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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JUNE 24, 1946 District Governors Elected PRESENTATIONS MADE AT LIONS CONVENTION AT WATERTON PARK WATERTON LAKES NATIONAL .Across the Mr. PARK. A fare- well party was held in the King Edward Hotel in Femie recently in honor of Harry Miard. who recently retired from his position as safety mine inspector, after serving in that capacity for the past 27 years. He was the guest of honor of the Crow's Ness. Pass Coal Co., includ- ing the official staffs from both Michel and Femie a banquet. when over 80 persons were present, i _______ Thomas Ewart of Fernie and secre- daughter Carley of Taber. Mr. and j tarv of the C.N.P.C. Co. acted as Mrs. Aubrey Earl, former Bam- u-ellites. were also in attendance j i METCRX FKOM CONVENTION I BARNWELL. (HNS) Dele- gates for the June convention at Salt Lake City froca this district returned from a successful session of MXA. and Primary meetings. For five years during war restric- tions these annual meetings have nos been held, but with the with- drawals of gas rations, etc., people Hocked to the convention. Flor- ence Asplund represented the Barn- well Primary Association. Thea Jensen and Luella LeBaron also attended but mostly the MJ.A. meetings, Mrs. Ernest and accompan President Sheet Metal and Roofing Contracts. __ _. ji on June is tractors Furnace and Eavestrough, Repairs- federal loan regulations.! pea viners out. from the Taber can- i 1828 tnjf STtrt I fipiri iGtfitlOnS, i summer months. CLOTHING COLLECTION CARDSTON. (HSS) A suc- cessful clothing drive was carried on in Cardsson Wednesday with nearly three tons of clothing beta? collected. The drive was sponsored 1 bv- the local Rotary Club, assisted! by the Lions Club. Relief Society and nery premises to field ijen with the machines are ia full bloom and that the pea, harvest will start by the end of; Wreckers. June or the first week in July. 3rd St Corner of 4ih aid Phone 'ALL WORK CAKETCU.Y IKMCft J. Brcwn, care Jfcaical __________Supplies, City. FITIIKG FRED HI a. speciality. St. S. Phone 2735. 1331 IJES BRCCHET Palnyins. Paper- 329-lltb St- S- PJiose 354 AVIATION mEsransDirriEs i KEPLER AVIATION _CHARTER dghtsarfng trips. FJy- Anderson resumed her duties sk. Medicine Hat. having been on vacation Phone 3330 or 4338. 1417 and Ladies' Aid. The town hall was i at bp.-" home here for the the collecting depot and will be j month. open till June 29. The ladies were _-------------------------- in charge of the advertising, son- j ing and packing, and the clubs the FAREWELL OCCASION JLfl "RAV past, BEAUTY FAKLORS CALL WEST-BROOK'S BEAUTY PARLOR for your gathering. Aboa; 40 Boy Scouts went along with the 12 cars andj wciii, aiuii6 .iic SEVEN trucks Wednesday to make the col- i Ignatius and Mrs. Bracken enter- lection, which included shoes, i iained Monday afternoon, hononng Hair Do. All work guaranteed. Phoce 3352. 007 zone these being Harden, Mont., Macleod and Bellevue. Presentation of a beautiful pic- ture was also made to Waterion's retiring president, Lion "Ernie" Haug. Delightful entertainment con- tinued throughout the afternoon. Choteau. Mont., Lions put on an amusing hat stunt, awarding the four contestants with hand-made leather belts, made by a blind member of their club. During the luncheon autographed copies of Clarence E. Cunningham's song "Just Across the Border" were sold, the funds to go towards the expenses of the quartette when they will attend the national convention of Lions in Philadelphia, Pa., next; month. The luncheon closed with the singing of the National Anthems of Canada and United States. Earlier in the day a breakfast of incoming presidents and secretary- treasurers of all clubs was held at the Prince of Wales hotel, Lion Oliver Elliott of Lethbridge acting as chairman. Lions District Gov- ernor Marshall Murrav and Can- ada's Lion President, Warren. Mel- ville were speakers. As on the night before, the main speaker was Lion Eugene Briggs, third international vice-president. and welcomed the guest of honor. The ooening address was given by Thos." Wilson of Femie and manager of the C.N.P. Coal Co.. who outlined .Mr. Miards life his- torv. This included being every- thing from a college professor, farmer, miner, a nrisoner of war in World War I to a safety mine in- spector. Other speakers who highly praised the work of the retiring safely mine inspector included chief inspector of mines. J. Dick- son, of Victoria. B.C., who on be- half of the mining department and mining inspectors of B.C. present- ed Mr. Miard with a beautiful aluminum Wolf safety lamp and a set of pipes. Wm. Chapman, superintendent of Michel Colliery. James Littler, VISITORS AT MONARCH MONARCH. (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Karl Markus. Sr, were pleas- antly surprised this week when Mrs. Markus' brother and his wife came to spend a holiday here. They are Mr. and'Mrs. Conrad Bitter of Fresno, California. Mrs. Markus has not seen her brother for 40 years. TRANSFERRED TO XOBLEFORD NEWLANDS. (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. H. Thomson and family are leaving the district on June 2fe. Mr. Thomson has been local eleva- tor man here for the past 12 years. He has been transferred to Noble- ford. Both Mr. and Mrs. Thomson take an active part in district doings and will be greatly missed. LADIES' AID MEETS NEWLANDS. (HNS) The Newlands Club meeting this month_ was held at the home ol airs. Gwillinrs, ait members semg present. Bazaar articles were ec out to members to sew. travelling with Mr. and VOGUE BEAUTY SHOF 408-13th Street North. The Latest ia Hair Styling. Phor.e 2287. 824 BABY BUGGY REPAIRS BABY BCGGY wheels reared, re- the death paired and trued. Sevice while you 1 of Mr. Swanson in 1936 Mrs. Swan- from Canada. The visit at radio station KSL with Verda Mae Fuller, former Barnwell student, was a highlight with her report of a recent New York trip as she visited ABC stu- dio an affiliate with KSL where she is script writer. At the "Try and Find Me" show at ABC Verda Mae won the bis laush of j f wee's will see the wind-up of beet Clinton with members of the fad- thinning for another year, and, Uy. __________ conditions are promising. Farmers j are again scanning the skies for. showers which are needed for the! heaw growth. Wheat sown early is i SEVEN PERSONS. BERT MAC'S 315-Tth St. S. Phone 3232. 381 MARK ANNIVERSARY iHNSi BICYCLE REPAIRS in the shot blade. _____ ____ Friends and neighbors seme 50 gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Anderson Sun- j day afternoon surprising them on j CARMANGAY. (KNS> will attend the agriculture school short course at Olds. BRING YOCR BICYCLE to t best equipped shop in the south. Parts and accessories for all makes -C.C-iJL. American, English, carried !n stock. BERT Jfc MAC'S 3I5-7th St. S. Phone 3232. 332 interior asd Exterior Decorator. Modem Ecuipmest. WELLINGTON BB.OS, "The Decor- ators." Est. 1907. For phone S472. Res. 6ll-10th St. 3- 1K3 FIANO TTNIXG GERARD HOEKSTRA Phone 3353. Ave, 2f. 1963 RADIO REPAIRS BARRE' EXPERT RADIO AFPLtANCS REPAIRS- ALL PARTS AND WORKMANSHIP GTJARANT2SD. CLARKE 3LK. PHON3 4554. 1526 KEPLER'S GtfARANTEED REPAJB3 TO ALL MAKES RADIOS. HEARING AIDS and APPLIANCES. 322A Tth St. S. Phone 4358. 1178 CABINET MAKING Mrs Lewis Harris of Chin, returned convention and her Salt Lake trip bv plane with her daughter, Mrs. Earl Peterson of Cardston. superintendent of the Elk River j STJRVEY FOR SEWER SYSTEM Colliery at Femie, Joe Haile of, TA3EP (HNS) The town Femie. Barney Caufield of Femie and Clem Snibbs of Calgary were on the long list of speakers for the evening. The was made by concluding speech Wm. Whittaker of Fernie, who presented the guest of honor on behalf of the Crow's Nest- Pass Coal Co. with a beautiful en- graved gold watch. Mr. Miard expressed his deep appreciation of what had been said and done for him. and said that during his 27 years as safety mine inspector he had. only tried" to do his duty as he saw fit. Other guests were J. Dickson of Victoria, B.C.. Mine Inspector Mit- chell from Nelson. B.C., Boiler In- spector Denham of Vancouver. B.C., and Clem Stubbs, commissioner for the Western Coal Operators of Cal- gary. Mr. position as safety mine inspector is being taken over bv a former Michel official, Robert Bonar, Jr. Graduation Exercises Held At Barnwell BARNWELL. A grad- uation exercise for grade 12 was held recently at the Barnwell hall, with an appreciative audience. Principal Gordon Mowat was chair- man and gave the address of wel- come. Grant Jensen, teacher In charge of physical training, reported and presented the cups and diplomas to students who gained recognition at the recent field day in Barnwell. and the Caroston track rneet May 24, Navee Harris won the girls' cup. David Stevens the boys' cup for highest scores. Mrs. Hazel Tan- ner and Mrs. Georgina Anderson council has engaged David Ripley CBTTIXG HAY MAGRATH. ers in the diitric Counter Store Fixtures and General Woodworking. LETHBRIDGE WOODWORKING CO. 611-6th Ave. South. Phone 3558. ________________ S44 CARMANGAY. (HNS) The! STORE AND OFFICE FIXTURES, home of Mrs. Gust Greene household and children's furniture St. 102 rprA-c-i scene of a pleasing shower honor- j toys made, reflnlshed or birict are startmg: to j Mrs. Wm. Hamilton vnee j paired. 415A-3ra Sff3' 1 had Hp th? recent rain storms. nf 41f4Tfrs iiau of Calgary to conduct a preliminary j mostly ox alfalfa, ana are c and fce making of survey6 on a proposed sewer system I oloom .ae boofc pnjvided ment. after which the gifts were wheeled in a gaily decorated buggy by Jay Owsley and Sandra Moore. PRIZES GO TO PUPILS Of ELOCUTION TESTS VUI-CAN. (HNS) A coinpe- j I Htion in public speaking and elocu- j tion by the pupils of Reid Hill: school, under auspices of the Reid TTjTi Wi, was held on Monday afternoon, and well attended by j parents and friends. A wide and j varied nrogram was presented and judged bv Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Daw- son and airs. Ross Walker. The two ,r teachers, ilrs. Miller and Mr. Kum- Im. took par_t in the program of musical selectioas. Prizes were awarded as Grade one. Emily Earby. Ronald Simms and Cyril Rebalkto; grade two. Gerry McKay, Bobbie Darin and Grace Booth; grade three. Winevs Speer. Marlene Kirby and Sophia Kaiser: grade four, Joan Thomas, Marlene Orchard and' Kaiser; grade five, Meith Healy, ilelita Geschwendt and Donnie Roebuck; grade six. Frances Mclntyre, ISTorma Gerding and Al-' vin Larkins: grade seven, Goldie Deal. Jaqueline Crick. Walter Roe- buck; grade eight, Marion Booth, Jean Smith and Bob Healy. HUGE MUSHROOM Following the viewing of the gilts a delicious lunch was served. __________ SEYEJST spurred to its best efforts by recent rains. a big mushroom weighing 2 13 oz. was found recent- up by Eric Edler. It mess- ured approximately 15 inches ia diameter. Mr. Edler two years ago brought in 2 mush- VISITING AT MICHEL NATAL, B.C. (HNS) R. Taylor, Sr., and son, Barney, from Vancouver, are present visitors at Michel, where Mr. Taylor is spend- gave "two vocal duets'with the au- ing his holidays with his three sons dience joining in with "School living at MicneL Miss Helen Hyde gave a for Goodness sake-Try Red Rose REDROSE "is good tea" reading. The graduating class comprised of David Stevecs. Elaine Bullock, Arlerse Johnson, Gordon LeBaron. Grant Johnson. Doral Kemper. Na- dene Johnson. Kenneth Irving, Garth Harris and Murray String- ham. Inspector Oviatt, former teacher of these students, address- ed them as to their future course and obligations. The next five years, he stated, would be the most important of their lives, more weight will be on their shoulders as they will be branching out injo fields in various localities, making decisions which entire lives. will affect their ARRIVES HOME NEW DAYTON. Miss Marion Ross of Queen's University. Kingston. Out., has been the guest of her mother. Mrs. J. W, Ross. Miss Ross will be leaving shortly for New York, where she will take a summer course at Columbia TJni- versity. HONOR BRIDE-TO-BE NATAL. B.C. (HNS) A shower took place in the Legion hall at Michel recently in honor of Miss Mildred Thomason of Michel, who became a June bride to Mr. Rav Marchi, also of Michel. The shower was well attended arid the guest of honor was the recipient of many beautiful presents. IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA NEW DAYTON. (HNS) Mrs. H. D. Riggs of Morden, Manitoba, and fonnerlv of New Dayton, is visiting at the home of Mrs. Dave Drake. FROM SASKATOON NEW DAYTON. (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. W. Stratford of Sassa- tcon Sask.. arrived on Friday and are to be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Grant Carnine for several weess. i a little one. smaller Importers of Scotch Granite Italian Marbles. LETHBRIDGE MONUMENTAL WORKS Phone 3920. R. Needs. 325-8th St. S. 1632 ENROUTE TO TEXAS CONTRACTORS NEW IAWXS All necessary material on NEWLANDS. (HNS) Mr. All necessary material on hand; and Mrs. Fred Sandy were visitors I fully modern equipment; also lawn in the district from "Dawson Creek j mowers and clippers sharpened. A. lass weekend. Mr. Sandy was en- i Bachman. Lawn Contractor, Phone route to Texas, having purchased a i 2110.___ ____________________122S combine harvester. He plans oa i BUILDING. Construction Plans and harvesting in the United States j Supervision. G. H. Lambert. Phone Phone 3232 BERT Jfc MAC'S Where they build up the performance of TOUT the Charges- 315-7th St. S. ______380 RADIATOR REPAIRS RADIATORS LIMITED HARRISON-McCORD R2d.ia.tor Service. Repairing, cleanfcg. re-cor- ing with original ecuiomest cores. 114-Sth St. a Phone 4121. 1583 ROY'S RADIATOR tors cleaned, repaired, recored. livery paid on ouc-of-sown work. Roy Kemp. 327-3rd St. 3- Phone 2685. _______1522 REFRIGERATION REFRIGERATION Sales Service. I. E. Jones. Phone 4555. 1906-7th Ave. C-. Lethbridge. 154 RE-TREADING Be-eapning and Re-treading Tires. XORTH LETHBRIDGE MOTORS AND AUTO WRECKERS Authorized GOODYEAR Dealer. Phase 4268. 1270 until his croo is readv ai Dawsoa Creek. Mrs. Sandy is staying with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Langhofer. of 2Q77. 323 ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS of electrical work and accommodation ALL repairs bv zie Electric Ltd. Phone 3637. 0 C T 0 PEAKE i PINK Electrical contracting and refrigera- tor work. Phone 3929. 5I4-7th Ave. 'South. U3 Campbell loans REBER ELECTRIC. St. S. Electrical Contractors. Radios and Appliances repaired. Phone 4574. 1898 FARM LIGHTING HO volt and 32 volt, engine driven or wipd driven, with o- without batteries. AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY CO. 205-lOth St. S. Phone 3848 or 3758. 1720 FLOOR SANDING RETREADING. RECAPPING AS "The Most Modem and Best Scnsip- ped Shop in the South." J. A. JARDIJrE'S IIRE StTPPtr. 402-lst Avenue South. Phone 35SO- 165T ROOFING CHARLTON HILL 304-9th St. S. Fsone 2599 16S7 ROOFING. Siding and Insulatloa. Reg. Jones and Hex Dace, Phone 4550 1333 REPAIRS 24 Hour Service oa Afi Makes of Small GAS-ENGINES LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES Mavtag Sales and Service. 317-3th Street South. Phone 4456. 389 SEWING MACHINES WE REPAIR all makes of Work guaranteed. Singer Sewing Machtoe Co.. 620 3rd Ave. S. Ffcone 2243. 821 IT'S A BAD YEAR for BUGS! SO DON'T MISS THE OPPORTUNITY TO SECURE ONE OF OUR NEW MASS EY-H ARRIS POTATO SPRAYERS Traction drive. 12-nozzle booms. Booms are adjustable from 28 inches to 36 inches. imperial gallons. These sprayers may also be adapted for use on row crops other than potatoes. ONLY A LIMITED NUMBER AVAILABLE. GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES LTD. 1621 THIRD AVE. S. LETHBRIDGE Here's the better, safer way to get ready cash. For yoor pro- tection. Campbell Loans in- clude Life Insurance to corer the onoaid loan balance. In case of death voor family Is thus relieved or all obligation foe yoor loan. Toe complete balance is automatically paid off by the insurance company. Campbell Finance Corporation is the only toao company to provide this valuable protec- tion. And there is NO EXTRA COST for this outstanding feature. For your jtreatec coarenieace, Campbell Finance allow repay- ment terms up to 20 and 24 months On loans S30O and ap 20 months are and 24 months for loans and np. This means that you can repay yoar loan in nomiaal monthly amounts on a soundly planned basis. With the hign lerel of taxes and increased cost of liTing. longer Campbell terms are most helpful xn systematic debt reduction. From oor many repayment plans a qualified Campbell ex- pert can help yon to choose just the rieht one to fit your special needs. costs now the lo-west level in oar his- tory. Only giv'cn here, of bow pracnal It- is to borrow at Campbell finance. For details on any amount from 52O to J1OOO pfaone or fisit our nearest office. Reraerober, Life losur- ance protecrioa is included ia all quotations. It costs yon nodiinjc extra. PriTats joterricw rooms are always aTaiiable to zllow the greatest freedom foe discossioa. Campbell Finance pro-rides a -wider choice for borrowers with four different types of loans. Married couples can borrow money quickly without endorsers. Loans on your signature only (up arc fast and simple to get. Also loans on various common types of security require no endor- sers. From our four kinds of loans yoa on easily select 2 plan that will fill reaujrc- msnt. Of ail the people ia Canada who borrow from licensed lenders. 1 out of every 4 uses Campbell specialists in personal loans for over IS years. FLOORS SANDED AM> FINISHED LORSE LONG. PHONE 2565. We welcome out of town business. 90 SEWTNG SERVICE FLOOR SPECIALIST Floors Laid. Sanded and Finished. All Work Guaranteed. PERCY HAMILTON Old Floors and Stairs Made New. 20 Years Experience. 137-14th St. N. Phone 2532. 1174 MERRICK BROS. FLOORS EXPERTLY LAID, SANDED ANO FINISHED. The Modem Wav. Phone 3319. 308-7tit Ave. A S. All work guaranteed. 1055 FCRNITTRE MOVING MCLEAN TRANSFER. Storage, Crating, Packing. Shipping of Household Goods. Phone 2C97. 640-oth St. S. 1488 Headquarters for Wilson's Long Distance Moving______ 1 FURRIERS _________ LUXURIOUS FUR COATS In the latest stvles. saving priced. Expert restyling. reusing, cleaning and in- sured storage. Also cloth coats aad dresses for everv occasion. NEW YORK FtfR DSESS SHOP "Famous for Finer Furs." 604-3rd Avenue S. Phone 3276. 790 HEMSTITCHING. Prompt service. Singer Sewing Co. 620 3rd S. Phone 2243. 320 DRESSMAKING ALTERATIONS DOROTHY GRAHAM. Phone 4494. 122 McFarland Hldg. BDTTON-HOL2S. Work guaranteed Mrs. R. Harris, 14 Devon Court. Phone 2332. 63 SaDfGLING SPECIALIZE in Cedar and Asbestos shingline. Promp service. Hiebers 920-7ta Ss. N, Letabridge. 1244 SHOE REPAIRS STEVE'S SHOE REPAIR SHOP 322-7th St. S- Phone 3355. 501 Expert Shoe Repairs Shop 714-3rd Ave. S. Satisfactory Work. Bob Barva. 951 LEE DECS. Tailoring and Hat work. 330-13ta Ss. N. Peons 2770. 1335 TIME SHEETS GARAGES. ATTENTION MECHANICS TIME SHEETS carried stock. Any qaaatUy. HERALD JOB OEPT. Paone 3203. 4S5 VACtTCTM CLEANER SERVICE GENERAL REPAIRS SELECT MONTHLY REPAYMENT HERE LAWNMOWER- and SAWS sharp- McKsnzie i ened. Bicycles arrJ Phonographs renaired. Locksmith and i Oniou Repair Saop, 123S-3rd Ave. S. 1010 GUARANTEED X'acuum Cleaner Service. AH makes. LJ3. Phone 3637. 252 a IS S Zt. J i 28 24 I MofltlM SO j 25.66 SI.M U2.C3 j 17.70 s.n 7.M 15.M i U.C2 j IM 153.95 S3.ll sn 27.SJ i 25.98 j S2S.7S i ioc.w i is.ot i TSt 1 131-M 43.M I I 91.JS 1 74.0 I ST.M I AND ROOFING applvuig Roc's STool Insulation and Asphalt Sain- i Wool_____._.. gles to buildings, old or new. Ex- perienced crews on the job the year round. S Western Home Improvement Ca. 8 Stafford Slock. Phone 2853. UPHOLSTERY GRAHAM AND JELFS Chesterfield Upholstering and Repairing. Truck Seats and Car Fumigating. All work euaraaieed. 406-5th St. S. Phone 3470, 112S VULCANIZING F.T. FOB HEALTH TRACTOR, Trues Car Tire Vvl- caniztag. Guaranteed. Lsae belt 131 I splicing New and Used Tires. I NORTH LETHBRIDGE MOTORS AND ACTO WRECKERS Authorised GOODYEAR Deafer. Phone 4263. 1S7U Abo'e arc oaJr a few exam pies of oaoy to choose fcooi. Pwments wiU reply compiettly. tododsnc life Inraiaoee. AST cows lew if faaer pUnsed. All rrfect Ompbell's rare ndxaota. Rases .--a joaas J5OO or less considerably below legal mstiRmn- Tire Repairs and Valcasisiag oJ an Kinds. Belt Splicidg. "A Complete Tire Service." ________ J. A. JARDINFS TISE SCPPLT bone Uaivsrsity. New 402-lst Avenue South. Phone York that the war had opened up j 165o JASPER. Alta., June J 1946 ccnventic-n of the Canadian Physical Education Association j 1 wound up last night after hearicg j CltT irrOCMTMOfT CASH WTTHIH 24 HOURS 44 OFFICES IN 41 CANADIAN ODES Suite 1 Oliver Block 316 5th St. S. Phone 3031 a new professional fleid of specializ- ed physics) education in which eor- j rective ar.d recreation were co-partr.ers. Adviser to students in physical therapy at Columbia. Medi- 1 caf College, she told the convention 1 that ail phases of physical educa- tior. now" have earned their place I in the health, programs of condi- i tionins: and re-conciuoning. Many army hospitals had learned to group types of patients for wise doses of 1 exercise in rehahUitatson. u r a t 0 TAKES EARLY EGYPTIAN DYE A garment dyed with natural indigo, a vat color, was found in a. tomb in Thebes, where it has lairs j 119 1st since about, B.C. WHEE1, AUGXISG Sbcrt Stop Service Station Brake Service. 4tb Ave.-Stb SS. FUcae 5SO WATCH KEPA1SS Expert Vateh Clock Re.oairs. MAC'S WATCH SHOP, Coaldale. 1572 PJsoae 3339 for Portable Welding. Prompt Service. Guaranteed Worle. Richard's Welding, 323 4th Ss. S. We change the steel rims of tract- or wheels to rims suitable for rubber tires. WELDED FRC OCCTS Phone 2544 1590 NEWSPAPER! ;