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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, 1946 Many Hear Reports At WJ. Conference (HKS> The Wo- men's Institute constituency confer- ence held in New Dajton with 68 present from branches at Soring Coulee, Raymond, New Dayton. Warner. Hillydale, Milk River United Prairie. Mrs. Fanny McBnde, the conven- er, was in the chair. Mrs. E. E. Morton, the W.I. president of Yegreville and Mrs. E. C. Hutchia- district director of Warner, present. Reports of work by conveners of committees were given and discussed. A new branch has been organized at Milk River with 14 members. Mrs. Hutchlnson told of the need to stress support of Girls" clubs. Tfeey are to have a conference at Olds earlv !n J'lly. Sixty girls are scheduled to attend from all over Alberta, under the leadership of Mrs. Roy Drake. She also reported that the Institute was buying a new portable X-ray machine for the Junior Red Cross hospital in Calgarv. At the noos hour a lunch was served by the New Dayton W.I. or- ganization. The afternoon meeting reconven- ed at p-m. and Mrs. Monon, provincial WJ. president spoke on the Institute's war work. Since Januarr this vear a great many items had been shipped overseas. Burdett Ladies' Aid Holds Regular Meeting regular monthly meeting of the Burdett Aid was held at the home of Mrs. B. R. Campbell with four- teen members and five visitors pres- ent. Mrs. M. Statema presided. It was decided to have the par- ponage shingled with asphalt shingles. The ladies decided to have the usual stand at the grounds on July 4, when ''Old Settlers' Day" iriii be celebrated. It is hoped thtt necessary supplies will be available. The ladies will serve lunch on "Wed- nesday. June 19. a ciean-up day ac the local cemetery. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. R_ E. CampbelL Fernie Baptist Church Plans Summer Camps FERNTE. A. Eiple of the Bapnss church will be in charge of boys" and girls' sum- mer camps at McBain's Lake from July 22 to July 29. He requests that those interested please register with him by July 1. These camps are be- ing conducted for boys and giils between the ages of 8 and 14 years- There will be swimming, boating, tiffins, woodcraft and games. This Is a -wonderful opportunity for the young people to have a supervised holiday. FROM C. Doe ef Edmonton, was a visitor at the fcome of her Barents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Koole the "past week. SPEAKER AT CHURCH W. II. Byers oi Vancouver, B.C., -was speaker at the Reformed church on Sunday. He spoke on behalf of the Lord's Day Alliance of Canada. Golden Wedding Marked, Magrath 31K. AND MKS. MATK1X Engraving. (KNS) and Mrs. Benjamin HatJaa. pioneers of Magraih. celebrated their golden wedding anniversary at their home Saturday, where they nere visited throughout the day by many fronds and relatives-, including many frnm different points in the UJS. Ar- rangements mere directed by Mrs. C. S. Mat kin and the lunch -ft-as served by granddaughters of the honored couple, assisted by Mrs. Belie Barker. Some 200 guests reg- istered in the calling book, super- vised by the Misses Kola and Lucille Matkm. Mr. Matkin was born In Hyde Park. Utah, June 30. 1871, coming to Cardston in the early spring of 1892. he immediately joined his father and brother Henry who had been freighting and carrying the mail between Cardston and Lethbridge for the previous two years, and was engaged in this busi- ness until she fail of 1897. missing only one trip in the seven years. One tnp a week was the average schedule from to The and no fences marked the way for the freighters. Mr. Matkin proved up on a homestead in the Cardston "district later on. and then traded it for land at Magraih which he still farms. He served many years on Magrath civic bodies. He served as secretary-treasurer cf the local Agricultural Society when it was sponsoring probably the best local fairs in the province. Mr. Matkin has been a staunch Liberal, casting his first vote in Canada for the Sir Wilfrid Laurier candidate in 1336. Mrs. Ellen Burns Matkin was bom in Salt Lake City, Utah. Oc- tober 23, 1874. She came to Canada with her sister, the late Mrs. Levi Barker, and the lauer's husband, the late Bishop Levi Barker, in the spring of 1892, and lived with them until her wedding to Ben- jamin Matkin in 1896. She has been very active in church work ever since taking up residence here, and at one time held office in the first presidency of the Taylor Stake Primary association, and when Ma- grath was divided into two LJO.S. wards she was made president of the Second Ward Relief Society- Mr, and Mrs. Matkin had eight children, three of wly-m are now living; C. 5. Matkin. Magrish; Dr. Wayne Matkin, Lethbndge. and Mrs. Mary Tuft-eland, Lethbridge, They also have 11 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Dr. Matkin serves in the Canadian Den- tal Corps. and a grandson Doraa Tufteland Is in the tl.S. occupation forces in Japan, while another grandson Gordon Matkin served Many Gather For Lundbreck Event LUKDBRBCK S o m e} conveyed by array truck and were farmers in the districts northwest i accompanied oy G. D. Martin. and southeast of town were rejoicing Each town had two teaiKs. junior Sunday and Monday after- i and senior, and Warner's seniors noon, after experiencing rain storms', woa the senior championship, in amounted m some Pastor Honored In Magrath Church Business Directory For Quick, Efficient Service get in touch with: ACCOtnvTANTS MOTORS, ELECTRIC nine different events, three ilar-ion are leaving shortly of his stock i River won the H. W. MEECH AGENCIES Acadia 3rd Avenue South. Income Tax Consultants. ________Phone 3X3._______1938 AIK CONDITIONING Puily equipped shop, expert work- man, for the repair of fractional and three phase motors. i McKeczie Electric Ltd. Phone 3437. ______[ MLMEOGRAPHING________ j ALL WORK CABEFULLY DOSE" furnace and modern air- j J. S. Brown, care B-OWQ'S Musical See our floor display >__________Supplies, City. 1871 1329 i KETURXS FROM C.S. VISIT of singing and readings was enov-; Ch'AKLTON HILL. ed. Sheet Mewl and Roofing Contracts. 1 At the conclusion of the program Furnace and Savestrough. Repairs. ____________________________1823 AT'TO rrwk tu i ;ne memoers oi ine cnurcn i the i Minnesota and Iowa with relatives, them in appreciation of their faith- McLAUCHUN Garage and Auto able awLds m ite the mother, her fai WOrk m Magraih. Mr. Ccrner of 4th A-.e. ana aoie me recent; OT 1 flood 01 er the dam. No moisture fell in town. WINS S25 PRIZE No and FITTING a speciality. 4-sin S. Phoge 1331 ARCHER Doniinioa-'asde essav contest con-i by the Montreal y' Subject of the essav -sras. Should "A'e build a World sniKi in the Atomic GEOLOGICAL SURVEYS Geo. father having passed a-way rece-nt- S. Hume of :iie Canadian depart- ment of mines and resources was a Mason. Roberta Rogers. Mildred Griffey, Lauretta Daley. Shirley Syme. Jacoba Van DeiSan. Donehue and Mae McDougall. The hall yas appropriately decor- ated with streams of the class col- ors, green and yellow. The stage was especially beautiful with a "oack- groand of a large crajon sketch ot the high schoii bia-Jtag, the artist being Miss Kay The front part of the was lined with vases of cut flowers. The class made a lovely picture dressed m beauti- CONSIDERABLE SUM a cent, sale of work at :he Coa! Mennonite church S532 -rere ed for overseas relief replied to the presentation, thank- j 3rd St ?aoae IES for AVIATION" kind suppon he had reeened while; 10 Interior and Exterior Operator. Mcdem Sqspraent. Phone 2463. KEPLER AVIATION WELLINGTON BROS, The DeOW- atcri." Sfetv 1907. For estimates ahoae 24T2. Res. 511-IOth S. 1853 ins here to succeed Mr.. Mark articles for sale pieces of hand ATTEND CONVENTION" iHNS> Chas. HUIT. Mrs. H. W. Lyons ar.c Mrs.; many Mr. LarSe nas jus: completed fo'ir years as padre in the Canadian army. f CHARTER trips Painting PaDer- er, !n Pper CubSate.Ser- haniP. Phone 33SO or 4338. Kemon 141 hangiP3. S. Phone 3708. PIANO TCNTNG a Marston st vey party under the direction of Robert Douglas is also in ar.d will make a survev of the Gap ares. RAINS BENEFICIAL j CLOTHING COLLECTION the I (HXS) heavy rains of the past two -yeefcs the crops and grass lands are in ex- cellent condition and prospects of day, June 17 to a humper crop are tery high. to receive bundls MISS AUCE TAYLOR _ rain feji for about four hoars Sat- j the national clothing dnve. Resi- urday. Monday morning it had, dents are asked to co-operate as cleared, bu: by noon skies were over- generouslv as ocss'-ble cast again ar.c a verj heavy sr.ower CLOUDBURST" AT HONORED AT SHOWER Friday. June 28. bundles of clothing for fell. TO PURCHASE HALL I VADXHALL A rain of cloud- 1 burst proportions descended on the ful gowns of ana each had a corsage of red There were school girls on the staje assistins sins- ing and program pnor to rhe ban- quet. Mr. McGregor in a short ad- _ dress welcomed the friends trr.o will be used as a union hall and ba haVf Grazing "Reserve "headquarters were present ar.o presented ihe called the Michel Local No. 7292 and onlv a small fraction of an inch class with their diplomas. The par- it. ex nile Mac- at their :he ents of ihe class, the teaching staff and representatives of the school board and the high school sa; down to the banquet tabli The toast to the teachers given by Miss Shirley Svme in which she paid tribute to the teach- ers and to their advice and encour- agement. In reply Mel Sd-ararcih thanked her saying he -was very proud of the class. Jacoba Van Del- Ian as ciass historian mentioned the i fact that Mildred. Roberta and Lauretta vrere the only ones of the class that had attended the Gra- num school since Grade 1. The others who had started -Kith this class but -who had moved away were Gloria Philips now of Victoria. B C. aiarjorie Gossel. now working in a telephone office in California, and Annie Sinnema, living at horr.e. Mae McDougaU gave the toast to the and Sir. Rogers replied. Jean Douglas gave the toast to the school board with R. L. King replying. He congratulated the ciass and" said they were fortunate in having such a capable staff hall. REPORT GOOD CROPS west and north of sown. C.W.L. MEETS PARLOR for vour Next Hair Co. All work gaar; 3852. GERARD HOEKSTBA Phone 3355. :505-4th Ave. N. 607 RADIO REPAIRS VOGVE BEAUTY SHOP The Phore 223.. show- BABY BUGGY honoring Miss Alice Taylor was BABY BUGGY heels retired, re- KEPLER'S GUARANTEED REPAIRS TO UArCES RADIOS HS.ARDTG St. S. Phor-o 4338. helc in the'hall on Monday evemnc. j paired and trued. while-you "One After a program of songs and read- wait. i BERT Jt MAC'S ings, and special advice on "How BERT MAC'S 'Where they otilld us the performance to Presen-e a Husband." the gifts! 315-7th St. S. Phone 3232. of your the Charges. v.-ere tarought in by Joan "White ar.d 3511___ 3J5-7th St. S 330 Margery Moore and presenwd to, M'.ss Taylor by Mrs. G. Davies. BARRETT'S East to West OGVEN'S Best teachers. On behalf of the class gifts were presented to the high school teachers by Fay Donehue. Miss Audrey Hlis proposed the toast to the graduating class with Miss Mildred Griffey replying. Miss Lauretta Dally as class valedicto- rian, gave the address. overseas with the Canadian active army, Mrs. Ernest Bennion of Picture Batte, presented the hanpy coirole with an original poem, "A Golsfea Wedding." Tfte north wir.d. ar.c aiort rain is ex- j president. Mrs. Anton Gross.- w peered. The crops are good ar.a i ln jhg chair. The Rosar.- ar.d t so far Most j League Prayer were recited. was he De- sister. Mis. Mrs. Knight. A delicious lunch was served TO over seventy by Mrs. W. Scd- Bews. in stock BERT .t MAC'S 315-7th St. S Phon" 3232. %-ISITING FRIENDS CABINET MAKING plan: with wild oats. Hav and pasture 1 _ lands are good. Gardens a j was'served" by" little late, but very promising. No i Gross, and Mrs. R. Gal- irrigating has had to be done to j vjn The next meeting will be held date. j at the parish house on Aug. 3. Mrs. COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES Gilbert sr.d Mrs Galvin are to be Hill- i hostesses for this meeting. A dance spruig high school held their com- j sponsored bv tne C.WX-. will be rcencernent exercises Thursday i held at the'Grassv Lake commun- evening in the hail. About rrv 120 guests were present at the ban- auet. catered for by the Relief So- ciety. Ted Hi; Pincher Creek and Mrs. Julius Radke and two sons of Portland. Ore., are visitms friends in this district. Julius was bv Mrs'JotT Vol' Mr. and and i Mrs. Bernard Gull have retnrr.ed jlrs. Narvia Peterson are receiving i from a trip to Utah, where thsy at- congratulations on the birh of a j tended the goidea wedding cf Mr. son. bora June 11, in the Cardston hosDizaL the large7" FIELD DAT WARNE3 fHNS) The King's birthday was celeoratec -when the Warner cadets enjoyed the field day at Cotitts. along with the Wren- them cadets and Milk River Eos- HEAR BISHOP RAGG Gull's parents. HONOR WAR BRIDE household and children's furniture and toys made, reftnished or re- paired. Nic-Nac Shop. 416A-3rd St. South. Phone 3558. 102 RADIATORS LIMITED HARRISON-McCORD Radiator Service. Repairing, cleaning, re-cof- mj: with original equipment cores. lH-SthJ5t._S- ..Phpns 4121. ROY'S RADLATOR i tors cleaned, repaired, recored. De- on out-of-town work. and Electrical contracting and refrigera- Mrs. R- H- Cronyn of London. Ont.. are visiting their son at the A7 Ranch. Easy to roll delightful to smoke SMOKERS' ASK FOR OGOEN S CUT PLUG Service for Investors If you made your first investment in Victory Bonds, you no-w know the satisfaction that comes from clipping coupons. In the era of furore industrial activity diet lies ahead, those who invest in well chosen Public .Utility and Corporation Bonds and Preferred and Common Stocks should benefit from their fore- sight. Each month we'jssue a representatii e list of selec- ted Preferred and Common stocks. Some of these tuggestions may appeal to you for the investment of new money, write for a copy. JAMES RICHARDSON SONS ESTAHJSHED IS} McFARlAND BUILDING Phone 4335 LETHBRIDGE Fourteen offices from Montreal to Victoria, connected by direct private wires. C A I C The Sale That Brings The Biggest Value at New York Fur and Dress Shop Look, folks, riere are those values you've been praying for. AH new all this season's styles and fabrics in a size for every figure and at HALF PRICE they are sure to fit your purse. Buy several now and -wear them all through summer. Special Clearance Of Many Of Our DRESSES-COATS Such pretty crepes, cottons and in won- derful color for all of the summer. We have all sizes. Lovely materials in pure -wool, assorted styles colors m 3.-1 flurry yours i HALF PRICE Don't Ask For Trouble STORE YOUR LOVELY FURS AT NEW YORK FURRIERS THIS SUMMER Nothing can harm your precious furs when they're stored in New York Furrier's vaults. And, what's more, they're covered by year-'round insurance even after you've taken them out next winter! EXPERT REPAIRS, RE-STYLING For 35 years New York Furriers built up an enviable reputation among discriminating women for the fine quality of their fur repairs and re- styling. Have an estimate made on your coat now. Fine new fur coats in advance styles are arriving daily at New York Fur- riers. See them now and purchase on New York Furriers' "Lay-Away" Plan. NEW YORK FUR and DRESS SHOP 3rd AVENUE SOUTH. OPPOSITE PUBLIC LIBRARY tor worfe. Phone 3929. 514-7th ATS. South. 118 REEEK ELECTRIC. 710-6th St S. Electrical Contractors. Radios and Appliances repaired. Phone 4574. 1696 FARM LIGHTING 110 volt and 32 volt, engine driven or wind driven, -with or without batteries AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY CO. 205-lOth St. S. Phone 3848 or 3758 1720 FLOOR SANDING FLOOR SPECIALIST Floors Laid. Sanded and Finished. All Work Guaranteed. PERCY HAMILTON Old Floors and Stairs iiade New. 20 Years Experience. 137-14th St. N. Phone 2532. 1174 MERRICK BROS. FLOORS EXPERTLY LAID, SANDED AND FINISHED. The Modern War. Phone 3319. 308-7th Ave. A S. All work guaranteed. 1055 FLOORS SANDED AND FINISHED LORNE LONG. PHONE 2569. We welcome out of town business. SO FURNITURE MOVING MCLEAN TRANSFER Storage, Crating. Packing. Shipping of Household Goods. Phcne 2097. _________S40-Sth St. S._______430 FURRIERS LUXURIOUS FUR COATS in the latest ,5tjlcs. saving priced. Expert restyimg. renmng. cleaning and in- sured storage. Also cloth coats ana dresses for everv occasion. NEW YORK FUR DRESS 5HOF "Famous for Finer Furs." S04-3rtl A-venue S. Phone 3275. _________________________________780 GENERAL REPAIRS RETREADING. RECAPPING AND VULCANIZING "The Most Modem and Best SJcralp. ped Shop hi the J. A. TIRE STJPPLT. 402-ist Avenue South. Phone 3580. IK? ROOFING CHARLTON HILL 304-9th St. S. Phone 2599 1687 ROOFING. Siding and Reg. Jones and Rex Duce. Phone 4550 139S REPAIRS 24 Hour Service on All Makes of Small GAS ENGINES LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES Mavja? Sales and Service 317-8th Street South. Phone 44M. ________ 399 SEWING MACHINES________ WE REPAIR all makes nf WorJc ffuarapteed. Singer Sewing Machine Co., 520 3rd Ave. S. 2243. TO. SEWING SERVICE HOISTITCHLS'G. Prompt service. Stager Sewing Machine Co. 630 3rd Ave. S. Phong DRESSMAKING ALTERATIONS DOROTHY GRAHAM. Phone 4494. 122 McFarland BCTTON-HOL35. Work guaranteed Mrs. R. Harris, 14 Devoa. Court. _________Phone 2332. tt SHINGLING SPECL1LIZB in Cedar and shingling. Promp service. Hiebert Bros., 920-7th St. N., Leihbridge. SHOE REP-AIRS _________ STEV3-S SHOE RSPAIR 322-7th St. S. Phone 3955. 501 Eipert Shoe Repairs Shop 7l4-3rd S. Satisfactory Work. Bob _____ SSI LEE DUCK. Tailoring and Hit work. 330-13th Sw N. Phone 2770. ________________________ 1336 TIME SHEETS________________ GARAGES. ATTENTION MECHANICS TEVIE SHEETS earned Ui stock. Anv quantlcv. HERALD JOB DEFT. Phone 3203. 485 CLEANER SERVICE and SAWS sharp- cned. Bicycles and Phoncgrapns renalred. Locksmith and Gunsmitn. Union Repair Shop, 1238-3rd _V.e S. _______________________ _ 1010 ROOFING "We specialize in Wool Insulation and s-cs Us buiidings. old or new. Ex- 1 perienced crews on the job the year round. Western Home Improvement Co. I B Stafford Block. Phone 2353 181 MOVE TO CALIFORNIA J NATAL. 'HNS' Micnei ".ost a ueii known fa.-nilv in Mr and Mrs John .cf- ,-hei for tne Ur.reti Sia'ej; f He i before >a'. n-z for G0ARANTKSO Vacuum Cieaaer Service. All makes. McSrozre Electric Ltd. Phone 3537. UPHOLSTERT AND JELF5 Upholstering and RepajnuR. Tnick Seats and Car Upholstering. Fumigauijg. .Ml work Guaranteed. 406-5in St S. Phone 3470. 112S 1 WEDDING RECEPTION A cm? cr ni "i" i church hai; e-.e-; :n honor Mr ir.d Mr-. J.' Lens, Jr. the ante c-'ing the :or- mer Miss Donna Draper. The wed- aing took place last, in and after a short, honey- moon the couple were oa their return b> coout 200 guests gathered to cungratulata them. Truck Car Tire Val- car.jzins. Guaranteed. Line belt New and Used Tlres- NORTH LETHBRIDGE MOTOBS VND WRECKERS Autconasc GOODYEAR Dealer. ___ Phone 426S. ____ 1870 Tire Repairs SIM! pf all Kinds." Beit Solicing. Cnmplcr.-> Service." J. A. JARDINE'S TIKE SUPPLY 1st South. Phone 3580. _ _ _ 1S5S _WIIEEL __ ____ Short Stop Semce Station Brats 4th A'.e.-Sth S- Phone 4167. RECEn'E CONGRATULATIONS _ _ WATCH REPAIRS _ and Clock Repairs. MAC'S WATCH SHOP. CoaWale. 1572 WELDING _ "Phone 38S9 for Portabls Welding. Prompt Service, Guaranteed Work Richard's Welcing. 4th St. S- 1251 i Mr. and Mrs. 'Dick" Heroerr are receivms j congratulations on the birth of a son on June 7. We change the nms of tract- or wheels to rims suitable for rubber tires. WELDED PRODUCTS 210 1st Avenue. Phone 3544 15M SPAPFRf NFWSPAPFK! ;