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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 5, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, APRIL New Residences and Bus! Blocks Rising In High River HIGH HIVER. (HNS) It Is dose to thirty-five years since High River has seen such building ac- tivity at any one lime as in in pro- gress this spring. The town clerk's office is a busy point as town lots are being purchased for building sites. Every day sees some new excavation starting as foundation for a new home. Sot all the houses are new JjuUdings. Quite a number have been purchased in the oil fields and will be transferred to High River as soon as basements are ready. Some of these will have additions built oa. others are at- tractive little bungalows just as they stand. But many new homes are" also being built, "and quite a number of others are nearing com- pletion or recently finished. Some of the new homemakers are men of the services who are taking advantage of the town's offer of free building sites. Others are young married men in business in town who are unable to secure homes by rental and are obliged to build. "There are also some elder- ly people retiring from farms or moving ia from other places, and several citizens have sold old homes with the intention of building sorce- tlsing better. New Service Stations There are also a number of new business starting construc- tion. Ross and Dalton Hey- DISTRICT DOINGS DISTRICT NEWS PAGE FIVE land, both lieutenant-colonels com- manding the Calgary Highlanders before discharge, are building a service station, on the eastern out- skirts of town, and Guy Heslip is building another downtown service j'HAT BUK.DIXC FEKXITS station. M. Fautlev is operating MEDICINE tHNS) a planing mill in a disused part sued at sixty-six building; of the Calgary Power company! permits were issued in March from plant with intention of building a. the city engineer's office. The rec- factorv later. ord for the raonta is the highest _ 4, ,j! since 1930. Last year only 32 per- S. R Tyler, who recently sold valued at were issued. the Wales theatre to Earl Lewis of _____ Calgary, has purchased the Lem S.C. PABLEY Fey restaurant in town, with a view to complete remodelling and alteration. This will later be oc- cupied bv Lavcraft Drug company. Mr. Tyler has also bought the Geo. Mclrvine residence. Tom Paterson. blacksmith, is wrecking an NO OCEAN FLIGHT FOR ELDERLY LADY LUNDBRECK. GBNS) Mrs. T- Heap ST., 74, TEho to have left ketlibndge last Tues- day by for her old home in England, received a sad disappointment when she failed to pass the medical examination, which was necessary before boarding the She Is pnaying asTarigem'inis to make the ocean trip by ?joai. BOW Ed- i Thurstos to] on Friday after having i Foremost Family Has Distinguished War Record MIZPAH W.I. HOLDS ITS MONTHLY MEETING VACXHAIi. (BUS) A large number of invited guests were pres- ent at the regular March Ejecting BOY FALLS 15 VXTT LtTNDBRBCK. V Verne Dennis, young son of Mr. arsd Mrs. P. R. Desxais. FOREMCST. (HNS) 1VC. 1 Joe W. Hunt, recently returned, Iroia overseas was a rjsrtor here, I last week av the home mother. Mrs. Hunt. his of the Mizpah WX Roll call was 1 I "What I would do with an extra i Considerable time was spent on i 4. srussioa of the WJ. dance AaHgeaients, also oa arrangements; for the W.I. birthday party of April i received a fractured leg he fell 15 feet from a hayloft. He is a patient in tfce Pincher Creek hospital and his condition is satis- factory. Veterans At Bow Isbnd Organize BOW district met ia Municipal thea- Ire recently io discuss and mate plans for oraaizis? of a local husbands aad escorts of j M trie regular ajeetiEg, asi uninc D1IGV UCETUIS1 nower bulbs for HOLDS BUSY MEETING attended the sessions of the pro- vincial legislature. Mrs. Tnarsion left on Wednesday again to attend Dominion Social Credit con-; FOREMOST NOTES building down town, and -ail! erect j ventlon which Js being held in Re- j a new blacksmith shop. Dr. Blayney gjna this week, and Dr. Soby have bought down- j town comer lots with the intention WHEAT SEEDING STARTS of building a clinic, and the Foot- I TURIN. IHNS) A light rain hills school division has bought lots I Tuesdav halted farming operations on the opposite corner for office f for a while Wednesday. Sorne work j their farra land here at Foremost .f Farm ftop- Mores to EUik FOREMOST. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. D. Collett were He saw action in Italy, Holland j and Germany and was welcomed members wwi ae emcrauueu., p plr T Alrg mc'l't I ll'l'i.' home oy former old friends. His MaQV loTely fo, the wl PARK LAKE INSTITUTE three other brothers axe Clifford i Hurst, formerly with the R.CA, now; residing at Nobleford; John formerly a. flight lieutenant withi e i tbe RC A_F now residing at Ed- i A donation to the Salvation raomonf William Perry Army at Calgary was voted. 1 formerly a flying officer with the I also residing in Edsaon- ton. Another member of the family.: 1 Robert Bell, a flight lieutenant: with the R.C.A-F-. was" killed over- j seas. COMMSRCS. Mrs. to Jieadquareers as charter raerc- bers and ihe charter fas applied for. A Veterans' Club was crganaied to look after mattes anal such time as Vac charter is granted. OSicers of the club are: Nicholas, president; Clarence Orgarjizaaon t Calgary was voted. v hossesTso Park Thurstors. secretary. Organizaoon Practical and interesting is as Sgp, were read, one oa agricul- wten 15 were present for the regu- 1 Burdett; C. Collins, Burdett; win. Mrs. A. S. Martin, and one i_r i 5. GeldreSca, and care against Quarters. Other new businesses which have opened up in town and have se- cured accommodation include R. A. Lane, general purpose repairs; H. T. Love, auto supplies; W. G. Gal- way, small machine repairing: has been done oa the lace, but j and are now residing at Taber. presem Apnl meeting. Flower seeds i ,Ui were exchanged. Print for aprons DT for the fall bazaar was distributed Mrs. Joe Mead. Mrs. A. W. Hess j by convener. Doris Jen- Joe Hunt has now returned to5 an An exchange program a _astend Sask. where his wife and. wedding contest, watch was Farm Bureau Federation club sorrv to learn that they had sold exjid i Mrs- Wes 1 Lucas. Iowa, has beer, arranged 1 ner. jand members are anticipat- farming will be general until the end of the week. The first seeding of wheat done to date is reported from the Cameron. W. Reich having sown 100 acres. Mois- i conditions are fair in spite of! grajjj; Two local well drilling outfits HILLSPRING NEWS belonging to R. P. Medhjjrsi of this; district have been moved to Brooks j Warren Jones BBTS Farm at Rose- Martin and Mrs. W. Majtia. a baby's layette as the .y project. Benson assisted the hostess ing lunch and S2.45 was re- from the tea coHectioa. The return program wLl oe presented, j treasurer's report showed that al- Mrs. Branch gave an instructive', most was cleared by the lunch paper on N'ew Brunswick. Mrs.; which was served as she receat and Kellam, real estate and dOing splendidly. Two 1946 cars have appeared in] News of PLAYS PRESENTED AT PLEASING SOCIAL (HNS) A suc- cessful high priests social of the Alberta Stake was held here Friday evening to the Social Centre under the chairmanship of George Kearl. Two one-act plays were presented during the evening. "My True directed by Bertha Gregson and Lee Rollins, with the following cast, Marion Daines, Janice Bates, Jim Caldweli and Hugh Sloan; and "Fiineral Flowers For The directed bv- Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Smith, with the following cast, Murial bauer, Mark Spencer, Mildred Stutz and Bill Jensen. Special musical numbers were rendered as follows: Mouth organ solo by Charlie Findlay, songs with his guitar bv George Workman, and numbers by'the male quartette, Bill Bennett, Jay Gaboon, Frank Olsen and Karl Williams. The program was tinder the chairmanship of Stirling Low and Heber Matkin, with Mr. Low as master of ceremonies for the even- George Coutts of Lethbridge (nee Agnes Heed) formerly of Barors. During the afternoon apprpid- mately 50 guests were entertained with contests, games and a humor- ous reading by Mrs. O. E. Wobick. The guest of honor was the re- cipient of many lovely and useful which were presented to her in- a wagon, prettily decorated ia the Easter motif, drawn in by little Bobby Crowe. A tasty lunch was served by members" of the club under the able convenership of Mrs. R. Wobick. Mrs. Coutts is well known in Leth- bridge and Barons and has a host of friends in both centres. New Postmaster Named, Blackie BLACKIE. Alan Westersund, young veteran of the j Second World War, "has been ap- SPRIXG WORK STAKTED VAOXHALL. (HNS) Some new Hudson super sis. Mrs. H. Thompson is in the Medi- cine i Vivian Heninse" and Gav Hirsche. I Horsberger led a discussion or. j Thomas sale. !She received many beautiful I Cse Left-Over A refinery to produce table salt 3S "ticir Sdit2l ,v acquaintances. BetcV and E3ame Stadnick of Milo! I tiiswict conference, gave her report: Limited, subsidiary. wUl be set op. Low was a. one-tiae resident: diaries Tudor Is building the cor.ventioa. Mines Minister and service station one-half i The W.I. far the April project! Isiature in Halifax. north of Wrentham oa the will send a parcel of rood to chemical maustry praJu Foremost road. He will handle farciiy overseas, who was kind to: ash ana pUier proaacts a soda near the __C. Malmberg put in a few early potatoes during the last week of: March. Robins, meadowlarks. and Great J quite a fsw bluebirds have been re- j last 3 ported. Large fiocks of wild geese have been passing over to the north, and are to be seen on the lakes. STAGE FASHION SHOW MEDICIN3 Walter Huckvale Chapter. I-OJXIX. sponsored an attractive fashion shovr Wednesday afternoon and eve- ning at the Masonic hall. The dis- play of children's wear was ms.de more interesting by the original be- havior of several of the models, one little lady sjroiling back and forth across the stage as if she. too. wero thorouehiv enjoying showing the frocks. Interesting sport models, new coats, dressier modes and evening clothes were smartly modelled as well as a showing of ur coats. pointed postmaster at Blackie. ef- fective April 1. Mr. "Westersund is a son of air. and Mrs. Varao "Wes- IDS- i tersund, ST., of Blackie and served After the program luncn was several vears overseas. The ap- served under the cnairmanship of p0intment has the hparty auproval James Frodsham and S. W. Low. The rest of the evening was spent in dancing with music furnished by ilrs.-Thelma Smith at the piano and Dave Wolfe on the-, piano accordian. Excellent support was given to make this evening a suc- cess by MXA. and the first and second" ward high, priests qorums. SOUTH PRISCILLA CLUB ADOPTS CONSTITUTION BARONS. (HNS) The regular March meeting the South PriscSlla Club was held last Wed- nesday at the home of Mrs. Shearer, with 14 members and two visitors present- A report of the gingham dance held March 15 gave a net profit of S57.41. A new constitution has been pre- pared and was presented at this meeting for approval- Each rule was voted on by the members, and the constitution approved for future use of the club. A motion vas made that the club purchase 10 dozen spoons which will be placed in the Barons Community hall for use of the various organizations using the hall for serving lunches. A boiler is also to be purchased by the club for their own use. A mystery sunshine friend is now featured in the club, and anniver- saries of each members mystery friend are to be remembered with small gifts and cards. A question box will also be featured at future meetings- Mrs. H. Anderson will be hostess at the April meeting to be held on April 24- HON'OK 3IRS. COUTTS BARONS. (HNS) On Satur- day afternoon the home of Mrs. Harold Annable was the setting for a delightful shower arranged under the auspices of the Garden Prairie Women's Club, honoring Mrs. MRS. R COX HONORED AT GRANUM SHOWER _. GBANvJM. (HNS) Mrs. of the people-of the district. "Pat" Cox (nee Ruth Baird) was Mr. Westersund succeeds Stanley the guest of honor at a pleasingly Harrow, recentlv deceased and later arranged miscellaneous shower held Mrs. Dorothy Harrow, who has in the United church Wednesday served since her husband's death.! afternoon. Misses Mae and Isa- Mr. and Mrs. Harrow conducted i bell McDougall assisted the guest the Blackie post office for the past i Of honor in unwrapping the many 24 years. Mrs. Harrow has accepted a po- sition with the Blackie Co-opera- tive Association and will continue to live in Blacfcie. land beautiful gifts which were brought in a gaily decorated wheel- barrow' bv two little girls, and Lois "Baird dressed as Easter bunnies. The gift of the committee was a TELEPHONE OPERATOR LEAVES MANY FRIENDS FOREMOST. (HNS) Miss Alice Wolfe, telephone operator here, has been transferred to the Lethbridge head office. Alice is a Foremost girl, born and raised nere- When she left high school six years ago she took charge of the telephone office and has given her customers very satisfactory work in that length of time, during which she has made many friends. LTJNBBRECK NOTES LTINDBRECK. (HNS) Mrs. Linda Thompson, English bride of Vaughn Thompson of Lundbreck. will arrive in Halifax on Friday, April 5, on board the He de France. Mr. and Mrs. Thompson were mar- ried in England last spring. Mr. and Mrs. E. Verner Wilson of Shanty Bay, Ont., who have spent the winter at the coast, are visiting relatives and friends in the district enroute to their home. Mr. and airs. M. Stapleton of Calgarv were weekend visitors at the home of Mr. aad Mrs. J. F. Smith. A. W. P. Patrick of the Max- mont oil' well has returned after spending the past few weeks in Calgary. Harvev Welsh and Pete Wihnan were Lethbridge visitors last week. Rosemary rooving his possessions. He is a t-.: ictumed serviceman, having served A. Wolfe, i the R.C.A-F. overseas for two j Miss A. Druhan. Mr. J. Metheral j years. He received his discharge and J. Brown, all of Foremost. just before Christmas. Both Mr. I Mr. and Mrs.. M. Shannon and anil ST. J. iz. J son. Merle, recentlv of Foremost, LOXS. ward arid the people of Hiil- have moved to Etdkom where Mr. spring wish them and their family Shannon and his brother, Lloyd. good luck in their new home, will take over the garage forme'riv I Dave Pitcher, local business man. XZC -AjUi Hili.U-lC: rtiiv f ._ Red Head" oil and gasoline pro- one of the soldier boys while sta- 1 sait deposits also will oe iucts, tiorsed m therr country. They will ed. he said. ___________ operated by M. Escrand. has purchased the town home of Warren Jones. Mrs. McCoaichie Is home from the -hospital and doing nicely. Mr. and Mrs. McConichie are looking forward to their son MelvSn, wife Board of Trade Re-elects Executive and family who will arrive this VAUXHALL NOTES Other News of interest rva (HNS) C.P.R. week from Winnipeg to reside here. The HiHspring MJLA. presented a fantasy, in' i. t t. -1 acts by Luacine Clarke Fox, i shipments ior the latter haif haU Friday March March were four cars of cast "consisted of 23 mem- four cars of hpgs. three cars of directed bV Mrs. Flora horses, one car of sheep and f our j jacijsoa. cars of grain.- j in spite of the muddv side roads j At a meeting 01 the new 1946 a large audience attended acd an- j Board of Trade executive the same tirecited the hard work, it repre- officers were re-elected: Tage Isented. Special mention should be j Brick, president; N, Maim, vice- j given to the different committees, r president; J. M. MacLean, secre- j especially the costume, make-up i tary-trcas-orer. iand lighting committees. i The last meeting of the j Lsnn WooUe. recently returned Bridge Club was held on Tuesday! serviceman, has purchased the fajra i evening, April 2. as the home of} of Frank Roberts, bStwr known as Mrs- G. C. MacLeod. the Nels Hansen. farm. Mrs. Peggv Reason has returned j A farewell party was held Mon- j >me after "a successful oueration day for Paul Smith, son of Sir. and MANY NEEDED ITEMS ARE BEING RECEIVED AT HOYTS DAILY. HERE ARE ONLY A FEW. home after a successful operation ia the Taber hospital- Mr, and Mrs. Schneider .of Gran- Mrs. W. C. Smith, who is leaving for an LJXS. mission. He left __ tbam are the parents, of a daugh- Ttiescay mormng f or Salt Lake ter, bom recently. Mrs. Freda Green and little daughter left this -week for Barn- well, they expect to reside beautiful coffee table. A quartette j for the nest six months. panied by Miss Shirley Syme sang I "The Easter Mrs. Cox nag ______- expressed her sincere appreciation to the assembled friends for their lovelv gifts and wishes. Miss Isabell McDougaH sang and "Smiling accompanied bv Miss Shirley Syme. Mrs. R. F. McDougall and Mrs. Prank McDougall presided 'at the tea table which was covered with. lace table cloths and centred with vases of daffodils. Income and Excess Profits Tax Service SECRETARIES LIMITED P.O. Box 940 5 and 6 Acadia Bldg.. 612 3rd Ave. S. Phone 2619 TEACKERAGEIS MOVED TO BLACKIE BLACKIE. (HNS) Because of the difficulty in finding board- ing places for the teachers, in Blackie. the Foothills School Divi- sion have moved a teacaerage to Blackie and are remodelling the building for occupancy of two teachers. It is expected that an- other building will soon be moved in to accommodate the principal and his family. C. N. Mitton of the school board, has charge of the work. New residences are being built for John Breitzke, C.P.R. cartage contractor, and Dallas Wooldridge of the Paradee Garage staff. The house occupied by J. H. Douglas has recently been sold and will be moved to Calgary. Mi'. Douglas is building a new home on I his farm near Blackie. NEWLANBS NOTES NEWLANDS. (HNS) Mrs. Axel Carison was hostess to the Newlands Club on Wednesday, March 27, and for the card party been visiting for couple of weeks as. the home of her brother, Elmer Micklebury, BARONS TOPICS City, where he wd attend the LJXS. corcersnce. Mrs. Ivan Davies is a patient in a Calgary hospital. She is very ill, having undergone two major oper- Irvin Meldrum left for Salt Lake LJXS. confer- ence. Lloyd Woolf has purchased the town "home from Iner Guall, better known as Win. Campbell home. Mr. Wooif is a returned service- man, having served with the R.C. He expects to receive his dis- charge soon. He recently purchased the farm of B. B. Accrus, southeast of EHlspring. Mrs. lily Olsea has moved into her new home. The local Lions held their regular meeting Thursday evening with Dewey Sinita, president, presiding. Royal Purple Installation Play is Well Attended BARONS. (ENS) Mrs. Vase- lenak, district deputy supreme. Honored Koval Lady, assisted by Mrs. Gogan, Lethbridge Lodge Honored Royal Lady, installed Mrs. M. Hodgson as treasurer, and Mrs. C. Allen as Lecturing Lady, at the _________ last meeting of the Royal Purple Returns From Hospital- Lodge at Barons. i _ The Central Service Station man- j agement has been taken over by P. Asplen, and his family have now WRENTHAM NOTES Bride is Garage and Service Station WRENTHAM. (HNS) CUn- taken ap residence in the village, ton, the young son of Mr. and Mrs. Rov Gygie, former manager of the station, is now residing on the C. Kittleson farm east of Barons. Word has been received by friends here that Ted Martin, R.C.A-F.. ex- pects to leave England this week for home. Theodore Bossert. returned home last Monday from a Letcbridge hospital, where he had been, a pa- tient for several weeks. Mrs. Ash and daughter, Annie, of Lethbridge, were weekend visit- ors" as the home of Mr. and Mrs.' few days. for Calgarv, where she sill attend college. Mrs. Clarence Teynor and infant _ T wiisICtiiy.e auu Friday evening Barony Lite, returned home last Sat- ary Society sponsored a. short three j act play in the Community haU here, with a splendid attendance, The direction was by H. Cummins, Those taking part in tne play in- i dav m tae Relief Society elude Esta Pertel, Marjory Schmitz, j building. A goodly number of la- i Audrey Anderson. J. Andrechak, H. present and a short pro- (nee Anne lit- vras the guest of honor at a shower last Wednes- Hoffman. Doris Cutforth. Barbara gram enjoyed by all. Mrs. Crow, Tommy Tombs. G. Wobick. Davis and Mrs. N. ll EUason each R. L. Snell and Cecil Tombs. Be- i Rave a reading and Mrs. Frank Nel- April 1. Meeting was postponed 1 tween acts musical numbers were; son and' Mrs. Gordon McSenzie ii----i-----i presented by the Glee Club under ;sang a duet. The remainder of the direction of H. Mumby. A: time was spent in Tsriting pc ladies trio and quartette were also. in. honor of the bride. featured as well as vodellmg cow- j Mrs. Henineer was assisted In j for three weeks and will then be at Mrs. Ted Tolley's at Monarch. G. Pearson was a hospital patient the first of the week, having his tonsils removed. the poetry boy selections by R- L. Snell. opening the gifts by two httle girls. BAGGAGE McBrine recofatzed for it's many juperior qualities, is lierfe, in ment for your approval Trunks, salt cases, dressing cases, duffle etc. Sbop early whfle selection at best. ALUMINUMWARE A NEW SHIPMENT RECENTLY RECEIVED Choo Choo Metal Wayon WEAREVER FRY PANS Handy size for general dj-j no use. Folding handles. Only A WAGONS Streamlined hardwood box with steel reinforcing. Highly nolished natural varnish finish. Steel disc rubber tired. Air Flow Wagon Highway Transport WEAREVER SAUCEPANS Open style, gn and and 2 qt. sizes. WEAREVER COVERED SAUCEPANS 98c (6.95 Wearenrtsr Double Boilers 2 quart size, complete with cover. Percolators it cup size, with glass tops. Each Weare-rer 8 cup size, in extra heavy aluminum. Heat-proof handle. You Always Do Better At ANNOUNCING. A 5-Day Business Week We have adopted a FIVE DAY BUSINESS WEEK. On Saturday mornings we plan a skeleton office and mechanical crew for mainten- ance purposes only. We will actually operate an extra hour each week, under the new arrangement, and our standard of production and service will be improved. We bespeak the co-operation of our many valued cus- tomers to assist us to carry out this new policy. Lethbridge Iron Works Co. Ltd CHINOOK BELT PIONEERS OF 1898 WHEN THAT WATER IS TURNED ON, It With Success! S u C C E S SOIL MOVERS IRRIGATION PUMPS LAND LEVELLERS TUMBLE BUG SOIL MOVER Sturdy Long-Lasting: Equipment for Clean, Firm Ditches, Well-built Fills and the Most Profitable Use of Water IN FW SPA PERI GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES LIMITED NEWSPAPERRfiCHP ;