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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY. APRIL 17, 1946 Annual Meeting Jenkins Re-elected President Of Community Auction Sales Group DISTRICT DOINGS Herald Correspondents KECEIVES a rt- tt meeurg of the cheese factory s, applications were coa- for tne position of secretary. DISTRICT NEWS FIVE 'Hat Council Asks Tax Cancellation TO FKEACH IX LANGUAGE OF HOMEJLAND Radio Hams Factor- In Family Reuami (HNS) as- Another foEows: "That oar pol- j of the cheese factory MEDICINE (Special to i nusl meeting of the shareholders of i icy of overnight sanns _ oe {junctors, applications were con- iieralo__titv councillors were the Coauaunit-s Auction Sales As- followed and that ail cattle soiex ia j sidered for the position of secretary, laced with a ligot "sgeuca -a hen the sociation limited, was held ia the s the sales ring must be sole on this i recently of Coutts. regular council meeting opened m .C. town hall Macieod. Tuesday, to basis." j being accepted. Mr. Codd. whose i haij Mondav evenuig. 'iak- review business transacted during} Considerable cascussion toos j have been living here all mg advantage of the unusually! A 1945 "Walter Jenkins of Park place regarding the charse ior _ m-inter, has arrived and taken over amount, of regular business v Bead, the tc-esidens, acted as chair- j homed cattle sold throagn the as- nevv duties. the aldermeA gav'e tune to the ois- man sociation and it was feit by assecia- j 'cussion of various civic oroblems. The meeting oceuaied all day i tion members that th-> usual charge cHVKCH CAMP DATES Causing a lot of discussion was the and sa the evensrs it was followed I of per head on horaeo. cattle BOW ISLAND. (HNS) Boys city's position regarding the placing by a meeting of fee new board of J should be niade to the contributor j who are interested m the 5 of "veterans on half-acre plots with- Cniied Church camp at jElkwater m the city linuis. Chairman of the will foe glad to know that the! finance committee. Aid, Biacs, are set for this summer. Boys i showed the council that the tax Jiilv 1 to Julv 10. and 1 allowed by the iederal government MONARCH. (HNS) Commencing oa Sunday. Apnl 21. services will be held in the Holland language is. the morning at aja- m the Reformed Church of Monarch. Afternoon services in the usual. and DIVISIONAL COMMITTEE FINDS GLENWOOD NEEDS NEW SCHOOL .5, .3. passed on to tiie feeder, in j tura has to pay the si per head meeting directors. Walter JenJdss fas ._ __. ._ p-esidemt ard chairman of the j when he casses them to the iraacser. i Board of Directors: Hush McLean The report revealed a j le-elected vice-icresident. and Ar- j healthy condition thur Ryan of Piaeher Creek secre- J credit on the directors a.' tary-treasarer. jspective sales points. ramed were: L. C. J In dealiag with uroiits rsade at BcEenz. Pincher Creek: F. Lvnch- j the various points it was made i Staunton, Lundbreck: Cyril W. t clear that some were well estab- Koclisteiri Pitcher Warren Cooper. Nanton.: Max Bradshaw. Xountafc View; F. -E. Bevass, Cardston- Stanley Wvatt. Clares- hoira; w! J. Karper Whiskey Gap; Hush H. McLean. Macleod: H. S. Lank. Cow lev. and H. W. Jenkins of Ber-d. It-was revealed that ani- mals were sold diirin; !S45 throush the association of a value of 050JST. and that the yards si the eisht sales points, isanselv: Cards- ton. ClareshoUn. LuncSbreck. Mic- leod Nanton Park Bend, Fmcher Fare For Pincher Tom Leishman, and teis, Kathenne aad Eunice, had ___ an unusual thrill on Thursday gjg night, when they earned on a coo- j -j. j versatioc by radio their son j Wiliace his wife. ave at Chancellor, fifty miies east of j Calgary. .j The Leishmacs west to Stan Read's, ose of Glen's ood's coa- i firmed and Mr. Read was j successful m getting contact with some radio "hams" in ChaseeUar, I who near neishbors of the Wallace Leishmacs. Wallace and j wife were over acd the two families enjoyed an hour's "visit" 1 together. April 13, five members of Di- Tisicnal Board of the St. School District, in company vuh board, made Working on Land At Pincher Creek sring CRSSC nensfaOj moded. ana a nnr sebooi should be iwsllt SOOBL The board is malc- a sarrey to locate six schools which need to be ba2t tMs year, and it is possSsle may faa chosen as one site. The board members expressed- sarpnse such an obsolete sshooi still rernalned in tsse ta the nnit They desire to get tte opm- opera Uons sectors Pincher Creek eastrict. is thought i have ioc of the people here en ths size that seeding oe started bv tise or the beginning of nesi and type of school desired, and this 10 be reported K a meeting of the divisional board to be earl? In May. wi-s. _JB Some parts of the district are Tae drsislonal ocard reponea still qiate -ret. esseciaily south, of Pincher Creek. Good rains -soald also beneS; the -s-no> distric- Heavy -snnds for the past frsr days have caused some soil drifting and damage to fall -xbeat- OM timers m the district cannot reeaU any season in -.hlca tids area the local board their policy o2 gir- tip to S25 per rocsn fcr ground equipment, where local residents match is equally. vood schools are badl? ia seed playgrcaznd eqaapjcesv has had so much as during pasi six months. Range lands and summer pastures are in excellent ed as chairman for the evening. alners A Baby Miiitaire tap dance, coniinuary hall when Uiie city clerk advssed the council i the program and tnpse las- entert hat ihen? were 5U lamihes in inS Al-' government the attitude 01 the tajhers. A pleasant condition has been evenicg was enjoyed by a large sire u? present time, crowd on Thursday evening in the high the Sales that there were now 5a families in i residence in Uie renovated hut- parents, members of _______ __ _ to the producers as to the actual j nienis at the airport. The question of a manager for aSl I yield and i-alue of the product- Acuon was ceierred les came under .discussion with Ke said the Lethbnoge Co-op j j Colpaian, Kinko a letter Marlene LaGraa- sales came a reouest that each director look for a suitable man and reoort to the meetia? m June. Th? same Packers Board is getting informa- j tion from every source possible to make certain that the money is from. C. P. Bli their the school board and their wives with the teachm; staff at. an "At All gathered in the hall upstates. RETUBNS FROM CALGART GLSNWCOD (HNS) Miss Loraa Pnnce. bride-elect of this month, has from Calgary arrangement rerardin? auctioneers expended in the best cossible man- cover the j ear's men Keating and Hawthorne were in 1945 would be continued in 1945. ner on a plant that be the most __ Harrv Bester and Fugh McLean practical for the district. He ex- to'ihe association for extension of held the oninion that n man to plained how staall plants m the their" "en-ices to other narts of the j assist the directors fix their corrals VS. had made a success, province, east ;o the Cypress Hills t would be a better arransemer-T as j 'iledic'ie Hst and the Nemiskam a manager would be hard to con- j of tneir Doara ana wnat IO to tfce north from Hiah River tact. J amounts would be required to put cjtv representatives, and'co'theas- as far "s Wainwright. j A motion mad-? by J S. Smith and it into operation. The iinance and assessment com- Kesolntions seconded by Stanley Wycu to elect j of town within the city. AV report of the parks and part were: Irene and Laura Lowey, Jean WoUman. Carol and Janice purple and aprons Mr. Dahl went into the finances appointed bv Mavor Hector Lang if their board and what further IO 2C. on tne recreatiou bocy jjs serving in Americans j army and who had not been ex- and did pected home until June, had land- to oienwood One passed wasasfol- 'ows: "We, the shareholders of the Ccmmunitv Auction Sales Associa- tion. Limited, representing 90 cer cenr of the cattle raisers in south- western Alberta, respectfully re- of the work in Eiaking the associa- ouest the provincial eovernmeni to favorablv consider our for a reduction of 50 per csni in the charse for brarsd inspection on cat- Don Ball of Edmonton and Grav as directors at large was car- ried! Mr. Smith paid tribute to the present directors, adding; that ihev had certainly done their share Island Town Continues Growth tion a success. Packing Plant of BOW (KNS> and tie sold throush OTtr association. Cf the board of directors of the pro- e This reouest is based or- the fact posed co-operative pac-ana; plant at are bemg nMde Sa? the association handles 12.C03 vvere and Mr gnomes Dunn g plac p._ces jymi yiiiiiiaii, T ZoeteTar- Shirlev McKin no a.' their work most capably. After eat- jed and woiiid come to Glenwood Verna'and Feari 'Burns. Sharon j ing the again to the i immediately upon receiving his dis- mutee recoazmended tlie sale of 27 j r parcels of city propertv. The mittee reconimenced tule to buildiKg lots be withheld until the proposed building is completed. The recammendaucn was adopted. the name a fine implied, setting. j; m'ernussjon were in.e-nusswQ STSSSSe." bv the council. The resoluaon ask- ed that the Dominion government Bratz and Lois Hanson. The Ten i hall where an interest-rig program' charge. PTJUV- Girii. dance routine -A as. as was given, the master of ceremonies', being Edward Lonesdale, wita Miss 1 Lorraine Pittmaa at the piano. A number of darky songs were sung by the Misses Betty Haye and Wenk m costume, playing their banjoes, a reading. "Peculiar Margaret Louey and. Don- was given bv Miss Idale Two sclos by Wm. Kelly j Shaffer; a one-act" plav. "Buddy i and was done The 'teen age the Misses Clazie. Crawford. that the association ham to head of cattle per season." One of the most outstanding per- formances of the evening was the _ Sailor's Hornpipe cacced by Irene j Youll cnicy crfena new, csioi to yo-jr -wiift B-H cosy re too1 lovely wood- CONSUMERS HARDWARE "The Store with the Stock" JD. J. Wnlmster 3L F. Whimster SOLE SOTTTHERN ALBERTA DISTREBUTORS B-H PAINTS Dahl was asked _to meeting, Mr. Dahl address "de weeks four more buildings have stated That' been moved into town, co-ooerative Pat Hill has bought a house, and Answers an was given by grades 10 and 11: a mixed chorus sang "When Pa Was Courting Miss Joyce Brooks, a visitor, then Begin to Tell evidence of continued support from livestock producers and feeders. Mr Dahl told the meeting there and traced, on the lots their" son, Rav's house, and J. Eurlburt's. The Chnstian Mission- was no ares, in Canada where there j ary Alliance Church people have tax was no longer needed as the Dominion government is curtailing manv- of its wartime semces. Pefer MacQueen, city clerk, was given leave to attend the Legion convention in Quebec, such leave to be considered part of his annual vacation. The electrical department recom- mended that the city acquire the for encores. In ,nd timing was young cancers "several times K with the for a i puVchased one of the s'chool houses j services of Vic Pearson as electrical e ranching and advertised for tender by the Fore- inspector at a salary of S20o per was such an Tjlsiiti with the grazine borderins on irriga- mos; division and had K put on the tion areas where cattle are finished, lot next to the Hanson home, on. beet by-products together wkh Mr. White, a new resident of the grain and "hay raised on .farms. He Bow Island district, has moved a explained that a Backing plan: house from the J. Green farm into would save losses of tissue, shrink j town and located it just east of the on shipcing live cattle losg dis- G. Carlson, house. He and his family tances aad that the plans would are BQW in residence there, process their own cattle for local Householders are busy cleaning month. lineman ment. Mr. Pearson is a former on tae electrical depart- MISS ANNIE E. PARKER PASSES IN HOSPITAL their grounds and many death meats are_ in eviccnce, as well as. occurreci m tlle Claresholm hospi- piano: "The Poor Old was a reading by Miss Idale Shaffer; a Tocal trio. "Beautiful was sting by Misses Colleen Guniock, Mavis Orcutt and Vera Ingjam. An S5SS% 5k "off .OiUtvu. 71 j mncr. ada. Pearl Zoeteman. Ann Taggart Manlvn. Smith, Joan Smith. Leann and Marlene Brucier. Miss Agnes Themault took the solo dance part m this Easter Bonnet Tap. The Scottish element was portrayed in the Highland Fling by Huelda Fer- MacKcnzie: Miss Joyce Brooss then "uson. 4 Mihtarv Tap was j sang. "Beautiful and Willie given by Shirley CarsvveU. Lenore j Troidl gave the high school associa- alcrgan." Jean McKinnon and Jean- j tion's history. The dress parade by nine Gaims. Two more vocal solos is girls modelling style changes, 11 and teachers was most original, being sung by Misses Alice Bach- man, Idale Shaffer. Anrue Wenk, Vera Ingram and Jimmie Barrows. A piano duet was played by the Misses La Donna Evans and Mane some painting being doae. Income and Excess Profits Tax Sendee SECRETARIES LIMITED P.O. Box 940 5 and 6 Acadia BIdgr, 612 3rd Ave. S. Plione 2S19 MANYBERRIES W.I. CONTINUES ACTIVE (HNS) The toril Women's Insntute meeting was held Thursoav afternoon at the home of Mrs. P. Kirkvold. There were 23 ladies present including two visitors. Mrs. C. Ayres and Mrs. F. Taggart from the Orion WOL The meeting was opened by Mrs. Barnes, presiaent of tne montn, and O Canada and the Opening Ode were sung followed by the Creed and Salute to the Flag repeated in. unison. The minutes were read and a letter from Dr. J. Brown of Edmon- ton asking for co-operatioa. at the annual Spotted Fever clinic- Mrs. Current reported a very lew calls on the sick this past month. Mrs. Dorricott brought wool to be knit into Red Cross sweaters and she said another parcel was ready to be shipped to Medicine Hat branch. Mrs. Holdershaw turned in Sll-25 to the treasury, proceeds from lunch 1 served at tne dance, and Mrs. s Barnes reported made on the j wall plaques to be raffled at next I week's chnic. Mrs. R. Marietta won the small plaques donated by Mrs. Holder- shaw for the oc raffle. Miss Grace Cronkhite volunteered I to be president for May. Several songs were sung, among them the tnenie song of the i month. "Well Never Let the Old i Flag Fall." Mrs. O. Nelson had re- quested that roll call be left until after the business meeting and as convener of legislation and inter- national affairs, distributed the items she had so carefully chosen as highlights m world events, month by month, during the past year. the three chief events being V-B and V-J days anc the advent of the Atomic Age. She had also pre- pared a very bnef but touching tribute to the iate President Frank- lin D. Roosevelt of the United States. She was given a hearty of thanks for her splendid paper which fm booklet form) may be kept in the tiles. Mrs L. Nattrass gave us a most interesting reoort on the W-I. con- ference held at Lethbridge, touch- ing on each cay's program. She _ brought up the subject for discus- j sion of having Miss La Pnle Low i j of Lcthbndge, home economist, i demonstrate general dressmaking j and bazaar ideas to botli Onon and i Manybemes groups. It was moved i that Mrs. Nattrass write to Miss j Low and arrange a convenient date i for these demonstrations. Mrs. Nattrass then exhib.ted several. hancicraft items she had displayed at the conference. The meeting i closed by singing "God Save the J King." after Mrs. Kirfcvoid served a delicious supper. Monday afternoon of Miss Annie Elizabeth Parker, eldest daughter of Mrs, Annie Parker and the late Robert Parker. Deceased was born. In Ayrshire. Scotland. Marcn 29, 1S05, coming ta the Claresholm district with her parents in 1912. They moved to Granum seven years ago. She leaves to mourn her death her mother, two sistere, Mis. Geo. (Agnes) Mack, Nellie and one brother Robert. The funeral arrangements are in charge of Emgrose funeral in Claresholm and will be the funeral parlors on at 2 o'clock. Rev. W. J. Huston will officiate and interment vnll be in the Claresholm cemetery by the side of her father who passed away eight years ago. were then sung by Mary Crawford, accompanied by Mrs. J. Crawford. Dancing Instructor Mrs. Holvk of Coleman delighted the audience a well performed dance of the Washerwoman. from the year 1900 to the present tune was very well done. Miss De- lores Pittman. dressed prettily in sheer blue sang "Alice Blue Kenneth Graham then spoke bnef- Iv and thanked ail for their as- Not to be outdone oy the girls, a stance in making the evening a farce comedy Ballet Dance was success. MJSS coates was nresented given by a group of MacLean. Lynn Crawford, Mr. a bouquet of cut flowers in MacLean. Lynn urawiora, i aapreciatioa of her helo also Hinton and Orlana Tavlor suitably, costumed in dancing attire of_ many colors. The dance was cleverly -f acted. A sextette of Lenore Mor- gan. Irene Schultz. Nancy Hard- saw. Kav Walker, Jeanmne Cairns and Shirley Carsweil in dude ranch costumes led the audience in sever- al western songs Miss Pat Collins Schiebout Rites Wefl Attended at Monarch M.I.A. PRESENTS GROUP PLAYS, PICTURE BUTTE PICTURE BUTTE. Mrs. B. Ainundson returned last week after visiting her brother, A. E. Greeno, and family, her niece, Mrs. Gilchnst, and family, and her nephew. Forest, at New Dayton. While away she also visited her nephews. Chester, at Wrenlnam, and Russell, at .Wilson Sidir.g. For selling a truck above the cell- ing price. O. Button of Toronto was fined and costs. PICTURE BUTTE. (HNS) The April 10th meeting of the j Battersea WJ. was held at the home of airs. V. Hage. with 19' members and one visitor present. Business began with a passed that S25 be sent to Mrs. Drake to help the Girl's Ciub so i that some girl, otherwise unaole to attend, might go to Olds this sum- i mer. The sisro of S14 05 from card j parties sponsored by Mrs T. Nolan and Mrs. H. Haney was turned in. t Mrs. Julia Fletcher, who u leaving the district, was presented with parting gift. At the conclusion of the meeting .J, hostess, assisted by Mrs. Burns, Mrs. H. Kane and Mrs. Haze! Flet- ARRIVES HOME last of the boys from overseas from this district arrived home this week. He is Pie. N. Woodcock, wno came on the Lady Nelson two weeks ago. but stopped over in the East to visit friends and relatives. Pte. Woodcock was overseas almost two years, seeing action in Belgium, Shortly before returning home "he injured his hand, this happening while he was riding a bicycle ffcs hand is heading nicely and he soon will have the use of it. HONORED AT STAG PARTY MONARCH. (HNS) On Thursday evening the married men of the town of Monarch brought Martin Vaadea Berg, who was re- cently married, a surprise in the form of a stag party. Mrs. Wachler of Monarch m the meantime enter- tained the town ladies at her home. EASTER TEA FSRNIE. BC. (HNS) The Ladies' Aid of Knox United Church held its annual Easter tea and sale of home cocking ai the church on Saturday afternoon. The ladies also displayed and sold a fine selec- tion of fancy work. The novelty table was popular and well patron- ized. The tea was well attended and the returns were gratifying to the ladies. Relieves fmu, For Messed relief frost discomfort of SHnpie plies get PAZO Osat- iceat at roar drcssst's today. eat action (1) aad relieves pass ssA prereat cracLuis and (3) tends to rrdoee aad check bisediag. The PAZO perforated pie pjpo thoroujh. Year Doctor PAZO 3.4; For PILES _ r Ketlaw C.W.L- Re-elects Roster Oi Raymond Students Mark Sadie Hawkins' Week "I fought off a pack of hungry shoppers to bag fhis package of crisp, crunchy, delicious Gropc-Nofs RAYMOND Last Monday was the beginning of the Sadie Hawkins week at Ray- mond high school. Ail week long students could be going to and Anna from school in ihejr "Dcg Patch" costumes. "Bravo, Sir Archibald! And Fd be- lieve you if you said you fought through a jungle full of lions for that malty-nch, sweet-as-a-nut Savor of Post's Grape-Nuts "And of course. Gentlemen, we must remember that Grape-Nets Flakes are not only marvellously supply carbohydrates for energy; pro- teins for muscle; phosphorus for teetii end bones; iron for the blood; ar.d otfeer food essentials." "Those two goMen grains wheat and malted barley are combined in Grspe-Nuts Flakes. They're specially blended, baked and toasted for Savor, crispness, easy digestion." "Let us repair to the breakfast room y they "neld and paraded through sown ancs up to the hosnital. In the evening after the Union Jacks basketball game, a big dance was heid. Prizes were given for the best costumes. Among those winning prizes were Ray Jen- sen. Delons McMulhn, Lee Fair- banks and Reed Enckson. Many from out of town attended. This is men's League of ReUaw was held i at the home of Mrs. S Hunter on Wednesday last with a good at- j tendance. The financial reoort W2S i read by the secretary ana snowed donations made to several organi- I zations with a large cash balance i still on hand. the regular btisir.fss the! I following officers wcr" re-elected J by acclamation. Presicent. Mrs. G E. Stauth; secretary treasurer, vice-president. Mrs. A. McAndrew.-; second vice- j president. Mrs. third E; J. Mrs. A. Mc- and shoot a. giant economy package.' an annual event at the Raymond high. vice-presicent, rurs, publicity convener, Aridrews. A vote of thanks was tendered the executive for their work during the past year. Regret expressed for the absence oi the pastor. Rev, Father C. Lyons, who was unable to attend. The next meeting uill be hela at the home of Mrs. Rodcy on Wed- FINE QUALITY HOUSEHOLD FLAVORS Renowned tor the depend- ability and "True lo Flavor" principles. I.OVCS are Stronger, Go Further. Tdf.e Better ana Save yoi: Kilf, A Weizcrn Housewife writes are the or.'.y fijaors that realiy taste after the baking process is through." This, of course, is exactly uhat joa would expect "Quality Flavors" to do. Now is the time to order your Mother's Day Gift A-iit jour grocer. I nesday, May 8th. LOVE-THE FLAVOR MAN 62-68 Lombard Strwt. Toronto, 1 ENAMEL 'UST one coat of KWICK.WORK fast-drying Rubber Enamel and you'll be amazed at the new beauty of the furniture aad woodwork around TOUT home and Kwlclrwork goes on easily witbxrai brush marks, leaving an exceptionally tough surface that can be kept spotless by the touch of a damp cloth. K. WICK WORK comes in a variety of colours that give a personalized beauty to the woodwork and furniture of your home. Why not drop in to your nearest Dealer today? F. A. ROGERS Lethbridge, Alta. ;