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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY. MAY HIGH RIVER PREPARES FOR RODEO JULY 3 AND 4 HIGH RIVER. (HNS) Through volunteer effort citizens are accomplishing A great deal of work in preparing the grounds for the High' River rodeo which is to be held on July 3 and 4. Arrangements have been "made for lumber and poles for the corrals, and while trucks rolled oat of the hills with. the poles a laige group of towns- men held a pole-stripping bee. But it has fallen to Percy Dougherty and J. AUen Baker to perform the greatest deed for the cause. They went on a mission into the mountains to make sure that lumber which had been ordered uld be delivered. But when thej- were nine miles from their objec- tive, which was a lumber mill at the foot of Elk mountain, they had to abandon their car and trudge the rest of the way afoot through bog and mire. But they found everything moving satisfactorily, and'their nine mile trip out to the car was softened by the loan of a couple of horses which they rode bareback. The finance committee has nac generous support from town and countrv to provide a sum necessary to cover initial cost of preparing all stampede facilities, and other committees are at work lining up a variety of attractions. The net proceeds are to go to the war mem- orial centre. START REPAIRING HIGHWAY PINCHER CREEK TO WATERTON PINCHER (HXS) i planned if necessary io send a dele- Government crews are busy repair- fnr interviews, the Pincher- ing and pstchsng Waterton highway in preparation for summer traffic over this road. Parts of this highway are in a ce- plorable condition and it is hoped that the repairs will improve these spots. A report from the government in reply to the Pincher Creek Board of Trade's appeal for a new Mghwav here was heard at a meet- ing of "the board held this week. The letter from government offi- cials was not as satisfactory as an- ticipated and no definite promise of a new highway next year was indicated. There were indications that an improved highway would be constructed from Pincher to Waterton. The Board of Trade does not consider this definite enough and it ss keeping the work- ing committees busy contacting government officials and members. Before the next house sits it is also AWAIT FTIJXG OF RATES CRANBROOK. trict commercial trucking services are awaiting with interest the aiing by the Canadian Pacific Railway of iis DrODOsed freight-track rates be- tween "cranbrook and Kimberley. following the recent announcement that the federal public utilities com- mission Trill grant the motor truck franchise to the railway for this 20-mile service subject to its rates being satisfactory. atioa to Edmonton for interviews, biher Boards of Trade throughout iie south are assisting the Pincher ward. Valued aid has been re- ceived especially from the bridge board. Name Director Of Church Musk Gladys 31, Balderson, L3LS3L, of Magrath and Calgary, will become director of music in the United church here in September, accord- ing to an announcement made bv R. E. Soby, chairman of the music committee of the church. Miss Balderson was in town recently and reached an committee. music. agreement with the She will also teach Miss Baldersoe is a native of Ma- grath and took her early training in music in Lethfaritige and receiv- ed her LvRjS.M. degree. She later moved, to Calgary where she studi- ed in the Mount Royal Conserva- torr ana expects to receive a teach- er's degree from the Toronto Oon- servatorr this summer. At present she has" classes in Calgary and in High River. START BOUNDARY BALL LEAGUE GAMES MAY 25 DEL meet- ing was held at Jefferson Sunday, Mav 5 to draw up the schedule of the" Boundarv baseball league. J. S. Henry of Del Bonita, the league chairman, presided. The league, a fairly large one for this _part of the" "south countrv, comprises the following eight teams: Spring Cou- lee. Woolford. Jefferson. Kimball. Taylorville. Rinard. Del Bonita and Twin- River. The league will start playing-its first games May 2o. DIAMOND CITY SWAMPS READYMADE DIAMOND mond City high school team still bag its victory banner aloft and are eager for any competition from any source. As a sideline to their series of competition games they travelled to Readymatle for s. weekend game trhere they dustel that team oft to the tune of 29-5. Both teams balanced the power of the other fairly well till the third inning, after which the Dia- mond boys pulled ahsad to saunter in -with the hefty end of the score. Lineups Diamond. Durina, Quam, Kerluk. Dow, Szteena, Shields. Kesler, Oga, Watmough. B. Barton, P. Barton, B. Wall, A. Wall, R. Gravelling Job To Be Undertaken HIGH the fifty-fifty arrangement between the DISTRICT NEWS PAGE FIVE Busy Southern Alberta FIEE AVERTED AT MNCHEB HELP TJt. CLINIC PIKCHEB Aj BAJROXS. the rodeo committee at the meeting of the Taber Board of Trade which held Friday evening here. A pro- gress report was given by the rodeo committee in which was outlined the program of congests and business arrangements in connection, there- with. Reception of the government pony expected to visit Taber short- ly on a tour to decide on sites of agriculture schools was also under discussion. TO HELP FUND NEW DAYTON. (HNS) The is being held Barocs the latter pan of May. The himself in his irortehoo for ditch stand, and when executive learned that he bad enough gars, ammunition and chewing tobacco io lass for three months, his election as treasurer for the next season was tne present tuns is w. .Myers, j credit is the members respons- as treasurer for tae i With the probability that Taber u-iu I theconstanctjoa of the new! declared unanimous. ennn sitj> .if a rfnrral 1 be school for site jf a the division, is felt sum of was donated to the that a larger representation on the! Cancer Fund. The eiub also will as-......." divisional board is necessary. The; only nominee for the position so far submitted is W. T. Westlake. which would com- anything of its kind in j_ ___ ____ Bee Deliveries, sist the WJ. in cuiidirs a cupboard at the hall whenever possible to do so. Six names were suggested, and Lome Miller's was dravrat as ihe. lucky person urho urill attend the Farm Youag Peoples Trtek at the University of AJberta in Jsine. Mrs. Raymond Anderson vrill be hostess at tile May meeting of Eh.e eiub. to be held ine last Wednesday in May. TAKES CARDSTON POST CARDSTON. (HNS) Ernest McDowell has been appointed ice new manager of the Cardston branch of the Royal Bank; of Can- ada. He comes from the Foremost branch to fill the vacancy left by the late John Deisra; Dowell is well known___________ having attended school here years' keep 550 in the irrigated district asjo. He is the son of Sasn Me- j of Hillspring. _____________one tiace. The firing area, is roped off for safety. Splendid facilities for making lunches are available, and ample chairs and lounges are orovioed for on-iookers. iAa effort is "being made to instruct younger folk in the correct use of MACLEOD. Invigor- ated by a solution of sugar and water after their long journey froai Gridley. California to Macleod. a shipment of 250 hives of bees taken to HHlspring by Henry Weid- man Tuesday. Th Ted Polsom, son of Mr. and Mrs Henry i Foisom, has gone to the United i States, where he expects to make his home for a few years. Tom Davies and Flora Merrill, i who have been attending university i in Edmonton, are now home havine finished their studies for the term. A. J. Butler and Henrv Wiedman. who have been to California for i their bees, have them set out They brought back bees for the smaller bee keepers, also. i COALDALE NOTES COALDALE. -er 92. Roy Psstell 89, J. Total. 2370. And May We Suggest Gifts That Will Delight China and Glassware Every Mother, young and old, treasures beautiful lish ware. Choose your selection from our large stocks, now on display. GLASS CANDLES Red, green, gold and blue. Pair 55c and 65C GLASS CANDLE candle style. Pair ........53.35 FRUIT JUICE and fonr glasses. Set WAXED TABLE Good selection. Each DONALD DUCK colored, complete with shade. TABLE OR DESK and pencil tray in base. Complete RUBY AND SILVER RELISH shaped. Each RUBY AND SILVER SALAD Here's a useful sift Mother treasure and show with pride on every possible occasion. Good se- lection to choose from. See Us! for finest selections of Royal Doulton and Beswick Pottery We Gift Wrap Your Purchase WHERE YOU ALWAYS DO BETTER' rSPAPERf ;