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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 12, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Thurtdoy, April 12, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 membership hit new high Pincher co-op scales peaks PINCHER CREEK (Special) The 52nd annual meeting of the Pincher Creek Co-operative Association was held here re- cently with 150 member? and guests in attendance. Hugh Cameron, president of the board of directors, thank- ed members for their continued support which enabled the co-op to "reach an all-time high in sales, saving and active mem- bership." Bob Nishikawa, general man- ager, reported that extensive renovations and expansion were evident in 1972, in the food centre and the Cowley branch service centre. The "snak bar" has proven to be a success and a popular gathering place. In the area of youth pro- grams, a 10-week retail course for some 30 high school stu- dents was successful. The auditor's report showed More district pages 9, 15 the co-op to be In a very healthy financial condition Total assets are now in ex- cess of The statement of operations showed total sales of on which net savings of were realized. All department's showed an increase in the net with the ex- ception of the petroleum de- partment where higher cash volume rebate and higher oper- ating cost resulted in a lower net. This was anticipated. Patronage refund rates on 1972 business were announced. Food and clothing five per cent; lumber, hardware, and appli- ance nine per cent; feed, salt and twine five per cent; fertil- izer 10 per cent; petroleum 10 per cent; butterfat five cents a pound. Cash payment of 12V2 per cent of member's share will be made this spring which will amount to over Fraternal greetings were brought to the meeting by Alphie Johnson of Medicine Hat, representing the UFA Co-op; Lorne Helland of Cal- gary, representing federated co-operatives; and Al Stanford, representing Harold Webber, di- rector of co-operative activities Kinsev receives charter J for Raymond agri society RAYMOND fHNSI Ray- mond and District Agriculture Society president Dick Kinsey is most optimistic for the so- ciety's success. A recent banquet and eve- ning of entertainment in the IDS Culture Centre drew a large number of agriculture .people. J. P, Gylander, head of the municipal relations branch, urchased. WALSH CATTLE MARKETING ASSOCIATION FOR SALE FEEDER YEARLINGS (FOR GRASS OR FEEDLOT) SAT, APRIL 14th -1 p.m. J. FULTON, Secretary WALSH, ALTA. Phone 937-2424 Vimy night honors veterans BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) A Vimy night honoring vet- erans, their wives and widows of veterans of the First World War was held in the Blairmore Legion club rooms recently. It was attended by 40 people. The event, jointly sponsored by the Blairmore, Bellevue and Coleman Legions, began with a cocktail hour followed by a hot turkey supper prepared by the men of the Blairmore branch No. 7 and served by the Women's Auxiliary to the Le- gion. DISTRICT School libraries win cash gifts Three Fort Macleod schools receive cash gifts from the Fort Macleod Nowicki, F. P. Walshe School principal, Eileen Mason, his librarian; Ron Historical Association to expand their reference libraries. Mrs. Muriel Broadhead, principal of the W. A. Day School; Doreen White, librarian of Ragan, association past-president, far'left, presents the gifts to Andy the two elementary schools; and Noel Doherty, G. R. Davis School principal. Foremost hockey players win awards Honor newlyweds PINCHER CREEK (Special) Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Eddy of Burmis hosted a dinner for 28 >eople in honor of their son-in- iaw and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Brown, newlyweds vis- ting here. They are from Aus- :ralia and are now spending a few weeks visting friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Brown have visited en route in Mexico, New York and Montreal and will continue on to Japan before returning to Australia. By GEOFF TAGG Special Correspondent FOREMOST The Fore- most Minor Hockey Association wrapped up the 1972-73 season with a banquet and awards night attended by more than 250. Sponsors are the Skiff Ladies Club, Lions, Elks, and the Foremost High School Students Union. President Bob Kuhl thanked them for donating their time. Zone 6 chairman Chuck Southerland spoke on the aims of the provincial association. He outlined what the provin cial association was doing for minor hockey players at all lev els, particularly emphasizing junior hockey and the effect could have on the player's edu cational opportunities. Lorne Dick, vice president of student affairs and commjun ity services at the Medicine Hat College, spoke of programs offered by his institution. These enable senior boys to con tinue their education and at the same time participate in hockey. Jim Hilde brand. Zone 5 chairman and a well-known ref- eree, emphasized that ability is not enough. There must also be a desire on the part of the player to do well. He urged coaches and parents to remem- ber that boys are hockey play- ers and not machines. A list of award winners fol- lows with leagues abbreviated Home of fine Brazier Foods Queen NORTH STORE ONLY brszjer 2 "DAYS ONLY! Friday and Saturday April 13th and 14th BIG BRAZIER FRENCH FRIES MILK SHAKE VISIT US THIS WEEKEND FOR FUN GAIORE AS WE CELEBRATE THE 3rd ANNIVERSARY OF NORTH BRAZIER FOODS IN LETHBRIDGE. 10 SPEED BICYCLE TO BE GIVEN AWAY ABSOiUTElY FREE BE SURE TO ENTER YOUR NAME FOR THE DRAW NORTH STORE ONLY 516-13.1, N.-PH. Mity Mites, MM: Tiny Mites. TM: Pee Wees, PW; and Ban- tams, B. Top scorers: Michael Ham- Marvin Kern manages bank TABER (HNS) Marvin Kern is the new manager of the Taber branch, Canadian Impe- rial Bank of Commerce, suc- ceeding William Rogan. He left Taber to manage the Jasper Ave. branch at Edmon- ton. Mr. Kern was formerly em- ployed at Provost. mel, MM: Andy Thompson. TM; Tim Karl, PW; and Brad Werk, B. Most valuable: Matthew Kab- ayama, MM; Dean Arnold. TM: Scott Heck, PW; and Marty Jurgens, B. Most improved: Todd O'Hara, MM; Leonard Harass TM; Biiiy Nicoll, PW; and Grant Christensen, B. Runners up awards in var- ious categories went to Mark Nelson, Doug Konno, Rodney Kuehn, Roger Rarick, Jimmy Hougen, Mark Kabayama, Todd Coverdale, Darrel Kuhl, Jimmy Bourret, Roddy Granberg, Lorn Hougen and Ken Kultgen. Coaches are Mortey Stafford, Charlie Hougen, John Thomp- son, Bill Rogers, Dave Bernt- son, and Henry Jurgens. REPORT your 11 wm...........to..... The Lethbridge Herald I Correspondent in Your Area I BARNWELL MRS. WAITER GRIGOR 223-8121 I BARONS NORMA MYSON 757-3950 BLACKIE MRS. JIM MONTGOMERY 684-3380 BOW ISLAND MRS. D. ROBERTSON 545-2192 MRS. ALICE SCHAUFELE CARDSTON MRS. NORMA HULL.................... 653-2054 CARMANGAY MRS. A. T. SHUMAKER 643-2129 Contact these people for your District News or Classified Advertising 15 DAYS LEFT1 ARE YOU BEING PRESSURED ON YOUR INCOME Wh0rt you prcporo your own fox fcturn foe WANTED IMMEDIATELY CAPABLE and RESPONSIBLE MAN or COUPLE FOR FEED LOT AND FARMING OPERATION Home and utilities supplied. Salary to be negotiated. Apply to BOX 4, THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD WIN FREE THE KEWNATOR APPLIANCE OF YOUR CHOICE NOTHING TO BUY (Details at Smith's) Know ir yovre Hiingi right, lei H R BLOCK prepare it for you. Receive BIOCK'S famous guarantee of ac- curacy. Why rok a costly See BLOCK. WISHING WELL SALE A sample of the Savings KELVINATOR FOR Color T.V. Appliances CLOSED MONDAYS OPEN THURS. AND FRI. TRl 9 P.M. 236 13th ST. N. 815 3rd AVE. SO. 314 13th ST. NO. OPEN 9 A.M.-9 P.M. WKKCAVS, 9-5 SAT. PH. 337-3712 OPEN TO7VJGHT _ NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY ;