Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
WEDNESDAY, APRIL Art Of Floral Displays Shown The art of floral arrangement was uniquely demonstrated Mon- day evening by W. Frache, at a general educational meeting of the Lethbridge and District Horticul- tural Society held in the YJStCJL Mr. Frache was introduced bv Presi- dent T. H. Llewellyn. describing the cmrs rtgyai- ly made by housewives in setting a vase of flowers evenly, iir. Frache I illustrated the difference when us- I ing a flat dish -Kith a daisy holder. He on to show triangular, ver- tical and circular arrangements, pointing oat that flowers should always appear as though the stems all branched out from one ooiat. The stems should be cut in different lengths, and too many greens should not be used in the arrangement. He suggested that only the flower's own foliage be used to supply the green, as the flowers themselves are ihe real KETIKE FBOM SERVICE Four Southern are mentioned in a list of ff Alberta officers of the Ca- nadlan army retired from service during the week ff engiag April 6. The list was, tested at headquarters. MJX 13, in Caigary. Southern Al- benans retiring include: Capt. H. B. Thirlwell, Medir cine Hat; Capt. G. N. Thorn son. Medicine Hat; Capt. Hamilton. Ijethbridge, and Lieut. J. Bayon. Coleman. THE HERALD'S CITY NEWS PAGE PAGE SEVEN daisies, tulips sword cacti. A patriotic arrangement was made! with red and white carnations and j iris. with, small flags scattered i throughout the blooms. To illustrate what nught be sent to a new mother. Mr. Frache used Jaycees Sponsor Campaign to Aid Tourist Trade Kiwanians at their weekly lunch- eon meeting Tuesday at the Mar- quis hotel learned from representa- tives of the Ijethbridge Junior Chamber of Commerce the plans the Javcees have in hand to assist the tourist industry in. Lethbridge and district. Speakers were Pres. Cleve Hill of the Junior Chamber. W. Fabro, Walter Lewis and Harold Mclaughlin. George sided at the luncheon. Club Pres. Leighion Moore being at the coast recovering from an illness. He wrote the club he is improving. Two new members were welcomed Brown. Jr., and W. E. Og- cen, new manager of the John Ueere Plow Company, who comes to the city from Calgary. Dr. J. K. Bigelow reported u> the __ club on the plans now being formed if or fii J -welcome Home" to Bending service clubs are co-operating the city in under-writing the gala Mr. Ptache showed that by nib- made a beautiful basket. iSVIT iho rtf lillAC bing the stems of lilies they could be made to bend, and thus add an important feature to their arrange- ment. Included in the various arrange- ments he demonstrated were snap- dragons, daffodils and iris and Prescriptions Accurately filled and sent to you PROMPTLY MCCAFFREY'S DRUG STORES 331 5th St. S. 414 13th St. N. Phone 2205. Phone Roses and daisies made a smart arrangement when set in an ordin- ary pvrex dish decorated with rib- event. A report by "W. S. Brodie on the bon. ___ Kiwanis Telegraphic Bowling tour- ney staged recently showed that Concluding his demonstration, i Calgary topped the Western Can- Mr. Frache illustrated the making j ada District with Lethbridge bow- of corsages, presenting the finished lers making a good showing. product of his work to Miss Shir- ley Tollestrop. Other arrangements which were generously given away to those attending; the meeting were j iron bv W. Chenery. J. Burnett, Marion Schnee, Mrs. Talbot. Mrs- G. Brown, Mrs. W. D. Hay and D. Charles. Mr. Kennedy who drew Household Inventory A useful gadget and FREE Bowman Agency Insurance, Real Estate, Rentals the tickets was presented with a bouquet and each lady received a carnation. A. O. spoke brieflv on the s'subiect of planting regal lilies. The j society is this year giving regal lilies j as a premium. Mr. Frache said that i the lilies could be easily grown. Tuey be planted from six io eig.hr. inches in depth in a semi-sun location. The Lethbridge Junior Chamber of Commerce presented an interest- ing half-hour" of educational films to conclude the meeting. A heartv vote of thanks was ex- tended to both Sir. Frache and members of the Junior Chamber of Commerce who showed the POTATO GROWERS We are baving NETTED GEMS CARLOADS OR TRUCKLOADS PlunKett Savage Letbbridie Phone At the Theatres Complete shows: "Over Last complete show at "Behind Green "A Bea for Last complete show at "Winged "Flying With Jaycees' Speakers The Jayees' speakers dealt with various phases of the tourist indus- try and what it means. Mr. Mc- Laughlin said that Canada expects 23 million tourists this year and in some cities citizens are going to help billet them. Mr. Fabro said Alberta has a rich resources in its national parks. These represent two-thirds of all the area of Can- ada's national parks. Walter Lewis called Lethbridge a "nub of the touriss industry" and pointed out manv scenic attractions here in- cluding Gait Gardens. The Walter Gumey Bird Paradise is an asset to the city that few appreciate and if it is to be retained ID will have to receive more support. Pres. Cleve Hill of the Junior Chamber said his organization is developing a tourist information bureau in the city which will be beautiful and adeauately staffed. Signs will be erected at highway junction points in tile environs of the citv and a carnaaign will be" sponsored schooling groups interested ia the tourist industry how kindnesses and courtesies may be extended to visitors and be made to pay dividends. HOME OIL REPORT Home Oil Co., has pracncally all the Droven well sites yet to be drilled in Turner Valley, says Major James E- Lowery, president, in the companVs 1945 statement. The two wells drilled in the northerly ex- tension in. 1945 as "wildcat" tests did not prove productive but, he savs. they indicated an extension of "structures on Home Oil property which enhances the value of tlie company's underground reserves. He outlines an aggressive devplnnmcnt program for 1946. The report shows gross revenue at com- pared with in 1944. Costs were S369.872 against S340.481. leav- ing operating income of against Moving Dirt For New Police Station Engraving. Work been started by Bennett and contractors, on construction of the combined new city police station and police court room on the corner of Fifth Avenue and Fifth Street South, Bill- boards have been removed and the basement ;s now being dug by s. new dirt moving machine operated by Frank Q'Sullivan. The build- ing will house the court puolie and private offices, photographic room and pistol shooting gallery. R is hoped that the new ouilding will be occupied in a few months. City Glances KETIRES AFTFJl LONG SERVICE Formerly connected with the CJPJL irrigation department here. F. Colber. resident of Caunrose since 1934, retired this week after 34 Tears' service with the Canadian Pacific Mail- way. ATTEND CONFERENCE Kev. and Mrs. F. Francis the Central Chorcb. of Christ and a group of young people re- tained to the city Tuesday after attending a. conference vf young people of their denomination which was held in Edmonton over the weekend. Included in the party were: Miss IVtsmer, president of the local peoples society. Miss Enola. MeCoaig. Mis. Sheila Wil- son, and Mrsu John MeGUvary. Alberta's Coal Output Higher Output of coal in Alberta, was higher during 15i5 than in the Sea Cadets To View Picture Xethbrldge Sea Cadets TrtQ be guests of toe management of the Capitol theatre Thursday eveaisg, April 11, when they will paradeW the Press Search For Pet Poisoners the Were Expendable." picture, Mr. and Mrs. Sydal Leave to Reside in East Mr. and Mis. Charles Sydal of' the city hare, left to make fssjr'! home in Pembroke. Out. Mr. 'While an has resided >n Leihbndge for Methane years. He came froni Surrey, to Winnipeg and from Lethbrsdge where he was ployed as bookkeeper for genera! merchant. He" later wiih the Farmer the toll of VKTOIES in that city is still ing to mount. At leas; 13 dogs and several eats have been, reported Several pieces of icsat strychctee have beea. ia different sections of the cSiy. poison has been discovered. cf 2jeat to Jnreaive searcli and I2ade' tie sosra of poisoa been a partmeni of highways; the Seoit Fruit company and Buras approMaoatelT 100 allies j company on the road. He is w.cely Mediciae Hat, close to 30 j known through -Jb.e trade died of poaoniEg" in. an epideaac 5 temtory. Last Ncveniber vhiqb began there about three he town of GsS LaJte. east o dcgs hare i forced him to retire. months ago. There are only four Mr. and Mrs. Sydal were married or five dogs left, m that, town ac'sr. in 1923 in the mF The poisozocg as Gull has Calgary. Mrs. Sydal, who also came been of the saaie nature as the from Saglaiid, is a fanner presi- epidemic in Merilcr.S! Hat. at PubllC Foremost of coal throughout Can- uve a, following new books have recently Drake's Encyclopaedia, of Painting year, compared with in. been added to the shehes of Decorating. la" Lethbridge Public Library: Fine wo years as president of the Ladies' GolT club at the Henderson Lake ac- acting for. Woman FICTION' Christie, Remembered Death; Eberhart. Wings cf Fear; Famol. Tlie Piping Tiaies; Eaycox. Trail Town; Hill. More Than Conqueror; Kent, Country Mouse; Livingstone. The Earth is Red; Lockridge. Death Keepers of; Howl; Fine Small: ing for Happy Furnishing with Color. la Canada, Ccal production was 300XX50 course- tons lo's-er during the 1S45 season.! The Wisdom of umbia nrcers produced less. Col production was some 1.500.000 f barrels lower, ouipu; in Albena j the Ccvotes dining by 300.000 barrels and in the _____. _____ i__. Village in the "Sun- Northwest Territories by the Faith- Meeker, The Far Away j Lost Continent; i Natural gas ?aiue was greater by Music- Miller Hunter's Moon; Mit- Clano. Diaries 1939-1S43: 51.400.000. xhe Storv of Burma- Reynolds. Of- Total mineral production through- known !n the Pbreraost and Hat, district. 34rs. ilaiie Dick, wife of 5. C. Dick, a former as Poresicst, died home at Aid. Ernie Starr, veteran first aid! Monday. Bom -ja. Norwood, Oet, operawr aEd aider- i she to Medicine Has a ruai- cf Caigary. has reared from ber of years ago with her husband, busniess. Mr. Starr! Left :o mourn are her hcsbanc Ting, and ford. The Pursuit of Love; SeUert. Doctor Ellison's Decision; Thirkell. Miss Bunting; Werfel, Star of the Unborn. NON-FICTION How a Baby Grows; Russell, A Hlstorv of West- era Philosophy- Wilson. Child Psy- chology and Religious Education. Youth Commis- sion. Young Canada and Religion; Howard. Ideas Have Legs. Youth Commis- sion. Youth and Jobs in Canada: Canadian Youth Commission, Youth ChaUenges the Educators; Staley. World Economic Development; Wil- liamson. Freedom From Fear. Use. Behind the Salfa Orues: Jacobs. Marine En- Great A C? cate of war veterans has taken over ence nce Rice. ficjaUv Dead: Root.'Secret History! out Canada in 1945 was "vauW'a: j ?e fcuslaess which will continue of the War. Vol. to j down one per cent from Katyn; Scott. Europe in Revolution, George Washington Carver; Winwar, The Life of the Heart. Canadian Atoar.ac and legal court directory. 1946: Muller. English-Russian Dictionary; Northwest Territories Journals of the council. 1877 to 1S87; North- west Territories, Ordinances of the N.W.T. 1910. the previous year. DISTRICT PAYMASTER RED CROSS DONATIONS Major Ian T. Dewar. EJX form- erly of Ottawa, has been appointed district paymaster for No. 13, district headquarters announced to- day. Sydney. Austral-a. and. Quenel. Lexhbndge. bear Mr. Starr's name. However, Friends will ssee; todEfct. WeiS- Mr. Starr, is not retiring froni poli- nesday. for prayers at Chnstensen tics or Srst aid work. He is promi-! Bros, funeral chapel at 3 o'clocfe. nently connected with the Stl John Recpnem High Mass wiH be sun? Ambulance, association. at St. Patrick's church, ac aj3_ Thursday, with Sngrrrieafc fol- lowing- in St. WELL PKODCCING JOIN'S POSTAL ST.A.FF j A. R. Townsend. Lethbridga ex-! serncernan and former employee of the JIartjuis hotel, has joined the I A. Shultz of Calgary, ing; director of Connnental Oil Company of Canada, announced Monday thai the company's No. 1 well was producing at the rate of 28.65 barrels an hour, with aid of compressor, following a third: Contributions continue to 3ow staff of the Lethbridge pos- acidizacion treatment. into Red Cross headquarters. gine and Fire Rooai Guide; Lincoln, j following Southern Alberta points Electric Motors and Generators; i ma-nng donations: MUo, Starch. 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