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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEDNESDAY, MAY 29, 1946 MILAD 4040__Women's 4040 t! against her sheer -nhite govra H wi'-h she wore a veading '.eu and forget coronei. made an eSect at the marriage oi IGlacvs Patricia, daughter of Mr. and 5dri. I- Rosatree to Mr. James Graduates Friday FIRST FLIGHT Mr. anc Mrt. F. J Browne tnree leam to fly. 4t Srst they isrere afraic to Ye: "when at lass they tried they foauci They did not pi'-inmiet to me gastms Victor Smith off m the onde's sifter, liiss Florence Row ntrce. her aitendant ana i her "brb'hers. Rooert. grccnis-1 aid Detect ss ushei. t La-e- a receouon was helc at the' of the parents Mr.! snd Mrs Peeoles left :or a j .o _ _r_ taiing S :cge. i Fillip" m C H. Daniel Mr p-S the- home after a Texas. Bettv Moncay left plane three Victoria Day. May at the First Bactist nianse tn Leth- hndge. Misa Dorotny Read oi den. Sask.. oecame the bnce James lIcLeoo. son of Mrt. v- to spend a three Scott, oi this citj, Gerald 3 C. by Mrs. Cunning- Mr, and Mrs. A. acconipa-! the %ore a 4 i WOMEN AKOL'AU TMK li. >'O MISTAKE When a bnde here recent'y she was met at v the train by Aitien. welfare oificcr. He her where she bom. Rr.er." said sue. The he I met tne -Aren't joa Mrs. W. il- Hoi- Jo oiiva Dsonue oak for the Ooutts he asked. She was. Her 51 faniily left Mlik .0 fibiKMav quieslv. >ears ago for England where i she met and married her husband. Mrs. Hoiba'-t -vas shrilled to return to South- ern Alberta and said her par- ents like to do the same. Queen Hizabeth Tuesday awend- "f'ed the opening meetusg of the an- Tlnual convention of tbe National "f.' Federation, of Women's Institutes. Taelve vears ago Tuesday five sere born to Mrs. Oiiva Dsonue tiny farmhouse at CoUanaer. >ear they celebrated their j Pnncess Shzaoeih was re-elected president of the National Society "f for Prevention of Cruelty to Chil- JHA.U-V- is i: triif- this jear with ihou- sansis starving in Europe waiting j haasrsly for oar grain. Man can Co mncn bat he cannot produve ram. Some have tned but their scientific methods were unsuccess- iiEiL Irngatiori is of great vorth in A new policy of immigration, based on "moral obligation to sai- fenug couniries and increased pros- J s been by baby was born early Tuesday Mrs. "Richard Fessenden by the Personals light of lanterns held by fao vol- drv country but coes not etjua! 'i Weddings Rain proves it. Mrs A. S. Clark are T bncge visitors from Moose SaskI Her "L. L. Grant returned to from Oshawa. Ont fcjtita B motor. m I Mr. and Mrs. W. J MtGill Tuescay .rcm j Calgairy. j -cute to ineir home 20. Great Falls. Mont.JMr.j Under The Bridge mp.h- 40 m.p.h. North portion 15 m.p.2. Thurscay. Low Thurscay oO SlecYcine Hatl-CIouc? Showers era oi tae late Mr. S-.. and Mis. Louie Ksne. Joe Ffcuap. Mr. and Mrs. H. F j son of Cut iirs. G- Hatmani of 642 12th St. S wao has resided tee city for masT vears. celebrated her com birthoaV on Tuesday. Sfie was non- orec by members O- her at Picture Framing A.E. CROSS SON HlHTt AVENUE S. Announcements DH. D. A. RYLiSTJS I2EISTIST ?hone 2497. CSTot vet m __ Lto-s WHIST DHIV3 AXI> DANCE_ In the Hall TOXIGnx- Cards S-30 pJ2- Dancing 10 p-m. "brarch of at Taber. today Campbell Brvans, Brown and Tuttle to and after June 1 1845. this o-'ice will close at 6 pjn No eve- ning, holiday or Sunday office Births and Mrs G. Aroersol: ap" nounce tne birth" of a son, at the C-alt Hospital on 24ia. S9i Deaths Three-Piece KROEHLER Chesterfield Wtae -with one jreea or blue cnair 23th. Charlotte 75 vears, beloved wile oi thTlate UitAwell. Services mil OP he'd In Martin 3rcs. Chapei on Frfday at 2 the Rev. Leslie It Grant officiat-ns. Interment in tne -amily plot, ilountaln View cemetery No tlo-xers by recuest iiarcn'sros. directors of Si" at Car- mangay on Mar 27th. Liliian May. vears. beloved -vnfe of Del- mar Hegiand. Services -sr-.il oe nela in the United Church. Carmangay. on Thursdav at 2-30 p.m.. the Rev. Peter Davrson officiating. Inter- ment in the family plot. Martin Bros, directors of funeral service of the opening of a Bank of" Montreal im" the rapid development oi cist'-ict r. is anticipated acdi- tional oan'-un? sen ices at Taber toil oe appreciatec. Kn-ER LEVEL RISES raised tr.e -aster leiei cf n-.er here eight -..o-oes TUSSCSV. City Manager J-_T The Herald today, ne added that the river a not in flooc, however. FCXERAL JOHX FCLTON- John Faiton. who tor many ysa-s fanned north of Vulcan ciec re-j centiv and was buried at Vu-can; following services m tne TJpsted church there. Mr. Fulton was bom at Moy. County Tyrone, j Ireland ana came to Xeepawa. j Man. he was 16. Hater he j hornesteaded there, corning to _tne Vulcan district m 1906 and settling eignt miles north of the town. Meetings Odd Fellows' Anniversary Service Ocd Fellows and Henekahs wiL celebrate the 127th anniversary Oi 1 the Order m the Odd hall 1 tonight (Wednesday) at 8 o clock. Credit Unior. members and their I friends are invited to hear an aa- dress 03 CONA ESSUR-tSCE by Mr. ilonro on Thursday, iiav 30, at 8 m the Court House. XATTTE OF TABER, DIES IX Service for Mrs. T. CliSord TEA TOWEL TABLE In Memoriam In loving memory of dear hus- band father and son, Lawrence Tuliocn, who passed away May 29, Too far away for sight or speech. Bui not too far for thought to reach, _ Sweet, to remember him who oncei was here i Ana who, though absent, Is IUST; as j dear. _ f j Ever remembered by ills wue j and family and mother. 35- j In Jovins msmorv of Biilv Patera 1 who passed away suddenly, May j 2Sth, 1945. The blow was great, tne snocs severe, little thoushi his death so near, i Oniv thosa who lost can tell. 1 The" sorrow of parting without fare- remembered ever loved. Mummy, Jimmy and Marilyn. 910 CHMSTENSENBBOS. PHONE 28O2 Social and Dance Older the auspices of L. A. to Canadian Legion on Friday, May 31 Social Dancing MR. KEW'S ORCHESTRA Gents 35c, Ladies 25c- EVERYBODY WELCOME PHONE 3561 DAT OR NIGHT LOCKE Feature soloist appearing Mart Kenr.ey ar.c His West- ern Gentlemen at the "Water- ton Lakes dance Saturday evening, June 3th. Ach eriisemen STEVE'S TAXIS SPECIALIZE IN PROMPT AND COURTEOUS SERVICE YOU CAN GET ONE IMMEDIATELY BY DIALING 4058 EVEPxYTHING TOOLS Now For Sate At HICK Hardware Co. Ltd. Phone 3762 SST'a St. Mark's l than the satisfaction oil bold their usual meeting on and distnci residents. Bspe-IMav 31 ai ja. FREE TIRE INSPECTION AVOID SLOW SERVICE We will examine %our tires, remove nails, glass, etc. Trimbles for Tires 31S Eleventh St. S. Phone at Edmonton Vrs "wm. Stones of Macleod is a patient m St. Michael's hospitaL J. M. Henderson OPTOMETRIST Second FIooi Phone 385? -EATON'S The New S-in-1 Quintuplet CAN OPENER Guaranteed S Tears NorthLethbridge Hardware OX AKBITBATIOX BOARD CALGARY, May Mover. Drumceller lawyer, has been appointed to represent nine Cal- garv hotels on an arbitration boara to settle a dispute over signing of an agreement with Hotel and Res- taurant. Emplovees Union of D local 265. Carl Berg, Edmon- ton, vice-presidens of the Trades and Labor Congress of Canaaa. will represent the union. The arbitra- tion does not concern me dispute with beverage dispensers._______ Regular size 200 sheets 15c One to a Customer MAN'S SIZE 200 sheets Jackson Family Drug Store Phone 3354 Featured at Rylands HUNDREDS LOVELY WASHABLE SUMMER DRESSES We've large collection of these lovely crisp fashion-fresh frocks Ginghams, san toys, piques and many other novelty fabrics up to BLOUSE BEAUTIES From to _ up you'- wardrobe no-vv with one of these smart blouses, frilled or tailored. These will rejuvenate your skirts, your suits, add to your smartness. When Making Your Own Wardrobes Use McCALL PRINTED PATTERNS 38-inch New Printed CREPES AND SPUNS Xew arrival? this week. These colorful fabrics are all washable, and are shown in smart colorful designs. Yard........... 89c YOU ARE INVITED TO VISIT OUR STORE THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY And see the fabrics of tomorrow under the personal supervision of Miss Edna Woolfrey and Miss Jane Laidlaw. 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