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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD TUESDAY, MAY 28, 1946 MILAD To Be June Bride Phone 4040 h ATen of Mrs. C. i v Mr 'c v Glenca-f Do 'ear the force of the -seix of the The" slash cf the Mrs. J i Go face triers, and ught thero, Be savage Go hssgrv cold the Go vace'hke the crane- The palms of your hancs tell The skin 01 chees TVI-. tan. Yea I! grom fassec anc wear} anr swarthy, Bat jou'U waJS: a mas' Mr anc Mrs. J B. Bragg Lethsr-cs" Moncar from Personals SFincher Or I Preset: cf BeLe- isho ias oeen :he ptejo- to return to rosie 1 After VISI-.TS m Medicine Helen Garcons? nas returned Thrall is leaving the sne isill nt'end :he grscuation of her caughter. Miss Baroara. from Alma College and en route mil visit Mrs. Rex of at Toron- -o Later Thrall -sol! be tne guest of 3ir. and Mrs. "SXfrec :ori si ftnt, Former res-cen'a of Leihcniige. Mr asc Mrs J S. of Cal-; socn: the weekend m tre" cuj rttummg to their home' 1 Mrs. P. Lmcquis; and Cornne, cf Taoer, ot> tors at the NOTICE TO CHltDKEX 1 Owing to oaoer shortage it is necessarj- :o discontinue. temporariiv. the page. "Bojs and Girls of Sou-hern Al- berta." AppLcazion forais to iiiii continue to be accepted ana ings. mJ appear each week batons sent Will Be Married in June v i I Mrs 3nc Howe of is i tne IOJXS- celegates in meet a: the home of Mrs. Clements.; 524 Eighth street scutn, on Thurs- j Maj 30, a: 3 pjs. I The esecuuie of the Lethbridge Presbvtenai -a ill meet in South- raiaister hall, Friday, 31, at 3 o clock. The annual oloasom tune :ea ace taole sso-rsorec the Wo- Miss-onarv of Sositr- minister church be ne-d m the 1 church hail on JMay 30 from three :o sis o clock. aili be made welcome. i s i The will noul :heir regular tea. at the of Sjster Kcs'elmk or- J 29, at S p-m, a: 1224 lOin (Aie. N. The Senmg Atuoliarv of South- ninister church mee: at the aoice of Mrs. ScotJ. Sx> 10th Sz S. en Wecneicaj, May 39, a'. Miss Masa Haraaguch: of Assmi-, boia. Sask-. awarcec tne_ Snza- ,____ Jubilee Banquet At St. Andrew9s nc The engagement is announced of Kay. csughier of Mr. and JIrs Gorccn Bremerton, "c Mr Gordon AUred. son of air. ar.d 'Mrs DoagJas Alirea of Carcs'on The marriage take place June 11 at the Alberta. Temple. Cardstos, wh. President H. J. Wood offic WOMEN AKOLMJ WOKJ-U B ie! the convent-on being helc there. Miss Loss Pendergast has re- turned to ner home in Noo'eforc after aavmg been the treekerid guest of Miss Lois Felger. After spending fsro weeks m the rurrled 'o her home m Ha- "While here she tras tee guest Kodak Snaps Enlarged A.E. CROSS SON THIRD AVEJTCE S. spending ;ne houoav ena m Calgarv. L-itv Balden has reiumec "to htr home in tne id'.. Wnue tnere she ivas the I gues: of Mrs. J. lorm- erl-. of Letnbncse. i After spencmg tne noliaay treek- i i enc wiih her parents, Mr. and Mrs 1C D. MurphCm the Miss ?a- tncia Murph- his resumed to Sac- red Heart con-.ent at Calsarj I _ vears of when she Saiurcav .n a class oj nine from puolic has- scnoa! SKIRTS LONGER: COLOR BRIGHTER Artf1VifipC iLICO White Chenille BEDSPREAD With ntulti-coloi pastel trun to ____Dorothv has armed in zhe from Nteua'sra. Msn and is toe'suest of her sister, Mrs W H. Mr ana Mrs L W Hay 3eli cf i Ca'earv are in Pmcirer Creek to fie of formers :ather, the Mr A H 3eh. the -aeekend Miss Gertrude en-ertainea at a miscel- laneous sr'O'srer honoring Wortmngton, June once- elect. i ss RocLenbach and .......Billie Hearts of Wiley, Co'o-aoo arrived in Lethanage Sunday 1 tnev guests of me former's par- enrs. Mr and Mrs Walter Hocken- bach. After a nnef visit rela- tives and friends of Wrentaaja, tney return to Boulae5" Coloraco, Miss Rockenbacn be married June 16 to Mr. James Bur- ger of McClaTe, Colorado Mr and Mrs. C. Castles and Mr and Mrs. J. Mac-cwooa weekend visitors in Great fails Montana. i Mr. and Mrs Russel Wioer of Bcunontoa are the guests of Mr. j ana Mrs SL Marks. Unitec chiirch will be helc Thufscaj. May 30 a: 3 in the nail Members are 3Si.ea to take tneir SepTember 1945 Missicn- The XiCthanGge "Women's Iristi- tute vrjl ho'c a a seeing meeting on Wecnesda. a" "re home 01 lits A Craham. bj5 5th S Mrs. Zooks anc non o: Andrew s Lcciea' A.C vrJl meet at tne dome of Mrs Da% e, 1733 Firta avenue nonr1 a- 2 30 Wecnescay Visnors welcome Skirts are longer and col- o's are brighter jucgir.g a st.le revue ot cottons fea- tured as. Eaton anc Co store here Moncav ana Tueadaj af-emcons o> Miss Brenca Reec. fashion cesigner of yew York, sne a o: -.immer laca- tton is-arcrobes Floral patterns of gay col- ors celc the -sith the lengtn of ca-.ame frocks being cetimte'v well oelov; the knee. Taro smart eve- ning dresses ot cotton uere sho't'Ti. Tne bare look lea- playtime trocks in cot- ton. Keen 'n stjles and mateials was snovm b_. tne ptibUc. i V (AVesttrood. Nelson. BC: Theresa, 'youngest daaghrej of Mr. and Mrs L. Arnolt, to Lambert son of Mr and Mrs J. S'nefeL H ALBERTS WINS LOJXE. Alberta 1x011 the trephv :or 'ne province the largest per- centage of subscni-tion increase so the orcers magazine, celegatcs at- tencing the 46th annual meeting of :he Rsucstal chapter at iWsruupeg vi ere told Mondai. 1 The" organization a encosnieKt I fur.Q now stancs at S114SS7 i.i.h contributed last, Ob- jecme bv 1350 is SSOOOCi Sales of "War Sa.mgs Stamas ana Certificates curing 'he las- me jears totalled S1S3376. Total num- ber of acuve ccapte's is 952. less than las: lear Tr.ere eignt provincial. 30 muniocal. 849 pnrc- ary ana 55 junior chapters a total membersniD or Diamond jubilee banquet of St- Anorew's church tiras by more than 150 guests in "the church hall Moadaj njgnt Rev E- L. Garvin presidms. and Mrs. John Craig, original mem- ber of the congregation here in 18SS among tnose presect. The other original member of St. Andre's." s residing in the city, but unable to attend the banquet, is Mrs. Hugh Macbeth dinner a program presented in the church auditorium. Greetings Tiiere extended from Adj. A. Cartmell from the Micisserial association and the Sal- tation Army; Rev. Victor "S. Smith from the Asgacaas of the cisy; Rei. H. A. Mutchmor of the TJnited church: Rei. Gerald Ward. Baptist church. Congratulatory greetings aere received from ttro former pas- tors. Rev. J. N. Hepburn now of Klrklanc Lake. Onu and Rev. W.-E. KeEey cf Lis'owel. Ont. j Musical numoers nere contribut-, ed bv the church choir and the j ladies' chorus also Mr. T. Fizsej, Miss Janes Larsen, Miss Jane Aus- tin. Mrs. J. Petne. Mr A B Hogg, K.C-, gave a resume of the history of the church. leen Holmes has returned home for j the summer from Vancouver, -Rhere she has been studying ATTENDS CONFERENCE Peter I Daiiso" of Champion spent a week in Edmonton attending the United Church conference. j Today's Reflection "If jou tiant to keep anytJucg YOU baie to gne it Thai paracoskical statement set me think- ing as it iMll jou.-if jou ponder cner it. Then something iiappened riant oefore me n> proie tae truth, of those worcs. With a shy little a recent brice told of spring bouquet thich had to her from a local den. "I suppose it brightened up home no-end, hke flowers al- another person remarked. Hesitatingly, and, iMtb a IOCK. the girl repheo. "When I -sas on my way home, a dear old lao> admired them so much I them to her but rd loved to kepi them." Had she taken them home ihev isace a. bright spot of cheer for a fen cajs ana then been throis-n out and lor- got'en. Instead, that bouquet con- tinues to m her heart because U was a gift of Foot Lotion For Tired Feet 25C bottle A sure rehef for sacaiv feet, corns, bunions and callouses. Jackson The Familv Dru? Store Phone 3364 i HOME OV Engraving. Dor- ihr Gordon, bnde of Mr. Cecil Gpr- aon. arnvea at Coaloale on Surdaj to join her husbana. ha'ing been Recent Marriage Southern Alberta Graduates Eitdbcock 01 Aldershot. England) vred last SeDtember ar Gros- venor ilethocUSi Cnurch, Alcersnor. Engagements j Announced Mi- and Mrs. S. Good announce the engagement of their youngess daugater Beryl, to FO George Ed- i son or Mrs E- Stubbs of Abaotsfora. 3 C The -veil Take place June 5. Mr. and Mrs. George Sutnerland of Nelson, announce the en- gagerrent of their eldest daugnter. Jemima Shearer, to Harvev Melville Proui. onl> son ol ilr and Mrs C. LerhbT-idge. me cmg to take place m Tjagraving. are recent graduates from the Holr Cross hospital, Cal- garv and are. left to ngni. top io-x Marj Rooens Alice Eollaoar. Magma; Biancne iMcIntyre, Coleman. Second Shirlev Snroule. Taper; Frances Cullen Island, Joyce Cnnsnan- son. Calearj, 01 Lethbndge Bottom rots-. Elsie Nugent, Bow Islana, Alma Cyr, Pmcfcer Creek; Rose D'Amico, HiHcrest. MEDTCISS SAT (ENS> sagements announced here induce tnose of TSTmona Mae younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs Faroes and Lsrkm Williams son of Ilr and Mrs 3 L. WiHjams of Vancouver, Pear" youngest oaugnrer of Mrs X. Lupa to Mr. Joseph Shore, eicer son of Mr and Mrs M. Snore; Alvmia, eldest dauehLer of Mr. ana Mrs J Ren- Lieut George Douglas WCOQ. son of Mr. ana Mrs Clarence "YouTltreas'jre a charming perman- enc record of the most precious oar of your Clarke photo of jou in your -sreddiag atare ana a pboto of the reading group. Clarke Studio Downstairs, McFarland Phone 2010 Engraving Mr and Mrs K L Stsac'-nnan were mamed recen-ly in the Aloerta i Temo'e Caroston. They trill be j taking up residence m Rosemary district. ifc My Policy Bought It" 0 "little did I realize when I took policy otit at the age of fifteen that ir -would assist me in the purchase of a home." So a public utilities -worker to The Imperial Life following receipt of the proceeds of his Endowment insurance. Ask htm today his opiaion as to the value oflife insurance and you wjll get an enthusi- astic answer. He invested in his first Imperial policy ivhile still attending school, working in his spare time to earn the money for the premiums. Over the years this Imperial Endowment has meant to him protection for his mother of late years for his wife. And now; to climax its usefulness, -when making one of the most important purchases of his life Imperial Endowment "swung the deal" by helping to provide the needed funds. Looking ahead ten, fifteen, twenty years hence, will in cash be useful to you then? You can provide it in convenient instalments now, and in the meantime gne protection to your dependents, by investing in an Imperial Life Endowment Policy. NEW YORK FURRIERS FUR STORAGE Our newly equipped cooler system fur storage vault offers complete protection for your precious furs during: the summer months Bring them in now. Let a furrier with a world-wide knowledge and over 35 years experience in the handling of the finest of fur'garments take care of your precious furs. Our charges are the most reasonable. We gh e ou an all-risk policy at no extra cost. Choose New Furs Now AT New York Fur and Dress Shop Third South F TOR FIXER FURS Opposite Library When Tired Out! Shk! YOU NEED MORE LIVER BILE Stiemte S9ft twn piitts daily, yet mmy gtt wrfjr MB. lire; We feshs dijsl jour fowl mil pronijes jour boar's 1 natural IaElirs.Lack of bile cznses bodadies, oesSjabiOjiaiTjtstaa, loss of ecergr. 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