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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 1946 Move For Daily Train Service Foremost Board of Trade Seeking Improvement Traffic Facilities Foremost Board of Trade held a. oa the evening of June 20 to discuss some problems of the district. The main item of discussion the construction and straightening out of a high grade from Foremost south to Lucky Strike. Tlie report of a committee was heard noting that land rights have been obtained for a new road south of the C-P-R. track at Legend. The problem of getting Eureka MJO. to gravel the six miles along their eouth border was discussed. i The appointment of a committee to get representatives from other towns along this C.P.R. line to dis- cuss the C.P.R- traffic super- intendent the possibility of a daily train service from Lethbridge. The secretary of the board of trade was authorized to irrite a let- ter supporting application of Hagen and Pearson for a bus franchise from Lethbridge to Foremost and Farstad Speaker At Field Meet DISTRICT NEWS PAGE FIVE Busy Southern Alberta NEW ELECTRIC SHOT Matriculation Trophy and Scholar- CLARSSHOLM. (HSS) L. I ship, the latter the City Memorial A new highway is being construct- ed from Foremost south for some distance- Irrigation District Offer Accepted RAYMOND Official word has been received from the Montreal office of the CfSL by the Raymond Irrigation Districs that the pro- position offered by the Irrigation District has been accepted. The proposition was a reduction of the bonded debt of the Raymond Irrigation District to the C.PJB. on 6.635 snares of new water from OCO to The proposition was placed at the time of the transfer of the Alberta Railway and Irriga- tion System from the C.P.H- to the provincial government. The proposition of the reduction subject to the agreement, thai the balance of the debt amounting to S27.5W be paid by July 1. Thus a saving of S27.500 has been made by the Raymond Irrigation District. The annual charge for new water should not, be more ihan SI a share 1 as arrangements have been made with the provincial government to reduce the water charge from Sll.- 033-annually to which gives j an annual saving of S3.253.25- This will be additional revenue each year for operating costs. The Raymond Irrigation District thai settlement be" made at the earliest date as the above eon- ditsons hold onlv if payment in full is made to the C-PS. by July 1. Sixty per cent of the levy has al- reacfv been collected. The district now has the right Oi t-ay of the WeUiag-Stirling lateral. SHORTCAKE SOCIAL CHAMPION. Iarie Berger of Kew Westminster, B.C.. is visiting her sister, Mrs. D. GurU-oofc.. at present. Special musical rendered by numbers Williams, were who sang a and Mrs. Ftjrest Wood and Mrs. Heber Jensen, who sang a duet. Many beautiful floral offer- ings were on display. Choir was in attendance, conducted by Mrs. FROM CALIFORNIA WARNER. (HNS) Irwin Mason and family are here from California visiting the former's father, A. Mason, for a short time. HONOR MRS. HALVORSON WARNER. (HNS) Mrs. A. Forest Wood, with Mrs. 3VIary j B Marr and Mrs. A. Granberg CARDSTON. (HNS> CpL Fred Schow of the Army Air Force arrived home this week, after receiving his discharge June 2 at Ft. Sheridon. HL He joined the j service Auguss, 1944. and took his! basic training at Great Falls. He j was then sent to Alaska in 1944. where he did clerical work, j Fred plans to attend universitv this falL Fred Sohow is the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. George Schow. They have had four other children. in the service: Rex, with, the U.S. j Air Force, in the Pacific: Paul, ia' the Mark, overseas for two years with the Canadian array, and Virginia Clarke, a cor- poral in the Canadian army. Smith at the organ. Invocation was given bv President Brewertoa and benediction by Elder Frank Olsen. Interment took place in the Cardston cemetery with Elder Heber Matkin dedicating the grave. Nancy Mary Nelson, daughter of Mr. and Sirs. Marion Crouch, was born at Roanoke. Virginia. May 14, 1875. In 1893 she married John Nelson in the Logan Temple and thev made their first home at Pocatello. Idaho. In 1910 the Nelson family moved to Claresholm, where Mr. Nelson farmed. Again in 1924 they moved to Glenwood whe'e he farmed, and in 1936 this fine old couple retired and moved to Card- stoa. They celebrated their golden wedding anniversary here in 1943. Sirs. Nelson is survived by her husband and eight of her nine chil- of Shelby, John and Alvin of Glenwood, Ivan of Card- ston. Loraa of Hiilspriag. Mrs. Earl Seeley of Salt lake, Mrs. Ervin Billingslv of Cardston, and Mrs. Delov Leavitt of Leavitt. Koaun and Christeasen were in charge of funeral arrangements. GRADUATION EXERCISES VAUXHALIj. (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Watterberg recently returned from the U.S.. where they attended the graduation exercises at the college where Marion has been studying for the pass year. Marion accompanied them home after the college closing. PRESENT RECITAL WARNER, (HNS) Mrs. G. D. Martin and her music class pre- sented an outstanding recital on Friday evening last in the Evangeli- cal church. Mrs. J. Ashmore was chairman. During the evening Mrs. G. D. Martin was presented with a cor- sage and a bouquet of cut flowers from her pupils. entertained the Tennis Club and a few other close friends of Mrs. Jean Halvorsoa, at the Marr home on Tuesday evening in honor of Mrs. Jean Halvonon. prior to her mov- ing to- Lethbridge to her home. The guest of honor received a remembrance from the club. RECEIVES DISCHARGE CARDSTOX. (HNS) Dr. Norris J. West, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. West, of Mountain View, now has his discharge from the Cana- dian Dental Corps, having served three years. He has now establish- ed himself in Calgary and is in business with Dr. D. C. Haworth. WAR BRIDE ARRIVAL CARDSTON. (HNS) Mrs. Lloyd Gilb. a war bride, recently arrived in Cardston and is staying at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gilb. She was the former Elizabeth Nichollas of Devon. Wales, daugh- ter of Mrs. Temperly. For years she was a Wren in the British navy. March, 1945, she married Lloyd Gilb of the R-CJLF. Lloyd now has his discharge from the air force and is attending uni- versity in Edmonton. HONORS MOTHER NEW Mrs. Grant Carcine entertained at a tea on Thursday afternoon in honor of her mother. Mrs. Wm. Stratford of Saskatoon. Mr. and Mrs. Stratford left for tbelr home in SaskatooiTon Monday, RECEIVES DISCHARGE LUNDBRECK. (HNS) Bill Cusack. who recently received his discharge from the American navy- is visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Casack, or the Demer OUwelL Head Office Local Office In The Melcalfe Building, Lethbridge 1897 TORONTO QUALITY INGREDIENTS IN JUST THE RIGHT QUANTITY AND PROPERLY MIXED TELLS WHY "ELLISON FEEDS" ARE GIVING SUCH GOOD SATISFAC- TION. THEY ARE ECONOMICAL SO BE SURE TO TRY THEM, Available at ALL ELLISON ELEVATORS ELLISON MILLING ELEVATOR COMPANY LTD. Millers of Fine Quality Flour for 40 Years FROM UNITED STATES TTA i i X M-AT.T. tHNSI W. E. MacAndrews received a welcome surprise a few days ago when his brother. Phil, -whom he had not seen for 26 years, arrived by car from San Bernardino. California. Mr. MacAndrews is accompanied by his wife and daughter, Lorraine- season your meat stretchers with this spicy sauce CEMETERY ME3IORIALS Importers of Scotch Granite and Italian Marbles. LETHBRTDGE MONUMENTAL WORKS Needs, 32S-8ai St. S. 1632 CONTRACTORS NEW LAWNS AH necessary material on Land; fully modern equipment; also lawn mowers and clippers sharpened. A. Bachtnan. Lawn Contractor. Phone 2110. 1226 BUILDING. Construction Plans and Supervision. 2077. G. H. Lambert. Phone 322 CONTRACTORS Tldi'KS of electrical work ana repairs bv careful workmen. McKen- I Electric Ltd. Fhoas 3637. 1427 FEAKE PINK (Electrical contracting and refrigera- i tor work. Phoce 3929. 5I4-7th Are. South. 113 VAU7THAT.T. (HNS) Mr. acd Mrs. George Dubling of Lost i Nation. Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Meyers! of South Dakota, and Mr. Gilbert i Burgess of Paragould. Arkansas, j are visitors at the home of Mr. and j Mrs. Walter Winkler, The first meeting of the Catholic i Youth Congress summer school west' of Montreal opened in Vancouver Monday. The meeting was the first of a scheduled week of instruction for Catholic 'teen-agers in leader- ship, social activities and civic af- fairs. REBER ELECTRIC. 710-Sth St S. a. i Electrical Contractors. Radios and Appliances repaired. Phone 4574. 1698 fowl. and FARM LIGHTING 110 role and 32 volt, engine driven or wind driven, with or without batteries. AtJTO3IOTTVE SPPPLT CO. 205-lOth St. S. Phone 384S or 3758. 1720 FLOOR SANDING FLOORS SANDED AND FTN'ISHED LORNE LONG. FHONE S569- We welcome out of town business. SO FLOOR SPECIALIST Floors Laid. Sanded and Finished, All Work Guaranteed. PERCY HAMILTON Old Floors and Stairs- Made New. 20 Years Sxperience. St. N. Phone 2532. 1174 MERRICK BROS, FLOORS EXPERTLY LAID. SANDED AND FINISHED. The Modern Wav. Phone 3319. 308-7th Ave. A S. ______AU work guaranteed. 1055 FURNITURE MOVING MCLEAN TRANSFER Storage. Crating. Packing. Shipping of Household Goods. Phone 20S7. 640-6th St. S- 1488 Headquarters for Wilson's Long Distance Moving FCRRIERS LUXURIOUS FOR COATS in the latest styles, saving priced. Sbrpert restyling. relining, cleaning and in- sured storage. Also cloth coats and dresses for every occasion. NEW YORK FUR DRESS SHOP "Famous for Finer Furs." 604-3rd Avenue S. Tills North Lethbridsje Garage and Auto Wreckers WTIE NEAIQIAI7EIS FOI KKRMILE 116 M1LEIIE ROY'S RADLVrOR. tors cleaned, repaired, reeored. De- liver? tsaid ori out-of-town -work. Roy Kemp. 327-3rd St. S- Phone 2685. 1522 REFRIGERATION REFRIGKRATiON Sales I. H. Jnces. Phone 4555. 1906-7th Ave. C-. Lethbridge. 134 RE-TREADING Re-capping and Re-traadins Tirss. NORTH LETHBRIBSE MOTORS AND AITTO WRECKERS Atsthonzed GOO0TEAR. Dealer. Phone 4283. 12JO RSCAPPEfG AND VULCANIZING "The Most Modem and Best akjuip- ped Shop in the J. A. JARDESE'S TIRE STIPM.T. 402-lst Avenue South. Phone 3580. 166T ROOFTNG CHARLXON TTTT.T. 304-9th St S. Phone 2599 1887 HOOFING, Sldics and Reg- Jones ana Hex Dues. Phone 4550 REPAIRS 24 Hour Semes on All Makzs of GAS ENGINES LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES Msvtag- Salas and Service. 317-8th Street South. Phcns 393 SEWING MACHINES__________ I Of WE REPAIR all: Work guaranteed. Singer Sewing ATnrhine Co, 52) 3rd Are. S. Phone 2243. 921 SEWING SERVICE HEMSTITCHING. Prompt service. Singe- Se-Bring Machine Co. 620 3rd Ave. S Phone 2243. 920 DRESSMAKING ALTESATIOKS DOROTHY GRAHAM. Phone 44SC 122 McFariaad Bldg. 128 B0TTON-HOLSS. Wcsrk guaranteed Mrs. R, Harris, 14, Devon: Court. Phone 2232. 68 SHINGLING SPECIALISE ia Cedar and Asbestos shingling. Prtrup service. Hiebsrt Bros, 920-7th St. N, Leihbndge. 1244 SHOE REPAIRS STEVE'S SKOB HSPAIR. SHOP 322-7th St. S. Phone 3355. 501 Expert Shoe Repairs Shop 714-3rti Ave. S. Satisfactory Work. Bob Barva. 951 LEE DUCK. Tailoring and 3at work. St. N. Phone 277D. 1335 TEttE SHEETS GARAGES. ATTENTION 3IECHANICS TIME SHEETS carried in slock. Anv Quantity. JOB DEPT. Phone 3203. 485 Phone 3276. 0 VACCOI CLEANER SERVICE REPAIRS j GUARANTEED Vacuum Service. Ail: Cleaner LAWNMOWER j and SAW-S jdsarD- McSenzfe Electric phone 3537. ened. Bicycles and Phonographs j repaired. Locksmith and Gunsmith, j Union Kepair Shop, 123S-3rd Ave. S. 1010 GRAHAM JEIFS INSTATING AND R_OOFTNG "We specialize "in applying Reck j Truck Seats and Car Upholstering. We sefl Goodyear tires because experi- ence has taught us that they are the best. We see ail kinds of area every day see them in all stages of wear and we're convinced that Goodyear tires outwear them alL You'll know what mean when you see them. Wool Insulation aad Asphalt Shin- j Fumigating. Al! work guaranteed, gles to DuUdings. old or new. Ex- 1406-5ih St, S. Phone 3470. 112S perlenced crews oa the job the year round- Western Home Improvement Co. 8 Stafford Block. Phone 2S53. VULCANIZING FROM MOOSE JAW i LU7CDBRSCK. tHNS; Miss j Purvis of Moose Jaw. Sask-, is! spending two weeks at the home of 1 her uncle aad arnt, Mr. and Mrs. D. WUaian, TRACTOR, Truck Car T5rs Vol- canizing. Guaranteed. Line bell isp'licicg. New aad Gsed TJrss. SOETH LETHBRIBGK MOTOKS AND AUTO WRECKERS Authorized GOOOTEAS Dealer. Phoce 42S3. 1S70 GOODFYEAR NORTH LETHBRIDGE MOTORS AND AUTO WRECKERS ROELOFS AND SONS 311-317 Thirteenth N. Phone 4268 HOLIDAYING AT BANFF MEDICINE (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Maunce Stone are guests of the latters sister. Mrs. "'Jr-en- 23e. and Mr. McKenzie. of Jasper, at Banff where they will holiday to- gether. ATTEST) CONVOCATION Mr. and Mrs. Keating and Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Marshall have returned from Jasper where they atwnded the Ro- tary convention. HOLIDAYING AT COAST VAUXHAIi. (HNS> Mrs. Bert Outfield '.s spending a holiday at the coast and ia the U.S. Tire Reoairs and Vale aa Kinds. Bel: Splicing. "A Complete Tire Service." J. A. JAKDINITS TISJE 402-lst Avenue South, Phone 35SO. 1555 WHEEL ALIGNING Short Stop Service Station Brake Service. 4th Ave.-Sth Si. Phone 4IS7. 560 WATCH REPAIRS Expert Watch aad CiocS: Repairs. MAC'S WATCH SHOP, Ccaldale. 1572 WELDING Phone 3SS9 for Portable Welding. Prompt Service. Guaranteed Work. Richard's Welding. 323 4th St. 1351 We change uw rioss of tract- or wheels to rims suitable for rubber tires. ____ WE1DED PRODUCTS 210 1st Avenue. Phone 2544 1590 INEWSPAPERif ;