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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD THURSDAY, MAY MILADI _ FOR CALGAKV Wed Easter Monday Phone 4040 the suest cf Mr. anc. Mrs. FRIENDSHIP Approximately 100 Guides ancf troni Letit- bridge -sni: leave the city en Monday to- Calgary to at- "e-'c a at 'AhKis Iscy Robert Chief widos" of the founcer of Scouting anc. There be coins frcm St. Patricks i be presen-. j 41 compares. 12 from the Co. I OX'S., mr.e frorx the choose ._ If joli go wiiii irrirth s far j land you zirsa tils: J Joar, Hsy. tne I.' i been at-; of A-berts. 1 the engage ient of her onH- dasigh-, Bor the siraases: oar; of t eld mat liSe tnth life. And. wto love for lus man an love Personals Women AROUND THE WORLD women's oafelic meeting foond- c! the Winnipeg house-Rues con- A. MOTHER. Of DK. BROWN FASSES IX THE EAST "Word received in the city todav. Tnuisday. of the death at Richmond. Out- on Thursdai. morning cf Mrs. R- EL Broura. 65, mother of Dr. T. E. Bro'ATi of Lethbndge Mrs. Brown has oeer> in Ui health for some lime and her sou. Dr. Broivu. returned to citv Monday from visit- --i_s inzani- ing her in ihe east. Surviisag massed a resolution protest- are her husband: four sons, i ing the cf price ceilings George and Harold of Rich- One huncred nurses, largest num- ber to be graduated from the Victoria hospital's school of luirs- uig a; Montreal, recened diplomas at she annual graduating Ttesdaj. The NelLe Goochne prize for tne ces: bedside nursing won bv Munel McRae of Edmonton. ihe Srst t-me- in the historv of the Methoois: Church in Scot- {screen name of Starling Harden, at land, vomeii are to be sdnutted to Reno, Wednesday. The decision made at 'he church's anniial synod! Siamese twins, bom at a hospi- {tai in PorJand. Wednesday. son cf Mr. and Mrs H A the -Aeddinz to taie citv nv p-sr-e. mond. Charlie of Otta- a. and Dr. T. H. of bncge: and fao da-jghters, Mrs. G. Hungerford and Mrs. H. Crau-forc of Richmond. Ont, Funeral sen ices will be held at Richmond on Sat- urday. X Lieutenant-Go'.emor-s Silver Medal mother and her demotion to her hus- in reccgniiion of her qualities as a band, at Quebec Do You Suffer From Headaches? It -s hard io struggle along with a. head that aches aad all the time. headache need not. be aa illness in itself, but it were alert and strong today as then- svmptom that there is intestinal Pen fuu day of life was completed.: uithS. heir mother. Mrs. Mary Hurse. the cause of headache it is she had not cecicea what to j ,he waste tastier from the system. MOTHER'S DAY May 12th We have just the card for that occasion. A. E Cross Son Third Avenue South came Jwo girls. coast. Today's Reflection Women al! Southern Alberta Tsrere presented to Mrs Virtue as a toSen ct from for jou" can be dii-cardec. A ircific women Yincicatec of fcr the majority of Mrs. Alesandre Riouk. wife of an j Abiuoi settler and mother of la j as- jjyjjjg cinidren. was awarded the ,n er i MERCOLIZED Burdock Blood UC _------ m _ the cause of headactes by regulating the i anu acidity, reguSatiag the cc and tonicg up the sluggish liver, and when this has besn headaches should disappear. Get B. B. B. at any drug counter. Pnce a bottie. T. Milbcra Co.. Toronto. Ost. POOR ATTENDANCE AT -V-E" BALL FO and Mrs. Jock rTsser. irho' WKO ccmplezed spnn? to tne Tsiesdaj from houseciear.ins operations A i here Mrs "Frassr. met her Ontario, no'-" reticms tne Screen actress Madeleine Carroll; was awaraec a divorce frcsa John j Eamil-on of the United States Ma- I rine Corps, better under his i At-tendance ai the 3-S.SJj- Cans- dian Ijegion. branch, j -V-E" oal! uas cecideclv cisaB- tma Wednesday when no-) ican 30 coupies congregated first 1 Mrs- J James and Gordon, are accomnany- Mr. snd Mrs. 3. VT. VTes'sr- eard. to their home in Meeting Creek, where they will visit tor a snort time. Mr. and Mrs F. H. soefer anc 1 lamiiy returned to the city wea- i _ nesdaV evenmg from Vancouver.' i where" they attended the gradua- nea-.enlv it ,ras foilDwed! DIAMOND j a trW Safes MARKED BY PIONEERS of Oh. for one of Jaines 3 i Canary celebrated anm- 11 ersarv of weeding cay on JET 3 Mr. iloore is a former mem- i downpours they have s- tne PaCiT. coast" which they would be t of expert cooks her" of the arid he Mrs. Moore raamsc in Maeleod j Studio Lounges Choice of one. trro or three pteces curable coverings. BETTER LATE THAN NEVER _ _ _e tw table m the hcrnS' 230 pjn. sharp, of firs- G. Cinswick on Wedcescay ween see entertained s. ITOUS- tea comntmennng fier caugh- I ter. JSss Audrey Chiswick. who wiil be married Fncay. Mrs. M- Mo_att and Mis. J- H, Fooks presicsd at Se-virems were Baiiev and Miss Gladys Saines. After the Mrs. Lawson has re- tarred" to her home jn Hed. Deer. spent days Ja. j Girls' Choir GlVC Quaint Concert DOCTORS 2 out of can j the I She acconioanied on "die r i trio bv her hnsbsnd -sfho has oeen ion" duty at the LethnnQge Armory lo'- tha uas; month. Visitors in the city today. Thurs- dav include Mrs. C. A, Halbert and M. Gladys Halbert. Segina. Mrs. James Hfinaecy._Mocse will sstie Snna 01 Hanuiton, _ and fancv sewing table, pan- SJS months late, table, tea tables, also a wmte _ {i-ejugj, (LscoTered the letter i table, ine public 3S cor- j.., a space just ascer the top I mtited. of the alarm bos during an m- COMPLEXION tl-.e ihin oirfer layer of ilin called scarf slin is the oldest of sVln layers, it becomes dull, drab, frecUed and browned by wind end sun, covering up the natural sUn beauty. Bat MercolUed Wax Cream wKh Hi lovely bleaching acHon on ihe slin surface will a lightful surprise. New slin beauty re- satH with a soft glowing freshness and radiance- Use only as directed. Suolite AstrUgeftt subdues the prominence of premature tines and wrinkles, giving a feeling of temporary firmness to outer layer of skin. Refreshes, aid re- movesexcesssurfaceoil- Usedaily. Cmnetlc Cmuters Jaw, Sask.: Slajor ilr and Mis. 3. McSenzae. 3w specuon Before a. packed auoiecce ra the PIT eremng. IBS Bannst church nsll .Monday j the Girls' Cnoir, unoer Princess Shzaoeih attended a chanty bail at the hotel TVednsscav End danced reost I J leaaersmp of Mrs. Gladstone Vir- rue. assisted by Mrs. W. Macleod, presented an impressive and ce- i lighrful program of old-fashioned songs in an old-iasmoned setting, i Tee giris -srere gaily atured m ouarat anc colorful costumes, some dating bac> the loBO's. and de- Hgted me .large ana appreciative. oipeg. All are guests at tee Marquis Sir and Mrs. C. C. Fatchiug are for Deer to at- Hazlett. Mr. and Mrs, Del- bert'patcning will also attend the Leihbndge. Engagements Announced Zvlrs. Dons Jensen of Calgary, formerly of Kayraond. announces -36 dodora Scrfed the PaimoITvs Plan on 1285 is acanoa. 1411 Caaa- TffOUJCS fj 3HZE tjpfS die Palssolive Plaa in thrir O'sra honies. Two out cf three of all those women reported sLin iroprovemeats is proof :hit the Plis OPEN-OUT FROCK audience with cue performance. The program opciiea witn a group of springtime numbers presented by Betty Jinn and Jean. Miers, Ver- na Census and ilavjs Eciaonds; a "tine Shorn, and colored nrnarelias, singing amiost; a. shower i of violets, Tms group was com- pleted oy a cues oy Marqueriie ilieis Gwyn Daniel ana was enthusiastically received, The seconc. group consisted of reacmas tiiona ana a tno fay Elinor" Krey, Jay nalos, and Dorotnv Pennmgton. The third group was typically oic fashionec, iricluome chorus num- i bers witc solos bj Pai, Masson ana A -in Shont; and soio numbers witn j Eonme Niles, Carol Virtue, Ann Shortt with Ivv Kaiobs as Little Old Ladv and Jewell Marshall as the ladv's maid. -Final number in this group was z. solo by Jean Miers. i Ths proeram was condudea witn two twilignt, numbers with Miss Dons Miller, soloist, and a chorus June Shortt as soloist. For Mother's Day A New Hat From our marvellous stock, Or a New Handbag Of Black Corday or Smooth Willow Calf And We Have Exquisite Hankies Priced from 20c to each MARIE-LOUISE Fourth Avenue S. Rear of Dean's loveli- ness to jou too! HERFS AU YOU DO! yocr face three 2. cay with Soap ind, ir-x, -ssith fece-doth massage Padpoliv-'s beautify, j ing larher 1210 yosr ert'a J 60 stands. K T0t.r sksa :s use josi yocr tips to raassage in Pziniolive's lovelf sofr larhcr. case inds lowed by pal dir. Thii'i aS: PALMOLIVE {fves you these complexion benefits LESS OIUNESS LESS "DRYNESS RNER TEXTURE FEWER BLEMISHES o "When the temperature soars, tne button-front "open-out" dress is a real paj Pattern 4549 stsreaos flat for easy irorar.g. Choice of short, three-ouarter. or cap sleeves. Pattern 4549 comes an sizes 16, 13. 20: 32. 34. 35. 38. 40. 42. Size 16 requires 3 yards fabnc Sena 20 cents co Th3 Lethoncge Herald, Pattern Dept., for each pat- tern. Two weeks' time should be allowed for pattern to reach you Use This Coupon, Print. Your Name ar.d Address Plainly. To: The Herald, Pattern DPIU. Lethbridge, AHa, Pattern 4549. Size----- FLOWER MIST Use >t every shower after bc'h to sicy fiov-e-fresn Jr.roughout l.-.e dav. WRIFIY BATH SIZE >ame Address BLUE HUWER MIST uo A. M. Sutherland Drug Co. Marquis Corner MAYFAIR VOGUE'S SUGGESTIONS Something extra-special for that extra-special mother? Find it here, at the store that knows mother's own taste in everything from dresses to hankies. Cos- tume-complementing is a specialty of ours and mother herself depends on our advice in selecting her own accessories! Come in today and find the gift for her. Here Are a Few of Our Suggestions: plastic, alligator. to size 46. PANTIES-Rayon, knit or satin, some oversizes. sizes or half sizes. SILK lovely! all sizes. ideal gift. may be the thing she really wants. All available at Lethbridge's Fashionable Store May fair Vogue Ltd. GUARD AGAINST FOOT ILLS our famous DR. LOCKE SHOES Tired, aching feet are nature's warning you are breaking down the architecture" of the foot. Guard against this -with Dr. Locke designed to relieve foot misery by helping you. to -walk -without sirain. Ler our experienced fitters select a. smart Dr. Locke for you now. Next to Metropolitan Fifth Street S. for breakfast mean smiles for breakfast. Those sparkling eyes and firm white teeth are the result of good nourishing Shreddies are nourishing, as well as swell-tasting. They are whole best food, with a flavour that brings the erin that says Hare Shreddies for breakfast tomorrow; WITH SO OP! Crisp Shreddies mike arjv soup lasie better, wiih (heir malty, saiiy, flavour. Thick soup or consomme, go equally -well with these cranchy little morsels dropped in Try them for lunch tomorrow. 'ShnJdia a a rtgxtered ttadt-mark ou-xeJ in Canada by THE CANADIAN SHREDDED WHEAT COMPANY, LIMITED NIAGARA FALLS, CANADA IV ;