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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD TUESDAY, MAY 7, 1946 MILADI Recent Graduate 4040 THE BOKE ana Mrs. IV. F. Riisseii. Mr. George, Mr. -am McAcoo, and v Dr. J- SI. Biselow. -M-- and Mrs. B. and Women AROUND THE WORLD be Mrs, L. A. Wylie and Miss Chris- Jsie Ramage. jj Today's Reflection Children's Mssios Service. badly needed by the starving la Europe, reminds one of the far- o' "Aching eSeci an individual's ac- t-nr> has on the life of other peoole the held Wednesday. May S. at S o' iartif i be Itloa or iujgiano. will oe the Canadian Legioa hall 02 Host- The other day a told her eight-j ear-old son that he 1 was resooasib'e for war or peace.! Preuy Kiss-eyed Dons Shaver, 22.. i sn Ersghsh war bnde. was found on I :he highway walkics in rain-soaked., ses-anc -eier Personals... wriencs wjj be pleased :o kr.o-ff -ha' E- Buchanan nas re- covered sasiiciestly to revim home after spending rso -seeks in Ga.: hospital. t Miss Xora MacPnerson cuatec, irom ti Creek !tb snerid'the funeral, -a inch uas tms ailemoon. cf Mrs. Wester- s care's father. Mr. J. M. Jean Robinson left by plane i Mcncsy evening :or er :o end the graduation of Miss Julia from the Vancouier Gen- meagre clothing IE search of her I husband who she said refused look after her since she srrr j Canada March 2-5 She on a Slovakia anc again 11 Suncav armouncms the comins no: 10 the sasne m.irra2e on May 21 of Miss Ijlhar. i Irene Robertson o: :na: ci-> :o Mr. Phoeoe the late ._____ Spencer and J Thomas Smith ot Cardsion. The Princess Elizabeth Monday at- were ihe eldest and youag- Clarer.ce .-on o5 Hi-chsrd j the snnual festival of the j est daughters o: Mr. anc Mrs. tm- of Jnapina Pound. Shaftesbury Society and recehecS; estH- Heit-mian of Haymona, curses from the London and Home! The cnurch effectively cecor- in Lethbrzdge. The visi- tors is ere welcomed by Mrs. C, Vaselenak. fo- the fiscal CL Vaselenak. presi- University of British Cell was stricuy business, ine afternoon session, the Graduate At 'Hat Medicine Hat Genera! hospital graduation exercises held in that, city Friday mghi siUi Dr. J. Lt Robinson. MJUA, giving the ad- dress to the graduating class and Major Hector Lang presenting the special airarcs. J The graduates included: Esthers Eleanor Beint; of Pmcher Creek, j Katheryn Irene Larson of Marie. "Sask.; Bertha Irene of Prelate. Sask.; Patneia Margaret Brian of Tompkins. Sask.; Edna Mane Janzen of After beiag a patient at Gait hospital in Leihbridge for nearly three lieete. owing to an attack of spinal meningitis, Chas. Gordon re- larned home lass Wednesday. The "followins officers were elected Annie. Knesh or Medicine Hat; Beujjane McQueen of Gleicnen: Kodak Snaps Enlarged CROSS SON THIRD AVEXCE S. Miss Audrey ChisTrick. bnce-elec: present. Mr. and Mrs. A. pleted her studies at the U: of British Columbia, Vancouver.. and is r-ow in Victoria, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond a number o; her former f i-chool fnends a; a bridal shower. 1 Mas Chiswick received a gift from her assembjed The hostess assisted in serving by B.C.. and Elsie Myrtle Wilson Portage la Prairie. Man. COALDALE XOTES COALDALS (HXS) Floyd Smiih received a cable from over- seas last Tuesday, informing him. of the birth of a daughter to nisi wife, the former Miss Dorothy Fos- j ter. who is still awaiting transpor- tfon for Canada at Lanslev Park.! lodge displayed their regalia ______ _ Warner history book was shown ter Mrs. E. Melchm and Mr. J. Me- following which refreshments were Lean sang accompanied by LeRoi j served by the ladies of the Leth-' Lacy Baden-Powell, rounder ana j stone. Ushers included Roy Ac-j bridge lodge. chie: "of the Girl Guides, said at j cerson. Golden Snow. Ira McBnde. Lerhbricge lodge featured the Winnipeg Monday that the Guide cynl Layne. W. McMullin. A. Coop- j evening program with the following Doreen Luchaniky. Diane Pnestly, _ _ -_t._Dawson, accompan- ing their car; in the making of a luncheon was sened with the erica! jg. Larer the floor-work was ex- new table centred with a three-tier wea- empliried bv the cf5cers of the dir- j cake. __ _ _ _ r ferent lodges. Dunng the pansy; tion for Canada at laaugley Park. Durham. England. the tier table. hotel, where a three- Rev. Ward proposed the i toasi to the bride. :Uy j The happy couple left; for Vic- Laser. Mr. and Mrs. Hudson left ceremony. Lacy Luchansky gave ---------I --_ i fc I for a honeymoon at Great recdllion of Tajs -Hoijse: For Finer Furniture SEE Miss Louse M. Gresnwooa. wedding took place at Michel May Mr. Bruce Watson returned to the citv Sunday from the University cf British Columcia and will spend the summer with his parents, Mr. I and Mrs. William Watson. i I Miss Harrier Fansett has returned i to the city after aemg a weekend visitor in "Calgary. i Mr. Bruce Walter arrived in. ihe: A -n -n citr bv T.C.A- Monday from Van- i I1 j cotrrer where been attending i the University of B.C.. and was met! _ here by his parents. Mr. ann Mrs. Herbert, of Eprme Coulee. 1 Edmonton. AH are guests a; the Marquis. Mrs. W. J. Armstrong and Mrs. L L. Clark have returned to the cirr from 2. tnp to the Pacific coast. Engagements announce the their daughter, Mrs. 3. 1 bridge was among ins guests a: Cai- june Esther.- to Mr. Arnold High, of Cal- T earv. The marriaae will take place i in 5rledicirie Bat the latter pan of return will re- _____________ _ while Mr. and Mrs. Smith Banff and will take up residence as Carcstoa on sts included Mrs. airman. Cal- Bfcnmon, s. Ernest, grand- Leth- faridge; ilrs. Eliza Brandley, Mrs. 1, when SUen. only daughter of >Ir. Bertha O'er. Mr. and Mrs. J. Proc- aad Mrs. R- Barrass of Michel, was tor. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Brand- uniied in marriage to George Rob- ert, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. R. Clare of AUenby. B.C. The cere- mony took place m Michel United church, with Rev. EL Allen of Fernie officiating. The bride, who entered the church on the arm of her father, wore a Soor-leagth dress of white silk jer- sey w-th bndal veil and orsnge blossoms- She carried a shower bouauet of red roses and carna- tions. The bridesmaid was Miss closing, district deputy. Vaselenak wished all every success in the coming year. Warner extended an invitation) for the second district meeting to be held there. Midnighr lunch was served by the ladies of Lethbridge lodge. Prompt, Efficient WATCH REPAIRS Our enlarged staff of expert watchmakers are at your service. Most work can be completed In only three days. Satisfaction guaranteed. Bring- your watch or clock in today. Harry Wheeler Son Jewellers Exesge Bldjr. i i Saturday aitemocn. at 1 o'clock, f thy. youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Eoramuke of Coaldaie. and Martin Xeiison, son of Mr. and Sirs. 1 M. ICeilson of Vancouver. Given Eazel Travis of Natal. The groom Caroston. was supported by the bnde's broth- er. Robert Barrass. Jr.. of MicheL Wedding music was played by Miss Sheila Haigh. The" reception was held at the home of the bride's par- ents. The bride and groom left by train for Vancouver where the honeymoon will be Eueni. Later thev will take i Allenby, B.C. ley. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Branaley. i Stirling; Mr. and Mrs. Ira C. Fletch- i er. Mr. and Mrs. Nyal Fletcher, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Matkm. Mr. and Mrs. i A Bnggs. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ras- j mussen. Mr. and Mrs. O. Hencer- j sort. Mrs. A. Ririe and daughter, j Jean. Magrath; Mr. and Mrs. W. Sloan. Mr. ana Mrs. Ursel Smith, i Mrs. W. Montgomery and' daughter. Vera. Mr. and Mrs. Al- bert Eari. Mrl and Mrs. Lloyd Coop- ilr. and Mrs. Z- Owsley of Barons announce the marriage of their o Vancouver. i marriaee bv her father. daughter Mary Etaaoetn. to a Floor-'eneth eown Robert E. (Bob> Bo-.nwell. son of the bride chose a floor-length gown of white embroidered voile. Jser Mr. 1 long veil was caught with gardenias i and she camec a cascade bouquet of roses. Miss Anne Hish of Pic- ture Suite was bridesmaid and the bride's brother, Mr. Peter Kommuke j JDalgliesh. wae f-iAer Tn-sn I and Mrs. H. H. Bothwell of Sanguco. The marnage which took place in Calgary. May 2. at 7.30 in the evening, was performed by Kev. H. was best man. During the signing j a honeymoon in Banff. of the register. Miss Marguerite sang, accompanied by Miss Elsie Wsstcott at the organ. A reception for the immediate family and close friends was held at BEGINNER'S LUCK DISCOVER NEW DEUCIOUSNESS! Try one of tKxa. recipes on. die S-sraas Down OQC cf TOJT own, fnzh Svzss and sec scrw 'iulj good nt'rcr caa be! Dcrsn caits are Kacer, jcamcr-Hs zzs coJisistently Eves low-siiEar czles arc Bus ttnured sad calss light aad evca teaser, wira Swans Downl a. controISed-injIUas iroczss rczi wheai, S-s-aas DOKTI is Prepared By i; a cake is worth making, Ws worth making wifft CAKE FUOUR SI44 A Product of the young couple will make home in Edmonton. Tuesday morning. April 30. at, 10 o'clock at St. Patrick's church. Ber- nice Bums, daughter of Mr. and Mis. H. Burris of Lethbridge. ex- changed marriage vows with Lewis Ellert. son of ilr. and Mrs. Hlert of ipk River. Rev. Fr. R. W. Griffin officiated at the Nup- tial Mass. The bride, who WES given in niar- riage b- her father, was attended bv Miss Heien Scalding of Cal- gary. Mr. Ray EHert was best man. The choir was composed of relatives of the groom from Milk River. Fol- lowing "the ceremony a. reception was held at. the home of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. EUert- left by car to saend the honeymoon in. Great Falls. Mont. Out-of-town guests at the wee- ding included Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mrs. F. Recb. Mr. and Mrs Ray Elert. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert alert. Mr. and Mrs. Gene and Miss Caroline EHert, all of Milfc River. Activities Here The Margaret Hartley Past Presi- dent Club trill hold their regular i meeting at the home of Sister i Thompson. 373 Aberdeen St.. Meds- I cine Hat, Wednesday, May 8th, at 2-30 p-m- Mrs. Allen's and ilrs. section of St. AugusUn's W_A. will meet Wednesday. May 8th, at 3 pjn., with Mrs. S. Fleetwood. The Aid of Immanue! j English Lutheran Church win meet 1 at the home of Mrs G. Frache. 1812- I 6th Ave A N. on Wednesday a'ter- noon. Mav gtr. All the ladies of j the church and their friends are cordially nmred. Besnn-er take A sweet. and lovelv frock, so v.rnnle that ars-. The regular monihJy meetir.j; o. girl car. "make it herself Pattern the Major JSCK Ross Chapter. 4364 has just 4 main pattem parts. 'IOD.E. will be heid in the Gas Spice u with say rufflmg Co. auditorium Weonesday. May 8, Pattern 4S64 comes sizes at 2.30 pm. ,6. S. 10. 12 and 14. Size 10 takes, 2'-, 35-inch fabric i The regular monthly meeting ol i Send 20 cenis to the LethbrieSge! the Elizabeth McKsllop Chap- I Herald. Pattern for each pat- tcr. I.O.D.E.. will be held In the Gas Stern: Two weeks' time should be Co. auditorium. Wednesday. May 8. iallowed for pattern to reach you. -at 7.30 p.m. All members ar3 re- Use This Coupon. Print Yotrr ciuested to Name and Address Plainly. i _, T I The regular meeting of .the Leth- j bridge Music Teachers' Association will be held on Wednesday, May 8. at the home cf Margaret Brown, 313 13th St. S., at 8'30 pjn. TO OPEX GOLF SEASON AT HEXDEESOX CLtTB_ The ladies' section of Lake Golf Club are having their official opening on Wednesday, May i a, at 2 p.m. i Tea will be served following a i nine-hole competition. All members are urged to attend. Xew members will be welcome. j >IAJOR BURXETT P.X.G. CLUB HOLD SUCCESSFUL WORK SALE j A successful sa'e of work and tea j was held m the I.O.OJ. hall on Sat- the The sale was ooened by the president. Sis. E. Hisler. The T7ork table, under the con- venership of Sis. H. MoNab. assist- ed by Sisters A. Morris and M. Schoenmg. found manj- eager buy- ers. Sis. J. Henderson had charge of the home cooking. The tea room was well patronized and was m j charge of L. Allison, convener, assisted by Sisters X. Goldie, J. Johnstone. F. Stafford and L. Bam- j urdav under the auspices of Major Burnett P.X.G. Club. bncc. Sis. A. Cowell acted as cashier. A box of chocolates given j away during the afternoon was won by Mrs. Wm. Risler with ticket No. 17 Sis. Logan had charge of these j tickets. Sis. X. Dupen had charge of the cushion, which was won by Mrs. H. O. Johnstone with tickes No. 79. A xery satisfactory sum was realized. m MORE WOOL FOR TARX OTTAWA, May Surplus raw wool no longer needed for the manufacture of military uniforms has been sold to Canadian yam pro- ducers for IT.S full cost of War Assets Corporation announced last night. Good Weekend Encourages Flying Beautiful weather -on Sunday brought several flying enthusi- asts, both sightseeing and stu- dents, ous to Kepler Aviation's comer at the airporr. Sightsee- mg passengers taking local flights over Lethbridge included: ilr. O. Horlacker. Mr. Neal Hor- lacker. Mr. Byron Horlacker. MJSS Nbrma Hagen, Mr. Melvm Brooks. Mr. "Wlnton Brooks, Mr. Mickey Brooks and Mr. Conrad Baird. Mr. Allan Turin, Alta.. who prior to the war. :lew privately ia the United States, took a refresher flight with Instructor Warren Merger, anil after thirty-rive minutes dual was soloed in the Cub J3. H. Dunn and W. K. Carver, both of Turin, Alta. commenced tbeir training, while Mr. Hugo A. Sum and Mrs. Agces M- Suni of Foremost. Mr. A. H. Warren of Iron Springs and R. V. Thompson and Earl R. Kirch- ner of Lethbridge continued their training. The following students took solo practice training: Mr. A- K, B.Aloek. Taber; Mr. A. M. Math- eson and Mr. R. W. Tlbbetts. All students are delighted with their program and are enthusi- astic boosters for Kepler's train- ing Mr. John C. Aden, Alta., a, licensed pilot, commenced advanced training with a view to making extensive use or air- craft in connection with cattle ranching enterprises. Sightseeing trips may be taken at any time any day, and with more fine weather in sight it :s anticipated many more will see the scenic wonders and thrill of flying. Make Your WEDDING LIVE FOREVER Let a Clarke Photograph pre- serve the thrill of your wed- ding day. Clarke, the master photographer, will achieve that natural look of you tnat vdil be so much appreciated. Clarke Studio Downstairs, McFarland BIdf. Phone 2010 A meal for night out! Here's how I make one wonderful hurry-up supper dish. l First, I toss those left-ox'er vegetables, lettuce, ham or chicken into a salad bowl. Nest (and here's the trick) I add golden zpstful strips of Bordcn'i Chateau Cheese. There you kind of exciting treat the family really goes for! For working meal-miracles there is really nothing like Chateau. BORDEN'S CHATEAU CHEESE it sprtads, it it PASTEURIZED FOR YOUR To: The Herald, Pattern Pcpt_ tethbridije. Alta. Pattern 4964. Size----- Name.............................. i The Young Women's Auxiliary of Andrew's church will meet in j the schoolroom on Wednesday. Max 8, at 8 o'clock sharp. Hostesses w ill minds the baby KLEENEX is back again in the regular 9 x 10 size IVkllAtlE IN HAMOT SHE IN "MAN S Stir" U UTTLE LULU TOW taromt. ;