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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, APRIL Fall Wheat Rye Wintered Wefl CARDSTOX. tHNS> Seed- Ing is general south, and east of Cardston with moisture conditions fair, Fall wheat and rye wintered and grass is slow but starting to grow over most of the district. Cattle '-are fair and are in better concision than last year at this time. There has been sufficient hay throughout tfce district for feeding with little surplus at pres- ent as considerable hay has been shipped out of this district. Regarding lambing, small flocks are nearlv completed and have had a good "crop. The large ranch flocks are just getting well started. There are very few pigs in the dls- Is decided tendency throughout this area to plant more wheat and less coarse grains this year. spiring Easter service was held ia the UDJS. Tabernacle Sunday eve- ning sponsored by the Alberta stake choir with Mrs. J. S. Smith conducting and Mrs. Thelota Smith the organ. Decorations were in charge of Clive Butler and lighting effects were arranged by Fielding Thomas. The choir sang in fice spirit a series of anthems and all the numbers on the pro- gram were much appreciated by ;he large congregation. WEDDING RECEPTION CARDSTON. (HXS) wedc Edith---------.---------- ning with Mrs. Burt as hostess honoring Mr. and Mrs. Bill Burt, who were recently married. Mrs. BUI Burt is the former Miss Mar- jorv Halls of Calgary. The wed- ding: wok place last Thursday tfce Rev, Montgomery the ceremony. The GKAXUX COMINGS AXD GOINGS where they will be a road construction (HNS) Wm. Her- man, who attended the con- vention at Olds last week reports very interesting session. Mr. and Mrs. Win. McCorkle left for Okotoks employed by company. Mrs. D. Limiski and young daughter left Thursday for Drum- heller where they will join Mr. UmiskL Mr. and Mrs. M_ Dunwoodie of Suadre their sons, "Pat" and Wallace, and Jack Salvage, of Grassv Lake are guests 01 Mrs. Dunwoodie's sister. Mrs. Roy Hen- ker and Mr. Eenker. Mrs. Rov Eenker received word of the serious of her brother, Bert Salvage, who is a patient in Taber hosoitaL The Dunwoodie's and Mrs. Menker motored down to see him Friday. Mr. and Mrs. E. Kern spent the Easter holidays in Retlaw as guests of their daughter, Mrs. Archie Marsh and Mr. Marsh. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Marsh accompanied them home and will remain for a few davs' visit. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ellis of Cal- gary were over-Suncay guests of Mr. and Mrs. Allan Ellis. Mr. and Mrs. Wavell Lancaster of Edmonton were weekend guests and Mrs. K. Lancaster. airs. .Margret Bumam and chil- dren, Richard and Marilyn, of Lethbridge, are guests at the home of Mr. D. Cameron. Miss Merle Dimra sang two solos at the tea. for Mrs. Ernes, put on by the H.S-A. last week. Miss Dimms was inadvertantly omitted from, the program given in last week's issue. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vafle of Lethbridge were guests of relatives and friends in Granum over Sun- day. Pat Cox, who Is taking treat- ments for a leg condition in the Belcher hospital in. Calgary, was a holiday visitor at his home here. WARNER PERSONALS Busy Southern Alberta ssrnuxG SERVICE .day." Sunday school then put CARDSTON. (HKS) An in- oa their program and sang In the- V.-UUJD w followed by prayer by Meier. The feyaan. "Jesus Saves." was nest sung. The Sun- day school superintendent. Miss Lucille Pyne. announced the fol- lowing numbers: by Bonny Mills; the tier ctoss dressed ia white with yellow tissue caps marked with letters. Pleasant Eas- ter, did their parts nicely. The next number was a plav by Mrs. Lees" class, representing different flowers, dressed in colored tissue and representing ifee seasons was verr well done. Xext- a play by the witti performing _ will "make their home in Calgary. For the past three Years Mr. Burt has been in the service with the R.C-AP station- fee in Canada. TAKEN SUDDENLY ILL CARDSTCXS. (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Card. Lester and Mrs. J. Y. Card arrived home iast Fridav evening after attendee UXS. conference ia Salt Lake Citv. Edon Card took seriously ill earoute home near Boise. Icaho, suffering a heart condition. Les- ter Card, who has been atteaoins universitv in Provo, Utah, will manage the business of the Cara- stoa Investment Co. Eicon Card's illness. DISTRICT NEWS PAGE FIVE "Grandma" Greene Feted At Hiflspring (ENS) Mrs. Adeline Greene, an early settler ia GletMfood. was guest of fconor on Ridav evenlEX at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Samuel Barker. when tbe members of her famljy Katherec to celebrate her 81st day. Mrs. Hartoer served supper the repast centering around a 35-pound turkey asd a birtaoay trimaied with candles. Her Shower Nobleford Girl Cwnpll- mentary to MJss Dorothy Heward, who is. to be married on April 25, about 70 of her friends gathered at the home of her Mr. and Mrs. Heward, of Rocky Coulee, on Fridav afternoon, when the Granum East district entertained at a miscellaneous shower in her honor. Anna Schupper provided games for entertainment, prizes awarded 10 the winners. The bride-to-be entered room, which was decorated being NEW ORGAN ENJOYED (High River Vitiior AT HILUPRING CHURCH (HNS) Sunday church services were ush- ered in to the strains of a new organ. During Sunday zn Easter program was electric School presented. During the afternoon church service HUlspring enjoyed a treat when Mr. Barneca of Calgary, who is here to demonstrate the new- organ, played, and the choir ren- dered three beautiful selections. Other musical numbers were solos bv Mrs. Ruth Wynder and Mrs. fe Wife Informed Outlook Of Canadian Women HIGH RabigreaUy appreciated by womsn, ernon of Hozborouzh, Sew Zea- said, was the Plunfceit SvOesy waldh Vernon hind, has been a visitor with Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Lind ia High Biver, and in the course of her scay here CiarabeJie Gibb and Carl -Williams the of Cardston. Special speakers with' by Emil Gunlock; intermediate class uio; the Misses Gloria Ostby. Francis St. CSair and Trudy Bach- man sang a very pretty number; a flower drill by the primary class; solo by Miss Colleen Gunlock; little Meredith MUhaem lane Sr. Clair recited cumbers; a song by little Caron Gordon, "God Is accompanied on the piano by her brother. Roger. Mrs. D. Gordon's class then put on a. good drill. "Happv Easter." they also sang "little Hobin Sing Your Song." accompanied by Carol Row- land oa the piano. Then Mabel _ and Helen Elliot sang -Bells of Eastertide." which was muca en- joyed. The program closed bv all singing "The Old Rugged Cross" and repeatins the lord's Prayer in unison. CONSIDERED BY COUNCIL occasion. recalling Some time was spent in family history and me guest of honor receives! many lovely and Nonna Barnes parser, presented a was bom in England in came to America in 1890 and lived for several years in Smithfield. Utah. She and" her husband. Daniel Kent Greene, came to Canada in 1S98 and have lived in southern Alberta since, being Glenwood residents for about 30 vears. Mrs. Greene is the mother of sis children: Portineus. TABER. (HNS) Recent in- Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Conlon and family and Mrs. Esther Conlon spent the "week- end in Calgsry and Turner Valley. Mr. and Mrs. Ered Mellefont at- tended a farewell party sz M. Madge's horae in MSlfc River on Sundav last in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Pred Xbrris of New Dayton. Mrs. J.. Ashmore returned on Thursday evening from attending the Home and School convention at Olds last week. Mr. and Mrs. F. Mellefont attend- ed the farewell party for the P. Korxis family at Xew Dayton on Tuesday evening last. Bob McCnBough of Medicine Hat 3s relief agent here at the C.P.R, depot during P. Cassel's holidavs. Miss Lucy Troidl and brother Ambrose of Calgary arrived on Sat- urday to spend Easter with their parents. They were accompanied by Miss Fern Lowe, also of Cal- gary. The Conion family spear- Easter Sunday ac the- Sberry" EUingston home ia Lethbridge. Bill Carr arrived home from Cal- gary on Friday for Easter, return- ing on Monday. Grant Shaffer was home from Letnbridge for Easter. Mrs. C. mickson and Mrs. A. Granberg entertained the WX on Saturday afternoon at the former's home, with a. large attendance and three visitors. Mrs. R. Rains gave a paper on Household Economics Mrs. Conloii and Mrs. Agar received the tea prizes. served. A tasty lunch was BUREETT BRIEFS C. Kefl, Mrs. E. Hunter and daughters, Jean and Catherine, of Calgarr. spent the Easter holiday -visiting relatives. Miss Anne Statema of Highbank school and Jean Hamilton of Winnifred are spending the holiday with their mothers. Miss Kav Feist returned to her home at Faith. Mrs. S. Goodyear spent the week- end at Brooks. Glenn Bnmsdale of the R.C.AF., and wife and daughter are Easter guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ash- ton. Mrs. Emma Clark returned from Carrsarjgay where she has visited her daughter for the past few months. Mr. and Mrs. James Mintv and family of Cannacgay are visiting Mrs. Minty's mother, Mrs. Clark. Wilfred Cosette and Ms. Crossette anc daughter. Beveriey Ann, are visiting his parents at Coderre Sask. Lyal Brown spent the weekend with his parents at Lomond. here oupng Prescient J. y Card is at present visiting in Portland. Oregon, but is expected CARDSTON DOCTOR CARDSTON. (HNS) Dr. ThomokiES is a new doctor m Cardstoa, associated with Cardston Health Society, workmgj with Dr Dobry at the clinic. He has been a captain in the armed service and for the past two years has been overseas. He received his doctor's degree in eastern Can- ada His wife and small daughter are In Calgarv until a. suitable house can be secured here. He is a nephew to Harry Thompkms. lo- cal C-P-R- agent. GIVEN A THRILL IRON SPRINGS. Warren enjoyed the tnriu of niloting a plane last Suncay irhMi he rode in one from Kenyon Field and flew out -over tiua trict. _ FIVE JOIN CHURCH IRON SPRINGS. (HNS) Serv'ces in the United and Catholic churches were well attended Easter morning. Communion, service was held in the United and the choir, under the direction of Mrs. Efl- Reiter, organist, sang two loveiy numbers, "Easter Bells" and For God So loved the World." Five voung people joined the church. In the evening the choir anc Mrs. Reiter sang at the service in Pic- ture Butte. EASTER SERVICES AT GRAXDM __ GBANtfM. (HNS) _ On Good Frdav communion services were held in the .United church to which there was a good attendance. On Sunday morning, under tile direc- tion of the superintendent, Mrs. E. J Griff ev, a splendid Easter pro- gram was enjoyed. The junior choir sang several anthems, accom- panied bv Miss Mae McDougalL Recitations were given by Pauline Hvcoop and Helen Rose. Heaomgs were given by Misses Alice Mason. Mildred Griffey, Xsabell McDougall and Muriel Qstrom. A pageant was nlayed bv Mrs. Griffey's class witiTLois and Pat Baird and Helen Rose representing tulips and trie rest of the class depicting sunshine and rain. Mrs. Griffey acted as narrator- At the evening services an Easter pageant was presented under the direction of Mrs. Eoy Henker Those taking part were Isabell McDougall, Nonna Jean Leyden. Muriel Ostrom, Lois Hep- pie, Dorothy Bell. Frances Parker, Eleanor Mason, Betty and Winnie Mason and Lauretta Maxwell, Those assisting with the singing were Mildred Griffey, Alice Mason, Roberta Rogers and Shirley Yorge- son. Miss Mae McDougall acted SB accompanist. All the services were well attended. LEAVE FOR CALIFORNIA Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hunt left for Cali- fornia this morning. Lawrence. who is to be in a cast six months, due to a back uyury pi some vears standing, hopes to oe benefitted fay the change Oi climate. SHOWER FOR BRIDE IRON SPRINGS. (HNS) Mrs Tom Mehlen, nee Oiiegard, a recent bride, was the guest of honor at two showers, one on Friday the 12th, at the home of DaiEon Noble was a kitchen GLENWOOD NOTES (HNS) __ Friends will be pleased' to learn Rhoda Sara (Mrs. Ruloa all of quirv at the town hall here as to the "report the town council would sell the 10-acre block comprising the athletic grounds due east across Russell -Ave. from the Central school, to the trustee board of No. 6 Taber school division as a loca- tion for the proposed division Cen- tral high school, brought the an- swer that the town council has the matter under consideration. Since the end of 1945 the former Taber school district including the town area and surrounding Dart of 66 has been subdivision 6 of the division, W. R. Mvers, chairman of the former local board, being elect- ed S-D. 6 trustee on the division board since, and chairman of the division board at its first meeting after he ioined it. GLENWOOD BAND BUSi" GLENWOOD. (HNS) The Glenwood band is preparing for summer engagements. The band is invited to appear at the rally being held in Cardston oa May for all returned service men in the district. Thev have also been in- vited, to join "in the parade of the Calgary stamnede on July 8 and have accepted the invitation. Other summer engagements are partly arranged for. EASTER MARKED GLENWOOD. (HNS) Eas- ter Sundav was impressivelv ob- served here last Sunday. The Sundav school sponsored an inter-_ esting" program with, many of the" young' members taking part. The Easter theme was also featured at the afternoon service, and special speakers were heard at the .evening service. GLENWOOD VISITORS GLENWOOD. (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Dudley of Cutback. Mont, were Glenwood visitors on Mondav last, bringing with them Wayne" who just returned from service ia the Pacific. TENDERED SHOWER WHISKY GAP. (HNS) Whisky Gap was the scene of a happy nariy and shower on Fri- dav last, when the maav friends of "the J. J- Secretan family met to honor -Joseph Secretan and his bride, nee Miss Mary Quinlan of Buffalo, N.Y. Mr. Secretan was recentlv discharged from the R.C. About 75 oersons were pres- ent. Following a program, the bride appeared in. her wedding gown and the happy couple opened their many gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Secretan will reside at Jefferson, the groom will operate farm of his uncle. J. Chamberlain- JOINS BANK STAFF CLARESHCLM (HNS) J. F. Lornie has been added to the Ca- nadian Bank of Commerce staff here after serving for nearly six vears in the R.C.AF. Previous to enlisting he a member of the staff of the First Street West Branch in Calgary. At the time of his discharge he was a Flight Lieu- tenant and saw service in many centres in. Canada being a member of the accounts department. TRUCK DESTROYED GRANGM, Blair experienced a peculiar accident on the highway near Cayley Saturday night. As he was driving his brother Fenton's truck loaded with furniture and lumber from Calgary he had a flat tire. After jacking up the -wheel and had removed one burr, he noticed a small flame and almost instantly the truck burst flames. There was a high wind blowing which added to the danger. Mr. Blair managed to remove all the load but the truck is a total loss. CONDITION IMPROVES of the Chas. Gordon family will be Glenwood. All of the children were present on this occasion. Other BUests present were Dick Law. Mrs. Portineus Greene. Mrs. Ted Greene. Mis Adciison Greene and a num- ber of grandchildren. Mrs. Greene's husband predeceased her in 1921. IRON SPRIN'GS NEWS IRON- Wm- Kirby was hostess to the members of the Anglican W.A. last. Wednesday afternoon when eight members were present. Mrs. Oscar Wilson gave a very interesting re- port of the recent diocesan con- ference in Calgary. The next meet- ing will be held on the 8th of May at Mrs. McHbcraith's. Miss WUma Hunt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hunt, re- turned home recently after success- basket. Misses Kay McDougall assisted the honor in unwrapping _______ homes la ererr iiule town la -a-hieh young rcothess are in- ___ siruesed la the pass-natal care ot she addressed members of High f babies. The Plunkew Society to Eirer UF.WJV. and wwEswozaenlTHairifaiised by a national tag cay oa the social services of Sew Zea-fand other charitable eoatribations __ Miss Vernon was awarded land performs a great service. She Zealand scholarship entitling j said that she had met yosrac mar- s' io two vears at Oregon State fried worses frcra New Zealasai ia CeBege. She" has extended her lime i the Cnised States who were search- i teach-1 ins for an American PfezEiew Soci- organ MONARCH NEWS time in the larger cities of the d Staves and in Western Can- and Mae guest of the many! friends for their gifts and; Genit Jfyhof entertained at tea on Fn- dav afternoon on the occasion of .y. Twelve guests were Mrs. B. Little of the to each to call upon her in j fcer future home. A delicious lunch was served the committee in charge Dleasant social hour spent over tea cups. ia speakiEg to C.r'.'W.A. she c-oramested oa the interest in Trsrli affairs shown by western f am wom- en and Jieir well-informed ouTlook. She thought tns