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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD FRIDAY, MAY MILADI Phone 4040 He -sill age. Nor wiil the 'page Of Lafe's Book Tarn again for sorg is suet. And y of Mr. J. SL CSari of _. i- William Hea. Mrs. playing the reccing a-d M-ss Cuarvk Given in siamage oy her fa-her. to spend-the bride chose a cream colorec rv-P "Seke-'J irT Caisary, guests at, aoor-length of. chi-on. fee. _ held in place oy orange fblcssosis and she earned a bouquet I of red rcses. Matron o5 honor s-as rea MISS JTXE CKKEOMI. B.X. _____Marshal! became tie saother of a six-poanc, J nae-ounce son, named Scott Porter. A vivid eross-sectior; of British an in the last 20 years wil) be, ,bowE Canadiars in the Miss J--UM O'Heiliy. Gallery at Ottawa when the codec- ion of Ht. Hon. Vincent Massey. J retiring Canadian high commissior.- ress her as something unusual. Her mother had 13 children, and her grandmother had 21, 20 of whom were twins. Sixteen of Mrs. TJobinson's chil- dren are still living. The children, including six sets of twins, were bom over a period of 24 years. The eldest is Mrs- Herbert Kzer of Ciive, the youngest 12-year-old Ger- aldine, at home. HOME AT EASTER NEW DAYTON. fHNS) Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kaupp had as guests for pan; 01 the Saster vaca- tion their daughters, Ruth and ATina, of Calgary, and Mary of Rocky Mountain House. SMALLER tOAF BREAD CAPETOWN, May culture Minister J. G. N. Strauss announced last nigat that the standard loaf of bread in South Africa would be reduced from. 32 ounces to 29 ounces as z, wheat Marital Disputes Settled in Comfort NEW YORK. May York city's squabbling husbands and wives cow can settle their marital troubles ia a courtroom, with the atmosphere of a private tsosne. The judicial experiment, which began "Wednesday, is known "home a division of magis- trate's court. First case oa the docket, er rather, the coffee table, saw an estranged couple reconciled. Gone was the austere atmosphere of the court room with imposing high beach, cold waEs and bare floors. Instead tne couple seated in red. blue and green plusa chairs in a tvoical living room be- fore Magistrate Anna M. Kross. The husband, accused of assault bv his wife who said he beat her wlien drunk, joined Alcoholics An- The wife dropped FAREWELL PARTr HONORS SHA17GHXESSY POSTMISTRESS An enjovable evening was spent Tuesdav bv Shaughnessv and dis- trict residents at a farewell dance in honor of Miss V. Dawson who has served the community there as Dostmistress for the past five years. The earlv oart of the evening was spent, in dancing to music sup- "fay the Kadoodlers" orchestra. assisted" by Mr. Max Surze oa his piano-accordioa. Later ia the evening Mr. J. Evans on behalf of the commun- irr n-esented Miss Dawson with a farewell gift of two very handsome travellme cases containing a lady's nurse with a small sum of money. Miss Dawson is leaving shortly to take a position in Calgary. LADT GOLFERS OPEX CLUB SOCIAL SEASOX First social event of the seasonj at the Lethbridge Country Club wiH be held Sunday, May 5. from onymous. charges. JUST OPENED VOGUE Beauty Parlor 403 13tJi Street X. Phone 2287 Josephine Arnold' In Charge Mr. E. Price, just returned from five service overseas, taJl join this staff June 1st. E. PRICE. Manager and Proprietor w 12-30 to three. Luncheon will be served to club members and this will be followed by a mixed two- ball foursome. PHONE 3575 For Appointments Paint to Protect Your with Canada Paint Products Canada Paint Wallpaper Store Phone 2513 THE NEW BEAU MONDE Beauty Shoppe ABOVE ROOM IB CO. duation Graduation Day a very Im- portant day in tht life of your child "will soon be here. Keep the occasion fresh in your mem- ory always with, a Clarke photo. Family FhotM Clarke Studio Downstairs, MacFarlaad Phone 2011 CJOC Daily Programs Kaoe loTt tmi perfect emavfc ,____lifrAerfyfecf PefcdJy tomorrow 6 these make ..jart Harry Wheeler Here's bow to look and to lee) "best dressed" Make this smart but simule buuon fronier. Pattern 4649 Its soft front fullness coes asacic things for figure! Pattern 4549 comes in sizes 22. 14 16, It 20; 30. 32. 34. 36, 33, 40. Size 16, 2% yards 39-ir.ch. Send 20 cents to the Herald, Pattern DepU for each pat- tern. Two weeks' time should be allowed for pattern to reach you. Use This Coupon. Print Yoai Name and Address Plainly. KCS. FRIDAY, 5IAY 3 O'clock Favorites. and the Pirates. and Local Xe'S'H. Pages of Melody. Death at Work. tztime. Xe-srs Summary. Roucd-TJp. Prairie Schooner. 3e AMJOtinced Cote Choristers. thai Make News. Tno. 3e Announced. Report a Woria Nexcs. Cleanup. Hospitality. Program. Be Announced. Be Announced. OFF. 1 To: The Lethbridse Herald, Pattern Dept, Lethbridge. Alta. Name Pattern 4649. Size JEWELLER KRESGE BLDG. Address i and j SATURDAY, MAY 4 Wake- Upper Club. World News. Wafeer upper Club. Martial Moments. News. Weatherman's Report Morning Melodies. To Be Announced. Church in the Wildwood. Music from Across the Sea. The Children's Hour. _ To Be Announced. Good Morning Neighbor. Variety Show. Luncheon Lounge. World NEWS. Noon Time Novelties. Teen Age Hit Review. Request Program. il STORE YOUR FURS With New York Furriers And Be Fully Protected! Let a furrier with a world-wide knowledge and over 35 years experience in the handling of the finest of fur garments take cdre of your precious furs. Our charges are most reasonable. We give you an all-risk policy at no extra cost. Bring vour precious furs now to New York Furriers where THEY ARE COVERED BY INSURANCE FOR A FULL TWELVE MONTHS from the date of stor- age, protected against all eventualities while in stoi'- age or while in your home or being worn. Make the most of this outstanding service it is all covered by the same low storage .charges. Call New York Furrier? for storage or expert repairs, NOW! BUY YOUR NEXT YEAR'S FURS NOW See our wonderful collection of Sheers, Prints and Jerseys for spring or sum- mer wear in all the latest styles, and sizes, and they're priced to meet your budget. A deposit will hold your choice till required. and take advantage of this sea- son's lower prices. We will store your choice "FREE OF CHARGE till needed. Convenient terms, according to government regulations, can be arranged. NEW YORK FUR and DRESS THIRD AVENUE S. PHONE 3276 SPAPFRf OPP. LIBRARY SPAPFRf ;