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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY. MAY Hiram Prouty Is Laid To Rest ENCHANT. (.HNS) The fun- eral of the late Hiram Prouty, whose sudden passing ai his home on last Tuesday morning shocked the community and district at large, was held from the Free Evangelic Church on Sunday afternoon, with Rev. L. W. Fosmark conducting the services. An exceptionally large number of people from far near in attendance to pay their last resoects to the late Mr. Prouty. The floral tributes were many and love- ly. Rev. it. Vf. Fosmark and Mrs. Fosmarfc rendered a duet, Mrs. Fosmark accompanying oa the piano. Following an impressive service led by Rev. Fosmark. Mrs. S. Odland sang a solo with Mrs. FosmarSc accompanying on the piano. The late Mr. Prouty was born in Councill Bluffs, la., 70 years and seven momhs ago and came to this district in 1909. His wife, one daugh- ser, three sons and four grand- children survive. NEWLYWEDS HONORED ENCHANT. C3NS) Sarurdav evening a shower was held in the OJF-A- ball in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Trig Skretting. A large num- ber of friends and relatives were in attendance and the Beets Showing At Magrath (HNS) Sorae ol DISTRICT NEWS PAGE FIVE Busy Southern Alberta CONFERENCE the spacious grounds and garden (HNS) Primary artistically -walled up he is navlng a. conference was iieid in the Firss (large modem house erected by Name Locale For Annual Contests STRIKES FLOW Of WATOl Ward on Sunday, 3lay 5. An excep- j Lethbrixige firm of contractors. Mrs. Mwwim i rias foari her voune couple were the recip- i have started to show through the ients of many useful gifts by those present. Following the program was pat on irea which, was COBX- and presentation of gifts a de- lightful lunch was served by ihe ladies. SUNDIAL W.I. DECIDES SET UP HONOR ROLL SUNDIAlu (HNS) Mrs. La! Dunn was hostess for the May- meeting of the Women's Institute with all members send two visitors j present. It was decided to have an honor roll made so be hung in the Community hall. Ten dollars was sent, to the Cancer Fund. Sundav school classes will begin shortlv. "asid all people in the dis- trict with children who are inter- ested will meet at. the school on Sunday at 10 ajn.. May 12. LEAVE FOR NOVA SCOTIA jfJStCNIK. aud Mrs. Sorintjall and family of Coal Creek, left, "for Nova Scotia on Sat- urday's train, where they plan to reside in future. Coal Creek has been their home for many years. Mrs. Wm. Dicken Dies At Fernie FEHNIEL "Wil- liam Dicken passed away suddenly as her home Sunday evening. It- is believed she suffered a heart at- tack. The deceased was 75 years old. and is survived by her hus- band. William Dicken: three daugh- ters. Miss Jsobel and Miss Dorothy Dicken of the local teaching staff, and Mrs. Hbgan. R.N.. and two sons. William Dicken and A. Dicken. both of Femie. Mrs. Dicken had resided here for many years. The funeral was held Thursday from the United church, with Rev. in charge. havp starred to snow tnrougn iiie CUIKVCU wiii- ?uT they Prised of songs, playlets and choral Avenue stuccoed jn granite anc owirS to the defini'e lack V A demonstration of cjakiag further improvement. Anne- was giv- erected a bra cu: water from the canal has not the parent how t given, which w the emldren reached the farmers. The subsoU 1 paid their birthday pennies. A large seems to be holding oat well but, it 1 and appreciative audience enjoyed is tnn far down for the VOUEZ the service. is too far down for plants to reach. the young LOOK WATERWORKS Mayor Lin- den Kellicut. accompanied by A. P. and is E. Quick has erected a large duplex oa 23rd Street and it is almost ready for use. George Gunderson is making an addition to his house on. 10th Street. Mr. Porr-ecus has KIMEERUSY. B-C. her j chapman Camp has been chosen as 1 2nd locale for the annual rairse rescue SIACLEOD fHKS) Ralph Townsend is con- structing a building of cin- der blocks near bis Sozy KabSn Auto Court which will be modem in every particu- lar. He has struck a good Pea Acreage Shows Increase and first aid competitions by the East Kooienay Mine Safety Asso- elation on June 8 by unaramojis vote at the annual district cser which he intends to utilize for an air ceding system. Building is employing many The mine rescue competition and rcen in Macleod at present men's first aid Trill be limited :o i employees of East Koorenay coal: Grant and W. A. Henker, motored Cower Kennedy is well erected an office or store building! and hard rock mines, but the day's. crossroads town or small ca 24th Street and it is now being program will also include women's, eiry, well able 10 take care lordan and son.' and junior boys' and girls' f irss aid. of the expected increase in stuccoed by Chas. Jordan FKOST AT GRANLEA Frost Tties- adYanced new tnai blocks. competitions which will be open to; any groups in East. Kpoienay. RAIN NEEDED GRANGM. ar are; BURDETT INSTITUTE HOLDS BUSY MEETING BURDETT. The regular monthly meeting of the Burdett Women's Institute was held at the farm home of the presi- dent. Mrs. Raymond Clark, who presided. The financial statement for April was read. Receipts for April were 5142.12; payments Four new members were added to ihe roll, making the total member- >m_ __ _____________________________________________ ship 39 to date- distnc- To Island j Saiurdav "in Teihondge i safety engineer, was elected asso- PIN The bazaar comminee and thej Erecied in 1912 and at Chris'essen Fur.era! Home. ciation president, wiih_R. Johnston, puriri: isg season, moisture is needed badly. A Ugh; shower feU on Saturday, enough to settle the dust. MOVE LANDMARK GSANLSA. Prospy early gardens. coNDf CT FUNERAL (HNS) Funeral, services for Barry, four-year-old ment of mines. aix men's teams have already entered tiie mice rescue Drs- tricts participating so far Fernie. Michel and Kiraberley. At ihe annual meeting recently; at Perme these matters were se'sled and the plans Expenses; involved in the day's and-the prizes for the various even---- are provided through a spe- j cial gi tsa.t by the provincial depan- DIAMOSD CITY. (HNS) In spite of an unusually dry April. of water a few feet un- seeding is well advanced iiere. Prae- the cement basement ticaliy all beets are seeded, about I 80 per cess of the aai 40 per cent of coarse grains. Peas are be- i ing sewn in increased acreage spring. Potatoes are also. pwjsaiB- enc in the increased crop list this spring. Beets, wMcn were sown earner, Mr. Get sweeter, tastier bread! FLEISCHMAMM'S ENCHANT NOTES ENCHANT. (HNS) made. Members volunteered to assist the j f district nurse when vaccinating and inoculating patients in the district- j The treasurer received the .sum of 1 Among ai the meeting. The box of) solution was nassed bv council j other structures from their present, Jack GwilUams of Calgary was subject to agreement of both par- sues to a location approximately; also a visitor ac the Wynn home for ENCHANT. (niss) Among ai tne meeting. Tne oox ot la) CJe--- tit'e to' urderstancirs thai ihe put of town persons attendng soap was. won by Mrs; Ray-1 of fand meat i the funeral of the "late H. Prouty on rnond Clark with ticket No. 31. Mrs. Sundav were Mr. and Mrs. H. and Mr and Mrs. A. Turley, Nanton; K-CpL D. Olson. Calgary; Mr. and Mrs. E- E. Johnson, Cal- gary; Mr. and Mrs. T. Malmberg, Picture Butte. The seeding ia the district is Mrs. Raymond Ciark and Mrs. John NeU, joint; hostesses, served lunch. KAYMOND BRIEFS _ half a mile distant, and the grounds J rhe weekend. That the town o: Pincher Creek cleared of all refuse. ir.e corrals, ilrs. Delmar Hegland is a patient agree to nay to Brian "Walker of i south of the creek to be allowed to; at me jjojy cross hospital. "jtFincher Creek the sum of S3.COO in remain until October, 1947. (c) An j ills_ w Hamilton of Vancouver is visiting her mother, Mrs. Beau- mont, for a few days. While here she is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. Morrison. RAYMOND. (HNS) Miss Flora Palmer of Magrath visited proceeding steadily with some farm- j her brother and family Saturday. ers nearing completion, and others holding back in hopes that rain will fall before long. There is little moisture and good rains are urgent- I ly needed in this area. DOUBLE WEAR ALSO "NO-MARK- BROWN BILTRITE WILL NOT SUP ASK FOR THEM SY NAME TRUCK REPAIRS They Don't Come Too Large or Too Your truck has Its part to play in keeping the wheels of reconversion turning-. A "laid-up" truck can't do a job! No matter what's wrong with it we can fit it in tip-top running order. Drive in today for complete check-up. NORTH LETHBRIDGE MOTORS AND AUTO WRECKERS 313 Thirteenth Street North Fhone 426? Mr, and Mrs. Bruce Galbraiih were visitors here Saturday. Friends surprised Mr. R. J. 'Web- ster Monday evening when ihey met, as his home for a birthday party. Games were piayed, prizes going to Mrs. Leonora and Cecil Finch. launch, featuring the birthday cake -crith 67 candles was enjoyed. Mrs. Lydia "Watson of Cardston visised here at the weekend- Miss Pat, Mitchell was pleasantly surmised widi a birthday party on Wednesday evening. An enjoyable evening was spent, and lunch, was served. Swarm Day. was held Saturday here with swarms coining from "Welling. Stirling and Slagrath. The girls all dressed in various cos- bines, stated a parade after which of umamzaomi and they marched to the Opera House to make for tneir program. Miss Leua Tay- ______________ _ ____ ___ _ ____ _ r.o improve- thas triangular portion of land meat will be" in the future in situated irt the N.W. quarter tion 16. Twp. 6. Rge. 30 W45 nian and the S.W. quarter Wood-Workers To Organize Union wood- workers ia. the Crow's Nest Pass will organize and affiliate with the International Woodworkers of Am- erica it- was decided at a meeting early in the week of all woodwork- ers in the district. The meeting was addressed by AL Parker, business agent of the Cranbrook area, who stressed the need for organization of the lum- ber workers to increase the standard of living of the long neglected bush wcrker. The meeting endorsed the prin- decided lor of Magrash Second Ward was crovmed queen bee. GRANLEA NOTES GRANLSA. (HNS) Wm. Newcomb entered the General hos- pital at Medicine Hat on Saturday for treatment. He is suffering from a heart ailment- l-utheran Church services were held at the CcaquerviUe school on Sunday afternoon by Rev. Severt- son. Elmer Carlson was a visitor at his home here last week before go- ing to Lethbridge, where he will be stationed as an emoloyee on the C.P.R. Spring farm work is about fin- narional Woodworkers association for a charter. The secretary was instructed to visit all camps in the district and sign, up all workers within the nest two weeks. Loss In Mossleigh Fire HIGH com- pletely destroyed the buiitiuig and stock" of Johnnie Meyer's general store at Mossleigh early Monday morning. Toial loss is estimated at about S1S.OOO, which is only partially covered by insurance. The fire started outside the building but ished. Some farmers are summer- j worked quickly through to the in- fallowing and a little reseedlng is side where it got beyor.d control. being done drifting. because of ihe soil GRAMJM NOTES Carl Lang noticed the blaze at and rushed to notify the at his horns and spread a general alarm. Villagers rallied instantly but the limited ftre-Sghting equip- Word was j ment was powerless to control the received recentlv of the marriage' blaze. Cause is unknown. One theory is that it might have been lishtriing as there was an electric storm on a: the tune, but there is no proof of this. I of Mrs. Eileen Weaver to Cliff Ush- erwood in Nelson. 3.C- Mr. and Mrs. "Danny" Ensminger arrived Monday from Calgary for a few davs' visit here before proceed- ing to their home in Vancouver. B.C. Mis. Ensmir.ger amved last i week from England. The owner is a young man who Durchased the business just 10 months ago arid tvas just getting nicely established. ENTERS PARTNERSHIP FAMILY FLEE FIRE i HNS of unknown origin Wednes- day destroyed the house and house contents of Emil Eslin- ger of Champion. The nre started abouif 7 o'clock but was put out at once, as it was thought, and ihe family went to bed. Then it flared up again and the family had through a window for their lives. No estimate of the loss has been given. .J GRANUM. OSNS) Dr. Alf I Pjiordbotten of Edmonton was a recent visitor at the home of his mother. Having received his dis- charge from the army, he has enter- ed into a partnership with a doctor in Camrose. On his return he was accompanied by his mother. Mrs. Fjiordbotten to attend the gradu- ation of her daughter. Miss Chris- tina Fjiordbotten. as a nurse from the Royal Alexander hospital, which took place last week in Edmonton. RECTOR RESIGNS PINCHER CREEK WOMAK PASSES AT CALGARY PINCHER uas the guess of honor at A ar- ranged miscellaneous shower held Saturdav afterr.ocn :n the I.O.OF. hall. Mrs. and her Misses Ro.-e ar.d Lang, were placed in of a decorated May rote. The were brought :r. by two little g'.rS-s. Carol Kelhcut and Sharon Perkins, in a yellow and trimmed wagon. The gifts uere displaved on a long white linen draped table centered with flovvenr.g plants and wild flowers. Pan-.ella and Patsy Syme sang a couple of numbers, accom- panied by Miss Shirley Syme. The gift of the committee was a beauti- ful chenille bedspread. Mrs. Lang and Mrs. Thos. Svme presided at i the tea table curing the lunch hour. POWER UNITS...PARTS...SERVICE Authorized Distributors PRECISION MACHINE FOUNDRY CO. LTD. 112-8th Street S., Lethbridge Phone 4260 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Branches at Edmonton and Calgary A fall stock of genuine Waukesha in your own locality j An assortment of Waukesha Power Units Factory-trained, experienced mechanics to in- spect, tune up or completely re-build your Waukesha equipment, or to advise with you oa its care and operation Every modern facility the latest mechanical techniques to maintain strict factory standards of service and maintenance Power users are invited to visit this Waukesha Distributor's display and stock rooms, and inspect his modern service facilities. 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