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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 90TH BIRTHDAY Mrs. Minoru Uyeda of Iron Springs recently celebrated her 90lh birthday with a family party. The former Yamaguchi Ken, she was born in Japan Oct. 1, 1881. She came to this counlry with her late husband, Minoru Uyeda, May 23, 1900, to reside at Vancouver for 42 years. She has four grandsons and one grand- daughter and was honored by sons and daughters-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Frank Uyeda of Iron Spings and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Uyeda of Taber. Conlts firefighters wiu trophy three years in a row COUTTS' (HNS) Total time for make and Firefighters No. 1 team recent-1 break: Coutts 1-40.3 seconds; D R ly won the County Trophy for the third consecutive year at the annual Warner County hose laying competition held at Milk Eiver. It was hosted by the Milk River Volunteer Fire Depart- ment. Coutts won the grand aggre- gate with total overall time of two minutes and 54 seconds for the three events: make and break, changeover and novelty barrel and bucket brigade. Seven county teams seconds. Novelty event: Coutts 1 1 minute, 31.1 seconds; Wren- tham 1 1 minute, 32.2 sec- onds. Change-over event women competitors were from Warner, Milk Eiver and Coutts. The Coutts women placed first with total time of 43.4 seconds. Commissioners from the pro- vincial fire commissioner's of- fice, Dick Bealen and Don Gra- ham, assisted. This year Warner County .v taking was the only county in Alberta part in the competition were to have two teams qualified from Warner, Wrentham, Milk j for the provincial finals. Kiver and Coutts. Warner and Coutts each Total time fi- the change- over event: CcUU sec- sent a team to compete in the Alberta finals which were held in September at Wesllock. vi f, C Roundup of District News y fc Earlier scare BARONS (HNS) At a re- cent meeting of the village council it was decided to fol- low the plan of many other communities and observe Hal- lowe'en Saturday in place of Sunday, Oct. 31. 'Satisfactory' SPARWOOD Leslie Ryan, who suffered se- rious gunshot wounds in a shooting incident, is reported in "satisfactory" condition. Ryan, 35, was admitted to the Michel Hospital and later transferred to Lethbridge for treatment. The incident occurred about 2 a.m. Saturday. RCMP report no foul play was involved. Visits mine NATAL (HNS) The Kaiser Resources Limited mine rescue team from Michel Colleries re- cently visited the Sullivan hard- rock mine at Kimberley as part of interchange training to fit rescue teams for all under- ground rescues. The team, along with other personnel were guests at a luncheon in Kimbrook Motor Inn, where they were joined by members of tlie Sullivan mine rescue team and officials of Cominco and Kaiser Resources. Heads Sewettes GRANUM (HNS) Mrs. Bob (Marian) Weerstra recent- ly was elected president and Mrs. Lee .Shirley) Wesley sec- retary-treasurer ol the Granum Sewettes. Mrs. Tony (Charlotte) Knapek was hostess for the meeting. Mrs. Harold (Mildred) Jorgenson was co-hostess. Mrs. H. Jorgenson won the prize. The next meeting will be held Nov. 15 at the home of Mrs. Harvey (Marilyn) Dimm. Phone rate up NATAL (HNS) A new rate grouping has been approved by i the Canadian Transport Com- mission for Ihe Sparwood tele- phone exchange, resulting in an increase in phone bills. The new rates, which reflect growth in Sparwood's area, will mean increases of up to 25 cents in monthly telephone rates for residential service and increases of up to 90 cents in the monthly rates for busi- ness service. The new rates be- came effective Oct. 19. Fall carnival BARONS (HNS) The Barons Community Club re- cently made plans for a fall carnival to be held at the hall Nov. 26 and 27. CGIT officers NOBLEFORD Nobleford United Church CGIT leader is Mrs. Louis Hann. Officers are: President, Wanda Luchia; vice-president. Shirley S'jogren; secretary, Cheryl Sanderson; treasurer, Leslie Urvold; ch'b reporter, Gwen Luchia. Meets president COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) Mrs. Erna Malanchuk, presi- dent of the Crowsnest Pass Lo- cal of the ATA attended a re- cent reception in Lethbridge to meet new president Walter L. Hughes. Accompanying Mrs. Malan- chuk was vice-president Mrs. Anne Spatuk and ARA for lunch, entertainment sentative Miss Beverly Ger-; and membership. baz. j There were 21 members prc- Wedneiday, October 27, 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID 3 Schneider wins high murks RAYMOND (HNS) Oliver S'chn idcr, son of Mr. and Mrs. Snopek elected Enchant (HNS) Parcnt- tcacher officers were rc-cledcd as follows: president Joe Sno- i pek; vice-president Francis' Hanson; treasurer, Mrs. Ev Stcen. Secretary Mrs. Karen Wiest. Tliree committee's wore elect- sent and Marguerite Car- 0. Schneider ol 'Raymond', has achieved an average of per cent for his final year at i men Dorchak served k-jich. Principal Mr. Jabs was intro- duccd. Need clothes for Indians COALDALI5 (HNS) The Eva G r e e r United Church Women is collecting good used and warm clothing to be sent to the Saddle Lake and Good Fish Lake Indian missions. Children's clothing is es- clothing to pecially needed. Anyone having donate is kindly requested to bring it to the Coaldale United Church Hall within the next week. Packing date is Nov. 1. Sell 625 calves CRANBROOK (Special) the Raymond High school. His English .'10 exmnination paper received a mark of 94; socia' studios .10, 91; mafhema- lies 111, 100; chomislry 30, 96; Well satisfied Kootenay grow-: mathematics 30, 100; and phy- crs sold 625 calves for sics 95. r.l a recent Community Auction I Mr. Schneider has been Sales Ltd., Cranbrook Sales j awarded Ihe Canadian Sugar Point sale. Average was j Factories Scholarship; Royal per head. Two Cranbrook Canadian Legion Scholarship to mixed sales the University of Lethbridge; are set for November and final j and the Province of Alberta sale o( 1971 will be Dec. 1 to Matriculation Scholarship, clean up a highly successful MR. SCHNEIDER Call off classes PINCHER CREEK (Special) Due to insufficient registra- tion, the women's and men's Keep Fit Classes scheduled for Mondays and Thursdays at Val- j leyfair and urns have Another attempt to start the classes will take place follow- ing the Christmas "Turkey Di- lemma." Central gymnasi- been cancelled. Alix Myskow baptized, COUTTS (HNS) Alix Margaret Myskow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Myskow of Coutts, was baptized during regular Sunday service at the Coutts United Church. Present for the occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Menzies of In- verness, Scotland, grandpar- ents of Alix. Mr. and Mrs. Menzies have been visiting with their daugh- ter and son-in-law since mid- August and will be leaving soon to return to Scotland. LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIALS We hove the following lumber available for sale Rough 2x6 from 8' to 20' long; rough 2x8 from 8'x to 20' Utility grade planed lumber suitable for corrals, sheds, garages, etc. in most sizes First cut 8' long slabs priced at per package which will make about 100 feet of fence 6 and 8 foot corrol boards Treated posts and poles Baled wood shavings ideal for livestock bedding or insulation Please write or phone to confirm price and availability before coming. JOHNSON BROS. SAWMILLS LTD. ON HIGHWAY 3 AT COWLEY, ALBERTA Write P.O. Box 100 or Phone 628-3818 and ask for Laverne or Gordon We are open Monday through Friday from a.m. to 5 p.m. MARSHALL WELLS CHIEF MOUNTAIN REALTY LTD. COWLEY, ALBERTA, IS PLEASED TO LIST THE FOLLOWING ATTRACIIVI PROPERTIES FOR SALE: FORT MACLEOD 900 acres, 570 acres lilloble, 330 in good native grass. Three bedroom home with all services t PINCHER CREEK 1721 acre ranch which includes 1120 tame hay and balance in native grass. Two sets of buildings. COWLEY 805 acres bcof or dairy and groin (arm, river fronl- age, two sels of buildings all services. PINCHER CREEK 801 acres callle and grain form, river frontage, ir- rigation potential. FORT MACLEOD 684 acres includes 490 acres cultivated, river front- age and springs. Older buildings, power and tcle- PINCHER CREEK 1800 acre caitle ranch, 300 acres cultivated, balance very good hard grass, two sets buildings. All services. Owner willing 10 consider offers on par! of property. PINCHER CREEK 900 acres moslly cultivated, best of icil, irrigation potential, good buildings, all services. PINCHER CREEK 601 acres mixed cattle and groin farm, creek spring and wells. Good buildings, all services. LUNDBRECK 1898 acres all grass except SO acres tame hay, ade- quate water includes lake, two dugouls, springs and flowing well. Has home, barn, corrals, all services. New four wire perimeter fences, some cross fencing, treated posts. Some of ihe above properties have attractive on them and some of the vendors are prepared to offer terms. LET US SHOW YOU AROUND THE AREA NOW GERALD THOMPSON GORDON JOHNSON fORT MACLEOD-234-4165 COWLEY-628-377S LSALE WHERE? 204-8th St. S. Across From Beny's Main Show Room Due to Sate arrivals on some of the following items we are holding our Warehouse Sale over for 3 more days, October 28, 18" BOUDOIR LAMPS Reg. 5.95 Warehouse Price (.99 TABLE LAMPS Reg. 9.95 Warehouse Price POLE LAMPS Reg. 6.95 Warehouse Price 9 COFFEE TABLES 3 piece set, 2 end tables, 1-coffee table Reg. 38.85 OO.S5 Warehouse Price mamm CHINA CABINET Reg. 64.95 Warehouse Price 49 .95 DESK WALNUT Reg. 49.95 Warehouse Price 39 ,95 GE VACUUM CLEANER Rea. 84.95 Warehouse Price Canister Type ZENITH VACUUM CLEANER Reg. 59.95 Warehouse Price HOSTESS CHAIRS Reg. 19.95 Warehouse Price 12 ,95 CHESTERFIELDS and CHAIRS 2 PIECE SECTIONAL SUITE 299'95 Reg. 399.95 Warehouse Price CHESTERFIELD AND CHAIR Floral Cover Reg. 229.50 Warehouse Price 139 ,95 LOUNGE AND PLATFORM ROCKER Reg. 229.95 Warehouse Price 159 95 4 SEATER SOFA AND CHAIR Reg. 269.95. Warehouse Price 189 ,95 HIDE-A-BED Bed-By-Nite-Chesterfield By Day Reg. 229.95. Warehouse Price CHESTERFIELD AND CHAIR FRENCH PROVINCIAL Reg. 449.95. Warehouse Price 299 RECLINERS Reg. 89.95. Warehouse Price 59 ,95 PLATFORM ROCKERS Assorted .Colors Reg. 69.95 M Q OR Warehouse Price BUNK BEDS 36" Burton Top Mattresses Reg. 144.95 if Warehouse Price ___________109' WAGON WHEEL DESIGN 139 Reg. 169.95 Warehouse Price 95 WAGON WHEEL DESIGN Posture Boards Reg. 199.95 Warehouse Price 169'95 MARSHALL WELLS 204 8th Street South ACROSS ROM BENY'S MAIN SHOW ROOM Phone 328-3544 MATTRESSES and BOX SPRINGS Health-0-Matic-Mattress and Box Spring 99-95 Reg. 199.90 per set Warehouse Price RESTONIC ENCHANTED SLEEP Warehouse Price per set........ 79 ,95 SPACE-SAVER LOUNGE 64 Warehouse Price THURSDAY 9 A.M. 9 P.M. FRIDAY 9 A.M.- 9 P.M. SATURDAY 9 A.M. 9 P.M. MANY MORE ITEMS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION FREE COFFEE 10 CU. FT REFRIGERATOR White-Avacado-Gold Reg. 229.95 Warehouse Price 188 EASY SPIN DRY WASHER 198'8 Reg. 229.95 ___ Warehouse Price CHINA CABINET Reg. 54.95 Warehouse Price 44.95 RECORD CABINET Reg. 24.95 Warehouse Price 18 UNFINISHED FURNITURE 9 DRAWER DRESSER Reg. 49.95 Warehouse Price 5 DRAWER CHEST Reg. 34.95 Warehouse Price 24.95 4 DAWER CHEST Reg. 27.95 Warehouse Price 19 ,95 BEDROOM SUITE 3-piece walnut includes dresser, mirror, chest and panel bed, Reg. 129.95. Warehouse Price BEDROOM SUITE Iresse 109 3-piece walnut includes larger dresser, mirror, chest and panel bed. Reg. 169.95. if AA OR Warehouse Price ;