Calgary Herald from Calgary, Alberta, Canada on March 30, 1944 · 10
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Calgary Herald from Calgary, Alberta, Canada · 10

Calgary, Alberta, Canada
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Thursday, March 30, 1944
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r I .1 -TWF CLCRV HEW Founder of Sundre 80 Years Old Today Founder of t ho AT BEDTIME "Hooray, for Mom - tf rfyr Marmalade!" . . . then processed by modern and exclusive Aylmer methods. Ycu get all th: full rich flavor of the fruit . . . plus vitamins, minerals, and energy-building calories. Large quantities of Aylmer Jams and Marmalades go all over the world to Canada's Armed Forces, and prisoners of war. So if your grocer is sometimes out of your favorite, try another Aylmer variety ... all deliciously good. J i 1 Quality Makes Aylmer Canada's Favorite Happineii abounds. And th tamt ii true of "Irisndly" foods. Tht happy blending of Catelli Rtady Cut Macaroni with Eggi, Che, Tomato!, Mushrooms, Meats or Vegetables, gives you an endless variety of tasty, satisfying and economical menus. READY 1 Mg. Uttitf Cut Vh tvpi Itft evar 2 cup orovy This product 11 made in foe'jries of the finest (MMI s tl,.. , ,. m -,.iy I ,,,-.....,...,,,..-- to Thuedy, fxh 30. i44 (where he established a post cff-ce j ) m th rar!y jmrt tf the cw.iury i T. I!sgen is today cclfbrat;nj his $ h binhday. Now J.vir.g in Lore & ach. Call : forma. Mr. Hngen as born in j Sundre. Nray, and migrated to J jib I'mtH State at The age of 1". In 39(7 ho went to Olds, pui- rV kH fhA Mi l srit ir'l ranrh '' 1 m.iVs M of Olds, and established tne post tiffne of Sundre. Besides, serving as. postmaster, he w engaged in the mercantile business. ...Canada's favorite marmalade became ' quality never varies Aylmer quality starts with choicest fruits . . . picked at peak of perfection JAMS 'JELLIES MARMALADE Try fhis delicious recipe CUT MACARONI WITH LEFT OVER MEAT Macaroni maf Onion, chopped I tobiipoon mfd ouffar teaspoon pappor Parboil tha macaroni 7 minutes hi 4 quarts salted water. Drain. Mix together chopped meat, gravy, anion, butter, salt, pepper and cheeio. Combina with macaroni ond pour mto well greased baiting dish. Cover with crumbs ond bate for JO minutes. spotless Canodion Canadian Wheat. FO Alex Bull Reported Missing rpl and Mr 24 i t!h Ave. ! IV. N.W.. ri'j'. .'. Xnt it C. Bj!1 of have been i that xin. FO A. V (Alex l Bull, is !i..--. r,; alter ojicratiuns on March 25. He a rsnv-fl i 15a 'or, receims Jus Man:.: a at I prince Albert. .- i" .-- P-r-cina and Paul-" '- ; - son. Manitoba. FO Bull ne was -1 Cars old on March 8 and has been over-teas since April 19-13. FO Bull v.;. duca;ed at Mc-Dcugall school and C.C.I, and prior to enlisting was employed by the Cmted Grain Growers X-Roy Unit Hours Extended In response to repeated nxjur:-1s the schedule of the- mobile X-ray unit is to or expanded. C. Robert Dickey, secretary of the Alberta Tuberculosis Association, announced today. Tlie unit, which has been in Calgary since December while a survey to detect tuberculosis was conducted, will leave for the north at the end of next week, ft is located at presort in General Supplies garage, Oth Ave. and 1st St. W. To accomodate as many extra people as possible, the hours which the unit is open will be extender!. In this way, it is anticipated that between luO and 500 more citizens can be examined. Some appointments are open this week, and several hundred can be arranged for next week. The phone number is M2012. FLIGHT COMMANDER Squadron Leader J. G. McNeill, D.F.C., Calgary, recently was appointed a flight commander in the Porcupine. Squadron of the R.C. A.F. overseas, according to word received in Calgary. Thoustndi of children light against drinking their milk. Hut w hat a difference when milk is served 9$ delicious rennet-custard! 'JUNKET' RNNT TABLETS work wonders. Siir dissolved tablet into lukewarm milk. It takes only 1 few moments to prepare. Sweeten and flavour to taste. Milk in this way is more delicious and more easily digested. At your grocers. Ovr RECIPE BOOK Is FREE. Wri uu "THE 'JUNKET' FOLKS" Toronto, Canada 71 llp mm j1 11MIIM l.M Hir IMI t 1A teaspoon salt I cup grated cUtu tvttorod brtad crumbs j 1 Agricultural Alberta Junior Activities One Show Feature Eaby Beef and Fat Stock Show and Rotary Calf Sale for War Charities Highlights Entries for the junior activities. indui ng t'.e baby beef and fat stock competitions are again very good. In the baby beef competi-lion there are a total of 51, and 38 in fat stock entries. The winner of this event receives a trophy, the D. E. Black challenge shield, which has been up for annual competition every year since 1917. Hereford breeders are making every effort to make their War Chanty Call Sale, to be held on Mijnd.iy, a 1:3d p.m., an outstanding success. Contributors are donating some excellent am-rr,;Ls and it is expected that large majority of Hereford breeders in Alberta will be represented. The Rotary Club is co-operating in this event and will purchase 40 Hereford Calves Donated for Rotary Calf Sale More than 40 calves have already h- in donated by Alberta Hereford breeders for the pure, bred calf sale which will be held at Victoria Park on Monday, April 3. for ".car charities. The sale is being conducted by the Calgary Rotary Club in ro-operation with the Alberta Hereford Breeders' Association. In addition to the calves, Hereford breeders also have donated S660 cash to date, and this will be added to the amount realized at the sale. Five well bred heifer calves have been purchased by the Rotary Club and will be given away to boys and girls who are resident on farms. The list of breeders who have "If-ft . . . A Hcrcjord The Rotary !! : 'vy'w' v''V 'vw.-!.' yijv-1."-" !! ' .. -' j, .untmww.wwwim i Stockmen's Corner Sale of Horses Active in West 10 j,- ,-x-. '(r. .1.1 Along with the large increase in th? number of work horses being bought and shipped to eastern Canada and British Columbia, the purebred sales have also taken a swing upward during the past week or two. Prices for these registered Percherons are reported to be higher than during the past few months, and the large horse sales lately held in Western Canada appear to have caused an increased demand for top breed ing animals. Vincent A. Ogle of Rosetown, Sask., has sold his eight-year-old stallion Docile to Elucipe Tous-sant Ponthriard, Que. Herman Bush of Beausejour, Mitniloba, has sold his aged stal lion Ames Jalap 2nd to James Martin of East Selkirk, Man. The Indian, residential school of Binle, Man., have sold their six- i BuijtkePacjccujc . on a ! Eichi(e your BLUE RIBBON COUPONS ur W SAVINGS STMPi By Fred Kennedy j five sele!-t, well-bred calves which, they will donate for the draw. Any fsrm giri or boy between the ages of 10 and 17 is eligible for the drsw, providing they write to the Hereford War Charity Sale. Exhibition Grounds, Calgary, and have their letter signed by one of their parent. Children must be present at the time of the draw. An ir.novatk'in this year will be a sale of top purebred females of the three or. 1 30 Shorthorn, 10 Angus and 17 Hereford having been entered. These come from ih besi hrrds in Alberta and promi-es to be 1he best opportunity to purehHse top females of each breed ever to lit offered to the public'. This sale follows the War Charity Sale Monday afternoon. donated calves to date is as follows: A. G. Spooner, Midnapore: A. J. Bushficld, rSalzac; A. D. Kerfoot, Cochrane: D. M. Kennedy. Fair-view; J. M. Campbell, Stavely; Elmer Litz & Son, SwaKvell; Mickey Jenkins, Twin Butte; Peter Massie, Midnapore: Wright & Bond, Irricana; II. Hunt, Endiang; J. R. King, Black Diamond; C. E. Jones, Balzac; J. H. Robertson, Wcstcott; John Barclay, Knee Hill Valley; Walter Muir, Bowden. W. A. Crawfoiu Frost, Nanton; Homer Campbell, Clandonald; Hatfield Ranch, Twin Butte; John Wilson, Innisfail; W. Edgar, In-nisfail; Frank Collicutt, Cross-field; A-7 Ranch, Kanton; Hugh and John Francis, Carstairs; A. M. Robertson, Wcscott. --rtfritt MMtimttf ciub wul give away jive head. year-old stallion Al'.ard Again to J. J. Mentuck of Rossburn, Man. F. W. Buchanan of Goodwatcr, Sask., has sold the marc Kapriss 2nd to J. A. Magce of Alexander, Man. Frank H. Abey of Mirror Lake, B.C., recently purchased a nice pair of black mares from John McNeil of Beiseker. They are Maybelle and her daughter Jun-ette. both arc in foal to Hivu Mars, a L. O. Crockett stallion. F. T. Colley of Steltlcr, lias sold his eight-year-old mare, Jeanne, to C. C. Carder of Stet-tler. J, Fox, Jr. of Lloydminster, Sask., has sold the three-year-old stallion Justamere Treviso to John Saruk of Two Hills. Thomas W. Jarman of Climax, Sask., has purchased the five-year-old black stallion Hivu Darky from Clarence F. Link of Windhorst, Sask. He is sired by the Calypse bred stallion Sultan and is out. of Cleota Ruby. Mr. Jarman also purchased Le Beau. This black was imported from Kansas, and is sired by Cyclone and is out of Leah. Alfred Autet of Domrrmy. Sask., has sold his stallion Daniel to John Kiraly of Wakavv, Sask. J. W. Pozer of Duck Lake, Sask. has sold his six-year-old mare Gertie Pink to J. B. Boucher & Sons of St. Louis, Sask. Adelurd Faubort of Mont-.mart re. Sask., has sold the four-year-old mare May Jaso to Adricn Coueslan of Wolseley, Sask. Webster Nicks of Slettler has purchased a pair of two-year-old fillies from J. Ollcrenshavv of Ogden. They are Ogden Zelma 2nd prize yearling at Calgary, 1913, and Ogden Patsy. He also purchased Ogden Perlact a yearling stallion. Annual Meeting The annual meeting of the Canadian Swine Breeders' Association and 1 lie annual meeting of the Canadian Sljeep Breeders' Association will be held in the Palliscr hotel Friday and Sat unlay of this week. The swine breeders will meet at 1:30 p.m. Friday with a banquet at the Palliser hotel at 6:30 p.m., while the sheep breeders will meet at 1:30 p.m. Saturday afternoon. This is the first time in a num-brr'of years that the Dominion meetings have been held in Calgary. Hurry Hays of Calgary is presi dent of the swine breeders, while J. Hawthorne of Edmonton is president of the sheep breeders. The annual meeting of the Southern Alberta Egg and Poultry ! Producers' Association will be i held nt the Palliser hotel on Mon-1 day, April 2, commencing at 10 a it1 1 ) - ' " ' C5 S. CsIOSFY FIlSTS Arrive Overseas several compifte saad-rors of the R C.A F. arrived recently at a I'r.'.'h port thr-y in-iludi. -d Coigary and c'her Alberta airmen. c..trd:ng to "Wings Abroad." official nc-wspiiper of the R C.A F. overseas. Squadron Leader W. H. Pent-land. Calgary, was among the veterans returning to fly second tour of operatiopsi while another pilot was Fli;ht Lieut. A. V. Rose- land. Calgary, who was among those ho' the United States Air Medal for action in the Aleu tians. On the same transport was FL J. Eisen, Edmonton, first Hebrew chaplain in the R.C.A.F. and first padre of his faith to be posted overseas. In the same issue it is men tioned that FL R. Ryall. of Calgary, R A F., was back in London alter heing a gunnery leader with an R A F. squadron in West Africa. In the RAF. news refer ence is made to t O Joe r limcr, a consistent booster for his home town of Lethbridge. In the same squadron is FO Bill McKinnon, Delburne. Calgary Flier Missing Overseas FO Robert Alan Parry. 19, R CA F.. son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Parry, 123 16th Ave. N.E., has been reported missing after air operations overseas March 25. Born in Calgary, FO Parry attended Stanley Jones school here and high school in Drumheller. He enlisted in the air force May, 19-12, and graduated as a navigator at No. 5 A.O.S., Winnipeg, when he also received his commission. FO Parry went overseas a year ago. A brother, PO Jack Parry, 21, graduated from the same school last Thursday when he was awarded the Starratt trophy memorial wrist watch for receiving the highest marks in his class. Attending the graduation ceremony was his . mother and later FO Parry returned to Calgary for training at No. 2 Aircrew Grad uate Training school. Telephone Official Receives Promotion Alfred Higgins. commercial superintendent of Calgary and district for the Alberta Government Telephones, has been promoted to Keep up to par; avoid lay-offs. Don't let chest coldt hold your war drive up. Check them with Pasmore'i, the well-known two-minute remedy. Keep a bottle handy, ready to clear congested bronchial tubes. At a' drug stores. colds J CHECKS CHEST fsiiinnri 111 Mill -ali-T.XA.j Brum.;-"!!, anTOyM-iM-ngrMniiMniwitiaTirnw murmumtm iiwww imiIslisb' aMiaj(niiiis isjbiii 1 i iiuwii in iitDBTOTisaaauinii iiisuieaii isuhiki 1 swini 11 iiiii 1 1 mmMlmMlmm fjajssstsjBSSPPM y'"' 1 ilnChTfWIV uYv jjiV? ifM Is? W Ail A a XjijCw ghfl f position tl cerr.prcial sperin- rt for the pro ,nce ith head-quarters at Edrvir.ton, elfectne Ap rJ 1. Ke wiii 1 succeeded ty Thomas Spildxg, d;rectory tvuper-ior. it Calgary. Mr. H.ggins has been i"h the department for 31 years of which 'J5 were xrved in Caigary. A A El i i V f V l i f 1 . n n v - A Finer Finish The Hard Wax Easy To Apply-Easy To Polish Wears Longer ill vjf,t? niiUHiLiiu HILai i - 1 . 4 liiiiir-ft' - ii-f a-'T-v' I'-'i in 1 isl A m 1 ifii-n if 0 nii'irnr t fmin isfAtiMtfli 1 -to bake bread jus! right use Fleisthmann's fresh Yeast Serve plenty of bread these days to give your family enough of the energy food they need. Supplying Vita-rain B, bread is a quick energy replacer low in cost. Tine, too, as a stretcher for scarcer foods! If you bake at home, use Fleischmann's Jresb Yeast Canada's favorite for over 70 years. You can count oa it ct'ery baking. Ask your grocer for Fleischmann's fresh Yeast, with the familiar yellow label. SUPPLEMENT YOUR DIET by aatlng 2 castas of FLEISCHMANN'S fresh Yeast every day. This fresh Yeast Is an excellent natural source of the Important B Complex Vitamins. MADE IN CANADA MAGIC'S CARAMEL CURLS 2 etipss sifted flour 1 efiij '2tspn. salt Va cup milk 4 tbspns. ehortcnlni cup brown sugar Vz cup chopped nuts, any kind, or raisina 4 tspns. Magic Baking Posvder Sift dry Ingredients toUether. Cut In shortcnlnj until miied. Beat eftft slifthtly in measurinft.cup; odd milk to make 24 cup; add to first miature. Roll out Vi-inch thick; sprinkle with brown sufcar and nuts. Roll as for jelly roll. Cut in 1-inch Sieces. Stand on end inwell-ftreaeed muflin pans, ake in moderate oven (i75-f.) about -V minutes. Makes 1. MADE pijiargiiate t t - t 1 1 j-tTT. 1 i f 1 R J ivv 'tf.Vf tiw mm W0.JDHIFUL BRHAO IN CANADA : mmmmtmm .1 1 -v; 1 r

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