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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBKIDGE HERALD SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1946 MILADI OPENING DANCE AT COUNTRY CIX'B Catholic Nurses Attend Church Services Phone 4040 Mr. George D. Sxskimi to Miss GOSSIPS a: Augusi-i-'.s churen. AS saic-oh. very ssf tly, And vrc s. aasii 01 3'hnstir.e n "he c-tv tins J Lethbncge Country Club to tile grand opening cance being held in club house on Thursdav, May 23. have been received in -he city. This social event promises "to be a bis affair vvh the shareholder mem- bership a: the Country ran-dy airaroachmg the 200 The dsnee is being siven for the members and friends and eanemg tn_l commence si 9 pjaj- shnrp with Batemans or- chestra susplvmg the music. Pnca s. Tr body ceased -afternoon for It Is no: death that's ending, Mrs. Harry Ph. sight her cr are And sir end spoke -in the g-fe'-s a: the Marquis "AS in "her was tne same, j hotel Eave --o- an added glcry. Mrs. Jack Tierr-son. formerl-- of ssv asaa. fcu: I, armee m tne citv _. "talked w.trTher refute tocsy iroz. rctste The Tvcrcs and all they :mply. to ner hcme in Mecietne nat. i Hecent m tne cry from STaaer Mr anc Mrs K Personals T S ricunce the engagement cf their cansh-er. Anne, to Mr i AiiTS- kOTeienko. all" of the en. The isei- ding viJ place :n ActiVltieS jr. Arnold snd Jones. Mr and Mrs. Hsrold Brccie of Sdmonton. sms Sd be cuesis at the Marcus cur- Anne ing the live of the Branch Xo m tne hall on ilosccy evening M_y IT. at S ?-ni- Cheer Group will meet at the home of Mrs. T M. Hamchn 1244-oth -Me S. on 1 Monday, May at S p.m. fc Ladies' AuxiLarr to Anti-Tsnk Battery, uil: held tneir Phdo by tie Jourdan. Herald S Tne Cathohc n-jrses of the Stella attended a Commnmon breakfast, jjjs. it. St. Michael's hospital morning' alter en. Miss Mclieod. Miss M. vrde-mier Miss Olive mm- Dawn Anderson, Miss Teresa i _ _ Women AROIMD THE WORLD Maybe some of her friends had one. No? The deal off. No permit stockings! Alas, how easily things go Faithful to tradition, the Oxford, j England. Union Debating Club oa.ce again has rejected proposals to ad- i nut -A omen members of the urn- i to its debates. Believed by doctors to be the only case of its kind m Canada, a cabv caughter Tilth a full-sized tooth was bom recently to Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Trohan of Beaen Cor- ner on the Jasper highway near Ecmonton beach. Viscountess Alexander has cos-1 seated to aci as patroness of the newly-formed R.C-AP. Women's' Auxiliary. Roofs Need To Be Painted USE PROTECTO PRESERVATIVE PAINTS Canada Paint Wallpaper Store Phone 2513 at. St Micnaeis nosi-.-ai H. rveicermier, morning alter atteacing cougland. Miss K. Me- j Mrs. C. Mrs. G. Munroe. ,St. Patricks church, at wtica .Bis sshooSMiss Rose Chenrtnski, Miss K. TJ1- Excellency. 5rnncis j NeiH Re.. VT. Koy ss leaving: CTrrmg Dcrothr Jean anc. Xora'Andrtws of CaZsary. are "-eetmg on Tsiescav. Ma. 21s: sij the home of Mrs Snckley, ofri-Sth i Aie P Carroli, Bishop of preached the sermon. above, left to right. Mrs. VE-. P. Koy is .esvmg ir-4' the weekend to spend tne snnzraer nis m tne c-s...-- the Pacific coast. parent, i_. a_d Andrew's. susnd he Scutn, at p 01 tne be nela at tne hcme i iicn iras held with friends snd relatives pressn t. Tbe uncle and ajmt S. Bsvies. Sponsor Nursery in City One Day Week for Children of War Brides n-. recentir acco2ipan.se bv Mrs. r.ee S-eer. SeameT. 'iSsE Connor is leavm? to- rush; for -here ine> wi_ dar to spend :njaux- _ iS-l parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Connor. I Engagements route to Toronto. Mr and Mrs. P I.azzaro-o an- nounce tne engagement of their Miss McDonald rerurneci Lforotny. to ac- Duffy, son cf Mr. and .Mrs S. Dcffy aU ot 'hrs city. Hegma and Saslsstoon. SasJc. j -nnil -ilace May 24 St. Atiguion's churco. to the ciry this spe. Sirs. TV. D- Chalmers has re- turned to her home :n the aty after voting Trail. the gues: of her daughter and son-in- ia-iV, Mr. and Mrs. G R. Inkpen. Dr. and Mrs. HamEtcn Brodis by their rxo daugh- ters aave arrived IE. the city from Calzsrv to scend the vistrng Mrs.'J. Brccie and Mlay Jeasa Brodie, Mr. and Mrs. Esnry A. Glockner are visitins in the c.ty from. Oak- land. CaLf- guests cf the former's sister and hrother-in-la'W, Mr. and Mrs. M: Petmnia. Mr. arji Mrs. U. Skakura arrivefi Jn me err tccay from Sdmonton to the marnsge of their son. Mr and Mrs. J. A. of He- graa. SssS_ annoonce the enjage- men; of thesr second caugnter. Jane Agnes, to David James Wehster of TraH, 3 O. the mamsge to take Dlace m tne cnurch, Vancouver. May 24 a; 7 pja. ine couple -vrili reside as .ajanoeriey. Mr. asc Mrs. Joseph George an- 1 -Piis" United cr.urcn a mating immediately alter tne j service on Sancay. May 19., Til members are requested to ue present. _ Weddings A caiet -Redding uas Jhelc. Tues- dav Mav 14th at trie home of tne "oa-ents -crhen Dorotny, serofd daughter .of Mr C T Withage. oecame tne oriae o' Fe'ter onl> son of Mr. city Kev. z, Ij. Gamri off-ciated. Mrs. Jonn isoov i the weeding music, t" The o-'ce siv en in mamage -'ather. chose a gorm ot white crepe frith satin j IrjnUque Sha -Ktire a finger-aoj vaTwth Anne headcress anc carried a streamer corsage o roses on a vrhlte The bnc'e TTSS attended by cousin Miss Henrietta Witnage. -is-nJe ifr. G. John "vVItaage the groom, Folio-sing the ceremony a recep- "Our Canadian j Today's Reflection pair of nylons and a liquor permit became strangely related in a btismess deal here the other cav almost resulting in a black market transaction. It also revealed the modem version of "the ivay of a man with a maid." A traveller, passing through the city, met an attractive girl in a business estab- lishment; here and asked her if she like a pair of nylons Sa- turallv. sne said she certainly would if they were the right Size and "be glad to buy them from him. He said he would return, later in ihe (Jay the pnze package. AppsrentlV overcome by thirst, the traveller telephoned the lady to see if she had a permit. No permit? Smart Gtrh always carr> PARADOL iii Out-of-town guests lacldaec Mr. and Mrs. J. Withage. Mr and Mrs. J Sooy. Mr. John V.-ithage, Mr. AV. Xieboer. all of Noblefora and Miss Hilda Xauta of Macleod. Sir. and Mrs. C. E. Daniel of announce the marriage of their daughter, Vincent S. Daniel, UJ5.X.S.. to Commander Jonn 3emara iionan. uJS. theV mav li-ve some place to leave their children a: leas: one aitemcon a week. These Canadian chil- dren may be left, anv Tuesday noon frdin 2 to 5 pjn-. as the mirs- err. which be siruated the Red Cross rooms on 7th trhere W T Family Allowance ross rooms oil mere be a registered ffelps Home nurse in and no lee _______ oe charged. In connection this ana Thev -crere married in Mar lltn. After a brief so- i jOiim in Washington. Commander' and Mrs. Honan vnll spend the -Ktc-thwhil" fnendlv venture, the ington. j nursery con.ener. Mrs. W. C. hours to sur; the indindoal j month of June motoring in Quebec. Jtornmately. the hospital been Family Allowance cheques are re- spoasiole for improvement in living >n Sunday, able to onerate to caoacity so far this year and all cepartments have been'extremely busy. Air Trip To Great Britain There s a long waiting list of patients, fau; it is feared that un- less nurses' assistance is now volun- teered to me hospral there will Frames For Portraits A.E. CROSS SON THIRD AYEXTE SOT7TH of Mr. and Mrs. George Card became the onde of Monty Trttoeck. son of Mr. W. "VTItbeck of Raymond. The ceremony was per- formed in the nresence of imme- friends and relanves at the bride's home at .five_ pjn. Bishop H. ir. Ririe officiated. WULLILI The bnde wore art afternoon! public problem. frock of wmte jersey with a j Anv faamed nurses w corsaae o: red roses. The attendant was her sister, Mrs. Clar- ice Godfrey of Cardston. The groom was supported by his brother, Mr. Jerrv "Kltbect of Raymond. Mr. and Mrs. M. -Witbeck left for a honeymoon, m Calgary where they win reside. be no alternative but to close do-sim some portion of the institution, un- der Tjresent conditions, with, tne ereat" demand for hcspitatzafon, would create a most serious ing to helo are asked to communi- cate wita'Mrs. Sipp at the is0s- pitaL CALGAB.T COMPETE Photo; Herald Engraving Margaret Matthews, first Lsthbndge citizen to purchase sir passage direct to Great, Britain from this city, is seen m the above picture as she received her ticket irom. Mrs. Olive Pike of the city TC.A. traffic office Thursday. Miss Mattcews, daugnter of Mr and Mrs. T. A. Matthews of 210 Fifth Ave. S_ left on me noon plane on Friday, for her trans- Atlantic flight and will take-off from Montreal Saturoay afternoon, arriving in England Sunday morning to visit relatives at Croydon. A native of Sngland, Miss Matthews hss been in Leihbnage since 1919. Married Nurses Urgently Needed With the aoprosch of the sum- mer and holidav season, Gslt hos- pital is again faced with a very dif- ficult situation with, regard to iis Eursmg staff. The nurses, both students and graduates, of necess-ty. obtain holiday rest after having experienced a most strenu- ous hosDital year. As they leave on their holidays it is an essentiality tijat'reuef reclacement be obtainedL There are no available hosmta! nurses to oe had. anc tre only pos- sibility appears to be the services of married nurses wno are in the icity. The hospital is prepared to en- gage full or part- rune work, for any during the next few months, and would HORACE LAPP "POET OF THE PIANO" AND HIS ORCHESTRA Featared at Royal York Hotel, Toronto For 8 years, and also at Banff Springs Hotel, Hamilton Brant Inn, Royal Maskoka, and other famous resorts Will Appear At The TRIANON Thursday May 23rd Admission o LETHBKBDGE conditions in some local homes, according to tne April report of Miss i E. matron, given at the i Xursmg Mission Board meeting re- centlv. She reoorted an. amend- ment' to the Family AUovrance bill ch provides for continuance of __allowance to a child's 18th year if the child is attending school and progressing satisfactorily. Two ap- plications for the allowance were granted last; month and two more submitted. Cnher high lights reported by Mann included: 67 calls made in district nursing: 115 babies at- tended the four climes held dunng April; Milk was received daily by 45 pre-schooi children in. 13 homes -wiiiie miiV for undernourished school children was discontinued at Easter but will be resumed when school re-opens in fall; three pa- tients from liCtafancge and District were admitted to the T.B. Sam- toriutn in Anril five discharged; 14 military investigations were made DR.CHASES Paradol TOR QUICK RELIEF OF HEADACHE Other Pains class at Thursday mgnt's session of the Central Aloerta Music peung here next Eon. Vincent Massey, rennng Ca- nadian hish commissioner 10 Bri- tain, sue. "Mrs Hassey on Pinday were received bf Queen Mary. Muriel Xiven Lefurgey. Calgary, WHS first in the dramatic so- "of homes visited; prano class and first in the oratcno children were cared for class earlier in ihe week, again won j given in anplvmg for highest honors in the operatic solo recommencing admission u> at Thursday session jjgg Ceer Insntunon for one small child; one baby was placed in a foster home prior to adoption; rwo children were alacecl m homes dur- ing the absence of one mother who is working and the other m hos- pital; work has been, found for both raen and women; a continual stream, of clothing was received ana castnouted to the needy daily. Teen-agers Like It A Pimple Covered Face Kills Many a Romance Thfc lires of many young people are made miser- able bv the breaking out of pimples, and yon probably know "of cases where a promising romance baa been 8po2ed by those red, white, festering and pus fiHed sores on the face. The trouble is not 90 much, physical pain, but tne mental sufferifig caused by the embarrassmg disfigurement Yery often makes the sufferer ashamed to go out in company. The quickest way to get nd of pimples ix to improve the general health by a thorough cleansing of the blood. __ Burdock Blood Bitters helps to cleanse the blood and mti the blood deansed the complexion should clear up. Tls T. idbuis Cit, lisated, Toronto, SMOOTH A smooth, rich drink nghi to the bottom of the what Crystal Homogenized Milk gives you, because thg cream is broken up into any globules and dispersed right through the milk. A refreshing, nourishing dririk that tne whole family will thnye- on. PHONE 2576 I.ETHBR1DGB Prompt, Efficient WATCH REPAIRS Our enlarged staff of expert -svatchmakers are at your service. Most can be completed in only three days. Satisfaction guaranteed. Bring' your watch or clock in today. Harry Wheeler Son Jewellers Exesge Per Person (Tax Extra) Here's a musical treat you won't want to miss whether you 'dance or not. See what's new witli your pet dirndl Drawstnng start means .sample sewing for jou. Pattern i 4878 also includes clrawstnr.g blouse j s Mexico-gay. Lace optional. Fattens 4778 comes in teen-age sizes 10. 12. 14 and 16 Size 12, skirt. I'M yds 35-sii.; blouse -vcs. Send 20 cents to the LeUibridge Herald. Pattern DepU for each pat- tern. Two weeks' time should be allowed for pattern to reach you Use This Coupon. Print YOTU Name and Address Plainly. Tc: the Lethbndse Herald. Pattern ttepU Lethhridee. Alta. Pattern 4878. Sue..... Name Address CQRT60S PINEAPPLE CHICKEN Sweet ar.a Scar Sauce CHICKEN CHOW MIEN Almonds FRESH SHRIMPS Prsea in Bauer, with Chlh Satice See Our Have Many Other Dishes Special Visit Of Irish Evangelists Gospel will, D.V., Commence in Tent at Ninth Ave. and Ninth Street S. SUNDAY, MAY 19 AT 7.30 P.M. Week Nights 8 p.m., Saturday exeepted SPEAKERS: Messrs. J. A. Gray and R. McClurkin, North Ireland TOU ABE WELCOME JTO COLtECTIOX Alberta Musical Festival SEASON TICKETS NOW ON SALE These tickets admit to all sessions and may be obtained from Brown's Music Store or from members of any choir. Individual admission to the evening sessions win 50c so the saving in bavin? a Season Ticket is pointed onL The Festival nms from May 20th to May full days. 1EWSP4PERS IFWSPA.PK ;