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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 18, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JUNE 18, 1946 School Officials Honor Bow Island Graduates At Colorful Exercises ___________ BOW D. C. "Picfcard. scfloo! principal, tion exercises mere held in the Bow J who also presented the certificates Island Municipal theatre on Wed- and told the graduates that graau- FLIES-TO EUROPE uesiay evening, June 12. when a large of friends gathered to the seven graduates receive cer- tificates. The platform beautifully decorated flowers and latuce- irork, acd the young ladies re- splendent in long gowns of pastel Graduating students vtere Audrey Guenther (class Mary Nell Rapson. Phyllis Seval- md. Donald Campbell. Clarence Stephen Odney (valedicto- rian) and Ronald Hyland. Chairman for the evening pro- gram was Bro'sra. of the High School Students' Union. Tlie program included addresses board; O. Salberg. chairman of the Foreaicst divisional board; Mr. Byrne, divisional superintend- ent: Mrs. E. Thurston, SLIXA-. atiou P2J3S wiU be mailed to them as soon as they are received. Miss A. Herman pinned the corsazes and boutonniere on the graduates as they came forward to accept the scrolls. The prozram also incluciefi a piano solo by'Kdna Adolf, vocal solo by Gloria "Peters and a. quar- iei from the YJP.S. A: the conclusion of the public exercises, inured guests wre en- tertained at a graduation dance in Memorial haU. During the eve- ning a picture of His Majesty the King and a flag presented by the Union so the hail as a mark of apprecia- tion for the use of the hall on va- CuUen. chairman of ih'-r local occasions during the term. This is the second graduation which has been celebrated by pub- lic exercises and will regaiar annual occurrence in the fuuure. Wonderful Waterton -i- -r arrived she stenographer office. On Friday afternoon last. Mrs. J. Prislev entertained at; the hour complimpntarv to her daugh- Mrs Ray Carr.elJ. re- cently arrived from England with her iwo-vear-old son Room. Over 40 ladies" called during the after- noon to welcome Mrs. to her new home. Assistirst the host- ess were Mrs. R. M. Chnsuansen i Over eleven hundred tickets were New as iMustrator tor is a. veil "or "Oni anu aracles in' Outdoor Life Magazine i at his home here. Famous Orchestra is Well Received New York illustrator Visitor in Mrs. Carnell WATERTON PARS (KNS) j with the rnuseurn of natural history Jver eleven hundred tickets were sold for the Marc Kenney dance which a special feature in Wa- terton Park on June 8. This is the firs; return to the park for Mart tlnce 1934 when his orchestra play- ed for the season here. Mr. Kencey expressed pleasure as the growth and Improvements in the park eince he was here, and intends to return again at the first oppor- tunity. Toe annual Sunday school picnic held on Saturday when' Mrs. Percv Gregory, suoerintendens of All Saints Anglican Sunday school arranged a sniendid outing at the home of Mrs." J. C. Holroyd. Games Dlayed and. races run. and a picnic lunch served. The ctuloxen enjoyed a peanwE scramble, and later had ice cream and pop to round out a perfect afternoon. Sunday school will be resumed again >n the early fall Recent, guests at. Kilinorey Lodss Mr. and Mrs. F. Lee Jaques of New York City. Mr. Jaques is A. T. Schaafsraa. younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Schaalsma of Burdett, Sew from New York by American Airlines on June 11. to spend her vacation vis- iting friends and relatives in Europe, Miss Schaafsraa was a former employee of the Military Bureau of the Con- sulate General of The Neth- erlands la Montreal. S. Head and family, Wjoming. Dr. and Mrs. M. K. McGougan of Lethbndge. -svere recent guests at Kilmorev Locge. Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Chapman. NJS, were guests here las: DISTRICT NEWS PAGE FTVB Busy Southern Alberta Last Rites For SEE UNIVERSITY PLAT Provincial Players from the University of Al- ted three one-act plays rg. They sponsored here by the Stake M.LA. and a :e audience were in ___________ CARDSTON ly. He found her lying in trie bot- services, held Friday afternoon in lorn of the trough before it, was the- tabernacle for John Udall. who too late to save her Ufe. i passed away last Mondaj BENEFICIAL KAIX 1 Bitbop AUna Wiley of tie conditions ward conducted the services since las; weeks rain haie been conducted by S. Lou wonderfully improve, but another: hymrs: -Nearer My Goc "Though Deepening "Abide With Me" Soeakers were President Fran' B. J. Wood. Business Directory For Quick, Efficient Service get in touch with: MOTORS. ELECTRIC' H. W. MEECH AGENCIES Acadia BlocSc, 3rd Avenue South. Income Tax consultants. Phone 3043. 1933 AIR CONDITIONING Fully equipped sfeop, expert toan, for the 'repair of fractional i and three phase motors. 1 UcKenne Electric Ltd. Phone 3637. _______________________________2H MIMEOGRAPHING i _ A new i a recent jewellery and repair shop j here and to his old iias for business home city. C. B. Masrath. of door to the Roxy theatre, known cage, head of Majes'ic SHEET METAL ALL WOEK CAREFULLY _____I McCIarv furnace and modern air- J. S. Brown, care Brosm's Elder condmomriK. See our floor display Supplies, City. Pres-i 1323 A." All- ident. E. J. Wood. Mrs. O A. All- ChARLTON HILL red rendered the solo "The Old sheet; Metal anS Roofing Contracts. Rusged Cross.' Eider C. FITTING APPOINTED Henderson 5r benediction. Six pall bearers: i Westci ooy. Ted. Jack Oeorse >J-m and Keith Shaw ard Fred W. Hurt; furnace and Repairs. Sider N I 1828 Wreckers. Comer -jf 4th Ave, ard 2318_____________10 AVIATION FRED a speciality. 504-Sih S4 S. Phoce 2735. 1331 ARCHER T3r ard Exterior Decorator. Modem Sc TO HONOR Rfc MEN 1 tTons ahc. Meci- i He Tne Good J cjne Hat and for an] in? on e-.enine. It 'E'asisu> of a changed tsn-.e table, has! j member of or ir- j ...______ en to oe announced decked to put or. a dur- j a member of use ing: July in honor c: execute s'ated tocay. in -2 >ears Me and T.omen. date later. BROWNING CHILD RESCUED action on the mrl vented district passenger s here to inquire, and of CatGRon: tailed repors from the Taoer depc., ol salt Lake: Jolsnj par-, or John Hoifortn pre- SERVICE j Cardston. Mr. Tom I nis snail daughter from; Unique Jr., KEPLER AVIATION CHARTER FIv- Piper Cub Sales. Ser- Phone 3330 or 4333. Ken-, en ._ ch'ldWn 1 CALL" WEST3ROOKS BEAUTY, PARLOR for your Next Hair Oo. All work s'-iirsr.-eed. Phone 3S5C vOGi'E "BEAUTY SHOP 406-J3th Street North. 1 WELLINGTON BROS, ators." IS07. For estimaves ohone C472 Res- 511-lOth St. p'iSas _____________________ 254 PIANO TUNING GERABD HOEKSTRA Phone 3355. 15-S5-4ta Ave. S. 1S32 RADiO REPAIRS The Latest in 2237 324 BABY BUGGY REPAIRS and many books by natur- alists. Mr. and Mrs. Jaques have several books about their trips on this continent, and on Souia America. Dr. Gerln-Lajoie of Montreal, president of the Canadian association, and Mrs. Genn-Lajoie guests here las; week on thesr wav to tne medical convention in Banff. Mr. and Mrs. M. Zandmer. Ban3. recent visitors at Kiimorey Lodge. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Hole and party of Shelby isrere guests in the park last The creased ready tthorn ed in the Mr. and Beach; ___ ___ Slillwater. Okla.; Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Egerton, Saaulpa. and Mrs. T. P. Ifordin. Mr. and Mrs. Tatar. Mr. and Mrs. J. Taber District Pioneer Is Laid to Rest __. _ 1 f, _ ,_ "sister "broustn; her fatner cuici- a sunrise service three ftllSS tVCiyn Courtney eas; of the bricee The group joined as :he bndge by thesr Honored at of ihe j late Mrs. M. S. Boughev. S3-year- h Sor. Unit' and Taber and three other relatives were long since laid to Surviving rela- tives from here and distant areas Honor Fathers at Meet Of Sunshine Club leader Mrs. LXins ana j A. E. Larke and all hiked to the rendezvoiis the large cut-bank j mour.d r.ear Willow cree'i where ETZIKOM (HXS) A bridal in honor of Miss Evelyn Courtney was held at ihe home of BABY BUGGY retired, re- and tmed- Sevlce -.vhile you BERT 315-7th St. S MAC'S Phone 3232. 3S1 BICYCLE REPAIRS swerea roU vere present. The minutes of the last and the correspondence _read (HNS) Mr. ing the bones in his !e? while slld- etir.g ing to the base during a basebail Mrs. T. S. Due? and rao are here visitn-.g from Serett. ington. Mr Duce -a-as a former bishop of the Cardston second of ihe L.D.S. churcfl. OVERHAUL LINE HOME SCHOOL MEETING COALHURST tHNS> The Coalhurst Home ar.d School had a lone discussion a; last June H. on the crnteaiolat- Nelson has their disapproval. the t .1 and ho'ne noniic class rcorns. A was appointed visional board BR1XG YOUR BICYCLE to the i best sl'-op :n the south. Par's and accesforic? for all makes American. Hr-sush. earned in stock. BERT .t MAC'S 315-7th St. 3. Phone 3232. 382 KEPLER'S GUARANTEED REPAIRS TO ALL MAKES RADIOS. HEARING AIDS arid APPLIANCES. :h ST. 5. Phoae 4353. 1X73 Phone 3232 j BERT MAC'S j Where thev tuild 'he performance of vour the Charges. I _ "______315-Tth 3t. BARRETTS Counter Store Fixtures acd General Woodworking. RADIO APPLIANC3 REPAIRS- ALL PARTS AND WORIO.IANSHIP GUARANTEED. CLARKE BLK. PHON3 4354. RADIATOR REPAIRS_________ RADIATORS LIMITED i HARRISON-McCORD Radiator funeral service "here the electric', .5 spending a holiday with her orSan used. Ir. his address the j daughter. Mrs J. H. Wnite of Leth- pastor stressed inciricual and com- bridge in Retiaisr- munity loss in ihe passing of one ever seeking to bngfiten tl.e Husbands Complain: Tired, Run-down Wives Lose Beauty; Look Old Thousands of Women Regain Health Easy Way. LookYears Younger. Lcok in cirrorl Has nsde ymt !ook oWt Want normal healsh. Mgor. younper Tboosaijas thrilled at such Thank Oszrex Tonic. Its blood-eanchisff iron often needed normal -nm. Also helps restore appetite, neurukmfnt to fill out hollows in face or neck make many loos old. Nerves ss depres- sion goes. Also contains vitamin Bi, caJ- ciusi. phospnonis. Introductory size orJy 33c Try Ostrex Tonic Tabled for normal vitality nerves preztler. younger lodzy. Por sale at al! cms stores ereryTffhere. FACTORY-APPROVED lives of others. She rnade a. Doint of chatting tvith the cailcreri en route to schcol snd arranged her house- yara as a playground for thetn "The children vriil greatly miss her." he said. Pallbearers Trere Root. Patterson. R. Ii. Anderson. Donald Munro. D. Eem. Ed. Haucka. D. Sinclair. Martin Bros., Lethbridge. irere m charse- Boughey. her son. at one time RetlaiBr farmer, present from his hcrae in Ean rrancisco. Caltf. The meeting adjourned si 4 o'clock co receive the invited guests. DOMUflOX DAY CELEBRATION BOW A Do- minion day celebration vrill be held in Bow Island on July 1. ana be sponsored by the Jocal Com- mumtv club. There will be teams from Grassy lake, Burdett and "Wlnnifred as vreli ss the home team for hard hall games. Fastball will be piayed b> girls teams from Fore- most and Bow Island- A Shetland pony race, bicycle race, tug of war and foot races are ainons the other features. A booth will be in oper- ation on the erounds. and there be a big dance to tvind up ihe affair in the evening. WEDDING re- ception was held at the home of llr. arid Mrs. Martin Aim Monday af- ternoon at 5 o'clock 5rhen Mr. and the fstners of the community, and refreshments hostess. were served by STORE AND OFFICE FIXTURES, household and children's fumirure ___ delegation j and toys made, resinished or re- to aparoach the di- paired. Nic-Nac Shop. 4i6A-3rc St. visional board on June 18 to -.oice j South Phone 3558._________ 103 The delegation W. Gamek. U WJ j BOW HNS) mass generous donation of S25 toward tne ;ne meeting of j Union tnll Emma Broderaon as hostess. the Aloerta Farmers movie projecter. held in the Mumci-1 W. V.Tiite. pr.ncipal Coalhurst -school gave a resort: on tile expend- itures of the school from rnonev niade dunns she year on school dances. D. H. Elton Addresses Cardston Students cussion oe ers are rsadv to go en a non-de- Iiverv strike and amalgamation. Speakers will be J Jackson, vice- president of the Union and L. E. Fharis. director for District 12. BREAKS ARM LOMOND. Mrs. Cavil. the district nu.-se. broke her arm Sundsv -R-hcn the cc.r she 'Ras dnv- mg fa'iled saake the tuna ana Card- ston 'nish schcol held closing ex- ercises, "honoring the senior class in the Social Centre. June 14., High school students sat cown to j went into the ditch. a banoueo at 7 pjn. Bennie Olsen i acted "as master of ceremonies.! Toast to the senior class was given, by Melvin Pitcher and replied to Theitna After dinner j speaker vras Rev. Haytborne. Din-' ner music was played by Rhea LEASTS FOR EAST and Mrs S. P. Pakozdy left Barons on Fri- day evening for Weiland. Ont. where 'he doctor practice Sn route they ".vill vis-.t, Yellowstone I Park and various other points of 1 interest in the U.S.A. COIETERY MEMORIALS ROY'S RADIATOR 1 tors cleaned, repaired, recored. livery said or. out-of-town Rov" Kemp. 327-3ra St. S- Phone 2585. 1523 REFRIGERATION Importers of Scotch and Italian Marbles. UETHBRIDGE MOXOIEXTAt WORKS REFRIGERATION Sales I. 3. Jones. Phone 4555. :OOS-7tfc Ave. C-. Leihbrtdge. RE-TREADING Re-eanpmg and Re-treading Tires. Phone 3920. a. Needs. 325-8ta St. S.; NORTH LETHBRTOGE MOTORS 1632 CONTRACTORS AND ACTO WRECKERS Authorized GOODYEAR Dealer. 4268. 1270 Butler. Verla Blackmore. Hmman. Letia Clsen and Slayne HoUinsswonh. At the public was invited tjo j the proeram. Senior students all 1 marched in a group tafcmg their j places on the stage. i Speakers v.ere: Fioyd Godfrey re- aresenting the school beard: D. A.' Allred as high school pnncitsai: LeRon Low as student body presi-' dent: Slaine Low as valedictorian' and D. H. Elton, S.C.. of Lets- brtdse. guest speaker. Special t musical numbers were rendered by; Nyal Fletcher. Mrs. Luella ______ _________ ___ _ Smith -vhose weacline and Walter Anderson, was solemnized at Lethbndge at? After congratulations, the rest of the evening spent dancing. Seniors are as follows- Ethel Adv. John Blackmore. Maxme Brad- shaw. George Cahoon. Marvyn Forsyth. Glenn. Jamsko. p-m. that day received the well wishes of over 40 invited guests. The bride's table was centred oy a three-tier wedding cake, and the supper was in charge of ilrs. S3. Re'it-er. Later i" the evening a wedding dance was heic in the hall, music beins sunpiied by the Carmangay orchestra! A large crowd was pres- ent snd a purse of monev was pre- sented to the happy couple. Mrs. WamocS is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Aim. ENJOY PICNIC BOW 40 members and guests of the Y.P.S. had a pleassnt afternoon and eve- ning at the river on Monday when they celebrated the closing of the sessions for this term with a pic- nic, including games, swimming. weiner roast, cainpfire. TAKEN TO CALGARY Boyle. Jr. who was hurt in the mine recently, was taken to Cal- gary on Wednesday for treatment. He "was caught between the motor and a mine timber and crushed arpund the legs and back. Career.. Donna Forsyth. Lowell! Frodsham. Zola Glenn. Shirley! Henderson. John Jamsko. Grant i Jensen. Calvin Lang. Violet Larson, I Elaine Low. LeSon Low. Dick Mac- i leod. Lorna Matkin. Helen McNeil, j Beth Moddermsrs. Ecgar Nelson, j BettT Hasmussen. Marjorv Scott. Tr.elma Heanor Scortland. Glen steec. Jessie Stanford and Curtis Wyndsr. FOR. HOME Fnends of Mr. and Mrs. L. MeManus and children gathered at, 'he school house la.'it Friaay for a farewell narty in their ninor be- fore thev left for their new Mortis at Cards and dancing j were enloved The honored couole j uresented fith an electric fioor i larsio and steam iron. i ana Mrs MeManus be greatly! missed in community and es- j pecialiy so bv the members of the go'-f club. Mr and McManus and fam- ily left Tuesday by car to rrotor to MEANS EXTRA MILES FROM YOUR OLD TIRES Ritchie Paterson Company CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS P.O. BOX 940. 5 and S ACADIA BLDG- AUDITORS TELEPHONE 2613 612 THIRD ATE. B. Treads wear out long before the actual tire body. Recapping assures you maximum wear from your tires. Not .only do you get extra mileage but you also enjoy increased safety. Save money let us recap your tires today. We use Goodyear factory-approved repair methods and materials exclusively. A COMPLETE YEAR TIRE SERVICE NORTH LETHBRIDGE MOTORS AND AUTO WRECKERS 311-317 13th Street Lethbridee. Alberta Phone 426S Mr. Farmer: Mr. Rancher: Haying Time Is Here We can supply you with Stacker Repairs Buck Rake Teeth Skid Timbers 30-ft. Cedar Poles T tops t TT If1 T TTTUinrTI Del Kalstead -vecdicg taSe place ea-iy :n Julj h ored ftt hcme of Mr3 R. Rogers rfhen sSe orese 9wi TRACTOH, Trues Car Tirs Vvtl- Guaranteed. Line belt New and Used lires. LETHBRIDGE MOTORS AUTO WRECKERS Authonzec GOODYEAB Deajsr. __ Tire Reoalr? and Vulcanizing ol a'-l Kinds. Beit Sphcirtg j. .v, SUPPLT Phoae 25S9. I65S also hoste-v. T.T.I-I Vrs -iCO-Ist. South. Rogers. ae ing here around the Jui> with her father. Rev who has been transJerred to Nor- c.egg. NEW BUSINESSES miEEL ALIGNING____________ Short Service Station Brake Sei-vlcs. 4ta Ave-Sth St. Phorse 4167. 5SO WELDING BOW of has purchased the" lot next to tns Shatz bar and is erecting a tf.o building there wnere he ir-tencs 'o do shoe repair- ing. Tony Shat.2 opened his muS bar and "ituich rcorn this week in the building opposite the theatre, we change the "teel rims of tract- The school recently ourchased by or -s-hasls to runs suitable for rubber J. Fortune was moved into town 1 'ires, this week and placed on the foun-! WELDED PRODUCTS for Portable Welding. Prompt Service, Gurranteec Worst Richard's 323 4th St. S. dation prepared for it. opposite the! 210 1st Avenue, home of MJSS G. Martin. Phone NEWSPAPER! ;