Star-Phoenix from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada on November 23, 1932 · 13
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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1932. SASKATOON STAR-PIKENIX PACK THIRTEEN r-i LIVE TO LOSE POPULAR FAMILY Monster Farewell Given to Mr. And Mrs. Kerfoot Craig; Go to Sutherland ASQUITH The large farm home of Mr. and Mrs. W. Kerfoot Craig of the Dougiaa Plains district, was the scene of an event of wide interest on Friday evening, when over 100 of their friends and neighbors gathered to bid them farewell prior to their depaiture for Sutherland, Su.sk. The laige farm home provided ample accommodation for all guests and the evening was spent in bridge and dancing. On behalf of their many friends in the district Mr. and Mrs. Craig were made the recipients of an Aladdin lamp, James A. McKee making the presentation while M. E. Little gave the address. Mr. and Mrs. Craig both replied after which 112 persons signed the register which also was presented to them. Refreshments were served by the ladies of the district and cards and dancing continued. Mr. and Mrs. Craig who have for past nine years resided on the J. S. Dougan farm four miles south of Asquith, leave immediately for Sutherland where Mr. Craig has purchased the Grimes farm four miles from that point, which he will operate with his two sons, Roy and Gordon. One daughter, Lois, will accompany the family while the other daughter, Wilda, will remain in Asquith, continuing her duties as teacher in the local school. The family will be greatly missed in the community where they have been highly respected residents and leaders in the majority of the social events of their district. Concert Proceeds For Choir Music THEODORE. An enjoyable concert was staged in the town hall on Friday under the auspices of the United Church choir. The program was comprised of solos, duets, monologue, dialogue and two short plays. The feature was a one act play entitled,' "That Rascal Pat," in which P. R. Pollock ably played the part of Pat. A good crowd was in attendance, $4120 being the gross receipts. The proceeds will go toward buying music for the choir. Supper was served in the manse to the players. YV. F. Marshall, oiganizer of the Red Cross, visited Theodore on Thursday to address a meeting of the Beaverdale Homemakers' Club. Arelee ARELEE The ladies of the Arelee school district raised $16 for the Christmass tree fund, from their masquerade dance. Costume prizewinners were Jessie Currie, Mrs. J. R. McAvoy, Jack Cleghorn and Jack McAvoy. Officers were elected by the Arelee Teachers Local Alliance, when that body met in the school, Saturday afternoon. Those elected were: president, Mr. Lindsay, Struan; vice-president, Mr. Clarke, Raspberry Creek; secretary-treasurer, Miss Keeler, Golden Valley. The local alliance enjoyed a bridge party in the home of M. Hargraves, Friday evening, when Mrs. M. W. Almond and Mr. Cooke won the prizes. Golden Valley and Raspberry Creek districts are preparing entertainments in aid of their Christmas tree funds. Golden Valley people will put on a play, and Raspberry Creek will hold a dance in the school, November 25. I. Smith, who was injured when he was thrown from his rig, is recovering. Ruthilda RUTHILDA. Rev. Homer Lane, boys work secretary for Manitoba and Saskatchewan, was a guest at the United Church father and son banquet, held in the church 'basement, and gave an address on the relationship between fathers and sons. Other features on the program were toasts to the Lads, th Dads, the Church and the Guests, and sing-songs conducted by J. Cartier and Rev. S. Edgecombe. After the program the guests played games. Rev. Edgecombe conducted a special father and son service Sunday. A debate, songs and a charade, with a recitation by Helen Hobbs constituted the program at the meeting of the civic league in the senior room of the school Friday afternoon. ALSASK NOTES ALSASK. Aisask, and district along with other parts of the west, seems to be getting Us share of snow storms. Travel by car, except on the main highways, is becoming more and more difficult. Influenza of a mild form is still prevalent in the district. By order of the medical health officer, all churches were closed Sunday, midweek services also being cancelled. The annual Whaley oratorical contest which always draws a packed house, scheduled for Friday, has had to be postponed. The high stfiool is still closed until further notice. Nomination day for mayor and town council produced little excitement. Mayor Shaw again goes in by acclamation. There are four vacancies on the council and five have been nominated. Already a Leader EXTRA PALE ' siE-Sf pH1- ),' NEWS 1 Watrous Mayor Q. R. FULWILLElt Prominent business man of Watrous, who was elected mayor of the town of Watrous by acclamation on Monday. Mr Ful-willer is a past master of the Masonic order and an active worker in the United Church and in all organizations working in the interests of the community. PIONEER OF YOUNG CALLED BY DEATH Donald Mclver, Resident Since 1905, Was Active in Community Life YOUNG. Donald Mclver passed away in his 66th year, on Friday evening, at his home 5 miles north of town, where he had been confined to his bed for the past eight months. He was born in Lucknow, Ontario, and took up his homestead near Young In 1905, where he has been a permanent resident since 1906. During that period he was active in community and church life, serving on both the rural and village councils, church and school boards, and as a carpenter, building many homes and school houses in the district. He was highly respected and esteemed, and will be greatly missed in the community. The deceased is survived by his widow, Mrs. Rebecca Mclver, and a son, Laurie, and five brothers, G. A. Mclver of Ebor, Man., K.C., of Alpena, Michigan; W.C., Detroit; L. C. Lucknow, Ontario, and T. Eos, Toronto. . An impressive funeral service was held in the United Church of which the deceased was a member and official on Sunday afternoon. with a congregation overcrowding the auditorium. A previous service was held at the family borne, both conducted by the minister, Rev. George Marshall. Interment -took place at the village cemetery, E. R. Ketcheson, A. J. Allison, E. G. Waterman, Dan McLean, R. Roberts and Mark Johnson acting as pallbearers. Following the church eomrmUal service, the local lodge of 1.0.0 F. conducted a ritual service. Out of town relatives among the mourners were George A. Mclver of Ebor, Man., Mr. and Mrs. John McLeod of Landis and J. C. Tyndall of Nokomis. Viscount VISCOUNT. The snappy weather of the last week has been ideal for the flooding of the curling and skating rinks and the work is progressing rapidly. All being well it is anticipated that curling will commence about December 1 and skating shortly after, provided present weather is maintained. At an executive meeting held Thursday Hartley Beaton was again engaged as caietaker for the season. About 60 young people of the district attended a surprise birthday party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. David Flllion in honor of their daughter Bernadette. The evening was spent in dancing and supper was piovided by the ladies of the party. The guest of honor was presented with a necklace and a birthday ring. V. Gabel, principal of the Viscount consolidated school, addressed a good-sized audience at a public meeting on "Current Economic Problems and Their Solutions, in the municipal office on Saturday afternoon. Mr. Gabel will give fortnightly speeches to present his ideas on "New Economics m the T. J. Tallon hall. Resident Honored On 74th Birthd av NOKOMIS. - Twcnlv-t wo mem- beis of Naomi L.O B A. met at the home of Mrs. J. I. Jamieson, Monday afternoon, and had as the guest of honor one of their members, Mrs. H. J. Steeves, whose 74th birthday occurred that day. A happy time was spent in contests, games and felicitations to the guest, who was presented with an amethyst necklace and the best wishes of her many fr.ends. Lunch was served. Mr. Steeves is also enjoying good health and will be 85 years old next March. Quill Lake QUILL LAKE. The Anglican Ladies Aid received $90 as proceeds of their turkey supper and sale of needle work in the hall Saturday. George Williams conducted a Farmer-Labor party meeting here The audience ehowed then; Interests in the party by ask-,ng a number of questions after Mr. YY'iiliams had finished speaking. David Armstrong, who homesteaded in this district 25 years ago, has again filed on a piece of land near Nipawin. He will live in a tent until he has a cabin erected. The Womens Missionary Society has completed one quilt whirh has been sent to the Indian school at Kamsack. The Golden Links Mission Band are working on an autograph quilt, to be sold for their allocation fund. They hope to raise the required $80. FROM THE PRAIRIES ASK $2- PER ACRE CULTIVATED LAND Sum Should Be Retained by Farmers, Urged by Morris Municipality YOUNG Nomination meeting for the Morris municipality, was held in the local theatre Monday afternoon when acclamations were declared for Turo Carlson, for Division Edward Moss for Division 3, and John Ohnstad for Division 1. Tom C. Johns, present reeve, and Martin Richmond retiring councillor stand for election for reeve on Monday next. The attendance of ratepayers was above the average, and much interest was shown in the reports presented and questions proposed The meeting approved the continuation of the policy of pioviding gopher poison at cost, after rejecting an amendment favoring the bounty on tails. The proposal that Moiria and Lost River municipalities together arrange for the issuance of scrip was referred to the council for action. A petition to the Saskatchewan government was endorsed in four items, to the effect that farmers, 80 of whom are tenants, be assisted in the division of their crops by an order that the following claims take priority over all others and m the order: 1, seed grain; 2, threshing and twine; 3, taxes; 4, the sum of $2 per acre for all land under cultivation each year to be retained by the operator of the farm. The secretary-treasurer, E. R. Ketcheson, submitted a financial statement for the current year to date which included in round figures the following items of interest: Taxes paid, $17,000; paid to schools, (26) recently, $1,800, the first payment since June, 1931; paid to bank, $5,600, which clears the 1931 indebtedness, leaving $9,500 owing on the 1930 loan. Owing to telephone companies, $10,800; to schools $33,500; hail insurance, $18,000; hospital accounts, $2,000; government seed, $6,000; relief, $12,000; anti-tuberculosis league, $900. The assets show $121,500 in uncollected taxes; tax sale certificates, $20,000; hail taxes, $19,000; total surplus over liabilities, $122,000. For the village council Dr, F. W. Wright was elected by acclamation. L! DEBT BY $12,000 Annual Municipal Meeting Is Briefest in History; Reeve Boldt Re-elected WARMAN. A tribute to his services at the end of a difficult year, an acclaimed election was given Reeve J B. Boldt on nomination day, November 21. The annual meeting proved one of the briefest and auietest in the history of the municipality. This was, no doubt, partly induced by the financial statement which shows that since last October the aggregate municipal debt has decreased $12,000, a remarkable showing in the face of provincial conditions. The satisfactory state of affairs, the secretary-treasurer declared, was due mainly to the wise financial policies of all councils during the past 15 years. Tax collections are much gi eater than in 1931 and it is anticipated that the municipal budget will be balanced for another year as a result. Nominations were: Division 1 D. E. Burke (sitting councillor) and A. H. Nasserden; division 5 C. H. Doell and C. R. Dnedgcr (sitting councillor; division 3 F. Bartsch and T. Hyland (sitting councillor). Gifts Presented Glenside Couple GLENSIDE. A social gathering under the auspices of the Brodeiv ick A.F. and A.M. was held at the Glenside lodge room on Saturday night. The event had been arranged in honor of Mr. and Mre. Charles 'Hamilton who are leaving shortly for Milden Mr. Hamilton has been transferred from Broderick by the Federal Elevator Co., to look after their business there. After community singing a presentation was made on behalf of the members of the lodge and their wives by A. McPherson of an eight-day mantel clock and a silver plated cake basket. This was followed by short speeches from all the officers and several of the brethren. Also from two representatives fiom the Outlook Eastern Star. Rev. P. A- Harry was toastmaster. Mr. Hamilton Is In the J.YV. chair and is an able officer and will be greatly missed in the lodge as well as by the community at laige. The outstanding feature of the Glenside YV.C.T.U. meeting was the excellent report piesented by Mrs. J. Gwilym, delegate to the 19th provincial convention held in Carmichael Church, Regina. BOARD STAGES SOCIAL SENLAC. Notwithstanding the stormy weather a fair crowd turned out to the bridge drive and dance oil Friday night sponsored by the public library board. Bridge was played with prizes going to Mes-dames Ayrey and Anderson, and Chas. Jones. Over 100 tickets were sold on the auto rug for which $25 1 was realized, the lucky ticket be-1 ing held by George Dullim of Kin-dersley. $160 Returns From Bazaar at Biggar BIGGAR Although a stormy day, the ladies of St. Andrew's Church were highly pleased with the returns of the bazaar held In the basement of the church on Saturday with the president of the guild, Mrs. O. Hagerman presiding. The proceeds amounted to $160. The ladies assisting at the various booths were Mcsdanics Ferguson. I Jones, Glarken, C. Dixon, O. Maddm. J. L'avey. R. Clark, L. Minhall, 'V. I-ard, N. T. Fenby and F Comer, Misses Ferguson and N. Mmshall. Hardships Encountered By Early Freezing Of likes LAC LA RONGE. Early freezing of lakes with uncertain ice in the north has been the cause of one death, that of Lucien Penvidic, a number of narrow escapes and untold hardship. Constable Gray, R.C.M.P. here, while on patrol to Pelican Narrows from Lac La Ronge, was forced to leave his canoe and motor on Deschambault Lake owing to it freezing over. He returned by foot around the lake shore until arriving at a large body of water not yet frozen. Here he secured a canoe from a trapper and paddled the 50 miles to Lac La Ronge headquarters. Another constable and his assis BIGGAR BIGGAR. A. P. Smith, secretary treasurer of the Biggar R.M. gave an encouraging financial report on Monday at the annual meeting held in Mullers hall and attended by over 100 ratepayers. The bank loan of $23,000 from 1931 was en tirely wiped out as well as the current years indebtedness, leaving the district free from debentures. The balance sheet showed a liquid surplus of $61,000, which gives the ratepayers a hope for lower taxes. While a good deal of discussion took place the feature was the suggestion of dispensing with all roadwork and lowering the rate of taxation to an extent that would make it possible for the farmers to pay their taxes. The municipality did not hold a tax sale this year. The seats for reeve and council are being well contested this year. For reeve the nominees are E. Mc-kitrick (present reeve), E. Clark, F. Thirsk, J. T, Lee; for councillors, division 1, C. E, HuletL Anton Anderson; division 3, M. Clark, G. McLean, S. B. Doan; division 5, H. Nod well and A. Greenway. LANGHAM. Town of Lang-ham: Mayor, F. J, Penner, J. Toi-lerud; councillors, 3 vacancies. Thos. Scott, J. E. Epp, P. Stobbe, C. J. Buhr, W. H. Barrouclough; school trustees, 2 vacancies: Peter P. Epp, Jr., Jas. A. Paur, Dr. J. P. Palsson, W. F. Rhymes. R.M. of Park, No. 375: Reeve, Jacob Boehr, William Dear; div 1, J. J. Wurtz (acclamation); dlv. 3, A. C. Burwell, A. L. Thomas; div. 5, Peter Rebalkin, John Verrishina. NOKOMIS. Nominations held Monday in Nokomis resulted in the election of Mayor W. Mason to another year in office by acclamation. Five councillors aspire for office to fill three vacancies, as follows. Donald Adams, G. H. D. Jamieson, G. T. Humphrey, John YVeixl and J. Collins. Three school trustees were elected by acclamation, A, G. MacFarlane, J. N. Morris and W. Mason. RAYMORE. The nominations for the office of councillor took place on Monday. The retiring councillor is James Nottingham, who has acted as overseer during the past year. In addition to Mr. Nottingham, who was nominated again, James Paisley also entered the field. It is some years since there was a contest for the village council, and great interest is being displayed over this coming event. SEMANS G. W. Booth and councillors for the rural municipality of Mount Hope were re-eiecteo by acclamation. George Powles retiring councillor for the village, was reelected for a term of three years, N. E. Nunn retaining his office of overseer. BATTLEFORD BATTLEFORD, Nominations for public office were as follows: Mayor, Robert Risdale by acclamation (second term); councillors, H. T. Tumham, A. G. Cunningham, J. Breton and M. A. Holliday (three to be elected); collegiate board, W, P. Yeo, E. Maitinson and S. A. I,aw (two to be elected); public school board, Dr. H. Norquay, Basil Bridges, W. R. Pearn and C. Way-man (three to be elected); Catholic separate school board, Paul Prince, J. Breton and Aithur Prince by acclamation. For reeve and three councillois for the Battle River R.M., Mr. Roy of Delmas, present ieeve, opposed by R. H. Speers; division 1, C. J. Johnson, C. DeGear and H. T. Hen-nessy; division 3, Roy Cunningham and John Gabruck; division 5, Tom Ferguson and E. Hcon. . MACKLIN MACKLIN. Nominations for the town of Mackhn: Nelson Malloy reelected mayor by acclamation; for four councillors elected hy acclamation. H. I). Kerjy R. T. Thibadeau, Lloyd A. Corscadden and Ben Jeffrey; for two trustees of the Mark-ltn school board, A. M. Tamblyn, E. E. Eilergodt, Gavin Allan and L. O. Baker. Nominations for the Rural Municipality of Eye Hill No. 3H2, Frank ? (. CRAWLS MILE HOME WITH BROKEN LEG . ' LUSELAND. While returning from a visit at the home of his cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Art Lovett, Sunday evening, Walter Body was thrown from his horse. The horse fell on his leg, breaking both bones below the knee. He crawled a mile on his hands and knees back to the house and Dr. Gra- ham was called from Luseland. The patient was rushed to Kerrobert hospital where he is re- ported to be resting as well as can be expected. By a strange coincidence his father, William Body, who passed away last month, had a similar ac- cident ago. just two years tant had to walk a distance of 90 miles through muskeg and fallen timber, at the same time carrying their packs of bedding and provisions. Sandy Scott a young Scotchman employed by the Hudson's Bay Company, had a close call while out on a fur gathering trip. He traveled on thin ice and went out of sight in the icy water of Big Stone Lake. Coming to the suiface he clung to the ice which was breaking up, and called for assistance. Luckily an Indian lodge was close by and an old Indian woman and one of the children managed to get Sandy to Bhore where he dried himself as best he could before walking home a distance of 10 miles. A. Beattie re-elected by acclamation as reeve, for his eleventh term; division 1, Martin B. Klotz, piesent councillor, and Matt. Helten; division 3, Clements Fischer re-elected; division 5, H. O. Johnson re-elected. After the nomination meeting a public meeting was held, with William Scott as chairman. An address was given explaining the works of the municipality by Reeve F, A. Beattie. SENLAC SENLAC. Keen interest was shown in the nomination for reeve and councillors on Monday for the rural municipality for the ensuing year. Reeve Bradshaw was returned without opposition. Division 1 the present member, J. R. Brown, is opposed by J. Allan of Rutland, while H. Helme has for an opponent Wes. Bingham, of Herbark. In divisions 2, 4 and 5, E. Hammell, J. Bates and J. Parker still have another term to serve. The nomination for overseer and councillors for Senlac village resulted in R. Kirk for overseer, J. Seigman and R. J. Bingham for councillors, all being elected by acclamation. MAYMONT MAYMONT. Nominations for the R.M. of Mayfield resulted as follows: Reeve, S. R. Miller by acclamation; div. 1, J. A. Nutting, acclamation; div. 3, J. J. Ryan, acclamation; div. 5, D. Alexander opposed by C. H. R. Bradshaw. At the ratepayers' meeting a resolution that the federal government grant an adjustment in the bonded Indebtedness in order that this may conform to present day values, and that this be made retroactive to the year 1930, was carried. The policy of dividing the supervision of roadwork between more than one man was also carried. DELISLE. It was necessary to name two for school trustees, three councillors and the mayor on Monday. Mayor S. Moulton was reelected by acclamation. For councillors Messrs. J. Pope, T. Gardner, A. L. Anderson, W. D. Bentley and W. D. Pattlson The retiring coun-. cillors all eligible for re-election are: J. Pope, A. L. Anderson and T. Gardner; for school trustees, R. Thomson, J. Eliis, R. Glauser, Mes dames T. Robson, M. Chambers and H. Christensen. Retiring members are Mrs. T. Robson and Mrs. M. Chambers. 1 HARRIS. At the annual nomination meeting for the village of Harris held on November 21, William Marshall, retiring councillor, was returned to office by acclamation, while at the rural municipal meeting Reeve Alfred Cram was returned to office by acclamation. Manchuria Topic Given bv Mi liman BATTLEFORD.- Profesbor Mill-man, of Emmanuel College, Saskatoon, was tho special preacher at St. Geoiges Anglican Church at both morning and evening service, and on Monday evening gave an instructive lecture on Manchuria under the auspices of the A.Y.P.A. in the parlbh hall. The lectuie was listened to with much interest by the members of the A.Y.P.A. us well as a good number of ft lends. Professor Millman gave an outline of the historic background which led up to the present situation, and he brought forward the opinion that in many ways there was considerable justification for Japan s attitude. Rev. Homer Lane, religious educational secretary for boys woik in connection with the United Church, was the special preacher at the evening service of the United Church, Battleford, on Sunday. Mrs. E. Baines sang a solo. MARRIED 42 TEARS MARGO. A number of friends and relatives gathered at the burnt of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Evans, Kim day, on the occasion of their 42nd wedding anniversary Congratulations were receiveo from their three sons, G W, and W. If. Evans of Klin Finn, and J. W. Evans of Miniton as, Manitoba. Dinner wag served by the hostess. Semans Banquets Pioneer Couple SEMANS. On Fiiday evening a large gathering of members of the Manonic Order and members of the O E.S. gathered at a social evening staged by Maple Leaf Chapter, No 6 O E.S , in honor of Mr. and Mrs G. W. Booth who on this occasion celebrated their fortieth wedding anniversary. Mis Eveivn Booth of Watrous was a specially Invited gueat In court whist honors went to Miss Beth Smith and A. Richardson. A humorous mock wedding was given by Mesdames C. H. Wheatley, G. Cummings, C. Simpson, W. J. Smith, J, H. Muraey and Messrs. T. Benson, C. H. Wheatley and F. Richardson. A wedding feast was then enjoyed F. Richard read an address and Mrs. Booth was presented with a beautiful bouquet of chrysanthemums. Mr. and Mrs. Booth, oldtimers, laid the foundation of community life here. They gave their eldest son Ocotge, to the country, he giving his life at Vimy Ridge. A quartet number was given by T Mathe-on, Mr Henry, Mrs. Mathexon and Miss-Evans, duet by Mr. Henry and Mrs. Cummingw and a solo by Mrs. y. Richardfcon. BAY ROUTE GREAT SAVING TO AGROS Two Million Bushels in Saskatoon Terminal Sproule Tells Audience HARRIS. Following a showing of films at a rally of the Harris Wheat Pool local heid in the Orange hall on Saturday, Mr. Gir-vln, local delegate, emphasized the idea and meaning of the word co-opeiation, A survey of world conditions was given by Piesident Spioule, who compaied England, trance, Italy, Germany and Australia with Canada. Outlining conditions of maiketing the co-operative way during the last ten years tho speaker pointed out tho advantages of a "united fiont an organized body of farmers. He referred to the request for a national marketing board but slated that only the future could tell what the lesult of this request would be. Mr. Sproule then spoke on the Bay route comparing freight charges with those on the Great Lakes showing a greut saving to the farmer by the use of the new harbor by the Saskatchewan pool. He informed his audience that two million bushels was now stored in the Saskatoon terminal for future shipment to the Bay. FIND 20 BICYCLES AT HOME OF BOYS Alex Fustey of Sheho, Follows Brother to Jail on Charges Of Theft WYNYARD. "Three months will give you time to get the smile off your face," was the remark of James Purvis, J P., who with T. B. Baker, J.P., sentenced Alex. Fustey, Sheho, to two months with hard labor at Moosomin jail. Young Fustey was chaiged with stealing a bicycle, tho property of Paul Goodman, son of G, A. Goodman, Wyn-yard. Constable R. H. Walker, of the Foam Lake R.C.M.P. detachment, represented the crown and described how he had found 20 bicycles at the home of Fustey. The latter's brother was sent to jail a few days ago when convicted at Yoikton of a similar offence. The owners of the stolen machines have not yet all been located. It is believed the apprehension of these thieves will solve numerous robberies in the district between Yorkton and Wynyard. ELECT NEW SLATE KELFIELD. Officers for the coming year were elected at the meeting of the Union Bible class, at the home of Mrs. I. Bielby, last week. W. J. Howie was elected president, and Miss R. Irvin secretary. During the evening games and contests were played by the members, and the hostess served lunch. The class will put on a concert December 2. YOUNG An afternoon tea and home cooking sale was held on Saturday In the Mills hardware store under the auspices of St. Peter's W.A. This social effort ie-ceived general patronage, and realized the sum of $24. Skating at the municipal rink opened Saturday night, which was free for all. Voluntter woik on the part of several older boys in hauling water and flooding made this early opening possible. Skating tickets for the season have been le-duced 20 from last year. The hockey club met for reorganization in the council chamber Friday night, and elected the following: President, Dr. W. J. Lee; vice-pichident, C. J. Benson: henetaiy-ti cannier, Chailes We 1st rad; manager, Malcolm Grant. Prospects tor a good senior team appear promising, and the executive has decided to put chase new sweatuis for the players. ENJOY MI SICAL PROGRAM DUNDURN. -- The November meeting of the Coales Homemakeib' Club was held at the home of Mrs.' II. Bethune and was well attended An enjoyable musical ptogram of vocal and Instrumental numbers was arianged hy the Misses Emmie Llucie, and Ethel Bethune. Airange-ments were made for the children's paity to he held at the home of Mis. II. Dude on December J7. Lunch was served by Mosdames (5. H. Ducie, M. M. Myers and G. W altera. If K Kl HARRIS. -The annual meeting of the Hama Menu Cuilmg Club was held in the cullers lounge at the rink on Nov. 18 wilh a good attendance. John A. Wilson presided Election of officers returned Mr. Wilson to the presidential chair, Ferry Shewed re-elected vice-pi esi-dent and Alan Miller elected seerc-taiv-treasuif r. The f resident was given power to appoint membership and ice committees. Fees weie set at $3 in an endeavor to get a larger number of rinks in play. BROCK BROCK The first curling club meeting of the season was held in the Brock hotel and the following officers were elected: President, Dr. Black: vice-president, Harry, Ball; secretary-treasurer, R. Nohie t The necessary committees were pointed and $50 was paid to trie village for rent of the rink last year Fees for this year are: Town members $5, country $3. A new pari of rocks purchased by the club was drawn for, the winner being Gordon Hamm. LOUGIUJt.II LOUGHEED, Alta. The Ladies Curling Club held the annual meeting at the home of Mrs W. Steen. Officers for the season were i1ec!,d as follows: President, Mrs O P Rowland, vice-pre-ident. Mis A Why; ecretary-ti ea-urer, Mist M. Voorhees, draw committee, Mia. J Cleary and Mrs. V. Steen The fees were set at $3 per member. Car and Horses Crash in Hills HARRIS. Dr. N. J. Gemge, Harris, had a near escape fiom injury on Nov. 38, while returning to Harris thiongh the sandhills. In many parts of the hills the trails weave between deep cut banka with the view ahead only visible a few feet, as the roadway tuins and twists at abiupt angles. At one of these corners Dr. George met a team and wakon. It was impossible to avoid a crash. The car ran up on the horses, which, like the car, could not get out of the deep ruts. One animal was badly cut and required vetinary attention. None of the men was hurt. The car radiator was damaged. CHARTER RECEIVED BY ELFROS Y.PJL Bishop Congratulates Anglicans on Clearing Debt of Over $1,200 ELFROS. Sunday afternoon the regular bi-monthly service the Anglican Church, Rev. Hully-inent presented a charter to Hariy Elly, piesident of the A.Y.P.A., le-cently organized here. Mr. Bully-ment also conveyed to the congregations the greetings from the bishop, who recently held confirmation service in Wynyard. The bishop congratulated the parish on having cleared a debt of over $1,200 duiing the past few years. The church is now free of any incumbrance. The Anglican Guild held a successful bazaar and tea in the annex on Saturday at which the sum of $50 was realized. Mrs. Elly convened the plain and fancy sewing stall; Mrs. Coleman, produce table, and Mrs. Eecles and Mrs Strickland served tea, A Christmas cake was won by Mrs. Silver-berg. Friday evening a rink benefit dance was well patronized, $38 being realized from the event. The dance was clear of expense as the hall was given free, also the annex for the lunch. The Haimony Six and the Night Hawks gave the music. Delisle DELISLE Ionic Chapter No. 82 O.E.S. met In the lodge room and elected the following officets on Monday evening with Mrs. J. G. Wilkie in the chair: W.M., Mis. Pope; W.P., R. Glauser; A M Mrs. T. Gardner; A.P., R. Haivey; secretary, Miss Dorothy Morgan; treasurer, Mr. A. C. Anderson; cond., Mrs. A. Wilkie; A.C., Mrs. R. Glauser. The slate of appointed officers will be made up In time for the Installation to be held next month. A quilt was completed at this meeting and charitable work discussed. Lunch was served. Members of the Delisle Excelelor Club and a number of other friends met in Cyr's theatre to say farewell to Tom Miles, who has been employed in Robson's store duiing the past two yeais. Games and dancing were followed by supper. As a slight token of remembrance Mr. Miles was presented with a fountain pen by Nat Given, M.L.A. Tommy has left for Wales where he will join his parents and other members of the family. A monster Ice-carnival will be held In the rink on Friday evening December 2, under the auspices of the Dellslc Hockey Club. Three young ladles, namely, Margaiet Ganton, Lillian Kotlowy and Agnes Chezik aie competing for the honor of queen. CURLERS RAISE $34 ANGLIA. The curling club held a successful dance In the hall Friday night. There was a good crowd in attendance. Music was supplied by a tiio from Kosetown. The sum of $31 was realized. Miss Jean Duffus Asquith Speaker ASQUITH -Miss Jean Duffus of Saskatoon, won the Sliest of honor ami special speaker at the thank oflering meeting of the Sunbeam Mission Hand of the Asquith United Church. The president. Miss Dorothy Peat, piesided, and Miss Duf-f us delighted the niembejs with two stories. Musical numbers were contributed by Marjory and Kath-rvn Green and wobei Mather. Tiny Peat, Sli u ley Adair and Kdna Fair-brother gave Watch-tower reading while Mrs R. J Green brought gieetings of the W M S. The sec letaiys report showed a giatifying amount of work had been accomplished lecently by the gills, includ mg preparation and dispatch of e parcel to the Kamsack Indian higt school and the completion of autogiaph quilt. HE WAS TOO Lost 10 lbs. Also Lost His Rheumatism and Indigestion Ai a ftaicsm.in, a load of execs fat wa.snt iimiHi good to him. He admits hi comliUofi lout him buwiness, vj a return to normal weight and titnc. was a Ix-neht to his ptaket as well as to lua health. I waa becoming too fat after reai lung 50, and had attauka of HieumaUsm and indigestion, and my outlook on life was bad. Being a salesman my condition lowered mv business capacity considerably. J took ordinary shiU ami other medii ines. but thev did not do anv permanent good. Then I commenced taking Kmsehen as directed - and really I was fssinusti. iut in spite of that 1 soon iiegan to feel different brighter, stronger, had more energy, no rheumatism, and to my surprise, after two months I lost. 10 Iba. in weight, although I WW, , The numerous y lUl salts in Knische eating mu. h more, as digestion fullness ad tune up the bodily had nearly left me. , functions from a n urn tier of different So I am going on with Kruschen. ai,es- 'our rtomarh, liver and Some days, when haying to kidficy a!! feel the immediate beneftt. awav from home, f forget it one wi'onr 19 iniporftiea apt to forget when feeling so much n' 'Curated and refreshed, better. But f hae regretted ny forJTt mdige-tion, rheumatism forgetfulness, as f have not felt so a,, depression in a new and unfull of vim during the dav. and I feeling of phyncai and fancy I have lost business m conae- ,nntaJ exhilaration, quence. I recommend Knischen on Kruschen Saits a ohtaoiaUs at all ail my trmvcfc," W. H. G. i Drug Store at 45c. aod 75c. par CONCERT GREETED BY PACKED HOUSE Repeated Encores Demanded By Audience Attending Program at Landis LANDIS, The concert given In community hall on Friday evening under the auspices of the Ladies' Aid of the United Church was an outstanding success. A packed house greeted the pel formers and showed appreciation of the varied piogiam by repeated encores. The f'rst pait of entertainment consisted of a series of enjoyable musical numbers' Mrs Florence Wake-lin of Hcott and Mrs. Malcolm Campbell, vocal solos; H. M. Chappell, pianoforte solos; Mrs J. B. Tlnant monologue; operetta, "The Foriune Teller, In which vocal numbers were given by Mesdames E. Nielsen, F. H Eaton, Messrs. J. Eecles, H. M. Chappell. The cast for the comedy, "Marrying off Father, comprised Misses Hazel Miller, M. Williams, E. Beavis, Messrs. H. M. Campbell, Westcott pale, Gerald Phoenix; farce, "Uncle Geoige Pops In," presented by Mesdames W. S. Weber, E. Nielsen, Miss Helen Weber, Messrs. John McLeod, J. Eecles, VY'allac Miller. Miss E. Beavis was accompanist, and Mesdames G. M. Phillips and W. H. Weber directed. Lunch was provided at close of entertainment, proceeds amounted to $73. Lengthened Rink Open for Skating WALDHEIM. The Waldheim rink was opened Friday, John Funk and Cornelius Neufeld are in charge. The rink has been lengthened and generally improved. Season tickets aie $2 each. A hockey team will be organized. There seems to be more interest in skating than ever shown before, so the improved rink will be greatly patronized. For some time the young people of the village have enjoved skating on Dyck's Lake and other ponds, which will now be impossible owing to the fall of five inches of snow. The snowfall was so thick and heavy that 5 inches fell in three hours. Roads are fine for all vehicles, cars being able to make the trip to Saskatoon In one hour and sleighing is improving. Owing to the shortage of soft water, villagers have been making the tan mile trip to the North Saskatchewan river to haul loads of ice for household purposes. Some has been hauled from John Dyck's Lake. Crowds Patronize Bazaar and Tea PLENTY. Friday was a gala day in the Orange hall when the membera of the W A. of the Anglican Church held a bazaar and tea. The hall had the appearance of a midway where guessing contests, fortune telling and rows of fancy work kept the ladies busy all afternoon. Tea was served afternoon and evening. A dinner set of dishes was won by Marlon Scollon. Plenty, luncheon cloth by Mrs. Strange, Kerrobert, doll and doll's bed complete by Geo. Danilk, while the turkey went to Druid. In the evening a play. "All a Mistake, was presented and enjoyed. The sum of $180 was realized. After the play a dance was staged by the rink auxiliary which was also a success. The Kclfield orchestra provided excellent music. ABERDEEN. Aberdeen Young Peoples Society had a good attendance at the lantern lecture on "Strangers From The Far East. The pi esident was in charge of the meeting, with Mr. Bouteillier at the organ, James Tltley operating the lantern and Hubert Cannon lecturing. Mrs. R. Bouteillier read the minutes. The moving picture programs given hero weekly ate being well l eceived. The skating rink here is opening this week, and the curling sheets are nearing completion. Adult skating tickets for the season are $2 and the fee for curlers is set at $5. Miss Draffin's room in the Aberdeen school staged a concert on Friday afternoon which was enjoyed by about 30 mothers, the three trustees and the pastor of the United Church. The choir of boys and girls rendered ovpr 20 numbers, ringing game, dancing game, three ihoit plays and recitations by Ruth Robinson, Irene Buhr, Jackie Walter, Agatha Haider, Leonard Miller and Charlie Gomph. The National Anthem brought the program to a -lose and the teacher was com-nended by the visitors for the fine aii training she had given the boys and girls under her care. FAT AT FIFTY in Two Months I

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