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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 doings Period gowns 'FOKY MACLKOI) (IINS) The mood of IJJ7-1 is overtaking ForL Macleod as women wait Ihc period gown fashion show, an event of Mrs. Lucille Kraemer ol Cal- gary, who has the unique hobby of making replicas of period gowns, will .show her enlire col- lection. Sponsor i.s the Anglicai> Church Women. Battersea Wl IRON SPRINGS (HNS) TSic Bntlcrso.n Insli- lule met recently with It; at- tending. Clarence Leeck, representa- tive of Farm Electric Services, pave a history of the develop- ment of Calgary Power and also ;i brief resume of the currcnl trends in electrical living. Constituency convener Mrs. A. Applcton of Tabor gave an outline of plans for the confer- ence to be held in Ihc United Church at ForL .Macleod June 15. Mrs. B. Watson and Airs. Bertha Vavra arc, in charge of handicraft and iK'.king compe- titions to be held in conjunction with the conference. Alary MeiUamis pave a report on the hospital visits for the month. It was decided to make a donation to the Lelhbridge Men- ial Health Association, the, dona- tion to be used for the summer camp for paticnls. The next meeting will be held iit the home, of Mrs. II. JIarvie. 11 win badges FORT MACLEOD (HN7S) An outstanding achievement in leadership was credited to the Porcupine Hills district Roy Scouts II lenders awarded wood badges. Those attaining the Gil well neckerchief and v.ood badge were: from Fort Macleod: llchcr Be.nzcr. Lola Albeit. Anna Geicr and Lew Blair: from Claresholm, G o r d o n Brown and Culfortli; and from Slavery. Dave Linn. Bill Alalclum. Ruth Slraniz. John Slrang and Kay Cnrlstjn. Visit museum FORT MACLEOD UlNSi Visitors to Ihe Museum were Mr. ar.d Mrs. Kennelh lUadeod frrnn (he Me uf Skyc. Mr. Macleod is a eraml neph- ew of Col. .lames Maelcod. I he- man who led the North Wesi lUounled Police lo the spot ihaL now boars his name. The Macbods are on a world (our, They now go Lo Australia and Zealand. Draft budget COALDALE The southern region-il rec're.Uiunal board of Ihe County of Lelh- bridge is drafting its budget. When completed il will sent lo Ihc Coaldale town and County of Lelhbridge councils for approval. Jean Erecka of the Read; 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 on recreational needs for older people. The board was informed the 1972 Southern Alberta Summer Games will be held at Him Is- land. It will be in conjunction with the town's Diamond Jubi- lee celebrations. Review plans The manager of the Lelh bridge district office of the Can- ruia Pension Plan. J. C. i Fern i Bouchard, wishe.s lo inform Ihe residents Ihe fdlluuim that R. F. Yiney be in lendance at; Rlairmore Federal Build- ing. June 1. ID to p.m. Pincher Creek Town Coun- cil Chambers, June '2, a.m, j lo 12 noon. Anyone wishing lo lake ad- v.'tjil.'igc of Ihi-i MTVKV is cor- dially invited to do MI. Mr. Vincy will nr.swer queries on Ihe Canada I'en.Mon I'Ian. I hi; Old Age Seci-nly ;md Ihe Gnar- anlecd Innnue Supplement. He will also ide assis- lance in the filing of applica- tions lo I hose who are now 01 will soon be qualified for I ho above-nolcd benefits. Byeleciion (Spmai) At a recent special inecling ot town council it decided In hold a byclcclion .bine I'll In fill the vacancy mayor caused by Ihe rc.signalion of Arthur Ami's. Selected from councillors by Ivillol lo be acling m.'iyor until Ihe byelcclidii Coimeillor John ouner and op- erator of ;i loe.'il rale. Mr. Olyslai'.er is in his second U'L'IU (it COlllU'll. BASEMENT C'.ASS f-.UK'it WALDHER SEWS IN SPACIOUS ROOM 1 OLD E'.fv'i KUTTERIAN BRETHREN RAISE NEW EIGHT-FLEX t t :s HAPPY <4 GEORGE TAKES PRIDE IN KITCHEN VIEW life T" L vrT 1 Jr. REV. ISAAC VVUR7. SKOVVS LARGE FREEZER I'icJure By Koiiior By D'ARCY RICKARD Herald Siaff Wriier MAGRATH Tho Old Kim Col'my is slowly ImL suri'Iy being rebuilt. Tho in Murcli. .Ml HIP nld IKHIPCS HIT hcinp lorn n buildings :iro "oinj; 1111. !l he i'lii.-'iu'd in HI74. Tlicn Ihci'c will be I'lnii' caf'h Us ov, n Il makes lliis colony, opc'raliiv: .vnirhv.esl o! one of the moM 1- bi'elhi'en colonies in existence '1 he Ihinkint; boss is .lake Ulacksmilh (ieorae Waldncr nncl ibr c'dlonv ler. Kin'. Isaac are heading liji llie penlry and crows. I'iily-sex'en rriflers raised rcccnliv iui (iiis summer's project a new for ridil Ihillrr- ilc lamilies, 'i'ho have radianl hoi "ll's lo Ihink they iieal Hie whole e gallons of hoi Tiw.ilin- son said. "II cosls more lo inl.ill bin il sure p.n.-. oil Ilie limq haul." TlH1 colony community kilcluMi is soiiKMInn'; lo he- hold. Pit'ead rolls aro lurnini: in Ihe hi.11. oxen regularly now. And Ihe pios Ihe llnHcrile women turning onl are delicious. Iry cookers nvuie in Ihe llnllerile shop on tile coloin. The modern cooler room is Ki-ln -eiejil lei I .ml deep ronin slightly i'. The dinne; hall is spofloss. The painled v.d'. :liioc like .ejass. llulleriie lake Ihe painline' ;ind care'iillv .Still standing is the old church, donhhn, as a school. II was a sad day for Ihe colony when ll'e slarled comini; Aim a. The lii-a In: hue was lorn dou n in March. lilT1.1. Tlio Invl e: hl-phx was linished in Auuiisl ol thai Two more old buildings were lorn down tins DifJih'G HALL HAS Orti- LT, can take HORSi Pi-.nlleil, nolilerlin :r, Si-oiim.i fvil ;