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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta RDAY, APRIL er High River 25 t the seeding in r dairies has been done farms are vrortang dou- to get the seed in under conditions. This is earlier 1, and much earlier than but there such frost jear Trxii late-maturing f most farmers, even in as. are trMiig to get a bes- ihis season. Acreage to increased about 10 pet jear. most of it so-am on low and a small propor- >led in. Moisture condi- fairly good, and though have driea the lere is good subsoil mols- prevailing wind has been leading to pre- f a dry year. There Is le ground to justify early leea estimated that in the by High River eleva- are" about bushels still en the farms, and 000 bushels are still in ators. with steady move- arard. EVEX PERSONS er, nurse in training at lospiial. Medicine Hat. is i week's holiday Taruh her Jr. and Mrs. Conrad Ed- head. accompanied bv his is, Leslie Weir of Namoa me Harvie of JLethbridge. Easter holiday with hss Her. Mrs. J Meyer rrame Sederberg has been 1 be candidate from this attend Young People's TTnnersitv of Alberta for starting June 6. STRICT VISITORS SPRING COULEE W.M.S. HEARS HUE REPORTS SPRING COULEE. ier wisg. Bewildered by riposte or struck in a. vital on the head, the emperor of ttoe air dashed airnself against g-ound where the sfrug- gle was resumed as soon as senses became aware of pounding be was recerraos frcss she groggy goose who doughul.- pressing her a tase. Sonsehow ice eagle re- ceived criopUng blows to tse wings. He had to stano. ground now and fight it ouj. toe toe. Was: actually happened mere conjecture, bus there 3s doubt about :ne outcome of tiae oat-le of wicgs. goose survived the fracas asfl ceaied her scars, o-Jt ea was destroyed by farmer. Southern Alberta FCRCHASES STOKE j party. A car left the grade and KSMISKAM. Uje ttimed over, Fatsy BuUocic being Hollensworth has purchased tae severely cut on the forehead. She _ "r_l__ T f. s TNirwit" store of the John Long An. MANY ATTEND CLINIC fami- ___ lies from here took advantage of PRIZE WINNERS severeiv 4 was taken to hospital at Taoer for' treatment. Other occupants of the car received minor cuts and briuses the chnic waich was held in Vulcan all week. BOtTXD ENCHANT (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. C R. Wiest have received word that their son has left Hali- fax for home cad will arrive soon. TO CELEBRATE COMMOTION polisn- cav nexr It is honed soon to ha-.e mg a casement wincow near the ceiling of the White Lunch Cafe on, Thursday, the ladcer on which. N. Karras. "cafe operator, was stanc- FETAL PROGRAM NATAL. B.C. (HNS) TAKES COURSE XEMISKAM. (HNS) Ted I Lynes has gone to Vancouver to I sfuay electnaty with emphasis on refrigeration and neon lighting. WARNER VISITORS WARXER. (HNS) Mr. and {itrs Hans Wameken of Vancouver j were visitors of Mr. and Mrs ML Schmidt last week for a days. ARRIVE FROM ATHABASKA WARNER. (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. G B Woooford. and chiicren of Athabaska visitea recently with his brother, J. Elliot, here. IVool Growers GEO. R. YOUNG VISITORS IX TUKIX been appointed to succeed the late JOE WORKMAN in southern Alberta as agent for G. Whitaker Co. Ltd. Peterborough, Ont. and strings available Tel. 46 Cardston TURIN. (HXS) Mr. acct Mrs. Virgil Rowley of Twin Butte former lurm residents, were visit- ors tnis weefc at the J. Berent home. Josech Armstrong Murdoch, 86 one of Saint John's best known ciuzens. is dead. He formerly livea at Regma. and Vancouver. Office ft p Res- M47G2 CALUAlil WM18 AUTO WHEEL REPAIRS and DISTRIBUTORS Ton can now change your TRACTOR FROM STEEL TO RUBBER We can snpply WIDE-BASE RIMS WHEELS (for longer tire mileage) Together With Expert Service. Also Truck Wheels Rims, Pass- enger Wheels, Trailer Axles and Tractor Rims. ABENDS 60S FIRST ST. EAST M4702 The members of the Natal-Michel oana will hold its final incoor concert 'or tne season, at the Empress the- atre at Natal on Suaaay night, Apnl 28. GIRLS HONORED WARN3R- (HNS) The Warner "Chix" ana tneir leacer. Mrs. Holroyd, were ectertamed as an Easter supaer and party at the C. J. Hclroyd. home on Thurs- day evening. FARMERS WANT RAIN SUNDIAL. iHNS) By the end of Apnl most of tne seeding will have been comnleted. Farmers are anxiously awainng a gooo. rain. The first wheat is about three inches high. Trees are just starting to leaf out REVEWS ACQUAINTANCE WARNER. (HNS) C. Van BrocSchn has been enjoying a visit from his orotaer. V. V Van Brock- lin, of Saiem, Oregon, Guncg Eas- ter week. In earber days ne was a farmer of the Turin cosmos ana tms is his fust visit here in the last ten }ears. EMPLOTED FARM WARNER. R IN. Neilsen of Nenuskam. as at the A. G. Johnson farm for tne summer He was in services four lears recently returning .rom His bnce, who is visiting relatives, will arrive shortly. Many parties and group socials are marK- mg the Easter hohdaj-s One or the most enjoyable was the special i j ing sua oacfcward and he fell face down on a oooth, badly cutting fiis lower jaw. j WAR BRIDE WELCOMED (HNS) Archie Mcljachlan, a war onde. has arriv- ed in Ccutts from Scotland She will be guest of honor a: a shower to be aela in the community hall, hostesses to be neighbors and friencs who plan to extend to her tne usual warm welcome extended to all the Bnnsh wives and fami- j lies of boys returning from over- seas. N4.TAL REPJIT NATAL, B C fHNS) Olie of j the latest Natal servicemen to re- turn back home after serving over- seas is LAC. Andrew "NickV Sal- va of the and youngest! son of Mr and Mrs. F. Salva of Natal. Salva joined the KXX A.F in November, 1942 and went overseas m 1943 Stationed I in England until a week after D- I i aav his "ou-fit'. the 144 amield movea across the cnannel into i France, where he was stationed until the end of tre war. Death Of Foremost I Woman Widely Mourned 1 la tre death of Mrs Mane Dick. wsfe of Chester Dick. Foremost. less a hSghly esteemed residen- Mrs. Dick was bom in Xorwooc. Or.'. moving to Medicine Hat when a child TUth her parents. Mr and Mrs EL Piapatrick. She received her education sa Medicire Hat and -vas later eniploved b> the Union. Bank, of Canaca see continued to iiork until her marriage to Mr Dick in 1922. Thev -ived ai Bow Island and later Mr Dick was transferred to Foremost in 1923 and Dick had lived here al- most since that time. She was an active menioer of the Foremost Altar Socien. and will be greatly missed by her inanv f nends. She leaves to mourn, her husband. E. C Dtck: four sisters. Mrs Jose- phine Watkms of Calgan. Mrs Irene Quesnel of EUscot-, Albarta. Mrs. Helen Langure of Prince Al- bert, Sask. Mrs. Florence Rice. Svdney. Australia, "The funeral -ook place with Re- quiein Mass offered by Father Fraudau in St Patricks cnurch, Letnbridge. widi intenKent m familv plot at St. Patrick's ceme- terv. Letiijrldge. A cousin. Fatrer Fitepatnck. at the Reouieui Mass The wealth of Mass cares and floral tributes testifiea to tne high esteem m -Brhicri the ceceased tras held. The paUoearers were Mr Howard Leslie, J M. Conn ay. Casper Wolfe. Ben Wolfe Charles Coverdale and G. O Brownlee. Many friencs attended the funer- aL RED CROSS MEETING TURIN Mrs 3 Geldreich was hostess Wednescs afwsoon to 20 members of local Cross. Mrs Carrer sided and entenainmerit was is the form of contest prodded sv iirs. CJins'erisen and Mrs Arrwar- sauth. Jr. Lunch, was served. the entertained a number of piano selectioss "s greaUy The meeiir.g be at the home of 3Jfcs- Car-.er. TCRIX BRIEFS I T-JHIN. -'HNS> Mrs W H. ifellcw is ai present I after her recer.t at tre of her caughter, Mrs Ande-soa. ai Barons Mrs. Wm. Boyson is a a city hcspiial. Ritchie Paterson CHARTERED A P.O. BOX 940. 5 and fi ACADIA BLDG. interest grouo party at the church hall Tuesday A Sun- day Scnool party was held at the river bridge near Taber. i CAR TTTRNS OVER fHNS) Wednes- dav a.ght an accident occurred at I Cranford following a jun.or choir KEEP THEM YOUNG AND ATTRACTIVE- AND WORTH MORE! Your Buildings wnpare a. 30-year-old building that has ien painted regularly -with a newer lilding that has only been painted once twice. The youth, smartness and >llar value of the older building will naze you. Your Machinery The elements are the greatest enemies of your machinery. Paint is as good as a machine-shed. Give your machinery eternal newness and constant protection by painting it often. USE MARSHALL-WELLS PAINT TO KEEP THEM YOUNG, WORTH MORE! Marshall-Wells can supply you with every type of Paint for every type of building and machinery. See the complete Marshall-WeJIs paint department at General Farm Supplies Ltd. Taber Pioneer Called By Death (ENS) es- teemea Taber ana district is missing from the ranks since Tuesaay afternoon last when Mrs. Marv Hannah Beverlr. wife of George Beverly, extared. in Taber hospital, aged "79 .years and seven months. Intermittently ill during the past 25 vears. she apoeared in fair health at times, as prior to the Easter week-end, wnen she went shopping alone, but taking ill next dav "was removed to the hospital. Immediate survivors are her hus- band, two sons, Al-.in and Earl all of Taber, and a cousin, Mrs War- ren Conrad of Burcett. formerly of Taber. A thiro. son, Cyril, buried here, died manj >ears ago. The funeral was held here Friday at St. Theoaore's Anglican church, at 2 pjn. and last rites at the family plot. Taber cemeiery. con- ducted bv Rev. Artnur Thompson. The rector's aadress was inspir- ing, the churcn caoir furnished nrusic. and a large number of floral tributes lav on the casket and banked the charcel PaUc-earers E Jerpersen. C Jespersen. O. Jespersen. W Car'fV. R, E. Cartey and E. Zelenkok. well-known fann- ers. T Vv Carr, Taber funeral airector. was in crarge Mr ana Mrs Beverly were na- tives of Englanc. and after Mr Beverly had been sometime a mine carpenter at the big Scho- field. Utah, mine they came to Lethbncge about 45 ago. and five >ears later to Taber Prom soon after coming here Mr. Beverly farmed four miles south, of -own 30 vears or more till demand for carpenters caused him to buy a house here ard remove here to pursue his former trade. OONT LOSE RATIOS BOOKS EDMONTON. April less of ration ooovs is j causirs; the ranors oflaces no 'ittle! cor.eer" J M Johnsron" ra.ion, the Board here said l "It is not. on'y a matter con- cern for it. out also for loser be said, peirmr.s; oat if the lost oook; uas not :umed IT; the seven 'or a re and thus lose a week's ration. Anthorized HARRISON, LONG McCORD COBPLETE RADIATOR S SERVICE iia Equipment RADIATORS AND CORES Radiators Ltd. S. 114 Eighth St. Kear C.P.R. Station Phone 4121. "Desire to Abdity." Recently we have installed enables us to give yon the our original tread on all FARMERS- way converted 10 We have the tires, tabes 'tfi equipment for cntticj at the label semes as your assuf- cf quality. Arailabb Stares r f -i 1 i ;