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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1946 Mark Anniversary Of Tatar Church 25th verserv of the founding of the Taber United Church was observec last Sundav marking the union ol the local Presbytenaa and Metho- ds bodies in 1921, four years be- fore the general union. Congrega- tions have been increased during the war years by the arrival of per- sonnel connected with new indus- trial developments in the district. Increasing revenues have enabled the church board to improve the appearance of both the church and sir. Mclntosh of the Taber schools teaching siaff is an excel- lent conductor and soloist. The re- sult is that the services have for some time included appealing musical programs presented by a good senior choir. The anniversary service was at- tained to the occasion- To a well rendered anthem and a solo by me conductor there was the address of Rev. John Sorochan. pastor, who recalled the work of his predeces- sors in the same pastorate, and the many who had given their lime and talents in other ways to the church. A new electric organ has just been installed, bought by con- tributions on the part of the con- gregation, and its music was a fea- ture of the service. Farewell Gathering For Granum Oidtuners of the most pleasing social affairs in Granum was held in the Community Hall. Fndav evening, when a large number of" old and new friends gathered to honor Mr. and Mrs. JF. EL Marsh who are making their home in Lethbridge after many vears of living in Granum and dis- trict. Mr. Marsh came here in 1902, and Mrs. Marsh (nee Miss ynima Sdwardh) came here in 1908. If the roads had not been so bad, the hall could not have accommo- dated the crowd. Cards were played for an hour or so, after which a bounteous lunch was served. At a table centred with cut flowers were seated the guests of honor and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Marsh. Mr. and Mrs. Axel Anderson of Letfabridge, Oscar Edwardh and Victor Ander- son. J. H. Boyle acted as chairman and expressed the esteem in which Mr. and Mrs. Marsh are held m this community. Assisted by W. JS. Rogers and H. Kern, Mr. Boyle pre- sented the couple wtih an attrac- tive coffee table and narlor lamp. Both Mr. and iMrs. Marsh expressed their sincere appreciation for the gifts and an invitation was ex- tended to their friends to call on them. A very enjoyable program Nylon Hose At Pair HIGH Ruth Derr. who has been serv- ing irith the OJS. Blooa Bank in China, -antes from shanghai that nplon stocfcmgs are on sale there for SSO.QOO a pair Chinese national currency. Ker uncle, J. F. Dole of High Rrter. receiv- ed a letter from her in trhich she describes inflation prices as "nightmarish." The present ex- change is U.S money to S2020 Chinese national currency. Pow- dered railfe in Shanghai is S30CO a pound; coffee to S7000 a pound; restaurant raeal is never less than S200C C.N-, and a hotel room SSOOO ON. It cost SSOOO CJS. to get a suit cleaneo- She has been serving vath the mobile blood bank, stationed at Kumming. for some years, but is now homeward bound. Automatic Egg Grader Installed HIGH High DISTRICT NEWS PAGE FIVE Busy Southern Alberta ATTENDS GKAND LODGE Harry Per- kins and S. Hepple left Sunday for in nrnrvr grades In raw ma- Secfsa_ executive Oi the ed m proper graces in tee ma- rbiirt nr OI opened a nevi sport River, isith Free Hilsabeci. also of follows: President. Win. Hermans; nce- other students. This was followed by an alumni banquet held in the college as -a-hich 200 guests were seated. The many friends of Ralph i will be interested to that he j.v, niiiiji .cnvnu. wiiiiiii.iTc, was the one who found the 1 arv a-e war 1 R- P- Miss Beryl Tif- e-year-old boy who had been Hoia men war ieteracs. j fln -si._ .__ Cbtenrercha, and treasurer, FOUND MISSING BOY Mrs. Hans Nelson returned Monday from Camrose where slje attended tile Home And School Officers Named Business Directory For Quick, Efficient Service get m. touch tritk: ACCOUNTANTS HOKe and School Association met Jure 10. i MOTOE3, ELECTRIC H. W. MEECH AGEXC1ES Fully shop, expeit Acadia Block, man. for the repair of fractional 3rd Avenue South. and three phase motors. Iceosse Tax Consultants. Efeciiie LM. Pboae 30T. 1933 s 354 being officers for the coining year. AIR COXBITIOXIXG MIMEOGRAPHING Mrs- FREEL SHEET METAL ALL WORK CAREFCtW A. J A. Howerton, convener of nonuna- McClary fumaoe and modern air- j. Brown, HOBS of officers, brought forward See our floor display fouowlng slate- President. Clyeie first vice-president. Mrs. C 13231 City isn. CfaABLTOX TlfU. with the Calgary Task Corps, and Mrs- were taken prisoner at Dieppe. Penton Blair and Mel.: i Edwardh. i HEAVY RAINFALL The crop rainy spell. Cher 1.000 people taking part in the search and the 9 FITriXG FEED a speciality. h Si S. 37351 Mttl during r go acrOss this slough." ar.d there the AUTO WKECKERS rener of membership committee.; Mrs. S. Fraser; convener of pro-1 grams. Mrs. F. Little: convener of, MeLAUGHLIN Garage and AaW lunch committee. Mrs. G. Stewart, j Wreckers. Corner of 4th Ave. Mrs. Henderson thanked the ex- 3rd SJ Phone 2913- 5> j eeutiies of last year for fin ship. followed, arranged by Mrs. Griffey, consisting of a couple of clarinet solos fay Kea Lancaster, accom- panied bv Miss Lillian Wells, a song by the high school gals two pantomines. Dancing was then en- joyed to music furnished bv a vol- unteer orchestra. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Marsh of Turin. Mr. and Mrs. Axel Anderson of Leui- bridge. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Bayle and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lepard of Macleod. Waile here Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Marsh were house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Linden Kelilcut. Price Levels At Sale Hold Firm selection A Sundial W.I. to Ho d Picnic on Little Bow SUNDIAL iHNS) The June meeting of the Women's Institute was held at the home of Mrs. Ben Dunn. All members and three visi- tors were present. The quil: was raffled and won tv Mrs. B. Raglin of Vancouver, B.C. Twenty- four collars was cleared on the quiic. The members of the Women's In- stitute and their families will hold a picnic at the mouth of the Little Bow river on Saturday. June 29. Lunch was served bv the hostess, assisted by Mrs. and Mrs. W. Secrist and Mrs R. Matthews. The Julv meeting will be held at tne home of Mrs. Alfred Oseen. EIGK auc- ._ tion sale of farm equipment, in- eluding power and horse machin- ery. which was held at the farm Lester Hood of High River, indi- cated no drop in prices thai the public trill pay for needed goods. Livestock also went well, and Auc- tioneer Hiichner found brisk bid- ding m every line, except horses Mr. Hood has his farm to Louis Callahan of High River, and is moving to a home which he has purchased at Lebanon. Oregon. Mr. and Mrs. Hood have 'been residents of this district for the past 32 years. members of the Ga-tien With the .75 of an inch of rain last Prairie Girls Club and guests wtre s fujj- week this "makes nearly four inches I entertained at. a oanquei a: the of ram :n the last ten days. home of Mr. ana Mrs. Ralpn; neeuns bv Mrs. C. Coe and Mrs STt'DENTS PRESENT PLAYS I Stager, m celebration of the 2isr j Wats Granuni i anmversarj- of the organization of j students' dramatic club presented this group. Sixteen guests were] olflVS ft which included isobell McDoagall. absentee member of the groan. Arcett. yisi; anorher brother, Muriel Ostrom. Merle Dirom, Beth Since the organization of the Phone 3330 or 4333. Ken-en PAKLORS CALL WSSTSROOX'S 3HACTY' PARLOR for your i Next Hair Do All work guaranteed. Phor.e 3352. 307 Interior and Sxterxsr Deccratcr. Modem Sj'-s? Phc-e "The Deccr- Fcr a 1353 BKCCHET Painting. Paper- St. S- Phone 3738. _______254 PIANO TUNING GEEAJKD HOEKSTRA Phone 3355. I50a-iUi 19KJ RADIO REPAIRS Finding of Watch Grim Reminder of Crash burnt remains of a wrist watch with R. H. j Gray. Kay Cisar. Stella Jorgenson and Beatrice Fltzpatnck. The sec- ond was directed by Pamela Srme and Bermce Pitzpatrick with Har- vey Dimm, Ethel Honon. Audrey _______ EUis. Don Hagen. Gordon Mathe- in Barons, the last Psi- and Harry Brown j day in June in each year, and NEEDY (HNS) VOGUE BEAl'TY SHOP Street North. The Latest in Eair Phone 2237 KEPLER'S 324 GTJAHANTSSD HHPAIH3 TO All. 3IAXSS RADIOS, HSARISG _________________________________AITS arid APPLIASCES- EABV BCGGY is. heels retired, re- 32SA Tfi St. S. Phone 4333. 1178 BABT Bt'GGY REPAIRS group school closins dance has at present for the 21st anrUversary, dance "this month. j INSTITUTE MEETING j iHNS) June meeting of the Barons WJ which turning them back into the ration board and thus release additional STOPPING IN SOUTH ATTT.K- RIVER (HNS) Mrs. Colette Beglow of Glendale. CaL, a sister of the late W. J. Quinn. is spending a few cays visiting Mrs. Quinn and family. She expects to leave soon for Calgary 10 visit Miss Lavema Quinn. Ritchie Paterson Company CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS AUDITORS P.O. BOX 940. TELEPHONE 2619 5 6 ACADIA BLDG. 612 THIRD AVE. S. ENJOY... Three One-Act Comedies Presented by the UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA PROVINCIAL PLAYERS on Friday, June 14th, 8.30 p.m. at L.D.S. AUDITORIUM Sponsored by the Lethbridge M-I.A. Admission: Adults 75c, Students 50c, Children 35c Advance tickets available atvBrown's Music Store R101518. R.CAJF-, engraved upon the back has been picked up at the scene of the Dakota trans- port crash -which occurred south of Coleman last January and !n which seven fliers lost their lives. The watch was found by a Cole- man youth who in turn gave it to Forest Ranger Boulton. leader of the trio of rangers who first found the missing craft after days of search. Mr. Boulton is forwarding the watch to the proper authorities. Postmaster Fra-k Graham P The watch hands had been melt- cation "at the home of his parents, ed due to the intense neat and a jjv. and ilrs K j Sander. H. J. last two figures of the serial number the home of llr. and Mrs. F. were quite indistinct due to burning that is questionable if they are cor- reci Funeral Rites For Mrs. A. Willms The North Coaidale Mennonite prayer house 1 was filled last Sunday afternoon. j when the burial services for the late airs. Anna Wilms, wife of Abram Willms, took place with Rev. i B. B. Jaaz officiating, while J- B. Janz. Jr conducted the large choir. i The late llrs. Willms came to Canada from Russia in 1925 having borne there 63 years ago and. after residing at Kamaka and Strathmore, carne to reside st Coal- 1 dale in 1S39. After ailing for thirty years, she underwens a suc- cessful" operation last month, but succumbed to bronchial pneumonia 1 on June 6. 1 Besides the husband eight chil- 1 dren are left to mourn. Mrs. Tins i Dirks. Mrs Anna Querring. Mrs. Manechen Thiessen and Mrs. Gatna i Toews. all of Namaka; also Peter, of Namaka. Aroa of Ontario. Cor- i nelius of Lachme, Quebec, and Mrs. Lena Wall of Coaidale AH the children and 24 of the 34 grand- children and one great grandchild j were present; at the funeral. VISITING AT SUNDIAL and Mrs. Wrieht and son of Calgary are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Main. Emperor In the fifth century, the Wen Mountain, west of the city of Wucheng, was set aside for the Emperor. On its fertile slopes Chinese workers labored to grow the Imperial "tribute tea." feet pays off in that's what Canterbury Tea provides. Praise for hearty flavor, delicate from its bracing cheer. For Canterbury is no ordinary tea. It's tea in the best tradition. Try Canterbury soon! Lions Club is sponsoring a cam- paign in town to gather together as many unused meat coupons as v.._______ .._ is possible wiih the intention of i had been postooned from Thursdav i ajtemoon the hprne of Mrs. Z. with Plans were made for attendance at, the constituency conference at Vul- i can on Saturday afternoon. Mrs., R. Hobos will give the report of i the Barons branch at the confer- ence, and Miss J. Popham will re- j port the conference at the July j meeting of the WJ. being held at i the home of Mrs. Kulpus. A re- i port was given on the success of. the T.B clinic, sponsored recently by the WJ. at Barons, with 804 re- nbrted as taking advantage of the X-ray service. A paper on cancer recognition and earlv treatment; was read bv Miss J. Popham. Since the i WJ. is" losing two members in the i nerson of Mrs. Wagness. and Mrs- j Tombs, are leaving this com- mumtv for Milk River and Leth- i both tnese ladies were pre- sented with silver dishes in appre- ciation of their work in this branch. HONOR MISSIONARY conjoint meeting of the two Mpsn-sth TJXS. wares held Sunday evening, in honor of Ray Smith, son of Mrs. Louise Johns'on. who is leaving shortly for a mission in Brazil. He will be filling a mission of at least two years duration. ENCHANT VISITORS i HNS) Sander of Calgary is spending his annual va- sett, the latter part of the week. TENDERED SHOWER Las; Wednes- day evening the community hall was the setting for a well-arranged shower complimentary to Miss Ruth I Hatson. Guests numbered nearly i 100. Gifts to the bride-elect were presented in a decorated wagon lea- j tunng a teller's -cage, indicative of Miss Hanson's occupation as she lias been emnloyed a teller at the Royal Bank for some time. Little Sharon Sanderson wheeled in the gifts and the honor guest was as- sisted in unwrapping bv Mrs. H. Madill and Mrs. R. WINNERS ANNOUNCED DIAMOND CITY 1 Nat- suye Tashima was the winner of the hand-painted cushion raffled by the Students' Union in order to raise funds to pay for an Encyclopedia Bntanniea which they have bought for the school. Kenneth Branch box of uon the second chocolates. CUTWORMS WORKING DIAMOND Cut- worm damage is being reported in this district. Several report exten- this an abundance of moisture arrived to check more serious havoc than has been done. sive damage to gardens from pest. It is fortunate that ATTEND WEDDING and J. Doram recently attended wedding of their daughter, Eileen Doram. at Calgary. Mrs. the Miss Does Your Stomach Rebel After the Meals You Eat? The bloated, heavy feeling after meals; the empty, sinking, gnawing before meals; the belching of gas and flatulency between meals; the rising and souring of food, all these, and more, fall to the lot of those suffering from stomach trouble. Burdock Blood Bitters helps to stimulate the sluggish action of the digestive and intestinal system by promoting the flow of the important gastric juices so necessary for the proper digestion of food. You will find when you take B. B. B. that digestion, assimilation and elimination are greatly improved by its use. Ask at any drug counter for B. B. B. Price a bottle. The X. Jdbisra lizaited. Toronto. Oat. TWO ONLY SUGAR BEET TRAILERS Our asual heavy construction; fullv guaranteed. MCLAUGHLIN GARAGE and Auto Wreckers CONCENTRATED 2-4-0 SPSflV Looking Ahead with LON M.F.NNER- HASSETT paired trje wait. Sevice while you "Never put off till tomorrow what you can do today" is a fine old proverb, but for too many of us k niEs: "Never do tccay whst you can put off till to- We in the Life Insur- ance business run into this "cut it atauide only too often, j arn nor. speaking of those infre- quent cases where a man post- pones signing a life insurance contract for a day and ss killed, thus leaving his family penruless instead of comfortably off as he intended. I am thinking mere of the man who believes in insur- ance and intends to purchase it always tomorrow, never today. This ss an average man, and he doesn't die but let us see what he is losing. The longer he puts it off the more expensive his insurance will be. for insurance purchased at an older age costs much more than that bought at an early age Also, he runs the of becom- ing completely urunsurab-e in which ease he" could col buy pro- tection at any pnce. Then again, both he and his family are be- coming accustomed to spencine money which should be invested future secuntv. Should he finallv get around to buying in- surance he may find it necessary to up what his family toes regards as essentials- Have YOU been risking your ones" happiness fay giving them luxuries now. :n exchange for dire need should you cue' Or have you made sure that they will have reasonable standarc of living always? Never put on torrcrrow what you can do todav Snsure the security of vour family now Remember." it IS important. It MAY BE" vital. Consult: Lon Blenner-Hassett Unit Snpenrisor SCX LIFE OF CANADA 106 McFariand Lethbridje PHONE 3815. Xotice the rigid to open, handier to use. With sturdy innerlining to help keep moisture out, flavor in. Also in tea bags. Canterbury Featured at SAFEWAY STORES, LIMITED PLACE YOUR Hail Insurance NOW WITH B. J. 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