Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 29, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
y, Ducembcr 29, 1970 THE IETHBRIDGE MRAID 13 o mark 85th annual reuni 71 s _ f f- CROP FROM CITY BOULEVARDS Back in 1916 the 21st St. S. an old street car backgrounds a binder and superintendent at the time and they were the parents of _rew on ris boulevards and that year bush- four-horse team, cutting the crop. At the right is Mr. and Earle and Percy Morris, still residents of Lethbridge y1-" _ ,1 i A n_ Photos courtesy T. E. Morris and Pemmican Club ,______. ,_ els'we're at the corner of 7th 'Ave. and Mrs. W. H. Morris and son Alfred. Mr. Morris was street I'M US YEAH the Old Timers I'cmmican Chili will observe its 85th anniversary one of the oldest continuing group reunions in western Canada. Nostalgia is the keynote as old friends jiathcr In reminisce at the annual ball being held this year in the Exhibition Pavilion, Decem- ber 30. 11 is still an occasion for the Old Timers of southern Al- berta to make a special effort to be present and be counted. The accompanying photos will bring back many memories and some members pictured here arc no longer with us but their contribution lu 'his favored area will never be forgotten. The Herald congratulates the club on reaching this new milestone in its long ant! eventful hislory- 7 A SCENE AT THE OLD TIMERS BALL DEC. 30, 1955 HAPPY GATHERING AT REUNION DEC. 31, 1956 DANCING THE QUADRILLE AT OLD TIMERS BALL DEC. 30, 1957 THE GRAND MARCH AT REUNION BALL DEC. 28, 1962 .JH1L S >L :v K fad 4-Vv, MEMBERS OF EXECUTIVE Back row, left to riqht are Ernie S.ickley, George Bruchel, W. A. HomMton and Mrs. W. MEMBERS ON FLOAT 955 EXHIBITION McKenz.c, Mrs H. T. E. s, un T. E. Morns, Joe Maugham, Charles Parry, A. Niven, Wilbur (Kate) Andrews. PARADE Back row, left .0 nght: Mrs. C. Ne, son, Front row C. Ne.lson T. on, boy McKenzie, Huqh McKay, Sid Russell, George McNabb. front row, Wrs. Eva Maclean, Mrs. C. McNabb, Mrs. L. J. umdent.f.ed, Mrs, M. Haaland and Hugh Mc.oy.