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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, APRIL 9, 1946 TEMPLE QTY PLAYERS WIN AT COLEMAN DRAMA FESTIVAL COLEMAN. (HNS) Cardston nized as a subregional festival in Draroa Club with a sterling per- formance in "Funeral Flowers Fo: The Bride" von the honors in Coleman Lions fifth annual Drama} Cardston Drama Club will carry Festival staged on Thursday and I the Coleman festival colors in the Friday evenings. There five provincial event, plays "entered. The festival was another unquali- fied success. Reserve seat tickets for the two nights had been ex- DISTRICT LX5INGS Herald Correspwdeots Happeniacs Day DISTRICT NEWS PAGE FIVE MUSICAL FESTIVAL IS ENJOYED AT COALDALE COALDALS. hausted scon aftti they had gone on sale and many had to be turned from the coor prior to the start of the plays. la order to accommodate those 'a'ho had been able to secure "GKillym Edwards, secretary of the Albena Drami. league, spoke; brieflv oa rriday evening between plays" and congratulated Coleman j Lions and the Pass audiences for sponsoring so successfully drama I festivals sa this area. j made, third, with 155 marks. Action song, one entry, Coaidale. winning 80 marks for their fine pre- sentation of "Alice Blue Chas, Wing Dies At Cranbrook C31AXBRQOK, Charles "Wing, age 59, resi- dence !n this province extends back aaore Uian 30 years, died here after _ a short illness. Born in England, he came to Canada as a i FESNIS, B.C. Heavy Snowf afl Ties Up Lumber Operations In Mountain Area (By Staff Reporter) __ yours snan, -sras engaged in raii-sray melting of the winter's heavy snow- i be "Unable to rark !a Ijash. caraps, i lumberjacks are tackling April jjato the city until forestry -araii can sensation of "Alice Blue Goism' Rythm Coaidale. isnUs! 83 rsarks; second. White School, construction work moastrated last Ricay by the large attendance of parents and friends durisg the ail-day sessions of the Musical Festival sponsored bv Choral Lola i bridge School Division No. 7 and Coaidale. with 84 zaarks; Crystal Coaidale School. i second. with 83 marks. iy the Taber Di- There were SO entries la aU, 22 Chora! speech. Division Board to "represent it at 5 of them group entries, 38 individual dale and Crystal Lake tied -xnih 311 1942 as district school conference fne dues, entries, with Arthur each; second. White nlr ork for fall has tarr-ed many roads in this j On many city blocks -risere sspir Granby Company as: region into quagmires and has to-' was not removed dsnsg the He worked terrupted iuinbering 'operations at ter, sidewalks are saS covered g at ParksviUe. corded here during the oast piles of snow cleared from streets camp for tickets and those who lidsh to re- iies- the plays arrangements were promptly made for the four Pass entries to re-enact their plays on Monday evening. April 8, in Cole- man Community halL Results Of Competition South Students Join Fraternity PROVO Four students from Barnweli and one from Taber were initialed Following completion of the plays! i Dstt- _ Lambda Delta Sig- chuich frater- Ihe hoaae and which is scheduled to be held in Olds tins month. XEW CJP.R- AGENT MANYBEaRIES. (KNS) ilr. and Mrs. J. Flyna and family 01 K. Finland, organist of Southsaia- j SO marks; iv-S" sartirae price and tra'ie board re- ths fall vas even heavier. Lethbndge. adjudicat-j 78 marks. Surrivir-g ing for the siuging entries, Ts-hsie Boys' solo. Division Jake here, his mother, j _ Owen Williams judged the Ens. Coalda-e. 81: second. Arthur, three brothers in .O 'England, and two other brothers. ter. compared tee tnree and reached such a height tha; of tea. four feet annually for several years pedestrians on sice-arali- -arere os- past. In some areas able to see traces traTeiliag ca traffic lanes. electitior. and folk dancing. Certificates for firss and second j Girls" Doram. 80. Iris" jj_ -il OiiU. w._ i lomond arrived here Monday, Mr.! standing were presented to the win-1 Bartlett. White School. 73: Betty B work as C-P-R- agent -ners at i .Earokoskv and operator here this week. W.; principal Hoit of Readymade acted Molstad. who has been relieving agent the several months, left the e-.enms -arhen Martens, Coaidale, Win? at Parkstiae. and A. zs of Var.couver. funeral be ort Tuesday Facilities XJMBERLSY. This The results were Cardston Drama Club. 85 points; the Coleman Play- ers, 82; Colemaa Drama Club, 75; the Beilevue Players, 72; and the Blairmore Players. 70. The best actress was again Mrs. Polly Purvis, of the Coleman Play- ers, "with 40 points out of a possible 50- Mrs. Purvis had won the honor lass jear and repeated with al- most" a similar role this year, that of a woman mentally ill. The best male actor was Bill Jensen, of the Cardston Drajna Club, with 3T out of 50- The bess supporting female role was iron by Miss Muriel Keu- bauer. of Cardston, with 39 out of 50. and the bess supporting male role bv Arthur Graham, of the j Coleman Players, '.nth 36 OUE of 50. j Adjudicator Risk stated that he thought, highly of the plays as plays and that the ouahty of the festival was high. Ke gave a detailed criti- cism of the plays showing where DoisLs had been loss and how some plays could have been improved. Presentations Made J. J. Mclntyre, of Coieman. made the uresentatioa to the various winners, the Lions Shield, held by the director of the winning play for sresented to Xonna Peterson, of Cardston. Following the presentation Mr. Risk, a nrime favorite with Pass drama festival audiences, this being his second consecutive year here, was apDlauded back to the stage. In appreciation of the audience's goodwill he gave them a pantomine of a lad- coining into a theatre and sitting "through the performance- He did not speak a word during his performance bus with the use of his body, hands, face and head expres- siorls had the audience in uproarious laughter the full ten minutes he took to go through his comedy. Cn Saturday evening it was "Audience Purpose was to give Pass audiences an idea of how plays are judged, how acting can be improved and how stage setting can score points. Since the local festival was recog- r a JL j. wyley Sessions, spon- SOUTH The j chainnan. Winners listed Winners who performed concert were: at sor. are Jo Mercer, Robert home of Mrs. Ada was tne scene of a very enjoyable party in Crystal Lake public caorus, con- ducted by ICss A. Komelson. Ry thai" band of Cualdale. Grade I. conducted by Miss Bodie and taught Delores _ _________ Johnson of BarnweU, and sold his farm and has a passage ttESsW Taber. _ booked for his old home in Dean Johnson, and honor of Peter Johnson who has j by iirs. J. Emery and Miss V. John- son. Paskratz. Folk dancing bv four couples of White School. Girls' Begier. lovely travelling Lake group, chor- BarnweU'Hi'gh "School m amended Normal School bifore coming to B.V.U. where she is a majonng 111 speech. Her brother, Mr. Mercer, was gradu- ated from Barnweil High School in 1945 and is a freshman at tae l, majoring in pre-engineenng Leit Mr Johnson, son of Leith John- also a graduate of School and a fresh- He is majoring in son. lEss Johnson, daughter of Johnson, was graduated in l from Bamweli High, and is majcr- in Home Economics at the Y. was served and presented with a case by his friends, all wishing mm a} bv Heather Allans a good trip and a very goca time class among liis old home town friends. Cardston Woman's Gift Appreciated Karl of Cardston recently re- ceived a very interesting letter from of a te put of oyjamas made for the Red Cross over a year ago. The letter was from Annie Valk, -v.no came to England roth 100 Dutch children to recover frola what they Miss Francis, daughter ot E- K. Francis, was graduated from Taber High School in 1941 and Cslgary Kormal School in 1942. she is a sophomore majoring in music. Goes To Jail For Elks' Club Theft G. Manson a. provlnce famous for tulips and solo, by Jake Ens. Action song. "Alice Blue by class of Miss Helen Martens, i Coalcuile, with Joanne Dupen as soloist- Girls' Bartlett- Hecutions by the Misses Elaine Graven. Xatalie Sngel and Mildred Lassiiter. Chorus by White School, led by their principal. Girls' solo by Miss Darlene Hun- sacker. Solo by Allan Petrie, choral speech bv MSSS'H. Marten's class. "Duet by Use Misses K. Giesbrecht and 3ST. Elder. Girls' solo by Jean Henderson. Drama, "Home by by j at the home of Seth Barr. I Miss Slen Bodgener of Caras- I boan js TxsxiKg at the feorse of her Mrs. George A ks of farmers axsruled the sale a; Pincher Creek en Wednesday a kc of the Sandgrees EOS- chiriery up for sale and repor; tee len Public school Plett and M. Zelenko. Coaidale. 81 marks; Jake Ens and Ronald second, with 78 rnarXs. Soys' solo. Division Pankratz. CoaWale. 77 marks, witai Roily Daniel o! Crystal Lake and; Robert Baker of CoaSdale tyms for second place with 75 marks each. Girls' solo, Hunsacker of School and Ly- Plan Community Chest, Kimberley KDJ3EHLSY. BC. (HXS) Wstii a ger.eral of caring for the coGur.unitT's welfare in the o: u.f iiinui? A card party and iarss "-as hdi "j Smelting Company as Traii, is the ArdenvHe school Fri- O'srcers of the to setUe day. prizes to Rayraor-d 2ed- posnts still n cispute abous the gener gem's first and ladies' -irss transact-on. Until uus a done no to Mrs. 2. A- Barr, correlations go- farther action on the ratepayer ins: to Mr. J. Driver aral ilrs. Vie- pleoiscue to authorize purchase tor Bsrr. A lovely bedspread I car be taken. presented to and Mrs. Blunder! i Under the city council fay their fronds, for nfhxh Mr, has consented to pay the 15 cents Blunders, espressed ia per capita of tne "city's popuiaticn i to the provincial govennnenc to dia Begier of Coaldaie tied for first XEW5 FROM CHAMPICW and Necia Elder. Coaidale. Tilth Drama, Folk ....._ 82 marks; second. Crystal Lake. 80 marks. j Hecution. Division HI Elaine Graven tied for first place with Natalie Engel with S3 marks each: Ronald Grunewald winning second; with 82 marks. the the ported difficulties -srere being ex- i Thev espec; to be goes a ;bfaimn5 the Creeks. is ur, ?ranfc Ifele and spens lass Ii Medl- SUs Mrs.. Little's j sister, Mrs. K. C, ass. Mr. cially stari-auor.. Anme was of ten little girls one had received the pyjamas.! Pardon please while I talk about cheese! 1 hospital and school boards to dss- hears attack. Claude irtotored her to town. M. Sawver of Medicine Hat spent j several days in town on business. "representative to attend Medicine Hat visitors this week! school trustee's meetings; Wm. included Joe Trainer. Mr. and Mrs. i Blackmore to act in the same P. Fuhrman, Mr. and Mrs. D. capacity as hospital board meetings. T5I11 T TT7" TCS-vsri-t f T53.1O Weiss. Bill Larson, W. Vilho Matson. and Another Saturday afternoon Par- pund, nt and Teachers meeting was held on taxes will be paid to Secretarv-Tteasurer Chester As- Cochrane No. 6. Glea- ent and Teachers meeting in the Commumtv hall. j C.P.R. officials from "Winnipeg. Calgary and Lethbndge passed j through nere on a tour of isspec- tioa on Tuesday. L. Er-ensori and Fred Larson were Wednesday evening at thei Jfeilson home. i Mr. and Norman Grover and i son are visiting Norman's mother, j Mrs. J. Grover, and brother, Martin, John Tenhunen left for Thursday morning, where hs wU be SALVATION ARMY ACTIVE to tfj BC. (HNS) Spe- are being conducted hall each frotn April 4ta Yolms people's meet- .nc "-o- Ido-e te fa He WILLIAMSON OF CHAMPION SUCCUMBS CHAMPION. (HNS) Mrs. Christina Ann Williamson. 66. who had been ill for some tims. died Sun- day. She was born in Edinburgh, Scotland, and had been a resident in Canada for many years. She was agent for the Alberta Government Telephones from 1924-43. Her hus- band died in 1929. Three daughters survive. The funeral will be held Thursday at Champion at p.ra. WIFE SOON FOLLOWS HUSBAND IN DEATH PINCHER CREEK. fHNS) Mrs. Bertha Crook, 71 years, passed away April 4 and was laid to rest Saturday following funeral services., with interment in St. John's ceme- Col. D. H Tomlinson. commissioner Mr. Hargravcs from Trues tery. She was predeceased by her! of the Alberta dnision. announced Beauty Sboppe recer.t.y husband who died March 25, and is m Calgary. sun-i'-'fid b" sons. Wilham and Alex, residing here. Mrs. Crook was born in Berlin. Germany, and had lived in Alberta. 62 Years, and in the Pincher Creek area 20 years. The late Mr. Crook settled in the Pincher Creek district in 1855. Just one grandest. aH-purposs cheese you ever Chateau! Seems every day I find, a new way to use It; Chateau has the tantalizingest, old-fashioned, flavour! Dad and the children aH of us love it. And it's as digestible as mHfc. Chateau makes the loveliest sandwiches! Swell for salads and snacks! And its rich, mellow tang works magic with main courses! Try Chsteoy once and you'll never .be without it. Your family won't let you! Contributions to the Canadian VV VilC; Red Cross campaign in Al- Kettel. of "Vancouver, Mrs berta have reached S224.S89.53. Lt berg's mother. Mr. and Mrs have as their from a business trip to Vancouver. PLAIN OR FOR YOUR PROTECTION MAKYBERRIES NOTES Play and Dance are C.P.R. Officials Mate Inspec- News dealer .ou v Kleenex l5 t ll YCS, Took ban 5 MANYBSRRIES. The piay and dance sponsored by i the Nemiskam Community Club drew a huge crowd to the Woodman hall Fndav evening. Mrs. P. retimed home Monday evening, after a few dajs visit HTj.h relatives in Taber. Miss Mable Underdahl was hos- tess at a birthday party compli- i I'- WATERTON- PARK TOCTII PASSES SUDDENLY LAKES PARK, i HNS- GnSr.h Stewart. 21. of Watcrton Park, died suddenly .Monday at a Pincher Creek hotel. He wa.s en ro'Jte to his S'.orne after being a patient at the Macieod hospital. He planned to convalesce at his home here. Surviving are his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs George Stewart, and a brother. Deck- er Stewart. The funeral will be hrfa Wednesday at p.m Irom the United church at Pmcher Creek. Every Party Ends with a Snack! Centered around a Toaster or Hot Plate FARM LADIES! clectriciiy in your home, entertaining veil} seeiji so easier and more successful, and that family snack at nigrit or when your children come home from school will be so little trouble, if you use one of our toasters or hot plates, THEY ARE APPROVED BY NORTHERN ELECTRIC A famous name in the world of sound and name that will soon offer you Northern Electric Radios, Leonard Refrigerators, A.B.C. Washers and Gurney Ranges- GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES LIMITED I621-3RD AVE. S., LETHBRIDGE PHONE 43S3 JEWS PA PER I .FWSFAPFR! ;