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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 1946 Honor Retiring Vulcan Teacher hundred and fifty parents and friends of Miss Lucy G.-Fair, gath- ered for a social evening in the IOO.P. hall Friday to tender her a farewell on her retirement after 30 years as primary teacher In the Vulcan school. The first half hour spent in scanning copies of attendance rolls for the past thirty years, accompanying class pictures. displaved on the walls of the halL "School" TV as then called, with Mrs. Husseil Collier as Calling the "class" to order, she required that they march by cou- ples around the room. Considerable amusement was caused by the an- tics of business men, nierenants, professional people, and plain home-makers, for the moment forgo; status in the community and seated POT HOLE COULEE DAM It iras ideal day for a drive recently so a group decided to Gulp's Bocfcs. What a change of scene from many an Easter hike! The giant rocks still looked down In disdain. Saeer cliffs still cause oae to stop short in sudden The suraHcTss stUl fly to their clinging homes of mud. nod on the grassy slopes. Here nature once held siaray but nour the hand of man is seen OH every sme. Giant machinery Is every -a TSie roar of a powerful tracSB' pierces the quiet peace as it transfers sup- through the valley.. The newly constructed road on wnich it moves passes che famed rock house built in early 1900 by homesteader Wil- liamson. Mere shambles remain that sturdy dwelling. Soon lapping j mjatial waters belie its very exateace. home of DISTRICT NEWS PAGE FIVE Busy Southern Alberta Radio Chat TENDERED SHOWER NEW A pre- held the ___ L. B. Carnine, when It -was Sunday. Ail is peaceful j she entertained in_ honor of Miss and Bu: day ol work would i week, sMrs. Jerry Woodruff aad the un-1 York, Honda, California, Monana usual thrill of having a racio visit- and other neignoonng parts. Toe, -a-uk sister, Mrs. Floss Davis, highway from Pincher to Waterton; of Spokane. A local Stan is ia reasonable repair and i Read, proud owner of a SOO-iaan crews are still busy patching ana f transmitter, had been in. touch Business Directory For Quick, Efficient Service get in touch with: ACCOUNTANTS begin, Ruth CTonkhite. Cui flowers ere repairing. A stanc througnou: of Uie Pincher Creek ilore j emoveo. L> keeping IDS gover A standing committee; another la Spokaae. So one I n O MOTORS. ELECTRIC Fully equipped sbsp. ezperi wsric- roan, for the repair of fractional H. W. MJEECH AGENCIES Acadia BIocS. 3rd Arer-ne South. j and ibree phase motors. Income Tax Consultants. afcKenxfe Electric LtC 38JT. Phone 294 Trade evening Mrs. Woodruff keeping toe government remind- [Reads little station winner i ed of the need of a new highway successful in reaching ,.__! .rt I I "aHn A4 and tG j he AIR CONDITIONING cuts to be made. More dirt to be i Mrs. Roy Drake the moved. More lines to be laid. More Cronkhite was assured in j frcra Pincher to Watenon. tests to be proved. Ever aiio onSjjppujjjg ker gifts bv Mrs. Grant ATTACKED BY BLUL man's mind holds swaj. Pot, Hole'. carrucJ. was served. Mrs i FREEL. SHEET METAL MIMEOGRAPHING I "ham1 i the telepJ-one. s a long talk. Woooruif; The sisters then See our floor diqgg j Supplies, City. 1671 Coulee cam is oa its war. COCK IS DEAD! j i_ B. Duncan assisted the nostess I in serving (HONOR WAR BRIDES FITTING station. Mrs. day last i the robin again in her hands, she weeka fa7 robin fell from a .big stood In front of the children and. -kids" again. After tile -pupils" were roll was called from the school registers of ihe last 30 years. As each year's enrolment was com- pleted. Mrs. E. Armey read mes- sages from ex-stuCents for that uco had sent their congratu- lations in wires and letters from Calgarv, Edmonton, St. Paul. Minn.. Hope. BC.. Turner Valley and many other points. The first of these messages receded was from Dr. Ralph Scnragg. who a on the staff o' the Oliver mental hospital and who was a pupil of Miss Pair's in 1916. Guv Denbigh, as chairman, ex- pressed the regret of all in losing so valued a citizen and called on Mrs G. C Collier, for a short ad- dress on behalf of the townspeople. Mrs. Collier made a presentation, to Miss Pair and outlined her pro- eress through the years since 1916. She commented on Miss Fair's knowledge of the minds of voung children and said that the friend- ships Miss Fair had made here were lasting and real, that her as- sociation the church, as sec- retarv for a number of years to the W.MJ5.; as Past Noble Grand in the Clover Leaf Rebekah Lodge and Past Worthy Matron in the Order j of the Eastern Star had endeared j her to manv. Miss Fair very suit- j ably replied and thanked her friends. Mr. Smco. president of the Vulcan schools, paid tribute to the part Miss Fair had played in. moulc- mg the lives of the younger genera- tions Miss E. Cameron, on behalf of the teaching staff, made a presen- tation and expressed tne regret of them all m the retirement of Miss Fair. Mrs. W. J. Robson, an old iriend and former associate on the teaching staff also spoke. Robert Spooner. Calgary, W.QO was one of the 1916 class presented his former teacher with a beautiful bououet. Mayor Allen recalled that he had known Miss Fair ever since she came to Vulcan ana complimented her on her accomplishments and expressed regret that she had chos- en to retire to Calgary rather than make her home here. spruce and lay perfectly still where it. landed. Several small children, under school age, were playing nearby. One farava little girl about four vears old. started to examine the bird. First she spread its opened its eves, and felt the body; but could find no sign of life. She held the bird in her little hands, and kept repeating in a sorrowful voice: robin, poor robin." Then putting the bird down ten- derly, she summoned her comrades to a" nearbv vacant lot. Here, with her mother's coal shovel, they worked in turn, and finally man- aged to dig a little hole at, least a foot deep. Now thev returned to where the dead bird "lay. The little girl in charge lined up her ulaymates in single file. Then solemnly taking- low sorrowful tones, gave them last-minute instructions. Now. hold- ing the bird straignt out front of her. she started to lead the sad procession towards the vacant lot. The children walked skraly, with knees stiff, and heads boned. Their little faces were so sad and wist- ful! When they reached the grave the little four-year-old carefully placed the body in a certain position. Now they all formed a circle aud re- peated certain words. What the exact words were is a secret for them alone. The next proceedure was to carefully cover the bird's body with paper to keep the dirt at a respectful distance. Then they very, very qusetly filled in the dirt. SULK EUert'Sihis bam. He was rusheo to the was the Pedersen. who has been supervising seeding operations on nss farm, left Wednesdav for has home at Chllli- B.C. He was accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Bill Emery who exrseci. to locate to BC.. and Ken- neth McCoy, who will spend the summer at the Pedersen home. RE-SEEDED BEETS SHOWING carnival m Portland. Hail Beats Down KEPLER AVIATION CHART3R sightseeing trips. Fly- ARCHER TAKE IN STOCK VAUXHALL A large BEAUTY PARLORS CALL the {pU OQ of, taMii" m suca' iSk I Thursday. May 30. The hill wsich TV.O s came in oa a driving northwest I Interior and Exterior Decorator. Modem __________Phoae ing ScfeooL Cub Sates. Ser- i WELLINGTON BROS, rTce i vice Phone 4338 or 3380. Kenyan J atois." Est. 1907. For i Field. 1417 i shone C4T2. Res. St. a PIANO TCN1XG Ground-up of oSy horses on the j came in on a driving the; sale if not claimed. w IJO SIDEWALKS wind, accompanied by pounding ram, was quite large, but soft. Grain ia the paih of the stona. IIJX.CR did i not extend much east of the tovin. j wasf lattened out. but not much f BEAUTY PARLOR for your Next Hair Do. j All Tork guaranteed. Phore 3852. 60? GERARD HOEKSTKA Phone 3355. 1305-4ta Are. X. ______isea RADIO REPAIRS______________ BARRETTS Fanners i Uoss club he) have been busy in the district re-1 -The local. r meeting il trees to some And thus their little f nend came i seeding the beets killed by the late! to his last resting place. Little Squeak He only ever truly lives Who of himself to others gives. Mother Nature. WEDDING DANCE was an exceptionally large attendance a; the wedding dance held on Fn- dav evening. May 31, in honor of Mr. and Mrs Tage Birck. The guess of honor were presented with a oeautiful chair, as u ell as a purse of money, by their many friends. NON-STOP Lethbridge to CRANBROOK OR KIMBERLEY In 65 Minutes TRAIL In HO Minutes Enquire for time and to other points Immediate Reservations Cessna Twin-engine Planes Kepler Aviation Ltd. KENTON FIELD Phone 4338 Night 2410 Little Squeak was peeping out at the Great World. He didn't see teeny, weeny was only a teenj weeny bit of a teeny weeny bit of the Great World that those bright wonder-iilled of his saw. a little brown earth between stems of grass and way up above a wee bit of sky. He was peep- squeaky voice. "There are many things you must learn if you would live to grow up" "I'm not said Little SQueak. -Then that is the very first you must squeaker his mothsr. Onlv those Mice who are at all tunes afraid when thev are outside their homes live long "enough to grow up. Only those who are afraid remember to be watching for danger at all times. No other little people nave so many big peoole looking for them as we Mice." She saiq this with what sounded like pride. "What are they 'coking for us for'" asked !_ttle Squeak, -Ren- "To replied his mother. "That is what they are looking for us for So if vou don't want to be eaten, you must keep out of their ing out of a snug home, a nest of sight "You must be reacv to run fine grasses. It had been made in j and hide or to sit perfectly still. Vtrtllnttr a little hollow in. tae ground, oe- neath. a small mac of last, season's brown, dry grass. Iz was so well hidden that had you passed that way jou would not nave seen the ness at all. Little Squeak was peeping out into a little path. It led awav among those green tall grass stems just as the Crooked Little Path, we know leads off among the tall trees And because Little Squeak was so small the grasses were to him what the trees are to jou and me. Along that little path Nanny Meacow Mouse came hurrjjng home and Little Squeak drew back hurriedly into tnat nest a little uncertain" until his nose told him -arhp this was, mother. It was his first sight of her. TJnnl now he had known ner only by touch and the mother smell. He was eight Says old ard until this day his eyes had been closed light. When mother entered the nest there was a great squeaking, for Little Squeak had five brothers and sisters of bis own age and the eyes of all had opened for the first time on this day Ther were teiune mother how glad they were she had returned, for they were hungry. Now I suspect that to a baby 1 Mouse a is very much like a i month to you or sne in time and i growth. Born perfectlv helpless. with eyes and ears closed, and without, teeth or anv coats at all. those wee oabies EOW had teeth soft velvety coats and eyes and ears ocen and were only eight davs old. Being the first to fcave his eyes onen Little Squeak was the first, to peep out at the Great World and the first to venture out in it, going just a little wav along that en- ticing little path, scampering back to the safety of home at every, disturbing new sound When he j was twelve days old he no longer' had to denend on mother for food, but hunted for and found what he needed. It was not for nothing that; those sharp little teeth of his had grown so fast. Of course it was same way with his broth- ers and sisters. Of their father, Danny Meadow Mouse, the little Mice saw little He was away most of the tune. With such a but fanulv there wasn't room for him in the nest. While thev were tuiv and helpless, mother left tnem only long erough to run out. for a humfd bite to eat, but now that they were big enough to get food for themselves she lefs them oftener. going farth- er and staying longer. "The Great Worlcs Is full -of dangers and you will soon be going out in It to make homes for your- she told them in her whichever Ss best, at every strange sound or moving shadow. You must always keep your eyes and ears open to see or hear these hun- gry hunters before you are seen or heard bv them. Onlr the foolish Mouse is without fear and he is soon caughr. "But how may we know who anc frosts. Some of the fields which were not up at that time are show- ing now. as the moisture recently receiveo. has sprouted the seeds. Some fields are patchy. STUDENTS ENTERTAIN PINCHER. five hundred parents and guests were entertained on. Friday evening at the annual concert and dance of the Pincher Creek High scnool students. K. Brown, principal, act- ed as master of ceremonies and welcomed ths fneacs of the students. The president of the Students' Union, L. MacLean, also spoke on behalf of the union. Two one-act plays were presented. Stu- dents taking part :n these plays in- cluded Wm, Johnson, benore Mor- gan. L- Crawford. Watson. 3. Zeifiie. C. Shenton, H. Louey, K Sawada. R. Thomas. Wm Glass anu L. Williams. At intermission time a higa school chorus sang several selections and Miss N Hardsaw en- tertamea with a reading. Follow- ing Drogram dancing took up the faalance'of the evening, with supper served at micnight RETURN FROM EAST MILK and VOGUE BEAUTY SHOP i 408-13th Street North. I The latest in Hair Stylmc. s ESPEHT RADIO APPLIANCE Phone 324 REPAIRS, ALL PARTS AND WORKMANSHIP GXJAHANTSED. CLAKKE 3LK. PKONS ar-d KEPLER'S It was "also decided to build an-! Thursday adding other olock or cement sidewalk from, V, 5s are Main street to the nen- school. It need fceas. will oe under the direction of M. M. MemlL what do be afraid Squeak. asked Little "Just be afraid of everybody and evervthing until you learn who and to squeaked his what cot mother. (Copyright, 1946. by T. W. Burgess) The_ nest story: "Little Squeak Is on Eis Own." TRANSFER LICENSES CRANBROOK, B. Notification has been published of intention of application for transfer of beer licenses of two well known local hotels. Eanas Hogarth intends to apply to the liquor control board late in June for transfer of the beer license of the Cranbrook Hotel which is tow held by his mother, Mrs. N. D- j Hogarth. i Raymond C. Lynch, former lunch counter operator here, is anplying early in June for the beer license, which has been held for a consider- abel fame by Mrs. William Steward of the CosmopoLtan Hotel- Mrs. Martm Madge arrived home after a month's visit a; Hamilton. Ont. They were accompanied by their daughter, Helen, who will snend the summer here, snd Mr. Madge's cousin, Mr. EJfora. arid wife. They will visit relatives here before going on to Cheney, Wash., to visit, Mrs. Eiiorc's brotner. TOURIST TRAVEL CLIMBING PINCHER seems like almost forgotten times have returned to Pincher Creek as the tourist season opens acd many i visiting cars from across the border! are seen in town and passing', through town either way. Cars, from many states have been, seen, durmg the" past two weeks and are E. SUCCESSFUL, TEA ATTEND CONVENTION and Ned Davidson attended the Bishops" convention :n Cardston on Sundav, June 2. HAIL AT PINCHER PINCHER iECHANICS TIME SHEETS !n stock. Any quantity. JOS GENERAL REPAIRS LAWNMOWERS am SAWS encd. Bicicles and Pbonogranus Locxsmith and Gunsmitn. Cmon Repair Shop, I238-3rd Ate S -iOlO INSULATING AND ROOFING VACUUM CLEANER SERVICE Vacuum Cleaner Ail makes. McSenae Electric Ltd. Paone 3637. _______________________ 252 UPHOLSTERY________________ GRAHAM AND JELFS Chesterfield Upholstering and Repairing. gics to buiionass. old er new. 2x- perienced crews on the job the year j ______ iound 1 TRACTOR, TrucSE Car Tire Vul- Western Home Improvement j camzirg. Gaaranteed. Line belt 8 Stafford Block. Phone 2S53. j sphtinsr New and Used Tires. 181, NORTH LETHBRIDGE MOTORS AND AUTO WRECKERS HONOR BKIDE-TO-BE j A bnoal j sl'.o-Rer held on V.'ednesday evening at the Vjccn home hononns Donfia Archi- j bald, whose roarnage to Del Steed j of Cardston. on Jtsne 5 The bnde-to-be received many attractive grrs Mrs. Rpsanna Greene, a CGUSJI of the "once, was j in charge of an interescng program. j Phore 4263. 1873 Tire Hepairs and Vulcanizussc of Kinds. Bel; Splicing. "A Complete Tire J. A. J4RDINE-S TIRE SOPPLT Avenue South. Phone CflMPBEUlOAHSm- LIFE INSURED _ LOAN PLANS _ __ Short Stop Service Station Brake Service. -Ith St. Phone 4167. WATCH REPAIRS Expert Watch and Clock Repairs. MAC'S WATCH SHOP, Coaidale. 15T2 WELDING Phone 38S3 for Portable Welding. Prompt Semce, Guaranteed Work Richard's Welding. 323 4th St. S. 1251 SUITE J, OMrer Block SlC-SthSt.3. We change tbe steel rims of tract- i or wheels to rims suitable for rubber tires. WELDED PRODUCTS 210 1st Avenue. Paone 1590 ;