Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 23, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
y, Jonunry 23, 1973 THE LETHBSIDGE HE5AID POT-LUCK Our last Chicook nientipQed aie Braoshaw oi Calrtwtll, near Mountain as being a good man when fc comes 10 sheep. a good msn when ft tomes to boys. too. because I a good part of my boy- hood summers on his place profited more than 1 cc-ild say from his teaching. Evans, always earl> riser Mid firm believer ir organised Varied early and had a reasonable quirting time 1 can hear him now 'He an. r'mon Dean, time to cor IIP. C'mon Carlyle. c'mcc K s time.'1 In ibre men! PC he len ume Jo; a dip in ihe Kelly rememlxr I OTK.T rtxie 2 through a tail catt? wliicb a child's hanging dnwTi ibe mJddJe. The sliniip got rnupht ar.d was torn off, Evans vktis always patienl ivith boys flixl me. too. Gosh, the fun had ir. :he hayloft. kiwu-Ung the bsrii ni'jd I'm deeply p-at eful Mr the wncerful limes I speni ilwre. fiying in the hicmiig expetiitione: popbevs and chicken and odd sheep b-ecame tflrpocs: horse ride triple over ire aro-md Sx> and Lhe bridge to Church Ranch. K-vans has served OTI the irri- pnlion. telephone and st-hcol road comnuUee and lielped organize and served a5 e director erf Un? Sheep Men's Five fool, eight irche? lall and 105 pounds he had no trouble Ix'lding dovm big calves for branding but used to pick his bead ovi- of the barr, STK! lell uf to slOAv dorni u'hen the bale? pot boosted a bit toe thick and fast. A great sense of humor al- apparent, he to er the phono, knowing fiill ii could find itj way into the paper. at Magrath. Sep-t. 14. he was 'a toddler" wheo family moved to the Rose- date farm south of the Garden Chy. Darned for ihe wiJd roses proving there. nith IAS brother 1-0-0 years older, spent maoy happy hours phiymg and expror- ir.g the farmlands horse- beck riding double. He rode horseback to school IH Magraih. as own boys destined 10 ride to school from Caldveli tc Moun- Uiin Vif-is-. He took a winter CO'JTFP at rhe Ap-iaiitin-al Sdnw! Ray- none. During 1919-20. fix1 family ex- great fuisnoial loss. Tiieir prentcsi the der.th of i.Vir mo'Jier Maroh 27. MjiP. a vkfjm of the flu ir t> .ins was H-. He rnvl to work Jt at ace-. VJ ri.ide responsible to sei up firai i .ire for G si wop eanrp. They I tiled slwep from Ra-odale cc most Ireki- la king 10 to 12 days. Ev.ins hiirri arid piir- three of land from his father a; C-aJd- He dismantled log cabin father dt Be.izer and reassembled 3( ifl the River RICKARD July 28, 1931. he married Al- berta Handerson. a disiricc tthool teacher afid e of Mountain View, The shingle- sideri log csbin scn-ed as a borne for the couple and their children- Rirhard Carlyle, Al- bert Dean. Lee and Janet. It was a mishtv pull trying to get up that hilL In 1951 ftey nroved into a big modern house on top of the hill, ic full view of Chiei Mountain. corn seminar this iveek A field tfbrn seminar will be held at three Southern Alberta ceitres month to explain the pro and cons of growing grain corn. Slated for Medicine Hat in the Provincial Building Wednes- day at Bow in the Elks Hall. Tnursday and in the Taber and District Recreation Centre toe seminar will feature talks by experts from boti gov- ernment research branches and industry. Ralph Trimmer, chairman oi the sponsoring Alberta Committee, heads the list of speakers. Slan Freyman. crop physiologist lor the Lethbridge Research, Sialion and Margin Gaits, regional economist for the Alberta department of agri- culture wiil be featured during the morning session. John A. Stewart, president ol Alex M. Stewart and Son Ltd., a corn seed company in Ontar- io and Jack Sexmith ar.d Dr. Jim Bole, crop weeds and plant nutrition experts respectively from the Letbbrit'.je Hesearch Station will disciiss management practices. For the Taber meeting only, there will be a banquet and dar.ce in the Taber and Dis- trict Recreation Centre. Ban- quet speaker will be Dr. Geo- rge Jones of the Alex M. Stew- ari and Son Lid. company. Mr. Trimmer said about 3W growers and potential growers are expected to attend the three similars. It is liowd persons from the Bow Islend and Medicine Hat seminars will al- iened the banquet and daoce since displays from fertilizer, chemical: seed, machine and o'Jier aeribacirietB fijTns wLD All New For 1973 A Price As Many Olher Feature? Are Standard Here Brand new fioor plans ond nodels up to 950 sq. ft. ef living area Exquisitely finished for your comfort. plan wih eefltre living room reverse isle. We con rrow give immediate delivery on Double Size from 950 jq. ft. to over USD sq. ft. N.RA. oppi'ovtd, basement model available. Up to 25 year financing, maximum Low, low down payment, low monthly payments On the spot financing can be arranged to meet your reuirements. We take trades (cars, homes) almost anything Bonus One month's free rent on stock units, till January 31, 1973. WATCH FOR OUR COMING SOON WATCH FOR IT Drop your name in the free drow barrel for great door prizes given oway at our grand show- COME !N TODAY AND SEE OUR SELECTION OF 1973 HOMES. 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