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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta April 22, 1970 THE LETHtRICGE HtRAlD 3 Rouhdub of News TOTS dub CARDSTON (HNS) -The Cardstoo A-Une TOPS Club re- cently held a candlelight cere- mony .at toe home of past-pref- jdent Mrs. Imogene Duce. The king and queen for the past year, Dd Duce and Mrs. Fern Williams, were honored. Mn. Nola Boehmer, Mr t. Fern Williams and Mrs. Mar- ilyn Ockey were KOPS They the members who hare reached their goal for the year. Mrs. Duce installed new offi- cers: president, Mrs. FiwK Hogg; coJeader, Mrs. Nola Boehmer; weight recorder Mrs. Betty Spencer; weigher Mrs. Zola Roberts; treasurer Mrs. Lorraine Palmer; secre- tary, Mrs.'Eleanor Hyde. Gym Tests Held WRENTHAM (HNS) The Warner lions' Club recently sponsored the County of Warn a gymnastic compel jtiflns for pupils in eteffientarv sod junior high schools from the towns of Warner, Coutts New Dayton, Masteasin an Wrentham. The ccmpe titkcis, iirvolvin more than 200 pupils, took place in the Warner High Seboo and t _, floor exercises, ba ance beam, box horse and un- even parallel bars. students from the Wren- tham School received medals Tommy. Grade Randy Gorrill, Grade 4; Dav> Liritski, Grade 3; and Cbarlene MoreUnd! Oppose Drug COALDALE peti- oo against the legalization of juana will be circulated in xtaldate. Canvassers will be going ooof-toxkw requestiBg otiieas to sign. The' petition will be sent to t Canadian government. Any nenon interested to as- ast wiffl canvassing may coo- ,rt Mrs. Olive Wiens at MS- 39M. More District Pages 6, 9 Floor Hockey Set WRENTHAM -The floor hockey teams froc the Wrentham Elementary Scboo in Grades '4, 5 and C are look- ing forward to the county championship play-offs between the north and south regions in River Saturday, April 25 at 9 a.m. Parents and friends are wel come. Without Power TABER (HNS) Taber without electric power service for 112 minutes recently while Calgary Power crew recon- reeled the vott incoming line from the west to clear the new golf A new power' line rioted to the south of the course, atoo the "railway right-of-way, turn- ing north on St., '.was in- stalled earlier' to 'replace.. the pole' line crossing the goi" course. j j. Open House Set GRANTJM (HNS) Mr. aad Mrs.- Walter 'Genesis returned borne from their "recent1 honey moon and wffl hold open hous at their j home Von-. Saturda April 25, from 2.to 9 p.m. Crazy-Fun Day COALDALE (HNS) Crary- Day, arranged by the dale Youth Centre committee, ill be held at 1 p.m. Saturday, Ipril 25, in the Coaldale Com- lunity Hill. Proceeds go to the Sportptex The. Coaldale and District 'ish and Game Association will supply informalko on the trout nod and fly-tyirg demonstra- ____Coaldale Kinettes, i tish pond aod a fortune telling iccth; Coaldak Kinsmen Club, several games of chance; Kale jxtrews High School Students Union is pUrting a kissing booth and pie-throwing contest; Coaldake-Lethbridge 4-H Club, CoiVdale r> ary Chib, bingo; Catho 1 i c Women's League, bake sale Coaldale Pythian Sisters are assisting with a project; K. L Baker Junior High School Stu- dents Unkm, sponsor a shoot irg ganerj'i The Coaldale Youth Centre cotbnittFe has arranged a "dunk tank." Win Trip To U.K. BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau Mr. aod Mrs. John Kulig will travel to England for two week vacation as the. re- sult of a contest won by .Mrs Kldig. sent in one entr to .the "live Like a Ductess contest and was advised last week that she had won a trip Skoting Test .WRENTHAM (HNS) Miss Date RudoV eldest daughter Mr. and Mrs. Ted Rudd Wrentham, recently successfu ly passed the seventh test figures and free skating.- She is a member of the Let bridge Figure Skating Club. Board To Lease 11 School Buses MIA Musical TABER (HNS) A musical production, The Blue Ribbon Iflair, be presented at aber Stake Centre Saturday at 30 p.m. to UK 00th moiversary of the orgus- iatioe of tbe Younf Women's :utual ImjroveiMBt Associa- on. The prtsenUlion Is under the direction of the Sake MIA. It will feature a oat of 75 young people and is directed by state drama director .Mrs. Christine aeeisted by dance cfirec- Mr. and 0. Hall and music director Calm NATAL, B.C. (HNS) At Spanraod Secondary School 11 students were placed on the boar roll white six students re- ceired honorable mention. Placed on the honor rod were Dorothy Wettstein, Barbara Janco, Phyllis Musil, Sandra Pettovello, Jane Adachi, Jo- anne Gris, Anne Katrichak, John Huryn, CaUiy Janco, Jo- anne Ross and Randy Beech. Students receiving honorable CLARESHOLM (HN3) The Board o( Willow Creek school division recently decided to ad- vertise for lenders {or the leas- ing of 11 school buses for use next September. The buses are Jeaced [or a five year period and are to re- place'five leased In 1K5. Rent for the vans in the past has varied from to J. m per month depending on size but may cost more in the future. Stan Price of Acme has been appointed to the tecebtr salary conciliation board. The department of Indian af faks has sent the division a cheque for Vttflt on its account for Indian rtudent rolmeot at Fort Mideod. The' official opening of the F! P. Wabfae High School at Fort Macfcod fa set (or 2 p.m Friday, April 24, with speaker and Leyton Buck wll, MLA of Fort Macleod. The. board has again stated its opposition to driver educa- tion in the division by not ac cepting an offer to send one or two teachers to Edmonton for course in teacher training for driving course. The board has Kt down a no icy on sports participation after receiving a tetter from Stev and Hal Sears of Nanton ask irg that students from Nanton attending the Willow Creek which they are enrolled. The board agreed, however, give consideration to provid- ing transportation needed students from other areas couM get to and from 'games mention were Cheryl Cook, Robert Eberfs, Lynn Thomson, John Saremha, Deame and Gail Petriew; Giles Composite High be allowed t play in Nanton High S c h o 0 garces. The new policy states: Stu- dents are only allowed to par ticroate in sports of Vat scboo X-Roy Clinic BURDETT The free chest x-ray and tuberculin testing clinic Till be in: operation at the Burdett Community Hall Thursday, April 30, from 9 a.m. to 12 noon. The Alberta Tuberculosis and Respiratory Disease 'Associa- tion .is fighting respiratory'di- seases and is supported by the sale of Christmas Seals: Pot-Luck Supper COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) The Horace ADeo Kgh Scboo yearbook committee is sponsc ing a pot-hick supper Saturday May 2. The event will he held in ti Ccteman Elks Hal Tickets available, from Grant Ha Pharmacy Blairm ore, a' Jerry Rejraan or Judy Kulig CoSeman. and practice sessions. The board will appeal lax as- sessment by, the Town of Stavely on playgrounds. A study into comparative cost of janitor senicec is to be made of the high schools in Macleod and Claresholra. 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