simplicity and the only shoes to bring you the amazing foot knowl- edge of the great Canadian nhysiaan. Shoes Ltd. 314 Sixth St. S. Phone 3344 SPRING and SUMMER Coats A versatile selection featuring new Casuals and Toppers Fitted Dress Coats "Shorties" Sport Coats Beautifully tailored of smooth pastel fabrics, fleece weaves and novelty tweeds. Misses' and women's styles and sizes. To complete your ensemble. Blouses Charming novelties. Jersey, Printed Crepes A grand selection of newly-de- signed models in fashionable colors. to Handbags New Plastics it Corday Pigtex Calf Fabric Novelty and staple shapes in brown, tan, white and black. to Gloves Kid, Pigtex, Cape Fabric, Silk Fashionable colors in the new lengths. There's a glamorous collection of new styling in dresses now showing at the summery models for the months ahead. Featuring such as Gaily Printed Crepes Eyelet Embroidered Monotone or Printed Jersey Pastel or Dark Tone Crepes Wedding Dresses Summer Wash Frocks The best in fashion at prices to meet your budget. Complete size selection, 12 to 48 to Imperial Women's Wear MACFARLAND BUILDING SF4PFR1 SF4PFR1 ;