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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 5, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Morch 1971 IHt LEIHtRIDCt HEKA1D 3 SEES OTHER Alexander Mac president of United Grain Growers told 300 farm ers at Taber recently farm ers have worshipped the god of wheat too when pro duction of other giains may be our Gibb Few attend School meeting COALDALE HNS The turnout at the recent orgamza lional meeting for Area 1KB of the Home and School Asso ciation was very reports Harold Arneson and Peggy secre tary for the Alberta Federation of Home and School Associa tions was present to address the Delegates attended from Iron Headymade and Lo Peter principal of the John Davidson School here was and Arneson will be attending the Alberta Federa tion of Home and School Asso ciations provincial conference to be held March 19 and 20 at Bailer bridge opposed CRANEROOK Special Regional District of East Koot enay has filed objection to the department of transport re garding plans for a bridge which will cross Koocanasu Lake American designation of the Libby pondage area on Kootenay River to be flooded starting in Pondage area in Canada ex tends from the international boundary 42 miles north to a point between Wardnor and Bull Water level variation in treaty terms in the pondage area covers 172foot but will normally not be experi enced in any one Recreational interests are i protesting the replacement bridge which will be a doubledouble Bailey bridge of tliree sections 167 feet and a section 156 feet re quiring reinforced concrete pil lars and a span 657 It will have 15foot This would clearly interfere with sports the board This is basis of its representations to the depart ment for application of the Na vigable Waters Act before any contract is approved and put into Hospital Day to feature spr lea i COALDALK HNS The i spring ica and bazaar of tho i Coaldale Community Hospital 1 Womens Auxiliary will be held from 2 to 5 p May on Hospital Tickets will be available for two an embroidered sheet and pair of matching pil loweases and a crocheted vanity INDIVIDUALIST Emily Buckley shows some of the liquid embroidery and needlework she enjoys CHILDHOOD HOME This dugout house was home for Buckley when she was o It is located on Expanse Coulee on the Oldman Upper building is the lower building the chicken A stream separated these buildings from the barns constructed of bridge Ross Gibb Photo Toung folks not taught respect tor others Ratepayers meet Monday STIRLING HNS The an nual meeting of the ratepayers will be held in the Stirling School March at A summary of the villages financial statement has been made All ratepayers are urged to Lea to speak CARDSTON Special Dobson provincial presi dent of will address the annual convention of the Cardston district at 1 p March Registration will be at 930 in the Cardston Cal Brandley will speak on white paper The election of officers and a talk on power proposals and coop insurance will round out the her twocompart By liOSS GIBIi Herald News Service TAEER The first white girl to live in the ranching country north of the first decade of the century says tilings are not what they used to Seated in ment Emily Buck rolled one from the lighted up and said she daesnt think much cf the changing The last 10 years have been real but I guess its hard for me to Young folks are not taught the value of or of self respect or respect for she re Living for several of her for mative years with her grand mother in an Anglican she was taught the values of Her in which she lives with a daughter is her winter Summertime she moves into the house on family property at the northwest out skirts of Heated by a coalburning Quebec I the trailer is very comfortable in things are real and there is little house work to she She was born in 1899 at the river bottom ranch of Edward Holmes north of She was the only child of Eber Perry and Harriet Wanting to get out on their the young family took up squatters rights on the Mun sell ranch north of Grassy In 19M father took out a homestead at Expanse Cou lee north of the Oldman River where Highway 36 now winds out of the We moved there when I was five years and lived in a dugout in the west bank of the The house was warm even in the worst of the storms and there were many of she The house still much the worse for Perry the ranch never had a name went into catlle in a modest During the bad winter of cattle drifted driven by the severe and most of the cattle were found dead in the Calves chilled by storm Father gave up cattle and stalled a horse develop ing a reputation for the beauti ful wellbred heavy Belgian work He had about 500 caught the passing timbeis and them to best wool came from Angora rabbits which I Enough timbeis were collectj The hair was about sn inches ed to build a couple of and many ranchers down head when he finally sold stream picked up a good Ranch life was a hard life j ply as they floated but lots of riding the range i While living at the river every I Emily Perry married For I boarded in ORC of the ranch Mar Taber about 15 miles and finished elementary In those education espe cially for girls was not impor Teachers came here on permits there were few pro fessional When she was 11 or 12 years she limber bridge over CPR crossed the river west of Lethbridge was replaced RAYMOND HNS There as there was very little glean has been some loss due to the I ing in the harvested fields fol 21 LAPS KOBLEFORD HNS Ma jor Jean Noble was able lo complete 24 laps in a recent fundraising project at Fort raisuig approximate ly S30 for extracurricular ac tivities of the students of the Walshe School Another runner from Noble ford John L as he completed 27 They ran with others in the storm of newborn calves which were chilled before they were up and Most of the small herds arc having calves at Larger herds in the area will not calve for some two to three Tlie small for the most have good Some stockmen report they are becoming short of hay should the cold continue for some time many of them will have to buy There seems to be no shortage of supply in the area of good Producers are asking and as high S24 per Dryland hay can be had for to Most of the animals have been on feed since Novembei summer grains produced only limited Livestock men say they have felt the pinch of the lift pro gram introduced by the federal 135 couples probe marriage Snow rig guide PICTURE BUTTE The Alberta government recreation committee has published a guide to snowmobihng pamph let which is now available at the north regional recreation office conmuuiicalioii FORT MACLEOD Special Theme for the annual Cou ples Conference of the United Church was married life com Kaye Crowe of Mon family life coordinator for the Anglican There were 135 couples of all I denommat ions and Peter Walker of Fort Macleod government last spring to de crease wheat Bar ley for feed is going from fifty cents to There is enough in the area for the At the Knight where one of the largest herds is being the animals are reported as being in good con Not all of the head being wintered are on feed as winds have kept many of lie hills cleared of deep There is feed for the New calves will start to ar rive in some two weeks The 600 heifers are being fed daily at the ranch in order to keep then fit for The older cows are getting light ra Recreation report ready Rotary dance draws 300 The Dont Miss This Sale SPECiAL REDUCED PRICES I D OFF REGULAR PRICE ON AIL ELECTRICAL WIRING SUPPLIES Conduit and conduit fittings Triplex Building wire Outlet boxe Switches 9 Receptacles Cover plates Lamp bulbs Fluorescent lighl fixtures 2Piide of the Farm Stock Waterers PLUS MANY OTHER ITEMS Sale Starts March 1st and ends March 6th Hows to 5 TERMS ARl STRICTLY CASH BILLS ELECTRIC COALDALE Location mile north from Town of Coaldale mqin intersection Picture Bulte highway PICTURE BUTTE north regional recreation board I of Lcthbridge County 26 has tho 1JI70 annual report pnntrd I and available at the recreation j office Tlie rcpoit gncs rundown of programs and operations the director and hoard have worked with over a sevenmonth period in i RAYMOND HNS Tho i Raymond Rotary Clubs annual j dinner dance drew Rotarians and friends from a number of clubs to and Williard Pas man and and Mirza Pack were general organizers of the 1971 party held in the LDS Recreation Tho Prime Alberta beef din ner was sencd at the dinner hour lo more than 300 Entertainment for the early was arranged by Harlan Taylor assisted by Dancing filled the remainder of the Summer Games post filled by north region director PICTURE BUTTE Summer Games regional director for Lcihbndge County 2G is Miss Wendy She is the north county recreation Spring Is Around The Corner SERVICE YOUR ROTOTILLER NOW Befoio Tlie Spring Rush FREE ESTIMATES AISO LAWN MOWERS SHARPENED MOWER 8173rd PHONE 3272649 cus m 1917 and they five Dora Bud Mabel Fred Prince Hazel and She has several Eaily in Buckley lho ski Df LCT when Beeps pulling er i m and knitting milts ranchers and Suffi by a local rancher who at that the mitts never and and pulled into yarn about the same as sheep The Angora mitts were tho best of she Her gift of handwork did not end with the passing of the She continues to do needlework and handpainting of lunch and table clotlis which she usually has sold ahead of Her only follower in this work is her daughter Haze who sells considerable of their work on the Indian reservation north of B C Slight of frame and interest ed in her Buckley continues in her own way of concerned with and some times affected by the changing She remains an indivi Annual meeting March 22 al Raymond RAYMOND HNS The annual meeting for the Town of Raymond for the purpose of re viewing the financial business for 1970 has been set for March at the toun Ratepayers will be presented with full financial reports for the year and the work pro Each town councillor will present a report from his Court of Revision will sit at 6 of the same March to be followed by the annual taxpayers meeting at 8 Coffee party set COALDALE HNS The Taber Warner Progressive Conservative Association is sponsoring a coffee party Sat March from to in the Ventura Hotel Banquet Candidate is Bob Bogle of Milk river to Medicine Tlie boom broke up just east of and 12inch square timbers were yours for the I remember sitting in the back of the boat while the be wrung out in the coldest I received two lo three dollars a paufor the mitts which was considered good pay during the depression Spun wool did not make such good mitts and paid Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Resident Bloirmore Phone 562214 Welcome to Heidelberg The sparkling new beer from Cool brewed from the choicest hops and malt and pure Rocky Mountain spring The II Miss hope that Summer Games will play a large part in the lives of the people throughout the Tlie games are scheduled to I be held in Claresholm from i 4 to Welcome to Heidelberg A bright sparkling beer brewed from pure natural Rocky Mountain spring The finest golden barley malt And the choicest British Columbia and high prime Hallcrtau Heidelberg Beer is cool for your enjoy by the brewmaster at Carling who carries an a tradition of skill and craftsmanship of over 130 years in Canadian Heidelberg Beer is so so fivery and so brimful of flavor it brings a fresh new feeling lo your drinking Give a welcome to a cold glass of Heidelberg Its a welcome that never wears out because every Heiaelberg is as crisp and as satisfying as the Heiielberig I QUALITY BEER Tlie sparkling new beer in the distinctive keg ;