Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
TAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD SATURDAY, MAY MILADI iocav. Saturday. Incluae Mr. and E E. Sinstos. B.C.. Lt. and Mrs. TV. C. Fowler, iia- grath: Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Houn. Lt and Mrs Thoass Hoys. Mrs, H. Lopp. o- GreJ? ilont-- Mrs. 3L. F. Johnson. .Buraett; foa; and Scu: Bank. Mont. They are MSTQUJS Blake Syan. who has finished his Phone 4040 LeavingCityonMonday for Winnipeg a Byaa. T .ijjfik of the besunfui icwnjopeanra as f- ,__J treet of cear f> f A_J vouth ccsnes bacs to rae. Verse of a Lapland song Is haantiEg Eiy SSBSXKV m -A. will is wines wjj. AECi ihe thoughis of youth are less, Henrv Wadswcrth Personals FO. J- burgh. SeoCscd. who r rivec 13 Csnaca aooarc Tucker. _" meir eaagoter. :e Si. -H -aere preset a jn.eriii.i- T ajic Mr Jack of tneir daughter, returned! Ha: bospitaL Ji-o ai-i l" aoapaaied cv Mrs were Fricay a ciry iron Mscleod. Mrs-_A. A. Siarks anc from and left T.C.A- to re-.ara sue Mrs. Bay and daintier. Cherrv. nsve 10 spend a vising I in Jf Mrs. Mrs. Hooer: Neecs. Mr Mrs. 'RTuazn Tucker and Mr. Bc'R'ni Tucser. cr Rose, James Terns rewrnec :o j c-V on Wednesday after banes' a hoiicsy at tinere iisred her dsugfcter anc son-; Mr. and Mrs. H. d Mr- James Terns. lie Onsversny of 3C. r> Sirkpatnck is vjsung in" Winnipeg, the guess of Mr. arc Mrs. A, C. "Klrkpatnck. ts who attended gaass'of Mr. and Mrs. Irs. Donald Campbell and spall be the or Mr. az s----------------- James the annual an's V- the Palmer hotel. Cal- garr. were Mrs. H: S Gibson of L.-ethDricse, and Mrs. M. D. Morrow. Let Us Frame Your Pictures A.E. CROSS SON IHIKD AVENUE S. Mr. A. B. Zook son. Mr. Zook. are the ci... t2.0O No Appointments Necessary Budget Beauty Shop Above McKelvie's 5th St S. Phone 2250- sail to Bounces the e <3-- Mrs. Mabel of BamweU Mrs A. Sicas and the late Mr. of The will take place early in June in tne Mr. and Mrs. Wetselaar an- nounce the engagement of their eldest daughter. to Mr. Lewis Kennedv, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Smart Young Thing 4538 Mr, and Mrs. "L .an- nounce ihe engagsmeat of tneir daughter, Gladys Patricia, to James Webster voungess son of Mr. and. Mrs. J. Peehles of the city. The wedding take place May 18 at. St. Aagusdn's church. Weddings... The is aruaoanced Oi SJsie Alma King, daughter of Mir. and Mrs Aiibrev King of Meaaow Valley, B.C., to Mr. Glenn "Wilhsm Woitte, ordv son of Mr. and Mrs. George Wo'ine of West Sumxner- lana, formerly of "Warner. The ceremonv toos: olace in Summer- April 11. The regular meeting of the La- Auxiliary to tne Canadian legion, B.E.S.L, brancn. No. 4, will be held in the Legion Hall, Monday evening. Mav 6, at 8 pan. Hos- tesses will oe Mesdames Milrcy, Xettleton. Perry and Parson. There will be a meeting of the voung adults' and counles' club of SouihmiESter United church fol- lowing the evening service on Sun- day, May 5, in the beginners' room. The regular meeting of Laurel Chapter, No. 43, OJSLS., will be held on Monday May 6, at 8 pjn. in the Masonic hall. A cor- dial welcome is extenaed to all Eastern Star members. The regular monthly meeting of the Segistered Nurses of District No. 8 will be held, Monday night at St. Michaels hosoital at The Wilsoa-White Community Club will meet at the home of Mrs. George Murrav on Wednesday, May 8. Dr. E. Cairns will be the guest soeaker. The Business and Professional Girls' Club of Ss. Patrick's caurch wfll meet Monday "evening at the home of Miss Anne Kirby, 1001 3rd Ave. S, at BRIGHTEN YOUR LAWN With FURNITURE LUXOR RICH GLOSS COLORS Canada Paint and Wmll Stort 2513 You Will Look LOVELIER After an appointment with the Beau Monde Beauty Shoppe Above Rylands Co., Room 1C Phone 3575 a. of dirndl your girl mil love! Such simple sewing, sae herself can make Pattern 4538 as a project. Puff or flare sleeves. Heart applique. Pattern 4533 comes in sizes 6, 8. 10 and 12. S-ze 10 frock 2% yards 35-inch i. No Happiness in the Home When Mother 4s Sick The tired, worn, out mother cannot make a happy home if she is sick and worried by the new ending household duties. She gets run down and becomes nervous and irritable, downhearted and discouraged, can't rest at night, gets up in the moraing feeling as tired as when she went to bed. Women suffering in this war fed in Mntmrn's Health, and Nff RDs a remedv with whida to help recuperate their health, bufld sp the down assist them back to again. Prce 50c a bos, 65 pills, at all drug counters. Look for oar trade mark a "Red Heart" oa the package, Tte T- lEBrarn Ox, Limited, Toronto. Oat w __ After-School snack Mr. and Mrs Lance Snotrden announce the mamags of their only daughter. Vema. to Mr. George Courts, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Coutts. Kev. H. A. Mutch- mor officiated at the redoing in the Southmraster Prioay. Apra 19. Activities Here service of the Loyal Order of the Moose, No. 732 and Women of the Moose, No. 328 will be held in St. Augustm's church, Sunday, Mav 5. Members are ask- ed to meet "in front of tne church at The regular meeting of the Wo- men of the Moose, No. 328. will be held in the hall, Tuesday, May 7. at 8 o'clock. Hostesses for the evening -snll be Sisters -Larson, Martin and MSroy- The regular monthly meeting of Salvation Army Mothers' TJnioa be held on Monday, May 6. at Today's Reflection I To belong to a city which is, known across the Donuiuon for its j good-cinzenship. is something o- which to be proud. Lethbndge has woa that reputation, according to Miss A. Tffley. former mat- ron o" the Nursing Mission nerc, who is nsiang m the city from. Ontario. To maintain that record is the responsibility of every m- ciradual here. It means interest in and co-operation with civic ven- tures; community consciousness; and most important of all. a sense of resoonsibihty toward your Bel- low That responsibihtv in- cludes refraining from malicious gossip Be-teliing something detn- menral about anyone, no matter iiow interesting it may be, Is KCXT being a good citizen. Ttemembei. that when you are tempted to in- dulge in gossip. BJJ- PKESBTTERIAX WJVtS. ELECTS NEW OFFICERS Among the officers elected at the 23rd annual meeting of the Wom- en's MissJonarv Society of the Ai- bena Presbyterian Church in Can- ada, held recently In Calsary, were Mrs. J. W. Eingland, Macleod. tnlrd vice-president; Mrs. B. Medicine Hat, home helpers' secre- tary; Mrs. E. L. Gamn, Lethbridge, library and glad tidings. Send 20 cents to the LethbrWge Herald, Pattern Dept, for each pat- tern. Two weeks' be allowed for pattern to reach yon. Use -This Coupon. Print Tout Name and Address Plainly. The Letibridse Herald, Fattern Dept- Lethlnridse, Alto. Pattern 4538. Siae----- Smart Girls PARADOL DR.CHASE'S Paradol FOR QUICK RELIEF Of HEADACHF Otner Pains Of they need refresh- ment, fen; thej need enerjy too. Milk fills the bEL For a reviving drink, recommend our full-cream Homogenized milk, smooth creamy in every drop. Keep a. supply on hand and be liberal with it in the ill- interests of your health. They'll all enjoy CRYSTAL DAIRY LIMITED PHONE 2576 LETHBRIDGE SDfGIXG BILL MURPHY Paul Cantelon and "BUI Murphy of AmanHo, Texas, begin Revival Meetings here on Sunday, May 5, with Rev. John Cooke of the Pentecostal Tabernacle, 520 7th St. S. Bev. Cantelon is an accomplished artist and KEV. PAUL CANTELON" paints beautiful oil paintings during musical num- bers given by Bill Murphy. Both these young men are talented musicians and large crowds attend their services given in the soecial interests of young people. Hear them over CJOC each Sunday at 10 ajn. 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