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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD THURSDAY, MAY MILADI WOMEN WOKJLi) Arrives Friday IMPORTANT NOTICE Phone 4040 j The Greater Wrsriipeg Housewife Consumers" Association, aciocatms retention of pnoe centre Is. will cucl a memDershlp campaign Jnce f 6, to be knoi.ii as Day." j lar. Mrs. Hs ras FRAGMENT Roarer is fee crannied -sail, In a coma for roorr.iis. a 3E-- ;o a -onaal. I thy daughter a: I niooiie collision las: Xov 3? ana i has lam unconscious since then in to paper shortage It will not be possible to publish the monthly reports of Lethbndge IOJXE- chap- ters f in tee city are recsuestec to keep notices for church activities down to bare f acts regarding services- Recent Wedding im Activities Here i I Bros, chapel Kiday at 2 Under The Bridge PLENTY Of HORSEMEAT Already horses have gone through the CQ-operatrve horss- nseat plant at Swift Cur- rent and Edmonton, L. B. Thomson of Swift Current, president of the oomcwiKv, told the Herald Thurs- day." He was in the city on business and attended the Ranndell meeting night. "We are killing 1.000 horses a seek at the two nlants and the demand for the pro- bact is amazingly good in continent- al he said. In Police Court J Herald Engraving. 3 Father j John Baplaml officiated at the wec- 1 ding, May 9, of Jean, eldest l ter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Caeck. 1 and John K- Swanson, soil of Mrs. f RAINS SOUTHEAST Good rains fell on the range lands of the southeast Wednesday night. George Ross. Aden rancher, told the EersM Thursday. Rain was badly needed to give the grass a good stan. Weather Montreal Toronto Wtanipe? Esteran 'Regina Grande Prairie Swift Current. Medicine Hat Lethbndge Caigary Drumheller 72 38 56 37 61 53 43 50 53 47 64 45 63 42 .09 .07 .03 .70 loi .10 .32 CONFIRM APPOINTMENT Official confirmation of the appointment of A. E. Palmer as superintendent of the Do- minion Exoetiraenlal Station here, succeeding Dr. W. IL Fair- field, was receiteti from Ottawa Thursday. Mr. Palmer has been acting officer in charge since Dr. Fairfieid retired in January. GetWefl Greeting Cards A.E. CROSS SON THTED AVENUE SOUTH PREPARE FOR FILM A party frora Paramount studios. Hollywood, spent Wednesday night at the Queen's hotel in Macleod en route 10 Jasper National Park where a picture js to be made. May -Bins" Crosby will star in the film, the United !of and-5530 costs. Vancouver Victoria Forecast Cloudy clearing to- night. Northwest -Kinds miles per hour today- West winds 15 asiles per hour Friday. to- night 35. High Friday 65- Meoicme Hat Overcast, today, cloudy Friday, clearing rYiday af- ternoon. Northwest wines 30 miles per hour. Becoming -arest, at 10 Friday. Low 40. High Friday 65. Deaths away on Tuesdav. May 28th. Charlotte Luck- sell, aged 75 years, beloved of the late James Luckwell. Services will be held in Marun Bros. Chapel on Fndav ai 2 pjn. the Rev. Leslie Ix. Grant officiating. Interment in the faasilv plot. Mountain View cemetery. Ka flowers by request- Martin "Bros, directors of funeral service. 912 end by plane en route to j esses, and is visrurs her fatner. Mr. M. i 3.- Xobleford for a fe'-v: CJouuer. pretty 21-year- i of Edrnond Clouuer. the K-ng's printer az Ota.isra. has Ostler of ton oerformed the Mrs. "A. K. 3 ed the wedding Mr.TV Needs. Lethbncse. soloist. Horses, an asd was remand- ;eoc. i fo. on Three traff.c cases were among charges heard in citv court on ThursdaT before Magistrate 3. Metcalfe. Alben Pavelka of Uethbricge. Miss Odette de Fbras. of Mont- Hish Hiver. e roras. o- _ Engagements lAnnounced SOUTH ALBERTANS GRADUATE ilr. and Mrs. Nick Papp of Cow- Mr, and" Mrs. Ostler lett or: a honevmoon to Bazrff. They will re- side in Lethbndge. Mav 31st. Included in ihe gradu- i atirig are Geraldme Frache, Leiibridge, and Eosey j Coofe. ilagrath. Fosi-grsduaie, TTT j j nurses are Payola Maureen tJCKllIlKS more. Carcston sue. Victoria May i CoDeiand. Barons. NEW YORK FURRIERS FUR STORAGE Our newly equipped cooler system fur storage vault complete protection for your precious during the summer Bring them in now. Let s, furrier with a world-wide knowledge and over 35 -rears experience in the handling of the finest of take care of your precious furs. Our charges are the most reasonable. We give you an all-risk policy at no extra cost. Choose New Furs Now AT New York Fur and Dress Shop Third Arenae South FA3IOCS FOB. FIXER FTES Opposite Ubrary I Ar, a natjaal Tuesday morning at St. Patnck's church, ____ imagination. a. verv necessary adjunct to success- ful living and the mediura througn yo'jr individua: personality will helned to nse above medio-. critv. Children are more imagina- tive than adults and. too oitea par- ents, instead of fostering that pre- cious Quality, tend to euro it say- driving at an unreasonable rate of sceed Blair Robinson of Lethbndge was fined S5 and costs. Also charged with cnving as an unreasonabie rate of speed. C. C. Mahon, Taber, was fined and costs Harns. Lethbndge, charg- It is ed with common assault, was fined and costs. "THAT AEVT STRATFORD. May breeze whisked awav a S10 bill which O. H. Gerharter, cattle buyer, handed to his son Allen, in a feedlot. A six- j the also struck a Russian dip- lomai. outside the plane whose ac- aons the American interpreted as defiance of his orders. COW HAS QUADRUPLETS WELLSVUJJE.-O.. May months-old calf picked IL ua and i Birth of ouadrunlets to a cow. des- started chewing. "That" am': j cribed as "a one-in-a-mdlion occur- nay." Gerharter shouted as he j rence. was reported here Dr. J. L- took hold of the srnmgi and told j Ward, a veterinarian who fumisn- his son to reach down the calTs ed the statistics, said three female throat. Allen retrieved the bill, about shoulder-deea in the calf's interior. Rev. Pr. R. "W. Griffin united m marriaee, Mary, daughter of Mr. g-iq Mrs. T. Pavan and j _. Andrew Filchak, son of Mrs. il. j ci ing this or "thai; is not the truth. How dull and drab life would be if ___ AIAJBKS 92X1> BIRTHDAT m fi sometimes. It z world that the greatesi. too, li, iUJ Ui -Vlil. -''-Sjs jfcj all 01 "Lethbriage. jjgve been bom Given in marriage by her .Lath- j haTe been through er. the bnce chcse a gown of white fr-muon. Rather than getting triple sheer featuring a net yolk, j y. ldeas whal other people Her finger-tip veil was helc m iJ i place bv orange blossoms. Miss f. Ginger Pavan. the bnde's cousin, j i was bridesmaid and Mr. Cynl Fil- i i chafe -was best TOZU. Ushers were f Mr. Vuicent, Klchak and Mr. Carl j r Allowing a reception at the Mar- onis hotel, the bride ana groom left by plane for Great Falls. Mont. air. and Mrs. Fllchak will reside m the cry. Waiiaras Williamson i (HXS) Chris- rtgTi Hefonned church, parsonage i was the scene of an evening wed- ding recentlv when Catherine. daughter of Mr. and Mrs W. JCBILEE ciamoaa -K-edduig jubilee ___ana Mrs. L. P. Baptists of I Lerhbridge. was celebrated with a duller at Mrs. McLean s. A three- tiered wecdmE cake and a surer hsske; of rcses ana carnations graced the centre of the table. Piss- em were Mr. and Mrs. ju P. 3ap- nsie, Mr. and Mrs. C. "L. Bapaste and son. Douglas, Mr. and Mrs. i-. Baptiste and sons, Merton. Del- mar and Donodean, all of Mr. James Jarcine cele- crated his 92nd. birthday on 'Wednesday. He is still active ss on ELECT OFFICERS .T LtTN'CHEOX MEET Following the annual luncheon of ie Mathssis Club Tuesdav. new fficers were elected as follows: Mrs. J. Lonsfaerry, re-elected resident; Mrs. G. Manson, vice- es.; Mrs. E. "Vfalter. re-elected ecording secretarv; Mrs. C. Far- tad, corresponding secretarv; Mrs. S. Herbert, re-elected treasurer; Ij. liundy, program commit- ee; Mrs. E. C. Cameron, hospitali- ATScr T? Ave. S. Bom in Ontario, Mr. Jardine came west in 1911, residing at Sedcisff. until corning to this -I- i- in 1921. Ee and Mrs. Jaraire have four children incluoing Miss Elae and James- of Xew "SVjrk City, Charles of Hoilrwood. Calif-, and John A. cf Lethbridge. ;ate to Travellers Aid; Mrs. H. B. Kennedy, pariiaraentarian. Spruig flowers graced the lunch- on tables and Mrs. C. K.. a sast president, was an honor guest. J. Gibson and her com- mittee convened the event. Lamson, oecame the bnce of Pred c Wilisams. Rev. H Wilcschut offi- i ciatec with Mrs. playing eTof Mecicine Bapiis-e and iSr. A. J. Bap- -h Calgary; Mr. and Mrs. of Spring Coulee. Other _....- i guests, not members "of the family, The bnde. attirec m a pink sheer jigv. and TJo'nm- More beautiful m afiemoon gown, was attencea oy her sister, Miss Wilherna "vTiiliarn- son. The bnde's brother. Ralph Williamson was best man. A re- ception followed ai the I.O.O.F. where a prograin of songs anc recitations was enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs. Wilhaxas left oa a short honey- moon to Banff. They will reside on the groom's farm east, of town. W. E. son ar.d ilrs. A. S. McCurdy. all o' and ilrs. Mc- Curcy of Vancouver, BC. At a candlelight ceremony at ijox Presbvienan church. Calgary, May 18. Kaye, daughter of the late Mr. ana Mrs. A. rusher, of Medicine Eat, was married to Ben. P. Coombs, 1 son of Mrs. P. 3. Coombs of "Warner and the late Mr. Coombs. Her. A. J. Gowland officiated. Given in marriage oy her broth- ONTAB1O WOMAN" AGAIN HEADS I.O.D.E. May Mrs. Ryland Xew of OakviUe, Ont- today was re-elected president "of the Kanonal v Chapter. Imoerial Order Daughters of "the Empire, at tne 46th annual meeting here. Mrs. J. "W. Spragge, Toronto, was elected secre- tary and Mrs. W. R. Walton. er Mr. John Kshef the bride wore j Toronto, was a gown of white taffeta wiui a long treasurer. -eS. Mrs. Avis Jenkins was matron of honor and the groorc was at- elected CHR1STENSENBROS. PHONE 28O2 So easy to cpply end cuick to dry, Bizsbeth Arden's nwke-ap stays on jfie legs cr.d cf: the clothes. Ovngj, wcsfied wrth a concexjlirig sheer textured becwty thct trims the dims ins leg. Be sure to wear VeK-a leg with bathir.g suits or shorts, it rrckes your legs look sun-burnished for more lovely. the f 103; cut thai removes hair and leaves ffae saSn smooth, .85 A. M. SUTHERLAND DRUG CO. MARQUIS HOTEL Vacation Sportswear t Slack to 512.95 Shorts Catalina and Beatrice Pines Bathing Jodphurs, well tailored Blouses, to Skirts, white and Large selection to choose from. The Primrose Shop 313-6th Street South Our JJ DR. LOCKE SHOES DR. M. W. IOCKE 50 Your first fitting in of Dr. Locke Shoes -nail be a reve- lation! For here at last you find smartness combined %nth correct, scientinc construction. Every Dr Locke Shoe has been styied to fashion Tightness, yet theamazmg foot corn- fort principles discovered by the great physician ia creating over a million feet. Sterling SHOES LTD. 314-6th St. S. caives and one male were bora Monday to the cow, a five-year-old Hereford. Announcements D. A. R.YLASOS DSNTIST Phone 2437. (Not yes listed, in 1784 Cards Of Thanks We wish to express our sincere thanks and aopreciation for the many acts of thouahtfulr.ess, sym- pathy and kindness extended and for the lovely floral tributes receiv- ed. We also wish to thank these who put cars at. our disposal or as- sisted in any other way during our recent bereavement in the loss ol our loved one. Mrs. Vera Ericksen and family. 913 Meetings I.O.OJF1. Notice The regular nieetwa; of I.O.O.F. Xo 2 will be held on Fridav. May 31st in the I.O.OJP. hall at 3 Ail members are asSed to at- tend. y committee; Drs. Campbell, Brvans, Brown and Tuttle On ar.d aSer June 1. 1946. this El F. KirkT dele- office Trill close at 6 p.m. No eve- ning, holiday or Sunday office hours. 905 Slovaks and friends "KlQ enjoy SLOVAK3AX SOTTVENIRS At toniaht (Thursday) over CJOC. 917 OLIVE OIL COMPOUND Ramona Brand. 2 OZL bottle 25c Jackson The Family Drogr Store Phone 3364 Tremendous of tomorrow of the future will need LUX care. The Lox Washability Expert Is in charge of our display, and here to advise you on the care ofallfinewashables. Chat with her and ask her for a free copy of "Modem Lux Rylands ;