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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD FRIDAY, MAY MILADI Phone 4040 latix-es and friends at the Buffalo hotel. The bride's table was centred with a four-tiered wedciEg cake.j Rev. W. G. Lang proposed the toast' to the brifie. I Following a honeymoon at Cal- igary and Banff the happy couple i will rsake their home on the groom's farca near Leihbridge. I Out-of-toim included Mr. i and Mrs. C- C- Patching, Mr. and j Mrs. Deibert. Patching. Leihbridge: 1 Mr. Sduin Parching. Bdssostori. and Madge Delinks. InnisfaiL Golden Wedding SPRING IS HERE Birds mate la the -a-hisperins Buds to the san. nature stirs in Springs unease, New life, nevr hoses begun. The -slid S-3'A-ers a: our feet Breathe in the fragrant- air; And O the hour is fleeting, eweei, cui sil the world is fair. It Genest LyJock Cross ceived a cor assesicled friencs. Mr. Mrs, Dean 2efi the eivr Thursday rooming to re- turn to New 3.C- after visiting Mr. Dean's sister. Mrs. Earold Hudson, and Mr. Hudson. _ for the -.reeding at 10 an j cay. May li, when Rev. Fr. McGilii- I vray joined Wilfred Gersest and Ann Lylock, both of Macleod, in marriage. The a floor-length gown of white sheer with trapanto embroidery and a cro-ara veil, carried a bouquet of red roses and fern. Bridesmaids were Miss Jenny and Miss Can a cuiet joy impart. Personals ._. Miss ESler. Besumont. who has been atrendisg Macdonald Coiiege Ste. Anne de Bellevue. Que., anc Kaihleen Beaumont, who has a student, at- Queen's Univer- sitr. Kineston. for the past- term, spired to the city Wednescay nighi to ssend the summer s with their narents. Mrs. Donald CamsbeU and small csushter. Csroi Diane, left ormer, a cousin of the bride. Little turn to spent a few days in the city. girl carrying a bouquet cf red tulips and j liiies-of-the-valiey. The trice's fa- t T TOO Mrs. F. B. McNabb rerunad to S her home in the city morning after having spem the pas: month in London, Ctat.. where she attended the rxiarrisge of her daugh- te5- Miss Doro-thv. 10 Mr. Leonard Wright. Mrs. M. G. Richards of HSIK- B.C., is visiting friends and relatives in the city en route to sit in eastern Canada. Wednesday afternoon Mrs. H. entertaiired at a trousseau tea Mrs Alex Nlvea has returned to he- home in the city after spencing the sast month in Victoria. -srhere she Tras the guest oi Mrs. A. Ti, formerly of Mr. and Mrs. George Gruen-s-ald iff during the ireek bv car to sperul in Spokane. Wash. Mrs. -L. C. Zerr arrived !n the citv Wednesday evening from Sec Deer to TlsiJ- her parents, Mr. anc Mrs. t Georse Stott is visiting- la the cirr from Calgary, t guest; et the Marquis feoteL PO. and Mrs. Jock Prsser returri- -o the city today after nanrig soeni the pass -week in visitag IB Trith the litter's mother, Mrs. C. PariseL Mrs. C. W. Clutnn israa: i. bricge visitor ThuiEday from Mr. Mrs. J. S. Jones, have been visiting Tie la mother, Mrs. W. D. L. Bardie, the city by plsne- this mornm? for Se Paofib coast, where they reside. _ Covers laid M evening -srhen Dr. and Mrs. C. Fletcher entertained at uartr for their nephews. er IJe-sreilyn. rewimed overseas eran. and also Mrs- Later in evening tirises is-ere -stm by David iae-e31yn and Hetcaer lleweUyn. afternoon. Mrs. Peter was z. tea hoar hostess she entertained for Miss Beth Cones, bride-elect of this rnonui- Jean LiichEnsky presicea at Kodak Snaps Enlarged THIRD AVENUE S. All Hardwood Lawn Swings Ready To Use the groom was" his eider L. J. Genest. Following the ceremony 3 recep- zion was held at, the home of the Mother-Daughter C.GJ.T. Banquet group and included vocal solas by Val Anderson and Babs Young, a dance by Jovce Scott, a. quartet of Peggy Haig." Kay Schoening, Bar- net Lynn and Donna Jean Turner, the I and a'piano duet- by Helen fie Vries church was scene of the annual Mother and and Joan Rylands. Daughter banquet for C.GJ.T. and The speaker for the evening was Senior Quiz groups on Monday! Miss H. Mann, s-ho faasea her talk The hall appropriately j on costumes fashioned by of decorated in blue and white stream- j the girts, all of the costumes being ers with bouquets of tulips and typical of a group in the Phiup- lilacs adding effectively to the: pines. The evening ended with the I singing of Doasa Jean 110 girls, raothers and Turner, the president of ike whole guests sat doiYn to a delicious sup- c.G XT. departsnent. tras chairman per served by members of the: for the evening. Yoiuss: Adults'" club. Following ihe toast to the mothers i and, presentation of gifts, made by the girls. Mrs. Mutchmor repHec on behalf of the mothers. A sing- song, led by Miss Mabel Laco. DAY BAXQIET The Y3LC.A. the setting for a Mothers' Day banquet on Moadav. Mrs. John brice for a large number of guests. Dancirag was enjoyed later. The happy couple left Sunday for a ten-cay honeymoon at Banff. Out-of-town guests included Mrs. Jessie Bresniak of Winnifred, cou- sin of ihe brieie. her daughter. Miss Elsie Hall, who is ieatlrg at the enc A quiet ivecding took place In if the mosth for----- Jje win married. Mrs. D. Morri- son sad Mrs. S. SoHey asasted serving. f f f Engagements Announced... Mrs. M. Baxter of Hec Deer sn- nouncss the engagement of her third daughter. Mary, to Mr. Jerry S Seisker-, son of Mr. and Mis. G. Slesken of Bellevae. the wedding to take plsce on June 1- Mr and Mrs. Adsm Zelaae- of Hish River asnounce the engage- men; of their daughter. Doris Huth. to Mr Wvatt, Z. Brocklebank. only son of Mr." and Mrs. Brockle- baak of High Hiver. The sarrisge will rase place early in June. Mr. and Mrs. WE. Matthews. Be- gina. announce the engagement; oi their only csuzhter. Hazel to James Dawsoa Sinneli, son 01 Mr. aad Mrs. T. KinnelL Letn- bricge. Alia. The wedding will taie place in Regiua, May 29- patchiBj Haileit St. Isike's Anglican, church. Bed. Deer, was the scene of a pretty wedding Mav II at 12 o'clock noon when Bettv May, elder daughter of Mr. and. Mrs. Jases Hazlett, Bal- moral, became the bride of Harry Res Patching, son of Mr. and. Mrs. C. C. Patching of Letharidge. G. W. Lang officiated. The bride entered the church, oa the arm of her father to the strains of the wedding inarch played by Mrs. E. BorrilL She. wprs a. floor- Isngth gown bridal satin and lace with a Ion? veil held in _place bv orange blossoms and carried, a abucuet of pink roses. Miss June Hazlett was her sisters only at- tendant. The groom was supported, bv his brother. Mr. Deibert Patch- ing. Mr. Prank Hazlett; and Mr. Edwia Patching acted, as ushers. After the ceremony a. wedding dinner was served, to about 30 rings. Wbtn yev your 3t rinfc, a yov nttrt in mnnbcr This HARRY WHEELER SON JEWEtLEK JKRESGE Medicine Ha; United church May when Jenny Viola WslQiiis- ex- changed marriase vows with Thomas Hubert Copeland. both of Leth- bricge. They were attended by Mr. arid Mrs. Haverson. Following; 3. short honeymoon In Calgary. Mr. and Mrs. "Copeland are residing !a the city. Activities Here Tie University Women's Club of jethbricge will hold a ciimer meet- cg on Monday. May 20. at the Marquis hotel at pjn. This j the annual meeting of the club and ejection of officers will be dealt with. A gooc turnout of members is requested. The LA. to the Canadian Legion are sponsoring a social and cacce j onight Social, to dsncingr. to Lethbridge members of tie South- ern Alberta Writers' Association are rerninded Of the History and Folk- ore project being undertaken by the club. Manuscripts must be au- thentic and between 1.000 and 2.000 words in length and. should be seat o Mrs. S. 3. Warren. Box 391. Vauxhall, in time for the fall meet- ing. bv Clarke; Herald Sogravteg. (ENS) Mr. and j _________Nelson celebrated their- wedding at their home eight t miles north of Warner on May Si when thev entertained more tnan 550 friends at a barbecue foiiowec j by a dance at Wrentham. i "Married in Hichfield, Utah. !n i 1SS5, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson lived in Elsinore, Utah, until 1900 when I they moved to Stirling. Alia., resid- j ing" there until moving to Warner district; in 1909. They had 12 chil- j ores with 11 of them being at the j celebration including Mrs. Harvey' Glir.es. Glenwood: Mrs. Irvin Nel- j son. Wrentham: Sar! Nelson. War- j ner; Leo Nelson. Wrentham: Mrs. Richard Erickson. Warner; Mrs. Ralph Tolley. Milk Hiver: Free Nelson of Conrad: Mrs. Sylvia Nel- j son. Lethbridge: Frank. Connie and j Devin Nelson, Lethbridge: Mrs.; Ward Bulman. Stavely. a daughter, i was absent through illness. They have 33 grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. Amone the; many gifts received were 50 gold- j colored roses from their community J friends. At the dance in the evening a i musical prosram was also enjoyed and refreshments served, incladefi wedding cake. tion which" is learned through as- sociations in a C.G-I-T. group. A varied musical program -was decorated table which was candle lit. Miss Joyce Taylor arranged the tables and assisting her tilth the A presented with a number from each -sen-tag was Dorothy Line. Mrs. P. Birth supervised the kitchen. Mr. Hiebert entertained. piav- ing records. After supper, a short program, contributed by John Ratz- laS. Maralyn Hiebert. and Ealne Atolle, -a-as" enjoyed. Mrs. Blanche Baptist iron the unscramble contest. McFARLAND BLDG. Today's Reflection Eave often wondered, why the sty doesn't have schedules cosied az some of the bus-ston intersec- tions here. Ill bet there are a lot of other people who wonder the same thing and, at the same time, wish this would be dene. Strangers coming to Lethbridge. yes, and many of the local citizens wishicg to take a bus, haven't the slightest iqea when they are supposed, to be at any comer. Schedules have probably' appeared, in the news- paper at some few ceople are so methodical that tfiey clip ihem out and carry them around. like a pocket-book. Certainly the people coming- in to Lethbridge from ihe district haven't anv idea when the buses run. The convenience of snch a service to the public would far out-weigh any cost that would be involved. GOLF WINNERS There was a good turnout at the Women AROUND THE WORLD AH in s3L it's no wonder that j Mrs. N. J. Vacboncoeur of Winni- peg says she has learned to- aqcept anvthing with, resignatton. She has j two children, George and Cora Rose, j who collecc what might be referred j to as unusual pets. At the moment i a yard-long alUgator, about 50 birds, j an'owl, a foot-long goldfish and five i dogs rail the Yadboneoeur, residence their home. Patsv Bodgers, comely 21-year-old Alberta girl who grew up on. a ranch in the footnote of Alberta. will represent Canada at the 1946 Madison Square Garden rodeo in October. Women have the franchise same as men, and women have the same right to "life, liberty and the pur- suit of Trustee Dr. E. ladies" golf Henderson. competition held at Lake on Wednesdav afternoon when a hidden hole com- petition was clayed, with Mrs. C. McLean and Mrs. G. W. SScAHister winning the honors. For Smart Comfort debate on married women teachers in the Toronto Board of Education Thursday night The board resoired to remove all restrictions on. mar- ried, women teachers. A giant pile of food of the women and cisii- dren of Britain, were presented on Thursdav night to the Doirager Marchioness of Reading, founder of the Women's Voluntary Services in Britain, at a public meeting in the civic aTiditorium in Winnipeg. Parounar Oliver, house leader of Liberal ooposition in the On- tario legislature, Thursday told the annual meeting of the Ontario Women's Liberal Association at To- ronto that "Liberalism, in Ontario is definitely on the way up." Paint to Protect Your Buildings With Canada Paint Products Canada Paint Wallpaper Store Phone 2513 RUMMAGE SALE In Old Parish. Han Opposite C.PJI. Depot Sat.. May 18th p.m. A Photo of YOUR CHILD Spring's here, summer's coming! You'll endless use for this cable-stitch jerkin. Provides "anti- chill chic" and smartness, too. To make this vest quickly, use j knitting worsted. Xote the "fitted waist-band! Pattern 7219 1 tions for sizes 10-12; H-16. j Send 20 cents to The Lethbridge i Herald. Pattern Dept.. for each pat- I tern. Two weeks' time should be allowed for pattern to reach vou. I Use This Coupon. Print "Your j Name and Address Plainly. To: The Herald, Pattern DepU Lethbridge, A1U. Pattern 7219. Size...... Name Address Tjet the Clarke Studio give you a permanent record of the charm of your child. Make an appointment today! Wcddinsr Photos Family Photos Colored Photos Clarke Studio Downstairs. McFarland Bldj. Phone 2010 The Store for Boys and Girls BOYS' SCAMPERS The ideal summer oxford for schoci or play; sturdy elk uppers stout long wearing com- position soles. Sizes for little gents righ; through to young men's I 52.45 to 53.95 GROWING GIRLS' SUMMER SANDALS Sport sandals in pigtes leather or two-tone canvas, open toe and heel styles. and Sizes 4 to 8.............. Smart Children's WHITE BOOTS A new shipment of white boots for infants and children; chrome cr leather soles. Sizes 2 to 8 to STUDENT SUITS Specially designed suits for hi-school students, fea- turing the intermediate size larger than boys, smaller than young mens. Smartly tailored of attractive wool tweeds. Choice of coat, vest and long or coat and two longs. Sizes 32 to 35 to JUVENILE JACKETS ilored of Snappy little sport jackets in windbreaker style, tailored of shark- skin in two-tone colors. Sizes 3 to 7 Boys' and Students' TRENCH COATS The famous "Croydon" make of style trench coats; tailored of all weather sand tone ga- bardine, in sizes 24 to 36 and nc WASH SUITS Broadcloth wash suits for little fellows; all in two-tone colors. .Sizes 1 to 4 I BOYS' JERSEYS Stripe jerseys for small boys. Crew neck, short sleeve Sizes 2 to 3 years Preview Of SUMMER SWIM SUITS Now pamorous youthful selection of the best known.makes Including "Rose Marie "Beatrice Pine" creations and "Hollywood" styles in a wide assortment of fabrics and color combinations; one arid two- piece models for swimming or beach wear. Children's, misses', women's to GIRLS' RAIN OR SHINE Coats Just in another Shipment of those popular all weather for school girls. Fashioned of show- er-proof gabardine tartan plaid lining. Sizes 10 to 14X. See Hollywood Styled SLACK SUITS Right_from the pages of "Vogue" and "Mayfair" the tuck-in or jacket style superbly tailored, of fine Alpine weaves In a- rainbow selection of attractive colors for sports and spectator wear. Sizes 12 to 18 to GIRLS' SLACKS Bicycle slacks of sturdy drill for girls of 8 to 14 years. Colors blue or 1 f A brown. Pair NEW BABY WEAR Silk Dresses Baby Deer Sfioes Self Starter Shoes Eiderdown Blankets Wool Shawls Eiderdown Kimonas Disposable Diapers Softex Pants Gift Novelties Rubber Sheets Lap Pads Silk Bonnets Carriage Covers "SHAMROCK" SHORTS The smartest ana best fitting sport short eve- designed, sailor boy or pleated stripes in fine gabardine or washable drill. All the popular colors SINATRA JACKETS o favore< :tion of s Two-tone sports. jackets so favored by school girls here In a selection of smart color combinations. Sizes 8 to 14 ANKLE SOX GJrts' and ankle sox in waffle or plain weaves; pastel colors. All sizes ;