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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 31, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1946 MILADI WOMEN AKOL.-Slt WOULD Frank B. Henderson j Passes In City i The death of Karik Burris Hen- 1 deisorj, 82-year-old retired farmer Of the BarnweU district who has r. residing at 20S Ninth street Under The Bridge j Actor Loins Hayward and Peggy Morrow Field, prominent socially in ____________ __ southern California, were married south, occurred ui the city this Fn- Weather Phone 4040 4- -e- Wedresaav at Beverly Hills, Calif. I AJbsrta eotiKciHcrs for I.O.D.S. elected Thursday at concluding ses- of the Xa- da> morning. A native of boro. ilaine. be settled in the j Baraweli district in 1902. coming j to Lethbridge two and 2. half years; EC A __ Mr- and Mrs. L- rewards sr- Mrs. A. TV. Batcher anc j .j.e bv wedaes- i Mrs. S. Ross of Sinionton. j Cce is nearer God's hear; us garden Than anywhere else on Personals iters, Mrs.. Jaaies Grigor o: rawell. Mrs. Jarces Moluie of BaraweU. Miss Margaret Hender- son of Shaughacisy. Mrs. Jack Patey in Canscian-2isc.e or and Mrs. James Ras- Calgary about Canadian of Cranbrcok. There are i Ecrionton ______. ______ ____ 02 cf a new ?ro- 3: grandchildren. to Miss A.; caction company was announcec at paaeral arrangements are in the j Toronto. Wednesday. hands of Christerisen Bros., and willj With the idea of presenting Ca- nacjan. talent in Canadian-made Miss Bawcen entertained a motion pictures few ineris at dinner Wednesday; iheraes. foroiation cf a new evening complimentary M. Tiilfry. Victoria..... Sv.-ift Current Medicine Hat Vancouver........... Forecast 73 SI 82 SO 75 73 71 69 33 65 56 Si 59 58 58 64 i CEOLOGIST PASSES J. H. Sinclair, a pioneer geologist 44 .01 in the early days of the Alberta oil and gas industry, is dead jn 34 33 41 3S 40 3S 38 32 42 42 3S 40 43 54 Ottawa, the Thursday. 25 .is' .41 .13 .19 .32' office at .09 .01 .01 .01 Oil Bulletin reported ui-n-r Y Ladies' Tea On Saturday The Ladies' Auxiliary of the local YJM.C.A. were highly on both, the quality and. quantity of their activities as presented in a I report to the Y-M.C-A. board last' evening- Mrs. A. Beaumont, presi- dent of the Auxiliary, in announc- ing the annual May Flowers tea to be held this coming Saturday alter- noon, stated that her band of lova! as their objecuve the suffered a Mr, and Mrs- S. A. tamed to the city Wednesda Eds Of be annosinced when complete. as night other- concussion and scalp wpund Friday j morning when his car left the road near Cameron Falls in Waterton ItiKe Damage to the "car amount- ed to i OX K. OF C. EXECUTIVE A. T. Kloepfer, Calgary, was elect- ed state deputy of the Knights of at the Alberta state con- Mr ar.fi Mrs. George KOSS were sou tr.e ,he trsai Aden en j---------- has returned to to JA'atertoa Hai after vrhere ope- iiiss iiSSiiC" .....ii'ii.- hose in Medicine Eat after! having spent several days in Leth- bncge. On Thursday Mrs. Walter Robin- eon left the city to in Calgary lar a few days. __iized in St. John's Presbyter- church. Medicine Sattircpy., Hev. Hobert Taylor officiated at the j j wise cioady. Widely scattered show- ea i Other i Low tonight at 40. High were' w- i cncge. J. i termlttent rain ending tomorrow Hart. Bd- monton. warden; Lambert. St. A Familiar Voice Xursis? Sister Glasys Hose of Moose Jaw. Sask.. who has see" Thf wise will keep sn opes ear Tisituig is tl-e city or past :ew i rorn-.er profit by what he hear, cays, the of Miss Gertrotie Wilbur son of Mr. J the Heron. jCrisferd. left Thursday for Lo.-nas. Calgarj-.] of couver. B.C. _ _ niarned to Hoberta Pauline raidday. Westerly wind 10 per hour, shifting southeast tomor- row. Law tonight at Medicine Hat' 42. High Saturday 55. {Paul, advocate; and J. J. Branniff. er term. Births TO ATTEND COUNCIL H. J. Flock of Lethbrldge left the city on Friday to attend the regular quarterly meeting of the provincial council of the Boy Scout- Associa- tion. The meeting will be held in camp at Waterton. Curing the first five months of the current year the "Y" Auxiliary had taken complete charge of the oper- ation of the snack bar ahich is con- tinuing to be the central social ren- dezvous of she Y.M.C-A. All reve- nues derived go to the support of work and rehabilitation" of the residence rooaas. Tfee latter is pro- ceeding slcwly due to lack ot mater- ials and labor. The Auxiliary are supplying curtains, rugs and bed- spreads, thus adding much to the homelike atniosphere. Services in providing banquets and refreshments have been another prime feature of the activities of the Auxiliary curing the past months. Lcadins: Telegrapher arid Given in mamage r board at their regular meet takes place next montn, ivas: guess of honor at; a miscelian shower evenin Irs. TT. C. Miller. Mrs. T- ings stretched on into the night. cers mess -sritn tae Flower Tea Has Pretty Setting Quantities of soring flowers and siKgmg canaries made a cheerful setting in Southminster church hail Thursday afternoon for the annual blossom tea sponsored by the Women's Missionary Societv which was largely attended. Mrs. H. A. Mutchmor and Mrs. A. W. Kress received, and presiding DANCE AT THE TRIANON TONIGHT AND EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT MUSIC BT DOW'S RHYTHMERS at the main tea table were Mrs. A. K. Denoon. XSrs. D. J. lonsberry. Mrs. R. E. Skeith and Mrs. J. A. Mutchnior. Mrs. Robert McLeod, Mrs. Murcock. Mrs. E. E. Duttoc. Mrs. W. S. McLimock, ilrs. A. Ml MarshaU. Mrs. W. L. Mc- Kenzie and Miss Moore sen-ed. In charge of plate serving were Mrs. W. S. Brodie. Mrs. James Barr and Mrs, E. A. Wheeler. Mrs. W. Horwood and Mrs. Joim Livingstone had charge of the kitchen with Mrs. Ales Harper and Mrs. J. N. Wallace assisting. The attractive pantrv table looked after by Mrs. J. W. Kipp. Mrs. A. M. Moe and Mrs. E. U. Rylancs. Sirs. S. R. Lavery was treasurer for the afternoon. Mrs. H. B. Kennedy. Miss Anna McKenzie ind Mrs. Albert Davis were in charge of the effective decorations. Childrens Photographs A.E. CROSS SON THIRD cisiting the former's brother and sister-in- law. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon S. Rob- erts. brice's cake be-1lias ie -srirh -two-d in traditional as over patient: tnat _- c-. -wo-c are wfeen K a reason_ j (jQpflg (Jf militarv siyle. After" a tnp to Ottawa and T Brunswick, the couole reside at Mrs. J. Tulloci and Miss. Jessie D Xeilson were joinr hostesses when i entertained at the home of tUtiv eii.ei .iiiiicii ii. the" former at a bridal shower com- A phnientin- Margaret Cher- piinie: winski, bride-elect of June. bined gift from friends was presen of honor. Mrs. sisted in serving. 1 Nursing Sisters ilsrijane Geelsn and Agiies Arnitt, who have bean stationed at the hospital at the Int able trial of patience in one place brings no reward it is best to try it at some other place. John P. Ixrt'ekir. and family de- This morrunz he was having what: sire to convey their sincere thanks all fishermen learn to accept as and apreciation to their very many Dart of fisnins bad luck. tuck friends for their kindness and syaa- i enters into fishing far more than j pathy in their bereavement. S4.> into mcst other things. The hun- Meetings Internment Camp. Lethbridge, left j jhe public is mvi- the city Wednesday, having been frOsi to The Auxiliary to the Ca- nadian Legion trill hold a social and dance Friday. May 31. to -s-hich Social be Itching Skin? Stop Scratching! Here Is Quick ISase and Comfort Xo-sr that staialese, penetrating 3Toose's Eserxld Oil is ar drns stores lj' caused skin troubles. Xot only does the iaiense itching; tamics or silsglss qiiicSilT sub- Bids, bnt healias is siora qcsckl? promoted. Get as original TjctUe of Emerald JToney refCBded, if not satSsaei STOKES DRUG CO. ETTSOX DRUG STOKE posted to Calgary. Honoring the 18th birthday of Miss Mary Hica, a group of school! friends called at her home Wednes- day evening with a surprise party. iir. and Mrs. Alex McGhie left the city this week to take up resi- dence in Calgary. ifr. and Mrs. George A. Toting are i spending a fe-s- days at Waterton National Park from Lethbridge. Weddings Knapp-Bzteman CHNS) iliss Icla Bateman of the Coalcale teaching sraff and Mr. C. (BiUy) Snapp of Biimaby, mar- ried at the home of his parents, Mr. and ills. F. Knapp at bridge, May 24. The sappy couple Calgary, after make their home in Coaidale. Agnes Bailentyne. daughter of llr, and ifrs. Ailan Hopkins of Medi- cine. Hat, and Christopher Walter jjattman, son of itr. and Mrs. C. Lattman of Calgary, -srere princi- pals in a late afternoon redding OFF All Spring Straws MARIE-LOUISE ATE. S. PHOXE 2965 :30 pjn. followed fay dancing with Mr. Kew's orchestra in attendance. A Many Flowers Tea will be held ia the T-3a.C-A_ Saturday, June 1, from 3 to S p-in. ursder the aus- pices of the Ladies' Auxiliary. There will be pantry, apron and tea tables. The gingham dance and box so-; cial being held tonight. Friday, by j the ladies' Junior Chamber of Commerce at the Marquis is for i members only. his sincere thanks to I sent flowers and cigarettes and to j those who have visited fr'ir or re- is not so. Every human fisherman i membered him in any way curing knows that there are times when I ;his long stav in the Colonel Belcher fish will not bite and his skill Hospital.' 950 is useless. Ee is out of luck. Svery furred aac feathered fisherman j wish 10 express our sincere knows Xotlce A meeting of the Beverage Dis-' pcasers 'Union. Local 54. will be held in the Labor Hall, Sunday af- Charlie Westlev wishes to express temoon at two o'clock. June 2nd. j :ii who nave Business important. I HAIR CLIPPERS LIMITED SUPPLY North Lethbridge Hardware VI-MI CAPS VITAMIN AND MINERAL CAPSULES all-round tonic and food supalenient. 50-day treatment. Jackson Draffin The Family Drug Store Phone 3364 fish no the fisherman our recent, bereavement- in the shallow water they are safe from hungry big iish had come near enough to see them swimming "about in the most tan- talizing manner but never coming enough to be speared with his bill. Perhaps there doctor, nurses and staff pital for the care and kindness given Mrs. George Porter during her ill- ness. i Anne Davis and Frances Currier. 958. Members attending the Leth- bridge Summer School of 5ine Arts I are requested to meet at the mam -ne entrance to the oarracks grounos on 4th Ave. Monday, June 3, at Committee In charge of the May 24 Community Sale at Warner thanfc to j _ Hardware: McKelvis's 2 o'clock. Monday evening's ses-_____________ sion will be held in the basemen; i a bigger fish so room of the Public Library at lemntstion to striki al-one 1 t for without moving. It luck, bad luck for him. iucS: fOr tbein. that they ilr. IN HOSPITAL Charlie Weslev. rho didn't come in. Twice he had seen near that the strike was hard to resist, but his keen eyes, trained by long exDerience. measured the dis- has I tance aid he knew it was just a Wear, Lethbridge. 964 i In Memoriam In loving memory of Mrs. Eisanor Ingoldsby. who passed away May been a patient in the CoL Belcher j wee bit too great. hospital, Calgary, for ihe past few j Once as he slowly walked from months, is making satisfactory pro- one fishing place to another 31. 1945. Our lips cannot tell how we miss her, Cur hearts cannot tell isrhat to say, gress and expects to r city in the near future. to the Today's Reflection Pros leased from the shore the" water with splash ana nic in the muc at the bottom, stirring it up and clouding the water so that Ixinglegs could not see just where he had gone into the mud. Seeing Prog reminded him. of Some women are helping their certain meacowland he built by both. Take a stroll in the evening where some of the new building is going on and you'll see i several women with hammer and nails pounding away with a right i good will- The labor shortage is j i: 1 not going to keep them from oceu- j just starting They -were good eating, very good NEW YORK FURRIERS FUR STORAGE Oar newly equipped cooler system fur storage vault offers complete protection for your furs during tfce summer months Bring them in now. JL-et a furrier 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 give you an all-risk policy at no extra cost. Choose New Furs Now AT New York Fur and Dress Shop FAMOUS FOR FTNTER FCRS Third Avenue South Opposite Ucrary earing-, when they could be caught. "I said Juonglegs to him- self. "HI try my luck frogging in- stead of fishing. Now think cf I would rather have some of to lift his longer tnan they can help, People are ofie.n surprised at wnat t.ney can do when they try. The trouble with-most of us is that we are in- clined to accept defeat without making the effort and consequently lose many of the things we oft might gain because we feared to attempt. If you try and don't suc- least you have the satis- faction of having no regrets be- cause vou didn't try. In a Clarke Photograph YonTl Be Your Natural Self It's a simple matter to be yourself get a natural, Ufe-like photo the Clarke Studio because here you are made to feei comfortable while sitting no uneasiness, no strairjng, no self-consciousness. Clarke Studio Downstairs, McFariand BIdg-. Phone 2010 MOFFAT BANDI-CEEFS ELECTRIC HOT PLATES to HICK Hardware Co. Ltd. Phone 3762 Announcements DR. D. A. RYLANDS DENTIST Phone 2497. CNot yet listed in 1784 Drs. Campbell, Eryans, Brown and Ttittle On and after June 1. 1946, this office will close at 6 pan. No eve- ntag, holidav or Sunday office hours. 906 he heard z, sound that caused ham to drop those wines back in place. stretch to his full .height, and listen. For two or three minutes he stood there listening but not hear- ing what he had thought he had heard. Then he heard it again, rather faint in the distance, a fa- miliar voice that was unmistakable, j "Chuga-rum! Chuga-rum Chu- said the voice. I .suspect that Longlegs would have smiled if he could have, but of course he couldn't. He couldn't even grin. Ko bird can. Bills stretch into smiles and grins like lips. But his eyes sparkled as he listened. "Grandfather exclaur.ec Longlegs. "The old fellow has i waked up at last. It is high time. He is the biggest of the Frog family i and the Issi, to waken in the i spring. He is over at the Smilir.- s Pool. I don't suppose he has been I away from it since he was bom. j He must have spent the winter buried in the mud at the bottom. j It must- be awful to live that way. I'm giad j. m not a Frog. I think 111 go over there- Perhaps he I isn't fully awake yet and I will have a chance to catch him. I'm 1 going to catch him some day or my name isn't Locglegs the Heron. "Chuga-ruml" said Grandfather Frog in the distance. S