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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 29, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LUTHBTtinGB DAILY HERALD TUESDAY. MARCH 20.1981 THE HERALD'S DAILY PAGE OF LIVE DISTRICT NEWS And Wives Banquet Vimuul Gathering of II. F. A. and U. F. Decision is I'raiscd All through the liainnet and pro- gram a most excellent spirit prevail- ed and alt present seemed to had a good time. PAKENT-TEACHEK MOVE IN CAHDSTON DISTKICT DURING NEXT MONTH (From Our Own j MAGRATH, -Mar. big I'. A. ;md U. F. W. A. banquet held in :lie Magrath Assembly Hall on Mar. proved to be one ot the biggest ............_ ______ iml most successful events held in ton's principal, Mr. .1. W. Low. Slngrath for a long time. Three long tables were built tlit i From Oiir Own I'orrosppndent.) CARDSTON, Mar. -S.---Throughout the Alberta Stake during April, the parents. touchers and school bourils iu all seuliunenis iu the Cardstuujlis- trici vill hold "set together" socials. This is a move beinj; inaugurated Ity the Stake Social Advisory Committee'. The first social of the series was lield Fridav night in honor of Cards- It is i now planned to have a similar affair j in every ward in the Stake, with a Cardston Honors Ja W, Low, 17 Years A Schoolmaster cducuUon, and wo Hav" 'hem sUcly- ItiK In larger oven iu Now York. Sl'ECIATFASTEK SERVICES IN CHURCHES AT KAYMOND (From Our Own Corrosi'omlent.l TtAYMON'U, Mar. L'S.- Siiccliil icr services wcro held in Jil ward yesterday. The Knstor iiuisic was cs- v. r. i i j immllv fiijoved. The sacred duct. Ity 1'rincipal of School System Does i Mrg o; H ami Mrs. u. -Not Have to Quit to Find Out His Good Points Good Fall of Snow At Bow Island; Hntfield Ii Drowned Out (From Our Owr, C'orrrsucnileut) HOW ISLAND, March ami rain began to fall hero last Friday and continued until Satimlay and sat- urated tile ground in splendid 'shape., the rainfall to ot :m inch and suow fall two inches uiul ns the ground has .Lieen receiving (lulte" (From Our" Own Correspondent.) CARDSTON'. Mar. The popular man in town last Friday niyht was Mr. J. Low, principal of the Cardstim School. The. public re- ception iiiveu in his honor was a very _ unique affair. He is neither dead nor dyinir, nor yet leaving the town, nor ivith violin wnd cornet accompani- an amount of nioh-ture fur this ment was beautifully and artistically spring, the- future looks much better rendered. Mr. Ernest Bcmiion and Mr. than in former years. H is to be hopei! that we will huvo one of those great good years.wherein wa all can come baek and help make this part of Alberta what it formerly Taber Citizens Hear Many of Oil Activity Throughout South Albertaj (From Our Own Correspondent.) TAUKR, Mar. number of Tabor are interested in leases in the oil region siirroiimllBB I'ineherirp International Creek and t ardston and lire, carefully l liuilding Hnck Office and Warehouse Fine New Block For Coaldale Rirle of Magrath, siioke on the resur- rection of Christ. I A fine big Kastcr sift was loft at most the home of Bishop .1. Evans in the form of a bouncing boy. Onu of tlicso ;i n'SiHmsihlc business man, has just .I'oturiH'd from ;i survey of tlio Hold ncur riiu-hrr Crock. :iml sUitos that tho Imperial rccoiHly ai the welt about eight boutli of tliu iouii, not only a flow wot Kits, hut (inritcis-'oT also, and. us u re- stilt, a Hood ot" lenses baen lilcd. I From Our Own ifhole length of the main hall. Kach j to establishing the best co-op- :able would seat sixty guests.. Theieratjou between teachers, school nail was fittingly decorated for the i i_0_.rc_.; and parents. This will mean occasion, and much praise is duo the ______ ___ra_e odll districts j turned one decoration committee lor their a Parent-Teacher-School in j e nav respect to in this connection. The tables were j __01U... social, and try to better under- ilso well decorated, and when fully> their respective teachers' in- ipread presented a very pleasing pic- j and methods, and also UNIVERSITY EXTENSION LECTORE AT COLEMAN r-j.i0 imperial st dred feet lower than tlie Cards ton and has nut so far to so. The Cimlston well :u'tionliiiK to iinothor is down over IJ100 feet, and the opor- ator found the of the well to i perfectly with the predictions of the (From Our Own Correspondent.! rOPHWU On'account of the promls- Mar. D. B.I i'lAtvt >VAK UPi tiWl HH.K; illf! indications, the operator recently the mnn who for Ihe past seventeen I Cameron of Alberta Cniversity deliv-1 [visited Chicago, where hu ordered years has held one job down and has 1 ered a lecture on Mendel's Theory in' (From Our Own Correspondent.) special machinery for the well, which done it well, and is still holding it j the Eagles' hall ou Friday evening. I RAYMOND. Mar. the F.! is expected to reach the green fluid at was. It is to be hoped that Iliitnclil will be drowned out when he comes and wft will not need him. 'RAYMOND FARMER'S PLAN TO MAKE WAR ON GOPHER j _ COALIJAI.K. Mar. uncer- tainty of Iho market for far mprodu''i: 1101- discourage enterprise ou the I l'ait ollr business men. A titcil to be a bun- "7; Imil.lluK. ISxM luet is boins erected here hy .Mr. Onlatul oC bridge, lie has secured tho agency for both lines of International Har- vester Co. farm machinery. The building is brick veneer, with a solid brick front, and it is bcins rushed to completion with all pos- sible haste. The lumber is being sup. plied by the P. Ltmd Co. Mr. K. Judd of Raymond '.l the. local manager of this new enterprise. COWLEY IS PURCHASED CLOSES: A FINE CLASS the organization. At the first table- there were at least ISO people seated .and at the second about 60: or prob- ably all told. After the banquet the program was carried but as follows: Selection from the baud. At this point we may say that the hand certainly opened tho syea of i great many people present; their playing was excellent, and cred- it is due Mr. A. J. Mercer, bandmaster, for fhe very rapid progress the or- ganization has made since its incep- tion a month or so ago. Then follow- ed: Toast, U. F. A., by Chairman K. Hennion; Toast. Splendid Re- freshment Committee." by D. H. Eingham; Reply. .Mrs. Geo. in ill-1 ventilated ami poorly heated rooms, I Kirk R .__. k- was he..e well as untidy and poorly kept sur- i ,n of f.owe_.s to i00k voumlings- i af ti_0 with vases of cut flow- 'i'his is a fine movement and was definitely outlined at the Stake Priesthood meeting today by Pres. ers of all the most beautiful colors and many potted flowers ranged around' the -platform. The decoration K. J. Wood. The results rf mis move B11_.elj. mo5t ,My on the part of the Social Advisory Committee will be very far reaching. Occllpjing the Khair VM JIr. c. Burt, chairman the school board. -Others on the platform, besides Mr. j wero inspector IN BARONS CHURCH j sisted by the kindness of Mr. Kirk. I and Mrs. i From Our Own Correspondents j given the boy who brings in the Utr- i Mar. business I gest number of gopher tails during of the, Cowley U.F.A. has been pur-1 the drive. At the Fri- chased by Messrs. Cruikshank and! day. April 1st, Mr, Croswell of Ed- charge of Lee the will shortly business. assume j nionton. will address the farmers, on j the subject of "Rural Credits." i From Our Own Correspondent.) C.LARESHOLM, Mar. Clar- esholm agriculture school closed on Thursday last for tho season. Never in the history of the college has there and the staff of tho college are to be complimented on the allowing of the pupils in the examinations. St. Thomas Board of Education is in a difficult position as regards C ot< been such a class of boys and girls, legiate Institute teachers' salaries. (From Our Own Correspondent) BARONS. March 2S.-The Easter j Bailey. services in Barons church, ou Sunday. __joe'RC_leI, nm_ Mr. James Farren-was then called on 2Tth were certainly of to "roast" the electric lights, and he t an ordinary nature. The Kniuiny certainly did roast the electric lights! bchool in the morning at 11 o'clock in one ot those original compositions vvas well attended, and the church Williams, Rev. Mr. Ayhvard, the other i members of the school board. Mr.! assistant principal, and Mr. i x-member ot' the school oc- and musical numbi After that the gathering was changed to a lively social and dance. Every- j for he i, famous. A ehonis ofj decorated, primarily with four women rendered the'song, "The Eagter LUies ad other r-hoico flowers.; Old U. F. A. Tree. Toast, "Our Band." The programme for which we were j rds Jr largely indebted to Mrs. W.C.L. Coop-'1 lacartls were tackul to Mrs. A. R. Briggs: Reply, Bandmas- ter A. J. Mercer; Toast, "I1. F. W. A." by Mr. Elmer Ririe. and reply by Mrs. I'red Bradshaw. Mrs. Bradshaw stated the Magrath Local of the U. F. W. A. was the largest in the province. Mr. Archibald, president of the Cardston IT. F. A., made a short speech. Tbe TJ. F. W. A. chorus, under the leader- ship of Mrs. Ian Whitt. very excel- lently rendered the chorus, "Kqnal Rights to All." Mrs. Inez Bennett toasted the U. F. A. in a very humor- ous manner and Mr. Fred Bradshaw replied in a similar strain of humor. Selection from the band and a toast to "Irrigation" by Miss Nettie Whitt followed. Pres. C. Jensen, replying to Miss Whitt's toast, referred to the decision of the Alberta Government IB connection with irrigation, stating that irrigation was tbe one thing ne- cessary to establish the people firmly In the country and referred also to the irork of the U. F. A. in connection with the decision ot the Provincial Government. Mr. C. Whitt gare a reading, fol- lowed by the. U. F. A. chorus, entitled "Profiteers' Lament.1' After the pro- gram the hall was cleared and all who wished enjoyed themselves in the dance until midnight. was delightful. A series of Scrip- ture selections were planned to be read ou the Life of Christ from birth to resurrection by some eight or ten girl? and boys, all of whom did their work delightfully. The special singing was a duet by Mrs. B. McClelland and .Mrs. G. Chew, was well Mr. Low. j the wall j bearing such inscriptions as ''A Thousand "He Gave Us i All Our "He Was Master of j Us All." "UOO Teachers in Fifteen j Years." "He's Scotch nnrl Proud of j "He Dnn't Need a Uniform to Get Obedience." "1? Years of "Thousands Have Felt His and rendered. An address was give the pastor on 'The Meaning of Easter Time.'' evening service saw the church well filled. A number of par- sons coming in from the country to attend the sen-ice. Tbe choir was in specially good spirit for tbe day. The anthem sung by them was "Welcome-: the Dawning of Easter." It was very finely given. The pastor preached on "The UpKtirrectinn of Christ." Af- I ter the sermon a duet was sung by two talented sisters, Mrs. W. J. Le- j and Mrs. Smith. Thus came to j ,1 a day's services reai profit j to the community. The newly installed electric lights added to the brightness ot these ser-: n by Hugh Dny o? London, died suddenly o( acute indigestion on reaching home after driving his raotheMn-law home after church. rich, luscious contents of a box of Moir's do not need even the charms of a pretty girl to herald their at- tractions ._The palate delighted with what they find therein. Watson Campbell, Ltd. Agent, Calgary. MOBS Ghoeoi And through the speeches there ran an unfeigned tone of real appreciation from the speakers. Mr. C. V7. Rurt. in his opening ad- j dress, representing the sciievl i Mr. G. L. Woolf, representing the present staff, Mr. Chauncey Snow, I representing the graduates of tbe past. Miss Verona Pilling, represent- j ing the present student body, Mr. A. Coombs, representing the fathers j ui tiie pupils who have been under Mr. Low, Mr. Moses Anderson, repre- senting Hie town council and Mrs. i Show, representing the mothers of the! pupils, also being a member 62 tbe j school Mrs. Snow made the I presentation speech of a very fine I electric reading lamp, given- tc Mr. Low by the members of the board, the staff and the town eounoil. Several very good musical numbers were given, including a solo by Insp. Williams, a duet by Mrs. Smith and Miss Parish, and a very humorous quartette by Messrs. Walker, Card. Hendrickson and Thorpe, members ol the student body of the present high school. The concluding number on the pro- pram was "an account of himself" by Mr. Low. In his brief speech Mr. Low t emphasized that such gatherings as j this really symbolized the relation- Bhip that should exist teach- ers and parents at all times. Also in his modest way. Mr. Low tried to lay the credit of his position oh other by referring to many men and women who had assisted him and who, he said, were responsible for the good he had done, in that, for in- stance, Mr. Jos. E. Kllison of Aetna, had loaned him the money to first go on to high school and college, and Mr. Andrew Archibald of Curdston, had first hired him as a teacher here, and Mr. Sterling Williams, his old principal and school master, had so often ably assisted him and had not forgotten him even school teach- ing had r.pasod to be the occupation of this worthy man. But most of all he owed to bis father, Mr. Jas. P. Low, who had been of greatest strength to him in giving him two ruj-en of ad view to follow, first; "Accept criticism, it is for your good." ami, "You must never sour." These two maxims he had always rornenibered and endea- j vored to _Jivo by them. His wlfn, also, he said, had "shock ab- sorber" in bia years of work as prin- cipal and many of his troubles and anxieties had simply Injen passed oil j to and lie bad been free to go on in his work. Ho then mentioned a i fjcore or more of assistant teachers mid bar) taught I with him during tho past seventeen I yr-art; and to each he nwod, i much bi' the success tlud had linen Thus f'ardstou has mot and hon- ored 'thiii nno of her public littrvants imcl, although UICM-'; are others ;ts long in the service us he, fhougli in other lines of work, yet lo him is due the lion's ahsiro of tho credit that comes fo Cardston for the representation of her by iiKiiiy sons and duughtera now found in all parts of lhe land. Cards ton pupils arc- teaching through- out Alberta, nml points are in the Uni- ted States, Homo in thn islands of tho Hoa, and fitlll othor.s are only carrying out that am bit inn fin plan ted within thorn by of getting an Taste Real Raisin Bread and you'll want it ever after Go to the right dealers and get real raisin that's filled with luscious nourishing. Or bake a loat" at home according to the recipe below. Once try real Sun-Maid Raisin Bread and you'll be par- ticular thereafter to have the bread that's full of raisins. Bread filled with raisins brings you natural iron for the blood, and that means rosier cheeks. Iron helps to make healthy men, and pretty women. The blood needs little new iron daily, but that need is vitally important. Insure your full supply of iron by eat- ing raisins every day. Every first-class baker has this bread. SUN-MAID RAISINS SUN-MAID Raisin Bread i 3 cups flour 1 teaspoon salt 3 scant teaspoons baking powder tablespoons of sugar Siffwell together package Sun-Maid seeded raisins cups milk If desired to make bread a little richer, Z tablespoons of butter and 1 beaten egg may be worked in. Bake 50 minutes. Will make one loat. Cannot fail. This recipe makes delicious raisin muffins. un-MaidRaisiiiBread is made ivif h Sun-Maid finest. They are tender, meaty, lus- cious, fruit-meat, a natural and in- comparable confection. i Packed in California in a glass- walled, sun-lighted plant by immac- ulate methods. Clean, twett, uihaleiome, Ameri- can kind you know are good. Three varieties at all dealers: Sun- Maid (seeds Sun- Maid Seedless (grown without Sun-Maid Clusters (on the In- sist upon the Sun-Maid brand. Send for free book of attractive Sun- Maid Recipes. Cut This Out and Send It l Califoniii Raiiin Co. N J33 B, Fmao, C.I. J I'lcaic lend me your book, "Sun-Mild I free. CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATED RAISIN CO., Fresno, California Membership 10.OOO Groweti I ;