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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD THURSDAY, MAY MILADI What! No Hot Dogs? Bv AUV they must haie their little of Sir Fltzroy Donald ilac- v Lean. Baronei, K.O late oi Duart Castle, Isle o! Mull. Scotland. Ke was chief of the MacLeari claa and direct descendant cf King Bruce of Scotland. He died a few ago at his castle at the Personals Mr and Mrs. formerly, of Uabancsf. a lew davs in tne the Provincial L and are guests of iir. and ilrs. "HT. D. XfcDtffinell. iszola Hardie. trio has been here for several weeks from iSlSwna. BC.. is leaving losugat "er home ana will be accom- by her mother. Mrs. D IT Hardie, of who will visi: there for some time. H. C- McFarland and Mrs. J Oliver. accompanied by Caroline McFarland and Spurr Lethhndge v.sitors from j ihe city on Tuesday eve- .cing, Mrs. Esrry Fsul will m Kodak Supplies For Amateurs A.E. CROSS SON SOUTH Mr and Mrs. J. H. Vallis of Medi- cine Eat, formerly of Le-nbrzcge. V.'ednescay f r- AJoerza Musical Fes-ivaL any of ".he reckless elsaes ihe Medicine tor mustard: arid as for the >ndra H-2h School group on tha; punier.: cili citr wluch won many fecuon didn't appear till tne period. It was the vrcmen. are Klc. who reailv emancipated the sanc.- Like many another crusace. festival honors under the leader- ship of Mr. Mrs. George Koss is speeding emancipated thai "period and there we see this fearsome advice -Garnishes o. Visitins in the city from. Vic- tona. 3C_ ilrs B. J. Anderson is a guess the Marquis. Mr. and Mrs. A. Davids have as then- house pies: ifcss Ida Mitue- wan of Calsary. who Js takvng part in the Provincial Musical Festival evening. TRILIGHT LAMPS WITH BULB Shades extra, to Mrs. Therort----------- been -risitmg re. lor tne past icur months ulii her parent, j Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Johansen. has left for her home in San Diego, j Calif., bv car. She was accom- named bv her sons, Roger and Al- i len, also "her tvnns. Dale and Glen, were bom while she was hsre. parsley, celerv plusses. stuped or "olives are effective perchec a-top a ssndwich" tYa. I thuiS so. to) ar.d leaves may sometimes be used or hare you tried nasturtium blossoms' CYou try 'em iirstj or something to j indicate the kind of sandwich, thar j is to be served." I- -eras abour this time, we care guess, that the menfolk decided Ixrrl Sandwich muse have been a anvwav to ever start a thmg sort. Or maybe they placed the blame where i; belonged on the women (bless their hearts. the most daring of hostesses could see they couldn't, masquerade as sandwiches acy more and so tneir name was chahgec to canapes. TVe are told that the date at which sandwicnes degenerated into canapes, conmcides precisely with the date in which tot cogs refrp being. We can't swear to the gxnlicit truth of this story, out "they that the hot dos> was i indented" by a woman hater who oancmg. vowed he would invent; one food Phyllis Bentley. 23. and Marjoiie _. of Vancouver, ar- Wednesday on iheir York bicycle trip. May 3 and now completed miles of their age of 102. Another greai uncle of 34rs. Tatton, Sir -4 Fltzrov Donald MacLean had the niedal pinned oa turn oy Queen Victoria. Mrs. Tatioa Is enjoying fairly good health and resid-. -S lag "witii her are her son, Victor, also her youngest daughter, Mrs. W. E. Meryyn and Mr. Mervj-n and three grandchildren. Clayion, Alh- son and Glaays Dons Mer- Men have a standing joke among themselves and it is: "What do talk about waen they are by You know they consider it a joke because of a certain twinkle in their ejes that accompanies the question. Very often that- talk is just idle chat- same as it is with men they get together. But seme- it goes much deeper than it be their war was Inf WoJSf Votary Service of England, in an to a public meeting m sae described the wartime of The Women's Voluntary Service of England was continuing Its "so that the children that come raav live ma v uuucx IJULC happiness and she said. a s.a e- r comes a posime danger. The other decency and freecoin and so Sv an old -busy-body'' who just may undertake their work talks with a hope of impressing her audience, did just that, but not in the she intended. She was telling a mother-to-be of the dan- gers facing her in connnemeat, using that tone and expression try- ing to coniey, -I'm. only telling vou for your own good." that js adopted by some women. She suc- ceeded in "planting dangerous seeds of unhappy uncertainty in the mind of the pregnant woman but in do- ing so impressed herself as an ut- terly stupid Make It a Clarke Photo ANNOUNCE AMESDMEST MOTHER'S ALLOWANCE Liethondge Nursing Mission has received notice that, an amendment I has been made to the Mothers' Al- i lowance Act. which provides for j continuation of the allowance to a j if the child is and calls for journey. 'Their 85 miles a day. The "plain of Lancaster countv the Amish sects are firm- ly bound to rigid simplicity DUE po- lice chareed some Amish young chile's 18th year, attending school regularly satisfactory progress. Canadian ores legislation should be broadened to extend the grounds lor duorce "and bring them in line with English divorce law, it nas urged in a report, of the Saskatche- wan Law Society's legislation com- mittee presented at the associa- tion's armoal meeting Wednesday in Saskatoon. even to the ecten: oi strip that, he-men could eat in peace and no woman, would or could stretch her mouth around it. Plans were drawn up and the blueprint, having the highest and widest dimensions as the wincer- Dav falls 02. Friday this year. This beirg a meatless cav in Cscada no ho; doss can be" sold. (But one can still pro- cure many tasty iish pastes on ihe market. These spread on thin Grahani wafers with a corsage of cress or uarslev can be washed down one's favorite THE Mr. and Mrs. Dick Gray of Medi- cine Hat. formerly of Letcbncge, are receiTirs congratulations on trie birtn of a "dausbter, Juditii Ame, bom. Monday, May 20. I Among those from of-warn takmg rsars in the Provincial f esu- I val ic. "i.-ethbridge, is Miss TSelda i FaulSner of who ar- rived in the city Wednesday. Miss Faulkner, pianist, was beam in recital in this citv last November Honnie Eart, formerly of bridge, now living ac Edmonton passed through the city by an: "Wed- nesday, accomoamed by his mother hves at, Calgary. They had been in. California for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. J. Eeintz have re- ceived s. caole from their daughter iCss Vloia Heinitz. stating that she has arrived safely in Sycney, Aus- tralia, and her marriage to Mr John Brown will take place Jane 1. Mr. and Mrs. Chesney Beasley re- turned to the city by plane Tues day evening after spending a few days Calgary. Mrs. Beasiey. who Isricea in Canada aboard tne He de France, from Lonaon. Eng_ amred in Meoicine "3az Saturday i7here she was met by her husoanri. 9 Mr-; 1L HJscipan and her mother. be the of iEss Irene Jack or the holiday weekend. Mrs. T.rWan Goodman of rtooka. is in ihe city and while here wail make her oSicial visii; as president of tas Henekah Assembly of Alberta. to Dominion Hebekah Lodge No. 41 and Paiin Hebekah. Lodge Xo. S3. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Flock have as their house guests, Mrs. H- S. Flock and her daughter. Miss Shirley, and son George, also Mrs. "W. A. Robert- son and her snail daughter, Scaron, and Margreta Peterson, all of Caigarv. Miss Shirlev nock and Miss Peterson are raking part m the festival, Miss Jackie Boyle will arrive in the city this evening to visit her sister brother-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. .ueonarti Hoy. Among the war brides who arrived on tne Letitia wmch docked at Halifax Tuesday morning was Mrs M. Legge, 1914 8m Are. A, J-'onh Letfcbndge. A group of Lethbndge girls lef' today for" BanS wiiere they -snll at- tend s. conference of the T-W-C-S. Engaged nard'. Margare' McCell. Toni Biron ana Jtine Emerson, -Y" girls' secre- Mrs. W. O. Hutton. Isf; today to spend the long weekend visiting Miss Hazel Shanoway left this tary. JVU55 -Eiazei JGJ.I. evening for Medttaae Hat waere she Mrs- Slr. Rodney Irving has retumsd 10 the city from St. Patrick's Col- lege, Ottawa, to spend the summer montns ius parents, JJT. ann Sew This, It's Slim WITH A PALMOLIVE BEAUTY BATH led bk tired? Then taie restrain soothing Palmolive Bith. Yes, whether you prefer a. leisurely tufa, a tingling shower, or 2 qtucfc partial bath at the "wash basin, you'll find that 2. Palrnokve Bath soothes yo-jT nerves relates tired ranscles leaves yoa feeling thoroughly refreshed! Take a Palmotive Both dally. There's relaxation in :t for yon, refreshing cleanliness; and soft smooth skin Palmolive is made wish beaury- rich Palra and Olive oiki TRY PALMOLIYPS 14-DAY BEAUTY PLAN PAIMOUVE Hme raraplexicn LESS OIUNESS IESS DRYNiSS FINER TEXTURE FEWER BLEMISHES Activities Here Comnlimenting Mrs. lallie Good- man, president of the Rebekah As- semblv of Aloerra, an afternoon, tea will be held on Saturday. May 25. from 3 to 5 o'clock, at tne home of Mrs. R- J. Fanser. 542 7th Sr. S. All members of Dominion Hebekah. Lodge No. 41 and Faith Reuekah Lodge Xo S3 and any visiting Re- bekahs are invited to meet Mrs. Gooomas. The Auxiliary to the F.O.B. will meet in the club rooms tonight