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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 22, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, February 22, 1973 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - %9 District News In Brief Coaldale loses booster By MARY TYMBURSKI Herald News Service COALDALE - One of Coal-dales best friends has recently taken up residence at Lethbridge. She is Mrs. Emilie Baldry. Mrs. Baldry was known for many community involvements over the years. She has served as a news correspondent for the Lethbridge Herald, CJOC radio and also the local Sunny South News. She has been the local correspondent for the Coaldale Pythian Sisters Sunset Temple 6 since its organization here 26 years ago. For more than 50 years she has, been the local correspondent for the Coaldale United Church Women. Mrs. Baldry added greatly to the community. She seldom missed the daily walk from her home to the post office for her mail. She left Coaldale without telling anyone here she was planning to leave. One Satur-day morning recently this correspondent noticed Mrs. Baldry was getting in a car and seme furniture was being put into a truck. This indicates the. very modest and humble personality who for so many years gave of her time and energy to report the happenings of everything in town. Mrs. Baldry, when contacted, said she had planned to go to the B1 u e Sky Lodge on a temporary basis, depending on how she likes it. After a week as a guest at the lodge she stated she certainly wished to stay on. Mrs. Baldry is very pleased with her new living arrangements. It was in 1917 that she and her husband, the late R. J. Baldry, took up residence here. Their house was located at what is now the site of the Coaldale Pharmacy. Later the house was moved a block to the south with an addition to the house constructed. Mrs. Baldry resided there until her departure from Coaldale. Mrs. Baines aids women FORT MACLEOD (Special) - The Blunt's Nursing Home Women's Aid has received a generous donation from Mrs, A. Baines of Lethbridge. It will be used to provide comforts for the patients. The women have also planned to boost their budget with the proceeds from a bake sale and raffle. The annual Mother's Day event will be held at the Simpson-Sears order office on May 12. Each member took material home to make snap-on serviettes for the patients. Fight dystrophy FORT MACLEOD (Special) - Mountain View Rebekah Lodge reviewed its 1972 accomplishments and set up. a budget committee to set donation amounts for the current season. Members fight muscular dystrophy, cancer, and support the Salvation Army, Crippled Chil-drens' Hospital, Red Cross, United Nations Pilgrimage, eye bank and Rotary club bus fund. A bake sale March 10 mil finance their work. President Larry Nelson of Coleman succeeds Doug Skinner as president of the Coleman Athletic Association. He graduated last year in outdoor recreation and conservation from the Lethbridge Community College. Other officers: Les Owen, vice-president; Chris Larose, secretary-treasurer; Mel Taje, equipment manager; and Ir-vin Larose, chief referee at the arena. Eight tally 325 years By ROSS GIBB Herald News Service TABER - More than 325 years of service by eight re-thing employees of Canadian Sugar Factories Ltd. were recognized here at the 13tii annual staff party. It was held at Lethbridge with 275 attending. Honored on their retire-mtnt as head table guests, along with their wives, were Kay B. Redd of Raymond, assistant purchasing agent; Clarence J. Bowden of Taber, plant foreman; Brownie Rolf-son of Lethbridge, chief electrician John F. Kenney of Taber, ptant superintendent; Albert H. Clark of Taber, plant foreman; and Joseph P. Strong of Picture Butte, plant foreman. Not present for the occa- sion were Wilfred Hague of Picture Butte, plant superintendent; and Frank C. Selk of Raymond, packing plant op. erator. Mr. Hague is holidaying in southern United States and Mr. Selk was ill. A new award initiated this year was recognition of 40-yeeir employees, gold watches being presented to Albert Hague of Picture Butte, Richard S. O'Brien of Lethbridge and Cliff West of Taber. General manager Dwight W. Purdy welcomed the employees to the banquet and spoke of the successes r"\ problems met in the sugar manufacturing business curing the year just completed. Dancing concluded the evening's entertainment. Coutts 4-H plans swim party COUTTS (HNS) - The recent meeting of the International Light Horse 4-H Club was held at the Coutts Civic Centre with 10 members present. A swimming party is planned for Saturday and members may invite friends. The public speaking contest will be held Wednesday, March 28, at 7 p.m. Club members Laurie Furlong, Daiiene Jaffary, Darcy Bis-nchi, Cathy Yalts and Holli Berringer spoke. 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