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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD MONDAY, MAY 6, 1946 A MILADI LADY BEADING TEULS STORY OX HEKSEJLF Lacy chief of Britain's Women's Volun- i tary services, told this story on" herself in Toronto re- Graduates Tuesday Gait Supervisor Stresses Need Here For New Hospital and Rest Haven Phone 4040 i a short time in! YTHERE XOT TO WAIT v ing OKnes to him -arbo 3J he -srais in a plsce tbat's J Ba: never -sva" ior an uptown csrj O2. e side of use] who are the while en roviie Personals... Constable J. C. McDonald ihe weekend to speiic ai vacation visitaig in Ofsivs, .o-' rcnto and ilontreaL i Miss Macdonald left by aians Sunday to spend ;aro in Vancouver where tne rk her sunt snd m. J. G. Miss Beatrice formerly Lethbndse. has returned to-Cal- gary from ilvaterton National Park: en route io her home in Yancouxer. t Miss Barbara SaaUss arrive] in the City tonight from Vancouver.! -K-here she is a student at the Uni- i versity of Britisn Cclnmsia. to spend; the siinmer vacation -aith her par- I ents Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Baalnn.: Dorothy McCaSrey arrived; in the city last -s'eek from Calgary to visit her parents. Mr. and Mrs. K. McCaffrey. Later this week she v.ili leave to spend a chatty United States soldier on "a train in Ens- land noted from her uniform arm badse that she was at- tached to Ixjcaon headquar- ters of tne V.K and said he had a sir! frier.c who was in the same brarch and "often meets the "Tell me." the solc-er ask- ed confidentially, "ha-.e exer seen the eld cow to the city after spending cays visiting in Miss Piiyllis is iis: No'oleford." the guest of Pencersrast. Members of the Ladies' Orgaruza- prove there are siore women than tion for Civic Improvement gate linen patients entered on their re- attentive hearing to Mrs. A! cords. of nurses! Sneaking of the older patients, at. "Gait hospital who, as their Mrs! Kjpp told cf the need la Leth- -uest speaker, spoke at the organ-; bridge for a "rest haven" for meeting stressing' M'ho are not seriously ill but. for those cas- Today's Reflection j People ARE funny. When you go os. a, canvass drive you never know just what kind of reception you will receive, regardless of the worthiness of the campaign for which you are Dunag ihe recent can- vass in the city on behalf of can- cer control, one of the ladies was met with the rebuff. "Ko, I aoij ao-i giving anything to the cars- Mr. and Mrs. Beattie left on honeymoon trip to Eastern Canada after which Uiey will reside in Ot- tawa. for theb her ive have these patients ledge has been spread regarding j the control of the dread diseas. Let's hope that i hose who did not sup- port the drive do not have to learn o'd. FoUowiag her talk Mrs.Xipp ask- "That experience is a dear school, ton Jools learn at no j ajy, discussions took place. B. Mrs. I. S- Jrvin; fcy csuehtar. Miss ana csuehtar. Miss jnCalgsry. I Mr. and Mrs. T. Ferric- had as: their weekend house guests. D. VT. Rcss c-f Toronto- are en route to Vancouver, also. Keagey -arho ts re-, to Toronto irom Vancouver.; Marilvn Mclvcr. of Mr and Mrs. George Mclvcr o. Winnipeg, formerly of Lfithbriage. is vss'tirig; in Vancouver, the gaesr of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. McLennan. Mr. Osvid Cherry arrived in the Mrs. Z. IX "Waiseley is leaves': Tuesday evening for Winnipeg to visit her son who is attending there and will be the gaest of Mr. and Mrs. Waiter Burrasn. At aresent she Tna? as her jniest Miss Evelyn CXson of Seattle who, is en -cute to her home in Wintii- i Hev. Leslie Grant returned to the city bj plane Sunday evening from Caiitary where he in charge of service at the Pro-Cathe- dral "on that Mr. and Mrs. J. Bushel! and daughter Marso; have returned to their hcme in Cardston after hav- ins spent, the weekend in the city, visiting Mrs. Busheiis mother, Mrs. H- Macbeth. stjenc. i mother, Mrs. A. Cherry. j Mr. and Mrs. Edsrard of: Grea; Mont., have returned; home after having spent a few days _ visiting in the city, guests of Mr.' and Mrs. J. J. Sta3ord- Mr. and Mrs. J- F. Forman have as iheir house guests. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. McDonaid cf Man. Kodak Supplies For Amateurs A.E. CROSS SON THIRD AVESTE 5OCTH Inch Tubing CHROME KITCHEN CHAIRS Sed or Black .50 each i Mrs. N. Hall, who uncerweni_an! orsraticn in Gait hospital on rn-! i cay is makmar satisfactory i frierics wiH be pleased to know. j Mr. and Mrs. A. FmdJay were j weekend guests in Calgary where thev visited their son and daugh-1 and Mrs. James Fmdlay. Master Deznis Hsrgreai es i; scsncing ih.e GS.T Csigary. Mrs. W. Skidmore of Sdmonton srriTed in ihe city to attend the funeral of her father, the ls.ts Mrs. James .Alrd returned home i Sunday nighr from Turner Valley j I where "she had been visiung her! i son and daughter-in-law, Mr. arid, j Mrs. caaipbell aird. Miss Surge of Winni- i peg is in visiting her father. 1 Mr. Mas Surge of Shauganessy. Mrs. G. Gunning of Lethbridge is in Calssrr visiting her daushier. Mrs. 3oyd Ackiand. j Miss Dorothy Gruenwaid was ai hostess Friday evening "when'she" entertained at a. bridal shower, coni- i pUsaeatiBg Miss Mary McLean. The i of honor received a gift from the assembled friends. I i Miss Mary Rice was a weekend visiicr in Caisary. i 1 Mr. Chris Donaldson. Jr_ left b? I pisne during the weekend for Van- j vnere iis ttend ths Umversitv of British Columbia. I j j After attending the Caigary horsa show at; the weekend. Dr. and Mrs. I p. 3. Fowler haie returned to their i home in the city. Edmonton was a visitor in the city-' at the weekend, a cf Mr. and, Mrs. T. 2arl Morris. Cscrott was at one tire? stationed at No. S B. and G- school here, ani has jtist been repatriated from Germany 7i here he was serving with an R.C. t AJF. squadrcn. j Here j The Old Age Pension? group meet :n the V-MC-A. on Taesda> evening at S Program is un- der the a-uspices of tne Junior: Chamber cf Commerce. Brins in j your moneT for the paoer. please, j Visitors arid friends "welcome. 1 Women solfers alar-ir.s at the: Lethbridge Cluo and ce- sinng transportation for Tuesday are asked to sst in touch with any of the following: Mrs. N. S. Stoltze. Mrs. Harold LOGS. Mrs. M. J. Gib- son. Mrs. J. Frrei. E. Caims.j Balderson. Cars will I leave the city at eral on Tuesday. May Women AROUND THE WORLD Engagements Luncheon And Golf Open Country Club Opening their spring activities at' Frances Elisabeth Gibson, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. James Gihfon, became the bride of John Alfred Beattie. son of Mr. and Mrs. Emest Beattie of Ouawa. Rev. H. Magowdi performed the ceremony. The bride, wearing a. smart teal Evelyn Gibfoa was her sisters Prime Minister AEtlee said today in the house cf commons there may be informal discussions with repre- sentatives of the dominions, now m ixjndon for consultations, on the status of British women married to i I Sunday noon followed by golf. t 'ado Spring flowers !snt a gay atmo- hndssmaid and Mr. William Gibson sphere ;o the setting and glowing, best man. Following ihe cere- he- i logs in Sreolace gave a cheer- i monv a reception was at the -n 5 iul atmosphere" to the nappy oc-] home cf the bride's parents. The monthiv meeting of: the chanter I.O.D.S- j wiii be held "this o'clock ni the Gas Co. auditorium.! j Quota dab will hole its dinner; meeting Tuesday evening at o'clock in the Marquis hotel. j The Ljethbridge Sketch club mem- j bers are asked to mee; at, the home I of Mrs. A. M. Moe. 1012 Sixth ave- j nue ssurh. Tuesday evening. May T, I a; 8 o'clock for a business mee'ting. Mr. Bart PragnelL who taught, spe- cial art classes while in the services overseas, will 2ive an exhibit of his King and honorary colonel-in-chief of the Canadian Scottish Regiment. of Victoria, today inspected the regiment's occupational battalion on the eve of its departure for Canada. latent on ciion. Approximately 90 members siimm---- enjoyed the luncneon and ,S praj- au_i_ i ers "joined in ihe raised two-ball Ta engagement is announced of! which featured the golf. IT EHer younger: Golfing honors were won by Made- ter cf the late Mr. and Mrs. j ieine Hoy and Forrest; tow was tied by Mrs. Grifnn and Mrs. Roy Mere- and Alsn Stewart with a 32 nage will take alace on May IS j score; high score honors went to j atknox Presbvte'rian church, Cal- Mrs. E. U Forster aaa Ira hidden hole competiuon was, won by Nancie Rice and Xorman i Fooks." Marjorie Johnston and G.j NOW YOU CAN KEEP REGULAR Wrtoirf Harsh Laxatives combine line flavour >vHU ibod value gary. ai 7 passage to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Corey of, Coaldale. annoar.ce the engagement j of their only daughter. Dorothy executive memoers at Get easyrelief from constipation and kindred ills this Tuilural way. Simply take daily the jsiice of one lemon in a giass of water first thing on arising. of Users Prose It surveys show millons of people now take lemon and water. These Veterans association. Manv of ths brides-to-be have been waiting for irsDTCTX3 passage as iong as two years. engagement is announced of Gladys Edna, second daughter of Mr. and A pair cf ne-lywecs. aged 75 and Mrs. 3 Cdeaard. io Mr. Sonald 74. were honeymooning at Detroit i of Ciiigarj-. The marriage today after a wedding Saturday j will take nlace at Crescent 3eigh' aighc attended by the bride's three United church in Cslssrv. on Jur children. 11 grandchildren and 19 i great-grandchildren. The history and currfini events ceparnnent of the Mathesis duo will meet 2t the home of Mrs. Een- derson. I24S avenue south, on Tuesday, May 7, at 3 United church in Calgary, on June 7. The ?ythian Sisters will hold practice Tuesday afternoon. Mayj 7. at 2 o'clock in the I.O.O.r. hail. Ii is imtiortan; that; all sisters at- tend. St. Mary's W.A. wO hold their bussaess meeting: in the parish nail i on Tuesday a: pjn. Members are reminded to bring their Lenten talent: money. its. Itasson's and ilrs. McVean's section of St. Andrew's Ladies Aid will meet a; 3 o'clock Tuesday sf ter- j noon. May 7. az the home of Mis. j J. Young. 610 I0th street south. Visitors will be welcome. (HXS) A new weaving process using a ensagemeno announced of Sarah, derivative of seaweed to prevent j daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. Haich- nreakage of Sne yam soon will he j erE of this and Pe'-cv G Kaba- ussd by a British company to make j roT> son of jfc-. arid p. Kaba- the lightest woollen cloth, on record.; tov of Vancouver. The marriagi will take place shortly. The London Sunday Pictorial in! a_ two-psge feature headed "It's a j FORjIEK BAKMTELL GIRI. ttoneymoca L-fe." said tocar OKATORT CONTEST "99 ou: of every 100 brides of Caaa- J T aciUe of Cres- lemon juice tired Freel. Mrs. J. A. Walker. Mrs. "Wai- j feeling, headaches and nausea thai ter Marphy. Mrs. S. Schmaltz. Mrs.! cpaaelrcm constipation end aroid G Wvlie. Mrs. Gordon Fnsbv, Mrs.! the harmful etjeds of north Iczatiees. M. Erb. Mrs. "W. R. Haig. Miss i Janet Larsen also assisted. I WAR BRIDES ARRIVE Three more war brides arrived in Lethbridse Sundav msht. Thev in- clude Mis. R. K Soshaan for 612, 12th stree; A north, and Mrs. H.; L. and Mrs. M. A. Richardson j for Haymond. j fluffy fntt Salad Dressing blending; thor- oughly after each addition. -_i cup sucar, :-i teaspoon salt, lio tablespoons flour. 1 egg yolk, cup pineapple juice, cup orange juice and 2 tablespoons Vin- Cook, stirring constantly, until very j thick. Cool. Fold in stiffly beaten egg white. And lemon and water bring other benents, too. Lemons are among the richest sources of itaroin C. "i our doctor will tell you that this element helps fight fatigue and aids you to j resist colds and infections- Then, too, lemons are anti-acid, help acid I stomach, aid appetite and digesticn. j Make this test. Try lemon juice i and water for 10 mornings. Prove to vourself how much better it makes the CoL Belcher hospital. Comedian Stan Laurel, married today to Ida Raphael. 0-3. w Sitaeva Mrs. Prank Tiiley and snail daughter. Bonnie Bell have returnee i TALK WITH PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE For beauty, ho, h different ihese days There is a new !coHLK EIVER MILS Miss Theresa SUert of Seattle arrived on Sunday evening for a visis isith her parent, ilr. and Mrs. Henry EJlsrt, and other relatives and friends. She Tras accompanied by itrs. Ruth; of Squannsh, Wash.. is vis- j itmg her parents, ilr. and Mrs. F. E.; HummeL Roofs Need To Be Painted USE PROTECTO PRESERVATIVE PAINTS Canada Paint Wallpaper Store Phone 2513 For salad insur- ance choose the best vinegar you Can buy, cs you choose the best fruits, end vegetables. That's the way to pro- tect end enhance flavour. HV-UM Painful, Pus Filled Boils the Cause of Much Misery If you suffer from boils you know how sxcfc and miserable thev made you feel. Boils are" an outward 'cdication of impurities in the svstem, and jusc when you think you are rid of one another crops up to take its place aad prolong vour misery. All the lancing and poulticing you can do may not stop more To hdo overcome boils vo-a should purify the blood, so why cot give that old, reliable blood medians. Burdock Blood Bitters, a chance to show what it will do in helping you get rid of them? Thousands have used it ior this purpose for the past 60 years. Why not you? Tie T. iEbara Co., limited. Toronto, Oct. BRONCHIAL ASTHMA, ANTRUM, SINUS ALSO CATARRHAL AND BRONCHIAL COLDS! 4546 SIZHS WRAP AND 3y AXXE ADAMS Cute as a cricket, and clever as can be: See how Pattern 4546 keeps seeing and ironing time at a mun: front of dress over back, button and tic it! So easy! Patten: 4546 convss in Jur-ior dzcs II. 12. 13. 14, 15. 16. 17, 18. Size 13 takes yards Send 20 cents to the Lethbndge Herald. Pattern Dept., for each pat- tern. TVo weeia' should be allowed for pattern to reach you. Use This Coupon. Print Your Name and Address Plainly. To: The Lethbridge Herald. Lethbndge. A1U. Pattern 4M6. Size What Is LANTIGEN? is a. specially prepared Als- lolred vaccine and has been used suc- cessfully in the treatment of various Lanticen is not patent medicine.. Lantigen is a. bacterial vac- cine in a. dissolved staie, is devoid of drugs and safe to take, lantigen is a natural aid. It is prodnced from the bacteria which are peculiar to the par- ticular disease requiring treatment. In the preparation of Lantigen the or- ganisms are destroyed by a process of dissolution thus releasing the active principles from the bacterial bodies. Being in a completely dissolved state the vaccine is operative locally by ab- sorption into the tissnes of the tongue, tonsils, throat, and the intestinal tract and is farther operative by means of its distribution throughout the system. More tban 150.000 people in Australia nave enjojed relief from the distress- ing: effects of catarrh and allied con- ditions. A Dissolved Vaccine to be liken by mouth j Organs affected by Cafarrhal Poisons m AN EMINENT PHYSICIAN Writing in the ''British Medical speaks as follows in the issue of January 15, 1936: "In my experience, the oral antigens have been mostly employed for cases of Catarrhal infections, rheumatic con- ditions and catarrhal enterocolitis. Clinical response has been quite definitely marked." This important statement, however, heralds the dawn of a great release for Catarrhal sufferers. N'ame MAIL THIS COUPON TODAY NTIGEN' LABOF-ATORIES C.lliBIS STREET. VANCOUVER, 3 C. of LAXTIGEN awl ior scr.i .T.e lor the oj I S Same City or Town The of my <2ruKgist If yoj rynhcr Information write Price PER BOTTLE DO THIS TODAY! Go to yonr Druggist and get details about the LANTIGEN treatment which will be most effective in your case, and which will help to prevent a recurrence of this complaint. DISTRIBUTORS: MALTBY BROTHERS LTD. IARHAM l-SANDS SS8 Cwfct SI, YaKacnrtr L L WASSOM In 158, Sail K.B. LANTIGEN LANTIGfN LANJIGEN LANTIGEN ;