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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Lions offer un Mr. and Mrs. Hartley Upham 'Pass barber Upham and wife are honored By VEItN DF.COUX Crowsncsl Pass Bureau HLAIHMORE Mr. and Mrs. Hurtlcy Uphpm of Blair- more marked their 50th wed- ding anniversary recently and for the happy occasion many of their close friends called to wish them well at an open house. They were presented with gifls and flowers. Dick Harper of Blairmorc gave a resume of their lives and proposed a toast lo their well-being. Mr. Upham, better known lo all in the 'Pass as Hartley, was born in Truro, N.S., in 1898 and came west to Blair- more in 1021. His wife Gladys was born in Nottingham, Eng- land, in 1902 and she came to Blairmore in August, 1910. They were married In the Blairmore United Church by the laic Rev. Waller Young Aug. 30, 192Z. Air. Upham opened a barber shop In Blairmore in 1921 and successfully operated the busi- ness until his retirement in 1969. Fond of animals, they die much horseback riding anc raised Boston Bull terriers for 12 years and cocker spaniels for five years. Mrs. Upham has been very active with the United Churcl Women and for many years taught CGIT classes and also vacation school. Now retired, Mr. Upham. has turned his interest to garden ing and is keenly interested in his many varieties of flowers. Mrs. Upham is very adept a crocheting, quilt-mating and other hand-work. Mrs. Twitchen, Mrs. Eniis, Mrs. Mack Women back hospital By MARY TY5IBUP.SKI Herald News Service COALDALE Through the generosity of citizens of the community, the Coaldale Com- munity Hospital Women's Aux- Miss Fontana showered ivith gifts NATAL (HNS) A shower was lield in St. Michael's Hall at Sparwood recently in honor of Miss Lorraine Fontana daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fontana of Elk Valley. She was escorted inlo Uie hall by her sister, Miss June Fon tana of Elk Valley, and also Miss Carol Runyans of Fernie. They later assisted in opening of Ihe gills. The guest book was attended by Miss Sherri Peters, Miss Christine Peters and Miss No- reen Peters, all cousins of the bride-to-be. Lunch was served by the hos- tesses. Mis_s Fontana will exchange marriage vows with Ron Kordi- kowski, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Kordikowski of Elk Valley. liary received a donation of O at its recent meeting. Making the presentation were VIrs. Jack Twitchen, Mrs. Peter nns and Mrs. Peter Mack. The money was the net pro- ceeds from the noon luncheon .hey held on Coaldale Settlers' Days at the Coaldale Fire Hall. The local fire department do- nated the use of the hall. 300 SUNGLASSES lo choose from AVAILABLE IK YOUR RX Mrs. James Farr, auxiliary accepted the dona ion. The auxiliary recently gav Lhe hospital the funds for chair and chesterfield, a neu set, hot water and sewing new drapes. Proceeds from the Nov. fall bazaar will go twards oper aling room equipment. Items lor the bazaar an bake tables will be greatly a predated. Christmas fruit cakes will b a specialty, home-baked by tl members. Anyone wishing place an order is requested contact Mrs. Farr. Tickets will go on sale shor ly lor three prizes which wi be awarded al the tea. Fir; prize will be a double bed quill second, a Christmas cake; an third, a crochet doily set. LDS SPEAKER Henry D. Taylor, an assistant la the Council of Twelve ol the LDS Church .will at the Tabcr Stake Conference Sat- urday and Sunday, Sept. 23 and ID Taber. lie was a Provo, Utah, businessman be- fore undertaking his lull-lime church position in 1958. He also Is a former California mission president. He served as managing director of the church's welfare program for 13 years. The conference ses- sion Hill be held Sunday at 10 a.m. at 50th Avc. and 47Ih St. Stake president Kenneth P. Anderson says visitors are welcome. COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) he annual Colcman Lions and. urling Club carnival will be eld in Ihe Coleman arena this eekend and entertainment uarantccd to please has been Tanged. Regular games ol chance will held. A children's car ride T liny lots is being set up. Prizes have been arranged ind the clubs are raffling a 550 oney blanket and a nylon net oodle. Proceeds from the function re to be used by the clubs lor arious community projects. Doors are open at 7 olclock >oth nights. Frirfoy, 197] _ THE HRAID 3 Criminal negligence charge faced CRANBHOOK (Special) Alan McDonald, 22, of D Roche, B.C., has been charged with criminal negligence in Ihe recent dcaUi near Fort Steele of William Fleury, 43, a Mani- toba railway worker employed in the area. He appeared in court and was remanded lo Sept. 25. He was released on bail of Though the incident occurred the evening of opening of the hunting season on migratory birds it is not classified as a hunting mishap. It apparently occurred in the vicinity of a railway work train housing a crew ol railway track- workers well away from the Fort Steele Historic Park site. NOTICE FEED BRAIN MARKETING INFORMATION EXCHANGE Commencing August 1st, 1972, the Alberta Grain Commission will begin operation of an Alberta Feed Grain Marketing Information Exchange, The Exchange will provide a communications channel between sellers and buyers, and will consist of e co-ordinating cenlre at Calgary and stations throughout, the province with the following telephone numbers: Stations; Lrthbrtdge 328-7721 Calgary 269-1351 Before calling the nearest station both the prospective seller and buyer should be prepared to supply the following information: kind of grain, bushels available or required, lest weight per bushel end the moisture content of grain. The station passes the Information lo ill local potential buyers ind If neceswry, buyers In other districts. exchange Is not responsible for further arrangements once Initial contact has been made between the two parties. J. Channon, Chairman Alberta Grain Commission 2nd Floor, Agriculture Building, Edmonton I GOVEflNt.EMT OF WINS AWARD T a n 1 s Stutsman of Raymond has won the Raymond Municipal Hospital Auxiliary scholar- sip of SW. Mrs. Brandon auxiliary president, said the award is to a student en- tering the nursing field- Miss Stutsman will study at Havre, Mont. WIN HUMANE ASSOCIATION AWARDS For their actions al o swimming mishap at Burmis lake July 18, 1971, 1hese four 'Pass citizens receive awards from Ihe Royal Canadian Humane Association. Lefl lo right are John Holmej, Mrs. John (Arlene) Holmes, Mrs. Larry (Deborah) Hotrod ond Lorry Hostad. Mayor Jim Fisher of Bellevue presents the awards. Mrs. Holmes received a bronze medal and the others received certificatei. Miss Natasha Elizabeth Mallock, 15, of Sparwood, B.C., visit- ing her grandparenls in Bellevue, wbs drowned In tha mishap. Miss Matlock was on a raft with three other friends on Burmis Lake and they began to swim lo shore when one of Ihe party got in trouble in the water -and Ihe others made attempts lo assist. The three others in the party were laken to the Crowsnesr Pass Municipal hospital al Blairmore for Ireatment of shock and water inhalation. Decoux Photo i j r T, Roundup of J Fill cisterns COALDALE (PINS) It Is town policy lo fill old cisterns with earth upon request. Don't leave, SAM NATAL, B.C. (HNS) Fernie council has protested reschedul- ing of SAM the car crusher out of the East Koolenay before he paid his visit to Fernie. SAM is coming back later this fall. Council advised Jack White, head of a committee promoting clearing up of HTecked cars for McGrath visits Taber TABEll Dennis J. Mc- Grath, regional officer for the federal department of industry, trade and commerce, was irj Taber recently to meet with In- dustrial co-orUinator Roscoe F. Gibb and industrial develop- ment committee vice chair- man H. George Meyer. Mr. McGrath, who resides in Edmonton, is a relative new- comer to the department, and also has a connection with the department of regional econo- mic expansion (DREE) grants, in which the Taber area is vit- ally interested at present, since North American Integrated Food Processors has made ap- plication for such a grant to es- tablish a hog processing plant in Taber. Mr. McGrath explained the main purpose of his visit was that it was part of a lour of the province. the board of Lrade, that at the time the trip through the East Kootcnay was rescheduled the 50 cars required lor SAM were not at the Hosmer dumping ground. But more than 50 now are on hand and SAM'S directors had not been advised that the nuin- lier of cars was short. Need trustee COALDALE (HNS) Nomi- nations for school trustee for the Roman Catholic separate school district to represent the towTi of Coaldale area will' be accepted from 10 a.m. to 12 noon, Wednesday, Sept. 20, at the Coaldale town office by Htrb Fletcher, returning officer. The vacancy arose with the resignation of Al Foder Enrolment dips HIGH RIVER The school year is almost two weeks old and by comparative figures, the overall enrolment in the Foot- hills school division is down by 36 pupils. There were pupils in the division last year compared to this year. Wayfarers club COALDALE (HNS) The Coaldale Wayfarers Girls Club vill resume activities at i.m. Monday, Sept. 18, in the ;oaldale Mennonite Conference Church lower auditorium. All girls aged 9 to 12 of any eligious denomination are wel- come to attend. A barbecue will be held fo mark the opening. Trees killed along road to Muuro Lake SPARWOOD (HNS) The department of highways will be asked to renew its policy on lerbicides. Directors were concerned to hear (hat herbicides were used :his year along Ihe road to T'linro Lake, leaving dead arxj dying foliage. FOR COMPLETE BOOK PUBLISHING CONTACT The Utlibridgc Herald PRINTING AND LITHOGRAPHY DIVISION PHONE 327-3203 or 328-4411 COALDALE The Barons- Eurcka Health Unit is sponsor- ing the following infant anrt pre- school clinics: ENCHANT: Tuesday, Sept. 19, in the school from 1 to 3 p.m. TABHD. Tuesday, Sept. 19, in the Health Unit Office in Ilie Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and lo 4 p.m. COAIJMLK: Thursday, Sept. 21, in the Health Unit Office (upstairs in the Town Ollice Building) from 10 a.m. (o 12 noon and lo 4 p.m. TABEll: Thursday, Sept. 21, in the Health Unit Office in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. la 12 noon and to p.m. BARONS: Friday, Sept. 22, in the school from to p.m. For social service appoint- ments telephone: Coaldale 345- 3388; or Taber 223-3911. Dr. G. R. C. Palmer, medi- cal officer of health, urges par- ents to ensure their children arc fully protected against con- tagious disease and tooth de- cay. Information on venereal disease, a mounting health prob- lem, is readily available and Is fully confidential. TABER SHARP-SHOOTERS Howard Fenton, left, and Simon Martholter, centre, of the Taber Moose Lodge won the learn evenl in recent horse-shoe playoffs at the Paul Reri form neor town. Presenting the trophiei Is Jack Bray, sports director for rhe Medicine Hat lodge. Four southern Alberta lodges were involved, Fenlon and Mar- Ihaller were- unbeatable in the seven-game tourney. Ross Gibb Photo VENTURA HOTEL COALDALE, ALBERTA PresenH for your enjoyment TONIGHT AND SATURDAY NIGHTI "NIGHT RIDERS" to p.m. nnvly and fully Honsedl DISTTUID, KED WTO BOTTU-D H BOND WOES SUPERVISION OF THE OWunl MYtRNWHT Sip the light fantastic: Three Feathers. Onrf Tnrei Futon bFcnJi light year oU with smooth mellow right jea old. Jon tfo Bjht brigade. 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