SASKATCHEWAN AND ITS PEOPLE
1924



         
STANLEY McDONALD MIGHTON.
Prominent in the legal circles of Battleford is Stanley McDonald Mighton, a member of the well known firm of Sparling & Mighton. He was born in Woodstock, Ontario, on the 9th of November, 1893, a son of Thomas and Abigail (McDonald) Mighton, also natives of that prov- ince. The father was a prominent agriculturist of his native province, where he spent his life. He died in April, 1894, and Mrs. Mighton passed away in May of the year 1915. The grade and high schools of Saskatoon afforded Stanley McDon- ald Mighton his education. He came west with his mother in 1908 and subsequently enrolled in the University of Saskatchewan at Saskatoon and the B. A. degree was conferred upon him in 1915. He received his Master's degree the following year. He then entered the law office of H. G. Sparling at Battleford and was called to the bar in 1921. In 1922 he formed a partnership with Mr. Sparling and they have an extensive and important clientele. Mr. Mighton has brought to the profession thorough training and innate ability and the future holds much in store for him in a professional way. In July, 1923, Mr. Mighton was married to Miss Antoinette Prince, a daughter of Alphonse and Josephine (Arcand) Prince. Mr. Prince is a farmer in Battleford district and prior to engaging in agricultural pursuits he was in business with his brother, the late Senator Prince. In his political views Mr. Mighton is a Conservative and he is well in- formed on all important questions and issues of the day. He is ever ready to lend his aid to any movement for the upbuilding of the com- munity. His religious faith is that of the Catholic church. Fraternally he is identified with the Saskatchewan Bar Association and the Canadian Bar Association and also holds membership in the Battleford Bar As- sociation. Socially he is identified with the Canadian Club and the Battle- ford Golf & Tennis Club. He is one of the most promising of the younger barristers of this district and has won the respect of his fellow men, including his professional brethren. Bibliography follows:


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