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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1946 List Race Results Golden Horses In Musical Quadrille Feature Palomino Show At Nanton FLY TO PORTLAND IN CHARTERED PLANE NAJCTON. nesday marked the owning day of the Nanton Staispede'and FaJoniino and Cow Horse Show. The judging of horses commenced at 10 ajn. and continued untU noon. Wednesday wm. Loree afternoon. besides the regular stam- j Presley. over fourteen two. other than Palo- cuno, ricden by lady 1. W. M. it Presley; 3, Mrs. J. Far- rios. Saddle horse, any color, over aivi half HIGH and Mrs. Henry Nelson of Portland. Oregon, who have been in the High River hospital for the past ten da 1-5 as a result of a motor acci- dent, left High River for PortLina by chartered plane on June 17. Botii ivere well recovered from the bruises and shock which ihey sus- tained when their car coUiJed ivitja an oil truck south of Higi River. DISTRICT NEWS FIVE Busy Southern Alberta VISIT CITV PLANTS vice-Principal tJnger and his pupils journeyed to Fuller, who were married recently, honored at a wedding daace and shower held at the Orion Cons- Pay Tribute To Late T. 0. King Lethbridge by bus last Friday, where enmity Hail on June 14. A large they visited the dairies, bakeries, crowd filled the hall to capacity to i CJOC. anil the Herald. All report express their good wishes for the j a very interesting tune. I couple who were both popular in j PAINFUL INJCKV the Granlea and Orion eotneaum- j __ jaesie j ties. Many lovely gifts were re-j RAYMOND for the Funeral Business For Quiiek, Efficient Service get in touch with: ACCOUNTANTS H. W. MEECH AGENCIES Acadia Block, 3rd Avenue South. Income Tax Consultants. ________Phone 3043.________1933 L. L. pal- mer officiated and the second ward choir uncer direction of Karl I Schmlich supplied she music. Mrs pcd? events, there were horse races ana a musical qjadrille -Kith riders mounted on Palomino horses. This q'lEdnile was the outstanding per- formance of the day's entertain- Stallioa A. E. White; 2, J. Sears; 3. E. Noad. Family ridjng W. A. Crawford-Frost; 2, L. W. McPeak; 3. E Burton. _ Saddle pony. to 15 hands, rifi- The golden horses, as they swung J de-i by boy or girl under IS through the changes of the quad- J i, Rae Bradshaw; 2. M. Bradshaw: nlle. made a lovely picture and 3. Mrs. J. Plackett, ridden by Asieen brought forth round after round of Young. j spDlause from the spectators. j M. Pindlay, ridden "The Dsrade of winners from the j by Aileen Young cov.- horses classes led by Harold, jack Streeter Sears, president of the Nsnton j his quarter horse-----r. Stampede and Palomino Horse the fastest time of the day in the mounted on the famous Ten- I calf roping event when he tied nls nessee walking horse. Chief Justice calf in 21 seconds. Alien, the onlv horse of his breed s Dick Andrews of Claresnoim registered in the Dominion of Can- made the fastest time !n the steer atfp. was snothei feature of the decorating in 3 seconds flat. This walking j The fastest time in the the chuck horse, which Is owned by a Nanion Dragon races v.-as made by Green- sr.r.dicate. is a beautiful animal. His j of Lousana. are perfect and he is worth --------------_--------- ellmg _____ __ homeward driving through a' to nave she bone set Saturday heavr rain sJorm. j afternoon. ___ Visibility was poor and the force XfcW PRIEST TO OFFICIATE Emma Dahl was organist. A large congregation attended aM floral tributes were numerous of the collision v.Tecked tiieir big Chrysler car completely. They were brought to the local has-piuil am- bulance, and have high praise for the attention they received from the hospital staff and from toa-ns- people who called upon them dur- ing ihesr enforced here. TJiey w any horsemaa Race Events First race, five-eighths mile, open, rail be re-run on Thursday as the horses got an ay to a bad start. Second race, six and a hau sur- Allacka. owner J. Brock of Nantoa: 2, Kmgscrest. owner. A. vraiard of Milo: 3. Some Whit, own- er. J. Higgins cf Aldersyde. Third race, one Buddy Nip, owner. S. Fenton of Cochrane; Vagic. owner. C. Snutn 01 Utah, U.S.A.: 3. Star Lance, owner- 1 Re-elect Officers Home-School Meet was only a small attendance at the Hoaie and School meeting on June 12. due to the benefit dance which had been postponed till that date. Election of officers took place, the president, Mrs. MacLean; the sec- retary, Mrs. A. J. Head; and the treasurer. C- R- Sauter. all being re-elected. Oilier committees will be appointed later, as no more C. Poesier. meetings will be held till Septem- Sacdle oony. 14 hands and ur.oer. ridde" bv'boy or girl. 14 and under j" Ssnith: 2. J. Puckett; o. H. L. "Bloomer ridden by T. Pherce. Stock horse, ridden by 1- A. Streeter; 2, E. Burton; 3. P. Mc- r. Saddle horse, mare or gelaing. Are You Sure Your Car is Fit to be on the Road? PORG5TT the motor for a mo- ment! What about your Brakes? Horn? Wiper? Tires? Are you SUBS they're in first-class working condition? They should be be- caause they're your safeguards against accidents! THE IjOCAL police, in co-oper- ation with, other lavrenforcement authorities across the Dominion, are observing a "safety'' checkup from May 15 to June 30th. AH cars arid trucks will be double- checked as to fitness to be on the road. We have pledged our nelt> toward seeing that drivers get" special attention on safety checks. Tou can assist by driv- ing in for one next time you need gas or oil. REMEMBER an ounce of pre- vention is worth a pound of cure! Beny Chevrolet Oldsmobile Ltd. CHfcVKOLfcT OLDSrttOBJLLE CARS CHEVROLET AND MAPLE LEAF TRUCKS Sales and Service Two Locations: 7th Street South Mrs. L. Flood led m community singing, and also gave some worth while hints on increasing member- ship and attendance. The motto of the local is "Every parent a mem- ber." Mrs. A. J. Head sang a solo. There was considerable discussion on the responsibility of the school in cases of accident., the matter be- i ing brought by Mr. Wolosuk. Sr., whose son was recently under med- j ical treatment for an injury suf- fered on the school grounds. i The matter will be referred to higher authorities for a ruling in j such cases. Crops Are Fair In Macleod Area MACLEOD istic of the south district, rains drenched certain areas while others quire close worked in the fields with the blowing. ASong the Belly in the Hazelmere dirtnc; half an inch of ram fell Monday after- noon and between the mers near Standoff heavy rains fell. From February on. the west winds caused some drifting bat the real damage was caused by the north winds. Though whea-. in the light areas east of Macleod is from four to six inches sroond it is patchy. Winter wheat may be termed only fair with spring wheat patchy, but fair to good. Summer- fallow might be classed as- fairly recent heavy general ram did wonders in bringing the crop along and provided good mois- ture reserve. In genera! the wheat crop will not be very good this year and it suffered somewhat by frost. Cats that were seeded than the wheat escaped irost. damage and oat crops are now from three to four inches above ground. What flax there :s should be good this year. Much reieedtng of both wheat and oats has been done. RSTLAW Rev. Fr. Louis Malo recently ordained to the priesthood fay Bishop CarroM 01 Caigary n town Monday' and had played ball in the evening. I He had received a cable from his wife in England on Monday telling j aim she was leaving to join him' here, and he was getting his home! ready to welcome her. He leaves j to mourn his death his wife, ius parents. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mathe- son in Calgary, four Mrs. j iTena) Echnie. Valle; Roderick. William, of Granum and John of Vancouver. BC. a lesson which he followed. Mr i fVlQ. n M> be a true I jr and 1417 i 254 L-B. Tanner sang a pleasing Resident Heaer p Allan spoke ,tbe Mends -ha: Mr King always nls fnead ilr. AUen's use late K. S. Al.en, knew! BEACTY PAELORS _ WESTSROOS'S BEAUTY PARLOR for your j Next Hair Do. PIANO TFNING All work guaranteed. Phor.e 3352. 60t GERARD HOEKSTKA Phone 3355. 15C5-4th Ave. S. ________________________19O RADIO REPAIRS VOGUE BEAUTY SHOP 403-13th Street North. The Latest In Hair Styling Phor-e 22S7. BABY BLGGY REPAIRS GCARANTS3D REPAIRS TO Ali MAK2S RADIOS. HEARING AIOS and APPLIANCES. 322A 7th St. S. Phone 4333. 1173 capacities for 33 years, presiding over the provincial association. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Harker sang a duet "In The and Elder Jas. H. Walker spoke about the 'Jfe. j work and public service of Mr. Kir.g. He filled a SR Rnp'ard irs BABV BOGGY wheels retired. :e- paired and trued Sevice while ;.cu i BERT Jt MAC'S 315-7th St- S. Phone 3232. Phone 3232 BERT i MAC'S 381 j Where they build tip the performance I our Sot the of A aard-of-hearing class will be: i opened nest fall for school-age Ed- I nioaion youngsters. the guests. in the Cardston district are much irn- proved since the recent; rains. ICearlv four inches of moisture nave been officially reported so far in Jane. Cereal crops are good though weedy. Spring wheat averages about four inches high; oats and barley about three inches high. Rill wheat, is in the boot and fall rye is now in the' reports received from the meteoro- -5- T V f T He filled a in England in 1908 for the LJ3.S. church and after returning had been active m the churcn ;n many organizations, Bishop Palmer closed with the re- mark that the late T. O. King like the man "who had a thousand ____ friends but none to spare." WATES.TON LAKES NATIONAL is still suffering from injuries sus- I The choir sang the closing hymn Ljons elect-1 tained through lacerations and "I Know That My Redeemer Llv- eth." Benediction was offered oy Elder John F. Salmon. Pallbearers Over 800 for Lions District Convention Businesses Open in Park ed their officers for 1946-47 on Fri- j bruises to her legs. day night as follows: Albert Roper. president, to succeed Ernie Haug: j W. Van Moorlehem. vice-president. succeeding N. W. DUatush: R. E. Ayris, secretary-treasurer, succeed- ing Hugh Leavitt: c. R. C- Peters, Lion tamer, succeeding A. H. Hsr- wood: and George Stewart, tail twister, succeeding Harry Reeves. Registrations, according to ad- vance accommodation reservations. is already past the 800 mark for delegates to the Lions district con- vention opening here Thursday. Lion Paul Moreland and Mrs. Moreland of the Raymond club, have been here for the past two weeks. Lion Moreland assisting with final arrangements for welcoming Honor Graduates In Ceremonies BICYCLE REPAIRS 3Z5-7Ih St. S. 330 BRING YOUR BICYCLE to tha best equipped shop in the south. Parts and accessories fo- ?11 makes American. English, earned in BERT Jfc MAC'S 3I5-7th St. 3. Phone 3332. 382 CABINET MAKING Counter Store Fixtures and General Woodworking. _ BARRETT'S EXPERT RADIO APPLIANCE REPAIRS- ALL PAHTS AND WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED. CLARKE PHO-NS 4554. RADIATOR REPAIRS were six grandsons: Morris Herung- j LETHBRIDGE WOODWORKING ybnr family tins of plain milk try them with a delightfully appetizing: rennet-custard made in a jiffy with RENNET POWDER. Sweetened, and in six different flavours. Preserves att the high food value of Tniifc- jmJ adds an appetizing, easy-to-make digestibility that's good for the whole family. THE -JUNKET 133 Kin! SL Toronto, Coiwfe JUNKET RENWEf POMTOER variabie. with considerable rain over the weekend, is clearing and prom- ises to be very favorable fo'r the convention, according to weather la the history of Vauxhall school have graduation ceremonies been more colorful and impressive than the ex- ercises held here on Friday even- ing-. June 14, with Principal Hepp snd Vice-Principal Ringdahl In charge of the program. Most of the high school girls wore beautiful gowns, snd many wore flowers. The hall platform and back- er. Mark Hemnger. Bryans Henmg- er. and Allen. Torn and Ted Fowl- er, with Rachard Hetoiger an hon- orary pallbearer. was m the Raymond cemetery. Chnsterten Bros.. Lethbridge, had'cbarge of ar- rangements. Magratfa To Mark Dominion Day head. Prospects are now for a good hay crop and cutting will com- mence about July 1. Surface and subsoil moisture conditions are re- ported good. ii slow owing to wet weather. Lambing is now over and the crop was good. Shearing is general and many small flocks are finished, wita a better clip than last year. HIKE TO RIVER Chllctress and her pupils hiked to the river Thursday, where they enjoyed a picnic. logical bureau at Edmonton. New business ventures are open- ing up the post-war era of the park and are adding new and much-need- ed features to the business- section. The coSee counter m Bailinacor hotel is being run this year under the name "Vern. Frank and Doug's coffee and is ran by three ex-servicemen from Cardston. El- lison's grocery store has been turn- ed into "Mac's Lunch. operat- ed by Mr. McSweeney of Lethbridge. Van and Dan. Lvbbert of Glenwood minion Dav in Magrath are under the direction of the Second Ward CO. 611-5th Ave. South. Phone 355S. STORE OFFICE household and children's and tovs made. reilnJshed or re-' 416A-3rtt St.'2580- 102 paired. NIc-Nac Shop, South. Phone 3558. RADIATORS LJMTIH) HARHISON-McCORD Radiate? Service. Repairing, clearing, re-ear- ing with original equipment cores. 114-Sth St. S. Phons 4121. 15E5 HOY'S RADLATOK tors cleaned, repaired, recored. De- livery paid on out-of-town worlc 127-3rd St S. Phons 1322 CEMETERY Importers of Scotch Granite, and Italian Marbles. LETHBRIDGE MONTJMENTAL WORKS Pkone 3920. R. Needs, 325-8th St. S. 1632 CONTRACTORS REFRIGERATION RSFSIGSHATION Sales i. S. Jones. Phone 4555. 1906-7th C.. Letabndge. RE-TREADING Re-cappiag and Re-treading Tina. NORTH LETHBRIDGE MOTOM AND ACTO WRECKERS Authorizsd GOODXEAS Dealer. Phone 4268. 1278 NEW LAWNS All necessary material on hand; i fully modern equipment; also lawc ground was beautiful with cut flow- Primary, which body is" sponsoring i ers, potted plants arid ferns with; the events for the osy to assist in j OUQ 1225 colored streamers, candle-light, and the re-decorating of the crescent moons. The work of dec- j Second Ward chapel. The morning orating had been done bv the pupils will be openec bv a parade con- in time siting of children's entries, because The seven graduating students day K primarily for the enter- n tainment of the younger people ._ j Following the parade the crowd will convene at the Assembly Hall for an interesting program, after which dinner will be served on the 12077 Construction Plans and! G. H. Lambert Phone t 322 RETREADING. RECAPPING ASD VULCANIZING "The Mcs1: Mndem and Best 2qulp- ped Shop la the South." J. A. JAKDINE'S TERE STJPPLT. 402-lst Avenue South. Phone 3580. _____________________________1867 ROOFING Fisher. Basil Baiton and Ken ant, who were seated on the plat- grounds. In the afternoon sports form. The program was prefaced by the Choral club singing i foot races for the children bicvcle and a prayer by Rev. Mr. Schnei- f races, tug of war Shetland pony der. Special graduation numbers j races, hundred vard cashes, wo- were the class hisMry read by Elsie j men's races and man versus horse, nave opened a snack bar ana take- Konken. the class prophecy by Fay Otner events too numerous to ELEC1RICAL CONTRACTORS ALL TYPES cf electrical work and repairs by careful workmen. McKen- zie Electric Ltd. Phone 3S37. 1427 PEAKE Jfc PINK Electrical contracting and refngera- be held at the park, featuring tor work. Phone 3329. 514-7th Are. fnr- fVto J SOUttj- Tea write 06006 The great Dr. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Boswell, sip and chat in a London tea house, as Boswell gathers material for his biography of Johnson. tffc tea on your shopping fist out lunches in the theatre building. Betterway Stores of Pincher Creek are operating the Giendell market and a new souvenir shop, with drug sundries, china and curios has been i opened up in the north annex of Dslany's store, operated by W. Coryn of Pincher Creek. I With hotel reservations already i being booked for the season of 1947, indications are that Waterton busi- i ness people and new businesses alike hare an excellent future in store. On Monday afternoon Magistrate Karwood imposed sentence of S100 fine acd costs of the court on Seth Wheeler of who teas con- victed of reckless driving while in- ball game will round out che cay. Dancing in the evening will be en- tOHcated. and of causing bodily i tion's three-fold function, as fitting of one service to his fellow-men. Bawson snd the farewell reply by mention also comprise the after- Estelie HOT. g. The VS.U. report was noon attractions, and at, the corn- given in verse by Jean MacLean. pletion of the sports numbers, a Many merit prizes were present- ed to ail the different grades bv business men of the town and the at the Assembly Home and school local. Mac- -Paul "anner. nephew of 3 Lean as president, nresented the f- ?fr Masrath. .Is nere ss-srat jut business people in person present- j ed the prizes they gave to high I school students- j Inspector Oviatt was present snd gave a short address, commending these carefully planned ,and pre- pared exercises as something more than expected. He stressed educa- Pincher Creek. Mrs. Cndland was struck by the car driven by Wheeler and dragged for several yards, and formers! Pick this HUSKY TIRE f Friendly Canterbury tea! Rich in character and flavor! Truly, tea in the best all to or hot. Write it down on to- day's shopping list. It's it's good! MLENTY OF OO IN MUD AND SNOW Tow powerful troctien and with Dominion Royal Maxtor Grip specially for farm tnrelu. teaching the value and importance of home-making, enabling him to find a successful life vocation. FUNERAL SERVICES FOR LATE A. MYERS (HNS) Funeral ser- vices for A. Myers, well-known old A DEODORANT OF DOUBLE ACTION timer of the Lake McGregor district, east of town, who died in a Calgary hospital Saturday following a brief illness, were held Tuesday after- I noon from the Vulcan United church, Rev. Peter Dawson officiat- ing. j Bom at Zunch. Switzerland, 66 years ago. Mr. Myers came with his parents to toe United States at the j age of five. The family homestsad- ed, in Oklahoma and hi 1905 Mr. Myers came to the Stavelv district, where he fanned for a short period and was employed briefly bv the P. Bums company. The" following year he filed on his homestead" and had continued to farm in the same district since. He was mamed to Miss Lena Fey. at Denver. Colo., in 1S03 and to them were born three children. Surviving Mia are. his wife and son Richard at home: a son. Vernon who Is oil editor on the Calgary Herald, and a daughter. of j New York One brother also 1 survives in Kansas. HELPS PREVENT PERSPIRATION SPOTS AND ODOR WITHOUT IRRITATING THE SKIN ARRID yea double piotcctior. It protects you from persr'-st.on ocor, and helps protect yo'_r frocs ptrspin- j spots. Amd is in odcrftis -with the fine tciu.'e ot a bcaury crcsnu Ic instdndy vjas; results. >ou itc sifc cart enjoy vr .rsclf w' srevcr you arc of either. Protect j vour da.ntincss with Amd. Stan using it today. It is cconoct.cii. BENEFIT DANCE A attended the cJance m the com- munity hall Wednesday rush: spon- by the Betlaw ioca! of ihe Aibona Farmers' Union for the benefit of a resident -aho is still a patifnt, In the Taoer Municipal nos- pitaJ SLEEP Notice the rigid to open, handier to use. With sturdy innerhmns to help moisture cut flavor in. Also in tea bags. tfe foadtfton, anterbury Featured at SAFEWAY STORES, LIMITED DOMINION ROYAL Master Grip ARRID J. A. JARDINE'S TIRE SUPPLY 402 FIRST AVENUE SOUTH LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA PHONE 3580 We Carry a Full Line of Tractor Tires Complete Tire Service lorgeil Deodorort If TOU don't sleep veil if mjhU mter- nipifd reitieuneu !ook to your kid- If your kidneji are out of enter snd to deazue the Mood of pouoiu xnd your reil n loo. Tlwo u the tune Kidney Piftt. Wp your ludnej. get rid of trouble- oulin; poiwru tad Wp restore them to asrtVm. See how much better you red at how touch you feel IB the mominj. Get ind use Kidney FiQ E jr'enor Bnrish Col- i ___ ________________________ c- o: __ zai" ir i grort Stop Serijce. 4th Sx phone 4Z67. sen Ml aacito- rehab stud" and of "f tra ing and talents T'r.ev then a survey of available joas and pos-- uions and :o place the man where he can i nBfttful position i Mr. V.'ai'-cer s'ated that, educatlon- i a! training u.t? avaiUble for injur- ed veterans desinna: special knowl- edge in that brunch of industry m they ire interested The cost j of these courses are borne by the 1 government. 560 _ EVjert Watch and Clock MAC'S WATCH SHOP. 1572 r----- Phon? 3339 for PortaKe Welding serve and fill his Prornnt Service. Guaranteed Work Richard's Weldiaz, 4th St S. 1251 SPAPFRf We change the neel rims of tract- or wheels to suitable for rubber WELDED PRODUCTS 210 1st Avenue. Phone 2544 F WSP ;