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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRTDGE HERALD FRIDAY, MAY MILADI Phone 4040 I! Today's Reflection and surrounding tncts are knoiffn as progressive corcmuni'ies. The pioneer c-fv fathers hac here in pro- Mcong uriQe city streets and beau- tif ul parks at Henderson Lake and in the heart cf lethbncge. Now opportuniti Is knocking: at the door 01 tne present citj to haie their xorfes blessed bj cocncg gen- j erations if they too i What finer thine could thev boild a raotrjircent "to their endeavors Dstnci arid 1 Than, a home for aged foJt? A real Wed at St. One miracle I That one I love can see a much of aea'JLty in tne csys So 'Y" Teen Club Chatter (By Pat Dimock and Betty Lou Rogers) Greetings Goons! "WeU. in sysx i At intermission time there o' "in minstrel shov and I a mad rush for tiie Conga g'oorcv predictions of oar "pessi-1 co: that the fads are little mists." the Saturday night dance i bat there iras a ru-nor that there was a huge fact, even 1 was a shortage of tae -egular ardent fans were sur- i The crowd mixed extra and the turnout i belieie K or not. we seem to have i_------------------------------------------1 abonshec tae sraaU cliques there u_ed to be In the absence of regular M.C.. the dance was kept going unser the capable di- recticn of nis sister. Biddy Patey. i If there are sail a few teen- sgers -a ho nave not attended j sessions. Saturday, May 11 is jour 3 one big cnanee! This meek tre've really got things hopping, for m-i Women Cities mach smaller tnan this one AROUND accospkshed rat here' THE WORLD So I askec. a She 5 front s then ToaTI see I can Peach. ancluded. wiH have Personals Then we'll all travel ap to the The Duchess of Sichmond, Caua- some >our own eats) and hike to I lifting" of governmental subsidies. mentioned by K. W. Taylor, prices co-ordmator of the prices board, who said the board was m- lestigatisg all pnce laereases. -We thai, is supplies get more adequate, paces mil ease he said. former! v on the staff 01 a------. the grac-j iianns class of the Vancouver Ges-1 eral hospital T 3Irs. Geerse A. Kace was a bridg" everts when ?Vw wao is urses' home recently ar s farewell E. J Kipp. of nursas of Mr and Mrs. Kenrv SUert 5 of Milk Rr.er. Mr. arc Mrs. ESler: be Edmonton. and Mrs Houey of Crossfield. Miss Manon McDonald and E. R- Ctasgg I Caracisa Legion. of Claresholm. Mr and Mrs. Cnusg and Mrs Geo Varchoor of Social CXta-ara ssarkled IVednes- dav uncer the Goverror-Ge; countess Alexander as the Victon ball of the Ottawra branch of tee gyci fioor one really good dance. The Cataphrygiaas of the second oenturv baptized iheir dead. Bren babies will feel cunaiintent. planned a special coor prae. and that are hereto untried. J Here's the layout: meet, at the Don't Forget MOTHER'S DAY May 12th We have just the card for that occasion. A. E Cross Son Third Avenue Sooth A Complete Stock of CONVERTIBLE STROLLERS PRAMS, CRIBS, PLAY PENS, BATHINETTES, HIGHCHAIRS month, lei; todsy to IO-E Mr. White gmsii son Sonnie. returnsd thKr new home at Crannrook. city Thursdav evening B.C. 'having spent several days Mr. and Mrs K J in the from C :nced ihe nsip-j -yhich place tnis afternoon i af Mrs-. ___ ___ Cal-j j. OTmEO ana Mss Sorma earv visiting his daughter anc son- Granum. are _ ij-ia-K-. Mr. anc Mrs William Me- arv snc. at- s T_eoc. Brown Courtnej On Ssturcai. May 4. the Hev W. Hamilton and i Francis R. James united m mar- Ladj Guice. Saden PofreU. Chief Girl' be greeted by Girl Droops and Dnps" dance (strictly hard-, So' VJUil.tr. TAiii Ut Guides. Cubs and Brownies when j cruliuns! Yonder we Farewell Mrs J- left Thiirsdsr eve- ning for Mec-cine Hat wnere she will visit witn her sisters. j cav to oe ana Mrs 3 Wes-ergard at Meeting she soes to Soroonton :or Mrs. F W Gow return to the city tms evening after hanng scent j am Mrs. "W T. Coo-c'resumed to the i city Wesnssday from Vancouver she attendee tee graauaaon i Creek. ng- the out-of-town guests attendea tne this coort of Mr. Halph Bames ana iliss Audrev Chismck -seas ISr Kor- whicsam of Canmore. 3C. Engagements Annoimced... Mr. and Mrs T. Pavan of Coal- GurK arznoaace the engageraeni; of cneir daughter, ilary, to Mr. Aa- crew Laurence Sllchack, Mr Qnd Krs. j place May 23, H. 'SkoT. Ther are arencing Queen's TTcrrersuy and have gone The engagement; is annoancefi o- on to Edmonton for a siort nmf Margaret ShzabeA. ordy daughter of Mrs. Noble of HIKQ Biver and the late Mr W. J Noble, to Mr. Henrv jLa-srson of Calgary, son of Mrs Alex Lvnch of Shelby, Mont., arrived in the city Thurscay and Js the sniest of ner sister. Mrs C. Hisebcks. is also mother, Mrs. S 5L her E .b.w i tne house ?uest of Mr. i' -_ if y- and Mrs. 1 Mr. V. Laursen of Copennagen, ner Tjarents. Miss "Wiliiarnson. arrived in Taber recently from the university of Alberta. Samoston, to spend "c months with her parents, Mr. and Mrs S. WUliamson. former Xetn- bncHS residents Wilhamson will "be attending summer scnool at the university. m Members of the studenr body of Gait ncstatai entertained at the Deamars. the late Mis. Latir- sen. marriaae isili on June 7 zz Eign. Hiver united church. Mr. and Mrs. P. Chapman of High Hiver announce the engagement; of their elder oaagnter, Eileen Muriel, to Mr. Kenneth Brertelle "Wright, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Wright of High Hwer The mamage plase St. Benedicts Activities Here Members of Faith Rebekah Lodge are asked to nlease bring in. all stubs for the rug and bag to the sale on Saturday afternoon. They are also reminded of tee voluntary pantry table ana white elephant Ladies Open Season At Lake Golf Club A __ MOTHER Gleaming Jewelry That You Will Be Proud to Give "We've assembled a fine array of exquisite gifts for Mother on her day from precious gems to sparkling pieces of costume jewelry Remembrances that Trill fittingly express your sentiments. LOVELY EARRINGS -LOCKETS AND PENDANTS LUSTROUS PEARLS A WIDE ASSORTMENT OF RINGS BEAUTIFUL WATCHES Harry Wheeler Son Jewelers KRESGE BUILDING church. River, on Saturday, June 1, at 5-30 pjn. Weddings GEAM3M (HKS) Edna Ma- non, fourth daughter of Mr. and Henrv lane of Granurc. oe- j ____ tee onde of Donald Patncfc Gillan, eldest, son of tne late Dr. and Mrs. J. Gillan of Tork. at Crescent neignts church m Calgary oe April 27. Rev. J. V HoTirey officiated. Given in mamage oy her fath- er, tne once entered the church to tne strains of the wedding march played by Miss Lorrain Syme and 1 lovely in an afternoon gaism of blue oreoe TSJlii trhite accessories and s. corsage of trfute gardenias and red rosebuds. M4g Mane Mc- Donald maid of honor ana Miss ESnora ILang. sister of tne oride. bridesmaid. Ralph Boul- ter attended the groom. narry Perkins, brotaer-in-law of the .bride, inhered. During the signing of the register. Miss Orlene Fleming sang, accompanied by SQss Myrle Flerc- I mg. FoHowmg the ceremony a recep- 1 tion tras held in the Yorfc hotel 1 The table vras decorated spring i flowers and lignted pink tapers i flanked the three-tier -wedding cake. Kev. Howey proposed the toast to The golf season iras opened suc- cessfuliv by the .tames of the Hen- derson Goif Club on Wednes- cav afternoon with approaraately 40 "members present A hicoen carmsr compenaoE tras held Mrs. Wrc. Hea and Mrs. S. Robinson lovr net. and Mrs P. Jenkins and Mrs. R. Ksher, high net. A profusion of spring flowers and Dlar.Ls made attracave setnnj house for the tea hour. cai o2icer in istry. said in paracoxacal as Sntish health interview tnat. it mav seem, brought better health to Britain. Hester, 12-j ear-old Ed- monton girl piano stucent, at Sfi- monton's cistnct musical festival on Consumers Branch Faces Heaviest Task Get All Your Paint Requirements AT THE Canada Paint and Wallpaper Store Canada Paint Wallpaper Store Phone 2513 TORONTO. May con- sumers branch or the prices board is the only Cardan or- ganization year after to face its heavi- est program, Byrne Hope Sanders. dian Pacific Steamships liner, returned to its owcers TfcursdaT by the British ministry of transport. Thursday was awarded 100 marks director of the board's consumer i for a perfect score in the years musical ear test. Slim and Cool the bride. Mr and Mrs Gillaa will their home in Calgary for the pres- ent. Out-of-town guests were Rev. The lace-covered tea table, centred with 3. bouauet of lilac and tulips, was tsresiced over by Mrs S Gus- tafson immediate past prescient, and Mrs. Wm. Sea, wue of the ciub president- Individual tea tables were minngly centred tTith tolips ana spires, "ilemoers of tne executive acted as nostesses. and lea. arrange- ments were hanolsd oy Mrs A- "Walton and tne nouse committee. A nresentation was made to Mrs S. Gustafson by Mrs Wm. Eea on benaif of tae past executive. New members were extended s. welcome by tne presicent, Mrs P. Jenkins, wno assured evervone that a full program has been plannea for the 1943 season. REVEALING FACTS REG4KDIXG BIRTHS LONDON, Mav One out of every four first babies born in England and Wales is con- ceived outsice marriage ana 40 per cent of all girls under 20 are preg- nant on their wedding cay, Dr. David Mace, of the marriage guid- ance council, told the general as-. semoly of tne Presbyterian church j Tuesday night. branch. Wednesday told housewives j attending 3. conference of the cen- tral Ontario consumer branch com- J mirtee, The fight against blaci markets i "is one of the oiggest nroblems the board faces." Ssncers said.' "But witn tae help of the Royal i Canadian Mounted Police and the thousands of houseinves across the country who are keeping cneck on. CLARKE PHOTO Let us capture you as you really are with a. personality photograph that will win compliments from all sides. an appointment now. You'll Be Tour Xitnral Self in a Photographs Clarke Studio Downstairs, McFarland Phone 2010 PERMANENT WAVES Walk Upstairs and Save Such a flattering style. Pattern 4311; slender princess panels, cool wing sleeves cainty scallop turn. Easy sewing i just long straight seams wits no sieeves to set in! Pattern 4511 comes in sizes 32. 34. 36. 38, 40, 42, 44. 48. 48, 50, 52. Size 35 dress yards 35-mch. Send 20 cents to The Lethbndge Herald, Pattern Dept- for each pat- tern. Two weeks' tune shcrjld be allowed for pattern to reach you. Use This Coaaon. Print Your Name and Address Plainly. To: The tethbridse Pattern Dept, tethbnflge, Alta. Pattern Siie..... Address No Appointments Necessary Budget Beauty Shop Above McKelvie's 5th St. S. Phone 2250 BEFORE OXYDOL I AFTER OXYDOL I CERTAINLY WISH I COULD GET MY WASH AS WHITE AS MRS. TAYLOR'S. WONDER IF SHE BLEACHED Timely Suggestions For MOCCASIN SLIPPERS WHITE, BLUE, TAN AND WINE CORDUROY SLIPPERS RED AND WINE jUSt PLASTIC SANDALS SIZES 4 AND 9 MEN'S WHITE SHOES PERFORATED VAMP FOR SUMMER Just BON TON SHOE STORE Fourth Avenue S. YOUR WASH is NOT A PARTICLE! WOKLP'S THIS WEEK! PIP YOU BLEACH IT? THINGS WHITE WITHOUT BLEACHING! SEE FOR OXYDOL WASHES CLOTHES so CLEAN-THEY'RE WHITE WITHOUT BLEACHING! JiVEN grimiest clothes are no problem Oxydol on the job. For Oxydol's lively "Hustle-Bubble" sads lift out dirt thzt less ictiTC soaps almost inviriibly leave behind. Actual tests proTe that Oxydol washes clothes clfiner and whiter than these other conld fit hope to do. And al! your white things, except for down- right staios, so clean they're Without Bleaching. Yet Oxydol is really safe for wash colors and them bright and gay as spring flowers. compliments on wash day- get Oiydol and see even your grimiest clothes come White Without Bleaching. Made in Caaacia Q WASHABLE COLORS AND O, O ;