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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1946 Wonderful Waterloo -s- -i- MANY VISITORS ENJOYING NATIONAL PARK Butte, Montana, were recent park WATERTON LAKES NATIONAL PARK Newly arrived from England. Mrs. Ray Carnell and small son joined Mr. Camell here on Sunday, arriving at Waterloo's loveliest of the year. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver of Cardston were holiday visitors at Stroll-Inn cottage. Mrs. Ericfc Henderson of Leth- with her two children, re- visited her parents. Mr. and brid Carnell is thrilled with the beauty of her icauntain home. On Friday afternoon, Mrs. H. Presley, her mother-in-law, will entertain at a garden, tea at which all the ladies.--- -r of the park are invited to attend, visitors this week, to become acquainted with another While in Raymond they will oe the of the park's eharredng war brides, guesis of Mr. ana Mrs. Jack Pitt- e, jaway. Jr. Mrs. Oliver Gable, here. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Putaway and small children are Lethbridge Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Kennedy and party of Lethbridge irere holiday guests st Pleasant View cottage. Mr. and Mrs. D. Clemis of Leth- bridge were week-ead guests in the park. Mrs. G. E. Bailey has returned home after several cays spent as Nanton. Mr. and Mrs. B. Thompson of H. J- McKenzie is in Lethbridge for several days where he is taking treatment for an eve injury. Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Crecland. Misses Doris and Alice Zorn were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Zorn over the 24th. Mr. and Mrs. J. Giddie were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alf Darby at Raley on Sunday. B.C. FARM INSTITUTE MEETING URGES DRIVE AGAINST DEER CRANBRCOS. B.C. Hon. Frank Putnam, minister of agriculture. J. B. Munro, deputy mirusrer. Major Johnson, newly ap- pointed provincial supervisor of Farmers' "institutes, and William McGUiivray, provincial director of agricultural development- and ex- tension, were special guests at the annual meeting of institutes of tnc; one. East Kootenay, Monday whea all but two institutes were reDresented. Chairman was Frank Dickea of Fernie, with A. B. Smith of Cranbrook. f ecretary. Leading resolution dealt with deer and elk in Eas' Kootenay destroy- To Crown Queen At Carmangay (HNS) thing is in readiness for the Lions Carnival which opens on Friday, June 7. and concludes Saturday night with the crowning of the Carnival Queen. Three popular ing field crops, and was endorsed. Famous Flier On Waterton Park Staff W.C. FOSS BOOL'iOA, WATERTOX LAKES NATIONAL. to the park, and an employee of the De- partment of Mines and Resources is former Wiug-Commander Foss DISTRICT NEWS PAGE HYE KCCOGNIZE 5i TEAKS 4 SUNDAY SCHOOL. WORK V ,T S. Anderson, old-timer here FAREWELL. PARTY s President, B. f. Souch; vice-presi- i 4. honored with a party number dent. Rev. V. Hall; treasurer. Miss I4. Tuesday evening. Mr. An- Busy Southern Alberta Business Directory For Quick, EfBcimt Service get in touch with: of ladies met at the home of Mrs. Bersaik to hid farewell 10 Mrs. S. MacDonald. who is leaving the Win- Vera Bison; secretary. Rev. ilantr. S. j derson. who has taught Sun- The annual canvass for: 4. day school for 59 years, was funds -Kill be held on 17. presented with the book, ralred district. Mrs. Hanson pre- NEW RAYMOND DOCTOR -Behold Your which scnted ihe guest of honor a RAYMOND tHNS> Dr. and; was reviewed by Mrs. Amy gift. Mrs. F. D. McPhersoa have taken J Allen. ADDRESS CO-OP SLEET j up residence in Ravsiond u-hen GRANUM Norman McPherson will be associated witih j Priestly and Mr. Riiey cf Calgary1 Harris Walker. j were the guest speakers at a fairly j TO CONTINUE STUDIES attended meeting of the share- j ACCOUNTANTS H. W. MEECH AGENCIES Acadia Block, 3rd Avenue South. Income Tax Phone 3043. MOTORS, ELECTRIC AIR CONDITIONING FREEL SHEET METAL McClary furnace and modem air- conditioning. See'our floor display 1329 Fully equipped shop, expert man. for the repair of fractional and three phase motors. Electric IM. Fboce 3637. 254 Misses Sheet Metal and Roofing Contracts. MIMEOGRAPHING___________ ALL WORK CAREFULLY DONE S. Brc-x-n, care Brown's Molcal Supplies, City. JffU CAS MTTTXG FRED Repairs a spedaiKy. S. Phone 2T-S. 1.331 DECORATING BRCCHET Paiatinz. Paoer- carpng. 329-ilth Si a Phone 3708, 254 It proposed a' concerted drive to! of Coleniaa. who is shoot, and dispose of deer and elk." the number to be determined by the game commission, and that the meat from the drive not required now town and fish warden. Foss Bouliou weni overseas in March. 1942. became an ace pilot and winner of the D.F.C.. and was locally be properly processed and shos down and taken prisoner pi made available for shipment to Eu- rope and other famine stricken countries. Support was by the meeting to a Grassinere-Roosville Institute resolution that Sast Kootenay range be closed for three months to con- tinue the "campaign to eliminate useless range" horses from destroy- ing rangeland valuable to beef cattle growing. Warble Fly Control Compulsory warble fir control through B.C. was advocated by the meeting on the basis of the suc- cess of voluntary district control this year in East Kootenay. This was ia resolution form- Dealing further with beef prob- lems, endoreation was given a Jaf- fray Institute resolution to amend the bull control area act. narrow- "W.A. oi ihe United Church. "Vivian Cower by the West Ladies' Club ana Jov Stettner by the East Pris- cilla Club. A mantel radio will be given away each night during the jitney dance to a lucky ticket Enchant and Lomond Split Ball Games ENCHANT. (HNS) The opening games of the Dry Belt league were played at Enchant on Sundav afternoon between Lomond and Enchant. Lomond won the first game 6-4. Reynolds pitching this game allowed seven hits to the onposition, while ihe locals got to Miraixda for eight hits but a couple of costly errors lost the game. In the second game Enchant won by an 18-13 score. This a heaw hitting game with. Wiest on the 'mound for Enchant being touched for 17 bmgles while his team mates got 20 hits off J. Cho- locb. and G. Sealock. the Lomond pitcaers. Enchant journeys to Bow Cm- on Sunday, June 9, for the next league games. -Warner High School Organizes Ball Club (HNS) Tns War- ner iiiga school has recently orga- nized 2. baseball team with officers as follows: President, vice-president. Brian Currie; sec- retary-treasurer. Jerry Meisser. Jer- ry is also field captain, Tom Snowcon as coach. They hope to have their complete uniforms short- ly, having receivec their red sox and sweaters so far. They are un- decided as to their name as vet. war ia Germany on May 13, 1943. Upon his release on May 17. 1944. Wing Commander Bculton returned to England, where he was recuper- ating at tne tune of D-Day. He in the fust. 3-1 bomb raid. Repatriated in June. 1944, he ar- rived aboard the Queen Mary, dock- ing at Neiv York, and after a period of hospitaiization he toured Canada in. aid of the Victory Luan. later losrn on Sunday, while back in the Literary Club met at the home of hills a few miles not a drop of rain 1 Sirs. Elizabeth Allen. Each member j brought as a guest her mother. 35 I NOW OUT OF SERVICE were present. Mrs. Amy J. Allen i GRASSY i gave the review of the book. "Be- __ Begalh. who recently received his hold Your King." after -amch the j discharge, has been visiting at the mothers were honored. Prizes went I home of his sister. Mrs. Juslica j jq Mrs. Anna WooUey and Mrs. j W1M JVl Grass. the most curious theft on the KEPLER AVIATION CHARTER sightssein? trips. Fly- 5 School, PSper Cub Sales. Ser- ce. Phor.e 3330 or 4338. Kenyon 1417 COAST VISITOR Christine Palmer :or the mothers who had cared for the largest fami- CUas. j lies, to ?Irs. Maria ScovUle. ihe o'.d- JJubur lets Monday for Vancouver j est mother, to Mrs. Anne Fairbanks, where she will visit with her daugh- having lived in Canada the longest, ter. j and to Mrs. Lottie Graham, the HOSPITAL PATIENT youngest grandmother. Mrs. AUen i CHAMPION Mrs. G. was assisted by Mrs. Irene Redd. j Unjuhart, who is in the hospital RECEIVES PiUZE in Canaangay. is doing well and N. Emard. will remain there for another ten agent for the Searie Grain Co. was Shows Increase CRANBROOX. T.1e city-owned and administered tour- r" j j of EEACTY PAELORS CALL BSAoTY PARLOR for your Next Hair Do. All work guaranteed. ARCHER Interior and Exterior Decorator, Modem Phone WELLINGTON BROS, "Tlie Decor- ators." Ess. 1S07. ?or estSasases SJhone 2472. Res. 611-lOth St. S. 1353 PIANO TUNING GEBARD HOEK5TRA Phone 3355. 1505-4tli Are. X. 196Z Phone 3352. 607! RADIO REPAIRS BARRETTS te da-vs da vs. CONVENTION DELEGATES Latiff and Mrs. P. Daw-son left Champion Monday for Edmonton where they will attead the Order of the East- em Siar Grand Chapter meeting. WOMEN'S GROUP MEETS awarded a prize recently for having opening and been doing a good one of the best kepi elevators DC- business. AH 14 douole buns-aiows longing to the organization. i were occupied several nights, it i GROUTH RAPID i remain open well into Sepiem- reins "De'r at least. VOGUE BEAUTY SHOP j 408-13th Street North. The Latest in Eair EXPERT RADIO APPLIANCE Phone 22S7. 824 RHPAIRS- ALL PARTS AND WORKMANSHIP GCARANTS3D i CLARKS 3LK. PKONS 4554. BABY BUGGY REPAIRS of the past week were tiraeiv. brmg j mg the month of May moisture to 1.62. Growtn of tae grams and grass S. R. Horwood. R.CA.F veteran in toda lor alor-g per- and a .ornr rdent of tne BABY BUGGY wheels reared, re-j paired and trued. Sevice while you ait. BERT i MAC'S 315-7th St. S. Phone 3232. 381 1S2S BICYCLE REPAIRS MEDICINE