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Claresholm Local Press 1965-01-07 - 1967-06-29
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Claresholm Local Press 1965-01-07 - 1967-06-29
Claresholm Local Press 1965-01-07 - 1967-06-29
8 CLARESHOLM LOCAL PRESS, THURSDAY, FEB. 24, VARSITY GUEST WEEKEND Sixteen local young people nam, Judy Cornish, Bev- attended varsity guest week- ly Merchant, Clifford and end at the University of Al- Dile Waddell, Peggy Fergu at son, Ronald Bertrand, Douglas berta, Edmonton, eld last Camp, Susan and Gail Dixson, weekend. They were: Michelle Dwight Seward, Brian Gau- Doyle, Lee Ann Toone, Jean dette, Bill Miller: DODD DODDS ELECTRIC 20th Anniversary Sale Ends Saturday Closing Specials Records Regular 2.98, cy ee Regular 1.98, * 97 HAHN CONCRETE Ltd. READY-MIX CONCRETE LARGE OR SMALL ORDERS rived Around Town Rev R-A-Matefica Oscar Michalovsky atten the 3ist convention of the a berta-British Columbia dis- trict of the Lutheran Church- Missouri Synod ast week. The conventior wag held at the Highlander Hotel in Calgary from Monday evening through Thursday afternoon. Mrs, John Wilbor has learned her granddaughter, Carol Huddle, student nurse at Jub- ilee Hospital, Victoria, just received her cap, Carol is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wil BC; liam Huddle, Kimberley, . . . lla Mae Hinckley, proprietor of the Glamour Bar Beauty Sal- on and her staff Kathy Suli- van and Mary Rose Berringer, attended the festival of bea- uty at the Calgary Inn over the weekend, 7 6 and Mrs, Albert. Soren- son, Ber n, spent the week- end with their son-in-law daughter Mr. and Mrs. Tim Burton en route home after spending five weeks in Florida au. Mr. * * . Hugh Taylor, Edmonton, ar- to visit his nd sister, Mr. Carman Wallace, brothei and M until Sunda; Oriental Symbol the pupils Jean and. Arnold Waack Music Exam Results Following are the results of the piano students of Jean Waack jin the January exams held by the Toronto Conserva- tory of Music in Lethbridge and Calgary. Grade One honours, Penny Vinnell; Grade Two- honours, Lorna-Jean Slovak; Grade Two honours, Cheryl Boyer; Grade Three honours, Nancy Camer on; Grade Four pass, Bar- bara Brown; Grade Four pass, Kathryn Graham; Grade Five Donald Bur; Grade Six first class honours, Lorrene Fessler; Grade Seven pass, Joanne Steele; Grade Seven honours, Susan Cornish; History Three (Grade Nine history), pass, Linda Berg. Lorrene Fessler received the second highest mark for her ade of all the students in Cal- ga and district in the Jan- uary examinations. Following are the results of of Arnold Waack (AMUA) in the recent January exams. held by the Toronto Con servatory of Music in Leth: br Lodge Visitors * - Distinguished visitors were received by the local chapter, z Grade One Theory (first class honours), Blake Boulton; Grade Two Theory (honours), Naomi Howard; Grade Two Theory (pass), Dale Waddell; Grade Three Harmony (first class honours), Judy Cornish; Grade Six Pianoforte (pass) Carol Johnson; Grade Ten Pianoforte -Final (pass), Beverley Buch- anan. Judy Cornish made the high- est mark of the Southern Alberta candidates in Grade I Har- mony. The harmony course which. usually takes a year to master was done by Judy in half a year which makes her mark all the more outstanding. Valentine Tea A hall bedecked in Valen- tines, cupids and flowers was a fitting setting for Saturday's CGIT Valentine tea held in the United Church banquet room. A good crowd of young and old enjoyed the fish pond and candy table. Many crafts made by the CGIT members were for sale along with a bounteous array of baked goods which quickly disappeared, Tea pourers for the after- noon were: Mrs, O. Seward, Mrs. J... Gray, Mrs. J. Davies Annual Meeting Of Foothills Presbyterial The second annual meeting of the Foothills Presbyterial United Church Women was held February 21 at Riverview Unitted Church, Calgary, with about 65 -present.. The theme for th session was How can I go without my brother and Being knit together in love. Mrs. Mary Bailey of Okotoks presided over the meeting. The morning devotional was given by Gladys UCW and was fol- lowed by an talk Mr. G.A. Thompson Awarded Twenty Year Elevator Master; Merit Certificate Mr. G, Thom Pioneer Grain Co, Ltd. at Clares- by holm, Alta., a Twenty Year Plevator Master Merit aw is granted by Affiliated Inspec- tion Bureau Limited in recogni- tion of proficiency in the care of grain elevator premises to earn this, an elevator agent must have a perfect record for twenty consecutive years. Inspections of all elevators, flour and feed mills and other grain of the storage buildings are carried out Affiliated Inspection Limited which has, ie the past-32 years, majored in th ection of such properties. The Bureau's inspection service is acknowledged as being ex- tremely thorough and wee . and Winning the award is as an outstanding achievement oy the grain trade and fire pre- vention authorities throughout Canada, has been awarded Bu Certificate. This entitled Christian Mission in action by Mrs. C, Wes. John. ston who s conference secre- tary of citizenship and social action. The High River UCW prepared a lovely memorial service. The afternoon deyo- tional was presented by the Claresholm UCW with Mrs, H. Gray, Mrs. J. Chilton and Mrs, D.* Mouser taking part. Mrs. W. Coulton of Longview gave an inspiring address concern- ing the Work she and her hus- band do with the Indians: at Eden Valley. The offering was sent to Rev. and Mrs. Findley, missionaries in Korea, The following slate of of- ficers was af by Rev. Dr. L.R. Anderson CHIROPRACTOR New Location HODGSON MEDICAL CLINIC CLARESHOLM TELEPHONE 235-3737 Reikie, president of the Foot- hills Presbytery. President, Mrs. Mary Bailey; vice-presi- dents, Mrs. Kewly of Banff, UNIVERSITY OF-ALBERTA AT CALGARY. e Town or Country HEATED CONCRETE. FOR WINTER USE If it s Concrete we can do it at WE WILL COME AND SEE YOUR JOBS PHONE 235-3717 RESIDENCE 235-3109 0005000000000 0b 0000S OOS O OSE EOOEEOSOEPOOELS OES; at the meeting in the and Mrs. G. Goslin. The tea Mrs. H.-Shiervof Cayley, Mrs. At Foothills Masonic Temple Thursday as carefully planned by Mrs. Murdock of Crossfield, Mrs. H. Summer Session Pri ogramme : evening. Present were Mrs. R. Mayled and the girls. Mrs. Grice of Lyalta, Mrs. N. . P ?Mary Ellis, Brooks, worthy K, Donaldson and Mrs. S. - Charyk of Exshaw: recorsing t eI a ge grand matron of Alberta, and Weatherhead lent able assist- secretary, Mrs: A. Humphrey t DEADLINES - Pp meat William Robertson, Banff, ance. Twenty-five CGIT mem- High Rivor; Application for Admission from new a ' ae emda theme: Japan was SOY grand patron WisHors bers in full uniform catered, retary, Mrs. T. Sandamantee students April 1, 1966. 2 the country represented at the Wyre. Gejpmescnt from) High served and graciously sold Okotoks; treasurer, Mrs. Last day for registration April 30, 1966. birthday, party held dor 16 Tver Okotoks and/Calgary: bipolar Seer es Coa coare seca Sar aa a eis i sr ace Philosophy x Others tn Xe - pecial programmes include the Summer Ins o y member's of Foothill Rebekah jeeeeeeeecee : St Committee Gere gente, 2S and courses in Mexico, Kananaskis Research Station and Italy. Srila Lodge No 105 . committee secretaries includ- The Summer Session Calendar and brochures may be obtained Over 2 honored had bir ed Mrs. .D. Mouser of Clares- by writing to: quet and lary and Februney : . holm. Attending from Clares- Simener Session Pr. Sa the Clare Following the business e hoim-were Mrs, L. V Bassett, Division of Continuing Education Associatic meeting of the ledge February Mrs. H. Gray,-Mrs.-J. Chilton, Sea alberta aera) pater He Chuclowas 15 all members adjotirned to S THE INCREASED COST OF LIVING Mrs, R. Botheras and Mrs. D, Mrs. Hoa the Rec. hall for the birthday e : A. Mouser, Tetephoning 282-0324 wonderful ei s Place cards were little ' ing of th parasols and other decorations Rev. H. included: Fans, chop sticks olr mea Preside mandarin oranges, incense, e : balloons, flowers, Japanese flag, Saturday evening Feb. 19, Will C kK Fi id ti peantiil hank oled scoper: 2 HOMO FROM YOUR -DRIVER the Collegaires a 30-voice iow Ureek roundation i pictures of a Japanese lady and IN -GALLON GLASS JUGS. choir from the Northwest 01 ; man... Mrs. Joseph Heward Bible College in Edmonton, B I Sh t Plan to Attend gave a short sketch of the oF 3 presented an evening of sacred alance ee t country and people. A delicious i ONLY music in Claresholm Pente- a Si z lunch with the. usual birthday * costal -Tabernacle. Besides As at December 31st, 1965 a Claresholm s cake was served by the com- the choir numbers were vocal ASSETS arc * mittee in-charge - solos, duets, trios, h brass trio caopenees That Ed B e i Current Assets a i a During the buiness meeting. and the Men of Song male x +s 23.82 and Edna . 1S ame Eric Ekensteen, PNG of Foot- quartet. The choir was under Gasfein the Banic ae p halcncns : hills No. 18 Oddfellows, the direction of E. Sheddon.. aoe 400. Dears reasury Branch 3,960.45 Claresholm, and member of ae 0. Creamery There were many pr sent from aventcrys ener eee 112211 junction o Silver Leaf Rebekah lodge, No. the surrounding churches of Government of Canada Bonds 4,000.00 the Me: ee e a n ado lt; 99, Stavely, was admitted to teeceeee saeee Vulcan, Coalhurst, Lethbridge Unexpired Insurance - 241.11 multiple No. 105 by transfer. Coaldale and Pincher Creek, orrha; a mab The choir divided into small- - ta Curent Assets: --..---------- ete SEARS - : : 7 er groups and ministered. in Building Macleod Pioneer Lodge 166,072.30 whic 7:00 p.m. The Chinook Health Unit the aforenamed churches Furnishings and Equipment 36,763.61 a Je Ge 2 - i orga WILL HOLD A Sunday morning, coming to- ee Ba verdi : Well Bab Clinic gether for another sacred con- cl : atur a slept ' y cert Sunday evening in the LIABILITIES Jury inquil y y e . Bu sHome Here MARCH 1, FORT MACLEOD ' Lethbridge Pentecostal Taber- Accounts Payable . 2,681.74 and) cause rod + Health Unit ee 1:30 - 3:30 p.m. ( nacle. The ladies of the WMC Prepaid Municipal. Requisitions 247.00 and. Mrs, . : MARCH 2, PINCHER CREEK : dict attach ' FLYING N RESTAURANT ) Fred Norgard has purchased Health Unit Office 10/30 - 11:30 a.m. 1:30-3:30 pm, 2nd the Gleaners of Clares- 2,928.74 aren 5 Mrs. Estelle Morris home at ARCH Cc HOLM AS holm Pentecostal Tabernacle Capital: i for thi 252 51 Ave. E, and takes pos- Elementary School 4:30 . 3:30 p.m. served a delicious hot meal is aaraeh 2 The Mc us A session in May. Mrs. Morris, MARCH 2, SONS B ech Fag rea to the choir in the church hall aa an es oo highway by laresholm Pharmac ), tuture: plans /are indefinite, MARGH COLEMAN - pm Saturday evening. Capital Investment 1965 437.57 z road, colli Mr. Norgard has sold his Miner s Hall 10:30 - 11:30 a.m. 1:30 - 3:30 p.m. 5 : 201,509.87 trailer tru ) half-section farm five miles MARCH 9, PINCHER CREEK N pea Sut 202,023.87 pee neee aa? ate 2 Health Unit Office 10:30 - 11:30 a.m. 1:30 - 3:30 p.m. . Duke Ferguson Hortneast of town to Stanley y,q saith, Unit Omtes, P onagenar lan Operating Surpius at : The coro S * amb. Mr. and Mrs Norgard Health Unit Office 10:30 - 11:30 a.m. 1:30 - 3:30 p.m. . 31, 1964 ---.-------- 6,202.94 .: ish conduct The Rexall Store have lived on the farm 18 MARCH 11, HILLCREST Mrs. Jane Bold, aged 93, saint aa : council chi : : years: Credit Union Office. 10:30 -11:30 a.m. passed away Feb. 14 in Willow 1965 Requisition (4 mill) 5,524.29 a - CLARESHOLM PHONE 235-3050 MARCH 11, BELLEVUE rs Beek Citek Claresholin Auxillacy Aine 41,727.23 el ure 1 own * 3: IT. 4 hanan : . MARCH 14, STAVELY er Hospital. Her daughter, Mrs. Deficit in 1965 Operations 2,096.22 Swanson, 7 ' Home Ec. Room 1:30 - 3:30 p.m. Mary Spinks, is a patient in ; . 9,631.01 rin Hart, 7 u ospl MARCH 15, FORT MACLEOD the same hospital. The re- y Health Unit Office 1:30 - 3:30 p.m. mains were shipped to Kel- 214,583.62 Chartrand. A Weekly . MARCH 16, PINCHER CREEK a questioning Mr. and Mrs, E. A. Grigor Health Unit Office - 10:30 - 11:30 a.m. 1:30 - 3:30 pm, Vinston, Sask., for services and Stat: t of R d Expendi Cox. ain motored to Calgary Friday MARCH 17, CLARESHOLM: burial. SE Onno een aan penditure . and brought their-son Doug, vi better ' 1:30 - 3:30 p.m. For the Year Ended Dec. 31, 1965 First witne home from the children s hos- 3 eee : REVENUE Zest Tole z aniline itriwhereilisibas High School Lunch Room 1:30 - 3:30 p.m. OAVE Notes Gacst sean reeey Coaxes eS . Laie firs si ond- opper ink- 2 ry 5. ORAL POLIO VACCINE AVAILABLE AT ALL CLINICS ion-Resident Guest's Meals 121. to seen Democracy c consists of exte nd sretfully, 'L stopped think been sent months. LIMITED TIME ONLY Saturday, March 12 will be Other Revenser 132.45. the vote to anybody who ing about wor almost Doug is years old and has a E * summoned can read English, and then three years ago Among a area eee visitors day at the Olds Agric- Interest Earned - sae 8.40 Jan. 2 wording the plebiscites so the later models in our used ie ae ultural and Vocational College. a rare aeait' blue Volks: that nobody can understand car stock are a 1961 Chevro- The college will be host to the aa them. With the coming of let and a 1962 Pontiac. Both ubli a a t EXPENDITURES and semi-t good spring weather the boss these cars. are in Tip-Top . Be rege areas penne SOREL, Wages - 17,166.45 + Manitoba i says We have to clear out Shape and ready for spring : students. A special invitation Food Purchases 11,885.32 Toole said some of our older units to driving. Drop around to- nniversar is extended to 4-H and high Utilities Light, heat, water 3,278.42 the/lete'wrin make way for new models. jay and, look them qver,. school groups.* Equipment Repairs -. 1,174.97 We have a 1958 and a 1959 Classrooms w Il be Accounting and Audit 1,020.00 and rear w Ford both of which can be Said tHe woman with beauti. W- O. Hart 7 is wil open - raundry: or : 908.33 side windc ful femi nine logic :. I Ee from 12:30 te-5 p.m. and in Rar yours at a very low figure. n 46th reddir Building Repairs . 928.94 drive with the h wedding ALE them the work of the various Cleaning and. Geners Bo cazees 622.26 ee Y When a. newspaperman was? tke Ppa rs, Feb. 17. courses will bev demonstrated Capital Expenditures provided hate 2 sent o t to round up some our epaclaivthig wae igs t -number of Sy : or displayed. -Whether inter- from Revenue - ee Const. Tole 7 1959 Vauxhall four-door. This D NET ATEN Cele . as ested in agriculture, horticul . Ine Gea 253) fog preva z moder tethoocons Unemployment Insurance - 253.64 Fete the fim person he . car has been givena thor. 2 brate the occiision Stavely Livestock Commission Co. t2 , commercial or fashion Travelling Board Memise gt; miss ibility trorr questioned was a man who. Ugh and complete going- , - i and design visitors will find Insurance .. + 2015 . had just celebrated his 100th oVer and is in-top-top Shape: 5 s information available to them. pe a - eae pinthdage Tens catrald' 1 We ready-40:give'you many E bl S Thursd March 3 Instructors and student geides. Workmen's Compensation : Usef g . C . iv. Automobile Allowance Matron 120.00 : NY Ce eae ee ce ame eer ea njoya e pie urs ay, arc will be available in all build- Postage and Office Supplics : 90:39 U SALE TIME: 10:30 A.M. ings. Licenses and Taxes 34.92 Much use - id-wi ch * yvable bonspiel was lt; Fashion Carousel will be Repairs, Replacement: given at a Let us give you your next mid-winter oil change r netween the at- 950 Stock Cows on Offer including Hereford, Shorthorn, Angus staged by the students in tash- ,,xurnishings and Fixtures ee by Argyle . oon ladies and evening ma Berean toes fon and design. The entire Interest and Bank Charges -. 36.67 in the IOC s curling clubs. Twelve 200 Head Overweight Eat Beef ,Cattle. program will be planned and Memberships 30.00 afternoon. a ares 0 m 0 ors rinks played from J a.m. to 5 ear staged by the students to -por- Sundry 9.17 : gonsbtiee s e p.m. First prize went to the Sales conducted by Christie, Crowe Co. tray the work of the course. a n aeaee department E. . es a prize Owners and Auctioneers whe ae staff of ne Net Deticit/-t2--2ccaiscnsusetece 2,096.22 Lethbridge, A.M.A. SERVIGE GARAGE to the G. McCarthy rink. 5 SALE RING PHONE 50, STAVELY college exten a cordial ener. concerning, yore A-pot luck supper and social Herb Christie, Phone 223-2667, Taber, Lic. No. 231 invitation to all interested J; A. Craig, Auditor; using farm PHONE 235-2533 . 0.8. RICE CLARESHOLM evening followed in the Legion Jim Crowe, Phone R806, Stavely Lic, No. 410 people to attend this annual Earl Boonie se wcary. Treasurer. 50 attended - Hall gt; event. cussion fol
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