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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD SATURDAY, KAY 11, 1946 MILADI I "Mothers Day" Brings Special Treat To Local Woman Phone Editor Women AROUND THE WORLD MOTHER w.B..3a vou. dear iSother. tiea'sroae te "When be yo_ to With jour jseart of pare sole; A. lifetisie of Icie a: usy Beei laid; God ever Personals... On Fndsv afternoon anc Mrs. G. H! Stames a lew fnencs at ani tsry Penn- eriy Mrs. D. S. end caugh- -e- M'ss Bettr. were Tacer visitors Friday. Mr H. K. CSTSCG. raese, her csv at Calgarj 02. a May IS her soc, Mr. cnapt- Sorority Motser's Day aftemoce. er of tne B-ts s entertan at a tes, me henie of TTetea. Mr HsAerc -a ho has been of is visiting -n tne c-tv Dr. George G. m Park hsve i Mrs. S. Brjsn returned to the ctty June Lawson, to be the I cnlv fully Qualified woman sanitary inspector in Canada. oeea recommendtrd bv the Winnipeg civic mnuttee for promotion to! Staff nhoto; Herald Viscountess Alexander, wile of tiie soiernor-generaL has ac- cepted the position of Lacy p-esioent of the XUrssg DITI- s-ors cf :lie St. John's Am- bulazice Brigade for Canada, u anaosisced at Ottawa Rs- Producer Ya-jghan PauX 32. former husband of Winnipeg- bom smger, Deanna Durbm. was marned at Las Vegas. Cahf, Wed- nesdav :o Miss 3shna A. Hig- 23-year-old Louis nurse he met oa Guam cursng the war. wasn't Edgar Bergen's len- a tray raised a lustv wail is the matermtv sec- tion of a Hollywood hospital Tfcurs- cay night. Mrs. Bergen, the form- er Frances Westerman. gave birtn to a girL An interpretative dance, embrac- ing the thougnts anG ways of Canadian people from the Arcue soaces to the Gaelic-speaking High- lanes ci Scotia, is the ambi- tion of Cvnthia Barrett, Toroato- born dancer. Mrs. C. citv -cay after -o ner mother. Mrs H, J i past week m Ca-garr, a Gordon of Caii: Ths social took rslacr o- iS'jrs- csv ana tms afternoons sri me orecsecm; Mcsdsy. These tie nsstess Thtirscay afemoan includes Mrs. M. E. Cnnstensen, Xrs. H. G Long, Mrs. D. H. Stcn, Mrs. Free Mrs. A. S. Furtertcn. Miss_ Photo by Clarice: Eerald. Engravuig PicHired here are Mr. and Mrs Donald Neden who were married April 26 at St. Mary's church. Rev. R. VF Cowaa officiating a; the eiecisg ceremony. The bride "a as rrserl Nurses Get Rfl. Twenty-one graduate nurses from Lethbridge and district been i as having been successful in 1 passes the April. 1S46, Blistered .Nurses' examinations and mill be granted certificates. s The nurses include the following: I Margaret Esleea Williams, Medicine j Hat: Hilda May holm, both receiving honors; Norah Madeline Buttersnck, Nenuscam; iMary Jeanette Dole. High River; Margaret Donaldson, Lethbridge; IRose Dow, Claresholsa; Margaret Ruth Forrest, High Rner; Geral- cme Bernice Frache, L-ethbndge; Olinda Eeanora Frasch. Medicine Hat; Jean Eraser. Medi- cine Hat; Mrs. Eielya Catherine Earsen. Medicine Hat; Esther Eeanor Hewitt. Pirscher Creek; Mane Barbara Schaler; Maude Elizabeth Mitchell, Beaver Mines; Marguerite Manon McAUs- ter, Claresholm: Mrs. G..W. Mc- Eiroy. Lethbridge; Jean Madeline McTHena. Lethbridge; Ernestine Wentworth Robinson, HUlcrest; Norma. Eugenia Snell. Barons: Mar- garet Eizabe'n Tucker. Pincher Creek. Kathleen Witts, MUk River. Gladys Margaret Morns, Pincher Creek, passed, the examination in obstetrics, gynecology and urinaly- sis. forrserlv Miss Doris Lee, daughter r II f Mrs. i_ 3. Xnowitoru Mrs. S, en. Mrs. H. O. Steed, C. Mr. arid Mrs. Jamas and daughters. Dor.ris ana Veres. fnencs fit1 relatives :n me city. During the week the Misses Myrtls tsiifjs Proctor enter- tained at bncge. ig Margaret Matthews, who is leaving in tne near for Srg- land- Prizes were won by Mrs. H. Bambnck and Miss Ann Falis. The guest of honor received a gift from ter hastesEes- Mrs. Milton Wray to the evenine atter na" s. noidav --.sting :n_ Van- coirrer, 3- C, Seattle, asn. of standee woman In Canada for sued 1 it was announced here today. An- 1 A letter from tne chib said it Miner for her work of Mrs. X. HsZ wnp 2_ m nosoitsi, be olessec to know that she is now t Mr. and Mrs. Geor g; of city anncunce I ment of their second c ____the staff nan Ford, to Mr. George Do o' Gal; hosa.t5i entertained of Lethbndge The weccmg at Nurses' Heine at a. bridal take place in june. SHOWS" 1 o J ctnv vrthage, bride-eject of icis month. The stress of honor receiv- ed a cosnbjnec. sift from those rses- er-t. Miss Frances E. Wilhs anc Miss G Ecus served tne -Willie's Lie Detector who s Reflection !th his prized "lie-detector." Sunday is "Mother's Concluding the program wdl be hare oeeoma commerciahzec i the pJay. "Five for Bad. not neces- :owns a musical program been "arranged. i geles by Jennifer Bruce Gould, 20, j honored Mrs. j daughter of acton Xigel Bruce. m wild life propagation and for to carry on the wild life Mother's Day will be a quiet one J sanctuary, Jounced by her husband WAS CONTACT 3IAX Mis. C. C. Hammoti wss_ Tjsiior in. the city from iaser. Mr. and Mrs. 3. J. Chiswici. who m the citr to attend, tae wea- raece. Miss Audrey Crcswick on Saxarday naa Friday eveamg, left jig to return, Caigary. Mr and Mrs. W. B Anderson are leavmg today tor to at- tend the erad-janon, frtsn t2__________ hospital school of o; it. and Mrs. C cf their clsasnter alas Lois Anaer- Of Visiting in the c.ty from Piapot, Sast, Mr. and. H. D. Forrester are guests at the Sfertrois. Mr. and 3ers. Don Madcay, of Ca3gary, are nstscE in ths Tie Ht. Hev. H. H. BESg, Bishop of Calgary, wHi be- a -nstar m Leihbringe" OIL Mondav to "Sie Diamond" JuaSee JraziQUS'' of St. AugustiE.'s churca being held-as ibs Mazers Hotel that evening. Mrs. "WETne Gcrcca is E in the city from Grsssy 3jaks. Medicms Has visitors 21 the cfty induce Mr. and Mrs. Say Newman. Carson, mother of Children's Doll Prams AH metal construction the reccgn-tion on that day ihe-r sons ana daughters. A motn- er's love for her child is said to be ths truest love tnere is because it is. or should be, an unselfish love: grnrg without thougnt of re- turn- There times when it flowers on the altar of i costs mctnsrs more to witnnolc than church fonaea the give, iz is far me child's good. >C2v afternoon for Her sacrtfices on benalf of her chJ- couaie ring "ceremony whicn j dren are prompted by love, and Weddings for 93-year-old Mrs. Martha Tru- 1904, "whi son on Monday ntgnt- iErs. J. 3. Mcrrsy are leavmE Sunncay fcr Vancouver_____ Triere" thev will visit the formers j mother. Mrs. J. 3. Murray, ther -wd Jeave for Pslo Alto. Caii- wnere diey be guests LesLe L- Grant ofncated at _tne three o'clock service. weccinz music was by Her. Victor Snuth witn Afiss 232a Flndiay as _ r daughter gin Lt- Mrs. Basil Mr. S. G Bradley who has been viating in Sdciointb for the past at tbe hcsne of I_t-CoL and Mrs. H. S. Stemes. returned to the csiy Friday "bv Engagements Announced... Mr. and Mrs. O. G. of j New Dayton aaso'Jsce the engage- oas" fi2 so. marriage bv her father the nnde chose a gown of tradi- tional ivory and a finger-no veil neld place by two She earned a coiDmal boucuet o- mized flowers. The_niaid ot nonpr was IXirotDy -rooss and tse bndal attendants were, the fences sister. Miss Thelma Cfcswick. ana Yerna 3ames, sister Little ____ was the flower girL groom was suaported oy ms orother. Mr. >faT 3ames. usters wera Mr. B. Barr and Mr. X. _ A rscection was nelc at tne come of the bnde's parents where a tnree- ner wedcutg'case centered tns an the members and friends will attend and make, tcis a suc- cess. There will DS no meeting on Mondsy, May istn, owing to ihe uanouet, at Marquis The regular meeting of VJcwaia Loaee No US, -will oe GeltT m the TJVLC-A. Monday evening, May 13tc at eignt o'cick. Save Bread To Aid Starving We have all heard that bread Is "the staff of and to niany Canadians who eat more meat anc. potatoes breaa the phrase souncs majestic, but a fait uareaL But to hosts of Europeans s sell is tterallv- the staff of life ana it is u? to all 01 125 to see they get it until their own crops can oe harvested nest falL The government announces, some tune ago the onjecave cf recucmg Canada's consumption of wheat DV 10 cent so that exuorts coula be nrooomotiately increased. The j Pooa information Committee has Tiii-; to say on the suojecn; of bread wheaz savers. Dav-old Tiead is easier To slice and msmoers of the family are less on' lifcely to eat more of it than they mother of the President, with Tided food, flowers anc candy and maybe a i telephone call f rom her son, Harry, j and gifts from her other two chld- ren. A record entrv of 350 vocalists and instrumentausts frcca ail parts of i Alberta wiE take pan in tae sistn gTiTimti Central Alberta Musical i Comoetiaon Festival which opens j ai Calgary Monday. It precedes the i Drovmnal festival in Leihbncge Mar 20-25 A grouD of Cree Indian wccaen :h, it stated, "has prc- shelter and a safety one for countless thousands of dacSs and geese each year." PBOilFIC PLATTVKIGHT TOKTO. May Mac- Arthur has cisclosed that Philip- pines President-Slect Manue! Rosas acted as his contact, man in the Philippines during the Japanese oc- cupation. Denvmg charges mace during the recent. Philippines elec- tion that Rosas was a collabora- tionist. Gen. MacArthnr said that as his agent in the islands, Mr. Roxas "rot only was instrumental in providing me with vital intelli- gence of the enemy, but was one of the prune factors m tne guerrilla movement." in the Fhn Flcsi 26 tjasrs of fur- at PakitBwagan sres have serrs tnmraed moccasins to tie national clothing collection drive Wi Beautify Your wriu Sunworthy Wallpapers Canada Paint Wallpaper Store Phone 2513 _ JT Olive Baden-Powell chief guide'cf the world. trsH be m Cal- trarv ctetcs a tour of the Dominion for -he Girl Guide Asso- A mass raDy win. be held for Scotfs Cubs, said a dinner be held tn her hoaor at 7 pm. loaves ere not obtainable- Elizabeth to Joca Fairneld Home, son. of Mrs. ?ajrf--els Hccre ana tcs FalrSeM Home of I--etnbnngE. i The wecosng: will take place in New Daytdi eariv in Jane. snaoutices the r youngest daogh- to Mr. Tom Wara- ifrs-K. gageoasn; of ter. Fay ilnrray. to Mr. Tom Ward. j Tna-x Toanssst son of Mr and Mrs. I Frans; all of Lethbridge. The wedding ts to take place June. Mr. and Mrs. J. Cherwiasii as- aounce the engagement of thsir For. Suntanning which was centered witc pink csr- naaoss flarkea by tall yellow tap- ers, Mrs. H. J. ChJswics, of gsry. aunt of tne bnde. Htid Miss Giacvs 3ames nrssidee at tne urns Recsoaon assistants Mrs Harold Fox. Miss Ins Momsoc. Miss Irene Bestwtck. lEss ilargaret ifarzaret Matlnews, "Hazel Powell ana Mrs E. I_ proposed the toast to the bnae. Kopper Karnival Planned For June 1 The 4th Kopper sponsored here by the" Sir Alexan- der Gait Chapter IXXIXHL will be a highLgns m the city Jtme 1 when a large cumber of attractive arti- cles wiH go to lucky ticket holders jjater young couple Isfi ta lor a nenny each, spena a hoceymooa m Banff. j the events wjH be Proceeds from used forthe _ f-tam: guests at tne wee- j chap'er s post-war activiaes. re Mr. and Mrs. S- J. i year fine donations have been -won the sheets asd pillow Women Missionaries For Foreign Fields TORONTO, May "Women s Missionary Society of the loaf by cutting oreaa Gunner. If j TJmted Cnurch 01 Canada an- TOU tafee a second, shce make it a i nounced Wednesday tnat women shce. Kerer remove tne crusts; I missionary workers, graauates Oi alwavs eat them. Bring the loaf I the traning school in j.orpnw. wul to the table and slice as .needed, go out into such Put the loaf on the tsbfe as tha Timiaad. Angola, West in-j last minute and return it to the J and various parts of Canaoa. hrtsad DQX as soon ss tne meal is They induce: Lillian J Tait, Vic- bread DOX as soon ss tm over to TniTi drying OTK and ise the crumns from the board. It's surprising how thsv moum; up. Make toast as neeaed. Watch tne toast and don't I toA_nca; Mabel let 15 burn. i to-ia. "B to Moss Park. Toronto; S. MacGilhvenr. New Westminster, to TnnidacI, Isabel Calre. Cal- aaa Mr. K. "Witham ihooc cbsorfaer. D. A. Raworth C.P.R. WATCH INSPECTOR dag were wics of Calgary of Canmore. Activities Here The Dormion SebeSah Lodgg Ko. 41 wiS hold a Degree practice m me X.OOF. at 8 o'clock. Sun- day evening. A ftili turnout :s re- questeo. The Lacies of the Royal Purple will nola their regular meeting in the hall on Monday. May 13, at 8 pju. sharp. receiTed oy the sponsors of the erent and r-rfs year will oe no ex- ception so the tsuolic is assured of receiving extra special value if they are luckv wita penny tickets Tickets "will be sold by_ chapter members and a booth will be es- taousned in Baton's store a week before the draw where tickets rnav also be The draws for ticket holders will be held in ihe'Beay Chevrolet Snow Koom on tne evening of June L Dramatic Class Mate open-faced sandwiches in- j daa; Bvelyn_ I. Marque, stead of tne double or tnnle decker j Saslc, to China; ins Dalv. Winni- Heplace the mam-disn peg. to ijSfceneafi mission; sanawich with a large cowl of heart Delameter, OaK River, Kan- soup or salad and a small oreaa Woocgreen To- acconiDarurasEt. Eliminate the toast -ronto, Grace Gada, Fors _Franees. MoLean, Wiampeg to Round Lake Indian school, Sask.; Edith Radley. Carroll, Man, to Africa; Jean The meeting of tnss 4ta, Letc- f brtcse 'St. Augustms) Mowgn Wolf i w cotsi tt Cub'Pack wii: be held on Mon- cav as usual. Out on Wecnesoav i On Wednesday and Thursday, May io 21 630 pjn, in the partsh May 15 and 15. the St. Patrick's tolf dramatic class is presenttng foar j one-act piays. These will com- The Faith Rebesah Lodge 93 j meace at S20 pja, in St Basil's will nald ;ts regular meeting on school auditorium. Moncav evening, Mav 13th. in The first play. is e I.O asui at 3 pjn. There will comedy, demctmg a normal fanuly's s be degree rractice after the meet- I "ups and xms is a pres- _ j. A good attendance is request- entation of the junior dramatic l eo. V-sttmg Reoekahs are welcome i class. j j The first production of the senior A "Friendly will be i May 12tii, foS0win serrtce The A.YJJ1. will be responses for the program and agers and how little they have refresnments As trus is the Dia- cnanged since grandmothers day. mond Juoilso it is noped Nexs they will present a comeay. commonly servea witn many foods. it uses up stale bread which would be wasted otherwise. often serve hreao unneces- saniy. "When meat, potatoes, vege- tables and cessers are served, tae onlv memoers of the family like- ly to need bread too are tne holiow- legged 'teen agers. Cu; out all unnecessary eating between meals. Let tne fruit bowl replace the cookie Jar. Make a "cup of tea" just a cup of zea, Won Prize At Dance The Ladies' Auxiliary to the Ca- nacuan Legion held z. successful dance in ihe Legion hall, Friday, Mar 3, at which tune Mrs Gentle- Bnogeman, Toronto; to New Den- ver, 3.C. Mother's Day Award To Mrs. Jack Miner HJNGSVILLB, Oat, May Alaska Sports and. WHo. Life Club of KetchiJeaii, Alasfca, inform- ed Mrs. Jade Miner, -endow of the famous bird sanctuary operator, 3H a Motaer's Day message thai the club has thosea most out- Sophocles wrote 113 trageoies. TEA Pantry Table and Sewing Wed., May 15 3 TO S P.M. Gas Co. Auditorium Major Jack Chapter T.O.D.E. RICH SMOOTH SATISFYING Local Girls Graduate At Edmonton By AXXE A trim, go-evervahere sundress as ihrtfty wzth as with fabric. Pattern 4754 aads a smart oolero for street, wear. Pattern sizes 14 :S 20, 32, 34, 35 38, 42 S'ze 16 sun- dress and facing yds, 29-m, bolero l-t yes. contrast. Send 20 cents to the Lethoncge Herald. Pattern for eacn pat- tern. Two weecs tur.e oe allowed lor pattern to reacn jou Use Coupon. Print, Your Name and Plainly. To: The Lethbridge Herald, Pattern Dept, Lethbridge, Alta. Pattern 4764. Sue Name Address Prompt, Efficient WATCH REPAIRS Our enlarged staff of expert are at your service. 3Iost work can be completed in only three days. Satisfaction guaranteed. Bring- your watch or clock in today. Harry Wheeler Son Kresge Bldg. Yes the same smooth goodness m every drop, because the cream 3s broken up into ttny crop- lets and mixed right through the milk, GOOD, and good for your family, children and aaults alike. 3e sure to ask for Crystal Eomegoized LIMITED 257S MISS JEAN McILVEXA MISS JAXETTE McUNTOCK Two Lethbndge girls, the ilisses Jean Mcllvena and oanette McLintock. were among those graduating from the Edmonton Gen- eral Hospital School of Nursing recently with McHvena having received the award for general proficiency given by the Alumnae Association of the hosp.tal. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earold Mcllvena Miss McLmtock is the caughter of Mr. and Mrs W s McLratock of this city. Miss Kathleen MacQuame of Barons was also a graduate of the class. REOPENING MAY 13 Being with the services during the war years, our photographic studio closed. I have now returned to civil life and will re-open the studio on May 13, when I shall be glad to see all old and new customers. JOHN DE JOURDAN De Jour dan's Studio Photographs That Please Opposite C.P.R. Depot Phone 2658 Lake Pavilion TONIGHT 9 to 12 and every Saturday Night STEVE SMEREK AND THE ROYAL ALBERTANS Admission: Gents 65c, Ladies 35c Lunch Counter and Soda Fountain Service Available ;