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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JUNE On June and 22 WATERTON PREPARES FOR LIONS PARLEY i WATERTON (HNS) Montana and Alberta Lions are[ looking forward to wiiat promises i to be an outstanding convention in: Waterton Park, June 20. 21 and 22. j over eight hundred delegates are expected to register. j cabin and collage accoin- aodaticns are already heavily book- ed, wSih requests for lodgings arriv- ing daily. Registration begins on 'Wednes- continuing Thursday morn- ing; on Wednesday evening an asoateur play will be presented. The j coEveaiioji ooens Thursday after-1 noon at 3 o'clock, preceded by a breakfast for all key men of the j organization Thursday aaornirsg. In: ibe evening the Believue Song and; Dance Revue with 30 entertainers will be followed by a "Mixer Dance." On Fridaj: morning presidents and j secretaries of clubs represented will breakfast at the Prince of Wales j hotel, and in tbe af lemooa the! Lions' ladies will enjoy a launch j trip 10 the head of the lakes, fol- j lowed fay afternoon iea in the lobby of the Prince of Wales j Convention sessions will continue a3! day and at in the evening a buffet luncheon for 800 guests will be served in the dance pavilion, fol- lowed by the Governor's Ball. Final Sessions The final session of the conven- tion comprises the election of gov- ernors on Saturday morning, with the governors' banquet and stunt luncheon at noon. Saturday afternoon a baseball tournament will take place on the ball diamond: a meeting of new governors and t past, governors will be held, ana at i pjn. a family dinner for gov- j e.vVcrncr-. I zone chairmen and host club presi- dents will take place in the Prince j of Wales hoteL A public dance on Walk Out at Cardston At the School Field day at Vauxhall on Friday. May 31st. the whole En- NEW LAWNS All necessary material on hand; j fully modem equipment; also lawn! mowers ard clippers sharpenea. A. Bachman, Lawn Contractor. Phons i 2110. 1632 i "The Most Modem and. Best Snap- ped Shoe in the South." J. A. JAKDINE'S TIRE SCPPLT. 1 402-lst Avenue South. Phone 3580. 1657 ROOFING CHARLTON TTTTT. 1223 i 204-9th St. S. Phone C599 16S7 BUILDING. Construction Plans and ROOFING. Siding and Insulation. i Sunervision. chant school attendee, and made a I r2_l G. E. Lambert. Phone i 323; Reg. Jones and'Res Cuce. Phone 4550 13S3 won a special award as first in siiow- fine showing. Pearl Dublar.d re- manship with, another giri. Marion tained the cup for the giris' grand _ Grier taking third place in shove- j aggregate. Norman Howg tied i fj manship. with Jim. McNab and Hay three other schools for the boys'! SERVICE Cleaning, call Phone REPAIRS culture exhibited 22 fine calves of j Trowbndge taking second and-grand aggregate. The high school Angus, Hereford asd Shorthorn breeds. T. Eaton Co. of Lethbridge. whose buyers A. E. Venables and M. Mc- Elguira were present, bid top price of the sale, 25 cents per pound. Few buyers were present and. accounted' for the disappointing price for such good, well fed animals. Maxiae Penin came second with her 750-pound Angus which realized 21 cents arid was knocked down to Geae Chiviio a local buyer. fourth places respectively. Prize of S10 awarded by Roy Le- Pard for the best conditioned calf _ was won by Jim McNab. Other i prizes to be awarded were donated by the Avondale Shorthorn club, tiie Aberdeen Angus association and the Hereford Breeders association. Mr. ilouser. a director of the Aron- dale club, was present. James Hartlev. M.UA.. at the boys' and girls' Softball team won the cup for this evens and in an exhibition game with the Vauxhail school boys, the Enchant team won the baseball game by a 14-7 score. MINISTER TRANSFERRED CRANBROOE. Rev. B. S. S. Hartley minister of the United Church at Invsmsere. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS ALL TYPES of electrical work and repairs bv careful workmen. McSen- rie Electric Ltd. Phone 3637. 1427 PEAKE PINK Electrical contracting and refrigera- tor work. Phone 3923. 514-7th Ave. South. 118 board supper made the suggestion that each calf club member be mace The third place calf, also a black j an honorary member of the trade board for one year and his sugges- tion was confirmed by motion. j for the past two years, has accepted a call to the United Church at Greenwood and is leaving soon for of 990 pounds, was purchased by Swift's Canadian. It was fed by Jimmy McNsb. The black steer of Harvey Perrin in fourth, place on j forced Landing' of the honor list brought 17 cents, bid' _ _. (Banded Pigeon SEBER ELECTRIC, 710-6th St. S. Electrical Contractors. Radios and Appliances repaired. Phone 4574. 1696 FARM LIGHTING there. Mrs. Hartley is accompany- ing him. Prior to coming to the valley he served the congregation at Kittkcaat, B.C. by Swift's. Lorraine Dersch took Sfth. honors ___________ with her SlO-pound Hereford and! A honur.g! :hased by Swift's at 17 cr carrier grey pigeon arrived at the farm of Vasife Asuchak. one mile south of Macleod, some 10 days It was injured In the right Coleman Minister Goes To Minnesota Alban's rhurch congregation gathered at a farewell dinner given their minister. Rev. W. E. Brown, on Friday eve- ning. Rev. and Mrs. Brown left i Monday. June 3, for Pipestor.e, j Minnesota. i Rev. Brown was presented with a I purse by Frank Graham on behalf of the congregation, while Mrs. i Brown WBS presented with a corssge and a beautiful picture of Crow's Nest Mountain. Robert Kingyons. 24. of Boulter. Ont.. and the team of horses he was driving were drowned in the York river near there when one of the horses bolted into deep water while crossing on a shoal. J. A. JARDINE'S TIRE SUPPLY 402 FIRST AVENUE SOUTH LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA PHONE 3580 We Carry a Fall Line of Tractor Tires Complete Tire Service Ritchie Paterson Company CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS AUDITORS P.O. BOX 940. TELEPHONE 2619 5 and 6 ACADIA BLDG. 612 THIRD AVE. S. OPEN Our new boiler and welding shop is now open and we are accepting orders for BOILER REPAIRING PRESSURE AND GENERAL WELDING We have portable equipment for all work. It Is our Intention to manufac- ture low pressure heating boilers when steel and equipment, are available. Liberty Welding Boiler Works 1402-2nd Ave. S. Phone 3921 B. L. A. Johnston it was purchased, by cents per oound. List Sales The following, ia the order shown, are the other sales made: Sixth. ieg tne feathers had been torn Albert. Zoeteman with 810-pound steer, purchased at 17 cents by i Swift's: seventh, 880-pound of j Francis Doyle at 17 cents by Eaton's: eighth, 660-pound heifer j of John Yanco