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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MAY Waterloo Park News And Notes WATEBfTON LAKES NATIONAL Betiy Giddie returned to Calgary on Sunday after spending the Easter vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Giddie. Mr and Mrs. Wm. Gregory of Milk River were recent, guests of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Gregory. Mr. and Mrs. J. Pitiaway, Jr.. ot Rivmoad, were recent guests of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Pittaway. Mr. and Mrs. Barry Reeves ana son Barney, and Mrs. A. L. Kern- mis were recent Calgary visitors. Lion President E. Haug and Mrs. HauK. Lion Tamer T. H. Barwood and Mis. Harwood. Lion George De- lany and Mrs. Delany. and Lion Albert Roper were visitors to the BeUevue lions club on Friday night as the buffet supper and dance held Mr! and Mrs- Ed Johnson and children were recent visitors at. the home of Mrs. Johnson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Barnes. Miss Orpha CaldweU of Cardston and Miss Alice Backman of Warner Frank's Cafe Now open for business WATERTON PARK Alberta F, Goble, proprietor BACK OVimSEAS JOXHCINE Lieut. A. L. S. Har- rison arrived from overseas early in tne iceefe and is spending leave -Kith his wife at the nome of her Mr. aad Mrs. M. C. Bishop. I Many At Rites For L Erkkson DISTRICT NEWS PAGE FIVE were Easter tlsiUKS ol Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Christiansen at Belly River Ranger Station. Mr. and Mrs. K. H. Boswell were Watertoa Park visitors -his week making preparations for tne open- ing of foe Prince of Wales of ich Mr. Bosweil again be manager. A very season is anticipated. Mr. BosweJl states. reservations already heavily book- ed. restaurant opened on May 1 and meals Trill be served con- tinually tnrougiioiK, tbe seasoa. Constable and Mrs. E.C-R- Peters were recent visitors to Calgary. Mr. and Mrs. G. Baker were Cal- garv visitors this week. Friesds will be pleased to leara of the continued improvement m health of J. P. Hackette. who is a patient in Cardston hospital. Mrs. Lynch, daughter Diana and son Jimmie of Winnipeg are the guests of Miss Roma Lynch. Leo Smith has returned to the park from Cardston and will shortly resume his duties as chef of the Tourist Cafe. Busy Southern Alberta LITTLE CKOT SEEDED i Cardston Lions club presented their Ma? Day Blossom Ttee in Barnwell. for plum trees never before bear- ing bloom are in f uH bloom and lanes are fragrant from the plum trees made beautiful as the buds burst into blossosa. Apple trees are slowly opening, too. in all their glory. EarJy yel- low and purple ins are ia full fcloora alan? bleedtEg hearts. daisies, passdes as well as the yellow snowdrops and violets still vising for tiieir early place of prominence in early flowers. Magratk Sedfag HOSPITAL PATIENT RAYMOND. (HNS) Friends will regret to learn that Al- Ired is a patient, in hospital. Ritchie Patersori Company CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS AUDITORS PO BOX 940. TELEPHONE 2619 5 and 6 ACADIA BLDG. 612 THIRD AVE. S. Lethbridge Northern Bus Lines BUS SCHEDULE READ UP READ DOWN p.m. a.m. a.m. p.m. 9.15 10.45 Lethbridge 6.45 5.45 8.55 10.20 Murry Cor. 7.10 6.10 8.45 10.10 Diamond City 7.20 6.20 8.35 10.00 Shaughnewy 7.30 6.30 8.25 9.45 Picture Butte 7.55 6.55 8.05 9.25 Iron Springs 8.15 7.15 7.40 9.00 Turin 8.40 7.40 Sunday only, Leaving- Lethbriase to Picture Butte at 5.45 p-m. Sunday calv, tearin? Picture Butte to Lethbrldge at 6.45 pjn. Saturday only, Special leaving Letbbridge to Picture Bntte only. at 11.00 pjn. Saturday only, Special leaving- Picture Butte to Letbbridge, at 11.55 p.m. We are open for arrangements for chartered trips. Phone 3536, 4036 or 91-3134 _ hymns: "Oh My "Shall We Meet Beyond the River" and "Sometime We'll Understand." Benediction was offered by Heber Perrett. Interment was in the Mountain View cemetery at Leth- Mrs. Craig j bridge, ihe grave being dedicated by Albert Brandley. Pallbearers were Wra. Kate. J..R. Siewart. Ervine Nelson. John Pel- ham. Ray Nilsson and Robert Fos- ter, all of Wreatham. Mr. Siewart. one oi the pallbear- ers, was not, at, home as the time of Mr. Erickson's death but upon hearing of it a; Edmonton, and not being able to make a reserva- tion on tne regular plane, chartered a special plane in order to arrive in 'time for funeral. Welford Levar Hricksoa was bora June lltrs. 1833, at Mt. Pleasant, Utah. He was the second son ol Mr. and Mrs. Edward Enckson, old- timers of Stirling and TyrrelTs Takp district, who predeceased him sever- tbe partaients o: organization of Be- i Agriculture, agricul- j BACK FROM OVERSEAS rural schools, experiment stations. and extension work were the tasks given this 3-man mission. IMPROVING PREMISES f HNS> Johnson and son, contractors of Enchant, are in the village raising the -Red and White store, and putting a foun- dation under the building. W. R. Brown, general merchant. Intends to enlarge and otherwise improve the premises. GOING TO NEW ZEALAND CARUSTON. (HNS) Mrs. Elaine Wynder Ifatihews and baby daughter left this week for San Francisco on the first lap of her Sgt- Henry MOTHER'S DAT MEETING Coal- dale WJL Girls' May meeting took the form of a "Mothers Day" raeet- ing. when the mothers of the girJs J and the presidents of Coaldale and Chin WX. Mesdames M. Ruuen and R. Ross, were honor guests. The president of the Coaldale Girls' club. Miss Laura Campbell, presers-.- ed their leader. Mrs. Betty Meyers. with a beautiful corsage of Sweet- heart roses. The meeting was held at the Ed Owen home aad during the short business period a num- ber of finished articles for the June bazaar were handed in. SALWAY FAMILY HOLD REUNION AT CARDSTON MAGEATH, for the Alberta, ranrtirg factory started May 2. uSth, cora the first to be planted, tiie acreage of which is expected io ran to 158. Seeding of also tta- derwar, and the acreage covered by j this wili amount to almost Beans this rear irfil also at a. iittle i more plemtfol, with an acres so be cropped. Soil coaditinos generally good, but a good rain woald be reach appreciated by the farmers. Pre- vailing feiga winds of haw dorse to reduce ary saoisttwe tfcai was In. ssore. aad after csnting soise of Jfce fall wheat i: has been necessary lor soase faKssers to seed. The BRIEFS Jessie Mai- da has accepted a position with F. Coaldale, returned last week after serving several years overseas. David Friesen. who was with the Medics! Corps, also returned last week and is spending a 30-day leave at the honie of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. D. Friesen, Sr. LADIES' AID MEETS SPRING COULS5. The Spring Coulee United Church ladies' Aid met, at the home of Mrs. G. Rice on Thursday after- noon, May 2, with 17 members and two visitors present. Mrs. R. S. jouraev to New Zealand Her hus- Thompson read the devotional and band baid the supreme sacrifice the Bora's Prayer was repeated in overseas in the war and she is testers-cere read from those goiag: to his home to join his fam- iwh? kad received flowers and cards ily. expects to be gone about m hospital. It was ceciced to Barg." son of Mr. George of W. Martin, aad is now clerstog to two years. FESTIVAL PLATS CARESTON. (HNS) The al years did his only sister, Mrs. Ada Anderson. a JTTnn" His education was received at MEDICINE HAT Stirling High School where he was i one of the foremost students, popu- i iar with teachers and fellow stu- j cents. Mr. Brown, principal at the time and himself a was ATTRACTIONS FOR THE COMING WEEK AT THE CAPITOL HELD OVER ONE DAY MONDAT ONLY "THE BELLS OF ST. MARY'S" Starring BIXG CROSBY UfGRID BERGMAN TUESDAY TILL SAT. ZttAY 7-11 "KISS AND TELL" Starring SHIRLEY TEMPLE JEROME COURTLAXD ROXY MONDAY AND TUES. MAY 6-7 "Four Feathers" Truth About Murder WEDNESDAY AND THTJRS. MAY 8-9 "Jungle Book" AlSO "An Angel Comes to Brooklyn" FRIDAY AND SAT. MAY 10-11 "Life With Blondie" Also "Texas Panhandle" FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE USE BOOKS OF THEATRE TICKETS especially impressed with his musi- cal ability, wishing him to continue studying along this line. After his marriage to Vera Brandley he moved to Wrentham where he engaged in farming, later operating a grocery store and serv- ing as postmaster, which position he held at time of his death. His friendly and courteous service ren- dered as postmaster and storekeep- er will long be remembered by the Wrentham people. He leaves to mourn his passing, besides nis wife, three daughters. Mrs. Margaret Baker of Grassy Lake and Vonda and Cleo of Van- B.C.. and three sons. Bert Dillon and Larry of Wrentham, also four brothers. Arthur and Ralph of Stirling, George of Raymond and Taffy of Lethbridge. Cioristensen Bross. of Lethbridge were in charge. BARNWELL BRIEFS BARNWELL (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Burl Peterson have a new son i born Saturday morning. I The study group held at Douglas j Anderson's Sunday evening was the first since his home was moved to its new location near the school. It is being much imoroved. Wavne Anderson was rushed to 1 Lethbridge hospital last week with 1 lead poisoning resulting from the i painting of the ceiling in his new storeroom. He is slowly recovering. MEDICINE HAT NOTES MEDICINE HAT. (HNS) Mr. R. H. Hayward of Winnipeg, a I former resident of this city, is a j business visitor for a couple weeks. i Mrs. R. Balls and her sister. Miss Rose Marie, who were Calgary visit- i ors for several days, returned home on Monday. Doctors G, Ross Gibson and J. D. Morrison are in Calgary attend- ing the two-day clinic being held this week. Mrs. A. B. P._ Kieb. Mrs. ML p. SOCIAL NEWS MKDICINE HAT. (HNS) Mr. Robsrc Hewing arrived home from Penticton. B.C.. on Monday where he had spens the past week. He was accompanied by Mrs. Hewing who had spent the week visiting her par- ents. Mr. and Mrs. Boyce in Leth- bridge. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Straiten were at home at the airport on Sunday when friends called, the occasion being Mr. Stratum's birthday. About 20 guests called and the three-tiered birthday eske -nss cut and served. Mr. M. Muir. who has been a j visitor to "Vancouver for the past couple weeks, returned to the city I early in the week. j Mr. and Mre. W. A. Williams are attending the graduation exercises j ac the Royal Alexandra hosnital in Edmonton. Their daughter. Miss Eileen Williams, is among the grad- uates. Miss Mary Boyle of Bellevue has returned home after spending Easter at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. Hunilev. Mr. BL G. T. Mann, the new Bsnk buy linoleum io put on tables in the Sunday Sciiool room. Mrs. A. Bossingham and Mrs. E. Long are in charge of the program for the meeting to be held in June at the home of Mrs. T. Beswick. Mrs. Jol- liffe and Mrs. F. Brown had charge of the May programs. Two small girls. Patsy Johnson and Beverley Thompson, played piano selections. Mrs. Brown cad charge of a scrip- ture quiz. Lunch was served by Mrs- Rice, assisted by Mrs. O. Malmberg. TO 3IARK MAY 8 (HNS) Pre- parations are well under way all committees on their toes for the big V-E Day celebration being held on May 8. This will be an outstanding event in Cardston. DEATH the store. Mr. and-----.. were recent visitors at Lundbreck at the home of their son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Lundy. Mrs. McBeath and daughter Rcse left Monday by plane for Chemalis. Vancouver to visit Mr. and Mrs. Waller, another soa-ia-law and daughter. HERE FROM: COAST CARDSTON: CHNS> Mr. and Mrs. Dee Sherwood and baby of Vancouver are visiting here this week. when their five sons ail home ac oace for tee first- tirse la many years. Salwar is a. veteran of the First World War and fotur of his sons hare served with in the Second Great War. The sous are Jack of Medicine Eat, Harold of Cardstoa. who was overseas for four years; Hoiman. who served with the QnaHian arm" throui Italian campaign and who was overseas six years: Rowe. who serv- ed in the air force two years and is leaving this week to attend an op- tical school in Toronto; and Mcnon. the youngest, who is still in the army stationed, at Medicine Hat. Their daughter. Mrs. Sva. Tagg. of Cardstoa. was also present. HOXOKED HATMOSD. Mrs. J. D. Brown was la town Friday lor a oarty at the home of Mrs. Czar Fairbanks she entertained for Brown az, her farm fcoaie Tuesday. STIRLING The "iarjoiie aad Say Strarge j were guests cf Mr. and Mrs "v. Soackmas. On their return home tiiey were aceorapa- rv-ed bv Fav Scackman for a visit with them over the weekend. SOCIAL EVENING RAYMOND. tSSS) Mrs. DANDELIONS and WEEDS of Commerce manager who succeeds Mr. Merritt H. Smith, arrived at the -weekend. He was accompanied by Mrs. Ward who spent the week- end in the city returning to Cal- gary on Mondav. Mr. Merritt H- Smith left, on Tuesday for Winnipeg where he has been transferred. "Mrs. Smith ana the family will join him later in the summer. Mr. Archer White. Forest Grove. B.C., arrived in the city at- the weekend to join Mrs. White and small son Robert who have been guests of Mrs. White's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Boyd. Mrs. E. Downing left on Sunday for Gladstone. Manitoba, called there by the serious illness of her sister. Mrs. W. C. Grantham. Mis. H. A. Tubby, who has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. R. B. Davidson, for several weeks, left at the weekend to return to her home in Winetka. HUnois. Capt. and Mrs. W. R. B. Nixon and small daughter Dawn returned are smong the recent arrivals war brides from the Old Country. Stracnan and Mrs. M. E. White Oa Tuesday from Edmonton where Capt. Nixon was siationed as padre at the military hospital. Mrs. Nixon and Dawn will remain at their home in the city and Capt. Alison will pro- ceed to Leihbridge where he has been posted as padre at the intern- ment "camp. ANNOUNCES MILKING fill No No No WITH POf RIVI ACTION MUATION troublesome pipe Pulsator to about installation charges ___ It's aasvrer to tody's for sstlkcr zbsz c ag, while the J Simply It crires you ns frfig m iudf is s xrut m prodscxoc fcicte-r miTfc, viJa m Jover bcdcna cogat. la. Iftct, immAmcct dairy trttxti m mtsott u cafn t I MM wheel it in and start milking. Available with II0V AC, 110V DC and 32V DC motors, or with gasoline engines. Clean wv.tr MM H. AMMtSON WM. CO. 318 EIGHTH STREET S. Telephone 2376 SOUTHERN ALBERTA ELECTRIC LIMITED No more back breaking Xo sir! Now can have a lawn FREE from candeLons and needs. Sounds too good to true? But it IS truer Thinks to DANDELION and WEED KILLER This rnjracle-workusz preparation in highh- concentrated form 1 ounce- ft Get FAIRVIEW DANDELION and WEED KILLER from Hardware. Drus and General Stores Insist on and Killer (baiic materials sup- Nswratuck Chenualsl it's another of FAIRVIEWS fuiranteed products one of a family which in- cludes DDT Garden Spray: 5% DDT Barn Spray. Fair- view 57J. DDT Household Surface Swmv: 30% DDT Live- Mock tfprajr. Fairmew Fly Cop "fcltn DDT; and famous household cleaner. FOR-ALL (formerly Chor- Allj A weatern wrNtcm oiftanimatlon for 2? FAIRVIEW CHEMICAL COMPANY LTD- REGINA SASH. Ft S CALGARY mm AUTO WHEEL REP AIRS and DISTRIBUTORS Yon can now change your TRACTOR FROM STEEL TO RUBBER We can supply WIDE-BASE RIMS WHEELS (for longer tire mileage) Together With Expert Service. Also Truck Wheels Rims, Pass- enger Wheels, Trailer Axles and Tractor Rims. ABENDS 60S FIRST ST. EAST HaroJd Stevens -ras pleasantly sur- prised when, the Birthday club at fa'ir home Monday night. Sooki iras plaved. prizes going to Mrs. j Frank Sho-r and Mrs. Walt Peip-! grass, consolation to Mrs. Gehni- uck. A lunch was served and a. gifl presented to Mrs. Stevens. BACK FROM COAST Lucille Harton has returned from Vancou- ver u-here she visited her sister for a few weeks. HARRISON. Iflf McCORD 1 COMPLETE RADIATOR SERVICE Original Equipment RADIATORS AND CORES, Radiators Ltd. 114 Eifhth Si- S. Near C-PJK. Station phone 412L "Desire Ability." TIRES have Tubes and Rims in. stock of following 550x16 13x36 600x16 11x26 650x16 14x28 750x16 11x40 14x30 750x20 12x24 14x34 8x24 13x24 !5x2S 9x24 13x26 15x32 9x36 13x28 180Ox24 10x28 13x30 4OOxS ALSO FULL STOCK OF CAR AND TRUCK TIRES AND TUBES We have the Jartest Vulcaninnr Plant ta southern Alberta for Cw, Track. Tractor and Earth-Mover Tires. Fast atxt efficient service all recapping. Car, Track and Tractor Tires, NORTH LETHBRIDGE MOTORS AND AUTO WRECKERS AUTHORIZED GOODYEAR DEALERS 301-307 13th Street X. Phone BARNWELL BRIEFS ap- pear to have weathered the recent frost. Fields and gardens are dry j and a real soaking ram is needed-' Some reseedins is necessary at Bamwell following the high winds. Irrigation water is much in de- mand. Patsv Bullock was brought home from "Tabcr hospital Wednesday night following the accident, at j Cranford some ten days ago. Mrs. Ehel Vance is here again from California looking after her J aged mother, Mrs. Rozina John- son. as her son Gumsey Johnson NOTICE THE GRILL CAFE, HMBERLEY Wish to advise the general public that their restaurant has not been closed since the change of ownership last August. Inspection of kitchen and is invited at any time. Wool Growers GEO. R. YOUNG has been appointed to succeed the late JOE WORKMAN in southern Alberta agent for a Whitaker Co. Ltd. Peterborough, Ont. Bags and strings available TeL 46 Carfstott i has four brothers residing here. Ben. Everett, Milace and Lavone ;son. MAGKATH BRIEFS R. P. Hatch Stavcly, who served with the Canadian army overseas for three years, was a guest at the home of Manon Ackroyd and his i sistT. ilrs. Ackroyd. Mrs. A. Howitl, K.N.. of Milk Rjver. is temporarily lilhng a xa- cancy at the Magrath Municipal s hospital. Hiss Mary Maiinski. re- cent matron, has talten another Mis-c Lois Gibb has returned home frcm Edmonton. Sundav e'venms friends gathered a: the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Dow for a surprise parjy honoring Miss Nadine and Hlsworth Sconlle. Dow and Mrs. Sco- viJie lunch. Recent guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. G. V. Balderson uere Miss Manha Houston cf High Rix'er and Miss Marion Hood of Okotoks. Kenneth Murray of Champion visited his mother, Mrs. Elsie Mur- ray, last week. Blair Murray spent a holiday at Coalhurst. Miss Hena Moll, a recent student at the University of Alberta, is j teaching Household Economics at I the Magrath High School. She re- i places Mrs. Mclba Ackroyd. j H. Tilfon-Jones is a prucnt In a Lcihbndge hospital. Irrigating From An Easy Chair "Yes sir, when it comes to irrigating ray lawn and garden, my little pump has taken the labor right out of the job. "And with our home pressure system my wife, too, has that magic touch that gives her running water when and where she it." Gear Pumps, Centrifugal Pumps, and Pressure can do so to make life easy. See us for yours. General Farm Supplies Ltd 1621 THIRD AVE. S. LETHBRIDGE KWSPAPERl iWSPAPfc.RI ;