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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBfflDGE HERALD MONDAY, MAY MILADI Phone 4040 Goes East Not wealth untold CK gold, beauty rare. But just to live, To cream, to give, Some or_e to care. Personals ilr. and Mrs. A. E. Dupen left on Sjindav lor where the former -sri-i atsend the Aiborta Ho- tej-nen's conves-noa. 01 nhich he js is Calgary sr.d Bd- monton. Xrs. T. H. ilcCreacy has urned 10 her home in the city. j Mrs Jane M-.cI.e3a JU-d tn-o tons Jln-my and Gordon, hare re- Sraed -TO- Mee-ing CreeS filter visions the former's eaiignter, Mrs. Vf. 3. Wessergard. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Beny enter- ined at dinner Saturday tained to Mr. ana Mrs. of iledicine Hst, covers being for 16- Mr and Mrs. Vf. E. Ei.c-.vale were visitors as Calgary frcm LKhteidge. bv Ladies' Organization' Tuesday at p-m. Mrs. opens Tues- Baby at 1216 3rd A.e. S. -vlrs. King I dav from 2 to 5 pjn. i-i Hed Cross f is hostess. Miss Crowe's ana Mrs. rooms- Phone Mrs. W. Lewis to Greectree'j rooms, zcgmer. j an over-all vn I Today's Reflection I j I I: tbe majonty. an over-all view of existing condi- i that as background, A laTi-s for the elfare of Upsprmg agitators If they get more pay they will pay just that much more for the things they get. So will everjbody else. bers "gather Forster's. 1240 5th A, S, at Mrs. H. G. Long. Mas Blanche Laws protection change, of a countrv are made for j are usually little men vviih big ideas of people. As conditions people is often result is strikes and more strikes Tie Ladies' Auxiliary of the Gait hospital -Kill mee. Tuesday, ilay 2s, at 3p.m. Civet's and Mrs. Cook's -sriU meet at tte home of Mrs. James. SOS 15th Ss. S, Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. St. As-gusti-i's "W.A. sections mee: as Misses Parrv's and Moss-____ games, as tre.! as a _ cards, recoras, siibscriptions- KXteTjfteSrcia. will i comforts, civilian OF to DC. order tent to Britain civilian reliefs -The shipments .amounting, M61.5W.; order speiv civilian relief and other nng the six years of war. During; the vear just passed dustry and unsettling people, also making the long-hoped-for peace of the world fade into a misty dream. What strikers gain In the roundabout, they lose in the swing. DANCE TONIGHT EAGLES to IRONING BOARDS r, North Lethbridge Hardware These are davs when it is more im- portant than'ever to remember that without vision people NOXEMA SUNTAN OIL Allows witi-out painful burciag. 3Oc and 6OC The Family Drui Phone 33M Children's Manorial Mont- real Que. Miss Koefer, caugnter of Mr. and Mrs. F H. Eoeier of this err, graduated fro_n Paul's hcsp-tai;, 3C.. April 30. Johns. Cranbrook. became the Saturday Mr and Mrs. AKaur S-orns left their home ra Medicine i2a; Sunday evening after being the guests of Mrs. C. A. Former Lethbndge residsnts, Mr. "f church, Cranbroofc. _ The fandssrcsid tras .Miss Side, Xew_WesanlEster__and Mr._ b5t nian. Mr. T.' X. Beyrion played the wedding miisic Mrs. Charles Harrison sang. a reception a; the home and "W E- soss of Calgary, J of the bnde's oarents. the couple Regu-a. Sask_ -srere visi- left On a honeymoon inp to Banff wrs in'ihe city over the National Part. s Mr. and Mrs. Bums -Kill resioa on Miss Haze! Bletcher has returr.ed Portland, Ore. to her home in the city after s tna to Ontario. Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Ward wsre recen; TSMTS nere from Sign River. _ _ Lethbridge. _ davs in the city lro-a Came bar- racks, Calgary, where she is sta- tioned. f Mrs. A. A. McNally and her son, Jimmy, have renimed to the cry frori their summer cottage as Water-on National Park where they spent the weekend. Mr and Mrs. O. J. Mart-a of SDokai-e, Wash, have been visiting ni the cny and distnci, the former looking after land interests m this district. spring rook place here as the 11. D. Dowcle home. Wednesday. 22. ivhen. eldest dsugh- terr LaRue. became the bride of Pie Dcrra Ebad, C.W.A.C.. of S-ocev W. Xeason, son of Mrs. A. thbrdge has been saendins a few Sell of Lethbridge. The bride Barbara arrived in the citv to day from Nelson, B.C., to spend z few cays here the guest of Dr. and Mrs. B. Cairns. She is en route to OttaTra, Out. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Cooper and Mr. toid Mis. A. Christie have re- tinned to the city after having spent the long at "Wacer- ton Kaaonai Park. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. McDonald left during the Treefc-end to spend a few davs in Calgary. Mr. and Mrs. T- M. Newton Isft Sunday IOT Victoria, B.C., -srhere vsiU reside In future. a Trtuie ssan snd net long goira. a fuil-leng-h veil held in lace by a. beaded coronet and car- ried s. bcucues of calla lilies and She "-was given in marriage rt" her father and attended bv her ister Said. Mr. H. A. ilcDonald of Calgary was best rnsr- Bishop L. Cahoon performed he ceremony. Daring the signing f the register Mrs. Lloyd Gregson sansr. "Wednesday evening a reception given by the bride's parents or more Thai? 200 Mr. Mrs. Neilson. trill reside In Leth- bridge. Activities Here Uathesis Club annual luncheon s being held Tuescav. May 23, at Mrs. McLean's, 1104 5tn Ave. S., at :30 Mrs. George Draffm. and son Master George, reromed to the city during the treek-end after having snent the pass six weeks in real, One. Mr. and Mrs. W. Satterwaitte had as their guest this Mr. "Wiffiajn Miller cf Calgary. 'm Mr. B. Cook returned to Si- moiuXHi. he is attending TJniversity of Alberta, after spend- ing the week-end in the city his Barents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W Cook. Weddings CHASHROOK, B.C. (EN5) Recently, Lucille Georgine Johns daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morgan MOTHERS" ALLOWANCE ACT NOT FAMILY ALLOWANCE In the Nursing Mission Report for April, published in the Herald last week, it was reported in error "that ff an amendment to tbe family allowance bill nro-sided for the continuance of the al- lowance to a child's 18th year Jf the child is attending school and progressing satis- ff factorily." 11115 amendment applies to the Provincial Mothers' Aliowanca Act and NOT to the Dosoinion Familv Allowance Act. ff Kappa Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority will meet tonieht. Monday, at at the house of Miss BetU- may Brysn. Nursery for children, of war brides Women AROUND THE WORLD Congratulatory telegrams Hooded into MarlDorough House from many uarts of Britain, t-ie Smpire ana the United Scares u> greei Queen ilary, who was 79 Sunday. A resolution urging members of the senate to refuse to ratify a bill changing tile name of Dominion Day to Canada Day was approved this -s-eek by rfae Nat.onal Execuave Comiaittee. Irapsnal Order Daugh- ters of the Empire, at Toronto- a Goes to Coast Kodak Supplies For Amateurs A.E. CROSS SON THIRD ATEXCE SOUTH Engravine. Miss Cecel-a McTsggart, of Shaugnnessy who has just received I her discharge from the Canadian 1 Women's Array Corps, left the city Friday evening for Vancouver. Siie s had been m the army a year. fttl Hew the lew bride CM eitertaii soecessfvlly There's something special about enter- taining as a Mrs. for the first few times, so you'll want these events worthy of remembrance. If you're a. novice at en- tertaining and a bit shy about going ahead, remember that the simplest dishes can become food triumphs when served with a. little extra flourish. Keep It Simple and Informal Unless you've had worlds of experience in en- tertaining, then it 15 best to keep things simple aad informal- For an all-femi- nine get-together, why not give a mid- morning brunch or a luncheon? When the menfolks are in on the party, we suggest a Sunday morning breakfast or a buffet supper or midnight snack party. BRUNCH PARTY Mixed Fruit and Berry Cocktail in tall stem sherbet glasses, gar- nish with a mint or nasturtium leaf.) Creamed Chicken and Ripe Olives on Waffles LUNCHEON Tomato Bouillon with Avocado (Float avocado cubes in bouillon just before serving) Salted Crackers Crab or Chicken Salad in Lettuce Cups Celery Biscuits (Add J4 Up. celery seed to biscuit dough) Marmalade or Jam Lemon Ice in Meringue Cases SUNDAY BREAKFAST Choice of Tomato Juice or Mixed Fruit Juice Eggs An Gratia in Custard Cups Sausage Cakes Oatmeal Muffins Jam or Honey EGGS AU For each serving place 1 tbsp. evaporated milk in greased custard cup; break egg into cup, season and sprinkle with grated cheese and bread crumbs. Bake in moderate oven F.) about 15 minutes or until egg is set. BUFFET SUPPER Casserole of Spaghetti and Meat Balls Tomato and Mixed Green Salad with French Dressing Relish Plate of Olives, Onion Slices, Radishes, Pickled Beets, Celery and Carrot Strips Heated Hard Rolls Cream Cheese Apple Pie a la Mode MIDNIGHT SNACK Frankfurters on Toasted Buns Choice of Cheese Spreads Cole Slaw Pickles and Relishes Brownies Hot Coffee Dh-tcter Tbe Bcreaa Ax Sffnrfr Sfrrfer Pot Roast Hound 3oae or CS-uck ib... 21c It's worth a lot to know the meat you serve is right. That's an assurance you have when you bring Safeway Guaranteed Meats to your table. Every cut is unconditionally guaranteed to be tender, juicy and flavorful. And, although you would expect them to sell at premium prices, these fine meats cost no more than ordinary meats. It's another reason folks are saying, "You get more for your money at Safeway." We sell only Red Special and Blue Commercial Beef Round 35c T-Bone Steak 39c Short Ribs biw I3c Plate Boil u. lOc Cross Rib Roast sr-26c Prime Rib Roast Sirloin Tip Roast HAMBURGER Lean, Always Fresh Lb LAMB CHOPS Eib Loin. Lb 38c Bologna By tiie Piece Lb.......22c Salmon Bed Spring Lb.......42c Halibut Presh Lb...... Head Cheese Union Lb.......27c Beef Hearts Jlor Baking Lb. Beef Liver Sliced Lb. 23c IOC Silverback Buster 16-oz. tin lobby's Srees Mixed 9-oz. jar Casde Crest '..20-oz. tin Harper House 20-oz. tin Evaporated 29C Prunes size so-.o 2 29c Sauerkraut s-oz. tm 15c COFFEE 's Drip or Rerolar Grind 1-lb. tin 43c llC J D Corned tseer Vegetables sums on vanity Fair 23-oz. tin JUlCe sun Rype, 20-oz. ...2 tins Boiled Dinner uDDyS is-oz. 20 c SODAS U3.C. Economy 1-lb. pkg... ISc COFFEE Nob H21 ib... 40c Canterbury 1-lb. ctn. OOC Broder's, No. 5, 20-oz. 2 tins green 20-oz. tin Kadonan Diced, 20-oz. 2 tins Heinz Tomato, 10-oz. ____ 2 tins- Kellogg's Variety Pkg. Carelli Fancy, 14-oz. 3 pkgs. Baby Foods 5-02. 2 ens 15 c Prune Nectar S2. 32-oZ bctue39c Diced Carrots ....20-02. tm 12c Orange Juice California ...20-02. tm FSVITS veeermtf CHIPSO Large Size Ration Time Table Week beginning Monday, May 27th, 1946. Coupon Jfos. Rl to HS inclusive now valid. Coupon Nos. Si to S14 inclusive valid. Coupon Nos. M29 to JI38 inclusive sow Coupon Ko. becomes valid elay, May 30th. 25c OXYDOL Large Size 25c The season's finest produce is available now at Safeway. Lettuce Field Tomatoes Firm, Ripe Texas 19c California Celery Cabbage California California .............................Lb. 16c 13c 8c Very Heavy Army Canvas Covered Print Studio Lounges One, Two or Three Pieces .Two or Wine RNE-8UT ffJUKf ATE US (XT Of HOUSE AND DO 1CU IT COSTS PHONE I NIGHT CHAPEL Afta New Peas 1 3C California. ..............Lb- Oranges 25 C Valencia ..............2 Ibs. New Potatoes 23 C California ............5 Ibs. Watermelon Honda Grapefruit -2 Ibs. 10c 21 c Buy ALL OUR ODUCe. A'lcATS. AND GROCERIES-RIGHT CVei? AT SAFBWAV TVe geST-6UT COSTS LESS IN We tefs GO ACROSS. JANE! I WANT TO TRY IT! NEWSPAPER! Pineapple Fresh Cuban 2 Ibs. See how you save make a 3O-day test Try shopping at Safeway for 30 days: Buy all your food require- ments and enjoy the very best. You'll notice real savings. Safeway prices are low on every item, every day of the week. To fa SAFEWAY :WSPAPLRI ;