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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, 1946 MILADI Talented Children In Music Recital 4040 SPKIXG IX THE HEART .MISS An aparecisti-.e audience of craved Tuescay the Reacers' Club present- ed in recus! forty-Jive voting ls oJ :be LJD.S. cfcarcJ: new grand piar.o being in for de first tisi-e. DaEce. vocal, piano and Women AROUND THE WORLD South Alberta Girls Graduate "Lois G. Anderson of: JJeifcbricge, WH1TLA MERCHANT DEATH j Quota International 'Offers Scholarship their cipiouias and pins at gradu aticg exercises at Use University death Tuesday night at Medi- j, He TaSfi tne goldea BIriic naming ceir, Aci a cf bisons cf blue Ins and Le; :r-e ?r-m sins previous bar nappy before lie spring. Miss Mary Pa: HCisrc o Oy J -1. s J t. 5T Another recr.a! -aVJl be hearc en 2Friosv evening. ...v a- g music "jiKSTover the age of faelie years.; A meeting to discuss organization a veterans association for termer 1 in Edmonton Monday mght. __; pleted. ol a. heart had been business at Funeral" are not oom- inembers of the Women's Koyal Ca- i 11 Today's Reflection Fblis's-isg the program the of the" dab a: a "reception. contributing to tr.e recita. j Co-con Snow, Connie Ar- Iceth Gibbers. Gayle Fremstac. Sandra Snow, Duane i Barbara Steed. Marilyn Cwgro-.e. Kerle 5 Gary ie i. Grant left the! A Neil evening OshaTJ-a, rvQllU ULiiV-CU. i hsrs .__ _ ..______. Mcnt.' SSr anc Mrs. J. W. ".Vilson of JAsgeies. cities i city, gussts s: Personals j Engagements efsther. who hss CJsresho: Beverlev VTebsier. Mer- Christensen. Gree: wiil a few days en route to Weddings... j S. Donaldson May 15. at S o'clock sh Mr. and Mrs. C. left for Clevelsr Manufacturers of feminine attire in important tex'.ile- procucins centre are unable to forecast whether the fashion for women to wear trousers, now pre- valent in North America. Britain snd Germany, sill spread to the women of Spsm. comprehensive, final show of about 300 paintings by Canadian war went on display at the National GaUery at Ottawa Tues- day night. Artists represented in- clude Csot, G. C. Tinning of Sas- katoon, and Sooert Krcd- rnsn of Sdmonton. Every younsster in southera berta. as well as most of the j aps. uere doubtless thrJled with" 3ITST COMFI-ETE SVKVEY Distries 11 of Quota Club later- naiionai. Incorporated, which la- eludes the Lethbridge club, is otter- ing a bursary to cover the cost cf tuition (approxiaoately S200) in a recognized school of social work. For the academic year 1945-47 the bursarv Trill be awarded to a stu- dent frota either Alberta as Sas- j katcheiian. Applicants for adsiission to f schools of social service are nor- aialiy required to have a bachelor's degree and to have completed a niunber of courses in the biological and social sciences. Applicants The award wit be made on the basis of academic proficiency aad financial need. Applications should be addressed to Mrs. Gladys Herrington, gover- nor ol District 11, Quota Oub In- ternational, Incorporated, 726 Avenue North, Saskatoon, Sas- katchewan, by June 15, 1946. A BIT OF IKOXV ELIAVOOD CITY. Pa, May Tony factor complained she hadn't been able to open a kitchen window for eight years; but last night, burglars pried trie win- dow loose, cliaibed in, and VICTORIA. May ho have been employed by recog- nized social service agencies, or by "msri VICTORIA. May 15. rtS have government musi coai- accepted bv a recognized cowboy of the radio and movies is: piete us survey of the P..G. E. of soda! work ,__, be in in per- railn-ay and cosl in J jor tnjs scholarship. 'o- ihe stampede this suauner. the srea it may sen e. before ex- J1" x- nt fl One weste 3 is found is one ir.Ue word, "friend- I iset Hieetiag. 'fi-i Mrs. I. S. Irvini: accompanied by daughter Miss Juacita Irving -returned to the citv Tuesday ereri- after having spent_the jianse was __ __of a vrecduis on. Friday.. M. Pemrose. 3. Snort- 10 Lirdsa. vounges: members interested in i of Mr. Mrs. Buci- the sneciai meeting ra Calgary are o; vemos. vras united in asked to phone 3363 or 3270. j St. Mchaei's Birch Huis, Sask. The cerernony In spring, a bandit's fancy light ly IUTRS :o clothes. In Poland, be cause hundreds of rvomen are lucky to ge: home in their "scanties" and men in their shorts. Many don't get, home. They've been stripped o! clothing and shot to death. Ger_ Marshall and his ac- comnanied by Madame Chiang Shek. arrived today at Shanghai from Xankinc for a two-cay at Madame Chiang's home. An aide ssld the general "just, resting." Irene Moore. 70-year-o'.d dean of wxnen tccav retires as editor of the Hesina Leader-Post, a posiuor: she has held for 30 rears. She will make her home in Edmonton. pede but i ture. even radio who is managing the stam- Governor McWiUiajns last here wiU understand night unveiled the war memorial o: him through the I the Gerrcan-Canacsan Society, a Tr is a i fraiemai orgainzation. celebrating far as Hts The society singes cowbov is concerned 1 contributed 100 members to the Ca- i certainlv is a friendly ven- nadian armed forces in the one which should endear him 3 Mr. McWiUiams saic the nan: on iHuiiiii more to his soathem Alberta the honor roll would be an aad screen fans for being z ana a remmcer for a long time J Derson giving friendship j to come that the pnonty ever monetary returns. dians not, fail when the Iree- J com of Canada was threatenecs. SOLVEASE THE WONDER HOUSEHOLD CLEANER Canada Paint Wallpaper Store Phone 2513 ers the srooin Dr. chapte: youns counle having ruraraage for the_sale, Sai- urcay, Mav 18, are asked to please tiieir home- in the city. Mr a. H. Painter left Tuescs- rpcnd s. -ex csys Gres; rt Its A. T. McLeod. secretary o! the P-OTtnciai Musical Festival is a. Leuileidge visitor in Calgary tOGST. Tuesday afremoon ths operatSrig staff Alberta. Goversmer.; Telephone office held a tea atxd lor MSss Verna Baines eid Miss Florence Sfilund. briaes- The honored gaests each, re- ceived a Purrey blanket, the pre- Let Us Frame Your Pictures A.E. CROSS SON THffiD AVENUE S. ahone 2104 or '2718 lor aick-up. The regular monthly meeting of the Book Club will be held on iv evening at The home of The lucky newcosner receives everything from a set of dishes lat silverware, bread-box. to a kettls and a frying-pan% In addition she is presentee witn a pair of woollen blankets, cotton sheets, pillow-cases, bath towels and a ta'ble-cloth. -VERSATILE TAR Coal tar has served as a source o' abous 500.000 derivatives. Mrs. C. "R. 1252-oth ATS. A Soiii. Section of officers will take tjlsce. Convertible STROLLERS Sins with, bone leather triin. Prices low as S25.OO Caurch of Christ, Scientist, comer of rteirth Avenue and Twelfth Street. South. hold its reralsr Wednesday meeting o'clock, at which testimonies of healing are given. A cordial in- vitation to attend these meetings as as the Sunday services is extended to all. The meeting of the executive of the Catholic "Women's league, j which Tras TO take clace Timrsday sight St. Patrick's chvrrch. has i been postponed until Friday Eight at eight o'clock. Si. Augtistfe's Choir Auxiliary meet at the hocae of Mrs. M. A. Psrkrc, 727 Sigcta Sr. S., on Pri- day, ilay 17 st 3 The regular siissionair meeting St. Aususnn's W_A_ -Brill be held in the parish haU Thurscav. 3.fav i 16 a: 3 pm. Xe's-coniers to tee and visitors are cordially XATAL. B.C. fKNSl Per- J forming the first marriage since. discharce from the srmy. Rev. j S. Efeglss iomed in Jean onl-r daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D ThewlJs of Michel to Mr.] Morey, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. "W. T. Morey of Tan-1 couver The ceremonv took place in Ss. Paul's church here recently. The bride, given in marriage by her father, tvore a floor length tnole sheer sovm and her ESC veil TK-SS held in place -Kith an orange blossom coronet. She car- Don't Make This Mistake When Child Is Constipated re Kink and camations. Miss Ruth. Mitchell of Ferule isras bndesmaid and Darid TiieTlis, orother of the bride, supported the groom. A reception and a dance -vs-ere held later in the day. Household Showers For British Brides TON', Out, May 15. Don't upset with luxtiTB or iaih. eripiEK cathartics. Own Tablea. THs cevr coTrecnve welcome. The Group of Plrst o church a; "3 pjn. at the home of Jor- ean, 443 ST. N. Mrs Mssson's and its. McVean's section -of St. Andrews Aid meet at the home of Mrs. George Hasson. 918 iNiatn Ave. S.. on Taursday af'ernooE. May IS at three o'clock. Visitors -sill be wrel- cotce. The British Israel Federation hold their regular meeting in the Bcwman school on Thursday evening, ilav 15 at 3 DJIL FATTHFUL MOTH On the scecu of a female, the male pkasaac to ukc-acU so geatir and aar- -without the f nHsiesi child TTOH'I object to me. Make laxative-tjiins time otir on the ehiM and -rotrrseJf. rmther! Get Own uxiar at TOOT ,._____Finest Chocolate'' "and Baker's means Finest Cocoa TRUST the maker's of Baker's Chocolate to produce an equally outstanding cocoa. And cocoa as Baker's make it certainly justifies the faith that genera- tions of good cooks have placed in that famous name. Once you've tasted a steaming cup of Inker's Cocoa made according to instructions on the label, vou'll realize how cocoa should taste full-bodied, deep-chocolatey, com- 'fUtely satisfying. In recipes calling for cocoa, you'll find a new richer, truer flavor, because Baker's is all pure added. Econo- mical, 1-lb. package makes up to 90 servings. CHOCOIATE GIRL Ever try ChUdren love iff Make, it jost like conoanion toast, but of mixing cinnamon sad sugar to spread on the toast, substitute Baker's Cocoa for the cinna- mon. Grand for bedtime snack! A PredaeS o? Ger.erol Fooih C-S4 Something more tangible than a i "heUo" and a handshake is Mar- i rition's inetriod of -srelcoming -crar brides who have come from, over- seas to make their homes here. Instead the ladies' Auxiliary. Ca- j nadian legion, greets each new i u proatethea moth has been to fly seven miles through the night. arrival -vrith a shower of houseiiolc articles. cave our first shower lasu said Mrs. C. McGill, sec- j retarv of the organization. "It -veas juss "an idea and we hoped other j grouDS might follow our example j we thought it was one way i of repaying the people overseas for I rheir kindness to our servicemen while thev were there." So far the organization has held six showers for sis brides, and there are 12 more in the offing for those yet to come frona. over- seas. Every bride receives S50 worth of household merchandise. The bill is footed by the 80 or so members of the Auxiliary, each, of whom contributes 25 cents a week toward the gifts. For The YOUNGER COATS See How Slimming Modern life xazkes big de- mands upon ike eyes: bat-two drops of cleanse, soothe asd refresh them when they are tired or irritated. Eyes ire to a so good care of them. There are importantv ingredients in Morine: let this safe, dependable lotion help yocr hard-working eyes; ESC Mnriae erery day. Had Another Bad Night? CouIdn'tYouGetAnyRest? To those who after oa sleepless beds. -To those -ario sleep kind of way, but rest is broken by bad dreania aad nigctmare. To those who wake up in the morning as tired as -when they treat to bed, offer in Milburn's Health and Nerve P3Is a tonic remedy to help soothe and strengthen the nerves. When this is done there be no dare restless eights due to dreams end oighiicares. Price JXte a. box, 63 pills, dnjf cooctene. Look for owr trade mark a "Red Heart" on the package. The T. iSrrara Co.; Toroato. LADIES' AND GIRLS' COATS CLEARING AT REDUCTIONS OF Off GOOD SIZE RANGE AND COLORS. BELTED, BOXED AND FITTED STYLES. Dr. Mewburn Chapter LO.D.E. Are Holding a Rummage Sale In the Y.M.C.A. SATURDAY, MAY 18 AT A.M. Clean cut. sler.der point up the comfort of PaUerr. 4508. Straight cown line make easy ironing, easv dressing. Add a fceit for good-fit insurance. Pattern 4508 !n sizes 12. i4, 16, 18 20; 30. 22. 34. 36, 33, 40. 42, 44, 46. 43 Size 36. ids., 39-in. Send 20 cents to the Ijethbridge Herald, Pattern Dept, for each pat- tern. Two weeks' time should be allowed for pattern to reach you. Use Tills Coupon. Print Yout Name and Address Plainly. To: The Lethbridje Herald, Pattern DepU Lethbridee, Same Pattern 4508. Size. Address DRESSES Arriving- daily, smart selection, of girls' cotton and better dresses. "We invite you to look over our stock. Size range from infants up. Priced from .................98c "P WHITE PLEATED SKIRTS Just arrived, a limited number of white pleated skirts in Alpine material. Sizes 3 to 6x. BOYS' COAT SETS Tweed Coat and Cap to match. Donegal and herringbone. Price Sizes 3 to 6x only. WE ALSO CARRY A LARGE SELECTION OF GIRLS' BLOUSES WE INVITE TOU TO LOOK THEM OVER SLACK SUITS Just arrived, a good selection of junior slack suits. Alpine materi- al. Smart styles. Some with loose and others with fitted jackets. All colors. See our large selection of WASH SUITS Sizes 3 to 6x Sizes 7 to 14x SUN SUITS Smart trim. Just the ideal thing for summer wear. From 89c "P FASHION SHOP LTD. LADIES' and CHILDREN'S WEAR 514 FOURTH AVE. S. PHONE 3039 ;