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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, MAY 21, 1946 SHOW AND SALE, CARDSTON CALF FEEDING CLUB IS SET FOR JULY 5 CARDSTON OGCS) _ The fine of .feedingthat would be achievement day show and sale of the Cardston Calf Feeding club has been set for Friday. July 5th. On this dav fcevs and girls from Spring Coulee "and Whiskey Gap on the east to Mountain View on the vest will congregate to Cardston to vie with each other for top place in the show aad to sell their baby beef to the highest, bidder in one of Cardston's popular spring events. The location has not been selected awaiting developments at the ex- hibition grounds. Another splendid exhibit of fin- ished baby beef is expected. The quality of the animals is at least as good as last year and with great- er experience the junior feeders are doing better job of finishing the Some are doing a very a credit to senior feeders. Some of the older boys are feeding a pen of five calves instead of one. This will be a new class and the com- petition among these groups will be keen. Another feature of the show !s to be an exhibit of youag bulls. Breed- ers of beef cattle in ihe district are invited to bring in a young ball of herd sure calibre to show the in this class but if interest is shown a prize will be offered and the class will become a regular event. A generous prize list is offered this rear wiih awards for show- manship, greatest gain. besi. kept records, best kept buildings and premises, and cattle judging. MR. AND MRS. BRANCH HONORED BY FRIENDS CHKSK -Mr. asd Mrs. Alec Branch held "open house" Sunday afternoon when many friends called to help them cele- brate their twenty-seventh wedding anniversary. Croquet TETSS played on thpi lovely lawn and inside tne house the tea table covered I with a beautiful hand embroidered cloth and centered with a silver tea set and bouquet of dainty yel- low blossoms. Mrs. Hsie Mcllroy and Mrs. Jeanneue Court poured and Sirs. Beth Benson assisted the hostess in serving a delicious lunch. At the United Church Sunday Mrs. Branch were presented with an anmversarv gift from the Bible Class of which Mr. Branch is the leader. Mrs. E. Vide, made the presentation. DISTRICT NEWS PAGE FIVE Busy Southern Alberta AID CAXCEK FUND MILK can- cer film sho-aen by Dr. H. Dimock and sponsored by UP.W.A. local re- are spending a few days visiting suited in the sum of being col- GOING TO CHI1AIWACK i MILK and Mrs. Will Emery of Lethbridge sold home in that city lately, and relatives at Mnic Rner before leav- ing for Coiiliwack, B.C, where they hope to locate. IU1CHEN SHOWER Wom- en's Institute of Champion gave a Missionary Group Meets, Cranbrook CRA2SBROOK. B.C. Delegates from-Kimberley. Creston and Cranbrook attended the 32nd annual meeting of the Kootenay Presbvtery of the Women's Mission- ary Societies of the Presbyterian church held there, with the Knox Fresbvterian group as host. The general report showed membership was being maintained and steady progress in mission work was being made. Next year's conference will be in Nelson. Officers elected for the new vear were: Honorary presidents. Miss Emslie and Mrs. "W. E. Wor- den. Cranbrook. and Mrs. Gibbs of Nelson; president. Mrs. Roulston, of Cranbrook: rice-presidents. Mrs. A J. Balment. Cranbrook. and Mrs. Robert Armour, Chapman Camp; recording secretary, Mrs. M- Sur- tees; corresponding secretary. Mrs. D. W. DOTS both of Cranbrook; Cres- ton; committee heads chosen were: Young Women and Girls' groups, Awarded Degrees At University CRANBROOK. B.C. (HNS) Seven East Kootenaians were awarded degrees at the recent con- vocation at the University of Brit- ish Columbia. Lawrence E. Garstin, Kimberley, received his Master of Arts degree, while Edith Angove. Chapman Camp, and Ruth Veeberg. Craa- 1 we'fare Mrs. R. Roebuck. Cres- i grees with a second class standing, lej children's groups Mrs. J. W. Myrtle Jones of Cranbrook, !94a. I Oeston: "Gla'dine Tidings." graduate, received her teachers' j a Mrs. Torrance. Kimberley; welcome brook received Bachelor of Arts de- and ton Dow, Creston; Mrs. Armour; Taylor. Cresion: literature and lib- rafv, Mrs. D. Sneddon. Cranbrook. and Home Helpers. Mrs. Hugh Mc- Creath. Cresion. tested. SUFFERS INJURIES WRENTHAM (HNS) Chariie Rochexiback met with a painful ac- cident Wednesday afternoon when he got a quantity of brake fluid in j Many At Funeral Of Pass Publisher BEET THINNING IS STARTED i ing friends of the law Waller Bartlett. owner and publisher ofj the Blainnore Enterprise, who pass- DIAMOND (HNS) First report beet thiaatax comes the S. Saetaay where that under way Thursday ing. A few ex- pected to begin Monday. The beet is after a lengthy paid their' last respects by accompanying his kitchen shower in the town hall on his eyes. He was taken to Leth- Saturdsy afternoon and evening for j bridge for medical attention. Mr. and Mrs. E. Eslinger. who re- cently loss all tfceir belongings when their house was comoletely destroy- ed by fire. SEWING DEMONSTRATION sew- ing demonstration under the cap- able direciiosi of Miss La Prile Low of Letnbridge was held in the Com- munity hall on Tuesday and "Wed- nesday with ladies from both Orion and Manybemes attending. Endorse By-Laws At Kimberley PAJLriT GANG BCSV (HNS) The Evenson paint gaag who hare been at work on business and residential buildings in town the past monta Some growers have aot eren drilled their crops yet, having waited for irrigation- Others report poor germination, nunr report frost damage and wind damage. A goad rain would brighten the general picture. ceeded from the parlors of Cwl-j Yftlltll Wednesday i barn's Undertaking Co.. to Blair- I LHQll IIIUIC 1 UUU1 OMMUSmr CI-CB MEETS Central United church, where' Hudson services of the church wer? f1 L 1 icirv club was entenamed i conducted by tae Rev. J. McKelvey WinQ ,'ednesdav at the home of' and Rev. A. E. Larke. the latter a 1UO lArllUlCU day afternoon. Led by a guard of honor com- posed of members of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks, oi j which lodge deceased was a aisart-er: member, the funeral precession pro- lass Wednesdav Mrs. Russ Noble. All members were present and one visitor. Work was outlined for next meeting. Cloth- ing is to be gathered for tJNRRA. A crib quilt was ENJOY WEDDING DANCE former minister of the church mi Blairmore and a close friend of deceased. At the church psalms thas were dear sung. RST. J. scripture reaGOLF .HIKING i FISHING Enjoy the holiday at your summer resort _ WATERTON! graduate, training certificate. Among engineering students H. Peaifield of Radium Hot Springs qualified for a degree in civil gineering, and also won second p awarded annually at the university by Timber Preservers Ltd. Alex- ander Hodgson, Marysville, received his degree second class in geologi- cal engineering, and Edward M. Marples in Forestry engineering. Results of undergraduate exami- nations at. the university have not yes, been announced. Kimber- fierson and chiieren are expected i this -seek. Donald. MONEY FOR RED CROSS Piaksey. MELK in this district is completed with about 4 per cent increase in acre- age in wheat. The acreage sown to oats and barley is practically j the same as last vear but flax has decreased 50 per cent. The wheat an average stand of five fied bv taxpayers aad action on all four will start immediately. The vote was: Bylaw 35. electric supply agree- yes. 84 no.______ _ _ __ Bylaw 36. power and light distri- -mg school patrons" I McKay, Win. Sacdail yes. 82 no. I serving accomplished through the i Freeman. Bylaw 37. yes. 80 j year, at the school on Wednesday I I afrprrtonn Thp .Tnmnr ulating he was enacioyed at the m and Harold Iron Works and the fol- Acure pallbearers, mem- >-ar PATIENT IMPROVES School girls inviKd their friends' Bourne. C. Coovs-r. A lodge were R. asany of Mrs. Martin Jensen of no. I afiemoon. Tee Junior Red Cross These three were inierdependea; also took up a collection at this and all had ;o have a two-thirds majoriiv. Bvlaw 39. S19.0CO for road equip- yes, SS no. time amounting to over S6. TO ATTEND CONVENTION COMMERCE tHXS) At the last meeting of the Park Lake WJ.. Mrs. Kay Jensen was chosen as the delegate 10 the constiiuency conven- j Crops Damaged In Pincher District I at the Gniverslty of Southern Cali- sjje ucderwen; an operation fornia. week for the removal of a cataract While at the university at Sdrnon- from the eye. The operanon proved i ton he was an active member of St. j very successfid and she hopes ro be and a able to return u> her fcoae 1 week. j Joseph's house committee an member of the Newman club. PINCHER siderable wind damage was cone in Fincher Creek area on Friday j shoves inches and oats and barley four inches. Plax is making a showing W 1 ____ ,r uon which is beinz held in Coaldaie and durmg: the week-end_ black; and Mrs.' on June Mrs Mclh-ov., storm. Damage was extensive to Frank Fletcher had the following wjjO guests on Sunday, the occasion be- j Home nw ilother-s Day. Mr. and Mrs. i m ne Mrs. Eisie Mclh-ov., storm, uamage was exiensive tu is constituency convener of i crops east of town and in the Sum- Economics, is also nlanning merview district. Many crops were ___i tiff rn oToiinrf t throiigh the ground- There-is sufficient moisture with warm weather for germination but i tami rain is needed at once. Surface Of moisture is only fair and sub-soil is poor. There has been I .37 inches of rain since April 1st. J. R. Fletcher. Mrs. Helen Hall. Mr. Fletcher and i A family picnic was held in the af- ENJOY BAND cut off to the ground or blo'.vn out. ___ t Little darcage to crops or gardens took place in rhe immediate vicinity j to welcome the Plains- of the town, south of town or west. Ritchie Paterson Company CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS AUDITORS P.O. BOX 940. TELEPHONE 2619 5 and 6 ACADIA BLDG. 612 THIRD AYE. S. i men "band which hails from Van- The duss was exceptionally heavy i There is about five per cenz damage to A family dinner was held_at the id Mrs. T. R. jaudson j dancg Saturday night in the ccm- on Sunday. Mr. ana Mrs. Pete niunitv hall. The dance was well OTtonnell and family, Mr. and Mrs. Art Hudson and lamily, Mr. and i wbea. thev played the and was soiaswhar worse than the .r previous storm. Moisture conditions Mrs. Tom OTJonneli and baby. Miss The one of :ne flax iiax AHce oar ax v ustara ana iiax pruy- were the guests. gome re-seeding of mustarc is be- and Mrs- uM- 7 U1 and Jm Gmnqiiet of ing done. The nresent crop prospect for this time of season is about 20 per cent below average. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Noble and Jim motored to Calgary on "Wed- nesday. Boys Back From Abroad WRENTHAM: ACTIVITIES many friends of Arthur Ingram will be glad M know he has recovered suf- ficiently after his recent operation! in St. Michael's hospital. Lethbndge, ry as part Paramount Entertainment. IS IMPROVING RBTLAW tHNS) Although Ronald Lewis is progressing favor- ably trcm the severe bums he suf- fered when gasoline accidentally took fire on his farm, two miles north, it will be some time before he will be able to leave the Taber hospital. The Sunshine Club, iri addition to sending him flowers and here are good and up to nonnai. i and germination is good. It is esti- mated that 90 per cent of the grain has been seeded here. Several crops have been reseeded where damage has been extensive. COALDALE NOTES (HNS) Dar- win Eldon. Merlin Miller and S. to return to his home Johnson were the Ciaresholm boys I Wednesdav. past who arrived home in the He De j Miss Maulda Diakhow of Ray- 1 the wearv hours. PLAN CLOTHING DRIVE j Prance last week. All three men i have been overseas since 1943 and I saw service on the active fronts in j Europe. Eicon was slightly wound- ed in November, 1944, but was soon back in action again. They are members of the Regina Rifles. mond was a week-end visitor at the 1 Ringrose has again ao- ceptea responsibility for the clotn- her Barents Stanley Jones was very pleasant-i MS appeal whicn is scheduled for Iv surnrised Tuesdav evening when tne montn oi June. The tcwn hall a'bout" twenty-five of his friends will be the receiving depot again gathered ac his home to honor him as it was last year. There was no on occasion of his birthdav. i door-to-door canvass for clotnjng Music and dancing was enjoved and i last time bus the town truck called SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION a lovelv lunch was served "by the for parcels when requested to do ladies nresent so. It is anticipated that much the Sunday j Mrs "C Rochenfaack was hostess ssme plan will be followed this School convention was held here last Wednesday and Thursday with ihe retiring superintendent. Ora Jseiison, conducting both evanings. Special representatives from the Desserc Sunday School General Board at Salt Lake Sity were W. J. Ashton. general secretary; Dr. Ger- ritt De Jong of the B.Y.tr. provo; Mrs. Phylis Shaw of the Primary department and Mrs. Clarabelle Aldis of the kindergarten depart- ment. There was a good representation of all wards in the stake both eve- nings to receive special instruc- tions. to the friends and members of the i year- "WelfareCircle Thursday afternoon.; Matters of business relating to the church building was discussed. Miss Lily May Owen won the mystery box. The June meeting wUl bs held at the-home Moreland. Of Mrs. Geo. MILK RIVER terrific dust storm hit Cardston and dis- trict about 5.30 Friday evening. Power service was interrupted and some damage done. Considerable damage was done to the new busi- ness building being constructed of cinder brick for Smith and Scott, several trees, light buildings and s of lumber were lifted and MILK RIVER (HNS) thirty ladies attended a shower at houses in general were filled with STUDENTS ACTIVE Melvin Danbrook, nee Wava Brown, j Many of As thev plan to live on a farm, on the parents visited the Wrentham the Indian reservation. 10 miles schools Thursday afternoon 10 see from Browning. Mont., the gifts were arranged under a teepee with ap- The son. L. Nelson, B. Vorabrock and! E. Collins. Sixteen friends gathered at the of Violet Stickel. Saturday CARMANGAY NOTES CARMANGAT. (HNS) Sgt Gladys Leonard of the C.W.A.C. arrived home from Ottawa this week to spend her leave prior to receiving her discharge from the service- Mr, and Mrs. Tom Henson, who have been visiting here for the past month, left for Creston, B.C., to Tisit during the blossom carnival. Rev. V. Lord of Vulcan will con- duct service at the Anglican church on Sunday, May 19, at pan. and other relatives. Miss Hazel McFarland, and Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Ford left Miss Joyce Christenson, are on Monday for a week's stay Calgarv. Mrs. Jack Elert and daughter. Lois, left on for Calgary, where the latter will take X-ray- treatments for her ear. Jimmie Karpoff has lately ra- the fine display of articles made by the students during the Home Eco- noaaics an COALDALE. (HNS) Byron Rutt has returned to his home from the University of British Columbia.! Amone the Coaldaie visitors over, the weekend were Mrs. C. Domeier of Lethbndge, at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Steven- son: Mr. and Mrs. A. Kuast of Picture Buue, and G. Prayae of Nanton. at the M. Ritchie home; i Miss Dorothy Wade of Lethbridge. at the A. Wade home: Miss Roberta Harris and Miss Fairhurst of Lethbridge. as the L. Fairhurst i home: and Mr. and Mrs. K. E. j Pilling and family of Picture Butte. at the R. J. Baldry home. Mr. and j Mrs. D. Gordon and family of j Warner and Olds and C. Gordon of Lethbridge. were guests at thej Chas. Gordon home. -John Gossen left at the weekend! for Waterton Park, where he ac- cepted a position at the Prmce of Wales HoteL Mr. Cecil Gordon has received J word of the embarkation of his; wife in England fcr Canada. Mrs.' Gordon is expected to arrive here within the aest two weeks. ANtni NOTES A. P. Grant: and Alex MacGregor mil be in Ed- i raonton next week to auend a shon course at the university ra school administration. Mrs. W. B. Rogers was hostess to the United Church WJVLS. Tues- i dav evening. The theme for the. evening was "The Building of a i of Mrs. Colittan and j Christian Home." and several mem- evening, to help her celebrate her birthdav. Bob Leffley left for his home near Los Angeles. CaL. Friday, af- _j i Mr. Wyler. Many useful articles have been made by ths boys in the workshop, such as corner brackets, medicmp chests, magazine racks, night tables, wardrobe, ice box and row boat. The girls also had a fine display of aprons, dresses, clothes pin bags, tea towels and cushions I shown by the lunch served to the during the afternoon bers took part in the program. USOMWA TAKE For Summer Cottage Get Set For A Comfortable Season The New All Steel CAMP COTS I I COLEMAN LAMPS The ideal lamp for every home, catap. cottage, or farm. Kerosene type. Complete with shade and accessories SLEEPING ROBES All steel construction. Folds Into 16x32 floor space. Fitted with castors, also finest felt insttress. Light, weight, compact. QC Complete FOLDING ARM CHAIRS welghti folding type, compact when not In use. Limited quantity Get Your Supply of FISHING TACKLE For the 24th Now! Handy for camping or the lake cottage. Eliminates blankets, warm, lightweight, zipper teners. Priced from las- Where You Always Do Better now on the staff at the Carmangay hospital. LOMOND NOTES LOMOND. (HNS> This month's meeting of the Lomond Community club was held in the turned Calgary where he had home of airs. A. Sieisea. Recenily injured in a car acci- dent, Aubrey Root is at home after spending a week in the Vulcaa treatments for same trouble. SOUTH MACLEOD NOTES hospital. SOUTH MACLEOD. A. Benson is undergoing treat- i Mr. and Mrs. Clifford left Monday jO visit tfte lonner's brothers, who live at Wrentham after hearing of recent fire loss. Mr. and Mrs. McManus of Ken- ment in the Vulcan hospital. Miss L. Helland arrived home re- cently after receiving her dis- charge from the C.W.AC. After receiving his from i Ontario, have been' weekend the army Joe Teasdale has return- guests ai the home the former's ed to Lomond with his wife. sister, Mrs. Arthur Skelding. W1141 W.JC. i n iliss Kate Henderson of Retlaw i Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Bailey spent, was recently home for the week- Mother s Day at the norne o, their, daughter. Mrs. T. The Lomond intermediate room Turin. Blumaen of is now ta charge of J. Parks from WorloTT. ar.d Mrs. Walter Loyst left last iseek by car for Tacoma. I Washington, to rait Mr. Loysfs brother-in-law. Harold Scot: of Calgary spent the The home of his parents at Arcenviile. IS BEREAVED WARNER NOTES WARNER. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ingram have been vun- ing friends at Warner for a few days. Mr. Ingram having recently i returned from overseas. Mrs. Geo. Holroyd entertained the W_MjS. at her "home on Wed- nefday afternoon at their May meeting, when a program sastable for Mother's Day was Mr. and Lawrence and children of Coucts were at the- Chss. Erickson home for Mother's ;Day. i Mrs. Rose Bannon returned re- cer.tlv from spending the winter COMMERCE Mrs. -months with her sisters m eastern David Same, who has been visit- I Canada. !rom Bumaby. 3C. is The Lawrence McManus family spendir.sr a couple of weeks at Boc.' 1 of Wrer.tham spent Mother's Day -.-l.Tt with her sisters, Mrs. John i -at y-.nmc and ilrs. Sam Eean. Sym- pathy ss exttr.dcd to Mrs, Stan Burr rece.ved word ol the death o! her mother. Mrs M Schafor oi Monday. She leii for her home Tuesday morning. VISIT AT BOW ISLAND I at the Stanley Milhaem home. RADIOS Canada's Recognized Sound Experts NORTHERN ELECTRIC RADIOS AND RADIO-PHONOGRAPHS that will charm you with their smart appearance, their compactness, their fine, constantly dependable tone. You will especially like the Mantel Radio-Phonograph! It's low price brings it within everyone's reach! These Little Giants of the low-priced field are available now! You can depend on Northern Electric! You'll see that name on your telephone, and on all the best sound equipment in any field of entertainment. GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES LIMITED 1621 THIRD AVENUE S. LETHBRIDGE TABER RODEO MAY 24 1 P.M. Frontier days events sponsored by Taber Rodeo Committee and Taber Board of Trade Clarke Lund, Arena Manager SPAPFRf "SPAPERJ ;