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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MAY To Complete Keho Dome WeD; Hon. P. Dawson Named Company Head Sporup and C. A. Westran. both of Pore- land. attended a directors' meeting of the Keho Dcme Oil Co, held at Barons, May 7th, to dis- cuss plans for completing the com- paaVs No. 1 Tell, southeast of Earons. The Hon. Peter Dawson. MiJL. speaker of the Alberta House, was appointed president of the company to take'the place of Julius Zaetschky, deceased. Other officials of the company are: A. S. Boberss, vice president: J. A. Gow. secretary-treasurer; Leo Schoof. managing director, Claresholm; G. B. MoJr, P. C. Shacileton, Calgary: Henry Soorup, Portland. Ore.; C. A. Westran, Portland. Ore.; Clark Beiswanger. Seattle. Plans -were made for cleaning the bole, and to resume quickly as possible. drilling as bottomed feet when ture. operators were suspended last fall due to inclement weather ana blocked roads. At 3.440 feet a good showing of crude oil was struck, this being cased off and the well deepened. At around 3.600 a flow of west gas was encounterec. this flow of gas steadily increasing to the present depth- Just before the well closed down, a further showing of crude was again coming to the surface. The company offi- cials and other oil men who visited the well, were enthusiastic in their belief that another 150 feet of driUicg would bring in a commer- cial producer. It is of interest to note that the OkaUa Oil Co. has acquired large acreage ia the Keho Dome area, and men and equipment are now- being moved in. to commence drill- ing their first well on the struc- Expect Large Registration Of Delegates At Jaycees Convention MEDICINE reg- istration of 75 is expected for the Junior Chambers of Commerce meeting to be held in this city Mav 11 and 12. L. Downing, con- vention manager, states registration is much larger than had been ex- pected. An interesting program has been arranged. P_ H. A. Lacey will be guest speaker at the dinner at the Cosmopolitan hotel oa Saturday. This will be followed by a dance. Meetings will continue on-Sunday. H. Lein Weiber will represent Medi- cine Hat as regional delegate. Glen Marsh. Elmer Herning and S. Mor- rice were named voting delegates. Early South Settlers Honored At Reception Mary "Whipple. a well-known old-timer of the Macleod district, celebrated her 18th birthday on Tuesday. May 8. Mrs. Whipple, with her husband and three children came to the Mac- leod district from North Dakota in 1902 and after living on various farms in the district now lives in Macleod with her youngest son. Clifford who was born after she came to Macleod. Oa Tuesday af- ternoon a recention was held at her isome when" 25 guests called to pay their respects. She received manv beautiful cards, flowers and other gifts, from her family and manv friends. Although her health has failed in the past few years her Interest in the community has never lagged and she is a fsithfui attendant at church Trhen her strength permits. Granum Couple Marks Sflver Wedding Date (HNS) A pleasing event was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hans Nelson on Sat- urday evening. April 27, when a large number of their neighbors gathered to help them celebrate their silver anniversary. The couple were presented a chest of flarnrare from the friends, and a silver tea service from rela- tives, as well as individual pieces of silver. The guests of honor expressed sin- cere appreciation to their assembled friends. Rev. G. Morstad of Cal- gary acted as chairman and gave an "interesting address. The Cam- rose Lutheran College quartette, of Ralph Nelson is a member, rendered several numbers. Mr. and. Mrs. Nelson were mar- ried in Norway, coming to this dis- trict immediately afterwards. Out- of-town guests were Mr. Emil Nelson, Miss Eleanor Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. O. Olson and son and Lorraine, Miss Esther Lindand and brother Geo. Lindand. recently returned from overseas, all of Cal- gary. L. Low Returns Cardston Home CARDSTON (HNS) RQMS. Lorin Low of the Canadian army, arrived home last weekend after six years overseas. On July 1. 1944, Lorin went into active service on the continent with the Second Di- vision of the Canadian army. At Falaise, in France, he was seriously wounded bv a mine. He was sent back to England and spent several months in various Canadian hospi- tals. In May. 1945, he was sent to Germany with the Army of Occu- pation as a quarter master sergeant being stationed at Aurich and Em- den most of the time. Lorin Low is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Low of Edmonton. For ihe past two years Mrs. Lorin Low has been a teacher in the Card- ston schools. Mr. and Mrs. Roydon Low have had two other sons in the service. Gordon, in the and James, in the Navy. SEVEN PERSONS W.M.S. TO RESUME MEETINGS SEVEN The Ladies' WJSCS. has decided to re- sume meetings first Thursday of each month, Mrs. Moore was hos- tess Thursday afternoon. During the business sessions Mrs. D. Munro president, with Mrs. H. Ignatius vice president and Mrs. T. Hacdonald secretary-treasurer. The WJMJS. program, iras followed during the devotional period. Ladies interested in meetings are invited to next meeting tius. June 6th. Mrs. H. Igna- Make Survey On Veterans' Housing NATAL. de- partment of Veterans' is conducting housing survey throughout the province of British Columbia to determine the number of veterans who are living in in- adequate quarters or who are seek- ing housing accommodations. The purpose of the survev is to' obtain accurate and complete information on ihe housing situation as it ef- fects veterans so that recommenda- tions can be made to the proper authorities. Veterans of Natal and Michel. irho are inadequately quartered or who are seeking housing accommo- dation, are requested to contact either Robert Martm. secretary of the Canadian Legion at Michel or Simon Weaver, secretary of the Michel local union No. 7292. at Natal, oa or before May 13. as the list must be forwarded to the Veterans' office at Pernie on that date. Car Turns Over Boy Unconscious When a car in which he was riding overturned three times one mile west of Lo- mond. Aubrey Root, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Root was thrown, out on the road and was later picked up in an unconscious condition. The driver. Leroy Nichol. -.vho was driv- ing his father's car at the time escaped without injurv, but two passengers in the back seat suf- fered cuts from flying glass. DISTRICT NEWS PAGE FIVE- Busy Southern Alberta Highbank Couple Given Farewell Chaplin, outstanding voucg violinist j from Mount Royal College. Calgary, j scored a triumph in the recital he presented in the I.O.O.F. hall here s I Mr. Bepp announced graduation CHNS) Gravelling exercises would be held the middle has been started, on the south end! of June. of the Coutts-Lethhndge Highway and trucks are hauling load after load of fine gravel. It is hoped that, by the tune traffic starts to ges heavy, either the gravel will have worked in or paving will have started. WIND PROVES GAS high winfi And dust storm of last Wednescay, tat Coutts at about six-thirty pjn. s SEVEN PERSONS (HNS) and blotted out visibility up to a Nearly 30 fnends and neighbors {iowsky's Concerto lew feet. Driver of the inter-moun- gathered recentlv at tae home of a cumber o! works by Tartars as t tain bus to Great Falls reported; Mr. and Mrs. Anton Carlson of 3 arranged by On the more next, day that, he saved more than j Highbanic on the occasio" of Mrs popular side he played Kreisler's! six gallons of gasoline oa the south- ward trip, to the wind help- ing his progress. BENEFICIAL SXOW IRON {ENS) Young Violinist Blossom Carnival Scores Triumph Will Be Held At Creston May 17-18 CKSSTOX, by tfceCrestoa Lions Clup in Creston on i heid m Creston oa May 17th bv a charming and unaffected man- 1 and 18tb TWth a mammoth appre" year's and "three The program' Included Tscfcai- CMdidMejfar iowskVs Concerto in D Major and _ nesday altemoon at a oust birthday. time the opportunity was taken stage a farewell party for the pie who. having sold their :____ will shortly move to Medicine Hat. On behalf of those present, storm blew up from the north and colorful chenUle bedspread was pre- At ihe same 3 arransemem tamment will commence. Leonard Leacock. of the j to the couple. In her speech Mount Royal Conservatory. Cal- The carnival wiH be featured by the crowning of the 1946 Queen oa. Saturday evening as 10 p.m. The date of the Carnival has been chosen to coincide exactly with the Blossom Season ia Creston valley. The many orchards in the vaBev present an unforgettable Sighs -jruh all tiie trees a of pini and j white blossoms. The entire proceeds of J7ai will go w> the financing of the Civic Centre, tiie first unit- of a full-Sized sVaring arena, is now almost com- The purpose of the Civic !s to provide healthful re- sreauon lor the young the valley. was the the land drifted again. It is feared I ed that beets and wheat will suf- 1 of ihanks, Mrs. Car-son mentioned called Tto fer froai the storm. Scow fell tnp kindnesses she had received j first public performance of the piece J Qf AflT OA A T1UIQ Thurscay morning and this aioa- during the family's residence is the IJ 'xe5' Mr. O 1 JJU ture wul be a great helo WAR BRIDE SUOWER'ED NATAL, The ladies of the League, in charge of the war "brides from overseas, held a shower for Sirs. A. Davey, of Michel, the! married in Februarv. 1911. taking a homestead which f former Miss Mary Josephine Jojcel party, of London. England, who arrived! only recently f roai England to join I her husband at Michel. A large! number of ladies shower which took Mrs. Maurice be Vlocfof fred is their only child. She with her family was is attendance at the Vulcan hospital where he was still unconscious at Tuesday noon. The doctor that he had no brok- en bones but that he had a severe concussion of the skull. CAKDSTOX BRIEFS MOVE TO RAYMOND MILK RIVER (HNS) Tom HUrlburt has work at Raymond and he and his wife left for their new home on Tuesday after spend- ing a few days with Mr. Hurlburt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. Hurlburl. Mot! parents Fail to rtilixe how much a University education will cort until their boy or sirl a ready to start oa this important step towards future success. And, in all too many eases, the necessary money it available when ft a required. Investors Syndicate of Canada, Limited, offers YOU a sound, time- tested plan for setting aside small turns resularly so that you will be ready to srve your boy or sir! the opportunity in liFe that you want to have. Thousands of parents arc already using this plan. TORS TODAY for Mrs. Anne "Wiley and 18 months old son re- cently arrived from England to visit here with Mr. and Sirs. J. W. Wiley. Mrs. Anne Wiley is the war widow of the late John Wiley, -who lost his life at Falaise with the 78th battery in June, 1944. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Matthews of Newcastle. So far Mrs. Wiley is very favorably impressed with Canada and may her home here. Mrs. Frank Brown celebrated "her 80th birthday anniversary last Sat- urday. She was pleasantly sur- prised by a number of neighbors and friends at her home. She came to Canada from England 37 ysors ago with her first husband. "Win. Gooding. making their home in Cardston. They lost their oldest son. Cyril at Vimy Ridge in the First Great- War. Khp has two other sons. Ray and Reginald. Mr. Good- ing died several vears ago and Mrs. Gooding marriea President Frank Brown about ten years ago. attended the I place in the' St. haul's church hall at, MicheL The guest of honor was the recipi- ent of many useful gifts. It is ex- pected that as these war brides arrive the ladies of the league will hold these miscellaneous showers Tor them. MAKING ALTERATIONS MILK (HNS) Archie "Wlllock is engaged in having the building formerly used as the United church converted into a store build- He will also handle lumber. The property is being fenced and generally imoroved. Work is also progressing rapidlv on the Masonic hall. NEED RAIN SEVEN is now needed for winter rve and grass. There is very little moisture in land that, is being summerfal- lowed. RECEIVE CALL-rP MEDICINE Hav.-orth and aJck Pierce left on Wednesday for Calgarv. having- re- ceived their call-up Tor the R.C.N. MILK RIVER VISITOR MILK Ben Ellert motored to Shelby on Thurs- day and met her sister. Mrs. M. Mexner of Glencoe. Minn., who will make an extended visit with her sisters. Mrs. Ellert and Mrs. Kate Coffln. SPRING CLEAX-TJP MTT-K town presents a much improved appear- ance since yards and fences have been raked and cleaned up. some new lawns seeded to grasses, trees and shrubbery set out and some old carragant hedges culled out. NEW 'HAT PLANT MEDICINE HAT Work has started on a new industry for Medi- SEVEN PERSONS NOTES SEVEN day night in the community hall the card party sponsored by the newly organized LT.F.A. had" nine tables at play. air. and Mrs. Carl Sederberg were Lethbridge visitors over the weekend, guests of their daughter. Mrs. A. Odeguard and Mr. Ode- guard. Mrs. V. D. Collins and boys of Granlea spent the past weekend the guests of the former's mother, Mrs. Hans Ignatius, and John. The TJ.F.W.A. will meet with Mrs. Moore on Thursday, May 16. NEMISKAM NOTES (HNS) and Mrs. L, Stringem motored to Card- ston to see their daughter who is taking her schooling there. To see their sister. Nora, gradu- ate. George and Bill accompanied their father. A. Butterwick, to Cal- gary, recently. Mrs. R. H. Dawson went to Cal- gary for Miss Nora Butterwick's graduation. Miss Marie Phay went to Cal- gary to see the recent horse show. Rod and Gun Club Pass Resolutions NATAL. B.C. _ The time. Another encore "Hopak" by Moassoissy The young vjohnist. is only seventeen years was accom- panied by Dorothy Swetnam at the piano, who played vriih great ar- tistry and sympathy. She was applauded by the audience. nreduced by CREEK IN EAST KOOTENAY CRANBHOOS, B.C. IAY 13-14 "PARDON MY PAST" with FRED and TUESDAY MAY 13-14 "MEN IN HER DIARY" also FIREBRANDS OF and THURS. MAY 15-16 "THE STRANGE AFFAIR OF UNCLE HARRY" also "COLONEL EFFTNGHAM'S and THURS. MAY 15-16 "TO HAVE AND HAVE NOT' also "DETECTIVE KITTY and SATURDAY MAY 17-IS "I LOVE A BANDLEADER" also "MARSHAL OF and SATURDAY MAY 17-18 "YOU CAME ALONG" with ROBERT CHILDREN'S MORXING MATINEE SATURDAY, MAY 18, AT 10 O'CLOCK FOR YOUK CONVENIENCE USE BOOKS OF THEATRE GRASSY LAKE. (HNS) In the first league game of the sea- son to be played in Grassy Lake, the Burdett ball team scored a 9 to 5 victory over the local team. _ The local lineup included: Lloyd j st- Micnaeis hospital. Kaibbs. E. Gross. Philip Nelson. V. Hancock, Paul Gerald A. Johnston. G. "Warren, A. Heck, B. Knibbs. The next league game will be played at on Sunday, May 12. WAR BRIDE IS NOW RESIDING AT TRAVERS MILK RIVER NOTES uinterest- ing new resident; is Mrs. Janie Stir- ling, a war bride, and wife of D. J. Stirling, principal of the Travels SChOOl- i Mrs. Stirling arrived in Travers on Monday after crossing the At- lantic on the Aquitania. she reports a pleasant voyage, and enjoyable i tnp west from the coast, was great- ly impressed by her first glimpses of Canada. Mrs. Stirling is the eldest daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wear of Broughty Fferry. Dundee. Scotland. She served with the rank of ser- geant with the W.A.A.F. for years, her duties being a radar oper- ator. Prior to the war Mrs. Stirling was on the editorial staff o' the "People's a weekly maga- zine, published m Dundee, Scot- land. x MILK (HNS) Thompson left Tuesday for Drum- heller. He will be accompanied home by his wife on Thursdav and they wUl move into their home above the drug store. John Baniel! went to Calgary on Monday where he will receive his discharge. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Nielsen are the happy parents of a son. bom j May 7. Mrs. Nielsen has just re- arrived here from England. SISTER IN U.S. DIES MILK Or- Hurlburt received on Sunday of oeath of her yister, Mrs. H. C. SchU-vsIer o' KlcioVr, S.D. Her brother, Gcorec Van Wald. who lived east of Milk River a few years ago, and now living near Coeur d'AIer.e, Idaho, is very sen- ously ill. DEATH DANDELIONS and WEEDS G.B. CONSCRIPTION LONDON. May was learned that the cabinet i is considering proposals that the j service of young men conscripted to the armed forces be for two j years' aurauon. No more break No i.r' Xo. a llwn FREE from B.: I> true! 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