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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1946 Play Sunday School B a seb a 11 Bali League Finals Trophies S Winning Teams National League Sz. Louis 5. 1. OCTSTAXDIXG ___ Sunday School league, successful beyond, an. exoected by those is-ho revived it this. -wound ap is grano sty e, jj on Friday as plants were plajec; innings without com-; in Henderson Stacjuni. 3 single error. _They took GAME I ited senior boys' n5 to t -.ally. boys Chicaco Cincinnati New York 5, Phillies American League 1, New York 4. Washington Boston -2. Cleveland 7. Chicago 2. 0. S-t. Louis 5 The Soundless One hunted! ing Have vou ever been hunted "That some Hawks Uve bva said the other AS he wholly on was the squeaky aol twisted about to look over his short! reply. -But at_this time of cay all. bst tail to make s-ore it was clean, as the tail of a seal Mouse should be, replies Little Squeak. "I've liearo that Hawks are loud of but I've neier even sees almost! as if Hother Nature herself was holding her breath the better to __ ;ea. From the edge of the Old Hawks have gone home, I am told, j Orchard another song almost, as so I am pe-iectly out here ia lovely as Hermit's answered him. the open, and it is fun to oaoe! It was his cousin Melody, the Wood in a urhile where one can look Thrush singing, around and see without danger of j The dusk grew deeper so that it International Jersey 4. Toronto 7. Nea-a'rk Buffalo T. BaStmore 9. Montreal 13- Syracuse at Rochester, postponec. Pacific Coast ecoressed ins at seeing me revn-a' of the Scnday Scnooi ;be boys 1 They evened up the i sixth inn.ng when both on Follow ins are the champions, in the various leases, .is a result of Friday's games: Junior girls (9 to H Southniinster defeated St. Fat's -V 17-5 10 vein the Juniors Boys' and Girls' Wear Trophy. Junior (9 to 11 First Baptist defeated First 1'mted 5-3 to win the Blen- and Smith Trophy. Intermediate sirls oa like being out all i alone m :ne Great asked Little Squeak. -Fine." squeaked the otlier. "I i have some exciting tirnes. but i 1 know how 10 take care of myself.' I'm not afraid. If one is smart no-Jung to be afraid of.' He looked body is going to catch toe. No. sir. nobody is going to catch me." He went on making; his toilet, for Slice are a neat people. i Over in the Green Forest reaHy! mit the Thrash was fiagms his to join his companion oat 10 the open, but something kept him back in the grass Beeping out. His new friend continued to wash himself and pat his coat in per- fect order. He was very busy. It lovely vesper song and it seemed' was very peaceful. There was no sound but those lovely voices sing- ing of the joy in living. Something passed over Little Squeak. He didn't see it- He didn't hear it. He just" sort of felt its passing. Aa instant later he heard a sharp squeak, saw an in- distinct form with big soundless wings and then it was gone irt the dusk. So was his boastful newly found friend. Thus the little Mouse learned of one more enemy, Hooty the Owl, the soundless one unless he uses his voice. (Copyright, 1946, by T. W. Burgess) The next story: "The Lovely Red Coat." Ih confessed afraid all Little Squeak, j Y.M.C.A. SUMMER PROGRAM Varied Sports Activities For Entire Family The summer program feus year continue its fine service 10 boys and girls each mom- g of the week from S o'clock to Classes will cover the of swiannmgr. advanced az. swimming tests, afcd desired, life saving zsstruenon. Special progrsms are also being for bovs girls ss a TOOG resuis cf rtf tnp 7 CZfilf Enchant Splits Ball Games With Taber ENCKAKT. fKNS) On Sun- day the baseball team to Taber for tivnr league garnet! vvith the nine. D. "Wiest j pitched the first game for Enchant, j aitoRing nice hits, while his team-. mates V7ere only able to touch J Brown for seven hits. Enchanr lost, tne game by an 8-2 score. In the second game D. Reynolds pitched far JSnchant. He allowed the opposition five hits, while he and his teammates touched the two Taber hurlers_for 13 hits tc win the XOsT both, games was A. L. Howe. Enchant travels to Sundial nest Sunday for their next league fix- ture. At present they are at the top of the league with 12 points. Esday from 10 to McHvena and Mrs. A. L- Alien. from 10 a_m. to -Juveniles Monday from a.m. to Wednesday from 10-30 ajn. to ajn_, Friday from ajn. to ajn.; Jun- Monday from a.m. to 12 noon. Wednesday from to 12 coon. Pridav from The winnere of the "hidden part- ner" competition held on June 26 -were: Mrs. C. Ciendenan and Mrs. A. AXU LAWX BOWLING A The following games are sche- duled for pjn. at the Army day C. M. Fletcher and Mrs. Boyce. "Better Circulation Means Better Health" Swedish Massage ELECTRIC CABINET BATHS Belief for backache, nmritis, arthritis, kidney trouble and inter-ranscnlar pain. G. McKECHNIE 215 Sherlock Phone 4595 vs. Jones- Fnday: Risler vs. Jones j Fisner is. Stewart- i vs. Stott. dou'oJes: j Stott ana Parrel! vs. Jones aad Revr.olds. i Ste-vart and Sulpss vs Fisher and j RisJer and Stut, vs McDonald and ARTHUR THE BELGIAN TAILOR NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS in the Oliver Elk, Room 12 I am new in this city bnt not new in the business. For the last 30 years I owned and operated one of the largest and gent's tailor shops in California. I am now located in a small shop, bnt still do business in a big way at the above address. 111 e new Him sons are nere! and a New Distributor to serve you FLEMING MOTORS A. FLEMIXG, President and General Manager A Personal Invitation from Alex Fleming to "Yon are cordially invited slop at Fleming Motors at any tune for service or to see and drive the new Hudson Models for 1S46. An efficient organiza- tion is to serve jon." B. F. KENNEDY, Manager, a veteran of 12 years in the automotive industry World War il. We are really proud and pleased to announce our appointment as Hudson Motor Car dis- tributors for Lethbridge and district. We are expanding our operations and our aim be to give you complete Hudson sendee on every count with up-to-date equipment. We have earned a popularity among car owners by effic- iency and courtesy from a keen and aggressive organization. 1946 MODELS ON DISPLAY See the 1946 Hudson before you buy a new car. You will see new style and beauty new luxuries and conveniences and important driv- ing and comfort features. They are all com- bined with road reliability that has made Hudson a famous name in cars. FLEMING MOTORS 428 FIFTH STREET S. PORTER'S GARAGE, Medicine Hat, Alberta ANDERSON SALES HARDWARE ......Barnwell, AlberU R. T.. GRAHAM Raymond, Alberta H. A. SUN! Foremost, Alberta HUDSON DEALERS: GENERAL SUPPLIES (Hansen Bros.) .........Cardston, Alberta GEORGE KOLLER Milk River, Alberta SID WITE3EL.......New Dayton, Alberta E. HAUG ..Waterton Lakes, Alberta MONARCH GARAGE .Monarch, Alberta LETHBRIDGE RYTHM MOTORS ............Kimberley, B.C. CENTRAL SERVICE STATION Cranbrook, B.C. W. A. HENKER Granum, Alberta BUD DAY........ Macleod, Alberta WATSON'S GARAGE, Picture Butte, Alberta ;