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Medicine Hat Daily News (Newspaper) - April 21, 1949, Medicine Hat, Alberta Thursday april 21, 1949the Medicine hat news Page three my Falls made for y j j. Service work of the , in Midi civic Hal is a a Paiuline i rapidly Vith Inori Iluigi lot iut a Pat limits Adivi Iund to Ului i iii the months of Kobr uary and Marci. This is Sii Wii in Llic to int Lor the two months just it Tiu local . Nurs a mrs. Virna Mccrory. In fcb iary 3 i Caius wore in ado new families Adini ted to care Nizic inf it a Tola of 50 new patients. In a March it was 4f7 Calls a if new lain Ilion admitted and Tih new a patients attended. Tile a . Was Dsollie recipient of Many Fine donations in the a i Ioil Accordini to mrs. .1. L. Wyatt chairman of the publicity committee i Ite kiwanis club donated a rubber Nuil press for the use of the Community. Special film show on cancer tonight a special Public film show will b i Kiven in the Library auditorium to Nii jul in the interests of the cancer society. The show starts at of clock a Ifil is on to All. Chairman will be Aid. I. S. Hawthorne a director of the provincial Council of the Canadian cancer society As isted by mrs. Dave Ballyk chairman of the local Cani pain now in Progress. Durin the intermission mrs. Verna Mctory a . Nurse will outline the cancer Dressin i service provided in Medicine hat. The films to be shown Are very interesting. Tile Ida Kealy chapter of the . Five a Complete Hosi ital bed and mattress the Cai t. We. Parker chapter of the . Contributed a . And Beans Vin. Burns Chili con Carne in Burns Spork per tin. Marjarine 1 la. Pkg a Honey no. 1 �1 Alta., 8 la tin. 1 teaches Choice Quality per tin. 23�= 42 45� l49 2s� plums Choice Ali laity per a in. Tomatoes Choice Quality 28 of. Tins Peanut butter homogenize cd 12 07 Jar. Coffee Blue ribbon per la. Coffee red Rose per la 60� 6@c House cleaning needs Glass Wax 6 of. Bottle. Pol Flor Wax a with Coupon la. Or Eft giant pkg. Brooms 6-Slring, each. .4�<= 79c 1.25 Swift s Cleanser 3 tins for. Old dutch Cleanser 2 tins Shano window cleaner bottle. Aero floor Wax 1 la. Vin. 26� 34� 28� fruits and vegetables lettuce Arizona trimmed per la. Ripe tomatoes per la. Cabbage Green and Crisp per la. Onion sets per la. Rar cd 30� 29� a a a 20 18� celery Calif. Crisp la. Carrots washed Der la. Harry minor was Western builder when he came to Western Canada in 1900, As a Young Man of 19, Haruji Garfield minor would hardly realize that he was destined to become one of the really famous cattlemen of the Short grass country and a Pioneer who would contribute much to the up building of the Medicine hat to Maple Creek District As a Rich ranching Region. 5 la. Pkt. Presto Fertz Slizer. 37�.50 if oranges size 2s8s, dozen. 35c size 2s2s, dozen .45c size 220s, dozen. 55c meat counter beef pork fowl Bacon Ham sausage fish a Home rendered it beef dripping of lard per la per la. B we have again added lockers and now have a limited number to rent. Get ours now. Free delivery the life which ended in Medicine hat last sunday april 17, completed another in the building Olllie history of Southeastern Alberta and brought genuine regrets to a Large family connection and Circle of friends. For Harry g. Minor not Only made a Fortune Liy hard work and from a Small beginning but his endeavours added to the glory of the West and he materially assisted Many another Young Man to achieve a goal of Independence. Typical of the spirit of the Man was an experience which occurred in the Winter blizzard of 1905. With a brother John Harry was then building up the Stock of his first ranch near tie great Sand Hills East of Fox Valley sask a devastating Prairie lire had swept the Region in the late fall. During Iho Winter the blizzard the cattle to Drift to this burned Over Section which was naturally bereft of grass. John and Harry started out to Rescue their Herd carrying Only a Light lunch sufficient for two meals. They found the Herd 75 Miles from Home and it took them three and two nights in 35 below Zero weather to get the beasts Back to tiie ranch and safety. Brother took sick John took sick on tiie return drive As a result of the meagre Frozen food and Harry completed the trek Back to Sand Hills aiding his brother and driving the cattle. This is but one of several similar encounters with the elements Back in the Days before the Prairies were fenced. Born on june 15, 1881, at Titwood Kansas Han it minor was working for a brother Joseph at Hyannis Nebraska in 1900 when a decision was made that he should come to Canada and Check the activities of John who was doing some cattle buying for Joe. To arrived at Maple Creek Assiniboia during a september snowstorm to join Joe who came into the territory the preceding year 1899. Or. Minors worldly possessions at the time included?1,700 m Gold which he carried in a Money Belt we iii weighed him Down and which attracted the attention of one of his first friends made in Maple Creek John Dixon. The father of or. H. C. Dixon of Medicine hat was operating the general store in Maple Creek and offered to Pul tie Money for safekeeping in the Safe at the store. John and Harry minor spent the Winter in Maple Creek and in the summer of 1901 decided to locate for themselves in the ranching business. They bought a property near Sand Hills and built it into one of the largest of the Region Over a Quarter of a Century. The partnership was dissolved in 1925. Down through the years the Brothers were in Many enterprises. An Early Purchase was a 1,000-acre farm near Abbey sask., which Harry operated while John carried on the ranch. The subject of this sketch also operated the minor hardware and Metal co., from 1916 to 1941 the Medicine hat Ranchi now owned by George Murray from 1925-27, and the Black Eagle ranch now owned by Perry a. Yeast South of Medicine hat. Got drowning Ford in the Spring of 1928 Harry purchased the drowning Ford ranch North of Medicine hat formerly run by Dan Newton. Tins ranch was developed into one of the finest in Western Canada during the period 1928-41 in 1941 it was taken Over by the military authorities who paid $57,000 for the holding to include it in what is now known As the British Block. Minor bros., Harry and John acquired the Cruikshank ranch 150,-000 acres North of Rush Lake sask., in 1934, and operated in until 1947 when Harry took Oer the entire interest. It was sold to his son Perry a. Minor in March of this year. Harry also operated ranching interests in the Rainier Brooks and Tilley areas since the late 1930�?Ts, and farming interests near Piapot sask., from 1922 to 1946. Another ranching interest was the Kirkaldie ranch in the Litho Sand Hills on the Saskatchewan River Northeast of Abbey. It was operated by Harry and John until 1931 when it was turned Over to another brother Doc. After Dodes death in 1937 the Kirkaldie reverted to the two older Brothers until it was disposed of in 1945. Minor Bros also operated an extensive feedlot at Moose jaw in the period from 1935 to 1942. Many a Young Man came to Harry minor for advice when starting out in life and went away with sound practical ideas that were based on a life thine of wide experience in Western Canada. Financial assistance to thi extent of tons of thousands of dollars was Given Many a Young rancher Farmer and businessman of Alberta and Saskatchewan by the deceased. Moved to hat in 1918 Harry minor moved to Medicine hat and purchased the Home at 38 let Quot ourth st. . Where he resided to his death. He leaves a Host of friends who will Rome Lier him As one of a Western Empire builders whose contributions to his country a welfare Are measured in Large terms both Tanfil be and intangible he was the second to last survivor of a family of six being survived by John f. Minor now living at Abbey sask. Those who predeceased him were mrs. Ann Forbes Joseph h. Minor mrs. Hannah Abbot All of n Braska and Theodore Dode minor. He was mail ried in oven bar 1906, to Lillian Rose yeast of Hyannis Nebraska who died in january 1919, As a result of the flu epidemic. In june 1925, he Nisi Riei the present mrs. Minor formerly in Lora Hollopeter who with a family of four Are the immediate survivors. Thi children Are Edna Mae mrs. Myri Smith Medicine hat Perry a. Minor. Medicine Hal Ruth Ann mrs. Pliny Moodie West Point Nebraska Lillian Floretta mrs. We. Clark paper Alta. Funeral services wire Licud in st. Johns presbyterian a Quirch yesterday wednesday afternoon the Large display of Floral offerings testifying to the High esteem in which Harry minor had been held. Rev. R. L. Taylor conducted the services and the hymns selected were a Rock of Ages and a ooh love that will not let me go. A male quartet comprising James Barrie Donald Kemball r. E. Forde and Jerry Connelly Sang christians goodnight. Mizpah Lodge no. 35, . And a.m., attended in a body and the officers conducted the last rites for a departed Brot Iier at the graveside. The honorary pallbearers were messes. Arthur p. Burns Lack Higdon Robert c. Black Thomas Hargrave p. E. Volway Thomas Murray Maurice Stone and r. A. H. Lacey. Active pallbearers were mess s. Harry Ili grave Hargrave Mitchell Cave Starling William Rutherford Larry Laidlaw and minor Murray. Interment was made in the family plot of Hillside cemetery. Tomm s0�op Choice Trae by aft of a if of greyhound announce change of schedule effective april 22 Between Macleod and Regina for information on fares Ond Sci Edul see your local agent. Norman Waif named to teacher Board Edmon Tajn up Edmonton school teachers Marian Gimby has been elected vice president of the Alberta teachers ass filiation succeeding a. J. Aii Iborg of rive course. The new slate of officers for Llie . Was elected i a a mail ballot yesterday in Wlinich 6,000 Alberta teachers voted. President of tie . For 1949 is f. J. G. Seymour Cal Ary ail past president is e. T. Wiggins Didsbury. Eric c. Ansley i Dmont ii. Is tineral Secretary treasurer. District representatives Elee. 1���k��ds of steals Bowling tonight playoff to break a tie for the Central recreations trophy is to be decided tonight starting at 7 30 Sharp. The teams tied Are Archie s Kadio winners of the first half and Hills service second half winners. The two Luiis Are evenly match ii and some keen Bowling should be on tapis. The menus Bowling smoker is planned for monday april 25. De to the executive Aie hairy a War peace River a. A. Allan red Deer Marguerite i Spieri let Kibridge Norman wait Medicine hat and nne Cai Michael Edmonton. Handy tube 35 Coho my sizes 75 $1.50 Ovick Rulh of headaches neuralgia rheumatic pain and coins at Boylan s drug store better with 6� your family deserves Aylmer Quality Cooks in Only 7 minutes Teho to lower prices Are Here right Here at Graham so and what s More they re Here to Stoy. You la be Able to buy these foods at these prices today tomorrow a and next week too. We Don t believe in misleading weekend we believe in making every Price a Low Price because in our Book that s the Only Way to play fair and Square with customers a the Only Vay to make their shopping easier and really economical. Wagstaff s pure priced to Clear 4 11. Tin. Raspberry Jai Dill pickles Tomato juice 2rr, pork amp Beans k a Rry a Quot a Quot Quot 2 re 45 peas it mighty i it Iunus Noil fancy 20 of. Lists tor 37 Fea Niit butter. Of. Tumbler 29 69c 2 ,. 27c imm a red and Blue Label beef rolled pot roast la. 45c Rump roast any Cut la. S6c re roast Short Cut in. Round Bone roast . 43c Chuck roast no waste la. 46c Smo sced shoulders picnic style so. �4sc Ham Shanks for boiling in. 39c Bologna rings fresh. In. 3/c Side Bacon Swift s v2 . Abc a a butter 1st Gide matches Eddy s Redbird 2 lbs. 43c la. 6�c la. 43c pkg. 79c Jor 75c pkg. -l3c in. Tin 2bc our own 5lehd�? fresh or ounce Kib. Estabr Toiv s Sion Dard blend Loui i Puiul let. Soffee amp san or a a &Quot.61 s Coffee Maxw i House la. ©1 Coffee for Garry in. W h Tea . Mongo re a. 99 Tea fort Garry yellow us a a a. 85� Tea bags fori a Girry Loos. Rent our Eloc i in floor Polis her for your sprint cleaning. Halt Day 50c. Whole Day $1.00
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