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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1946 Diamond Jubilee MILADI Phone Sir IKS a thousand things. el'wars and deaths cf recall lie i-ry s oncer tower, ?n :ne iisf blue noon in VIT.CL up liis way. Crispins "'-e fcroeli besice lae rose, Tfcea. liere. se: Iced Personals ___ jtsge Nat r.. ner Women AROUND THE WORLD Wed Recently r 1I nss returnee. Hose Hart- cf hospital. 3C is a -aeeiena st tne hcme of Mr. ana Mrs. T. iarl ret Moms. -ne Mr. and Mrs. Greentray t T.IJ from across Canada ar- j n-ved in Winnipeg Wecaesdsj to st- j al Caspter Imperial Order; j Daughters cf the Empire -ahicn, Sooens toda-.. Xauona; H. H. Xesv of preside at tne con- The j Association condemned the British J practice of paying I inies" as a mistaken nolle v. _ S. S. Gardner of Ijonton said tnat i; "weaong ;uaiiee en allow a is-oman who is not legal- !y married a? assume aH the of a a long to imcermme the position of the ha'.e ss t.-.e-r Mrs o: rfritisn nee at ;.ears ass and came to Canaca 35 ago tisms up resident? in Spnnj Cou- lee cistrict where Mr farmecu Botn were bom -n the aso anVher >ears aao Tney na-.e been m lithbr-cge" about 20 ;.ears Mr BSD- In? il I Today1 't Reflection -want an adjudicator at a Musical certainly no: L After naming spent jears and >ears receniag a good ausical edu- cation which iits them lor the job, come to Canaca to give this country ihe benefit, of their vast store of knowledge and to educate the contestants and pub- lic to-A-ard a higher staadaro of musical appreciation. We are a jo'ong country in the cultural arts and need the education. But it is like the bitter medicine that does j the most good, one doesn't like tak- ing n. If one hears only Use thuigs one wants to hear, judges are wonderful. But is. point cut the mistakes and tcli how to correct them, saey are nticzed unmercifully- These musi- the for Goodness sake- Try Red Rose! REDROSE TEA "is good tea" cians know vhat- thev are talking i _, jaboiii. Music has been their life's Aft We have the opoonumty to. _, _ June 5-25 j benefit from the adjudications they j gne and if are going to raise, like to th5s Mrs. A. M. iloe. 1012-6tii Ave. S.. Leihbridge, or phone 2840. mch society rests hree children of Goiemor- 1 Viscount Alexander Rill! ipend ihe rett cf the week on ho-i- in uie area and not so to Toronto to mre: their MR. AND MBS. M. ROBERTS Engraving. Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Garrison of Waterways, formerly of Lethbndse. announce the marriage of their second daughter. Prieiila Dean, to lie Lethandge Summer School, of Fine Arts -Rill convene from June J j 3 to 15 For the past 6 years the Lethbridge Sketch Club I j has sponsored a summer course in the Sks hall on Moncav, May 27 i Chaoter So. 7. Cslgary to saii! of MATS 27x15 Chanaic Snag Mais S9.50 2Ti45 Chenille Loop Mats 27x45 Chenille Mats Bath Slat Sets AT! pastel colors, ross, blue, buff, green, gold, mauve, Mr. and Mrs. J. Koasfe and Miss Julia Swedish are spanning the holiday in Waterton Na- nonal'Park. Miss Myrtle Thomas of Calgary who was "in the city competing in ihe Provincial Festival, wss the house guest of Miss Mary Mc- Gladrey. St. Andrew's Ladies' Aid will serve j "Watkms of High River proposed j ther anniversary dinner on Monday. the bride's toast. at 6.30. Admission will be bv ticker Mr and Mr1 H of I The bndai couple left for Leth- only. A musical program, and afdz" annojince the encagemsnt bridge where they took the plane ings will follow the dinner. elder daughter. Jovce, to i-or Following a honev-j i Mr Harold Cation, son of Mr. ana i moon tour of the Island they The friendly Service Group of Ca'ton of New "Westmin- i make their home at Hammond, B.C. the FITK Baptist Church will ineei The mamage will take place i Monday, May 27. as; 8 p-m. at the home of Mrs. Coleman 902-llth NATAL, ft esc: eipect :e snortly. nv weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pollard of formerly of tms city, is a nojicsy i Tqi-e weekenc visitor in the city. _ _ mamase on Juns 15 at High here recently. Wearing a te 3ea Metcalfe left drv Thursdav for Banff where he' r-olicaT weekena vis-Ung Mrs. Metcalfe. Mrs. "57. J. Armstrong, Clark. Mrs. R. V. Maynard and j Mrs. C. E. F. Hiscocks were motor tisiiors at Waterton Xanana! Park on Friday. m Mr. and Mrs. Roy Meredith left iae city Thursday" to spend the holiday "weekend at Saskatoon, Sask. Davidson -ei-es- to his tho wedding m -.3 o? to -S; Jjav'dsoa. caughteT of Mrs. i Club. The was convened by white, floor-length members of the women's executive. with flowing veil and bndal gown anc carrying roses and carnations, ihe bride was given m marriage by Mr. Montegami of Xatel. Miss Sose Porco. niece of tne groom, was _ ijsth- bridesmaid and little Miss Tresa Toronto {Anselmo was flower girl. Mr. Joe Altomare of Kaial was best Tng-n and PoJlia Pugliese, nsnaew of the Beautiful Your Rooms WITH Sunworthy Wallpapers Canada Paint Wallpaper Store Phone 2513 l j "5ay-cson of that citv. The'Srocm. was nrig-bearer. Mrs Hoy Mclntosh of is suending a vacaiion at the Paci- fic boast- Mr. Sidney Harrison andiir.Am- Mo Happiness in the Home When Mother Is Sick The tired, win out easaot ir-aVe s. taopy home if she is act sad -womed by the nerer household cfeaes. Sha gets ran daws, sad nervous and irritable, downhearted and discouraged, can's rest as ufghr. sad geis up ia the morning feeling as tired ss -oiien she went fo bed. "Women snSeriag ia tPts may Sad in Slilbiira's Health and Nerve RDs a remedy -with to belp recuperate taeir health, build up the. run down system, and assist them beck to again. Price SOc a 55 pills, aH drag conrters. Loot lor our cade TTI.VT a on the packaga. T. lEbirrB Tcranto. Osi. ra the city by plane. from er on Mr. F. i S. Macae spending the "week-end with ins parents, ilr. and Mrs. ___ James Mackie. i grooml" who born "tn A wedding breakfast and recen- i is zne of Mr. and Zilrs. F. S. con was held at tne nome of tne Mrs. James Pollock and son, Wil- i pisher now To'-ontc and groom's mother. Sir. and Mrs Fug- Iiara., Miss Svelyn Giason anc Mrs. mamase took alace m St. John's hese will rsade as Natal after a Soy Little spent _ Victoria day at Anglican caurch there, j PoweH Hiver and the Pacific "Waterton National Park. j the bnae's atiendanis wss j coast, 1 Mrs. Donald Carpenter, sister of the Mr. James Stretton who is at- i groom, and several former resi- tne ITniversity of Aloerta, dens of city were guests, in- ducing Mrs. Mana Wallace, Mrs. Ola Hutchings g-g and Mrs. arrived in the city Friday from monton to saend zne week-end with his Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Strercon. Mrs. H. J. left curing ihe i Mrs. S. 3. Jordan. Lethbridge, week for Edmcsitoa wnere sue announces the marriage of her visiting her son and daughter-ill- j youngss- law. ilr_ Mrs. Cecil BTilffest- HX3 (HXS) of local inieresi; look place n KiUmirsi; Bapnsi churcii. Cal- gary, on Aoril 27, "Wmna Eulda, yousgest daughter of Mrs. E. L. HiileEbirrg, of Calgary, and this city, became jthe bnce or John -nmnphrey jaoe Gooper. youngess son of Mrs. A. a. Welcome Home Hut Ceases Operations After liaving entertained approxi- mately 1500 service personnel as weil as manv war brides arriving -n j the city from overseas. The Ladies' j Auxiliary to the Canadian Legion j have closed their -Welcome Home which was situated beside the C.P-R. here. In. con- junction with the entertainment; given, refreshments were served. also treats of cigarettes, chocolate! bars, etc., given to the returning' men and uomen. A small nursery section, was installed for the use j of war-brides with babies who ar- rived here. The hut opened Sen- t tember. 1945. and closed at the end of April this jear. Many expressions of appreciation I were made to the members of the Annual Blossom-Time Tea and Pantry Table of the W.M.S. will be held IN SOUTHMINSTER HALL Thursday, May 30th, from 3 to 6 p.m. _ __ uj. "Leshbndge. Mr. T. Skicmcre leit Thurscay j place Mav 14 at the Pr to suend a nolicay his home in church, 3C. i Gove son of Mrs, Govel also I TraU, Cal- j ausaliary from those who enjoyed 1 took garv. Br. J. Gordon Jones offi- i the hospitality at tne hut. Mem- took, i Presbvterian. Mr and Mrs. .r-hihp Basan and j o.uiet wed- smali son Terrv. of Calgarv, are. mng was solsmni2ed at the home of in _tne cry fcr the holicay week- tne bride's parents on Sunday, May 1 May sang. end. guests Mrs. Bastin's mother, igti. wlien Gladys Olwei only ciaKd with Sev. E. E. assist- j bars of the Legion Auxiliary are The onde s atiendant was ner i most appreciative of the assistance aster, iliss Esther, gnr the groom's i given tnem Dy local orgamzanons Mr. David Standerwick. Messrs i and private citizens. Percy Thomas. Frank Jordan and -7 Jerry Miiligan acted, as ttsnets. Sirs. Mrs. 3. A. Haoy. daughter 01 Mr. and Sirs. P. G. Moses of Macleod. Decame the bride holiday -week-end, Mr j bride, gn j iatner. pale L .s given in raamaga" by her an afternoon dress of blue crepe -Kith navy acces- fHNS) A quiet of interest to VaasnaU'ana Taber took place at the manse of CUPID HITS MUSIC JXJDGE IX CANADA BACKACHE The Plague of Outdoor Men The outdoor -whether he be The treatment engget-ted is Dr. fanner, truck driver, or isihfay Chase's kidney Liver Pills. By operator, is often subject to backache. of tluar sdniulatmg action on Tins nisy be the result of exposure bTer to or tie jotting banjpmg 01 the TeJacle ndes. aroused to action, the To msav people. -wtHaen as well as stunnlated and coaseq-jently these men. it -strajd be greas to be free of organs help to purify the blood of the of the most common poisonous impurities winch bring aad annoying of silmeats. Aud here pains and aches snd tired feelings. is BOW you may be relieved of back- Keep regular asd keep well by sche and other symptoms of poisons using Dr. Chase's budnev Liver Pilb. in tie blood. 35cte. a box. Miss_Mary Shortt returned to Cal- gary Fndav eiemng after being in the ciry to attend" tae provincial fesir.aL While here she tras the guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. Parfitt, Mrs. C H. Matthews and small i son Dsvia ieft Tcursaay evening for Selowna, 3C.. to visit her parents, Sir. ana Mrs A. Aspim. Mrs. J. G. laycock who has soent tne past two weeks visiting wiih her sister Mrs. S. H. Lavery and Mr. Lav-ery, has returned to her home at Swift Current, Sasfc. Members of the Lethhricge Musi- cal Festival committee entertained at cancer Friday mgni honoring j the adjudicators Mr A. Golds- bnrugh ana 5. Damson. Guests j also induced Mr. Free Newnham. i Calearr; Mrs. W. T. Hanuiton. Sa- montor ilr. H W RobertE. Mr j Free iiant. Caigarr; Mr Hsrbert J Timer. Mr Clement Schroeter. H, j Couper. Edmonton, and S. Farquharson. Calgarv the onde. supported the groom. Following tne ceremony a wsd- dmg breakfast was served in the Aerodrome room. Mr. A. i_ Wear It Anywhere Dr. Chase's ss SrheJ of Calgary, is J spending holiday weekend at her 1 home here. I Engagements i Announced I engagement is announced of A. RAWORTH Eev. K. A. Mutchmor united in marriage Miss Screen Jean Wink- ler. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wal- ter Winkler of Taoer, and Richard George BruinweH, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Brumwell of Victoria, B.C. Ths once chose an afternoon dress of rose jersey wita brown ac- cessories and a_ corsage of rosebuds. Miss Betty "Winkier attended her sister. The groom was supported by Mr. Jack Wmkler, brother of the bride. Following the ceremony, a recep- rien neld for tne "immediate friends and relatives. Mr and Mrs. Brumwell left San- day for the Pacific coast. Wearing a traditional white satin gown with lace and floor-length veil and carrying red roses, Delores second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Easmussen of Rosemarv, formerly of Raymond, became the bnde of Mr. Robert Louis Spack- man. eldest son of Mr. and Mrs Elmer Spacfcman of Raymond. The ceremony was performed Thursdav. May 15. in the Alberta Temple at Cardston with President E. J. Wooa j officiating. Attending the bridal couple were Kiss Alice Fav Rasmussen' and Ray Rasmussen, cousui and brother of the bnde. _ A reception will be held later for tne onoal couple who expect to inake their hccne in Rosemarv where the groom will be engaged in farming. MILK A. quiet, weddins took place at tne Lutheran cnurcn in Sunburst. Mont, on Fn- dav. May 17. at 1 pjn when Wava, j youngest, causnter of Mr. and Mrs I Claude E Brown oecan-.e the bndt of ilr. Melvm Danbrook of Sweet i j Grass. Mont. 1 cnoe away by her fath- cr. was cressed in a floor-length gown of satic. Her long veil was arrar.eed with a haio and she carried red roses. i Mrs. Taft cf Sunburst p'ayed the March and Rer. "Nelson officiated The groom was sup- ported by his brother. Troy, of i Sweet Grass. Dora Xett" was i i bridesmaid. A recepaor. was held at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. I. Mur- i ton. Out-of-town guests included Mrs SeliEa Danbrook. Mr. and Mrs. S. Danbrook. Sweet Grass: Mr. anc Mrs. Cecil Brown, Cut Bane; Wai- i ter Brown, CaJgary; Manon Coon- i S er. Coutts. j Send 20 cer.ts to the Lethbrldge' Herald. Pattern Dept_ for eac'-. pat- tern. Two weeks' time should be ACtlVl L16S allowec for pattern to rcacn you The regular meeting of Faith Re- bekah Locge No 93 wiP, be held in hall at eight o'clock Mon- day evening, May 27. The degree will be conferred Sister LoHie Goodman, president of the Rebekah assembly of