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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1946 "Speed the Peace" Theme Of Women's Institute Conference At Vulcan 28th an- nual conference of Little Bow con- stituency. Alberta Women's Insti- tute was held in the Legion hall. Vulcan, on June 15. the theme be- ing "Speed the Peace." There were sis branches in attendance. Mrs. R. A. Clements, constituency convener, presided, with Mrs. A. W. Maisey as secretary. The hon- ored guests were- Mrs. Morton of Vegreville, provincial president, and Mrs. Hutchison of Warner, district- director. The meeting was opened at ajn. with the usual ritual, and was addressed briefly by Mayor Allan, welcomed the gathering. Greet- ings were extended to all visitors 'after which reports of the six "branches. Champion. Kirfccaldy. Good Deeds. Barons. Thigh Hiil Reid Hill, were given. A resolution committee was ap- pointed, after which several inter- esting papers on agriculture and Canadian industry, citizenship, so- V Belt DRIVES A inch. to 10 in. U 100 in. B inch. to 19 in. to 100 in. We also design and sup- ply multiple belt drives. Stocks now fairly complete. MCKENZIE Electric Ltd. PHONE 3637 MaD and phone orders civeB prompt attention. cial welfare, handicraft and house- hold economics were read. Addresses by Mrs. Hutchisoa and Mrs. Mortoa were much enoyed and proved educatwuaL Mrs. Morton remarked that the WX is the larg- est and Saesi womea's organiza- tion, reaching around the world, and that the Alberta WJ. is. inde- pendent, receiving no government support. There are WJ. members in Canada as compared Calgary Man Speaks At Clareshobn Meeting (HNS) Retail Merchants association held a supper meeting hi the banquet room of the Queen's hotel on Monday eve- ning when the special speaker was J. A. Armstrong of Moore's Busi- ness Forms, Calgary. Mr. Arm- strong urged the merchants to keep up to date in matter of display of goods and to always be on the look- out for new ways of displaying goods and always to be concerned about knowing "what goods are in stock. He asserted that it was a. false idea to think that the day of the smaller retailer will ead in the up- DISTRICT NEWS PAGE tiva Busy Southern Alberta TENDEKED SHOWFR .in. the usioa may be seen daily] DEL inis-! passing through and stopping over! Lions Sponsoring Vulcan Rodeo Wffliam A. Ftwler Buried, MediciM Hat celianeous shower was held for Mrs. H. Graveland last, week at the home of E. Lacgworthy. Mrs. A. Blarn- payne was the hostess. The popu- larity of the newlyweds was shown by the large attendance and the numerous useful gifts presented. A delightful lunch was served by the MEDICINE (Special) large number of residents of the Whitla, Seven Persons and Wiani- i fred districts joined with the sor- since the end of hostilities. During the program was sfternooa presented i a varied j that a large percentage of the busi- a the hands hostess. FIAXO RECITAL School Displays Draw AdriratJM in a piajjo recital in the United cilurch on Monday evening. The church was friends singing, dancing and musical num- bers. A splendid display of handi- craft was shown and judged. The next. conference will be held in Champion in with the Kirk- caldy branch assisting. FAMILY REITXIOX and Mrs- Earl Collins had as guests lor the past, iwo weeks Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Collins. Mr. and Mrs. John Col- lins and family, Mr. and Mrs. X. D. Sarrett and family of Bremerton, Wash., and Mr. and Mrs. R. Rung of Buffalo. Mont- While here they all motored to a brother's home. U. D. Collins of Etzikom. where a family re-union was held ihe first time "in 15 years to be all together. VACATION AT COAST I DEL and i Mrs. C. Collet took the T.C.A. for j Vancouver last Friday, for a. vaca- tion at the coast. jjm and relatives of the young per- the! formers, many of whom were play- L-.e recital. Henrv H. A. meeting in the absence of the presi- j dent H. A. Ferguson. Delegations were present- from Grauum and i Siarely. Discussion took place about j the possibility of co-ordinating store hours in the three towns in con- formity with the proposed work- ing hour regulations of the provin- cial government. No agreement was reached and the matter was left in abeyance until the government regulations are known. The re- tailers agreed to decorate stores for the stampede. j Waacfc contributed Chopin's Polo- FICVIC Sheila Huicfainson. June An- derson, Millard Rice. Mildred Glims- dale, Arnold Stange. Joyce Ander- son. Leroy Anderson. Jay Trons- The and Teachers" Association held a j meeting at the Hudson school on j Iverson. Thursday night. Arrangements were made to hold a school picnic on Jean Lasi Aadrev Jonnson, Janet. Maiscn arid Arnold Waack. Janet Marosn and Jean, Waack piaved a piano duet with Brahms' Wa'ltz in A Fiat Ma- jor. GRANOI VISITORS asd Mrs. I Frank Venne have been enjoying a. Parent i visit wit. in town. Many visitors have re- j for tbe rowing relatives in Ifott's chapel in t I .JA.. tn nav tlViT had on display the projects APPOINT DELEGATES The Hudson Local held a meeting a; the- (HNS) __ ThelHudson Thursday night. Hfrayrt i UKOOrtfiHv were SSCcl-iu J t it tend the convention at. Turin on June 20 are Charlie Foote. Art Hud- son and R. F. Brewia. The committee appointed to make arrangements for aa U.F_A. picnic to be held at the Grassv River are Mrs. Art Hudson, Mrs. Daisy Dan- fortfi. John Hart, and Jack Hinni- burga. Severai novelty features will also: j be offered, one which promises fun 5jv being the greasy-pig contest, open __age from aublic Sighs was sungi Mgh the girls drrtd- 5. L. Wilson. ing the honors with she boys. Pre- beautiful Soral sesiad for public inspection DISAPPOINTED WITH PRICES calves sale. First- went. :o Joseph. Dcvle. second to Maxine Perrin. third to Jimmy McNao. The boys and girls were disappointed in the prices bid by buyers, the best calf selling for 25 cents a pound. MIDWAY PLANNED CARDSTON (HNS) C. B. Mrs. C. Secretan. Mrs. R. Mrs. Brenton. program George Verhaest, Cecil John' commendable woodwork, ccasisaing Koenig. Willlara Babe and Edward j of mainly lathe work and gluing. althoueh jig saw projects were also in evidence. Arranged about the gyni also were tinsmith work, ar- i tistic metal decorating, garden dec- far- economics sewing were with, the six i glris. with some very lovely cushica. June 28. The committee appointed were Ray Hart, Henry Danforth, Charlie Foote and Fred Sproule. for Goodness sake- Try Red Rose REDROSE is good tea" years he taught public schools covers displaying the use of Durleu 01 Innisfail arrived here on Tuesdav to visit Mrs. Durleu's father, "Mr. Williamson. Sr., who is a patienr. in Claresholm hospitaL ATTEND CONTENTION (HNS) Mr. ar.d Mrs. A. L. Howg left, early Sunday morning for Calgary, where they leave their donations at the will attend the Postmasters' Con- office, vention being held in thai city this HOME-SCHOOL GROtTP The Sadies evening. A large number were in whitla. Woolford and othe- points of Sewing Circle are in charge attendance and more person join- TJJ 1926. he retired froni leachm" of the district work in the Nation- j ed at this time. Miss Jaaies' class and farmed with his brother C al Clothing coUection commencing j presented a short, program, which Fowler, half a mile south of Whitla today. All donors of clothing for all enjoyed. Report on the com- ,-here he resided until his death this worthy cause are requested to msmsty sale was giver., and .Mis. rho T Several cases of whooping cough have been reported in the town in the last week, with several of those afflicted being of school age. DEL BONTTA (HNS> The Home and School association'held week. Mr. and Mrs. Howk will be awav for about a week, and after ihe" convention closes will visit friends and relatives in innisfail before reluming home. BENEFICIAL RAINS __ j about discufsion of owner- lip on the rest of the south coun- slliP- Lhe Ss- try. Del Bocita and Twin River got post J. T. Graham was appointed as treasurer to succeed Mrs. St. Clair. who expects to leave for her new home shortly. The nest meeting will be held on the lasc Monday in ijijvi j 34111 iC-SU trlV iilOIig LILLS its annual meeting June 18. in the September. It was decided to give ane. He was- always willing to help Friday. During the last. J years, he was deeply interested in Shon-hom stock, and had built, up j a good herd of Shis class of cat-tie. He was also verv interested in poll- tics, and rend extensively along this; school house. The lighting plant the association installed in the school a prize to the most proficient pupil ve'rv beneficial rains on Sunday. June 16, that have brought great rejoicing from the farmers. TOURIST TRAVEL HEAVY PINCHER At times the town of Pincher Creek I takes on the appearance of z. small city and traffic actually becomes j congested at, times. Hundreds of tourists" cars from nearly every state division is the property owner which automatically makes improvements to the nroperty of the division. The question of the taking over the plant was discussed, wich the following motion passed: That the division "pay 50 per cent of the costs of the plant, wiring and batteries. and the divisional board be re- sponsible for the upkeep. "Mrs. S. "Woods save a report to in grades seven, eight and nine at the commencement exercises June 21. RAIN BADLY NEEDED his and give them tha j benefit of his experiences. A grad- j uate of Brandon Agricultural Col-1 Parade To Open Claresholm Rodeo x-rp. ir. Tnnri rnnHJ-inri iiii suuuen pass- WB1C3. are to oe neia on though LES tw at Al-: The Sportsman's Club dLstricf to maitSfn hambra. California, and Clayton of Stauufer as president. _h throughout the district, to maintain crop growth. this city. Graduation Held At Gknwood GLENWOOD. CLARKSHOLM. CHNS) lege. he held the degree of Bache- j plans are well advanced for the fh. i tor of Arts. Claresholm Stamuede and races. in tnis. c to mourn his sudden pass- i which are to be held on June 26th. with. S. has been at work for several months arranging for the program. The Men's Club has been co-operating in arrange- ments. Proceedings will start with a par- ade at when most of the mer- chants in town will enter floats and manv of the organizations will compete for prizes. "Fred Seymour the parade chairman. The town school band wiil head ihe parade A farmers' j with a full complement of drum pipe cand will also town, under the George Ring- Friday Farmers' Union To Be Formed direction of the" "students" Union i district. Although a permanent or- ross. has erected a huge arch on executive i ganizatiqu will not be formed until Main Street which is reminiscent of pre-war celebrations. REELS RODS Aluminum Fly Reel with ratchet 30 yds. capacity, Each J Steel Fly Reel, capacity 30 yds. Adjustable ratchet. j Each ip-talO Kickel plated, fly reel, 25 yards capa- city. Here's your big opportunity to get a genuine Ricaarcson Sod. Better hurry. The supply Is limited. LURES executive. A banquet was held in Van- Dan's Cafe with tables set for the graduating ciass. their parents, teaching staff and outgoing and in- coming officers of the Students' tTnion. The tables were beautifully decorated with flowers in the school colors, purple and gold, the hand- made place cards and programs carrying out the same colors. Master of ceremonies. Grover Thomas, in- troduced the speakers. Chester As- pluad gave the main address. Graduates were: Flora Lybbers. Jacqueline Nelson. Clark Leavitt. Say Greene. Bob Harker. Cleoa Smith, Doug Leavitt, Keith Olsen. After the banquet a dance was held in ihe hali. a later date when more are able to i attend, there were 57 farmers who j Fallowing the parade the stam- joined the union. pede program will get nnrit-r way afc Douglas Paxman was temporary i the Fair Grounds with R. of chairman and Mrs. T. W. Meldrum j Caigarv as the manager. There secretary The opening talk was also be a program of horse racing given by Mrs. Pharis of Magrath. j during the afternoon. who Is the secretary of District 12 j the AJ'.IJ. Ken Long of Cardston. T-aE Crillon Shows will provide amUsements and rides. "The who is district, organizer, gave an Men-s Ciub. with W. C. Harwood. address. "Needs of the Organization j manager, and W. J. Collett. as in Alberta." j undertaken to supply VIce-President James Jackson of tils refreshment booth. A-F.U. gave a lengthy adoress re- d SPORTING EXTRAS SOFTBALLS 85c 95c SLEEPING BAGS all urool Each Bronson Anti-Back Lash REELS A fine precision light weight reel that has the approval of discriminating fishermen. Onlv a limited number. Eiderdown. Each Tennis Racquets up Tennis Balls, 1946 official, each SOc Golf Balls, each 35c 45 C and 85c Tackle Boxes AU-metal tackle boxes trith cantilever irav. Fiat Fish casting size. Assorted ors. Bach Fiat Fish Fly Hod size. Assorted colors. Each Assorted plug Each Plastic plug baits each Minnows baits cut lead. Each LINES Newtons airline fly casting line. Braided of Dupont Nylon. Enamel finish. A dandy. 25 yd. length. Each Other 35c 50 baits with 95c 45c Ijnes up Knapp-Monarch ELECTRIC FANS A great hot weather friend is this top quality electric fan. Equipped with a reliable motor that give years of faithful service. Umited quantity. Get yours now. Each Cteevuuue A Big Opportunity to Save! Better Hurry! You will find exceptionally good values In this group of clearance specials, limited on some items. "We suggest that you shop early. Quantity Is CARPET BEATERS CUTLERY BOXES PLATED WIRE PIE RACKS LUNCH BOXES CORK MATS ROLLER TOWEL BARS TABLE MIRRORS While they last! Each only 190 SPINNERS Devon >Ennows......... 75C Red Devil Tempter...... 40c FInted Baits 3OC Kidney Baits 3Oc Stewart Spinners 30c Bear Valley Spinners 25C FISHLNG BAGS Hudson Heads Home-School Body the rights of the farmer, buying ard selling powers through the organisation and the benefits de- rived. Those present- were strongly In I favor of a district farmers' union. and a modern dance at the Squad- ron hall. LEAVE FOR B.C. SOUTH nnd a "permanent organization will feel be set up in the near future.. Nelson and other points In B.C. Theres great value in this big roomy waterproof fishing bag. Will carry your hirut and has ex- tra compartment for tackle. Each RECEIVE DONATION ladies of the Hudson district gave a dona- j tion to the Parent and Teachers; Association. The funds were used to buv soorts equipment for the i CLARESHOLM. fHNSi S. L. Hudson "school children. The Hudson was elected president of i equipment consisted of fastball sup- the Claresholm Home and School plies, boxing gloves, games and j Association at the June meeting football. These will be greatly ap- i held in the I.O.O.F. hall on Wed- predated by the children of the I nesday. He will succeed Rev. W. J. district. Mrs. Art Hudson enter- Collect who has held the office dur- j tained the club on Thursday af- j ir.e the past vear. Other members i ternoon. Most of the members were j of the executive elected were: Hon- j present, also one visitor. A com- j orary president. Princioal E. L. Pitt; mittee was appointed to make up first vice-president. Mrs. J. Oviatt; a number of parcels consisting 01 second vice-president. Mrs E. L. new material to be sent to j Pitt: secretary. Miss Rita Bell: RJUV. The club will discontinue treasurer. C- V. Bennett. Con- i their meetings until aeptemoer. veners of various committees have vet to be appointed. The meeting heard a financial report of a sur- i plus of nearly S300 In the treasury j and voted to pay 3200 to help the j school buy a movie projector. I I The feature of the meeting was the display of work done in tha' household economics classes and in 1 classes in industrial arts. The large numbers of splendidly wrought articles were arranged on tables about the hail. Following the meet- tag the girls of the household econ- omics classes modelled the dresses that they made durlrg the year in the form of a fashion show. Miss Marjory Morrison piaved piano music during the parade. Mrs. E. Frogge. the home economics teach- er, and A. J. the in- structor in industrial arts, present- ed prizes for the vear's work. An- gelina Penn won the award as top sfjdent In home economics 1 and Doris Donaldson won the award for the best needlework. The prize for the student showing the most progress during the rear was given to Mariorie Weech. The best all- round shon student for the year was Leonard Rice. Arnold S-ange re- ceived the award for the best student in industrial arts in grades 8 and 9. Mr. Schmeidl made a spe- cial award to the two girls in gen- eral shon coins outstanding work. Francis Wannamaker and Bernice McAllister. At the conclusion of the meetsnc household economic students served tea in the recreational hall. WELDING FOR PORTABLE or SHOP WELDING Phone 3899 Richards Welding 323-3rd St S. Lethbridse CUT FLOWER VASES 9Sc ATTENDS Lovely crystal glass vases with hand painted decoration. Ideal for the dis- play of garden grown flowers i OCNS President' or the Cardston Rotary dub. S. M.; Peterson attended the Rotary con- i vention held at Jaspfr- this week. Accomnanyins him were his wife and Mr. and Mrs. Dee Card. J, FLAX RETXION YOU ALWAYS DO BETTER AT SPRDCG i Planning a family reunion for July when the family wli: all be together i for the first time in years. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Boeuchen have as their j guests ROW: Mr. and Mrs. Frank i Wallace and two children, Mrs. i Marie Chamberlain and son. all of i Long Beach Calif.; also Mr. and Mrs. Joe Challenger, Mr. ar.d Mrs.; i Jim Challenger and three children, j I of Claresholm. Their other daugh- j ter, Vema. and her husband, will I arrive this week from California. J j There will be 22 children and grand- I children preseat at the reunion. I I I I 1 I 1 I I I 1 I I 1 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I WHAT... YOU HAVEN'T "There's no need to have the same old things for breakfast! Thought everybody knew about KRUMBLES do try them NOW yoa cart enjoy shredded whole wheac in an SASY-TO-EAT form! Keliogg's Krumbles are shredded, curled, to-eat instantly. Nothing to fuss -with before you serve! Even the flavour is different I It's a hearten- ing flavour that only Kellogg's can capture. MORE NOUR- ISHMENT in every spoonful! Your grocer has Krumbles now. Get a couple of packages the next time you shop. Made in London, Canada, they are different! .'SPAPERf ;