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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1946 MILADI Phone 4040 Women AROUND THE WORLD Orchids By Air From Honolulu r CREED ICoi in a sigrifleant truth. In our v homes, our country and our world. homes, our worries, cussensioa ana itrife. Where is the key to open the prison door? It must be con- nected mth tne hearts, thoughts actions of individuals. Ttxere is little one person can do to stop There is not much one can do about the action of govern- ment officials once they are in poi-er. It all boils down to the! little- things leading up to the big ones. How we live life each day IS in the general scheme of things in the The lasting peace evervone hopes for can onl> be achieved we. as individuals, "-ealxze that each one of us is part of the key which vial let the acrid oat of its PRESIDENTS DAUGHTER GRADUATES MAX 29 WASHINGTON, May (f) On. a quiet college campus, just a. short stroll from the White House, they're claiming: the No. 1 girl graduate in rfsuss of But because her home is the near- _ White House, 22-year-oid Mar- garet Truman's AJB. degree, with history major and high B is more than just a family event. Graduation be a double diploma occasion for Trumans. Margaret's father, not college graduate himself, will cead Jus daughter's acacemic procession to add another Doctor oi Laws to his growing collection of honorary degrees. wh gleaming blue and ta'pers. Serviieurs included Mrs. Enc Howe. Mrs. Harold G. Mrs. Frank Filling. Mrs W. Skelion, Mrs! J. Lightbound, Mrs. T. Brown, Mrs. J. Mrs. A J. M. Gardi- ner. Miss Georsma Drowiey. The draw for the baby award was made at 4'30 O-m. and was in charge of Mr. Mart McMahon, chan-man of the hospital board. Carmangay Baby Wins Prize St. Michael's Hospital Day Sables, babies, everywhere, but! Afternoon tea was a feature of i Mrs one, baby Doreen Mane Stai- i occasion blue and white i _______________------------W. F-lford of_ Carmangay. ten-montlis- sn.earners and cuactines of beau- I enter- j joanson. Mr and Mrs. J. M. Camp- caugnter of Mr. ana Mrs. Amu- sonrig r-owers providsng an! osapa- (bell. Mr and Mrs. M. 3. WalVMSoa.! cace I-eo Stafford, won tne SoO background." Mrs. Mart' Michaels Na- i 'ednescay afternoon. The award laels Na- i Mcilahon. Mrs. Frank Hoefer, Mrs. i eleoration i nnd Mrs. Hueh Kodak Supplies For Amateurs A.E. CROSS SON THIRD AVEXUE SOUTH 1 uie sisted her -hostesses m serving. duo and members of the sis; w Lt.-Co'_ and Mrs. Wiiiiata Buch- anan have returned to Mecicine Ha: Jack Ross chaster. Mr. and Mrs. Donaldson will visi: their caughtcr and son-in-ia-sr. Dr. after having a week in Cal- and Mrs. SL W. Eecroft n Cleveland. garv ihf g-'ess of Mr. and Mrs. loluo after thev tsill reside LAWN TABLES ON WHEELS Orange, red or blue painted. Harold Grevett. Mrs. T. McCreacy, was in Calaary on Monday to attend the Guide" asrociation bannuet honor- ing Ladv Olive chief Guide of the -srorld, has left for Edmonton she will spend a few davs. m Mrs. A. A. BaUacnev returned to feer aome at, Hiver durmsjthe weekend after spending _ the months at Ijaguna. Bescis, the Pacific coast. Sir. William Guild and Mr. Can- eron Perry left tne city Wednesday on a sljorc business trip to Cai- gsry. 3irs. Paul T. Palmer !s a Leth- "oncge visito- from I-os Angeles, Calif., and is a guest ac the Mar- quis. Visinng In lethindge tocar, Thursday, are Mr. and Mrs. Jake Frederick of centos. Engagements Announced., The engageaaen; is announced of Vema Ardells Baines, only daugh- ter of Mrs. C. Baiaes, and the late Mr. Banes, to George Dick Skakam, son of Mr- and Mrs. D. Skakum of Simonton. The wed- ding will take aiace May 19. Activities Here The Organizatioii for Civic Imnrovement wHi hold a rummage sale a St. Patrick's Parish, hall, opposite the C-Pjl. depot Saturday, Mav 18 at tt.m_ and who is present and registered at the public reception. More than 145 of the 458 babies bom in the hoso-tal during 1945' ere at the function as well as j .der brothers and sisters anu ap- rosinaately three hundred adults i "he beard of directors and the' isters of St. Martha, of St. Michael's Hospital played host dur- tile afternoon to tne puolic ith. Mrs. Enc Cmnstoun and Mrs. A. G. Baalim receiving the large .umber of guests Mrs J. A. Walker j and Miss Gertrude Gibbons in ccarge of the nsitors' register. These wishing to make a tour of the msuranon were conducted by Urs. Fred Cottatn. Mrs S. K. Bover, -Jrs. D. R. Redman. Mrs. F. Frey, Mary OConnell. Miss Kila Corraini and Miss G. Knox. A special room sei aside ES a nursery to look after the visiting babies and was m charge ol Sirs. J. Korman Bitcnie and other members of Si. John Ambulance Assccis.tien- Edmund Cairns and Mrs. Hugh Arnold presided at tte prettily ar- ranged tea table centred with a EDringtime bouaue; and embellished i Mr. and Mrs. Howard 3. son of Calgary, formerly of I bndee. were honor guests at a fare- There will be a. meeting of the Old Age Pensions' Society at the Miners' STaU, 12th streei B north. 2Cel- on Friday everung ac 8 o'clock. Speaker: Mr. J. C. lianderyou. MJ-A. This is a special meeting- and all are mnted to ajtenc. Girl Guide and Brownie commit- tee mee; a: the Hed Cross rooms on Thursday, May 15, at This meeting will take the form of a Members of the "Soung "Wotnsn's Auxiliary of St. Andrew's Presby- terian church, are reminded to hanc in their donations for the Holland parcel to Mrs. J. Armits by Satur- day. FEATHEK-UGHT FOUNDATION is so drff erenf Summer Art Classes Enroll now for the Short Course in Art being arranged by THE LETHBRIDGE SKETCH CLUB Outdoor and Indoor Classes, June 3 to 15 Terms: Full course Half time 55.00 Instructor: H. G. CLYDE, AJt-CJL Sponsored by the Department University of Alberta Apply, Sirs. A. 31. aloe, Secretary, 1012 Sixth Avenue S, Phone 2840 DON RAWORTH ORB. WATCH INSPECTOR Fifth Street South STORE YOUR FURS FRECKLES? vou a -frtcHs Frtelly face, ihoulders, beck and armi don't co vnfh glamorous evening gown. nusic, romaies. One of the out- standing beautifying action! of colized Cream it iH blescning of FrecUes. If will acfualiy help sfoo new frecBet fron appearing. coined Wax Cream help you to rears radiant, romantic looting ilin. only as directed. SoroTite Astringent juS3aet ihe prominence of lines and wrinUet, giving feel- ing of iemporery ftrmneu fo osrrsr layer of siin. and removes surface ell. daily. SoM CMinetlc Cwirttn ttmymltttt. A DEODORANT OF DOUBLE ACTION Because It coes its wHhouf being i goes on s-ioos'nly, hold's bicra out ?re fines 6 radiant new AXD STAYS F'JTl Five woncerful shades to cor.plexicn look its wr.ciever the tint ycu need for thcf rca'ianf lock. NatereRe, Swn Fctr, A. M. SUTHERLAND DRUG CO. 3IARQUIS HOTEL CORNER By AXXE ADAMS iSg brand new and pretty Pattern 4535, frocs has four main pieces but not a side scsia not a one Slip :t on button, ue all set! Pattern 4535 :n sizes 12, 1 14. :6. IS and 20. Sizes IS takes yarcs 35-inch fabric. 20 centf to The Lethbrifiee Herald. Pattern DepU for each pat- tern. time should be allo-wed for pattern to reach you. This Coupon. Print Your Name and Address Plainly. To: The Lethbridge Herald, Pattern Dept, tethbridge, Alta, HELPS PREVENT PERSPIRATION SPOTS AN ODD OR j WITHOUT IKRI'TATINC THE SKIN ARRID gives you doable protcctioa. It protects you from perspiration odor, and helps protect your clothes from coa spots. Amd is an odorless dcocoranr, Tndi the fine texture of a beauty cream. 1 It vanishes iiainecijite resulES. Widi you arc absoiutely S enjoy yourself i are regarciess of the weather. Protect i your daintiness and charm with Amd. Suit using it today. It is very economical. 39e 59e- with NEW YORK FURRIERS DO NOT EXPERIMENT WITH INEXPERIENCE IT COSTS NO MORE TO HAVE THE BEST OF SERVICE Let a furrier -with a world-wide knowledge and over 35 years experience in the handling of the finest of take care of your precious furs. Our charges are the most reasonable. We give you an all-risk policy at no extra cost. Bring your precious furs now to New York Furriers where they are covered by insurance for a full twelve months from the date of storage, protected against all eventualities while in storage or while in your home or being worn. Make the most of this outstand- ing service... It is all covered by the same low stor- age charges. Call New York Furriers for storage or expert repairs, NOW! CHOOSE NEW FURS NOW AT NEW YORK FURRIERS Bight now at Xevr -York Furriers you'll find wide selection of the new furs for 1946 choose the exciting fur creation you'll want next %vinter now. on New York Furriers lay- away plan. WE'LL STORE THEM FOR YOU FREE OF CHARGE IT COSTS A PRETTY PENNY! ITS WORTH THE BEST OF CARE, SO DONT FEED IT TO MOTHS. STORE IT NOW, BE- FORE IT'S TOO LATE. SPRING COATS and DRESSES ARRIVING DAILY See our wonderful collection of sheers, prints and jerseys, delightful for Easter and after they're priced to meet your budget. A DEPOSIT WILL HOLD YOUR CHOICE TILL REQUIRED Pattern I Name Uddress ARRID orgeri Selling Deodorant New York Fur Dress Shop THIRD AVE. S. PHONE 3276 OPP. LIBRARY ;