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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 16, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, APRIL 16, 1946 FIRST AID WORKERS ACTIVE, RAYMOND RAYMOND. (HNS) The St. John Ambulance Association com- pleted their course for this season on Thursday evening and their re- port shovs great deal of good has been accomplished again this year. Activities In first aid training have been consistently maintained at .Raymond since 1938. The inter- est once aroused by the joint effort of the sugar factory safety com- mittee and factory and co-operation in the matters of irst aid training at Raymond, la response, the instructor and exam- iner thanked all for the present and urged the students to keep up the interest in first aid irork in order to be prepared to serve when an emergency arises. oeea kept up as evidenced by the regularity of the first aid classes and their good attendance. This year's class consisting of three groups, namely, industrial of 10, public of 14, and junior of 22, was started on April 11. The regular Si. John Ambulance course supplemented by reviewing some procedure and methods employed In first aid during the war, and those practised by the American Ked Cross. For the benefit of the senior students, .information on anatomy and physiology of a human body was somewhat widened in scope also. Much interest to the course was added by: J. R. Jenkens, safety supervisor of the Calgary Power, who on March 25 demonstrated before the class, a number of the excellent sound slide films on ''First Aid" and "Safety The principal phases of first aid were reviewed in the most, interesting and lively manner. Dr. J. H. Walker, who on April 4, addressed the duff, on the most important aspects of the first aid work, with a stress on modem con- ception of shock and its treatment. Throughout the entire course, the lecturer-instructor was again John Landysheff, chief chemist of the Canadian Sugar Factories Limited, who has been a holder of the St. John Ambulance instructor's cer- tificate since 1943. He has been taking much pride and interest in the class. The examinations were held In the town hall on Thursday, April 11, with the examiner being Dr. J. H. Walker, All those examined were found well qualified for the various St. John Ambulance awards. On behalf of the class as a token of appreciation, presentations were made to both examiner and instruc- tor "by W. VanOrman, who thanked both parties for the active support DULL-HEADED mtj be AnnpMt kidney tonditi.m wajmakiaiwdk- ttmamtSc foot. ifiiK tuAut that on make life Infacjx preperij aniniue Didd's Kkkej Fib. W deucd'af and moit. __ 146 Pass The names of Tests those esamined and passed are as IndHstriat Class Arthur Atwood. Stanley Creep. John Housley, Alan James. Vemon Pearson. Herbert VanOraoan, Alien Still. Wiiford Waisoc. Roy DISTRICT DOINGS FARM IS SOLA HELLSPRIKG. and Mrs. Charles Wwlev were the ay eveasng, April 8, ___________ the "Wremiam Jiali Hty and so celebrate their goidea -areddlsg anniTersary. A basques was held at the farm home earlleT in the eve- ning when a goodlv number cJ rela- tives and friends gathered to wish. honored couple, the best of j good fortuse. 1 Mr. and Mrs. "Wesley -srere mar- JCii tlCW CllUrtii Uii llm UlUW. av T J 10 roof stage inipjn. Sunday. April 14. when a the choir led by two standard bear- j beer. I3chmcs held ilii. k Canada and For years Sir. At- j by a bulldozer, assembly line fash- wood has been an ardent first aider J joa on Durick avenue south of Kains while being employed by the Ray- street- which was a vacant lo mond sugar mechanic. factory as a skilled New Bishoprics Are Sustained CARDSTON. (HNS) bishoprics sustained at LD.S. ward conference sessions in the first and second "wards here Sunday. New bishopric members in the new- Iv formed ward in the first ward are Alma Wiley, bishop, Ora Neil- son, first counsellor, and Fiord God- frev, second counsellor. New bishop- ric members sustained for the new ward south of Lee's Creek are Lyle Holland, bishop, Owen Quinton, first counsellor, and Bvard Wood, second counsellor, with Paul Schow as ward clerk. Organizations are to be com- pleted immediately and the new bishoprics wiii "likely take over May TURET BRIEFS Ryall of Aidrie is a visitor at the W. H. Mel- low home this week. Mrs. F. Tavlor and Mrs. P. relch motored to Retlaw Wednes- dar to attend a C.Wi. meeting. Sunday visitors at the H. Malm home included Mr. and Mrs. Ted Malm of Picture "Butte. omething special to make breakfast gay! Kellogg's Rice Krispies STAY C-R-I-S-P to the last spoonful. Enjoy them any timel No other cereal can match their crispness and flavour. Save time, work, and fuel too! Get some tomorrow! STAY Crisp! "Rice Krispies" is t registered trade mirk of the Kellogg Company of Cacadz limited, for its delicious brand of rice. Name Christie Rotary Head CARDSTON. (HNS) Ryer- son M. Christie has been chosen as the new president of the Cardstqn Rotary Club, and will take office in Julv from the retiring president, E, M.'Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Christie plan to attend the Rotary International convention to be held in Atlanta City in June. CRESTON STUDENTS DRAMA WINNERS Community Drama, for East "Kootenay CRANBROOK, B.C. (3NS) Crestoa high, school won the new School and Branch, cup schools in the first annual district school >drama festival here this weekend wita. its presentation of a farce, "Good Night with Theresa Bob Plumb. Bernice Price and Dick Wayling the acting personnel, cirector. and B- W; FuUerton. memorial ser.-ice was held and a ers marched _The choir j 384donaUons of blood, stained glass window was unveiled and dedicated. The beautiful window was centred by the R.C-AJP. crest and bore the following inscription: "To Glory of God and sacred to the the of the staff. Memory of B. C. Hunt, killed Mav 13, 1945, Eis Livetii Forever. Erected by Beatrice, his wife." President of the Macleod branch of the Canadian Legion. Major Walter Brookes, unveiled, the win- dow, following which. His Lordship ESshop H. R. Ragg of Calgary, dedicated it to the memory of Fly- ing Officer Benjamin Charies Hunt. His Lordship, during the dedication, chose the Collect for All Saints Day and read a few verses from. 7th. Chapter of St. John's Book of Revelations and addeds "No man or woman can give more in the service of God and his feliowraan than alluding to thai, great multitude that no man caa number down through the centuries who had given, their all for the sake of others aad in defence of the holv face of Christ. His Lordship said that with their sacrifices they were the same as Christ himself had made. BJS Lordship requested that the congregation commend to their thoughts this day. him In whose honor and to whose memory the window had been unveiled and closed by saying, "May God bring the oeace and assurance which, the Christian faith, brings to those who for few short years are one in Christ Jesus." During the service the "Ven. Archdeacon S. H. iliddleton, on behalf, of the church, school and staff, thanked Mrs. Huns for her beautiful gift and fce added that this was the first memorial installed in the church since the First Great bom OG J j April 9. The president oatliaed i' plans and discussions to take place i at the next meeting of the Hoaie J land School, which will be the AnOTher outstanding event- !s the fact thac geaera- There are 25 and two great-grand- motiier of Mrs. Wes- second Tuesday Sn May. of the things outlined were to be sent to headquarters, April One could not but be impressed 30. bv the splendid work being done _ Mrs. Mable Gareau Eransportation ranged to take she school children i to Barons for the Spons Day in lOr i Mav. decorat- gold. streaiaers and white bells. On the stage "Bas a lovely three-tier wedding cake which, was later cue and eacii gsess received a piece. _______________ __ _ During the evening many the choir members gowned in their j turned over the sum of SU3.85 j The "members "enjoved I time songs were san? asd shortly surplices and hearing their line i iMucers were re-elected as j.ol- i me luncll Ashcroft had pVe- after Junch Mr. and Mrs. Wesley singing. The body of the church lows: Mrs. Susie Smith; 1 were presented with a parse of gold, was almost one side oy i 1st vicejjresident. Mrs. Susan Jen- j members of the Blood tribe the j sen; 2nd vice president. chiefs being seated in the front of I Fheobe Spencer; secretary-treasur- j the church and the other side fiUed j er. Mrs. Bessie Bohne. with the with residents of surrounding towns j following advisory committee: Wm.; and districts. On the altar was placed beautiful flowers. The Union Jack and Stars and Stripes flanked the altar with two standards in front of the chancel. With Mrs. B. C. (Beatrice) Hunt were her two young brothers-in- law, who saw service in the recent, World War. The deceased officer was a Mac- leod boy who worked hard to win his wings and commission. He was stationed at Bella. Bella. B.C., for some time before going overseas and there did operational flights Betts. Dr. J. J. Dobry and M. L. Spencer. i It is expected work will again j commence in the fall, concentrating j on work rooifts. cancer clinics and i blood donors' clinics. CARD SERIES CONCLUDED NEWLANDS. The series of card parties for the winter was completed Monday evening at the Ted Tolley-home at Monarch- Prizes for the series went to Mrs. Hff the west coast. He was killed in j T. Keller, tot, ate. H. Thomson. Pembrokeshire Wales Mav 13, second, and for tne gentlemen H. 1945. and the news came "as a! Thomson, first, and John Elling- j Ritchie Paterson Company CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS AUDITORS P.O. BOX TELEPHONE 2S1S S and S ACADIA BUDG. 512 THIRD AVt S. Mother Not to Blame for the Children's Colds Kimberley high, schools offering was "The Bishop's under the direction of Mrs. A. Bry- ans. with. Stuart Campbell, Bed- ford Bates, Janie Waldie, Anne Eoper and William Carney Uie actors in this drama; The Castle of Mr. a comedy-farce, was the presentation Cranbrook high school with Gerry GUI, Beverly Jean Ellis, Lois WaB when the former mayor of Caldwell, Mary Mctnnis. Jean i Macleod. the late D. J. Grier. pre- Rowse, Ted Gardner, Glen King sented the window in. the west end and Don MacDonald the members of the cast. Major Bullock-Webster of the provincial department branch was adjudicator. R. W. Hunter of the Cranbrook school staff was chair- the program which drew a capacity house, and C. J. Frederick- son, schools inspector, made a brief address. The Cranbrook string en- semble provided musical numbers. SERVICES OF I.O.D.E. OFFICIAL RECOGNIZED (HNS) of Lael Chapter I.O-DJE. met; ac the norce of Mrs. M. Ceraulini on Thursday evening, April II, to hon- or Mrs. R. S. Bond, their retiring regent. There were 18 members, one ex-memDer, Mrs. H. T. Lamont, of Vulcan, and one visitor, Mrs. A AOS of Cabri, SasK., present. Mrs. J. A. Mark, regent in well- chosen words, presented Mrs. Bond with a beautiful lapel pin from tbe members as a token of their appre- ciation of her work during the four years she was regent, a period when the order's work was extremely heavy. Her efforts have been untiring, and all who worked with her know that no effort was too great if the j work was for service men or war I projects. It is with regret that members of Lael realize that Mrs. I Bond's health will prevent her tak- ing as active a part in the Chap- ter .as in former years. of the church in memory of Lieut. Mountain Horse, the first Indian to give his life in that war for his country. The archdeacon thanked the mayors of Cardston and Mac- leod. members or the Legion from Macleod, Cardston and Waterton Park for attending the service, Accident Victim Leaves Hospital (HNS) Bell, who was injured in a car ac- cident near Monarch, recently, and who has been confined to a Leth- bridge hospital arrived home Mon- day. One "knee was injured and he will wear a cast for some time. His mother. Mrs. Ben, is still confined to the hospital with injuries to her ankle and leg. She will be moved to the Clareshoim hospital shortly. TURIN LADIES MEET Ladles' Aid mec at the home of Mrs. Wro. Pol- lock Thursday afternoon II ladies answering: the roll call. Mrs. C. Arrowsmith, Jr., presided and Mrs. C. Jorgensen acted as secretary in place of Mrs. C. Allen who was absent- In addition to routine business, Mrs. E. Harnmon donated a dozen bleached flour sacks to be made up into useful- articles, and she 'will The evening was spent at cards, give a prize for the best article. and a delicious lunch was served i Mrs. H. Malm will be the hostess at midnight from a long table cen- j for the next meeting which will ired with spring flowers. be held in the hall kitchen. Irrigating From An Easy Chair "Yes sir, when it comes to irrigating my lawn and garden, my little pump has taken the labor right out of the job. "And with our home pressure system my wife, too, has that magic touch that gives her running water when and where she wants it" Gear Pumps, Centrifugal Pumps, and Pressure Systems can do so much to make life easy. See us for yours. General Farm Supplies Ltd. 1621 THIRD XVE. S. LETHBRIDGE great shock to his many friends and members of his family still re- siding at Macleod. Mrs. Beatrice Hunt wore tae deceased officer's ribbons with, the Defence Depart- ment's Cross during tile service.. Anthems rendered by the choir and also by the school staff members during the service. son, second. DS NOTES CHNS) Ger- aldine Welsh was rushed to the hos- i pita! on "Wednesday, suffering -a-tehi an. appendix attack. 3. Gwillim is farming the Art Niemana place this year. I ite afl the mother can do" tfee kiddies -sriH ran out of doors not properly -wrapped up; have oa too much clothing; get overheated acd cool cS too sud- denly; get their feet wet; kick off the bed clothes, asd do a dozen things the mother cannot help. Half the batde in treating childnai's colds is to give something they will like; something they vf81 take without any fuw, and this the mother will find in Dr. Wood's Norway Kne Syrup, a remedy used by Canadian mothers, for the past 4S years. Price 35c a. bottle; the large family size, about 3 iimsa as much, 3Qe, at drug counters. T. M2bur3 Co. Tareslo. Oct. Yes, everywhere in Canada, car owners are switching to ESSO, the New Gasoline I Here's why: gives smoother, livelier power without knocking. It contains a patented solvent oil that helps keep combustion chambers and valves deaa. sells at the regular, non-premium price. IT COSTS 2c LESS PER. GALLON THAN PREMIUM FUELS yet gives top perfor- mance in most of the cars on the road today. That's why motorists everywhere are switching to new gasoline that gives you everything you want in motor fuel andsavet you money! IMPERIAL OIL DIALERS IMKRiAL 'SPAPERf EWSPAPERl ;