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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, 1946 Church Women's Groups Confer BOW Several members of the TJnited Church Indies' Aid were relegates to meeting: in Medicine Eat on Thurs- day afternoon, when, all Women's Associations of the United Church to the Medicine Hat Presbytery met to consider the advisability of form- ing a Presbytery Women's Associa- tion. The guest sneaker for the occas- ion a Mrs. Robertson, of Van- couver and of Toronto. Mrs. Robertson gave an interesting address on the beginnings of this type of organization and outlired its advantages to the local associa- tion. as as telling of the things a larger group coald do. The dejgates will report to their local associations and a caeeung be held in June, when organization take place. Delegates were served tea by tee Fifth Avenue Women's Association. DISCUSS TERMS OF .SCHOOL MERGER PLAN BOW Mr. Bal- four. representative of the Depart- ment of Education, s. guest of the local school board at EJl's res- taurant on Thursday evening, prev- ious to a visit by rhs board and Mr. Balfour to the Foremost Divisional Board on Thursday evening. Mem- of the roo boards met to con- sider terats cf an agreement by which the Bo-sr. Island School Dis- trict No. 1SS7 could become a part of the Foremost School Division No. 3. LONG RESIDENT OF MICHEL LAID TO REST B.C. (HNS) The luneral of the late John Colonello, died suddenly while at the TranomUe hospital in Kamloops, B C., took nlace" at Michel on Sat- urday with" the funeral procession leaving the home of deceased's son and oroceedmg to the chapel of the Ladv of Mount Cancel at Natal where funeral services con- ducted by Father Brophy of Michel Immediately after the services the procession made its way to the cemetery -where the Una! graveside services'were held. Deceased was 68 yars of age, bom in. the citv of Snilimbergo, Italy. on November 22. 1S76, in the pro- vince of Udini. Ke was regarded as one of Michel's old-tuneis, having lived at Michel for the past 36 years during which zime he worked in the Michel mines UTITJI only a few years ago. He cams to Canada from Italy on August, 24. 1910, coming direct TO the mining town of Michel. He leaves to mo-orn lus only son, An- tonio Colonello of Michel, along his wife and onlv daughter in Italy. The pallbearers were B. Tom- fcosso. J. Tombosso. T. Tombosso. J. Baegio. D. Tombosso and T. Can- cian. The many floral and Mass cards showed that deceased highly esteemed in the cozn- BKIDES AttKIVE BELtEVUE. (HNS) Two war brides were recent- j ly welcomed here: Mrs. Charles Conners. who came from Scotland: and Mrs. Harry Jepson from London. the current Crusade for Christ and His Kingdom that the church has been devoting its utne to for the pass vear or more. Part of the program included a Preaching Mission March at which Rev. Harry A. Mutchmor of Lethbridge was the special speaker. Rev. W. J. Collett received tbe members into the church and was assisted in the ser- vice by the members of the session. DISTRICT NEWS PAGE FIVE Mobile X-Ray Clink at Vulcan VULCAN. Sponsored by the Vulcan's Lions .Club the Mobile T.B. X-ray Clinic completed a most successful of examin- ations here this week. Segiiuiing: on April 15 the clinic under the supervision ol Mr. and Mrs. Nels Nelson and Mr. Arthur Three More Natal Servicemen Back NATAL, B-C. (HNS) Among the latest Natal servicemen to re- turn to their hosnes after sen-ing __. ______ overseas and in Canada for the 5 Ayers, conducted tests on 3.640 men, past three or four years are Pie. women and children from an area of Mike Josay of Pictou Highlanders 1 59 mjigg m au directions from Vul- and Rfms. Alex Josay of the Re- i gina Rifles, two of four brothers! Residents of Tronics, Lomond, service during the war. j c a r m a n g a y, Champion. Milo. 3 Stonely availed themieUes of the soldiers on special guam semce. often travelling 40 or 50 IS. On Saturday, evening Mr. Soil was the guest of honor at a smoker Mr. and Mis. Sol! will be greatly Joe Musil of the who co-operated Saskatchewan FERNIE CHURCH HOLDS SUCCESSFUL BAZAAR FERXE, B.C. (HNS) The Women's Auxiliary of the Anglican Church held an afternoon tea and where lie was stationed with an force which was on an experimental tour. He went, overseas two years after joining up. landing in Eng- land in May. 1945. LdOUS and nsts i and with making up records of those exammed. Results of the examinations are not immediately known, as the plates mast be sent to the Keith Sanitarium for a thorough examin- ation, already their lum Much needed South Oldtimer Called By Death FROZEN FOOD PLANT OPENS ATFERNiE B.C. OHSS) The Femie frozen, food plant opened for business 3Sa? 1. This Js being operated by one of the Lynch Henry J.Seymow k Laid To Rest uneral of Herxy Joseph Seynaour, MILS RIVER. fHNS> Fri- i brothers, and wzll be A greas con- day, Mav 4, marked the passicz of venienee to local housewives. The______________t one of the well known old-time! sportsmen moreover will now oe who passed away in the local bos- residents o? southern Alberta in tbe preserve tieir game indefin- piial last Friday nigat, iras held death of Thomas Richard Hurlbun I of Milk River. He died in a Lesh- j bridge hospital after a lingering j Sir. Hurlbart was bom ia Sum- men-ilie. in Oxford County. On- tario. on April 17, 1871, and had' attained the age of 75 years. Oaf December 18. 1894. he was united in; marriage with Annie Zhzaoeth; Tufford of Mi. Vernon. Oat-, to] Early Spuds Are Nipped Macleod most important being the raising of funds with which to build a fine memorial swiamuns poo! here. The club was responsible for all inci- crew xtooinson 01 ruizasoni ana or.e dental expenses arising from haying o j of MUk River.! the clinic visit this point. The as weU as two sisters- MarvS examinations are. of course, abso- Muth and Mrs. Ida Avrhan. both of! lutely witnout c.narge. Fort gj-g Or.tar-o two i In the above are shown., ,-H left to right. Arthur Avers, technician; Mervin Mclntyre. presi- frosa the 'V-'iate Chapel la holss on Tuesday afternoon. Rer. 1 w. j. Coilett. minister of the I United ehurcii, officiated. Mr. Sey- imour was 90 years oid at the rime "of his death, having been bora in Street. Somerset, in 1355. He came to Canada in 1911 and iBmnedately sealed In the Cam- forth district, southwest of feolos. aad fanned there 2or cumber of years. Mere recently be were i MACLEOD 'HNS) Monday and his wife have been bvtsg in tee night's fros; turned those early po- tcwn. They izlebrated their 57th o.. OSQ oranc tatoes that were up in gar- I anniversary oa Aprs 3. Besides his he Js Fosexcfs Wo. Thom sons. Vaneourer Canadian, army graad- chddren. Pallbearers were "Walter Bice Jones. W m. Rcntnaine, Frank Carey. j Wra. Day. Win. Oliver and "W, Hart. Interment in the ClareshcUa cemetery. Geo W. Hisgrose cireci- ed the arrangements. (HNS) coc- Ke leaves to mourn Jiis leas J widow, Mrs. Annie Hurlburt of I Milk River, one daughter. Mrs. An-' drew Robinson of Eizakoni and or.e :ed in short Other- very liztle damage was done. Start Work On Pool i ers. Ernest Hurlburt of Detroit, and j Allan Hurlbilrt of Toronto, also j Kathryn. Ken-' Ronnie Thomas, secretary of the Vulcan Mobile X-rav John j Mitchell, chairman of committee in' charge; Mrs. N. Nelson and N., Nelson, X-ray technicians. HEADACHES Saturday afternoon. The weather being warm and bright this social event was well attended, snd was quite successful financially. MISSIONARY EXERCISES COMMENCE AT MICHEL B.C. The Grilles Tactics Amaze Former Macleod Girl MACLEOD. (HNS) The grilles will get you if you don't watch out, intimates Mrs, W. A. Ironsioe writing from Guayaquil, Ecuador, South. America, to Mrs. F. J. of Macleod. She teUs of losing a pair of hose and other articles of feminine apparel through the inroads of these insects. The' grilles ipronounced greel-yo in Spanish) travel in millions, and the only way to make sure one's clothes are' free of infestation is to shake them out morning and night, she explains. Though easily frightened these Insects will biie badly if cornered. In describing the country where they are now located Mrs. Ironside" stated she saw many discouraging poverty and filth with the occasional mansion as contrast. The poor lived in bamboo huts and were undernourished and consump- tive. Water is impure and store foods are kept under unsanitary condition. Engaged in. doing aerial photo- graphy for the International Ecua- dorian Petroleum Co., Mr. ironside was formerly a flight sergeant sta- tioned at the Macleod air training station. JOE BATES APPOINTED TO COALHURST STAFF DIAMOXD CITT. OHXS) Joe Bates is receiving congratula- tions from his friends here upon the successful completion of his Normal School training and subse- quent appointment to the staff of ihe Ccaihurst school. Joe Bates was a popular student in the Diamond City high school and was prominent in all school activities. He was the president of the students council, very active and outstanding m the athletic life ofjche school and a top-ranking oflicer in the cadets. According to reports he distinguished himself similarly sz Kormal ScjiooL Joe is the second student? from this school to enter the teaching profession. The first, was older brother, David, who entered S-C.A_F- service immediately after graduating from Kormai School. place at Michel for the time in four vears, being conducted bv Rev. Henry F. Bartley. CJSSSL, a mis- sionary priest. The mission commences on May 8 for the children of the parish, and Busy Southern Alberta FAMILY REUNION MILK RIVER. (HNS) The first time in 40 years that the Leffley family had all been to- gether, occurred recently -a hen they gathered with some other relatives at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Susse. Grandpa Leffley had the following as hi5 guests: Bob Leffley, Los Angeles, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leffley. Vancouver Island. B.C.; Mrs. Bessie Erickson, daugh- He was a member of th? in Oirario. He served on and was actively engaged in United Church work la Milk River. Funeral was held Monday. May 6. at 2 pan. from the United Church at Milk River. Rev. T. M. Karpoff officiating and Martin Bros, of Lethbridge in charge of arrange- j meats. levellicg the bottom of the com- munity memorial swunming poo! which largely sponsored oy the Board of Trade and the Club here. j The cement will soon be poured t the forms con- stant throobinj can mke Eft a rnaey. rear of the iafcwjx to south of the irutet aod excess adds concludes on Mav 11. The niision ter. Ruth, and granddaughter. >JTA.. i Great "Palls- ATrs and BATMONB BRIEFS MILK RIVER NOTES MUK RIVSR. (ENS) Mrs. Jack Campbell spent the weekend in Calgary visiting her mother, Mrs. Eolliuquist. Mr. and Mrs. Torn Hurlburt Jr. came frotn Taber on Sunday to at- tend the funeral of Mr. Hurlburt's grandfather. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dupen have moved into their new farm home. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Brown are building a new home. A farewell program was held Sun- day night in the 2nd Ward church for Joyce Philips. Speakers were Eoulon Dahl. Bishop L. L. Palmer, Miss Phillips and her mother. A solo by Jos. McLean and several numbers by the choir were ren- dered. Miss Phillips is leaving Sat- urday for Sale Lake Citv, from, there she will leave for a "mission for the LJXS. church in Eastern Canada. The Readers' Progress Club met at the home of Mrs. Athol Cooper, May 1st, for thsir regular monthlv meeting. Twelve members and one visitor were present. President Luella Nilsson took charge. The bock review was given fav Mrs. I'va Jensen. She chose as "her book, "Winter by Mildred Walk- er. Mrs. Verland'Leavitt became a member of the club Mrs. Cooper was assisted in servine a lovely lunch by Mrs. Martha Taylor, assis- tant hostess. Bora to and Bill Mc- Arthur (nee jaazel Kicken) a daugh- ter. Mr. McArthur is here from Winnipeg. for the adults commences on May 12. and concludes on Mav 19. This parish mission for the Catholics of Xatal and Michel has been made possible through the efforts of the parish priest. Father Brophy- A mission is a course of spiritual exercises.consisting mam- ly of special sermons and instruc- tions on ihe teachings of the Catholic church and the duties of Christians given by a priest, who is devoted especially to this kind of work. MEETING SOW ISLAND. (HNS) The Anglican W.A. met at the home of Sirs. S. Egan on Wednesday after- noon with a good attendance. The meeting was in the form of a tea party, in honor of one of the long- est standing members, Ridge- dale, uhose birthday it was. Expert Recap, Retread and Repair Don't take chances driving on Wei! retrf-ac your tires expertly make sr.j other recessr.ry repairs. We're fcre experts! Good tires make for safe dnvicg. NORTH LETHBRIDGE MOTORS AND AUTO WRECKERS AUTHORIZED GOODYEAR TIRE DEALERS I3th Street N. Phone 42fi8 MEDICINE HAT SOCIAL NEWS MEDICINE HAT. (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Lome Walker have as their guest Mrs. Praine, of Winni- peg, aunt of the latter, who will spend a few weeks in the city. Nursing Sister Ida Kealey held a delightful tea at the Masonic hall on Saturday afternoon. Guests were received by the regent, Mrs. L. Downing, and Mrs. A. Johnston. The tea table centered by a lovely bouquet of pink snapdragon was presided over by Mrs. Harold Pat- ton and Mrs. J. D. Morrison. Assist- ing were Mesdames H. R. Hutcbin- son. Lome Walker. L. Christie, S. Blasr. C. Wright. J. D. Lindsay, Reg Clay, J. R. Vallis. Ward, W. 3. Dempster and others. During the afternoon Mrs. Reesor played piano selections. Lieut. Charles R. Gardner. Mrs. Gardner and small son, are guests ac the home of Mrs. Gardner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Gibson, and of Mr. and Airs. J. H. Riddell. They expect to re- turn to their home in Lincoln. Ne- braska, the middle of the month. Mesdames F. E. Wooten. A. S. Lockwood. and C. H. Harvey were joint hostesses at a shower on Thursday in complement to Miss Eileen Taylor, bride-elect. Mrs. Thos. Taylor presided over the prettily arranged tea table. The Great Falls; Mrs. Penrose. Mr. and Mrs. Will Anderson, Grandma and Anderson, Milk River. CHICKENS LOST IN BLAZE COWLEY. (HNS) Alex Yagos had the misfortune to lose 100 baby chicks when his brooder house caught fire. The Yagos family were away froni home at the Time and neighbors, seeing the blaze, rushed over and prevented the fire from spreading to the new barn and the house. The old bam which adjoined the brooder house was also consumed bv fire. TO FT. SMITH POST COWLEY. (HNS) Bud Walls, formerly maintenance man at the Cowley airport, has accepted the position of airport manager at Fort Smith and left on Sunday for the north. BUILDING NEW HOMES MILK RIVER. iHNS) D. Enes, George Santa and Harcld Neal are all engaged in building new homes, and Mr. and Mis. Her- bert EUert have just moved into their newly remodelled home, AID CANCER FUND DIAMOND The United Church Sunday school at Diamond City donated S20 to the Cancer Fund, following a special program on Sunday. A special fea- ture of the day was the" presenta- tion of a Sne white leather Bible to Mrs. A. J. Branch by the boys' class, of which she has" been the teacher for the last three years. Mrs. Branch entertained her class at a jolly lawn party later. guest of honor was presented a gift from those present and a book of recipes made up of the favorite recipe of each guest. Miss Taylor was honored again when her aunt. Mrs. Wia; Crawford, and Mrs. G. M. Graham entertained for her. Little Miss Domniv- Graham received DR. KENNEDY SUSTAINS BROKEN KNEE-CAP A. H. N. Kennedy was taken to Calgary Tuesday evening suffering from a broken knee-cap of his right leg sustained when he slipped and fell at tbe hospital here on Tuesday af- ternoon. Ralph Townsenc accom- panied the doctor to Calgary. DIES AT CRANBROOK CRANEROOK, (HNS) Associated with East Kootenav's lumber industry for nearly 45 years, A i i _, _. -1 the guests and Mrs. Stewart Wai- Barker Carter Qied in the severai here at the aee of 83 after Health. serving. Mrs. Thos. Taylor poured. Later gifts were presented bv little Miss Dommy to the guest of honor. LOMOND BRIEFS S. Hen- derson is recov ring from an ap- 1 pendix j Harry Tayior is going to work in the "93" garage now that he has received his discharge from army. i Mr. and Mrs. O. Hoffman uere _ in Calgary recently to attend the wpdciing of tfieir daughter, j The Badger Lake community i sponsored a welcome home dance for five of the returned oien. A fine COWLEY NOTES COWLKY- fHNS> Mrs. Griff Parry was hostess to the ladies of the Altar Society on Sun- day afternoon. Ten members were present and enjoyed a social hour following the regular business meet- ing. Half an inch of moisture fell in the i the Cowley district on Monday i momine. being a welcome boost to j crops and grass. ENJOY CONCERT DIAMOND CITY. (HN5> tne auspices of the local i crowd attended and lunch -RasjC.G.IT. a bright program was served. Each boy received a gift j presented before an appreciative of money. j audience on Fnday. with the object Mrs T. Teasdale gave a birthday of raising funds for their mothers i party for ?.Irs. McAhster who ceie- t and daughters banquet which wili brated ner 82nd birthday. Thirty- be held this month. The pro- vaned and very enler- i Lunch served 1_________________ i Miss D. Lindstedt is home after WARVFR i receiving her teacher's diploma DARNER NOTES Manj ir. the Lomond district have w P N-Fp rwvcri -LT-. VU3Can lhe ray j Great Fails the past ueek. Mrs A. Milhaem returned from j Calgary on Saturday, after spend- CUEST SPEAKER BOW ISLAND. (HXSF Rev. Andrew S. Wood of Calgarv. secre- tary for the British ana Foreign Bible Society, was a guest speakes ai St. Andrew's United Church on Sunday morning He outlined to the congregation .the growth of the society's work since its 140 years ago. and told of some interesting incident-, showing how ing the past coupie of weeks Bl'BTAL AT FERXTE Cheevers conducted s, T> v John, ar.d a daughter Mrs. Gonda. Jansiatiosis of the are secur- He had resided here for many years! ea. HOLD SOCIAL EVENING CONDUCT FUNERAL FERNIE, B 'HNS) 'HNS) The services for Edna Edgar were held of tne Michel Knights of, Maj 6 from the United Church. NATAL. members ___ Colivnbus of the Fernie Council of The oVccVscd w'a.s tne Knights of Columbus held a eld. Che is rnourncu bj her n.oihr? social cvfnmg jr. the I.O.O.F. hall i and a brother Charles. nr. XfllJll Allrn rnnrmrtpri ThA Natal recently. Rev. Allen conaucted the services. STORE CHANGES HANDS BOW ISLANT3. (HNS> Mr. Geo. Hahn has sold his grocery1 DAW ICI AWn r f T T store and business as well as his DU Vf iOJUATlU C.U.I. 1. home to F. R. Mellen of Tiiley. who has been running a Re store there. Mr. Hahn has been inj business in Bow island for two I "fie <5st MEETS GIRLS' LEADER j ed in the laying out" of gardens I surrostr-ding the r.ew colonial tyse i j house now under construction for J. W. ColwelL These will fill up a loag vacant' gap in the centre of the tows ond i i will add greatly to its beauty. J badbtciw, s rot aay aflca fct- Ocdifs Stdeer Pitts hda TOOT _ f _ Get Dod.ii todij. t4t years, having formerly been a school-! Bow Island C.GJ.T. group, with teacher. He intends to go into busi- j leader. Mrs. R. G. Wood, and ness in Medicine Hat. and his busi- ness here will be taken over by the new owner on Mav 8. GIRLS VISIT CITY MILK RIYSR. (HNS) Ten C.GJ.T. girls, accompanied by their leader. Dons Nett. spsnt the week- in Lethbridge. enjoying the points of interest in the city. They' were registered ac the Marquis Hotel. "VISITOR FRO5I SEATTLE MILK RIVER. (HNS) Will Lees arrived. Sunday for a visit uith the Hummel relatives. He motored from Seattle and repojted they were having lots of ram there. Mrs. R. McMurray, attendee a rally at Medicice Hat. on Friday after- noon and evening in Fifth" Avenue Church. About 70 C.G-I.T. girls and j their leaders were present to meet the secretary of the Girls" Work Board, iliss Margaret Mann, who is returning from a meeting of the Dominion Religious Education! Council at Toronto. Members of the different groups enjoyed games, under the direction of Miss Mann, and each group was called on give an outline of their work for the year, after which a t lunch was served by the senior group I at Fifth Avenue Church. To Those Convalescing After Severe Illness After many severe iflnesses or serious operations the patient a very- often Irft ia an eitramay weak, nervous, run-down condition. To all those convalescents who need some ?C. of a tonic to stimulate and up tie weakened svstem, we would recommend Health, and Nerve Kfls to them back to again. These pills help supply dements necessary to assist the in bringing back bodily strength and Price 50c a box. 65 pills, at all time counters. Look for our registered trade a "Bed Heart" oc tie package. MHbura Co., We're all set for a More Beautiful Home with this FREE COLOR GUIDE! If They're looking at Sherwm-Williams' exciting new portfolio "A Guide to More Color-Full It's packed with wonderful ideas for making your more beautiful, more satisfying to live in. biggest you color photo- transform your expertly-decorated bedrooms, play- is "well as actrac- color and paint SHERWIN- WILLIAMS PAINTS VARNISHES ENAMELS MACLEOD'S LTD. 324 Fifth St. S. Phone 4240 ;