Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 10, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
__ Vi'edn.idoy, Junuory 10, 1773 THE LFTHBRIDGE HERALD 3 Bowling talks tourism at Piiicher Thursday Tom Mendenhall came in cuttle car spent first summer in a tent9 PINCHER CREKK Special minister with- out 'inurism1. will be in this area Thun-day, Jan. 11. He mil be at Unhhndse p.-ior to his hore in UTATI at 3 p.m. Mr. Dou'lins rr.ceL UTO people on Main from 3 to Ire board room in 'he town of- fice, at which :inie he '.nil 'r.eo: v-'.h: crauc-i! rr.creiwrs. MD councd! menders, execu- tive o: the Pitcher Creek Chamber of Comme-ce. repre- i-u.lalivc fi-nm Iho RCMP cen- tennial committee. Tne general public is wel- come to atter.d this meetins. Mr. uil] leave for BUinmre a: p.m. He wiU the new radio sislk'n. CiPK. He will also mee: with 2 committee presenting a brief prepared for the Croivsnest on A: a sinner m held at the Rcr-.sv.-ar.: Cole- re hold join', with rcprewnialive.t from councils of the towns in the Crcwsnest area. Charles A. Price of Pincher Creek, president of the Pincher Creek Crowsnest Pro- gressive Conservative Associa- tion, has called an annual meeting for p.m. at the Credit Union Building at Blair- more. Mr. Dowling will speak. The election of officers, presen- ic'ioa of financial statements, and appointments of delegates to attend the annual meeting in Calgary will take place iSen- home noic ashes Ed Harty home burns ETZIKOM HNS F'.re o: liett.-lch f.--i moved b bmie 2nd all their oripn h3s davs .r'.er in ashes. The ce'jrle left fo- a to Cause of the lire was ur- "'ihe just retvntlv Uthbrldge and on their -etum kr.ora dsmaees have -or purchased the of the hie the sajae night ye: been estimated. 'Pass balloon lands at Smft Current Bj DECOl'X Cronsnrsi Pass Bureau BLAIRMORE Two B'.air- ntore yottths hrAe cor'e up ar. excellent method o: :r.p the Crvwsr.est say> thctr father. John Fercus. Dsrid. 15. !2. de- cided to send up s o: n b-'Jiooos. .ifte.- oivainLr-s icals they D'Jt the r.-.Lv.-jre tr.to a T-e. bstoon over the :eck o: As the chemicals becar. to re- ct. a hydrogen gas was form- When the boys had two bal- --n> hydrogen Lhey -rote "Biairmore" on them and ?.te arid time the balloons were vPiied. 5.30 p.m. Dec. ]7. The Town of B'airn-iOre re- a !e 11 e ratod Dec. 27 from a Bruce Mutch of Current. Sask.. where the baj- !oon landed. The letter was addressed to City Hall. Blairmore. arid con- tained the green balloon. Tne second balloon, a pir.k or.o. has not yet beer, beard from. Owners o; the balloon were traced tlirough the local radio station. Coleinan Legion to install officer? Bu-v.-u11 wfj be conduct-' Tne Ledou and Auxiliary' will A joint o: er! Commander be headed by a husband P: Br.ir.ch No. 9 Roya' of Creek, mfe team R. M. i Butch i arc He :he and and Farina Langilie. Auxiliary' w vvill be instai'ed by A social evening follow s: 7 Margane: 'he cerenior.ies. nill be Jan. 20 (rixidsrd o: Fort Macleod. provided by the By ttOSS r.IBB llrraid News Sen if r RAYMOM.i .lust mmplel- ins his 90ili year. Tnomas T. MendenhaJl of Raymond some fine memories. "Father Mohn Mcndenhal] and I lef'i Sprmsnile. Utah. the Eirsi ol April. wher. I was 19 Our cousins 'Guy and Deal i were ship- pine canle 10 a ranch ihey had purchased in Canada end they could have 2 cattle car. pui a cow. five cur and furniture in i r. e Ii wai at- lo a c-ainlosd cf caule That's where the Ijake Ku'.'.eriie Colony is located. rot in Falls hsn 'n un'ord snoiiicr car be- i r. e standard irr-ck? chinEf-d ;o An cm ihe Turkey Trail Ores' r alls to at on ;he nf Arrii. IK'2. vnere we loaded ever.'hing cr. a couple of wagons and drove 10 Ray- Ccir.e 10 Canada Aarop Johnson, u-ho cams Lne vea- aooul a big ii was arid the cheap -C10 ar. acre land. Jesse Kssh: gob.g 19 a EVSET fee- ton' in Raymond. "VTe spen: firs', tiiinnier. in a TPC govemmoni had a bunch of arid were iheir, to the sonlcrs unu: couid HULG some'hirt-r rqorc- "There no lumber iii and it had TO be pir- c-riased J o n r. 0 r o r. Mar.'.varriis. dad I ir, a ten: during: :hs; "We wen: to bouah; load of 1'dmber and bun; a ar.d a granary. Vi'e broke 30 acres and planted but ihe crop pu; in late and was frozen. "VTe lived ir. the for :sL o: I heir- ed ihe ay track rom narrov 2auge to standard from Stirling 1o Ravmond so iht machinery for the sugar factory could be brought in "The narrow gauge was left, and a third rail run alongside the tracks could be used by hoth narrow gauge and stand- trains. "1 helped unload the machinery during the winter. "During the winter of 1902 1903 we look a home dra- mitics class from Aaron John- issue son cinr! thr-n in '-rTir." we put on a v rrcr, paid our tuiLirjii and icaohc-i. "In Ljie John- son and ftjihtr LO; in a v-'-ison and u'en: ro well to look frr "After he had Eone. I sayng a bro'.her in I'ish .Vo.v VL-ry i 00'. o.n a cu: ccros? couniry Liter e were no or roads and fourn my fa'.her '-v here Chin is now. Fs- :.ker and I ro-je double on ihe m. E r :o where he Tr PINCHER CREEK 'Special. The tov.Ti d e i a i 1 of the CMP displayed a doeree of "iency during November in iraffic infracuon-. A lo-al o: 24 warning? 1-1 whose :E crested a violaiion. In a repori id the Pinf'-- r C reek poll ce com .CMP -Gird thai a further [rsoris had been issued war. jmrr.orv-- under ihe HithwHy Act. aJo-g wirh Sve impaired drrorig and brothers, vas cwmalwed in la 1VH _ Mr. Mendrnh'all be t hey ''just threw ii logeiher p? He purchased the home for he and continues his home Erfter vtme addition and ye remodelling Mrs. died in 1929, and in Mr. Mendenhai! re- jnsrried 10 Nua Jornscn. She es binhdey ai :'r-e open houst. First children ni'mber Godfrtrr 'Vir- Hour.es. Mrs. 'Georgia Provo. Uiah: Jaci; -T: Taiwan; f Bird VasOrman, LethbridEe: M-s John 'Raei KvariiOii. Taf.it.'r: ai mond: a'. For. Lonn a- and Mrs. ai Rsv- rcnrd bj'ancy IT. arid a son Gihh was ailed :r. Second V-'ccid t. and lor 20 years he has Taylor Si ake patriarch, to '.ne served under four bishops tr rd cleri: over a period of MR. MtMiEMI U.I. During ihe penoa lo- >r cnl received and Frier.-i: K'2 m.3de Ho arrests, and laid brovr1-1.. Criminal Code and 30 ii- qLor an charges. Members of the commission John present a: the regular sessior. i_- included Chairman J. R. Jack- On Ser-i. n? son. John Olyslaeer. Mrs. Hannah "Giro and ;hev Gowireau. and the :nM iirs: house oc- RCMP Detail XCO Cpl. Mor- gar. Larson. DcVe Gi'rn .v "Jre fo the- LD> ch-c of his nfn: m in !95S hur, rtxim con L' to "2r More district 011 page 30 ater turn-on PINCHZR CREEK 'HNS TDWT. recently biding of water and Co-jncil agreed with the idea The pr pf a n-et amount for -o Er.d ?ewe: and addag a dis-: rather thsn offerinj i i'- -f.ef ETC to ctise of of rases >sfr. The secretary :-fi to prepare a MILK and CREAIH! 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