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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 2, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, APRIL Coaldale Mennonites Form Important Link In Extensive Relief Scheme COALDALE. (HNS) A tre- mendous amount of practical help is being given 10 war-torn coun- tries through Meauonite relief so- cieties in Canada, and United States, headquarters of which are pecially to keep aay supplies from reaching black markets. These helpers receive very little in the line of remuneration, acd societies are always calling for more help to distribute the enormous DISTRICT DOINGS BcraM ttatioced at Akron. Ohio. with, a amount of clothes, shoes, soap, pre- branch. office at Kitchener, On- pared food, flour, wheat, tools and tario. and raany committees ------51- throughout tfae two countries. The Alberta branch is doicg a great, deal in teat direction tiirough the Coaldale committee. One carload of home canned beef, containing 19.782 pounds, acd lied at 57347.60 sas shipped out from the Coaldale statioa oa Janu- 7, the freight charges in addi- tion amounting to A sec- ond car left Coaldale last Friday evening. This was filled with quarts of meats and fat, quarts quarts of quarts of of home-canned fruit. 5.250 canned vegetables, pork, and beans. 210 714 pounds of honey and 450 pounds oi home-made soap-----a total of pounds, valued at 55.173, with added for freight. This last car is being shipped ol- rectly to Nf w York harbor for shin- loadiny, .while the fust car had to be siored at New York for some time, owing to the great response bv Mennomte relief societies to the call for relief. About one hundred persons are stationed-in many countries all over the world to assist in the proper distributing of these goods and es- MOMIMTf FARMEES WOKK1XG OX LAND UGJS) A few farmers are working on the land, some seeding spring rye and others working the land to prevent soil drifting. CINDER BLOCK SHIPMENTS TABER. (HNS) Dominion blccfe industry, has now its awn Concrete Products, Tiber's cinder truck and is already snipping as well to DISTRICT NEWS PAGE FIVE MAGRATH MUSIC CLASS HEARD IN RECITAL MAGRATH. (HNS) A suc- cessful piano recital was given by the Magrath music class of Kay Greene in the Second Ward chapel on Thursday evening. March. 28. Fifteen talented young people took part in the program whicS was "afternoon following and another macie shortly to O3ds. SKULL FRACTUED ENCHANT. Dor- local boy. is in the Nordegg n utensils." The tor northwest Europe is in England, which directs operations in France, Holland, Germany, Bel- gium. Alsace-Lorraine and Switzer- land. with 35 helpers as their dis- posal The rest of the 65 helpers are stationed in Italy. Ethiopia, the Far East and South America. The following amounts of assist- ance have been given through the Mennonite central coninsitwts in Canada and United States from December 1. 1944 to November 30, 1S45- in financial assist- ance. of which S30.00Q went So northwest Europe: to Latin America and to Mediterran- ean and east Asia couciries; 000 pounds of cloUung west chiefly to northwest Europe, also pounds of home-made roap aad 8.000 pounds of shoes wish -only a small amount going to Mediterran- ean countries. Thirty-six carloads of wheat and flour wer-; shipped to northwestern Europe, also 35.000 quarts of canned foods and pounds of canned feeds to Latin America. The time and work in collecting the relief articles are given free j aying" north. "Several shipments oi well Jreceived by a good crowd. The numbers were as follows: "Doll Elizabeth Spencer; "The Fairy Court" and "The Knight and the David Rirse; "Three Mrs. Mansfield Dies At Pincher PINCKER death, occurred in Piacher Creek on CAMP FAME ACCEPTS CALL TO LONDON, ESC. MEDICINE HAT. nine men u-u Hder Melvin cla regent> j. Misses day. may have set a record. The egg. five inches in length ard sire inches In j baby, and two baby quils. IE April j a parcel will be sent 10 a civilian in Mrs. A. S. Gorriil. who was the the convention held, re- Lethhricge gave a reoort proceedings. Mrs. J. McBean, on behalf of the 1 members, presented Mrs. Faiey with a beautiful rose plsnt. This was 2. circmnberesce, was laid by a gift la remembrance of the ipasy noraalnnae Wrte Le- Wrte Leg daily hiring expe beet are CSKCes dayi in Magrath S! m MiUer ers to handle thejr beets this sea- son. entertained with a reading. "A Father's Letter and a Son's Reply. Eder Harold Fugmire expressed his (HNS) At the regular Rotary meeting held recenUy six 2ew members were re- sang" a" solo" i ceived. Bob Buss, manager of the xadine Dow i ceived." Bob Buss, manager of the xadine Mrs. station CHAT, introduced by Ralpn Elder testimony (Elders Clayton visiting here mission headquarters 'Mrs. llelba AI accompanied Elliot and Misses Isafaelle Cousins and Vera Weiss spent the weekend horn hen on the farm of and Grace Cousins ooured tea. Misses Wiiina Daniels. Sybil Louise Nillocic. M. Patterson, Joy Jprgen- son, Lois Mahon. Molly Elliot. P. and Davie aad V. Romanuck, all assist- at their homes here. Mrs. G. Monech visited her son In Medicine Hat over the weekend, j Mrs. WiHiam. Burrhara. afterwards accompanying hiai home. XTigg a Cliin- meetings -the members j have enjoyed over a period of many years. 1 i Hostesses were: Mrs. C. Candy and Mrs. A. J. Hale- m the as- ing prooerties and arranging stage setting. Frank Burgess sisted in supervising the makeup deDartment. "Too Many Bosses" will be per- formed as Iron Springs on Friday, April 5, and at Nobleford on April 10. young man with a big new So you finally got the break you and now you've got that "airborne" feeline. The first thing vcu'll do, no doubt, is to grab i telephone aad pass -the good word along to That Certain Person. And the next we hope- vou'li do is to settle down do some brass-tack tbinking- Now you have that bright new- job, ir's a grand time to check over your future and make sure of getting some of the things you really want. By that we mean check such things as your Life Assurance programme. You'll find the problems of Today a lot easier to face if you don't have any fears about Tomorrow. How about calling in the North American Life representative NOW, and talking over that rosy future of yours? 'Have him show you how your steadily increasing income can guarantee you, steadily growing independence, and ade- quate protection for your family. NORTH AMERICAN LIFE Oattlaniiay In Returns Pollcyhotdtri J. E. McILROY, C.L.U. Branch Manager, IS Renfrew Calgary STOMACH ------Clifford Miller sooke brief- Tennant; George Shepnard. man-1 jy Darrel Miller spoke oa be- ager or C -P. Telegraph, introduced j half of his oarents, Mr. and Mrs by Harry Hutchings; Pat Hidaeil, Alma Miller. Elce- Smith Ackrovd manager" of Imperial Optical -----.-j, panv, introduced by Gordon. Elder: iliss Mable Heierstad was a Sun- s day guest of Mr. and Mrs. Sydney _ G Brookes-Averv. who i Dann of Orion. "i his been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Miss Laura Kvale yisiced her par- R. H. A. Lacey for several days, left ents at Hooper last wees a Mondav to continue her journey Mrs Domcorc lefs for Calgary n Anwlfis. recently to visit her sister. Mrs. S. Eev B. L. Taviof. introduced by Merritt Smith, and Jack Anderson, district agriculturist, introduced by Fred Morrison. J. E. Davies gave the Hotary charge to the new members. The sura of was voted to tite Ked Cross Society. UPSET AFTER EATING? Of course you enjoy good food, but do you often pay the penalty? For quick, effective relief of indigestion, heartburn, dyspepsia or gastritis, take Maclean Brand Stomach Powder. This noted British prescription has brought relief to millions. Why keep Maclean Brand Stomach Powder or Tablets always handy. MONARCH TOPICS Hears of Birth of Men Attend Conference MONARCH. (HNS) Mrs. C. Hunt received a wire from New- castle, England, from her daughter, airs. Earry Jacobson (nee Ida Kami) informing her of the birth of a son. oom March 27. Mr. and Mrs. R. Vos and Ber- nara. "Vos of Foremost were Mon- speaker. CARMANGAY NOTES to Los Angeles. Pte. Earl Hanson, who spent a few days with his wife and visiting friends in the city, son.; Schneider. Mr. and Mrs. KL Trainer wers! j I Medicine Hat visitors this week. early in the week for their home a BecaUa. Dr. and Mrs. Gordon Eider csle- __ brated rheir silver wedding anrii- Starts Work as Other i vexsary on Tuesday evening at their Items of Interest arch, visitors Friday evening they astenced a reception at the Van den Berg home in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Martin. Van den Berg, ter H.' Morrison and fainily spent a few days in Taber visiting her brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Anderson. Mrs. D. H. Russell has returned from a visit with. Mr. and Mrs. Waiier McKay at Longview and Mrs. Pearl Anderson at Calgarv. Mrs. C. W. Folk of Strathnidre Is the guest of Mrs. Ijouis Soemelle this -sveek. ilr. and Mrs. lindsev Wilson i have taken up residence "at Coal- couple of vocal dale. home bv holding s. reception to mars the occasion. Dr. Elder recentlv received his discharge from the army, where he held the I rank of Lt.-CoL The Music Teachers Association: held an informal recital at the i home of -.Irs. T. R. Osborne cnj Monday evenins. A feature of the i Young Keand cf the- Club Cafe is snending the week in Medicine Hat. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Engleking of the Dominion Experimental Statioa were Friday evening guests of Mr. BARONS BRIEFS The Cough That Sticks The Cough Tfcit Hugs Oi This is the kind of a cough it ia hard to get rid of, the kind that bothers you during the day and keeps you awake at sight. "Why not get a bottle of Dr. Wood's Norway Hue SVTUD and see how quickly ifc will hdp to relieve you of tfi-'i coughing condition? It acts promotiy and effectively, going to the of loosening the phlegia, soothing the irritated air purges, and the bronchial organs. "Dr. has been on the msricet fat tie past 43 years. Price 35c a bottle; the large farafly aiie, about 3 much, 6Ge, drug counters. Tie T. Miflrara Ox. Tcrasta. Notes of Interest evening was the two piano groups j of mr atld i AJ. given bv Lois Donaldson Dorothy Davidson, which and! were i _ beautifully executed. Manon Fran-, the as of Winnipeg consnouted a i BARONS. (HNS) Members Lo Club were hostess at a party recently in honor of Mrs. Leota Copeland before she leaves "Thanks to you, Grandpa Krvschen Cecii Bums is working as a wel- der at the implement factory at Nobleford. Mrs. Linda Nugent is in Calgary newlvweds. Hupkes of Dog Pond. Alberta, was a Monarch visitor over the weekend. He accompanied Eev. M. Moget of Monarch to Takima, Wash, on Mondav. Mr. and. Mrs. K. Huisman of Nemiskam were Sunday visitors at the iioine of Mrs. 3. Koole. J Warmink, Jr_ and the Eev. M. Moget will attend sessions of the Reformed Church of America be- ing held in Washington this week. Mrs. C. Schietxnit of Kipp accom- panied her brother. J. Warmink, bv plane and will visit her parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Warmink of Lvuden. Wash. 'Mr. and Mrs. Jack Huisman and daughter, Rita, hare returned to Monarch after an absence cf a year. They intend to take up residence ALSO IN TABtET FORM HANDY POCKET SIZE TIN MACLEAN Brand Stomach Powder in Lethbridge. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Van Lo- ing from pneumonia. of he_ is now r ENCHANT TOPICS for Pincher Creek. The guest of honor was presented a gift from her assembled friends. UiiLAJ JO Mrs. R. 3. Pratt, for a few weeks, j Mrs. Wm. Wilson has as her guests Mrs. C. R. Davidson, aad Miss Jane Davidson of Regina. Mrs. Robert Francis, of Winnipeg. who has spent the past few weeks Mrs. F. H. Cheese Wright of Tor- number of friends gathered at onto visiting her parent. i the honlE of Mrs_ pyne last Tuesday evening for a surprise n-! farewell party in her honor before she leaves Barons for her new home in Warner. Whisc was enjoyed aad honors were won by Mrs. Laura I and Miss Anderson. Mrs. i H. Hendrtcks Serve Enchant District son. and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Williams, left on Wednesday to join her husband. Flight Lieut. Hospital i R. R. Francis, in Calgary. They will fc Tx-a, ts Dr. ENCHANT. tabls from her assembled friends. Mrs. R. Hobbs. Mrs. A. Ford and j i were hostesses j j a weli shower on. Wed-i of parent. Dr. nesday evening. compUraeiitary toj and Mrs. R. R. Francis. Miss Lois Millar, and about 801 A bridal shower by j attendance, guests had Mrs. H. LUMBAGO IS A THING OF THE PAST Hendncks, who has been under the to pass on the good news as to cow ce to stavin Thursday from huizen are being congratulated on Mrs. M. J. Goughaour and family, j Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Robertson, Mr.' ana Mrs. S. C. Reynolds. E. Aana- sted, M. Severtscn and Harold Ol- .son. The mobile X-ray unit will be In 1 Games, bingo and court Mrs. J. Grant. Mrs. A. Margaret Mortimer. Mrs. L. Lavoie. Mr. E. Bury and Mr. A- Stratton, Supper was "served by the ladies. the birth March 29. of a daughter, bora MILK RIVER ITEMS MILK RIVER. (HN-S) Alex Ford has returned from the hospital. The ladies' weekly sewing club was held at the home of Mrs. Nelson- on last Tuesday evening. The Lions club met and dined at a turkev supper on Tuesday even- ing of last week. After dinner short discussions were held. I Katnrine Quinn was taken lotne ONLY GENUINE IF SIGNATURE AlEX. C MACIEAN APPEARS ON THE PACKAGE Sfc Michael's hospital last Monoay. Mrs. R. ToIIey has 'returned home from Olds. She was visiting at the home of Mr. and J. Richards, formerly of Milk River. Kenney Hurlbart has returned home from the north for a few days. Kenney is employed in a sur- I vey group. __ Miss Beatrice Ansley left on Vulcan commencing April 16 for j Wednesday for Ottawa, where she people of this district and every: will take a position. Miss Ansley. person who was unable to go i who was decorated for her services i jja'-ons through this unit last year in Leth- I with the C.W.A.C., has recently re- i ,_a bridge is being urged to make a j ceived her discharge and has spent j point of being X-rayed while the i a few weeks with her mother, Mrs. If voa have suffered frpni lumbago, brought happy relief... just as it dal you'll understand why nran wants j for Mr- So why sot try Kras- ho cjjgji yourself? But be sure to take it iahhfully for as- long as needed thereby give Krnschen a chance to .overcome coaditioas in year body one could not move for paia. {wajm have nrobablv tasen axsiths... decorated basS ._. _ Misses Shirley Miss Hatson Miss Millar variety of pretty and useful gifts i I am giad to say lumbago has for her new home. Luach become a thing of the past. Aad there j served by the hostesses, assisted by A v a number of other friends of the honored guest. The carnival sponsored by js no trace of it coming of dinanatani and thereoy teisg you There are many instances in which 1 relief. Kraschsc Salts are procarabfe Kruschen saline treatment has: at all drag stores: 23c, aiai soc. unit is at Vulcan, >TEW BATTOX NOTES KEW H. H. Anslev, in the city. The Medicine Hat Quota Club luncheon, on Wednesday was the occasion for reviewing the work of the club since its establishment last Mercer of Calgary has been the i autumn. Mrs. Velva Brougb, presi- guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. Cress for derlt gave a recort on the meeting the past weejc. _ to start the in the city. The ofi.cers of the Quota Club club last week- though nofas attendance as last The usual carnival games i were played and bingo proved as. popular as ever. i MAGRATH NOTES Dancing Classes Commenced Here' War Bride Arrives in Calgary j and Mrs. Wayne Matkin are vUiting in'. r John B. Coriey. 'who has An Old Story Two thousand years ago people were providing water for themselves, their crops' and their stock by sheer manual labor, WHY ARE YOU STILL DOING IT THAT WAY? Today your lighting plant or rural electrification can supply your home, water your gardens and lawns, fill your stock and cooling tanks and do all your water-carrying jobs. For serviceable, low-priced gear pumps, centrifugal pumps, pressure systems, and motors, visit GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES LIMITED 1821 THIRD AVENUE S. LETHBRIDGE I Clinic. j LAC. Wayne Williams. R.C.A.F.. stationed at Edmonton, is home on a -aeek's leave. _ Mervin Thomson Sunday. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Nya! Fletcher soent a few days in Calsjarv recently. Nyal received his army discharge. j Miss Dora Wool' of Cardston com- menced teaching dancinc classes in the guest Saturday in the of Mr. and Mb. W. M. Goode, X. C. t-a-elled to Calrar- Sweet. BJL, of Calgary, also form- hi tif- erly of this city and A. 3. Tole n'-f- JO-vCe a o, oarcivon, a.e ?as5ev OTl .ne t3e hlgn M- Chapter I-O-D.E.; home fn weekend. Eijmonton Is a overseas civTaaa parcels. Hostesses j aa Jirs- were Mesdames AlLson Smith and 31155 Alice Ackrovd left by plane Perrin. i Thursday for" Utah, where will attend school. Lieut. Wendell Trowler of the 3. army is viijting at the J. A. Letters were read from recipients of hclne of The Municipal Chapter I.O.D.E.! held its monthly ir-eeling oa Satur- j day. "Ilie new regent, Mrs. Harold Patton. presided. A discussion as to how food could be saved so that it; would be available to send to' Europe resulted in a decision to simpMv refreshments wherever possible Several regents will be delegates to the provincial meeting, to be heid m Edmonton, including Mrc. Patton. Mrs. J. C. Colbome. Miss Marjonc Mrs. L. Downing. Mrs. Saunders and Miss Jennie McLean. j Capt. and Mrs. W. J. Shellhom, of i SdHionton. JeJt on Thursday for j Minneapolis for a short visit. i Shellhom, a former Redcliffe rest- j dent, has recently returned from .several years overseas. Mrs. Robert Nelson, who spent the past month in Victoria, has re- turned to her home in the city. Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Wright, uho have spent the past three months at Victoria and Duncan, B.C.. re- j turned home on Saturday night. Refievts Niifinj PCM, SWMKSS For Kessed relief fcro tie intoltraKa Ascoasfon oi srarolc piles get PA2O fficnt at drujgisi's today. Its cffxi- cct action soothes aad relieves pam zed iiciasg (2) Icbrkates hardrawi.