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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, MAY 28, 1946 Bellevue Lions Floor Show Wins CHXS) Of the finest musical entertainments in the Crow's Nest Pass in many a year was witnessed by- close to two thousand people who crowded every available space la the Bellevue arena May see and listen to the floor hhour staged by the Bellevue Lions in their el- forts to raise funds to 2nstal an artificial ice plant in the arena aext sinter. The mere spoken word canaot express us ample terras the credit due to the lions lor their excellent achievement- in bringing together talented artists for the show and the able manner in which the large rroa-d was handled, tire careiul nandisg of the lighting effects and no delay between numbers, all acis from the audience point of view, no delay between numbers, all acts coming on the stage at the proper tane. and some creoit is due to Lion Les Green, who acted as mat- ter of ceremonies, who kept the program running smoothly and on time. A special floor was laid inside the arena, for the performers, with flood lights hanging from the arena casting a mellowing over the Soor and colored lights from the four earners above tnrew a multi- colored effect on the performers which was enhanced by two power- f ul spot lights from the rafters fairyland appearance. Busy Southern Alberta COVTKBDTE CLOTHING i hospital on Thursday after a leaf- R, B. thyilUiess. The deceased_had beea Greer was hostess to 35 members of the local Womea's Institute last Wednesday afternoon. Final ar- rangements were completed for the WX constituency conference to be held at Coaldale United Church, June 14. Mrs. John Smith pre- sented aa informative article. A large amount >of clothing for chil- dren oierseas was turned in. and arrangements -a-ere mace to ship articles contributed ia the coming overseas clothes drive. QUARTET PLEASES (HKS> Baptist church had a special attraction for the Sunday morning aad evening services. The Ambassadors male a. local resident for many jears. She was the widow of the late Andrew Lees, who died a number of ago. There are no surviving chil- dren. The funeral was held Sun- day from the United church, with. ReV. Allen officiating. CONFIRMATION SERVICES MILK Ex- cellency Bishop Carroll ol Calgary confirmed six girls and ten boys at St. Peter's Catholic Church at 12.30 pjn., on Sunday. Following the services, Lavrrence Kit- man and Mrs. Louie Nelson served a dinner at the rectory for Bishop Carroll. Father Doiron and the church board. Earlier in She day a close with a monstrous dance at Bight. "As others say, so say we going Lions." "Good The show was produced under the i direction of the Price brothers, Roy and Bill, who had the satisfaction that; their efforts were crowned roih a degree of success that was beyond their fondest expectations. The dancing numoers were under the direction of Charlotte Strauch and Eda Price while the Maypole drill and dance was directed by Irene Huryluk and Netue Kuryluk. Orchestral and piano accompani- ments were rendered by Prances Cardie, Rov Upton. Percy Letcher. Prank -Godek. Walter Lesniak, Bill Harvey and Roy Price. Lighting effects a ere in charge of Percy Letcher, Ray Blake. Sam Radford. and the sound equipment, kindly loaned by the Blainnore Electric shop was in charge of Ralph Ellison. After the singing of "O Miss Lv Toderam, accompanied by last year's queen and an escort of ladies-in-waiting, Mounted Police and members 01 the laoas club was escorted to her throne on the floor, resplendent under the lights chas- ing color upon color and was duly crowned Queen of the May. Miss Toderam was elected quren, for hav- ing sold the most tickets to the show and she and her Jadies-m- waitmg, the runners-up. received many useful and valuable prizes. While all numbers on the program were exceptionally well performed and it would be hard to pick out any individual or group for snecial praise, the Bellevue Belles and the Gay Kinetics choruses were espe- cially enchanting in their numbers. During the noon hour a long parade had been staged along Bel- levue's main street, and sports for the children were held as the sports Seld. and two Softball games for the ladies was held in the evening. Comrey Cemetery Pride Of District day is taken seriously in this district with the result that Comrey has one of the finest burial grounds in Southern Alberts. one irho possibly can turns out. bring- ing his implements and horse aad plough. Then the 34-year-old ceme- tery receives its annual renovation. ituafd on- a knoll the cemetery has an artistic archway fashioned out of metal, and the well-kept fence is lined inside with carra- gana bushes. Due to cultivation these have grown to a good size in spite of drv weather and form aa attractive frame for the 26 graves. Trees, bushes and perennial flow- ers make a fine show over mdm- dual plots. Much care has beea givea to each enclosure with special markers being set out, with cement and corner posts being placed where needed. class at Allerston. quartet rendered sacred numbers Bishop Carroll had confirmed a which delighted the coagregatioa. FERX1E WOMAN PASSES two men and womea gathered at the cemetery on "Wednesday for the annual clean-up day. The fences are now completed, and at the busmess meeting which followed later in town, i; was decided to can- vass the community for funds and purchase a power lawn mower. The sum of was spent in the past and the committee has on hand. All un-marked graves are to be marked and Ive Mahoa is going to put down a new water well next week, practically donating his time and labor. DISTRICT NEWS PAGE HVB Memorial Pool at Macleod HONORED AT MOWJEB A fhower was given Wednesday evening for. Mrs. Robert nee Miss! DeZous Rasnxussen. After an enjoy- I able program. Mrs. Spackman, as- J sisted by Noral Spactenaa and Alice j Fay Rasraussen unwrapped the maa? useful and attractive gifts. Business Directory For Quick, Efficient Service get m touck with: j H. W. MEECM AGENCIES Acadia Block. 3rd Avenue South, Income Tax Phone WEEKENDS AT CHAMPION Heggieston, who is teaching as the i White School near FREEL SHEET METAL spent the -aeekend in Champion as SicClary furnace guess of Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Carl- conditioning. See son. furnace aad modern air- our floor display Engraving. of Bums and Button Construction company have raoved away after completing the CoaacMMWty Meaaonal, Swimming Pool at Macieod. fathered by the Lioas club and generallv. Here it is shown when workmen were puttieg the finishing i touches "on the pool. Further improvements will be made when funds 3 become available, in iss present form it Is ready for use. The pool is regulation size. is close io the skating arena and court house. bessg centrally located on the Town Square. The house immediately sn fron; of it on" Second Ave. was formerly occupied by CoL after whom. the town of Macleod was named. Picture was snapped by the HeraM's Madeod correspondent from the roof of the curling nak to the east. i Ministers Move; Dr. Magowan To Coleman Church HANDKERCHIEF SHOWER Alvia Jones entertained the Neighborhood i Club at ber home recently Then 2. handkerchief shower was held for Miss June Anderson, who is leading the district shortly. Sixteen mem- bers were present. MILK KIVES BRIEFS La- verna Quinn. who is in the Home Economic department of Calgary Power Company at Calgary spent the week-end with her mother, Mrs. Celia Quinn. Mr. and Mrs. E. Coilin, accom- panied by Mrs. Margaret Mexner and Roy Quinn, motored to Medi- cine Hat Thursday to attend the graduating exercises at St. Ther- esa College. Their daughter, Kath- leen, who attends school there will I accompany them. home. Miss Margaret Schleuter re- turned by plane Monday from. Vic- Aged Minister Has Proud Record During the evening service Sv. Andrew's Pres- bvsenan church oa Sunday. May 26. in Madeod. Rev. E. H. Lockhart. who returned to ministerial service after being retired, rxjld his _ gallon that he was grateful to God; for the that not once ia the past 40 years of his ministry had it ever been necessary for another minister to take a service for him. and that he had Jbeea able to tasce service to which he was ap- pointed to deliver his message. Rev. Mr. Lockharl. though ac- vanced ia age. conducts two ser- vices each Sunday at 's in Macleod and another 12 miles, south at, the Watertoa school durmg the afternoon. RETURN TO MILK RIVER CHAMPION VISITOR Jean Hoaar. %no is nursing at the High' River hosaital. was a weekend visi- tor in Champioa at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. Hoag. i Tomato Plants We mow hare plants, earliest read? for distribution. Place yoar immediately. Contracts fsr anen. Southern Alta. Co-op. Vegetable Growers Limited Stafford Block. Lethbridge HELL Sheet Metal and Roofing Contracts. Furnace and Eavestrough. Repairs.; 1823 WELLINGTON MtOS, Decor- ators." Zst. 1907. Tor eettnsaws 3472. St S. 1853 FIKTH Spray Paiatta? and Paiaticj. Quick Ssamates Givea on Roofs. Stucco Houses, Firm Buildings. Fhcne 373L ?15-17th 8t. N. AITTO WRECKERS McLAUGHLIN and U'reekersL Corner of 4th Ave. and 3rd St. Phone 2918. 10 BEAUTY PARLORS CALL WSSTBROOK'S BEAUTY P-VflLOS for your Next Hair Do. A3 work guaranteed. Phone 3852. COT VOGUE BEAUTY SHOF Street North. The latest in Hair Phone 2287. 824 BABY BUGGY REPAIRS jBABY BUGGY wheels retired, re- paired aad trued. Sevice while you wait. BERT MAC'S 315-7th StL 3. Phone 3232. LEX BJtCCHET Paiattaz, Paper- 32S-lltit St. S. Phone 370t. 254 ARCHER Interior and Sxterior Decorator. Modem Squspaeat. Phone 2463. 1798 PIANO TCNTXG GERARD HOEKSTRA Phoae 3355. 15Q5-4sh Ave. K. 1963 RADIO REPAIRS Phone 3232 BERT MAC'S Where they build up the performance of your the Charges. 315-7th St. S. 380 BARRETTS MILK; RIVES tHXS) Mihier returned to Milk River Thursday evening, accompanied fay, his xrife. They will reside at the Advance Lumber Company's house. Ben Coombs and his bride re- turned to Milk Saturday eve- ning Mr. Milner and work: for the Advance Lumber Company. TO ATTEND COiSVENTIOX CHAMPION Miss I Grace Madge, Mo :n" Royal College in Calgary, spent the weekend at Milk River. THE JOB: .The administrative work which "keeps .them Service or Civil experience in ac- counting, office procedure, and ste- nography can qualify for immediate advancement in "trade grouping" and pay. Applicants should nor- mally possess junior matriculation or its equivalent in technical school or a recognized school of commerce; applicants without previous service experience must be over 18 and under 26. Training courses will pro- vide qualified applicants with valu- able instruction in the trades of Clerk Accountant, Clerk General, Clerk Stenographer, and Equip- ment Assistant. THE PAY: Basic pay plus living allowances for non-commissioned ranks runs from S95 monthly for Air- craftman Class 2 to for Warrant Officer Class One; extra pay for trade proficiency and increased pay after three years in any rank; marriage allowance of S20 a month: free uni- form clothing and medical and dental service. THE A lifetime in- come on discharge after 20 years' or SERVICE SPELLS more service; pensions or gratuities in the event of poor discharge on medical grounds, and pensions or gratuities to widows or children ia .the event of death while on service. VETERANS' PREFERENCE: As among applicants, war veterans applying for reappointment will re- ceive preference, and if accepted will be reappointed to the ranks they held at the tame of their discharge, or to the nearest ranks which estab- lishment permits; and their prior service will be a factor in promotion and pension. TERAfS OF SERVICE: Accepted applicants enter Interim Force, which terminates on or before Sep- tember good conduct, satis- factory medical category and trade proficiency will enable airmen to enlist in Regular Air Force for five years and re-engage thereafter for further five-yesr terms. WHERE TO APPLY: Applications should be made to No. 2 Air Com- mand. RCAF, Stevenson Field, Winnipeg, Man. 110 and 32 volt engine or wind driv- en, with or without batteries. ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE SALES 619-7th Ave. S. Phone 4660. 331 FLOOR SANDING MERRICK BROS. FLOORS EXPERTLY LAID, SANDED AND FINISHED. The MoQern Wav. Phone 3319 308-7th Ave. A S. All work guaranteed 1055 i HEMSTITCHING. Prompt jerries. Singer Sewing Machine Co. 820 3rd Ave, S. Phone 2243. S20 DRESSMAKING ALTERATIONS DOROTHY GRAHiM. Phone 4494. 122 McFarland 123 BUTTON-HOLES. Work guaranteed Mrs. R. Harris 14 Devon Court. Phone 2332. 63 SHOE HEPAIRS STEVE'S SHOE REPAIR SHOP 322-7th St. S. Phone 3S55. 501 Expert Shoe Repairs Shop 714-3rd Ave. S. Satisfactory Work. Bob Barra. 951 LEE DUCK. Tailoring and Hat work. 330-13llj St. N. Phoae 2770. 1336 TILING FLOORS SANDED AND FINISHED LORXE LONG. PHONE 2369. We welcome out of to ATI business. 90 FLOOR SPECIALIST Floors Laid, Sanded and Finished. All Work Guaranteed. PERCY HAMILTON Old Fioors and Stairs Mads New. 20 Years Experience. 137-14th St. N. Pboae 2532. 1174 TELES 'Asphalt) Supplied and laid ay experienced craftsman. PERCY HAMILTON, 137-14th St. North. Phoae 2532. 433 TIME SHEETS GARAGES, ATTENTION MECHANICS TIME SHEETS carried in stock. Any quantity. HERALD JOB DEFT. Phone 3203. 485 FURNITURE MOVING MCLEAN TRANSFER Storage. Crating. Packing. Shipping of Household Goods. Phone 2097. ____640-Stn St. S._______430 1TFCRRIERS VACUUM CLEANER SERVICE- GUARANTEED Vacuum Cleaner Service. All makes. McKenzie Slectic Ltd. Phone 3537. 232 X'PHOLSTERY GRAHAM AND JELFS Chesterfield Upholstering and Repairing. Truck Seats and Car UpaoJstsring. Fumigating. All work guaranteed. 406-5th St. S. Phoae 3470. 1125 LUXURIOUS FUR COATS in the i latest stylet, saving priced. Expert restyling, reliiung, cleaning and in- sured storage. Also csoth coats aad_____________ __ dresses for everv occasion. TRACTOR, Truck NEW YORK FUR DRESS SHOP VULCANIZING Famous for 604-3rd Avenue S. Paorse 3276.' 7SO i GENERAL REPAIRS________ LAWNMOWERS aad SAWS sharp- ened Sunejiag and Farm Levels i repaired. Locksmith Gunsmith. 1 Union Repair SHOD 123S-3rd Ave. S. 1 1G07' MOTORS. ELECTRIC :ar Tire Val- Guaracteed. Lice beit splicing. New and Used Tires. NORTH LETHBRIDGE MOTORS AND ACTO WRECKERS Authorized GOODYEAR Dealer. Pfaoae 42S8.________1S70 Tire Repairs and Vulcanizing o' all Kinds. Beit Splicing. "A Complete Tire Service." 3. A, TIRE SUPPLY F'lily equipped shop, expert work- man, "for the repair of fractional and three ohase motors. 402-lst Avenue South. Phoce I_____________________________IS5g WHEEL ALIGNING l McKtnzie Electric Ltd. Phoae 3537.! Short Stop Service Station Brake Service, 4th Ave.-Sth St. Phone 4167. 530 DEPARTMENT OF NATIONAL DEFENCE FOR AIR OTTAWA, CANADA Hon. Gibson, Minister H. F. Gordon, Deputy Minister jt JNSUtATING_AND _ in applying Rock Wool Insulation and Asphalt Shin- gles to buildings, oJd or new. Ex- perienced crews oa the job the year round. Western Home Improvement Co. 8 Stafford Block. Phone 2053. 181 MIMEOGRAPHING______ "ALL WORK CAREFULLY DONE" J. S. Brown, care Brown's Jiusical Supplies, City. 1671 FITTING___ FRED a speciality. St. S, Phone 3735. 1331 WATCH REPAIRS Expert Watch sad Ciock Repairs. MACTS WATCH SHOP, Ccaldale. 1572 WELDING Phone 38S9 for Portable Welding. Prosrpt Service, Guaranteed Work. Richard's Welding, 323 4th St S. 1251 We change the 5tesl rims of tract- or wheels to rims suitable for rubber tires. WELDED JPKODUCTS 319 1st Phone 2544 1590 ;