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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 Period gowns 'FOR? MACLEOD U1NS) The mood of 1H74 is overtaking Fort Macleod as women wait the period gown fashion show, an event of May Mrs. Lucille Kraemer of Cal- gary, who has the unique hobby of making replicas of period gowns, will show her en! ire col- lection, Sponsor is the Anglican Church Women. Battersea WI IRON SPRINGS (HNS) THC Battersea Women's Insti- tute met recently with it; at- tending. Clarence Lceck, representa- tive of Farm Electric Services, gave a history of the develop- ment of Calgary Power and also a brief resume of the current trends in electrical living. Constituency convener Mrs. A. Appleton of Taber gave an outline of plans for the confer- ence to be heid in ihc United Church at Fort Macleod June 15. Airs. B. Watson and Mrs. Bertha Vavra are in charge of handicraft and baking compe- titions to be held in conjunction the conference. Mrs. Mary McManus gave a report on the hospital visits for the month. It was decided to make a donation to the Lethbridge Men- tal Health Association, the dona- tion to be used for the summer camp for patients. The next meeting will be held iit the home of Mrs. R. JIarvie. 11 win badges FORT MACLEOD (HNS) An outstanding achievement in leadership was credited to the Porcupine Hills district Boy Scouts when iJ leaders wo.re awarded wood badges. Those attaining the Gilwcll neckerchief and wood badge were: from Fort Macleod: Hcbcr Beazcr. Lola Albert. Anna Geier and Lew Blair: from Ciaresholm, Gordon Brown and Norman Cutforth; and from Slavery. Dave Linn. Bill Malchow. 'Ruth Strang, John Stnmg and Kay Carlson. Visit museum FORT MACLEOD OfNS) Visitors to the Fort Museum were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Macleod from the Isle uf Skye. Mr. .Macleod is a annul neph- ew of Col. James Macleod. the man who led the North West. Mounted Police to the spot that now bears his name. The Macleods are on a world four, They now go to Australia and New Zealand. Draft budget COALDALE (HNS) The southern regional recreational hoard of the County of Leth-' bridge is drafting its 1972 budget. When completed it will be sent to Ihc Coaldale town and County of Lethbridge councils for approval. Jean Brecka of the made district will be working out of the Coaldale recreation office for the summer on rec- reation for senior citizens under a STEP program. The first project is lo con- duct a survey on recreational needs for older people. The board was informed the 1972 Southern Alberta Summer Games will be held at Bow Is- land. It will be in conjunction with the town's Diamond Jubi- lee celebrations. Review plans The manager of the Leth- bridge district office of the Can- ada Pension Plan, J. C. t Fern i Bouchard, wishes to inform the residents uf the following areas that R. F. Yiney will be in at- lendance ;if; Rlairmare Federal Build- ing. June 1, ID lo p.m. Pincher Creek Town Coun- cil Chambers, June 2, a.in, to 12 noon. Anyone wishing lo lake ad- vantage of this service is cor- dially invited to do so. Mr, Vincy will answer queries on the Canada Pension Plan. UK; Old Age Security and the Guar- anteed Income Supplement. He will also provide assis- tance in the filing of applica- tions lo those who are now 01 will soon be qualified for I ho above-noted benefits. Byelection CRKEK (Special) At a recenl special meeting of town council it decided lo hold a byelcetion June 1W to fill the vacancy for mayor caused by the resignation of Arllnir Ames. Selected from councillors by ballot to be acting mayor until Ihe hyolecliim was Councillor John Olyslujicr, owner and op- erator of a local rale. Mr. is in his second Icrm ol council. i jfett f i V ANNIE WALDNER SEWS IN SPACIOUS ROOM OLD HUTTERIAN BRETHREN RAISE NEW EIGHT-PLEX DLACXS.VaTH GEORGE WALDNER TAKES PRIDE IN KITCHEN j-p 3.lLkVw V REV. ISAAC WURZ SHOWS LARGE FREEZER I'iciure By Wol'ar Keibor By D'ARCY RICKARD Herald Siaff Wriier The Old Kim r d i-, slowly surely being rebuilt. Tho in ai'i i u i i 1 in March. All the old houses arc hpinp torn di n i i' n eiujil-plcx buildings are iioiiii; up. II v, H li n 1 in 1974. Then there will be four pli i Ciirh family its own living ciuarlcrs It makes this colony, null t i gnuh since 1018. one of the niosi i i i i i brelhi'en colonies in existence 1 hi iki thinking boss is Jake Waldner. Ulacksmilh Cieorge Waldner and the eolonv minis- ter. Kev. Isaac are busy heading up the car- pentry and painting crews. Fifty-seven rafters were raised rccrnJK mi liiis summer's project a new for right Ihiltrr- ilc families. The buildings have radiant hot water "II's to think they heat Hie wlmle five gallons of hot wafer." neighbor Karl Tnnilin- son said. "It costs more to inlal] bnl it sure pays off over Hie long haul." The colony community kilchen is sonirthuv; In he- liold. rolls are turning in the 1m; oxen regularly now. And the pies the llulterile woiarn are turning out are delicious. Deep fry cookers mad'.1 in the llnlterite shop on the colony. The modern cooler room is Ili-hs -eight fed ati i Hie deep room slightly The dining ball is spolless. The painlcd vral1, liioe like glass, llnlleriie women take gi'eal paais the work, painting very slowly and earofnlK .Still standing is the old church, doubling as a school. II was a sad day for (he co'onv I ho old buildings started coming ,1. The I'irsi hi: nas lorn dou n in March, 'flie lirsi e! was finished in Au.uusf of Ilia! vo.ir Two more old buildings were inrn tins spi'ing. BASEMENT j .5 HAPPY ,V T- s 'ANT ViEW DiNiNG HALL HAS ri can take a WHITE HORSE anvwhcva ;