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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, 1946 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE ELEVEN Early Church History In City Is Recalled As St. Augustin's Marks Diamond Jubilee (Canadian Press May and clothes, rationed for last four years in Australia, are expected to continue rationed, until the end this vear. Tais Trifi create no great hard- ship to Aasizaliass for tise ration- iag is not and quantities far above those allowed ia and 2urope. Pood rationing oorers tea, mgar, butter and meat 2aca persoa allowed pound oJ tea, pounds of meat, six ounces of batter and one pound of sugar TreeScly. Babies, and invalids are allowed a atica. The scale iras izsstS- 8. British, array officers arrived nere Paul, soa of Mr. and Mrs. Howard from Washington Tuesday to cos- 1 Eraser Greenwood, bom Oct. 14. i fer -rich leaders of -Sxpedinon s r changes. spokesmen fay thai they can see 1S91. j When birtris were recorded at] that time, also stated the pro- fession or trade of the father. These i array i j.ne rwo officers. 3. Lumsders, chief of combined; operations representing the British October. has scheme. included merchant, laborer, gentle- man, farmer, miner, livery keeper, physician, hotel keeper, rancher, grocer, fireman. mason, sailor, grocer, etc. Members of the first Confirma- tion class in the records listed May 29, 1893, and included Philip Vibert. Grace Casey, Snid Martin. Lillian Dean. Mar- IJO.CAS, Daisy Kenny and Eva Murcott. The Mead. First Wedding of Herbert R- widower N.W.T, of Pincher 10 Edith Creek, Original 3t church and first briclc building ia city, built in 1887. Present St. Ausustin's churdi and rectory, situated on Eleventh St. and Fourth Ave. S. St. Augustin's first choir. Standing, left to right: "Curiy" King, N. T. Macltod, J. W. Curry. Seated: Rev. E. K. Matheson, B. B. Barnes. BARONET MISSING LONDON, 2VIay The home office and the police are seeking a baronet. He is Sir Bruce Colin Patrick Campbell, 42, third Baronet of Ardnarnurchan, Argyll- shire, who left his London home suddenly three years ago and had not been heard of since, A bachelor, he succeeded to th title in 1943 on the death of his father, Lt.-Col. Sir Bruce Stuart Campbell, the second baronet, wh while held by the Japanese Sumatra. It is possible the so does not know his father is. dead. 13. 1832. was the first wedding recorded Tciih. the ceremony being performed bv the rector of Grace Episcopal Church, Great Palls, Mont. Recorded also is ihe weddins on December 14. 1SS2. of Norman T. Macleod of the lo-vn of Lethbridge. j K.W.T, to Miss Margaret Sherlock, i Tragedy And Bravery i First burial recorded was ihat of', one month old George Howe of j Lethbridge on Feb. 13. 1833. Nora- j beside the death of-rred pneumonia, convulsions, inflama- tion of the bowels and meningitis. of Lethbridge and as the j spinster, of Piacher Creek, on July vears went by considerable develop. ment took place, and in 1906 the Mission fcnoTSTi as St. Mary's iras started In North Lethbridge. Dur- ing feat year the Mother Church enlarged. In 1910 the ilother Parish tras further divided by 1 creation of the parish of St. Cyprian's, and all ilia! part of the city lying to ihe south of the cen- of 6th Avenue -svas granted to it. In 1919 St. Cyprian's and the Mother Church, amalgamated under the original name of St. Augustin's with services being held in the ormer St. Cvprian's which, was at he comer of llth Street and 3th Avenue South. Services continued being held there until 1923 when the juilding was moved to its present ocatioa. comer of Fourth Avenue and llth Street South. The first service was held there on September 6th, 1923, the'Very Hev. Dean C. Swansea, now of Christ Church lathedral. Vancouver, being rector here at that time. First annual meeting of St. Vjgustia's oarishioners recorded was April with. C. H. Rich. P. Champaess, H. Macrda. r-. C. L. B. "VThitehead, J. E. Morris. G: H. Hcbinson and M. 1Dreeinan being mentioned- Members of the vestrv appointed the fall of that year included F. Chaapness. J. J. K. Cavar-ah and; Messrs C. B. Bowman, Vibert aad Sherloc-c. First Births Kecorded Frank, son of Mr. aad Mrs. John Hawley, born August IS, 1S3G, is the first birth, in St. Augustin's records while feose following close- It- after include Rita Eileen, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Cavanah, bom April 25.- 18S1: Eva, Kate. jpanny Mav. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Golliver. bom April 26, 1891; Charles Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs; F- B. Godwin (bank born Julv 6, 1S91; Harold Stewart, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. "W. Campbell. C313L. saw snowmobile espeaiiion trek frost Churchill, .ungton. aad Col. W. T. ;e st Each person nd materials for suits coupcris. Sssaed with SS INDIAN FOOD SITUATION- IS CAUSING AXXIETT LOSDOX May Cabie.J Indian food situatioa is causing "the greatest anxiety" be- cause drought has reduced home supplies of grain and shipments of cereals to India are not up to ex- pectations. Prime Mh-Jster Mid the commons today. SEES DAXGEK FOR LONDON. May .Mos- cow newspaper Pravca said the until June, but last. November the public was told thev hare to last unUl December. 1345. because of shortages. At the same time. 32 items were removed from, the coupon list. They included hats, foorxear. siociings. socks, hand- kerchiefs, and knitted garjnents. TSis made the coupon pofidoa somewhat easier, and most Austra- lians now consider rationing sufficiently generous. LUCKLESS GUN and _ _ Great Britain." which are dommation over the whole MONTREAL. May For the in little more than a lembers of the Montreal tment late lass sight suspected The brief gun battle. between a suspicions pair fwnv CROP r-nnrt GOOD MOSCOW. south May gave optimistic: the 1946 food "crop se Ukraine, one of greatest farming regions, grain sowing on collective farms on bridge builder. July IS. 1908. says, j "Died In rescuing others f rora; s Most prevalent diseases causing death ia the early days, acres more to the records, were consumption, already planted in the districts around Kiev, Odesso and Vinnitsa. escaoed. the fugitivea WHX.NOT EVICT OTTAWA. May ffl Minister Foumier said Tuesday in the commons he. had asked officials of his department to reconsider no- Ucss eviction which would have meant that living ia the London blocrt at Saskatoon would have lost their homes May 31. Hectors Of Church During the past 60 years the fol- lowing have been rectors: Rev. E. i K. Matheson. 1836-1388; Rev. J. F. i Pritchard. 1830-1890; Rev. S. B.j Jackson. 18S1-1892; Rev. C. H. Rich, j 1892-1SS3; Rev. A. J. Greer, 1SS3- 1ES6: Rev. F. H- Goodman, 1896- 1 1SSS; Rev. Ridley Beai. 18SS- 1901: Rev. W. 3. Magaaa. 1901- 1S03; Rev. J. S. Chivers. 1933-1910; Rev. Canon. Murrell-Wrlght, 1910- 192Q; Rev. Canon V. McMillan (St. Cyprian's) 1910-1919; Rev. Gore M- Barrow. 1920-1922; Rev. Cecil Swanson. 1922-1932: Rev. C. "Wade. 1932-1942; Rev. L. L. Grant, 1942-1945. Diamond Jubilee celebrations at Ss. Augustia's will be marked by services of Rededication this Sun- day, May 12. with the rector, the Rev. L. L. Grant, officiating and will be followed by a Golden. Jubilee banquet at the Marquis hotel Mon- day night at which rhe Bishop of Calgary, the Rt. Her. H. R. Ragg. MA_ D.D, will be the special speaker. 1886 60th 1946 Anniversary Banquet St. Augustin's Church Marquis Hotel, Monday, May 13 AT FJW. Guest Speaker THE LORD BISHOP OF THE DIOCESE MUSICAL PROGRAM obtain your tickets by 6 p-m. Friday, May 1Mb Seating: capacity for sale by afl membets of the Jnbflee Committee McCready's ltd. and E, S. Jackson, Sherlock Building- 7 If' fffff jeans must TN ORDER to strengtiieii the arm of the Church and enable It to meet the challenge A of postwar needs with intensified effort at home and abroad, members of the Church of England in Canada are asked to provide the sum of This money is urgently needed to carry on the Church's educational and social work ia Canada, to" meet Diocesan and general Synod needs as well as the expense of organization and administration, to carry on missionary work at home and abroad, to assist the Mother Church in England and the Churches of Europe in their work of rehabilitation, and to strengthen the pension fund for missionary clergy. wjl! allotted in the following ways Pension Fund Missionary Work Educational Work Social Work..... Church in Britain in Synod Administration Extension of Church Needs Organization and Administration Spiritual re-dedication must bear fruit in self-sacrificing practical endeavour if Use Church is to meet its Christian obligations. Be prepared to lend YOUR support to the limit of your ability when the Visitor calls during the week of May 12th to 19th, or mail your offering to your Diocesan Headquarters. 9 BISHOP The Right Reverend H. R. Ragg, M.A., D.D. DIOCESAN OBJECTIVE DioceMtn Orgwaizcr, F. J. CHALK, Calgary REDEDICATION THANK- ANGLICAN ADVANCE WORSHIP SERVE GJVE 144 JWSPAPERl iEWSPAPERl ;