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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 13, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Mark anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Chester Williams of Pincher Creek mark their 50th wedding anniversary with a gathering of 100 friends in the United Church basement. They were mar- ried at Swift Current, Sask., March 28, 1923. They have two children, Mrs. Louise McLeod of Pincher Creek and Mrs. Wilma Schnarr of Fort Macleod, two grandsons and two granddaughters. Taber Quarter Horse Show to be judged by Bennett TABER (HNS) Plans have been made and prize lists mail- ed for the annual Taber Quar- ter Horse Show to be held May 19. It is sponsored by the Taber Eight Club. It is held in conjunction with the annual rodeo on the follow- ing Sunday and Monday, Victo- ria Day. Eddie Sparks is show chair- man, and Mrs. Pat Sparks sec- retary. Hugh Bennett of Colorado Springs, Col, will judge the 1973 show. Prize lists are available from the secretary at Box 2144, Ta- LOT BRINGS COALDALE (HNS) A town lot sold for recently with the best bid offered by Dave Dyck. There were three b5ds for the 82-foot-wide town-owned lot. REMEMBER..The Application Deadline is APRI Families tarn out to paint NEW DAYTON (HNS) The entire community went to work to paint the interior of the auditorium here recently. Materials supplied by the rec- reation association were used. Much enthusiasm was shown as whole families turned out to get the job done. Women served coffee to the workers. Friday, April 13, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 Bob Blackmer heads curlers MILK RIVER The Milk River Curling Club held its an- nual supper meeting recently with about 60 members on at- tendance. President Bob Blackmer conducted the meeting. Officers include: president Bob Blackmer; vice-president Ron Fleming; 2nd vice pres- ident Norman Vornbrock, and draw masters Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hacke. Ice committee chairman Is Leonard Wensmian Men's prize committee chair- man is Ron Fleming. Banquet committee chairman is Mrs. Jean Thielen Square draw trophies were presented to the Glen Ellert, Roger Thompson, Ron Hierath and Leo Wachtler rinks. Resigns post Dave Hembling of Pt'n- eher Creek has resigned as director of Preventive Social The move is effective May 31. He has accepted a post as director of the South Okanagan Human Resources Society at Penticton, B.C. It oper- ates a centre for emotion- ally troubled children. Mr. and Mrs. Hembling and their two children will leave Pincher Creek June 1. 30TH INSURANCE LOWER PREMIUMS -by one-third on the average. HIGHER COVERAGE BIGGER DISCOUNTS NEW LOW-COST HAIL ENDORSEMENT Ministerial approval awaited CRANBROOK Only approval of the provincial minister of lands and forests is reouired to complete purchase by'Crestbrook Forest Industries Ltd. of Kootenay Forest Prod- ucts Ltd. of Nelson. CFI president is V C. Brown. KFP is a wholly-owned sub- sidiary of Eddy Match Ltd. of Hull. Quebec. It began as W. W. Powell Match Company some 40 years ago. before paper matches undermined the stick match business. It converted to lumber under various managements and now has an efficient and substantial sawmill planer complex and plywood plant on the Kootenay Lake west arm just outside Nelson. CFI and Eddy board of direc- tors have reached agreement, but B.C. ministerial approval is required to transfer to CFI the important tog quotas held by KFP in crown land sustained yield units mainly north and west of Kootenay Lake just west of the Purcell ridge sep- arating them from East Koote- nay SYU in which CFI has quotas. Concert Saturday The Cardston High School Band will present a spring concert at 8 p.m. Saturday in the E. J. Wood School. A special feature will be "Relax" by Paul Yoder which is scored for the more unusual instruments. Six soloists who will set the mood for this unique rhumba are, from left, Teresa Pitcher, oboe; Rod Beazer, baritone saxophone; Daphne Spackman, French horn; Kim Scott, bass clarinet; Kathy Hogenson, bassoon; and Marlene Kennard, bongo drums. Taber Red Cross branch elects Mrs. Hildenbrand TABER (HNS) Mrs. Vir- ginia Hildenbrand is the new president of the Taber branch, Canadian Red Cross Society, succeeding Mrs. Helen Wentz. Olher officers are Edward J. Hemple, vice president; Mrs. Janet Coghill, secretary trea- surer; Harlan WaddJe, cam- paign chairman; and Mrs. Bert Thompson, publicity. Mrs. Fay Sloane is convener for blood donor clinics. Mrs W. T. Zacbarias is in charge of the sewing program. The spring campaign for funds is reaching its ob- jective. SADDLE CLUB TABER (HNS) The next meeting of the Sugartown Sad- dle Club will be at the com- munity centre Wednesday, April 18. Films will be shown. The meeting will be preceded by a Gymkhana at the r o d e o grounds at 1-30 p.m. April 15 for which anyone interested is in- vited at no charge. Timbertrails 4H Club lias good leaders, programs COALDALE (HNS) The Barons-Eureka Health Unit is sponsoring the following infant and pre-school clinics: ENCHANT: Tuesday, April 17, in the school from 1 to S p.m. TABER: Tuesday, April 17. in the health unit office in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. COALDALE: Thursday, April 19. in the health unit of- fice (upstairs in the Town Of- fice Building) from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and T30 to 4 p m. TABER: Thursday. April 19. in the health unit office in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. HARDIEVTLLE: The clinic at Hardieville is cancelled due to the Good Friday holiday on April 20. For social service appoint- ments telephone: Coaldale 345- 3388: and Taber 223-3911. The medical officer of health urges parents to ensure their children are fully protected against contagious disease. In- formation on venereal disease, a mounting health problem, is readily available and fully con- fidential. SOUTHERN AtBERTA BUSINESS SAMPLER CANCER DRIVE MILK RIVER (HNS) The Catholic Women's League of Milk River is conducting a can- cer fund-raising drive in the itown and district. COWLEY (HNS) The Tim- bertrails 4H Club has a pro- gram with two sections They enjoy sewing and pho- tography under E. Lank and Mrs. R. S. Buries. The beef section 5s led by Hu- bert DeLinte with auxiliary helpers B. Pisony, George Mo- watt, L. Dingreville and S. Douglas. The Timbertrails Club had then- speak-off in the Cowley Community Hall. Judges were H. Lynch-Staunton, C. R. Elton and Mrs. H. Pharis. The timekeepers were R. S. Buries and E. Lank Six speakers com- peted, four from the multiple section and two from the beef section. There were five juniors and one senior speaker. From the sewing section, Debbie DeLinte took first place and Caroline DeLinte took sec- ond. The beef section saw Rad- ley Pisony take first and Don Mowatt second. At the senior level, Heather Buries took fust place. WANTED IMMEDIATELY CAPABLE and RESPONSIBLE MAN or COUPLE FOR FEED LOT AND FARMING OPERATION Home and utilities supplied. Salary to be negotiated. Apply to 8OX 4, THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Siuishiners may buy coffee urn ETZIKOM (HNS) The Etzikom Sunshine Club met re- cpntly at the home of Mrs. I'.ck (Val) Wiggell. A discussion on the purchase of a coffee urn and tableware was tabled until the next meet- ing. Mystery pals were revealed and thanked for gifts and cards. New officers are Mrs. Jerome Stromsmoe, president; Mrs. Hilmar (Katie) Halvorson, sec- retary treasurer; Mrs. Elmer (Gladys) Genno, vice pres- ident; and Mrs. Kay Sheltgen, collections. The hostess gift went to Mrs. Gladys Stromsmoe. The next meeting is slated for May 2 at the home of Mrs. Harry (Betty) Cooper. BEER GARDEN COALDALE (HNS) Coal- dale Kinsmen have received permission to operate a beer garden at the Kinsmen Rodeo here Aug. 2 and 3 95th birthday Claresholm pioneer Ole Hustad of Lethbridge will mark his 95th birthday Monday, April 16. He came to Claresholm in 1902. He farmed south and east of Claresholm and also work- ed land on the Cameron Ranch and east of Granum. Still active, he shovelled snow this winter and is now digging around the garden. He likes to drive and derives great pleasure in his two granddaughters. Dawn and Leona DeBoer of Barons. Elephant sale today PINCHER CREEK (Special) The White Elephant Sale at the Community Hall will be held Friday, April 13. at 7 p m. Persons with anything sale- able, other than used clothing, are urged to donate it. To date a propane torch, hay and produce are listed. Articles of baking will be much appreciated. It is planned serve coffee and a light lunch. All money M will be the K.C COMING WATCH Home of fine Brazier foods Dairy Queen brazier NORTH STORE ONLY See Xour Local Agent NOW for full information ENSURE YOUR PAYDAY FOR'73 ALBERTA CROP INSURANCE CORPORATION WO FIRST STRffcT S.W., CAIGARV, ALBERTA T2R OV2 Alan W. Rains 2102 18th Ave. S. IfTHBRlDGE, AtTA. Phone Gibb's Insurance Service BARONS. AITA Phone 757-3820 ST. AUGUSTIN'S PARISH GUILD AUCTION SALE at the CHURCH HALL CORNER 4th AVE. and Wh ST. S., LETHBRIDGE Tonight, April 13th at 7 p.m. TERMS CASH NO RESERVE on offer a good choice of Home Furnishings 0 Dishes Appliances Plus other useful items SAlf CONDUCTED BY HURIBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. DAYS ONLY! WE) 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 DAIRY BRAZIER FOODS IN 1ETHBRIDGE. 10 SPEED BICYCLE TO BE GIVEN AWAY ABSOIUTOY FREE BE SURE TO ENTER YOUR NAME FOR THE DRAW] NORTH STORE ONLY st 327.4855 lethbridge Collegiate Institute Presents ROGERS and HAMMERSTEINS CAROUSEL YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE Monday, April 16 AH scots Students night Tuesday, April 17, Wednesday, 18 Thundoy, April 19 All seals 00 available of leister's ICI or of door ;