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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 42 WI UTHMIDCE HERALD Wednesday, June 6, 1973 Red Cross backed at Coidey COWLEY (HNS) The Cow- ley-Lundbreck Red Cross fund- raising drive is over the top with raised Maiy A. Elton, campaign chairman, thanked canvassers Mrs. Paul Block of Burmis; Mrs. Laura Crayford, Mrs. Wil- lard Dwyer, Mrs. Robert Lee and Mrs. Alice Evans, all of Lundbreck; and Mrs. Audrey BougeroUe, Mrs. Joseph Hu- bert, Mrs. C. A. Weekes, Mrs. Susan Hewitt, Mrs. Henry Bougerolle and August Dumont of Cowley. NEWS Conservation Tom Molyneux of Coal- dale, Grade 11 student at Kate Andrews High, will lake part in the Canadian government "conservation corps" ihis summer at Jas- per National Park. He will learn about wildlife, biol- ogy, first aid, fish and game regulations, use of forestry equipment, wator safety and national parks management. Ha will work at tree planting, dock re- pairs and csther jobs in the park. Mrs. Qually remembered by lodge CLARESHOLM At the last meeting of Foot- hill Rebekah Lodge, No. 105, the charter was draped in memory of Mrs. Jessie Qually, a long-time member who recently died. 4-H achievement day June 11 PINCHER CREEK (Special) Three clubs will again par- ticipate in the 4-H beef clubs achievement day for Mon- day, June 11, at 2 p.m. in the Memorial Community Centre arena. Clubs competing will be from Glenwood, Cowley and Pincher Creek. The Community Auction Sales will conduct the sale of the calves at 7 p.m. at the arena after the achievement day judg- ing. Leo Bobbins announced that the Glenwood Club would show its calves first, followed by Just fantastic, the low price for these new print fashions! 99 just nothing like a gay print to put a spring back into your step, to liven up your wardrobe. And here's a great new collection fresh off fashion's mint that can dc it for youl Au courant styles for all-season wear in the easy-care fabrics you machine-washable polyester or triacetate knits. Shown are only three from the group. At 14.99 each, they're fantastic valuef Assorted prints and Junior sizes 7 to 1% Missy sizes 10 to 18. Half sizes to 24t. Can. T.M. Ladies' Dresses, STORE HOURS: Open daily from 9.30 a.m. to p.m. Thurs. and Fri. a.m. to p.m. Centre Village Mall. Telephone 328-9231 Timber Trails and Foothills (Pincher A work day will be held Sun- day, June 10, at 1 p.m. in order to prepare the arena for the following day. Trip east Penny Russell of Coal- dale, a Grade 10 student ot Kate Andrews High, won a seven-day trip to Ottawa, Montreal and Kingston in the EduCanada program. It is sponsored by the federal government and the Carlton board of education. She will go east in July. Young people from across Canada will take part. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Russell of leth bridge. 50th anniversary Mr. and Mrs. James Shimbashi of Barnwell recently marked their 50th wedding anniversary. About 200 friends and relatives gathered. Mr. Shimbashi came to this country in 1906. He served overseas with the Can- adian Army in the First World War, returned to work as a chef with the Duke of Windsor's ranch and then, in 1923, married Miss Teru Nishida in Japan. In 1926 they began farming at Welling, moving to Barnwell in 1942. Through the years the farm has gradually expanded and is now operated by Ed and Pat Shimbashi and Norman Ikebuchi. All eight children and familes were present, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Shimbashi; Mr. and Mrs. Norman Ike- buchi; Dr. and Mrs. J. Takahashi; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Shimbashi; Dr. and Mrs. Henry Shimbashi; Mr. ond Mrs. William Shimbashi; Mr. and Mrs. Pat Shimbashi; and Mr. and Mrs. Shiro Koyanagi. All 28 grandchildren were present. This Saturday In Weekend Magazine V Tell Them Veulove Them Soil and plant researchers are beginning to take notice of a remarkable experience at Findhorn Bay, Scotland, in growing vegetables with poor soil but lots of love. In Weekend Magazine this Saturday, Michael Cowley talks to Dorothy Maclean, of Guelph, Ontario, one of the key people at the Findhorn Foundation, who says that by talking to your plants in a loving way you can really make your garden grow. The "Backyard Noah" After three years' work, Roy Brown of Scarborough, Ontario, is well on his way to completing, virtually single-handed, a boat big enough to take two of just about everything you can think of. What You Give And Why Susan Carson locks at where philan- thropic dollars come from, and how fund raisers get you to give. High Adventure Glenys Parry and Paula Skippon, two Ottawa girls, describe what it was like climbing in the Himalayas. Brown-John And The Bell Michael Enright's story of Lloyd Brown- John, of Windsor, Ontario, who has had a running battle with Bell Canada because they got his name wrong and dug up his lawn. In Weekend Magazine this Saturday. Lazy-Day Desserts Margo Oliver tells about desserts that easy to make and good to the last crumb. The Utlibridgc Herald ;