Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
MONDAY, APRIL Smallpox Scare In Fertile, B.C. (HNS) Each householder has been circularized. regarding the smallpox scare, by the health authorities as follows: "Seattle and San Francisco have several cases of smallpox and Seat- tle had several deaths from the dread disease in the last few days. "As this city is in direct bus communication with Seattle, the following persons are strongly ad- vised tc be vaccinated against smallpox immediately: "I. Adults who never have been vaccinated. "2. Adults who have not been cuccessfuUy vaccinated within the lass five years. "3. Infants and pre-schoois who have not been successfully vsccin- "4. School ehUdren have been dealt with on another paper. "The clinic will be held for in- fants. pre-schocls and adults at Fetue school Wednesday, April 10 to pjn. "Public Health Nurse." TRADE BOARD HEAD ENCHANT NEWS Equipment for Srfioo! Cadet Corps Plant Seine Installed Sgt.-Maj. Warren ol MJ3. 13. Calgary, ar- rived bv train on Monday evemns with ilie intention of remaining a few days with the school cadet corps, but as the equipment for the" local coros has not arrived, he left for another group and will re- turn when the equipment is re- ceived from Caigary and Winnipeg. L. Howg, local ilassey Karris dealer left for Lethbridge on Tues- day to attend the Massey Harris dealers convention being teld on Wednesdav of this week. Mr. and'Mrs. G. H. "Lang, accom- panied by Mrs, R- H. Westwong. left for Calgary on Tuesday where they will visit for tne next three or four days. C. R. Wiest, Jr., who has been home on leave from the Canadian army for the past few months left for Calgary en Monday to receive his discharge and oil his return. will continue to drive a truck for his brother John. C. R. Wiest. Jr., who has been running the gas and oil business and garage for his son John dur- ing the oast five rears while John was overseas, turned the business over, to bis son on April 1. John will have his two brothers. Cecil and Francis, working with him. Ke is putting in a larger electric light- ing plant and will be able to supply dwelling and business places in town with electricity when it is installed. C-.R. "Wiesfc will super- vise the work on his farms east JACK >L FALKINS M. palkins. who operates a real estate and insurance business here, has been chosen as new president of the Craubrook Board of Trade. He came cess in 1943. In the December civic election He was elected to the city council- DISTRICT DOINGS Herald Correspondents Day to DISTRICT NEWS PAGE FIVE NAMED SCHOOfc TKCSTEE CARDSTCN. (HNS) J. S. Smith of Cardstoa was elected J recently by acclamation to thes trustee and represent Subdivision J No. 7 on the St. Mary's River- divisional school board. Cardstoa1 school came under thp St. Mary's j River division April 1st. retroactive s to January 1st. All books are to be turned over immediately. Mr. Smith is to meet with the board at his first meeting April loth. Monarch Pioneer Passes On Sunday NEW HOXSPRIXG FARMER HIIiSPRIKG. Mel- Tin and family of Winnipeg arrived in Hillspring by car Tuesday. They will make their! home here, having purchased the farm of John S. Smith of Cardston. This farm until recently has been rented by M- Christian. Mr. Mc- Comckie was a farmer in the Win- nipeg district and shipped four I -just complain of if chin q, burning do something a bout it If you are tumbled viiih itching piles nctal soreness, do not delay treatment aaa run the risk of letting this condition become Any rectal itching or painful passage of stool is nature's and proper fihould be secured at For tVm pnipcae Ret a package of Hem- Fnid from any dmeglst and use aa doiectea. This formula which is used intemsHy is s. easy to take tablet, -will quickly re- lieve the 'itching and soreness and aid in healing the sore tender_ spots. Hern-Roid 1m pleasant to use, ia highly recommended it teora the height o'f foUy for any one to risk a painful and chronic pile con- dition when so Sue a remedy may be had at scch, a stnaH cost. Money back if you not entirely pleased. sponsor of this notice is Ml reliable firm doing business in Canada for oter 2O Tears. Hem-Roid must help yonr Annoviag and pahsfal pile do it" nmckly. easilr and pleasantly or your test of tbis remarkabiy successfal focmnla costs loo nothing- Try it today. or town, one on dry land and the other in the irrigated area. George Sander, who has been on leave from the Canadian army for the uast several months, left on Wednesday for Calgary where he J will obtaui his discharge and re- j turn to help his parents on tne farm west of town. At a card partv held ac the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wagler. on Tuesdav evening, John Dorchak was hfgh scorer for the gents aad Mrs. O. Olson for the ladies. the occasion of his recent birthday anniversary. Another birthday partv in the Highbank district. Miss Sonja Heed was surprised by some 14 friends Friday night. Games were played during the evening anniversarv. to A close the delightful BOW ISLAND NOTES Another Boy Beturns From Over- Welcomes War Bride BOW ISLAND. (HNS) Mrs. M. Schoaert left on Wednesday for Georgia, U-S.A-, where she will with her daughter for a few weeks. The Byam brothers have taken over the" local dray business and will deliver express and freight for the C.P-R. Miss Irene Phay is absent from her teaching duties on sick leave until after Easter. Miss Edna Gra- ham is teaching both grade seven and eight until that time. Frank Adams is a patient in the Colonel Belcher Hospital in Cal- gary. Robert "Weir returned home from overseas on Tuesday after serving as an aero engine mechanic with the 20th Division in Germany. Mrs. at E. Weir and Mrs. Eobt. Weir met him in Medicine Hat. Hobert will leave for Winnipeg on April 23 to receive his discharge- Sirs. Ray Byam. a British war bride, arrived from overseas last week to join her husband. Mr. and Mrs. Byam will make their home in Bow Isiand, where Ray is open- ing a tinsmithing shop. Miss Phyllis Ley was home for 10 days, visiting with Sir. and Mrs. Ley before going to Calgary. Sir. Geiinas, assistant operator at the CJP-R- station here, has secured the position as agenc at- Burdett, and will take over his duties there at the first of nest week. SEVEN PERSONS NOTES Friends Mark Birthaav Occasions Elevator Agent Arrives PERSONS. Dan Gagzi was in Medicine nat this week. A number of friends and neign.- bors surprised Anton Carlson on Believe It or Not "Hoyt's" has the TOOLS For the Mechanic or Farmer Tools are a necessity. Saws, Hammers, Planes, Braces, Tapes, Levels, Vises, Squares, Bits, Wrenches, Hand Drills. Yes! and lots of others you'll need. See for yourself. See Our Window Display You Always Do Better Burger Hosetli started work on the CJP-R. at this point, April 1. Mr. and Mrs. John Klancc an- nounce the birth of a son last week. Fie. Pat McDonnell arrived home at the from QUgary; where he received his discharge from the army. A.-S. Arthur Moore also arrived from Winnipeg, where he received his discharge Irons the navy. Gilbert Hill, who has beeii grain buyer for the Alberta Pool for the year. left for his home in Tacoma. Wash., where he will reside. His position has been filled by H. O. Corisiine of FairTlew. Alia, only recently returned from overseas. Mr. and Mrs. R. K, Munrq and Joanne were visitors from Picture Butte at the home of the former's paren-s, Mr. and Mrs. D. llunro, for a couple oavs this week. Miss Adeline Wasley, junior room teacher, attended the convention Thursday. Co-Op. Store To Be Started Soon K3M3SRLEY. plicaiion has been made by a group here for a charter to operate the Kiinberiey Co-operative As- sociation." About Sfty people attend- ed tne initial meeting to discuss this project, and elected as their tem- oorary board of directors. Don Car- lisle, "j. McGregor. R. McCall, Leo Niinsick. H. Barker, Mrs. EL M. An- derson, Mrs. X liUnstrpm, F. Shan- non mams Reward Offered For Dog Poisoner MEDICINE New Officers Of Women's League BOW ISLAND Tire regular meeting of the Bow Island Catholic Woraerx's League was held zens, especially those Jiving in the at the rectory Thursday, April 4. BukkrsStiti Active In Taber TABER Mes- dames R. H. Dahi and William. An- derson. Mr. and Mrs. Evans Sabey enter- tained at bridge Saturday evening. Honors went to Mrs. Harold Mc- Kean, Mrs. De Voe Matkin, Mrs. C. W. Jlsher and C. W. Flsber and Jesse Jessop. Miss No', a O'Brien, who is leav- ing soon for a mission in the Cen- tral Pacific for the church, has been the guest of honor at a series of parties. Mesdames C. Watson and E. Mc- Leod entertained for her Sunday evening following church services. Mrs. Jack JJilsson of Rosemary was an out-of-town guest. On Tuesday evening Mesdames ladies wish, to thank all those woo so kindly helped make 'his so sue- j cessfuL Mrs. Gerald Kbble invited the A5d to her home for the nexs meeting. The Community dab had their final social evening Wednesday in the nature of a roast beef dinner. Meetings are not held during the busy summer months but plans are being made for a bigger and better club next fall when meetings will be resumed. Mrs. Wm. Todd had the misfor- tune to severely injure her leg in a fall down tie cellar. She will have to have a' case on her leg for sometime. Clark Preaclergast is a patient in the hospital. Laurence Hunt has left for Cal- gary for treatment for his bacs. A surprise parry was given Bob McKanna honoring his sixteenth birthday. The young people repon a very good time. Sir. and Mrs. George Postman have returned from Upper S'.unas. B.C.. where they have been visa- ing relatives for several months. Excavation and basements are be- ing made for three new residencs in town. rationing was partly responsible, but the chief factor was a decline in pork consumption. Total civilian consumption was estimated st 1365 pounds per capita. compared with 149.3 pounds in 1944. Pork consumption was 10.S pounds lower than the 1944 3gure of 61.4 pounds. FACTORY FOR EDMONTON EDMONTON. April Ed- montpu has been selected as the j location for a new spark plug man- j ufacturing plant. David J. Allen. I New York, vice-president of a spark i plug company announced here Sat- urday. Mr. Allen, said he was not in s., position to give aa estimate of the', amount involved in the new The company, he said, operates plants at Columbus, Ohio, and i Gnionville, Indiana. i The Inside Nerves NEMISKA3I NEWS NOTES NEMISKAM (HNS) Friends will be sorry to hear that Mrs. Herb Thompson has not been feeling well and was staying with fnends at Medicine Hat. _ Herb Thompson, accompanied bv C. O. balder and E. Mitchell nere Dave jsfichol. motored to Medicine hostesses at a party honoring Miss O'Brien. A scrap book was pre- sented the honored guest. On Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Hampton Witbeck was hostess at a partv for Miss O'Brien. Lovely go- ing-away gifts were presented the guest of honor. Mesdames C. O. Xalder and D. G. Selman were hostesses to the Read- j er's Progress Cluo. Wednesday af- temoon. at Mrs. Nalder's home. Mrs. De Voe Matkin gave an in- teresting review of Georges Bizet's opera. airs. Reg. Cooper has returned from a visit to Utah. Wflford Burrows lefc via Western Airlines for Salt Lake City on Thursday. Members of the 4th Quorum of Elders of the Raymond second ward with their partners, enjoyed a chicken supper, program and dance in the second ward recreational hall on Fnda3% Mrs. J. Anderson and Thos. Allen supplied the music for dancing. HILLSPRING NEWS Hat to get Mr. Thompson's wife. The Newiskani play, "Aunt Jeru- j shy on the Warpath" has been sponsored at Nemiskam. Neighbor- view, Hoping, Manyberries and Conkerville. Leo Sullivan motored to Leth- bridge to spend a few davs. Mrs. MacHugh and Lee. ac- companied by Mrs. Dave Niehol, motored to Medicine Hat. WORE GRANDMOTHER'S PIN COALDALE. (HNS) In con- nection with, the account of the Earl-Gordon weadmg on March 29, the ladies who catered to the wed- ding dinner at the bnde's home were Mrs. Herman Smith, Mrs. Donald Gordon, Mrs. Lyle Fair- hursfc and Mrs. Charles" Gordon. The bride's only decoration was a pin which had been worn by her grandmother, the late Mrs. Anna Neilsen. Tlay for Basket- ball Team From Salt Lake City HILLSPRrNG (HNS) The MJJV. presented the play "Cinder- ella." in Cardston Thursday evening, i A very large crowd was reported in 1 attendance. The proceeds from this i play will be applied on the purchase i of a new electric organ for the church. 1 The LDS. church has purchased a piano from Bishop Owen i of Glenwood. j The following is a letter received in regards to our local lien basketball team Uiat recentlv went, j to Salt Lake to take part, ia the i basketball tournament: j Bishop Fisher: You will undoubtedly be interested i to know that the team which you sent in to the All-Church Basket- ball tournament, now just com- pleted. a fine group of joung i fellows. We haie neve- had such j a clean grout) of athletes into our touraamfnt. The calibre of com- I petition was xery much improved j over the war years and the sports- j manship and general conduct of the teams was outstanding. We have already expressed our appreciation to your team, but we j thought jou wouid like to know direct from us how much we appre- ciate having your boys participate with us. We feel that this athletic program makes a very distinct con- tribution to the lives of the boys and ue know that will continue I to encourage a well-supervised ath- i RUSSIA BUSY IN KURILES LONDON, April A special dispatch to the Sunday newspaper. News of the World, under a Sap- poro, Japan dateline, said the Hus- sions were fortifvmg the Kurile is- EKASTUS OLSEN CARD5TO2T fHNS) Erastus Olsen, pioneer of Cardstcn and dis- trict, celebrated his 83rd birthday anniversary April 1. Members of his family and a large number of friends were presenc ar. the Oisen j liome on this occasion. He received many long distance phone cabs, among them one from his elder brother. Saren, in Utah, who is 85 years old. Erastus Olsen is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Saren Oien who left Den- mark 1852 to make their home with the saints in Utah. Erastus was born the next year 1863. In 1838 Erastus Olsen s family came to Can- ada, first settling of Card- ston. then in 191o took up a home- stead near Beazer. About 1922 he moved into Cardston where he still resides. He is a faithful Temple worker and is enjoying- excellent health. Mrs. Erastus Olsen passed away in 1906 and Mr. Olsen later mar- ried Mrs. Hannah Scott. His the father of ten children from his first marriage. The fol- lowing are still living: Clarence Ol- sen of Cardston. Mrs. Clara Rran of Los Angeles. G. Olsen of Seazer, Muriel Oisen "of Blackfoot. Idaho, Mrs. Myrtle Gill of Pocateilo, and Carl Olsen in B.C. COLEMAN CORPORAL RETURNING TO CANADA TO HELP PREVENTCOLDS TAKE- Maa? doctors apree t5mt colds are of tea the revolt Soircrcd body resistance. To resistance to colds, these samo doctors the" healthful proper- ties of Vitamins A and D. found :a McCoy's Becaiose clinical research tj-at vitamins -work better IT presence of each McCoy's Tablet contains tba to you set msucsniUTn vitamin benefit. Boy McCoy's Tablets today. If not satisfied after taking; one boz. your xaoney Trjli be refunded. 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