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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Wtdneirfny, April 11, 1972 THE UTHBRIOGE HERALD _ 39 RDEK bucket totals Ily NANCY MILKS Herald News Service CRANBKOOK Kcgionnl District ot East Kooleuay board has endorsed ils 1972 liudgcl at SJOO.OIJ5. U includes 1371 o! a surplus from Budget [or 1971 was with the broadened lax base hoisting mill return the actual mill rale on assessment, not yet established, may be down. Us general government ser- vices item, IIDKK function, arc more than doublo a I These services con- tinue to expand. Women of hope gather love is theme of 50th CWL convention May 5 to 7 UlNS) Tlie War- ner Catholic Women's League held its annual meeting recent- Oliver music readv TABER (HNS) April 20 through 22 are the dales (or Hie W. It. Myers Hifih School production o[ Oliver. The inspiration and cllorl of Hie scliool's music department have given tlie stage show all the characteristics of being the best musical ever produced at the school. Director Malcolm Edwards reports that rehearsals have flonc well and that the show is progressing rapidly the I successful climax on the 22nd. The cast includes a total o[ DO students and teachers. The story of Oliver cenlrcs around the adventures of the young workhouse boy whose name Is Oliver. Because he is hungry and asks for more gruel he is sold to an under- taker where his experiences are somewhat less than grati- fying. He runs away and finds him- self in the camp of pick-pock- eting Fagin and his other young thieves. In his first at- tempt at this type of work, Oli- ver is apprehended by the local conslabulary and presently finds himself ensconced in the home of a rich old gentleman after his innocence is establish- ed. Eventually It Is discovered that Oliver Is the scion of a rich family and a plot by the villains of the piece to capture Oliver for their own good de- velops. Fortunately the plot fails and Ihe villains die as Oliver is re- stored to his benefactors. Tickets for the Oliver pro- duction are available from any member of the cast and from the school office. Atten- dance will be limited to 400 seals for each performance. y at the b o m e of Mrs. M. lerbsl, with Mrs. M. G. Hep- pier as co-hoslcss. Miss P. Ti-oirll lead Hie opcn- .ng prayer and gave a spiritual reading. The Calgary diocesan will nolcl its SOlli convention May 5, i and 7 in the Highlander Hotel. Theme of the convention will be "Women of hope gathered love." Mrs. V. Hcppler. Mrs, S. B. Colliu, Mrs. C. Drake, Mrs. J. Pittman and Mrs. A. Troidl plan to attend. Mrs. Troidl will be among (hose to be honored as Hie old- est member of the Warner L along with oilier early members from other councils in the dioecesc. The annual supper and instal- lation of officers will be held April 21 at 7 p.m. An invitation has been issued lo all women of the parish and their husbands. Annual reporls were given by the conveners and adopted. pier, president; Mrs. S. B. Col- 1 mental services which was fi- 1 n, 1st vice-president; Mrs. M. 1 nally allowed appears again In i Icrbst, 2nd vice-president; Mrs. M. G. Hepplci-, 3rd vice- president; Mrs. M. Flexbaug, secretary and Mrs. N. Clayton, .reasurer. New conveners will be pointed at a later date. Mercer sons; Prairie Rose by WI A scholarship for Grade 12 ;ocinl studies was approved. New officers: Mrs. V. Hep On the revenue side main In- crease will conic from Hie con- ditional transfers from Uie or- municipalities at. up from This rc- VUIUR is on total iisscssnicnt basis while the unorganized, is on mill rnlc basis collected by Hie province. Oilier revenue is from relurn (or services anil modest senior I government granls, tt D E K Krauts -structure to orfianlza I lions within its area, including i library and ambulance service laljy SJ5.000 this year. Questioned expenditure item .asl year of for environ- pro. fcssionnl consultant services. ap- House saved by firemen COWLEY (HNS) Mrs. and Mrs. Van der Heide and fami- ly, live southwest ol Cuwley. had a most unhappy evening recently when, in the midst of a swiriing snowstorn, their house caught fire. Sam expected to crush soon SPARWOOn (HNS) Ey summer Sam, the car body crushing machine, is expected in the Regional District of East I Koolcnay. j Not- however, be The n n n o u n c e m c n t was the main living room was made by A. J. Heatheringtnn. He arranges Sam's tour throughout the province lo crush old car bodies for sale as scrap. Anywhere a municipality can gather 50 or more car bodies; lor crushing, Ram will visit and crush them into a package. extensively damaged. The family was taken in by Mrs. Van der Heide's parents Mr. and Mrs. Vander Linden, a scant half mile distant. Some insurance was carried Tiie cause of the blaze is at Lrilnilcd wiring. to faulty electrica Honor roll contains pupils District news NATAL (HNS) Principal J. Mitchell of the Spanvood .-.-I-I Elementary School says 58 pu- cllfl pils were placed on the honor roll while four were given hon- orable mention. Honor roll: Grade 4: Suzanne ilall, Brcnda Hildebrandt, lomano, Sylvic Kelly Schchel, Maria Civiclin, Kevin United Church Women Jrk IClltlOllIIJ COUTTS (HNS) April meeting of the Coutts United Church Women was held at the homo of Mrs. Norman Thomp- Sulckorl, Michelle Ulm'cr, Sle-' son wilh Mrs- E- Ford as phcn Anderson, Barry Musil, hostess. Marilyn Baytalukc. Valerie Lundstrom, Randal Clarke, Mi- chael Galla, Debbie Urness, Di- that is taking place In the structure of the UCW. A workshop for Podrashy draws pat the back OIL NATAL (UN'S) Sparwood High School Curling League re- cently complimented rinks win- ning sections In league compe- tilion. Mark I'odrasky, as skip ol aime Urness, Linda Latka. Grade 5: Drcnda Dyck. 13ar- j.-ra Dyck. Diane Billy OJiver, Joyce Yec, Stan- ley Loo, Rocky Uarrass, Pen- ny Chatterson, Odette conference Tonl Lynn Gnlla, Michelle Koz-------------- ler, Alan Whitlaker. Grade 6: Jackie Northey. Joanne Urness, Karen McPhcr- son, Sleven Marlindalc, Anderson, Linda Pisoni, Arlene Dyer, Michael Rybachuk, War- Ellt Vallcy highway and pro- The devotion was given by i The May meeting will be Mrs. Ford. held in Ihc church and mcm- The UCW will serve lunch at! bcrs arc lo bring a guesl. the C'oovor auction sale. The study for this meeting Three boxes of clothing were: will be The Battered Child lakcn lo Ihe Friendship Con-! he, Lelhbridge. Mrs. W. ForcJ reported on thej Wl and the change! SchooJ IcacJicrs and leaders is i hvo different rinks, was recog. being planned for some time in nized for accomplishing tho May. It will he held at Milk< rare feat of winning both scc- Hiver. The Road projects rcn Johnson, Kevin Hall, Trudy Chervl Hopman, Morgan, posed Sparwood by.pass arc continuing projects Margaret Yec, Sherri Bellamy, department of highway crews Vincent Bouvier, Marilyn v, ill be working this summer. Blair Peebles, Rosemarie Rake, Arthur Skow, Audrey Surrao. Grade 7: Glenna Parry, Mary SzlUkc, Kalph RuLsch- raann, Barbara Halladay, Wen- says William Buddcn, high- ways department superinlea- dent of the Femie area. Mr. Buddcn said that present plans call lor construction and gravelling of an additional dy Weltstein, Wendy miles of the Elk Valley road Ricky Make, Allan Echadlich, I as well as paving if weather Colin Hall. (permits. Honorable mention; Tina Ry- Mr. Budden said he hopes to bachuk, Veronica Peebles. Dan j sec completion of Ihe Spar- Walker and Candace DeAnna. wood by pass this year. lions o[ tlie league's Competi- tions. He skipped the rink which won Hie firsl half draw sched- ule in November and Decem- ber uilh members Bob Parry, Kathy Doralty, second, and Kiithy Jones, lead. For Ihe league championship tirsw, January lo March, all rinks were reorganized, there- by creating rinks ol equal strength. Podrasky once again came on strong to win the sec- ond draw schedule with the help J of members Carl Cimolini. third; Val House, second, and Janice Katrichak, lead, to bo utility apron (hat also serves Presented with the Kiki's sun bonnet. i sees new apron ETZIKOM Hop- ping Women's Insiitute met re- NATAL (HNS) The upper cenlly al Ihe home of Mrs. Henry (Margaret) Scherer. Mrs. Jack (Hannah) Griffith combinr.tioli as a It was decided to assemble hope chest articles for a draw. It also decided lo pub- lish a W.I. Cook Book in the near fulure with a planning commillee comprising Mrs. Tony (Frances) Herhst, Mrs. George (Josephine Kauth, Mrs. Ralph (Doreen) Lee and Mrs. Isabel Laqua. The hostess gift was pre- senled (o Mrs. Ralph (Grace) iDixson. Lunch was served. .sfer Trophy as well as in- dividual Irophics for each mem- ber of the rink. The trophy for the "most-Im- proved was won by Jimmcy Bsllina. The trophy for the "most Im- proved girl" went to Debbie Wood. In a ballot noted for its ex- ceptional closeness, Joanne Gris won the award for the "over-all most Improved curl- er." Frank Reid shows slides on N. Zealand COALDALE (UN'S) Frank Reid of Camrose, at the recent supper meeting of the Coaldalc Rotary Club, showed slides of his trip lo New Zealand and other areas. He was assisted by Gerald Perry of the Chin district. Mr. Reid and Mr. Perry were chosen by Rotary clubs in the spring of 1971 for the group study program sponsored by the Rotary Foundation. Four others and one Rolarian in Rotary Zone iiUG, which com- prises parts of Alberta, Saskat- chewan and Montana, went lo Zone 292. This took them to northern New Zealand, Samoa and Tonga. Both Mr. Reid and Mr. Perry are farmers. Those selected were not (o he Rolarians but chosen by Rotary clubs. The program was lor eight weeks. The presentations showed, all aspects of the locations loured including farming, scenery which was also mountainous, u-ilh beautiful skiing locations and streams. Mr. Reid said when you are in New Zealand you are never more than 60 miles from Ihc ocean. A return exchange program from Zone 292 in New Zealand 's expected lo arrive in Calgary May 8 and continue In this Zone 53G until June 30. Alton Knapp was in charge (he program. I.en Scheibner Is the 1971-72 sung WARNER (HNS) The War- ner Women's Institute met at (he home of Mrs. C. Drake with Mrs. J. Cress as co-hostess. Mrs. Drake introduced the women to a new Alberta song, Prairie Hose, lyrics and words written by Mrs. Mary Mercer of Gleichen. Opening song was Easter Pa- rade followed by a reading of Praying Hands by Mrs. J. Carr. Roll call involved Ihe topic What Is a Canadian? It was answered by 13 members. Also present was one girls' club member, Theresa Krysak, and one visitor, Mrs. J. Hepplcr. A motion to send a 20-year service pin to Mrs. C. Ander- son, who recently moved to Gainsford was approved. A book of poems by the late Mrs. K. Pittnian was presented for approval and will bo placed in the Warner Memorial Lib- rary. Rick Hulcliinson was re- imbursed for the typing. Delegates Mrs. Drake, Miss P. Troidl and Mrs. J. Liebelt gave a report ol the District 4 WI conference held nt Medi- cine Hat recently. Theresa Krysak gave a re- port of the March meeling ot the Jolly Janes girls' club. They earlier toured the Alberta Wheat Pool elevator. Airs. S- Howkins, citizenship convener, spoke about her re- cent trip lo Hawaii. Birthday raffles were won by i Mrs. Carr and Miss Troidl. Tea raffles were won by Mrs. Ileppler and Mrs. Liebelt. New monitors Dick Crabb, Orlando head club BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Dick Crabb has been clecletl chairman and Angelo Orlando vice-chairman of the newly- formed nlairtnorc smior cil- imis' club. A secretary-treasurer will lie appointed al Ihe next meeling. The club was formed at general meeting held in the Roman Catholic Parish Hall here. K was attended by 27 nior citizens and sponsored by (he preventive social sen-ice department. Speakers .included Nora Colliding, Mrs. J. Bodiscli and Steve Penney of the Colcman senior citizens group and Scot- ty Hobson of (he Bellcvue-Hill- crest senior cilizens' club. Speakers ouUined activities of their groups and the benefit to be achieved through such an organizalion. The new group will applj for a charier to become asso- ciated wilh Ihe Alberla Pen sioners Association and mem NATAL (HNS) The lalcst Dick Crabb, Angelo Orlan tlo, Tony Patera and Joe Bob rosky were named as delegates lo allcnd the next association m c e I i n g to make persona application. The Blairmore group meet again April 27 and inter type of hydraulic monilors h.ivc rcccnlly been installed in (he Kaiser Resources hydrau- lic mine at Sparwood. These mar-nines have many improvements over Ihc origin- pi Japanese designed moni- turs. and are Ihe results of ideas .snhmillcd to manage- ment by the operators Iliein- sclvcs. estcd Citizens arc invited to al lend. Lunch was served by Klora Mickcls and Dorothy Me Null. SIMPSONS-SEARS POLYESTER KNITS FOR KIDS MAKE LIFE EASIER FOR MOMS Polyester knits were mode for fun, not ]uit for dress-up. They wash like a charm and never need ironing, lhal's why mothers love Ihem. They coma in neat styles and feel so comforlable, lhal'i why kids love them. Sizes 4, 5, 6, 6x. A. Boy's jackef in popular battle slyle wilh chrome builon front and flapped pockels. For dress or play. Brown only. B. Neat flared pants wilh bnttle jacket. Zipper front1. Patch pockels. Perma Prest finish. Brown only. C. Girls' blazer with snoppy edging and bultons. Single breaMed patch pockels. Navy- While, Lilac White. 0. Team up ihe blazer thf.sC Flared pants. Easy-on elasltcized waisl. In colours of Navy-While, lilac-While, E, Button fronl dress in Peler Pan style wilh controlling Irim. Molch- ing hot ponlsr boxer back. Navy- While, Lilac-Wl, F. Skinny rib T-shirt la team up wilh pan Is, hoi pan Is, etc. Mock turtle neck with nylon front lipper. While only. G. Hoi skirt with contrasting trim and bullons. Elasticized back waist. Skirf front over hoi panls. Navy- Uloc-Wt, H. Bib front hot panti with shoul- der straps and contrasting bullons ond trim. Elaslic bock waist. Navy- Wf.; Lifac-Wt. 4.99 7.99 3.99 9.99 2-99 4-99 4.99 QUALITY COSTS IVO MORE AT SIMPSONS-SEARS STORE HOURS: Open Daily 9 a.m. to p.m. Thursday ond Friday a.m. to 9 p.m. Centre Village. Telephone ;