Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 9

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 12

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

googlemap

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JUNE 24, 1946__________________ Good Prices At Nanton Horse Sale; List Winners In Stampede Events THE LETHBRIDGB HERALD NINE X. thei suspices of the Nanton Agricultural j Society and Stampede Committee, a successful auction sale of stock and I fancy horses was conducted Friday j by Auctioneers Warren Cooper of! Santon and Don Ball of Edmonton.! A violent thunderstorm, accom- panied by hail, stopped tne sale be- fore all the horses had been sold. Sixtv-fne animals Txent under the hammer and high prices were real- j ized The highes priced anima! of thes sale was a stallion by Ed Bunon of CJaresoolai to C. i Claggett of Carroi River, Sask, for (375. H. of Hai sold a Palammo stud to W. McXair of Brooks for 3453 Homer Campbell of Vermilion sold fao Palammo Geldings for S300 to A Watson of Calgary ind A. Gavn of Claresholm. W. E. Rtter of Ensign got for a Pinto saddle horse bought by A. Gaum of CiareshoJm. M R. Fmtilay of Encliant re- ceived S150 for" a black. Shetland pony. Herman Under of Cardston KSS the buyer Many other horses sold for prices oier the hundred-dollar mark. who had horses to sell stated that they were well satisfied with the prices they- received lor their It understood some of horses sold destined lor Mont- real horse fanciers but none -sent that far east- Stampede treats The following is a list, of final manners in she Santon events held in connection with the Palamino shov last -aeek: Bareback horse riding final monev. 1. Frank Yards. 2. C Lans- deH; 3. Gordon Earl: 4. Jack Ellison. Calf roping- 1. Jack Streeter; 2. Geo. Parnburn; 3. C. IT. ens; 4. Saady Porter. Steer 1. Merlin Sar- Efeck Andrews; 3. J. Wells; 4. FJoyd Peters. Steer riding L Halph Thomp- son; 2. Merhn Sarsen; 3. Ted Har- 4. Cnet Baldwin. Saddle 1. Carl Olson; 2. Boo Olson; 3. Joe Keeler, 4. Frank Yaros. Stock horse cuumg contest. 1. Alhe Si-eeter; 2. Jack Streeter; 3. Ed Burton. Chuck wagon 1- Gloss of Ciiretcaley; 2. Willard of Milo: 3. XeSson of" Milo. Plan Building Program VITAMIN CAPSULES FOR STUDENTS TO BE DISCONTINUED (HNS) a, recent meeting of the board of the; Macleod School Division the board cecided to discontinue the suoplv-, IKS of vitamin cansules to the pupUs of the division For two years it has j been the practice 10 each pupil" a vitamin nil! each day and the public school health nurse has re- ported less absences from school the period. Freouent complaints been made that, the pupils were wasting the pills ard not swallowing them, and on this ground the board to oiscontinue the service. A. building program is proposed wherebv the division will build a six room school in Clareshohn and four loom schools in Granum and Staxelr. At present the board is sindvinff plans for school buildings. If possible the new schools are to be completed by 1947. _ 20 PUPS Ont, June When she gave birth Saturday to a litter or 20 pups, "Queenie." a ear-old fox hound owned br Harold Schaefer. was believed to have equaUed the world's re- cord. All nuns were healthy when bom but" rune were destroyed a few hours after birth as tne feeding uroblem was too much for the dog A dog hi the United States was said to have established the re- cord last year. TO RETIRE Alta. Timber Wolf Bounty Raised to EDMONTON, June bounty on timber wolves m Alberta has been increased from to S25 ic was announced last week by the deoartnieni; of lands and mines. Bounty oa cougar caught outside of national parks was set st Sla, the same, as last year, and the bounty on coyotes at S3. Officials said Alberta's cougar population was gradually doiniaisaing. SUNDAY SCHOOL FASTBALL SCHEDULE Following is the Sunday School Fastball league schedule for to- morrow. Tuesday. Senior Pats and LJXS, at Westminster. Intermediate ooys Baptist ana St Pats at Westminster; LJDS. and St Fats "C', at St Pats High school. Junior United and IJ3.S, at tht barracks Intermediate Fats "A" and St Pats at; 4.00 p.m. at St. Basil's school. St. Peter ana St. Paul's and First Baptist, at St Basil's; LJXS. and St Pais at thP barracks. First United and Southminster. at the barracks. Junior and St. Pats "S" at the barracks INDIA LEADS IN' CKICKET TEST MATCH LONDON. June Th" first day of tne three-day test nsnch between England and India ooened at lords Saturday with England sconns 135 runs for four wickets in reply to India's 200. Sgt. Martin Maher. wno is as much a part of West Point, N.T.. tradition as Grant, Persnhig and Eisenhower, will re- tire from the academy amid the honors of a full-dress cadet corps review. Kow 70, he -went to West Point as a. civilian waiter, but soon enlisted m the army. Assigned to the gym, lie won f arae as a swim- ming instructor even though he can't swim a strode. He retired from the almv m 1928, end was immediately rshired at his old post as a civil service employee. He comnletes 50 of service as a soldier and civilian at the academy He's Insh-bom. Three Drown As Boat Capsizes REGIXA. June men were crowned and police are drag- ging for the body of a third fol- lowing a wind storm Saturday which capsized the boat in which four Regma men uere fishing on Ijake Echo 40 miles northwest of here. Wesley Riggals 35. sole survivor, was saied when he hung on to the end of the overturned boat Dead are John C. Cook, 30. and Juhus Katchufc. 24. Arthur Camp- bell. 30 is missing. The men were employed by the Northwestern Iron Works. Regina. SItENT SPARTANS The Spartans of ancient iaconia, who were noted for taciturnity, the word laconic to the Eng- lish language. SIR HARRY STILL ENTERTAINS During vast travels Sir Harry Lauder has been given numerous curios and keepsakes. His curio loom resembles a museum. Here Sir Harry is seen with his numerous, sucks. CHe is holding the most famous one m his hand. War Bride Loved England Too Much Mrs. June ilarisco. bnde of a VS. poses with her mother, Mrs. S Askew, arter she Isad returned to her Cheshire home from Lonccn tvaere she was to sailed from with 20 other war brides bound -Or reumoa in America wrh their husbands. It was the trip :o London, by tram, uaveHuife through the lovely lands of Warwickshire and thoughts of the Cheshire viliage where she had grown up, her parents and her own room, that too much for the "bride She just couldn't her belo-.ed for a husoand m Elyria. Ohio. She is sorry for her husband. Xrek Mansco. whoai married last August. In Elyria, Mariico said he was starting dixorce proceedings at once. A Big Cousin Appears Nothing take for granted; Youll find it doesn't pay. Much js lost and lutle Is ever gained that father Frog. There was txx> much rather young to be out In the Great to look at and -sB-oflder about World? thmi of a mere fright; something j LitUe Squeak felt all puffed up that was over with. with when this bi? stranger On tae Big Rock out SOUTH ATWC.-.X CHAMP S3CASHES O.C. GOUT in the called him cousin. Yes, KT, he dad Bobby Lodte, Soaifa water he saw some one from whom i so. But he was so surprised toat golf champion, shattered tbe Jfortb he cotildii't take ias eyes. No, sir, he for a moment or two he quite loss; jsauchestcr course record Friday just couldn't. j hjs voice. How he did admirs this j _ -mjjjjej, tte "He looks as if he might be a. big eocsia! Yet he was afraid of: T great, gn-at, great big Meadow I him, wo. j Mouse, a sort of gant cousin a, 1945 by T. W. Burgess) renno" tcought Lntle i _____ then Jel; very foolish for tfeinfcsgS ___ and h'tle HI.lie, -uvitsiiu j j then S Mother .Nature. I Scaat.- ccntamed two Sres and fere Previous record for course was 71. "Chuga-rura-" said Grandfather j suspected, or than most folks; Frni '-rhuza--um'' know. Jerry Muskrat, for of oU- on tne s'lg Rock to ifce, course tnai is who i; was, does Pool Jerry Muskra; chuck- much like a hage tha- dees -.oice Mouse. Furtnerrcore ae is ratner; as he hea.Q deep ,cice. to Meadow illce Little Squeak reaUv was lookuig at a ois cousin. 1 Jerry slid into the water and to swim toward SUs ftead was all ansi led It was a squeakv son. of chuckle for Jerry had a squeaky hke other members of the 025 faumly to which he oelocgs. Frog missed some one he thought he was going to get or my ism Jerry Musk- 5 the Uttle Mouse could see rat.- though; he. suddenly that disappeared. He, Grandfather Frcg had rubbed eves and looked and some one he had felt sure of eaten- looked. He ventureti outside that ing. I; was Little Squeak, the little he snighi see better. Already the Meadow Mouse just starting ripples tha; Jerry raid made while in the Great World. Just ;n time snimming were smoothiri? he aad become suspicious o: Grandfather Frog and had turned back under some drift stuff on the oank of tne Smiling Pool Grandfather Prog had leaped Little Soueak didn't icaow wha; to make of" IE. What had oappened' I hmi. IE was a leap such as s onlj Grandfather Frog can naake, What had become of that As if in answer broua head popped oui of close to the shore wnere Little Squeak sat 1 Jerry climbed ous on a lusle land- i-' ing he had made himself of rushes i pointed he hopped back to the) and mud He had sometjung in; S