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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD TUESDAY, MAY 21, 1946 MILADI Phone 4040 J LIFE -1'3 Women AROUND THE WORLD Interest, in music on the tzp- swing "ail" o-.er Western Canada vs. the opinion of Dean Arthur Coll- e oDi is. Cari C. Sowland! ujgurobd. head of the Faculty of -e cry at the -aeekemi lor a MUSIC a; the University of Church Choruses Cap ture Prizes Severs Monday berta 3 minster standing gan and pisno Arnold anc! conducted by A, afternoon's session of tiie Alberta Mann and awarded 82 marks. Gal- Provincial Musical Festival held at j braith with 81 came second. Win- southniinster church. Also featured ners vrere quite good having nice vrere bora' solos, division three, city I school chorus, un- i der 15 years and tiie junior piano sight playing, uader 16 years. Win Trophy t Raymond public school, conduct- eel by Mrs. V. N. Reid, in town school chorus, class 208, competing flow: and good tempo. Central school, directed by 'B. Al- dcus. von the city chorus class, grade two, with 86 marks -with Fleetwood second with 85. Winners had a lively little choir and they put i it across and words were alive. The adjudicator remarked: "You'll be. at the life1 I know ro: what thosi an. Bat know thai thou and I Aafl'trhea, or how. or where we me: ice's a secre; yet. Laeiuis Baroauld. Personals... Miss Margaret Matthews, who lef: tie the neon plane Fri- i dav for her iracs-Atlaauc arrived safely ia prestwick. Sect-; land. at. accord- ing to s caKe received Sunday af- i tersoon by her parents, Mr. arid; Mrs. T. Al Approximately 50 guests called j Suneay afternoon when Mrs. Mr ard Mrs. Love of Los Angeles, are expected to on city today and "RlU the guests 'of Mrs. T. V. Love. j and dominion forces. ernaire youth organizations sc.d be i nursing services will take pari in I the annual Bmoire Day tesuval. swardec. 84 marks for their selec- tion. This six-piece group was cosi-! ;rk white streaniers. varied- tulips and iris used Sunday evenmg. May 5, of Mrs. M. Fet- Two sea-struck girls sailed away from Vancouver Monday r_gh; as members of the of :ne Xor- weaian freighter Phalae. irs. A. Davis for a 1 to "he the first shower in honor of i females to sign aboard a ;l was more diScsilt and the effect good Dai the character of was caughK and good ion was given. IVinrsins the McNamara shield for; mixed church choirs, the: foregro 1 as a background in ensemble play- ins- One of the orchestra mem-j Ian bers was plavins a violin which h won choral speak- Rhythmic Ensemble joj grade four with 85 rparVs. 5 A mark of 84 was awarded Ray- tsovi-man came second with 85- Win- mond public school, rhythmic en- nine group had a sense of rhythm i sembie. 10 years and over, class 150- i wjth good "tempo and color and" gave i do cU of theie 4 Imperfec la sivttYOUKhsir glcsaourcnd btcvtyt 1. Gives lustrous 2. Rinses owoy shampoo film. 3. Tints heir it rimes. 4. Helps keep heir eecHy la place. LOVA1ON net permanently dye or bhodi. is a pure, odorless hoir rime. H 12 shcdes. Try LOVALOH. A) dom wfckfc after week's j likes dancing, zoo. and is rarely well done in ihe firs; selection and i -preiiice and Fuge in A Minor" have pla; Canary. -------_---, i._ _ _ _ Bach's (They kept "well together but could a "nicely" dene performance. layed with a little more life. piayed i Gloria Coaldale. won with j Miss Florence j j place j .he Gifts for the sues; the second the choir was charm- i seen off the floor at parties luce, whose of honor were containec in an at- i trsctively decorated basket, in pink] and white. Mrs. Gordon Young assisted, the hostess in serving and Miss Sdlund's mother. Mrs. Carl Edluad of Mscleoc, was an out-of- Town. guest. 12th hold t parade of Canadian, r H. Gowin and Sirs. "Wrc. aeiK-ed scquair-tar; Riiev entertained on Thursday eve- i sirls for the r Moore has returnee to f :er a weekend calgarj-. and contests were eaioyed. the main m being the presentation of s the Walter Agnew shield age girltf chorus of South- church. Lethbridge. with i Mrs. Cull conducting, received S3- Caot. Adelaide Sinclair. Addressing the evening session, F'ed "Jackson of Lethbridge, provincial sresident. spoke of the g-rj, foundation, built bv the uio- neers "of the Musical Festivals with tjje gj5t srovincial festival having Read. 548-12th B N. iciance is reouestec. the evening will be _ i being heid in this city 30 years ago. nioned thai some members She mentioned thai some members of the committee here have served voluntarily for 13 successive years. Percy Sunday'. class j se tression no other competitors in this class. Denny Burton. Central school, with 88 marks, won the boys" solo, division three, class 178, and Billy i Christou. Central school came sec- i ond with 86- The winner's voice was clear, and his words were full of meaning. TJrges More Entries The final class of the afternoon. Wedding Photos With That "Xatural" Look A Clarke wedding photograph pic- tures you as your natural self. That's because of Clarke's deft handling of lights and shadows and his wav of making: you feel at ease while sitting. Make an appoint- ment now! Clarke Studio Downstairs. MacFarland Phone 2010 Masted have to tneir home in the city alter having spent j short time in Edmonton. Xielsen and M. Mars- j The object is to the standard j junior piano sigh: playing, under j of music and cerformances and the 16 years, class 156. had only one i comoetitive festivals encourages the competitor. Arlene Green, Leth- at the ortnights holiday here. Kodak Supplies For Amateurs A.E. CROSS SON THIRD AVEStJE SOUTH Venetian Blind Brushes Venetian Blind Cleaner Powderene "Rug Cleaner OH English Polish Old English Wax Mr Albert Buliis arrived in the city Friday frosn the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, and on Saturday his wife joined hiin, having landed in Canada aboard the Ee De Prance. Mr. Lome Havard anil Miss Acele i Havard will arrive in the city this Abdullah of Trans-Jordan to ?nn- ir-mirv.: cesses Elizabeth and Margarei, ar- Beware of thac "possessive" com- rived in Liverpool. Monday. An.plex thai so oarents have Golosorpugn spo-e expert said that in a British blood-, where their children ale concerned.! tna; alter the aajuoicacor stock sale, they would fetch up to Oh, no, of course uot. YOU haven't nas uncoverea tne jaieni., j.t, is up got; it! Ivo oarents thinks he or she j to the community to has. I; is only the welfare of the young artisias ges the ni evening from Medicine Hat and will i take uart the Alberta Provincisl "npi-n rhis week in i Festival being Lethbridge. I Engagements Announced Mr. and Mrs. J- Stank of this city announces the engagement of their eldest daughter, Anne Ruth, to rO. j 1 B. W. Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. i W. Smith of Edmonton. The wed- j will lake Dlace June 1, a: St. cnmo see thai; the accessary edu- cation and jobs as well as an op- portunity to hear good artists- Mr. Harrisorl stressed the importance of entering the festival with a spirit j So often when a grown-up of enjoyment and for performers to son or daughter is to be rflarried.! forget prestige and marks and keep the pares-s take on that, injured! their rninti on the music, air We all know so welL They for- I Monday Afternoon gee tna.5 wnen they married they left Town an d rural school solos. son or daughter being considered. Bunk! You area's fooling anyone but yourself when you want to onto them "for their own for delicious Patrick's rectory. Activities Here 1 The Margaret. Hartley Past Presi- dents' Club wil hold their regular i meeting at the home of Sister S. i Irvine, on Wednesday, May 22, at I 230 pjn. The Victory Club will hold a I sewing meeting at.the tome of Mrs. Parsons, Fill's. Ave. S, Wednesday evening a; 3 pjn. The AtiSJliary to the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen win hold a sewing meeting Wednes- day evening. May 22nd. at the home world of difference between wise ccunsei and rjpssessiveness- Many j a poor child is shoved into some j of the parent's choosing than one of his or her own J Often, this is a resul? of some career one of the parents tad a desire to follow and were not able to accomplish, or one which they thjnr will bring them a cer- tain social standing. Be sure it IS 'ou are thinking ion therje were so few entries. Ee. stated that ic was one of the best j tests of real musical ability. j Tnestlay Morning j Sparkling little girls weamsr gay, j new hair ribbons and small lads all j slicked up for the Tuesday morning sessions of the 39th Alberta Provia- i f'gi Musical Festival competed in events featuring city school choral speaking classes, grades one to four., and choruses, grades two TO four j Trith honors being divided among i various local schools. Arnold Golds- j "orough was adjudicator. i Choral speaking, grace one. onen- ed the session and was won by Cen- tral school directed by Kathleen Prompt, Efficient WATCH REPAIRS Our enlarged staff of expert watchmakers are at your service. Most work can be completed in only three days. Satisfaction guaranteed. Bring your watch or clock in today. Harry Wheeler Son Jewellers Kresge Bldg. I was really caught off guard... V At Home or at the cottage, Aunt Jemimas hit the spot! Best of all----they're so easy to prepare! Add milk or to Aunt Jemima's Ready- Mix... pour on the griddle..; pop 'em on the plates then the family smile as they "dig Yes, fragrant steam- ing stacks of appetizing Aunt Jemima pancakes are the happy answer to quick holiday meals that satisfy Orfer Aval Paocjxe Hoot today inihc Kegclarszze packzgeorthe 3Vi Ib. ccosoay bag. Qwvkcr Oats Company af Canada Limited Junior Miss Sim-Fun A group of 35 "teen age artists i delighted an appreciative audience with their presentations of numbers a; the second of a pre-festival series of concerts sponsored by the i .Readers Keview Club of the LJXS. j church, on .tncay evening. May 17, in the church autditorium. The following participated in the concern: Charlene Fawns, Carol Knight. Shirley Pankhurst, Darlene Hunsaker. Necia Elder, Tommy Harris, Marlene and Senne Kewbv. Joan Stone. Maureen Jenkins, Donald Sieele. Gerald Bullock. Kay Birch. Douglas Ciark, Tom Fowler. Collette Green. Alberta Nielson. Marjorie Murdock. Viola Johansen, Bernice Bullock, Malcolm Asplund. Marjorie Snowden, Bonnie and Jean Hams. Allan bowler, Owen Aspiund, Bans Youne, Geraldine Asplund, Carol Pitcher. Jackie An- derson, Donnene llerriU, Irene Harris, Beverly Knowlton. Arlene Green and Audrey Leonard. At the conclusion of the con- cert, the young people and their accompanists were guests of the club at a reception in their honor. A DEODORANT OF DOUBLE ACTION By AXNE ADAMS "SVhip this jourseif Jr. Miss. the results are slightly spectacular. Pattern 4783. shons and tie-blouse show off a bronzed "care midriff- Button-front skirt for cover-up. j Palterzs 4733 conies ir. Jr. Miss sizes JI, 13, 15. 17. Size 13 olotise and shorts, 2 yds. 35-m.: skin i'-. Send 20 cents to The Lethbridec Herald. Pattern Dept.. for each pat- tern. Two weeks' time should be allowed for pattern to reach you. Use This Coupon. Print Your; Name and Address Plainly. To: The Lethbridge Herald, Pattern DepU Lelhbridste, Alta. j Pattern 4783. Size......j HELPS PREVENT PERSPIRATION SPOTS AND ODOR WITHOUT IRRITATING THE SKIN ARRID gives you double protection. It protects you from perspiration cxJor, sndl helps protect your clcihes from pospiri- tion spots. Arrid is an odorless deodorant. xsith the totture of a. bcaury It vanishes insiantlv giving results. Vith Arrid, you are absolutely sife can yourself you are regardless of the weather. Protect your .daintiness and charm xrith Arrid. Sure using it today. It is very economical. J5t, 39e and because I forgot one simple OITTIXG behind a desk can seem more C5 tiring than marching all day. It is, if you feel dull and faeadachey all the time I know! "After five years in the Service, I dis- covered how the change to a'no- exercise' job could lead to listlessness. Yet, the real cause was easily diagnosed it -was simply incomplete elimination: I tried Kellogg's 30-day test, and found how a simple change of diet could help keep me fit raring to go after office hours, too. "And do Kellogg's Bran Flakes taste good mmm Name Address ARRID! The largest Setlmg Deodorant MAKE THIS 30-DAY TEST I 3 to 1 soy KeUogg'f fovoorrfe. In a recent survey, 3 times as many housewives voted "Kellogs's" their favourite Bran Flakes as named ssay other brand. for the ftolden-ycllow the larze, thrifty size! 1f If HI, see your doctor! But if you just feel duH and headachey, cranky or depressed all die rime, you may only be suffering from incomplete elimination. Especially if you're over 35! Yet there's no need to let it spoil 2. Start now to cat delicious Kellogg's Bran Flakes every morning. Prove to yourself yoa don't need horrid doses or harsh cathartics. To keep fit ihe natural way, get more of the "bulk" your system needs by eating Kellogg's Bran Flakes With Other Pans Of Wheat. Gently-laxative, they help keep food wastes moving promptly, supply valuable minerals and proteins, too. 3. Jwitthfrty days and youl! prove it for yourself! Simply eat a big, crisp bowlful of Kellogg's Bran Flakes every morning. You should soon see what it's like to feel on top of the world lots of energy for extra things. And Kellogg's arc so downright delicious you'll never want to give them np! KEEP FIT WITH KELLOGG'S EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR! ;