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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, 1946 Banff School of Fine Arts Has Become Significant Institution May Wedding EXMONTOX, May OJ The tiocs. in Banff School of Fine Arts j mace. 13 years pSnJBT! important attraction to tee pro- duce and !t can become the "Salz- >f Dosfiid of extension service, TJni- re-sityof Alberta, saiti is as ad- iress'to the Rotary Club. _ Mr. Cameron said he looked for- ward to an enrolment of stu- dents -asthm years and pro- j visuxa lor dining, sleeping sgdi e'assroom accommocatios. Ee thoiiatt it eventually might ES famous as Oxford, Cambncse "ilio. 'university of Alberts, he could be "expected to make arrangements for permanent build- Ings for the school m the cot too distant future. Celling attendance for this years summer courses been sat at 40C and that already 250 regg-ja- scholarships, Si cuicklr thai it as, turned al the vay dav he twist his head trerec Feier. bit. he eitfcer. can't d g C3H l Peter Stavs at Home "rifles, voa trfl often find. Exist in your mind. :_Oid Mother S Most of the the tallest post -he fence betwen the Old Pas- ture the Green Meadows hsc been occupied by leatnerea hunt- ers, meEioers of the iiawk Thev had taken rjrns, I; was a some Mice in the grass, or smaU, iirsstsoecting feathered folk, or ten- der vburg Rabbits outside tte dear Old Bnar-patch. Feter KabSat calls it the watching post. It is not far irora tne Old Bnar-patcii- Xow n was dusk, erne for ail Eatrks to have retired. Yet Peter could see a iug, brown watcher soil on pas- Ee was sitting hack to the Bnar-patch. Peters fees were itching to take him scam- pering over to the Green Forest. Thev had been itching all day, aad'all day he tad faesn looking forward to hour when all Eawks should have retired. Why did this one persist in remaining? And why did Mrs. Peter persist in saying that she didn't see that -Tf you dotit see that Hawk it is Because vou are not ioofciag at that post." declared Peter crossly. Just the person on the watching post tamefi his head. He didn't rum his body it all. c-is back remained toward the Briar- patch, too; his head was turned, so that; he was loakrag straight at it. He looked for all the world as if has head was oa his shoulders hind side before. Tes, sir, he did so. Eis great yeHow eyes stared straight toward where Peter sat. "Eooty the exclaimed Peter under his breath. Tm glad TOUT eyes are said Mrs. Peter softly. "Now per- haos you will stay at home. Ee is waichlns for you." added. Hootr'fcad romed his head back that he was into the Old Pasture. "He is not looting lor me. He nrobablv is watching for your father, Old Jed Thumper, ES I said said Peter. "If ha is he is wasting: his said Mrs. Peter. She seemed not in the last worried. "Don't thlnif that because he hss his back tamed he isn't watching the Old Bnar-patch and the Green Mea- dows. If you have say sense at all you stay right here as long as that fellow is about, and I hope he win be abous aH she added. Peter wabbled Sis nose ftt her. can's look both ways at said he. Booty's head turned to stare any morel both ways at; need to co: No one who can turn his as he cars and look t needs to loo's IboiiTwavs's'. declared Mrs.. I Pete" i later the greasl on the watching post did more s (than turn 5ns head; he turned j !cemnletely arctmd so that he was: fsc-rbg trim. Perhaps he had de- 1 cidec that there was no one in the j O'd worth watching: for. tovwav he stared steadily toward the dear C-lc Bnar-patch as if he exsectec some one to hep opt any mosient -o be caught. ns at the very edge of the to? of the cost so that nis toes with their ereat curved cisurs. called beat clown oier the edge. Tiie other toes were back out of "How many toes do you Mrs. Peter. -rtoar." replied Peter. "Two on each foot. "It he were'a Hawk instead of an Owl how many wc'Jld you 3Irs. Peter. -Three." rephed Feter. "My dear. I never thought of that before! Ko Hawk can turn his head as an Owl can, and no Hawk rsn perch with onlv two toes a foot forward like The dusk grew deeper. Kooty still sat there. Peter He staved at home that msht. 19-5, by T. 2 Banquet Here For Preceptory Head Acre preceptory. No. 66. of which EL C. Anderson is presiding cepwr, entertained members and friends a; a bacjtjuet a: the Mar- QUIS hotel Monday night hanorlrsg the to the city of the deputy grand master. Sovereign Grand Priority of Canada. Dr. B. S. Bailey of Winnipeg. ADorosmately 125 were present Alex SnoBden in the chair. The vahie of national and intema- tional goodwill was tressed by Dr. Bailey and Franfc ES. Van Dermark of Crit BSCJE. when they ad- dressed the guests. A muacal program was enjoyed with George Brown and J- Edgar Hansard contributing vocai solos. Later was featured with i ni'Jsic being supplied by Brown's orchestra. Oit-of-town ssiests included Mr. Hegland of Oic Bank. and Mr. and Mrs. H. H. BosweU of Waterton Kationsl Parfc. at Hotpital Matron To Start Duties July 1 by Cross. Herald S Sstircav May 4. at S o'clock St. Patr.crs rectory. J Tare. O-Mi- um'-ed is. niarrssge Olive vnnnrred Nelson, caugfeter of Mr. snd Mrs. IS- Kelson of Grassy and Robert Slrs- son of Mrs. J. S. and the late Mr, of the bride chose a snarr sfrersoon! frock of blush pink crepe and ear- ned a boucuet of American Beauty roses- The" bride groom were attended bv the groom's sister and; brother-in-iaTs-. Mr. and Mrs. Tec Bcunds. FoliOTring the ceremony a recep- tion for immediate friends and rela- tives iras held as the Marquis hotel. Hev. Fr. Tste proposed the toast to the brace, uttii the groom respond- New matron for Gait Hospital. Miss Orma J. Sscith, mil arrne in the city July 1 to consaaeace her duties, "relieving Mis. Jfertha Kipp. who has been temporary superin- tendent of nurses since the resigna- tion of Miss P. Hariey in July, 1943. Miss Sautfe is an Arts graduate from the University of Saskatche- wan and a graduate of the Yaccou- I ver General school ol nursing she won a. scholarship in pediatrics. She has done general nursing us B.C. and was former matron of the hospital at Kerrobert, Sask. and also had several years military rjairting m South Africa. At pres- ent she is completing special course at university jn Montreal. fho'o by Cross. Herald Etegravuig. wj-isred above are Mr. and Mrs. John IXnigias Clarfe. -arho "ed the LD-S. church. Saruroay. Xpnl 27. The bride was formerly itos Mane Cos, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. Cox of Coalnurst. and the sroom is the son of Mr. J. S. Cox "of Ijethbridge. F. Steele ofSciated at the csremony. BACKACHE The Plague of Outdoor Men Of COAL Half of the world's esumated coal reserve of seven trillion tons is in Xorth America. Future of Poles In Italy Up Again LONDON, May Britain received from the Polish govemaieni a note which again raises the future of Polish troops under the command of Gen. slaw Anders in Italy and of ether j generals who do not acknowledge the authority of the Warsaw gov- ernment, a foreign office spokesman said In London. It is understood the note urges that, demobilisation of the Polish ticorts should not be delayed un-s duly and that the door should be let; open so that Poles can continue 1 decide for return to Poland after has taken place. The outdoor nta, vbetW be farmer, truck driver, esc nilwmjr operator, is of tea subject to This may be the result of expoeun to cold szd dampness or the result of strain from the jolting and bumping of the Tehicic he To many peopie, women ae weQ men. it would be great to be free of the most coouaoo and anuoyicg of aOaacnte. And here is how voii may relieyed back- iche and other aymptoma of poiaooB in the blood. The treatment suggested ia Dr. CbMe'a Kidney By tiarnm of their kigiuUting action OB both liver and kidneys, you hare two chanets to one of getting relief .ftctt backache by ufing Dr. Chaw's Pills. The lorpiU liver 5a to action, the kidneys atimulated and consequently theaa OXKUXS help to purify riw blood of POMODOUS impuriiiee which briag pains and aehee and tired Keep recular aad keep well br using Dr. Kidney Lirer Pilla. Dr. Chase's Pills -vrrgess) The nest storyt "An Old Fr: Arrives." and Mrs. Simmon. reside i "Hooty the exclaimed feiti under his breath. straight at the Briax-patch for s moment, tfrpyi snapped back to loos into the Old Pasture. It -s CJOC Daily Programs 1000 KCS. WEDNESDAY, MAT 8 O'clock Pavontes. and tne Pirates. and Local Kews. Amateurettes. Time. News Summary. Kound-TJp. Mttsc- Play Charades. or Pay. Green. Hornet. Haimang Hour. Beport and "World News. Be-new. Orchestra. News. Serenade. on Bhythm. and THUKSDAT, MAY Waker Upper Club. World Ne-ss. Waker "Upper CStib. Sisrtisi Moments. News. Sepor Morning Melodies. George's "Wife. lacy Liaton Storl-8 Lafe. Bhythm In tie Alrlane. Church in the "Wildwood. Breakfast Club. Toe Crystal Calendar. The Happy Gang. Stars To Be. Soad of life- Good Morning neighbor. Melodic Mood. Big Sister. luncheon lounge. The ALC Show. World Kews. 12 -.45 Noon Time Novelties. A Woman of Amenca. -Ma Perkins. Pepper Young. -Modem Romances- i From the Classics, j Women's News Coamentary. i "our Next Job. j Music for MiladL Request Program. Jack Allison Sho-sr. Range Round-TTp. A deposit ;will hold your choice. Government of Alberta TRAVEL CONFERENCE NOTICE bnsinessej and organtzaHons- interested in ffie industry in Alberta are urged to attend this conference. Tourist camp and resort operators, Cil company executives, hofelmen, represenrathres of transportation companies, the press and radio. Chambers of Commerce, Boards of Trade, Aotomo- fciFe Associations, Fish and Came Associations, and Interested bodies should plan to attend tint important be m Canadian Legion Hall EDMONTON MAY 16-17-18 {Registration fee including banquet) Drafts of resolutions to be submitted should be sent in advance to: PUBLICITY AND TRAVEL BRANCH Department of Economic Affairs Legislative Building Edmonton A. J. HOOKE, DAN E. C. CAMPBEtt, SUMMER DRESSES... A new new dress, and the dresses this season are really sew! Beautifully fash- ioned shoulders that give the softest; look in. the world Wee, wee waistlines that, to flattering fullness above and detail that marks a new era ia desiga. Print. jerseys, plain jerseys, silk crepes, printed silk crepes. Priced at to LOVABLE, WASHABLE TOP-NOTCH COTTON DRESSES Here are those cool, -washable cottons you so colorful, in tee variety and the styles that" summer so and livable. SSnss eyelets, seersuckers, charobrsys, ginghams, liaens, pitpies. Tailored and dressy stv-es. Sizes 11 to 17, 12 to 20. 38 ic 44 FROM McARTHUR'S FOR THURSDAY, FRTOAY AND SATURDAY CARDIGAN SWEATERS DRESSMAKER SUITS ARE A FEATURE For an outfit of sure and steadfast beauty, you can count on ere of the new stjied suits. They're figure flattering softly feminine, gay with color. Gabardines, English coverts, wool boucles, checks and plaics, suits with Dolman sleeves, anzle-outton fashions, lapel or coEarless styles. Sizes 12 to 20, 33 to 42. Priced at TAILORED AND DRESSMAKER SUITS Your fatrorite type of loose- fi-ang, casual to make a pretty ensemble ol a skirt or pair, of slacks. All wool knit, in. lovel? soft spring end summer shades. Sizes 12 to 20 AU-Wool IWEATER: Here It is again! Your Irresistible pullover sweater cosy, light, thrillingly soft. Ideal for your suits, skiris, or slacks oa chilly spring or summer days. Popular shades of pink, white, yellovr, ponder black, green, broTO, Sizes 12 w 20......... Formal and Wedding Gowns DisttectlTe so-srng for dtoin? and -a-eddiEgs 3tenT individual styles. gosrss ia sBsmiaery satin lace ce net trim, soft, silky sneers or flue qualltr sets ZBC. taffetas. Sizes 12 to 20. to suits are really something! Casual designed -Rita the new cardigan jront. New-poking roundm? shoulders, luHer sfciris, the small -svaisted Zoofc. Shet- land-type herrmgtrane fabrics, double cbecSs >lalos. Sizes 17 to 20 Spring Coats Slugger, boxy or pretty fitted styles, to Rngiish crepes, camel and vrocl, import- ed Donegal ttreeds or dressy cloths. look for the HCT rounded shoulders, roozny armholes Tnth loose or be3tec-in waSstitoes. Collared or cotlariess types. Sizes 12 to 46. Priced to "SHORTIE" COATS They have new charm this season in rounded or swinging short cropped _ lice. A new charm in tr.e deft tailorin; fine makers. AH woo! faoncs, of course, a hoet of glorious shades. Sizes 12 to 20 to SILK NIGHT GOWNS jjaintily tailored gowns of fine quality rayon crepe satin stripe. Lace-tnmmed front puffed sleeves. Colors: Tearose and White. Eizes: 6mall, medium and large. An ideal mother's gift at Panties Bo cool for summer wear! Brief type pan- ties in sizes small, med- ium anS large in. the lot- Colors -shite, and tearose. 79c Mother's Day BLOUSE SPECIAL! Sheers, crepes, printed crepes, plain and printed spuns, printed cheers. Tailored styles, dressy or frilly types. A -wonderful selection, with almost every colic represent- ed. Short and long sleeves. Sizes 12 to 20. 38 to 44..... XJ1A BLOUSES FOR EVERY OCCASION Come and see the Bonanza of'Beauties at- McArthur's. What a -vride, thrilling collec- many lovely, ne-w and sparkling white, brilliant colors, pastels and eye-catching prints. Choose yours from soft rayon crepes, rayon jersevs, or rayon spuns ard plain sheere. Sizes" 12 to 20. 38 to 44. to Rayon PANTIES AND BLOOMERS Ever popular bloomer style tor average wo- Fun-cut panties "styled for misses and women. Sizes small, medium, and large, priced at 98c to A PERFECT MOTHER'S DAY GIFT Ladies' Slips Lovely gift perfect-fit- ting, straight or bias cut styles. Choice of dainty lace or fine cmfaroidcTed styles. Fitted bastlines and smooth fitting skirts. Sizes 12 to 44. to Sport Jackets Ladies' Slack Suits fcein- g of and A -xorthy addition to your sports trardrobe. Smartly styled jackets, in plain or two-tone combinations. Ideal to -sltn sfcins or slacks. Camel and wools, tweeds, English IXwegals and herringbones. Sizes 12 to 20. Priced at to Comfort is the keynote to these col- orful, superb-fitting slack suits of alpine cloth. The Jacket features the wind-blown neckline, casual patch pocfcets, and four-button fas- tening. Six colors to choose from, including brown. 12 to 20. McARTHUR LADIES WEAR 4th AVE. S. JUST OFF 5th ST. ;