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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Marion Hammon marks birthday TURIN (HNS) Mrs. Mar- ion Hammon, well known pio- neer ol Turin, marked her 80th birthday recently. At a family dinner Mrs. Ham- mon was presented with a col- ored television set by her fam- ily. Colei 'nan enlarged COLEMAN The provincial local authorities board has ap- proved an application by the Town of Coleman for the an- nexation of land in the area of 4th St. north of Highway 3 com- prising the northwest quarter of section nine. Taxes owing to Improvement District 5 as at Dec. 31, 1970, are now payable to the Town of Coleman. Mayor John Holyk represent- ed the town at a public hear- ing into the matter last year. Interested landowners, or their representatives, who at- tended the hearing includec Mrs. Robert Bowman, Mrs. Ar- thur Juhlin and Mrs. Albert Kropinak. The town represented said il should be annexed to provide the town with additional high- way commercial lands, there being a scarcity of such lands in the town. It was represented to the board that a trend was evi dent for commercial develop- ment to establish away from the older commercial area tc new sites along Highway 3. Among those present at the gathering were Mr. and Mrs. 3ert Chamberlain of C 0 c h- rane, Mr. and Mrs. Don Pat- :erson and family of Leth- bridge, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hammon and family of Turin, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hammon, Jr and family of Valley View, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jorgenson of Turin, Mr. and Mrs. Nor- man Biluk of Red Deer, Mr. and Mrs. David Patterson of Nanton, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Tunbridge of Lethbridge and Miss Patty Parks of Letlv bridge. Mrs. Marion Hammon, the former Marion Tennant, came to Lethbridge from Scotland with her family in 1910. Mrs. Hammon and her younger brother, Andrew, of Victoria, B.C., are the only two survi- vors. In 1912 she married Ear; Hammon of Lethbridge. They moved to Turin where they farmed for many years. Mr and Mrs. Earl Hammon had seven children; Mrs. Clarence (Margaret) Jorgenson of Tur in, Jerry Hammon of Turin Mrs. Don (Maud) Patterson o Lethbridge the late Mrs. James (Marion) Parks, the late Billy Hammon, Earl Hammon, Jr. of Valley View, and Mrs. Bert (Jessie) Chamberlain of Coch rane. There are 18 grandchil dren and six great grandchil dren. After the death of her bus band in 1964, Mrs. Hammon moved to Turin. She is in good health and en joys doing her own housework walking and gardening, incluc ing cutting her large lawn. Mrs. Hammon is interestec in politics and in all commun ity activities. Zemp returned TABER (HNS) In the elec- on of officers at the recent nnual meeting of the Ray- Sugar Makers Credit nion, Earl W. Zemp was re- urned to the board of direc-j ws for three years, other di- ectors being John T. Roberts, ohn Housley, Arledge W. Hill and Karl R. Gehmlich. William R. Kinsey was re- irncd to the supervisory com- littee other members being {enneth W. Shaw and Leonard Watson. Highlight of tlie social ac- vilies of the evening was olos'by Mrs. Connie Hancock. [er accompanist was Mrs. Vel- ma Redd. NOTICE ANNUAL MEETING TABER WARNER CONSTITUENCY SOCIAL CREDIT LEAGUE DAVIDSON SCHOOL, COALDALE THURSDAY, FEB. 4th, 7.30 p.m. All members of the Social Credit League urged to attend GORDON S. SAUNDERS, President COUNTRY NEWS These Are Thelethkidge Herald Correspondents in Your Area VAUXHAIL MRS. PAT POWERS P.O. Box 239 STIRLING RUTH ZAUGO General Delivery TABER ROSS GIBE P.O. Box 2187 TYRELL'S LAKE MRS. MARY HAMtING...... P.O. Box 97, Wrentham WARNER MRS. PEARL LIEBELT General Delivery Contact these people for your District News or Classified Advertising Mr. and Mrs. Tom Haiizlik honored IRON SPRINGS (HNS) Si. and Mrs. Thomas Hanzlik, ormer Iron Springs residents now reside in Lcthbridge, vere guests of honor at a family dinner held recently on the occasion of their golden wedding anniversary. Forty seven members of the family attended the dinner. Following the dinner Mr. and Mrs. Hanzlik's five daughters entertained at open house. More than 100 friends called. "Miss Helen Hanzlik presided over the guest register. DIAMOND WEDDING Mr. and Mrs. John Sorgard of Lcthb ridge, formerly of Turin, marked CO years of married life together recent- ly at an open house party. About 50 relatives and friends gathered to honor them. They were married Juri. 2J, ISli, farmed for many years in the Turin district aud moved to Lethbridge upon their retire- ment in 19C9. They have nine grandchildren and sis grc'at grandchildren. Mr. Sorgard Mas born in Norway in 1SSC. ]ron The family moved to Fosston, Minn., when he was two years old. Mr. Sorgard came to Al- berta in 1907 and homestead- ed in the Turin district. Mrs. Sorgard was born Lisa Salti- er in Fosston, Minn., in 1888. They raised four children; Mrs. Fred (Myrtle) Roman- chuck of Lethbridge, Mrs. Mike (Gladys! Romanchuck of Turin, Orville Sorgard of Lethbridge, and Sidney Sor- gard, who died in 1968. Thunday, February 4, THE IfTHBdlDGF HERALD 3 Declare dividend TABER (UN'S) A 5.4 per! Sugar Makers Credit Union cent dividend on shares (sav- president Arledf nil! at ings) and a 30 per cent rebate the credit ;-.ist annual of interest paid during 1970 meeting, were announced by Raymond The of ai Dec. -'--------i si included in loans and SC7.466 in market investments, while members' equity totalled in shares in i statutory reserves. Plan rejected IRON SPRINGS (HNS) The Turin-Iron Springs Electrilication Association held j At year-end, tire credit union ts annual meeting recently in I had made loans since Springs with an atten- i in the total amount of dance of 40 people. 1684, and there are no delnv A representative of Calgary qucnt loans. Power Ltd. attended and dis- i--------------------- cussed the proposed 12-point arm plan. Much heated discus-; SUPPORTS CLUB sion ensued and the plan was i 'Oted down. BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau i Directors'named: Mike Dei-- Town council agreed to sup- muth, Lawrence Lawlor, Nick port the Crowsnest Pass Frank Kubik. Ed Stronski. 'olden, Walter Boras and Ben Dick Papworth of Sundial is secretary-treasurer. RoLmdup of District News Receives plaque TABER (HNS) Raymond Sugar Makers Credit Union president Arledge W. Hill re- cently paid tribute to the foun- ders of the credit union in 1940 and their "sound policies." Victor Stevens of Calgary, Md representative of CUNA Mutual Insurance Society, pre- sented to Mr. Hill a plaque in recognition of 25 years' cover- i by CMIS of the credit union members' savings and loans. Commenting on insurance, treasurer Kay B. Redd noted that in the 25 years, the credit union had received on behalf of its members, for 14 claims, and during the 25 years, premiums paid totalled just under Win scholarships CAHDSTON Four Blood Indian students, Leo Fox_ Le- roy .Little Bear, Keith Tail- feathers and Bill Mistaken Chief, were among 76 Indian students across the nation who recently won awards from the Indian affairs department. The scholarships are worth from to each. Leroy Little Bear is now at- tending university at Albuquer- que, New Mexico. He studied nthropology for two years at jethbridge and plans on study- ing for another two years at Albuquerque. Leo Fox is attending the Uni- 'ersity of Lethbridge, taking a general arts course. Bill Mistaken Chief is attend- ng college at Great Falls, Mont. Ken Tailfeathers is attending he Lethbridge Community Col- ege. Sawlog scale Peigan complex wins backing by hockey PINCHER CREEK (Special) The Napi Friendship As sociation is sponsoring a fund raising hockey game for the planned Peigan Sports Com plex, hopefully to be built a Brocket this year. The game will feature the Kainai Chiefs against the 'Pass All Stars, the latter a com bination of the Peigan War riors and Co-op, the Standof Canadians and the Lundbreck Cowley Weasels. It will be held at the Kainai I Sports Centre, Standoff, Sun i day, Feb. 7, at 2 p.m. More district on page 15 preparation by the W. R. Myers High School band and horus for presentation early i the spring months. The comedy is a story of two city news reporters who be- come involved in a conflict of whether a small town should keep an old tradition. Taking the principal parts are Craig Stone as Frank Gil- ette, Gordon Henley as Church CRANBROOK Obviously into (Special) an optimistic swing toward indication of im- proved lumber market and iriees, the sawlog scale for the wo Kootenays comprising Nel- son Forest District was i'O cubic feet for January, the B.C. Forest Service reports. Spruce at 5.6 million cubic eet widened its lead while ce- dar, lodgepole pine at two mil- ion plus feet were second and third. Cedar scale quadrupled. Nelson Forest District gain was in the face of suspended Egging by a major East Koot- enay producer, Crowsnest In- dustries Ltd., since November. Among minor forest products lineally scaled, poles and piles doubled to feet, but oth- er minor products were scaled only in token amounts. Art classes CARDSTON Art instruc tion is offered by cartoonist am oil painter Everett Soop of the Blood Indian Reserve. Mr. Soop is teaching classes at 7 p.m. each Wednesday in St. Paul's School on the Blood reserve. Musical comedy TABER (HNS) Check Your Worries is the name of a two-act musical comedy now in THE MOST COMPLETE COLLECTION OF COLONIAL FURNITURE IN CANADA! CONVENIENT TERMS f Solid Eastern Hard Maple Construction Every Piece finished in exclusive Rox-Hide (highly resistant to heat, spilled bever- ages, scratching and normal Only the finest quality fabrics are used throughout the entire collection. All designs are open slock allowing you to purchase additional matching pifces anytime. 326 5lh SI. S. Phone 377-8578 Thompson, Jay Johnson as Benson Hart, Vicky Iverson as Elira Hart 'and Audrey Jaque as Susan Hary. Robert George plays the part of Arthur Peterson, Elaine Pe- terson will be Maxine Hart, Reva Platt will play Paula Pentworth, David George as Myron Phillips, Randy Nelson as Chester and Kim Hall George Peterson. Mrs. Ken Welsh returned NEW DAYTON annual meeting of the official ward for the New Dayton- Hilk River-Coutts .charge .of he United Church was held at tov Dayton recently with 20 in attendance. Mrs. Ken Welsh was return- ed as secretary-treasurer and Iverett Ford as representa- tive to the presbytery. The South Alberta Presby- tery will meet at Milk River April 27. In other news the annual meeting of the New Dayton Golf Rod and Gun Club elect- ed George Horton, president; Victor Kaupp, vice president: and Del Fuller, secretary-trea irer. Past president is Leonan Candy. Two-year directors are August Kaupp, Leo Rarick anc Stewart Skeith. One-year directors -are Harry Gorrill, Howard Kaupp anf Tom Cronkhite. Club in its plan to obtain a new ski tow rope. The club will re- pay money granted. Seventy- five per cent of the cost was raised by the club. OPEN TONIGHT I HAVF THAT SINKING FEELING about youi INCOME TAX Soil on down to. your nearty "Bon Voyoge" to your lax RETURNS troubles. We'll prepare, dou- ble-check, and guarantee the accuracy of your return. Our entire crew It at your service, OUARANTB i ii We guaranKe octutole pripnrolion ol every lox return. It mole- trrori tkol tost you peno'llf or inletlll, we Will pav the penalty or inlerelt. _____________ Canida's largest Tax Service with over offices In North Amerlei 815 Third Avenue South 9-9 Weekdays 9-5 Saturday-Phone 327-3712 ING APPOINTMENT NECESSARY] COALDALE The Barons- Eureka Health Unit is sponsor- ing the following infant and pre-school clinics: HAYS: Tuesday, Feb. 9. in the school from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. PICTURE BUTTE: Tuesday, Feb. 9, in the library Building from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. TABER: Tuesday, Feb. 9, in the health unit office in the Ad- ministration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. NOBLEFORD: Wedncs d a y. I Feb. 10, in the school from i to p.m. VAUXIIALL: Wcdncsd a y. Feb. 10, in the elementary school from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. COALDALE: Thursday, Feb. 11, in the health unit, office (up- stairs in the Town Office Build- ing) from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. TABER: Thursday, Feb. 11. in the health unit office in Ihe Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and lo 4 p.m. SIIAUGHNESSY: Fri day, Feb. 12, in the school from to p.m. Fluoride tablets are available at all clinics free of charge. Dr. G. R. C. Palmer, medi- cal officer of health, urges par- ents to ensure their children are fully protected against con- j tagious disease. Swanson installed by Legion FORT MACLEOD Royal Canadian Legion president Lawrence Swanson and Ladies Auxiliary president Mrs. Wanda McNab were in- stalled here recently. Zone Commander Steve Boy- chuk of Cardston and District Commander Mrs. Marnie God- dard of Fort Macleod installed the new officers. Mr. Swanson is beginning his fifth consecutive term. A certificate of merit was presented to Jack Simpson for "long and faithful service" to the local branch. A cheque for was pre- sented to the Legion from the auxiliary for the Legion's building fund. Other Legion officers install- ed were: Jim Furman, 1st vice president; Paul Tomik, 2nd vice president; executive members W. A11 e n, R. Burke, H. Erskine, A. Goddard, W. Pansky and L. Edgar. John Kennedy is past-presi- dent. The auxiliary slate includes: Mrs. Dorothy Roberts, 1st vice- president; Mrs. Jean McBride, 2nd vice-president; Mrs. Irene McCaughtery, secretary trea- surer, and executive members, Mrs. Dora MacDonald, Mrs. Mary McNab, Mrs. Grace Snowdon, Mrs. Julia Medley, Mrs. Bev Eagleson, Mrs. Clas- sina Roberts, and Sgt.-at-arms Mrs. Hannah Borthwick. Reading, art win support RAYMOND (HNS1 Read- ing and art courses have re- ceived support here. Twenty registered for a read- ing course taught by Mrs. Peggy Albiston of the Univer- sity of Lethbridgc. twelve registered for the art. course taught by Herbert Hicks of the university. Assisting is Airs. Toeyo Kawamura of Ray- mond. Reading is held Monday and ail on Tuesday with class times bolh ni.ents at o'clock. It. is still possible lo register. Classes tire held at Iho. Ray- mond High School. READ WHAT WORKS! CANADIAN WOMEN BOU C SAY ABOUT omens i igure ctnaaian (AJo Ot LOST 28 POUNDS AND 36 INCHES OVER-ALL. MRS. MARTIN, london, Ont. I LOST 18 POUNDS AND 21% INCHES IN 18 VIS- ITS. MISS HAMILTON, Ottawa, Ont. LOST Wz INCHES AND 8 POUNDS IN JUST 8 VISITS. MRS. WILLIAMS, Calgary, Aha. LOST 16% INCHES AND 10 POUNDS IN 16 VISITS. MRS. NEARY, St. John's, Nfld. Why not make it work for you? Call Today 327-4582 Open a.m. to p.m. GUARANTEED RESULTS If you do not receive desired results we will give you unlimited lime in our clinic ot no charge. 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