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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 26, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta DISTRICT SVi Indians recall Christ By SHERLEEN HUNTER Herald News Service BLOOD INDIAN RESERVE Good Friday a sacrifice walk was made from three starting points, Standoff, Glenwood and Cardston to St. Mary's School on the Blood Reserve, a distance of 20 miles from each direction. This was an ecuinenical effort and involved all den- ominations on (he reserve. Jim Twig, layman, was the master of ceremonies at the church service. The Passion according to St. John was read. Chief Jim Shot on Both Sides, Bob Black Plume and Alphonse Many Gray Horses also spoke. Kev. McCuaig, an Anglican clergyman, says, "It made me realize just how much these people have to offer us." Indians took part. They fasted for two days; carried crosses; and prayed along the way. Roman Catholic priest Rev. J. Regnier, OMI, said it was "a truly humbling exper- ience." He says, "I learned a lot from these people, especially the older ones. It was their idea. They have a lot to teach us." The sacrifice walk is the traditional way of the natives to show humility and penance for the sacrifice of Christ at Easter time. They fasted from one to two days, canied crosses from each starting point and pray- ed along the way, a distance of 20 miles to the church. A starvation breakfeast of dry bread and tea was serv- ed before the services. Miss Wozak showered with gifts NEW DAYTON (HNS) Easter decorations provided the setting for a recent bridal shower in honor of Miss Pat- ricia Wozak. The bride's table was centred with a basket .of Easter eggs, decorated by Mrs. Allan Dun- can and flanked by pink can- dles. Streamers of pink and mauve and bouquets of spring crocus completed the decor. A total of 62 women were welcomed by Mrs. Donald Christensen. Mrs. John Wozak and Mrs. John Black, mothers of the bride and groom, and many family relatives from Leth- bridge attended. A corsage of roses was pre- sented to "Miss Wozak from S h a r r o n, Deri and Dusti Beaton. Musical numbers, "Some- where My Love." and a parody to the tune of "Old Macdonald Had A Farm" was sung by Theresa, Bemadette and Anita Kaupp, Pamela Greeno and Joyce accompanied by accordianist Mrs. August Kaupp. .Thursday, April 26, 197J _ THE iFWBRIDOf HRAtO 3 'Co slow9 George Whitehead, reeve of the Willow Creek MD and a member of the special advisory committee on communal property in Alberta, opposes formation of a Hutterite colony in the Mossleigh o r e a, already approved by the commit- tee, on the grounds the area is a "hot spot." Says Mr. Whitehead; "My view is this, if there's a hot spot, and the area at Mossleigh is a hot spot for Hutterite expansion, then I feel the committee should advise the Hutterian brethren to look at equally good land somewhere else." The com- mittee, headed by Arnold W. Platt, a farmer, member of the Alberta Agriculture Hall of Fome and former executive secretary of the United Farmers of Alberta, has given its approval for the Hutterite application by the Newdale colony at Queenstown to form a daughter colony in the Mossleigh area. Vulcan area residents, led by the Vulcan Chamber of Com- merce, are adamantly op- posed to the Hutterite ex- pansion. Two beef sales gross nearly Pine Woman of Blood reserve Indians of the Blood Indian Reserve walked 20 miles to St. Mary's School on the reserve Good Friday to show humility and penance for the sacrifice of Christ at Easter. D'ARCY RICKARD photo Home of fine Brazier Dairii Queen DAYS ONLY! Thursday and Friday nana spirt BOTH LOCATIONS CRANBROOK (SpeciaD- With only two beef sales for 1973 complete, Cranbrook Sales Point, Community Auction Sales Ltd. is close to a gross. Single April sale last week tallied 587 head sold at 497 and the single February sale brought the 1973 total to 910 head at A single spring sale of mix- ed animals will be held May 16. Then there are no further sales until late summer. A dis- trict breeding association bor- rowed Sales Point facilities for a good return but this is not in the Sales Ltd. tally. In the April sale light year- ling steers brought 53 to 35.25 zents a pound and heavy 46 to 4B.5 cents. Yearling heifers re- turned 49.50 to 53 for light and Mr. and Mrs. Bud Mason feted at farewell party SPRING COULEE (HNS) A farewell party honoring Mr. and Mrs. Bud Mason was held at the Spring Coulee commu- nity hall recently. A short program was put on by -children of the community. After the program Ken Bcswick presented Bud and Florence with a gift on behalf I of the community. Coffee and squares were en- joyed after the presentation. They have made their home at Lethbridge. 43 to 45 heavy. Heavy steers went at 38 to 40.25 cents, fat cows 30 to 32, light feeder cows 33 to 35.25, baloney bulls 32 to 35, and canners and cutters 24 to 26 cents. New entry class, cow with calf, sold at average for the duo, and 13 yearling heifer entry lot from Pine Butte, Wy- cliffe averaged return of ?420 a head. Biencourt Ranch at Yahk sold 20 yearling heifers at average and 20 more at average. Rogers and Sons Ltd., Creston, averaged for 19 heifers, and baby calves sold at to Most buyers were district growers improving herds, in- cluding Pighin Brothers of Fort Steele who brought 100 head. Regular 75e NOW ONLY Eat, drink and be merry! ----------BOTH LOCATONSi------------ SOUTH SIDE 1152 M.M. DriveS.-Phone 327-6440 NORTH SIDE 516 13th St. N. Phone 327-4855 Plan supper for wedding TCOBLEFORD (HNS) Nob- leford United Church Women, nine strong, met recently at :the home of Mrs. Montey Ca- hoon to plan the catering for a j wedding supper to be held April J27. Mrs. Eileen Urvold wili host I the next meeting, to be held at i the church in May. Mrs. Ellen Peters will be in charge of de- j votions. Roll call will involve a dona- tion to the Sunshine bag for the Lethbridge Auxiliary Hospi- tal. There will not be a rummage sale this year. The recent pancake supper was very successful. Late snow DEL BONITA (HXS) This area received 13 inches of snow j yesterday. It hit an isolated area. Four miles froze here it was bare. Ernie Dalton says, "We had to feed cattle and we had quite a time, even with a four-wheel The power was off for a time. "We're sure glad to see tays Mr. Dalton. "It has been so dry." More district on page 19 Final Reminder THE LETHBRIDGE NORTHERN IRRIGATION DISTRICT ANNUAL MEETING WiH be heid Monday, April 30 p.m. Mountain Daylight Time ELKS HALL PICTURE BUTTE The Lethbridge Herald Correspondent in Your Area STIRLING MRS. F. B. ZAUGG..................... 756 3324 TABER ROSS GIBS........................... 223-2252 TURIN MRS. PAUL JUHAR 738-4394 TYREU'S LAKE MRS. HOWARD HAMIING 6422263 VAUXHALL MRS. R. W. POWERS 654-2369 WARNER MRS. PEARL UEBEIT 642-361u SPARWOOD MRS. MOLLY IATKA.................... 425-6617 Contact these people for your District News Classified Advertising DI-SYSTON 15% Granular Controls all aphids, including strains resistant to chlorinated hydrocarbon insecticides. Long-lasting control up to 6 to 8 weeks after application. No protection gaps. Protection starts the instant plants emerge. More natural insect control. Insecticide inside the plant can't destroy beneficial insect populations when applied as directed. For clean, healthy potatoes, give aphids and leafhoppers a smack in their suckers the instant they sit down to dinner. Apply DI-SYSTON 15% Granular as you plant Your dealer has it now. 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