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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBBIDGE HEHAU5 MONDAY, MAY MILADI Phone 4040 a TBEES presentee-----__ frois the -riencs. anc Mrs. A- iVatfon. Macleod Pioneers Diamond Wedding, 1 Macleod tjioneers. Mr. and Mrs.! 1 James B. Moore, celebrated their! djssxcnc wedding jubilee at Calgary on May 3 where they hate been re- siding "for a number of years. Mrs. Moore was the nrst wmte girl in, _. Macleod to rasrry a "Mountie.- Mr.! The i Moore :s a veteran of the Kiel Ke- Women AROUND THE WORLD is so much is budding teees, Nev lie, new hope, neur ways; Eelp ine to oe Jiae one o- these besuafy by Personals... srnvec Sxicav zuzs; and: at a luncheon there to- Monday, atcended by Ginsel and vchznteeree for ran the m 1S35. Both are natives of Ireland. After 13 years-ai-h the "Moanties" -ivisr-if Vsore- Mr. Moore went fanning and rasch- -wi C.-V sf- inj: in the Macleod district gave in Cal- 'it ut> after severs! dry >ears and tSTlrxiest o; her mere, Mrs. then .wined the staff of tbe return Mrs. J Rrss Grest "War SEC sinUxtKL isams overseas. On ius se land Mrs- Msore moved to Caigary Saturday af-er havms s All their children were bom in fe-sr cays "in tr.e city. ami the seven livms pre: entities c: Holers Tucson. Chauncv Old1-. ouees. accompanied by one- the Princesses ECoabeth see ifarssret be present Ic- the third successive jear a, the annual empire loata serrce in May 19. St. Michael's to Mark Hospital Day By Gift to Baby Born Here Some 1S45 baby is going to be SaP richer on "Wednesday evening. Msy 12 was the anniversary of the birth of Florence Nightingale, the f-isned initiator of modem which brought many visitors daring she A. special feature of the occasion will be tbe homecoming of babies bom in the- hospital during lS4j. tai and cuing to the shortage of siaS. St. iiienaels hospital here ance of the occa Jeannette Maeponald. js actress and smcer. ar- s Jurxe 20 :cr a series Ui concerts in England Sco'-Zana. and Ireland, mclucms one al Loncons tamous Won Competition S. Johnston ana Mrs were winners cf the low net score the goring -he Henderson JLak? course ctimis the official opening activi- given a ticket which, will en- them to a chance to win a S5C a- Dtze- at. a drawing mhieh will taie sion May place at Wednesday afternosa- dTCm common with tisoasaacs Hospitals are coming w> a in Causes and! larger place each year in Caaaca- boare of director and the j health program, ana St. Michaels Ge-ieral bos- 1 directors and staS are anxious tnst v" a: to tse several ihe BUfeUc come on Wedaescay irhsn j eren: i a tour of the instiRition mil be pss- for Goodness sake- fry Red Rose! REPRQSE "is good tea" c 2 to 4 vihich initiated Jast jear and'sible. Grace Gertmde Gya- Thoscas and Eleenor Scholarship Winner t Tod >s Reflection i ________ snc ?h Mr. sac Mrs. J. a arrived 5n tne c-ty by plane Saaoay siara- G S: rf Hirer irsg frcm Sudo'-iry, are soensmj a in tse the ffuests cf tue latter's .-_ its.'TS'. It ihev resice. i vttec. ccngregation are cardially in- Manitoaa 5Tederation of Home a branch of the inmion-w-cs movement of parent 1 and teacher srouos. has adoptee, a rk Jones are former residents oJgh F-vsr. Medicine Eat, Lethbncge Mr. si Sodbury. Engagements o o Announced >nr and Queen and ihe Sizabeth and Margaret The regamr meeting of Chanter Xo. 7._OSS, early ______ _._ to TjsTTrsn of F5ett- Covers-orere sr-I of her i ranged for eight, younaest carter, HUeen enioved later formerly of Ccrmangsy, to Mr Norton, son of tne Ista Mrs. J- Kellis of Ser-na p. Norton of Arroiir- The marriase take place in Central United'churcn, Calgary. June 3. tad Saskatoon were dcrinsr the the guests of Mrs. C7 "W "Viss Ijeola fnends si the tes iiotn- con- Mr 35izabeth McKillop Chapter will hold a special meeting at the home of Kiss Mar- garet Parsons, 1419 5th. Are. N-. or. Tuesday, Msy 14. at; 8 _A2 metnbers are requested to attend. Queen Marv Suncay otJesed a Garden cf Hememcrance com- memoranrj? the fortiude of the people of X.ondon curing: the_re- war in the churcnyarc o- the bomb-gutted St. James- chinch on PiccadiHy. iliss Karen AseSson, daughter of Mr and Mrs. 3 C. Axelson of was winner of the S30 award at the Provin- Institute of Technology and Local Brownies And Guides At Calgary Weddings A Isrss number of Lethbridae Art -n Calgary recently The and Brownies left this is given for outstanding work dur- calsarv to attend a ing the year. Miss Axelson is con- Bacen- tinuing her studies at the art Guide of the world i school in Caleary until the end of of founder of the term at the latter part of this scouting "and Guiding will be pres- 1 wnen sne will return to t These from St. PatncE's coin-! cge for tne summer. Marguerite light- bound. Ethel Kodzmyak, Anne j rights prc- AID iiErtha Gaetz, Jean Babu- f or ecual i KEPOBT FOR AFRIL Yictorm Babinck, Siirley Ann in all fislcs ail over Jt 'as oruiet at the CJ'Jt. station Tiosg Kovaeh. Delores laid Before the i through the month of April, though YanosiX Bthel Parfitt. Hose Marie i 'nations commission on j an increase of travellers was seen Elaine Sruchet, Rita Co- i its Tuesdav when the sub- during the Saster weekend. j Phyllis Deimuth. Evelyn Dei- j i on tae "states 01 womrn j Quite a number or guests stayed muth, Jean Prassr, Mona work of iTS first ses- at the horns during the month. A {Bose Mane Sawchuk, Beatrice j Tors. free bed and two meals were given Sawchuk. Theresa Hales, Xaame i ___________1 Oae woman traveller. Twenty-sue Pascal, Doreen Greenhalga. Bosa- ----------------------------i people were helped at the station j rcund Irving. Prances D J Oliver and Mr. t and" 142 trains were met. juacijuiiaiu- jV Two hundred buses were mec and Mrs- V of Stavely was 47 persons were given assistance, soloist curing the signing of the j The work Tne IT'S HERE GREEN CROSS D.D.T. HOUSEHOLD SPRAY Canada Paint Wallpaper Store Phone 2513 Lemon solemcizeti A qdei of the United cliarch on Sat 11, Gred" HoseDa Letaon. daiigiiter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. became ihe iiride of Oesn CampbeH. tbe of Mr. sun jlis. Jarass M. Campbell of Starelr. The bride Tvo-e'a rwj-piece street of Queen's blue crepe -KiSi raatch.- iGg acesssones and a corsage of pini rosebuds- The couple was t5aat- tencea aad the groom's father End mother acted as -wisaesses. Bev. Leona Zasadny. Mary Szakaly, McDonald, Sharon .nowe, Patsy Irvine, Ixsretta Pemma, Theresa Marie Petruaia, Patsy J. Collect; performed the ceremony. PoUovin? their mamage they left 02 a -Redding tno to Banff. On uheir remm they reside en the groom's farm near Stareiy. Mrs. CamobeH recerLtiy s. mem- register. A 'was iiela at trie come of Mr. ana Mrs. 3- S. Chapnsn. afte- -wlnciJ. the bride and bnae- grootn left for a. honeymoon as Great Palis, Montana. Out-of-town guests included Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Watt. Mr. and. Mrs. Vera Ancsrson, Mr. and Mrs. Scott and Mr. E. Overanc. all of j Stavely: Mr. and Mrs. M. Jeritins. "WiHiara. Brown, Mr. "Wluiain Doads Mr. and Mrs. CooksiiawT H. Bell, and Miss Martha Gawn. Claresaoim; Mr. and Mrs. H, Clifford, High Siver. ARRIVES Sidney "Withani. ande fros; overseas, arrived in Lethondge on Sundav accompanied by her band who met her at Medicine n "Sr" I Itchiig, Burning, Stingiig Eczema or Sail Khein ber of the teaching staff of the The literature department of the Club will meet at tae honie of Mrs. C. Geiger, 5tii Ave. A, South, on Tuesday afternoon at 3 i The regtuar monthly meeting of of St. Andrew's will i meet at thf home of Mrs. J. McMas- ter. 915 10th St- S, Tuesday after- noon at 3 o'clock. All memoers of Colorful WOODEN LAWN FURNITURE Chairs, Tablet, Swings Easy-to-make Dress schooL the salads (MA Slaw Coijlrine 4 cops finely shredded cabbage- 1 guma pepper cut in strips, 1 sweet red pepper cnt in strips, few drops onion juice, 1 teaspoon sail, 1 tablespoon sugar, dash pepper. Mix 5 nzsjozxnaise 2 tablespoons Heinz TTbite Vinegar. Pour onercabbace-Mbc-weH. j Serve in lettnce cops or salad boitl. ScrresS. For soiod injw- cnce choose the best vinegcr you can buy, jast as you choose the best fruits, and vegetables. That's the way to pro- tect end enhance flavour. Buchanan Wood A of interest; to Alber- tans toot nlace in Central United N.B., on. Msy 1. ilary Genera, ocly danghter a1 Mr Ciavtoa "Wood p'pfl uis late Mrs. "Wood of Oxford, N.3.. iras in marriage to Mr. Hoberi Earl Buchanan, eldest son of In- spector and Mrs. "W. E- Buchanan, Moncton, formerly of Cal- gary- ISev. G-. P. rbrsey performed iJje'cerejnony. the past four years the oriae has been. z. meaoer of the mer- chandise office staff cf the T. Satoa Mantaiaes, The bride- sroom, recently discharged after vears" service the has been an employee of Trans-Can- ada Aarlaes at Moncton. Mr. and Mis Buchanan Till re- side in Calgary. MaeDonalti Mirer 2nna Hooe. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eooe Oliver of ClaresaoliQ, married to Mr. Denial John MacDonald. son of Mr. and Mrs. j MacTXmaia of Stsvely. on May 4 at St. Paul's church cere Bev. Taoiaas Powell o2i- oated at the pvenicg ceremony. The briae vore an sitemoon frock in a paia pmk shade, with black accessories. She at- tended by MJSE Ztoris E. Gnndie of Edmonton. Best ram -KUS Mr. A. MacDonald. Guests were 'jshered to their They will reside as 210 I9tn St. 25. Eciema, or salt rheuin as it is consmoaly called, is one of the most paiEiul of aH skin The intense burning. Itching and smarting, espe- c5s3Iv at Eight, or whea the part is exposed to or the hands placed in hot -water are most un- M bearable, and relief is gladly welcomed. The relief offered by Burdock Blood Birters is based on the knowledge that such stlmeats as eczema, and other skin troubles, are caused fay an inmnre Wood condition. _ _ _, Bring aboot inner cleanliness by B. B. B. to hdp cleanse the blood of its imparities. Aek any drug counter for B. B. B. Race The T. HSbina lisatwiL Toeoate, Ont Board of Directors and the Sisters of St. Martha of St. Michael's Hospital Extend a Cordial Invitation to the Public to be Their Guests on Wednesday 2 to 4 p.m. All visitors shall be conducted on an inspection tour of the hospital and shall be the guests of the Sisters and the Hospital Ladies Auxiliary at an afternoon tea. LANTIGEN LANTIGEN LANTIGEN LANTIGEN LANTIGEN LANTICEN A Treatment For Arthritic Rheumatic WhitisLAHTieEN? Laatigen is prepared in a licensed laboratory in Lantigea is not a. patent medicine but is a vaccine in a dissolved state. Waea. taken it stimulates the system to create re- sistance against disease. It acts first by local absorp- tion by the mncons mem- brane principally lining the nose, the throat, and the intestinal tract, and it is further operative by means of its distribution through the system; SCIATICA, LUMBAGO, SPCOODYIJTIS, HBROsrns, NEfcTons AND OTHER GERM-CAUSED KHEtJMATIC DISORDERS A Dissolved Vaccine to be Uken by 901th 1 Here's our model of Pattern 4757 features good looks, and easy ironing A surplice tnat fits became eace is straight cut, with the grair. presents siretchrr.g. j j Pattern 4757 comes in sizes 14, j :6, 18. 20; 32, 34. 33. 38, 40, 42.' i Size 16, yarcs 33-inch j I Send 20 cents to The Leihbrldge Herala, Patters Dcpt., for each pat- item. Two weeks' iiiae should be allowed for pattern to reach you. 1 Use This Coupon. Print Your and Address Plainly. To: The Lethbriflse Herald, Pattern Lethbridge, Alta, Pattern 4757. Size...... Name......................... Address Smirt Girls Always Carry Paradol i in their Handbags 1 They know that Paredol will re- i lieve them quickly of headaches, and 1 other discoiaferts, as well as help to check colds. One girl I used i Paradol every month I suffered al- most unbearable pains. It is the j most quickly effective relief I hsve ever used and there is no disagreeable I after eSect." Dr. Chase's PARADOL For Quick Rebel of Pom Price AN EMINENT PHYSICIAN ia tbe "British Medical speaks as follows in the issue of January 15, 1936: "In my experience, the oral antigens have been mostly employed for cases of rheumatic conditions aad catarrhal reterocoiirisj Clinical response has been quite definitely marked." This important statement, howerer, heralds the <3awa of a great release for Catarrhal sufferers. DISTRIBUTORS: HALTBT tMTHERS LTD. 5 Bow Aft, Tenefc MRHAM I SANDS 1. WASSOK LYMAITS LIMITED SEO SL, Vznaurtr Bex 656, Saint John, 96 SL Pad West, Moitmi i MAIL THIS COUPON TO-DAY iMmaxex at itH Drsg Stores. If yoar is ect of stock, ffiul tfcis Cdspon dsrect to: JJJTHGEJf IABORATOMES, 32 RICHMOKD ST. TORONTO J, OTT. OR CAKBIE STKEET, B C. Dear Sirs: Please seni me--------------bottles of for tie treatoieat lor which I enclose Gty or Town The use DC D( 3QJ H9UJM If wtnt foxtier wnce us. 2 LAnriGfW tANTIGfN LANTIGSN LANTIGEN .FWSFAPFRl ;