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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 18, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1946 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE ELEVEN New High School Planned, Taber to the HeraM) building eozsniittee has been appointed for a high school in Taber. consisting of Kay Myers, Harry McKibbea of the divisional board, and E. N. Francis, chairman ol toe local board. Plans are under iray it inll be located directly east of the present school. BURDETT BRIEFS and Mrs. Fenian of Taber sere the guests of taelr daughter, Mrs. and Owen Gcodfellow on Sunday. Mr. and 31rs. Hooert Miller are BOW occupying the house they re- cently purchased in town. The Junior choir of SO members been practising under the 01- recrlon of Mrs. Raymond Clark in preparation for the Easter Sunday R. Lome James of the Gas Com- pany recently attended a banquet in CsJgarv to which all employees who had been in the services had been invited. COMING SOON 870 Vaccinated At Natal-Michel NATAU CHKS) Michel, which is in direct bus com- munication with Seattle, where of cases of smallpox are reported and several deaths from the dread disease have already oc- curred is steadily taking precautions aeainsc the rtispa-'av Last Friday in the etaic at tie Natal-Michel central school a total of were vaccinated, including students, pre-school children and adults, Tpgfcfog a grand total of 870 being vaccinated during the jtwo times the clinic has been open for smallpox vaccinations. NOTES FROM STIRLING Attends UXS. General Conference English Bride v STIRUSG. (HKS) Bishop A. D. Erickson attended the recent IJXS. general conference in Salt lake City. Mr. and Mrs. Ivaa Silsson of Ijethbridge were overaight guests of the former's sister, Mrs. Ann Nelson. Milton Hirsche has purchased the Ann Kelson home and is mov- ing it on to his home lot. A miscellaneous shower was held for Mrs. Russell Hirsche. recently arrived from England to join her husband here. Many lovely gifts were received by the bride, who was assisted in the unwrapping of the packages by her sisters-m-law, Mesdair.es Treva and Stella Hirsche. The luncheon tables were decorated with Easter rabbits in blue and pink. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Nilsson are leaving this week to make deir home in I Mrs. Thelma Jacobs entertained- at afternoon ;ea Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Stan Glover and FAREWELL, GERMANY Armv Overseas Photo Sagraving, Above is pictured Rifleman P. M. Sache of Cardston. a member of the Regins Rifle Regimeni of Can- ada, as he stands on the quay at Cuxhaven, Germany. to board the SJS. Sobieski which will take him to England. Soon hell be back m his southern Alberta home. Dale Spaceman of Calgary, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Cahoon of New Day- ton. Mr. and Mrs. George Hirsche of Wrentham, were guests of Mrs. Ann Xelson this week. Albert Nilsson of Los Angeles is visiting his sister. Mrs. Ann Nelson, and other relati-.es in Wrentham. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Nelson are home again, after spending the winter in New Westminster. B.C. Tea i code liu Yu, Chinese clown of the Sth Century, wrote Ch'ct Ching, a lengthy book, in which he proposed a Code of Tea. His writings established the service of tea as a cultural influence in the Orient. 1ea is a ffadiffon April Harvest and Threshin; la in High River Area HOMEWARD BOUND HIGH RIVER. tHXS) Combining and threshing have been la progress in the district, and the harvesting left over from last, fail is pretty ueU cleared up. The grade has stood up through -A inter's exposure, and shows little de- terioration, but there has been a considerable loss in yield. In, some parts the field mice are held responsible lor great havoc. Other fanners adjacent to streams complain that fattened dunng the to the extent of about 50 per ceas of treat their stooks should have yielded. Those who had grain lying in svath lost in the heavy storms -a inch tossed and battered the grain, causing quite an amount of shelling. There is a lot of loose grain ssiU lying on the ground. Not just a cap of tea, a cup of CANTERBURY TEA! Today's tea that speaks of tradition. Tea with fla- vor, long-lasting, hearty. Tea with bouquet, fresh, keen. Tea that's rich in character. A cup of Canterbury, hot and a happy promise of true tea satisfaction. Notice the rigid to open, handier to use. With sturdy innerlming to help keep moisture out, flavor in. AUo in tea. baas. in, the bea RAYMOND NEWS NOTES Bishop Palmer Returns From Con- Marfc Oc- casion of Birthday RAYMOND. (HSS) Bishop It L. Palmer recently returned from Salt Lake City. Utah, where he at- tended the conference of lae Church. Mr. and Mrs. E. Jf. Kiddie at- tended the funeral 01 the lauer's uncle. Oscar Barton, of Stirling. Friends will be pleased to know that Mrs. Reva Higgle and Miss Hazel Cooper, both hospital pa- tients, are progressing favorably. Martin Blair has returned to his home after spending some time in the hospital. Miss Dot Crisfield of Calgary has been the house guest of Miss Nova O'Brien, who is leaving soon for a j mission for the LD.S. Church in Hawaii. Mr. and Mrs. Delman O'Brien and small son, Colin, have been visiting relatives here this week. Miss WinnKred Mitchell of Cal- gary visited here over the weekend with bgr mother. Mrs. Euvada Gill of Picture Butte a Raymond visitor lass week. Mrs. Gill was formerly Eavada Nalder, one-time resident of Ray- mond. Miss Edith Eveson has returned from visiting her nephew, Chas. Eveson, at Mountain View, and is leaving Sunday to spend a few days with Mrs. Palmer, Sr., of Magrath. Miss Eveson came to Canada from England at the beginning of the wr and expects soon to return to her homeland. Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Shaw have returned from Trenton. Oat., to make their home here. Mr. Shaw recently received his discharge from the R.CJLF. Mrs. Darrin Oler of Stirling was a recent Raymond visitor at the home of her mother, Mrs. Reid Litch- Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Alien. Mr. ar.d Mrs. C. H- Wing and son, David, re- turned from a 10-day trip to Salt lake City, Utah. While there they were in attendance at the IxD.S. conference. C. EL Allred also attended the con- ference while in Salt Lake City. Mrs. Esie Bvans was pleasantly surprised last Tuesday when the Birthday Club of which she is a mexaber met at her home. Lunch was served during the evening and Mrs. Bvans was presented with a birthday gift. Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Roberts were in Lethbridge on Thursday. Born to. Mr. and Mrs. John Roberts a daughter. Mrs. Roberts is still in Wales and is expected to come to Canada within the next few months. Army Overseas Photo Engraving. He's a Canadian soldier, juss fin- ished with Germany and the Occu- pation Force there, so this isn't the first time he's seen a ahip. But this time the SS. Sobiesin is heading the other way. which brings a smile to the face of Lu-Cpl- J. K. Spring of Magrath, embark- ing for the United Kingdom and then home, at Cuxhaven. Germany. With the rest of the Regfaa, Rifles of Canada. L-CpL Spring is oa repat for she Dominion. ______ April meeting of the Garden Prairie Girls club on Wednesday afternoon. when plane were made for the an- nual school closing dance ft> be held the last Friday in June, as usual. Plans were also discussed for entertaining the mothers at the May meeting, -Ahich will be held at the home of Mrs. C. DeValois. A banquet has been planned for June 9th to celebrate the 21ss birth- dav of the organization, and this party will be at the home of f Mrs. Stager. Mrs. C. Alias, demon- stated a new idea in homecraft and j sponsored a contest which was won j by J. Pophata. The home-matie gift, donated by June Foreman, was j won by Betty Allen. Mrs. Wes Jacobson is among i those confined to home with Hu. Thirty-seven members of the Barons B-P.DE. were guests of the Vulcan Lodge on Tuesday. It the Christie GRANUM NOTES BEI1EVUE NOTES with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. H2- den brand. Fred has just completed his "Boot" training at the naval base at, San D-.ego. California, and vail not know unu! his return, whas his future assignment "asll be. Mrs. EL H. Warren is visiting in Calgarv and Oids for several weeks with relatives and friends. Miss Victoria Hleuka of Calgary is visiting with her parents in the Rossland district. Friends of Geo. Hleuka will oe pleased to hear tnat his health is much improved. He is at present in the Christie Street hospital. Toronto. Among the local boys returned home irora the Olds Agricultural School are Harold Dalton and Cyril McAnclrews. Mrs. G. McLeod and children, Alex and Jean, were Taber visi- tors on. Wednesday. BARONS NOTES Marvin Henker Purchases Gws j to Far North j GRANOM. OIXS) Mr. and Mrs. R, F. MeDougdH were CaJgary visitors for a coapis of 'his week. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hesker i have moved their household and, fanning effects to CSareshoIra., where they will mafce their future i home, having purchased tee experi- mental farm. Mr. and Mrs. John, Whitside of Stavely have moved :o; Use Marrtn Henker farm. j Thos. Mason and Geo. Williams were Calgary visitors Thursday. les Clifton is a patient in the j Claresholni hospital for a few days.: Joe Weerstra of Calgary is visit- j Ing his parents. Mr. aad Mrs. Ranee Weerstra. for a few days. Joe has j been engaged by the Hudson's Bay i Company and after a short course, in radio work at Montreal, he will be sent up to the far north country for a term, of two years. The wishes of his many fneads go with i Joe in his new venture. i Mr. and Mrs. A. Ham wnte that they arrived safely Afabotsford. B.C., on Friday, after leaving here by car on Tuesday. There was a well attended meet- Ing at the school of the Granam Home and School on Friday even- Christies Biscuits ing. President lie! Edwardh pre-j sided. The divisional board report-1 ed that they were nol ccrsiderlsg the eonsoildauon of she? and home: economics a; Clareshola. The i and School voted S20 to m' the formation of a Granam health j and recreational clab. Miss Bery! i Tiffin led an interesting dacussionf on "What children sliould know when they scan She was ably assisted by Marpay. Benekntas aad Mrs. Ceterwercha. i DIES HOSPITAL J AKjl D. H. 53. chiif draftsman sac tiis goTerrssiest sirce 1913 and chairman of tha St. Jamea. 5132.. wam beard, dsed In. here last RECORD CATCH PSTEHHEAD, Scotland tf 2shersses estabhsbed a record by laacisg 50 toes of fish valued at more than Mr. and Mrs. Morris Ketnrn Alberta Rebekali Leader Visits Letbfcridge daughter, Mrs. Joe Beaton, in the North Pork country, spent Tuesday in town. She has been there for the past two weeSs. She was for a num- ber of years a resident of Bellevue. When the war broke out they mov-1 ed to Calgary, where Mr.-Ccstickj 3Ir. and Mrs. Erdraan Move to Xew t Farm Aid to I ileetin; is Enjoyable H. Mcr- _________ -gan. who has been seriously ill in BELLEVTJE. (HNS) Mrs S. i the Carmangay hospital for sever- C. Costick. who is visiting is now reported mar.i-Tg 'saosfaciorv progress. Pte. D. Mcintyre of the C.W-A-C., Calgary, spent several days pre- discnarge leave at the home of her parents, and Mrs. H. D. Mc- this week, Canterbury Featured at SAFEWAY STORES, LIMITED your family tires of plain try them with a delightfully appetizing rennet-custard made in a jifiy with "JUNKET" RENTSET POWDER. Sweetened, and in six different flavours. Preserves all the high food value of milk mcd adds an appealing, easv-to-make digestibility mat's good for the whole family. "IHf Kinj 5L Wsil, JUNKET RENNET POWDER who i left here to reside at B.C., returned to town recently to' reside for a. time. ilr. Morris has secured work in one of the mines and started to work on Monday. They will be residing with Mrs. D. Morris for a few days. Miss Alice Tappay was a Leth- bridge visitor over the weekend, re- turning to Bellevue on Monday. 'Mrs. Fred. Padgett was visitor to Lethbridge this week on busi- ness. Mrs. Padgett, is visiting some of the Rebekah. lodges in that. city. Mrs. Padgetfc is vice-president of the Rebekah assembly of Alberta. Mrs. Nick Sansielucfc was a visi- tor to Calgary on Monday to meet has been the hospital in Car- for some time is now con- ______at his hotae. G. B. Moir, who has been a. pa- tient in the Carmangay hospital. and also under Dr..Care ac Cal- gary for several weeks has returned to nis nonae this week. Vernon Snell underwent an ap- pendectomy at Cannangay this week. Miss Clark of Calgary has ac- epted a. position as stenographer at the office of G. B. Motr. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred W. Erdraan, and son Douglas, have recently moved into tneir new home which they nave been building on the farm for some isme. Mrs. Doran was hostess to the lass meeting of the Barons' Ladies' in iAid when nine members were prer on Monday. Mrs. Geo. Sandeluck is ladles from Bournemouth, England. They With are for the present home in Calgary. making their The Vimy smoker at the BE.S.L. Tuesday was well attended and a good time was enjoyed. The smoker monogramed tea towels as a por- tion of the program. Mrs. A. Erd- man convened a contest won by. ilrs. Ward. The tea sponsored by I the second group of the Aid was reported as very successful and en- VAUXHALL TOPICS Is an annual affair and is always i joyable to those attending. Mrs. looked forward to as one of the big C. Alien convened the tea, and Mrs. nights. Roberts assisted at the bake table. Program consisted of piano solos by Jcai. "Wagness. and Evelyn Srdman, an accordion solo by Lordie Hedges. j and a local duet by Lorse.1 Kotscs and Barbara Crow. The play, "Too Many Bosses" sponsored by the Carmangay group at Barons on Monday evening was well attended, and mucii enjoyed Jfewlvweds Aid Meeting is Weil Attended Notes (HNS> Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lyons entertained a number of friends and relatives-on Saturday evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Bd- Reid, wpre re- cently married in Lethbridge. Out- of-town guests for dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Burton. ST.. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Burton. Jr., and Sob. of Coal dale: Mr. and Mrs. James Meikel of Taber. and Mr. and Mrs. E. Bartlett and girls of Lethbridge. Miss Martha Schuler. district rse> spent last weekend. The guest of her parents in Medicine Hat. Miss Eleanor Oliver of the Circle Hill district is spending a two weeks' in Calgary, the guest of her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. R, G. Oliver. Erik Skrettins was a business visitor to Calgary last week. Sunday visitors to Taber were Mr. and Mrs. H. Blaney and fami- ly, and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Head. Friends will be pleased to know that Mrs. Ritchie is expected to return horns from Lethbridge hos- pital this week. Her sister. Mrs. G. A. Holliday has spent several weeks visiting with her in Lfethbridge. Be- fore returning to her home in Van- ceirsfr this week. Mrs. Holliday was the guest" of another sister, Airs. P. Richards of VauxhalL Mr. and Mrs. C. Birck snent the past attending to matters in Calgary. Mrs. P. Richards visited her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Richards ol Lethbrifige oa j Monday. She was accompanied i home by her small granddaughter, Karen Richards. Tee Ladies' Bridge Club met at the home of Mrs. McLean on Tues- day evening. Four tables were in play mill the nigh gomg to Mrs. H. Cleland. A. E. Martin motored to Calgary this week. The congratulation of the com- munity are extended to Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Reid upon the occasion of their recent marriage. Mr. and Mrs. Reid returned Saturday from a two vacation at the Pacific coast. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Rmgdahl had as guests Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs, Bamett and family of Strath- more. Mrs. Rmgdhal and daugh- ter. Sally, accompanied the Bur- netts back to Strathmore to visit relatives and friends there. The cnurch Ladies' Aid met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Charles Sauter. There was a good attendance. Mrs. Hll- denbrand was in charge of the Study Book reading, and Mrs. E. Reid, president, was presented with a tablecloth as a wedding gift, A lunch was served by Mrs. Sauter. The next meeting of the Ladies' Aid wil be held at Mrs. C. Nelson's home. Fred Hildenbrand of the IT.S. navy ii spending a ihort furlough by the audience. Enid Allen was hostess at the MERCOLIZEDI WAX CREAM ihm antor of itin "tiia or no blood nouruh- tt ti of slun much ais- of Wax Cmm en tha tkia surf.c. U DELIGHTFUL SURPRISE. 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Third, it also furnishes important vitamins and minerals in a delicious, more natural way for all-round health and vigour. So why not start using regularly for morning freshness and buoyant days. OVALTINE 15 SCI JIWttt.II 6KUEM DEAi-EK IK TOMB BISTB1CT ;