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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta IE1HBRIOGE HtEAlD 3 .er cFadden recites llv HVTII Herald News STIRLING Speech arts stu- dents, parents ami elocution in- structor Mrs. Mill-Kurd Xaugc nicl for licr lire-festival recital recently. Sheri McFiiddcn, 15, of Lctli- bridge, aMcd everyone with her portrayal ol The Tragedy of Nan Jcilm llasctield. Miss lias been studying speech urt.s for more tlinn four years will) Mrs. XuugR. She has won silver medals ami a schol- arship for her presentations. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Barry McFadden of Lcthbridgc, she is doing some outstanding work in speech arts through Iho Mount Royal Conservatory, Calgary. Jliss McKaddeti a bronze medal and a mark of 90 for her speech arts theory and a S2S scholarship and silver medal for achieving a mark of S3 in the practical examination in Grade 7 speaking work. The awards were presented at the convocation held earlier this year in the Jubilee Auditorium, Calgary. She started lour years ago. l.ce Montgomery, 17, of Lcth- bridge, showed line talent in lier portrayal of Shakespeare's The Taming ol the Shrew. Gloria Kamitomo, 17, of Ray moml, beautifully recited E. J Pratt's The Dying Eagle. Both of these girls have also received medals and praise foi their past spcccli arts work. MISS McFAHDEN The youngest of the 31 per- ormers was Cheryl Bohnc, 5, f Raymond. She shows a nat- ral lalcnl and IMS been study !g for n short time. Senior performer Mrs. Grace of Milk River recited a enlimental poem by John cy of Welling. Two separate duologues were ivcn. The lirsl was Booth 'arkington's Penrod by two o u n g, talented boy.s from Vrcntham, Gerry and Billy telson. A highly dramatic duologue, Iharlottc's Web by E. P. Vhite, was presented by two Raymond tcen-agttl giris. Dana Galbraith portrayed the emo- ional pig and Diane Keeler was he practical rat. No grades were given. This vas a recital to demonstrate -ibilitics and to help get the students ready for the Kiwanis Music Festival at Lethbridgo. The festival will see some ex- cellent performances from .hese students. There will 70 selections !rom this group. utfenti of Mrs. Margaret Fautjg listed. Names (n parenthesis In. ctt'd the preceding name. LYRIC POETRY orolhy Ann Palmer, RaymondQ nda Oishi, Slfrling; Roger HoH, Raymond [Gloria San- Kamilnrno, Raymond: Jirn S1 ev- ens on, Raymond; Carolyn Keeler. Raymond; Marcia Brewerlon, AM- ejralJi; Elaine Knlmfnmo, Raymond; Douglas Keeler, Raymond; Dawn vles, Lefhbridge; Cortney Brewerroo, Magrath; and tffi. Grace Snow, River. DRAMATIC POETRY Cheryl Bohne, Raymond (Gloria Sylvia Olshi, Stirling; John Sfevcasofi, Raymond; Shauna Parks, Raymond; Sherllyn Palmer, Raymond (Befh Dwayne Farmer, Raymond (Btlh Shauna N alder, Raymond (Ruth Hai- der) Sharon Miller, Raymond tRulh N Diane Bridge, Raymtnd (Ruth N Maureen Snow, MIIK River (Grace Srvowt; Kaiven Sle' Raymond; Billy anrf Gary Knighl PROSE Gary KamilorViO, Ray mood. DUOLOGUE Gerry and Billy Nelson, Dana GalbraHh and Diane Keeler, Raymond. SOLO SCENES Lee AAonfgornery. Lelhbrldqe; Shan V-cFariden, LelhbriJge; and Gloria Kamilarna, Raymond. MUSICAL INTERLUDES F'iano solo, Billy Nelson, piano duel. Dawn and Kathy navies. BILL BUTTERWICK AS FINIAN MdONERGAN RACHEL LUCA AS SUSAN MAMONEY Nelson, Wren t ham; Lei rib ridge. Two school bus routes to be ended at Piiiclier PFNCHKR CRKEK (Special) Having reduced the budget by cutting down on teach- ing staff and by cutting in other areas, the hoard of trustees of Ihe Pincher Creek school divi- sion turner! if.s attention to t ran spoliation at its April meeting. A survey of all routes had been made. The hoard proposed that Sale of heifers s loii PINCE1KR CRKEK At a recent meeting of the newly-orKcmizc.fi Pincher Creek Cattle Breeders Association., tentative pin us were laid in connection with holding a se- lective auction sale next fall of commercial or registered males. The directors will make en- quiries throughout the commu- nity' to determine whether not such a Ciittlc is war- ranted. The next directors meeting is scheduled for the middle of May, loading he reorganized so that .wo routes can be eliminated. This will mean a saving in salary and a need to purchase fewer vans as replacements. H was proposed side runs .hat take the bus off the main route by up to one-half a mile e discontinued. Grants from the department of education were frozen two years a.qo and expenses have risen. These changes arc being forced by economic conditions. Departmental regulations in- dicate side runs of I12 miles or loss should be discontinued. The board felt that action to this effect would be rather harsh and limited it to one-half a mile for now. Tlie changes are intended to go into effect at the beginning of the new seliooJ year. Anyone having questions or concerns in connection with these proposed changes should cull the local trustees or the divisional of- fice. These changes would mean a saving of in operation expenses for a full year (about from September to De- cember, 1072) and about in capital expenses. Win badges NATAL (HNS) Proficiency badges were recently present- ed to successful Brownies both the Second and Third Spar wood Brownie Packs. Housekeeper and cook badges went, to Marline Lc- Jeunc; collector's badge to Shelly Taylor; cook's bodge to Joanne Chalmers and Kremla Chalmers; collector's badge to Susan Nowotny; weaver badge to Katrin Broeckel and the gar- dener badge to Charlene De- Anna. The pack also thanked Su- zanne and Marianne Nowotny who presented a id-minute pup- pet show at the previous meet- ing of the pack. Third Brownie pack member Tammy Grocutt received her petkeeper's and writer's badges and C'aren Moorman and Cindy Feragotti received collector's badges. Thank 'caller' FORT MACLEOD (Special Hank Graveland presented Mr. and Mrs. Vic Dash with a gift at. the wind-up dance of the Fort Maclcod Square Dance Club. Mr. Dash hr.d called for the club during its weekly dances for the past season. Officers are: Jack Edgar, president; Hank Cravcland, vice-president; Mrs. Eveline Edgar, secretary. Ily GEOFF TAGG Correspondent FOREMOST superb per- formance by Bill Butterwick as Finian McLonergan and t h e marvellous singing voice Dcnise Larson as his daughter s Anniversary LAKE (HNS) 1 Mr. find Mrs. Chris Briuilncr. I formerly of this district and of Lclbbridce, jli'.cir -13lh redding anniversary a family supper. Tlicy re- cently returned from Palm I Springs, Calif, DICMSB LARSON Sharon highlighted a recent pro- duction of the musical Finian's Rainbow. Almost 1.000 people attended the three-hour performances and the student dress rehears- al at the Community Hall. It was staged by the Fore- most Theatrical Society. The audiences, drawn from all over sonilicrn Alberta, were lavish in their praise of the production winch featured -33 local players. The play was under the di- rection of Alyce Butterwick and musical director Ann McNaney, Bill B'.itlcrwick, who lias con- siderable stage experience as a stalwart, of the annual Hop- ing Varictv Show, gave a com- manding performance in the title role. I Us strong pcrforin-O ance and Irish accent, that at times bordered on the did much to bind the long pro- duction into a cohesive unit Finian is a dreamer and per- of pelual optimist, always looking for an easy way to make Mrs. Pierre, Sirs. Eugene named child care directors CRANBROOK (S p P e i a i Kooienay Band members are Though various professional St. Mary's, Shu swap. Upper ami Indian affairs department experts attended and spoke al the annual Kootenay Indian District Council mooting, the five member reserves firmly made it their own meeting. robe of Revised bylaw TABER (HNS) bylaw lo regulate A revised shopping OPEN TONIGHT TIRED OF THE JUMBO ON YOUR ere complicated. brew up n jlorm? f BLOCK. devel- RETURNS oped the magic formula: Fast servico guaranteed accurate trained tox preparers. You'll it's just what Ihe "cloclor" ordered. GUARANTEE; -i.-L' -i UUAKANILt _ We guarantee accurate preparation of every tax return. If we make any errors that cost you any penalty or In- we pay only that penalty or interest. Canada's largeil Tax Service Wilfi Over 6000 Offices In florid AmtrkJ Lent opportunity for Basic Herd Applicalioni May Tit, 815 THIRD AVE. SOUTH 9-9 Weekdays, 9-5 Saturday Phono 327-3712 APPOINTMENT hours here was presented to council recently with no action Inken following of the bylaw by Mayor Arthur II. Avcry. Action is expected tonight. Install officers NATAL The Catho- lic Women's League of St. Mi- chad's Parish recently install- ed officers as follows: Mi s. May Kownll, president: Mrs. Sophie Krall, 1st vice-presi- dent; Mrs. Yvonne Butler, '2nd vice-president; Mrs. Vi House, vice-president; Mrs. Carol Letasy, treasurer and Mrs. Katharine Mary Ctiala, secre- tary. Nominated boarc urges CI.ARES110LM Trustees of the Willow Creek school lion ;it a recent moplinp 11 J110- to ask Columbia, Tobacco Plains ami Lower Columbia. They named Joe Pierre, St. Mary's, chairman, and Sandy Benalli, secretary, Kick GraveUe They iook a lead over the slowly organizing East Koo- tenay Child Care Society in naming its first permanent di- rectors, Sophie Pierre and money. The McLonergan theory that the soil around Foil Knox gives gold in there its phenomen- al qualities is a central theme. He has to bend the truth, real- ity and at times credxdily to make his theories bear fruit, even to the point oE "borrow- a crock of gold from an unsuspecting leprechaun. Denise Larson's fine voice did justice to such well known numbers as, How Arc Things in Glocca Morra? and Look to the R a iub She co mbined el both Mr. Butterwick and Albert Kardash who played the part of her suitor Woody. Old Devil Moon, Tf This Isn't Love and Clreat Come and Get H Day thrilled everyone, The comedy role belonged to Paul Bortnem in the part ol the leprechaun Og Mr, Bortnem went from strongth to strength, and hi.s antics were a delight particu- larly to the younger members of his audience. His grief over the loss of the Crock of gold and lois ecstas> an discovering that it wasn't sr bad being a mortal called for a concentrated effort on the ac tor's part. His portrayal of these con trastim! moods, and change o pace were particularly effec live. The demanding part of Susa: Ma honey, who remains Mrs. .Marge Eugene. i throughout much of the 1 Mr. Pierre is regional Indian j mid speaks only through her vocational r n d employment for the Alberta School Trustees As- socation to make a survey of Ihe cos! of busing studcnls to determine how costs could be reduced. Other school hoards nrc to be asked to co-operate with a sur- vey cmd bus cost study. Trustee George Willis said: know our costs are lower .ban Abrnit 40 cents a mile, he noted. Dr. Akin superin- lendcnt of schools, said the cost was ?A cents in the County of Mount ain View where they :iavc their own garage and do CRANBTCOOK (S pec i all- Ron Powell, partner in Todny Publications Ltd. of Kimbcrley and Cranhrook and rnnnasinn editor of the Cranbrook Couri- er, wns unopposed nominee for Kootenay riding in the antici- pated provincial election. He was chosen by the Progressive C o n s e r vativc Association convention here. Meets April 26 COALDALI-; (HNS) The annual meeting of (lie Community Hall board will he held .-it 8 p.m. Wednesday April 2G, in the hall. Main items of business: fi- nancial standing, pcrmanoni closure of Ihe hall, disposal o! property and assots, A good attendance is request- ed. 3 naw members NATAL At a recent meeting of the Ladies Auxili- nry to Michel Aerie No. i Fraternal Order of throe new members were wel- comed: Rose Echman, Ruth Peterson anil Olive Kreisc. The group also matte a con- tribution of towards funds supporting cancer, heurl, mus- i cular disfroplty and Dr, Emli I ooU Homo management. councilor for post-secondary and adult. Indians, supplement- ing the services of Miss Patty Wright, home-school co-ordina- tor for Indian children. Both serve all five reserves from Cranbrook school board building offices. The child care appointments rose from the problem of find- ing b o a r ding homes within school bus range for Indian students. This could be on an inte- grated or segregated home ba is on or off any of the five rc- erves to tide over students whose homes are disrupted. Also discussed by Hie council was the function of its commu- nity development officer, Eddie Morigeau of St. Mary's Re- serve, appointee! last August. Those attending were informed his help was available )o al' five reserves in self-initiated Art Grant remarked that gu- costs were high, arid Ger- ald -oroe. I he Pa rklaiul t rus- e, said he a central u'iigr was needed. "We're ing to an hnur when wo pull into a pri- vate; one trustee re- marked. Lloyd said: "I can see (his could lead lo more cen- tralization." Mrs, K a y White added: ''People wouldn't stand for if." community-oriented projects. Exemplified was presentation by the band of to area light middleweight boxing champion Willie Bennlli toward his recent entry for the Cana- dian Amateur boxing title al Calgary. ft was emphasized that Mr Morigeau's function was not limited to .sports but continued into any constructive project spontaneously started by any of the five reserves to extend outside the reserve as it gather- ed momentum. :lancing feet, was well plaNcd Rv.chel Luia. Paul Cicsla was terrific i S c n a t o r Billboard Raw-In is who suffers the misfortune (for him) of turning black when one of the crock of gold's wishes is accidentally used. The satirical theme of Amci Scan society based on easy cred- it was well brought out in the production, subtly blended witli frequent sortccs into Irish folk- lore and human naively. Accompanists were Charlotte Buis and Ann McNauey. Set design was by Paul Cits la, nnd set construction by Ash- ley Butterwick. Stage construction w a s hy H a r v e y Beacome and Lcs Smith. Costumes were by Del ores Ilougcn and Stev- ens. Finian's Rainbow is based on a book by E. Y. Ilarburg and Fred Saidy, with 111115ic by Bur- ton Lane and lyrics by E. Y. Harburg, It was originally produced on Broadway at (ho Forty Sixth Street Theatre. Opening in Jan- uary it ran for form an ccs. 23 per- Meets Monday (HNS) The Coaldale Arts and Crafts club will meet at p.m. Monday, April 24. in the Sportsplcx arts and crafts room. You can take a WHITE HORSE anywhere GUIDANCE COUNSELLOR Miss Eileen Jones of Roy- mond counsels students in the County of 40-M'fe. Her work will take her 1o all junior and senior high schools in the county. She lias a master's degree from Brighcm Young University. Miss Jones visil parenfs to discuss school programs. She work with teachers and school librarians to i nip rove existing prog re ms. Her hobbies are sewlngj reading, hiking and cycling. Togg Photo LIFE MEMBERSHIP Barney Staldine, left, receives a life membership in the Foremos! branch o! the Royal Canadian Legion from Rulon Hirsche of Fort Maclood. The presentation was made aj the recent 25tli anniversary of tho Foremost branch. Oislilled, Blended and Bouled in Scotland by White Horso Distillers Lid., Scotland Safety, Traction, Stability and Improved Fuel Economy Nine Ply Puncture Protection RADIALS Stop and Compare MILE GUARANTEE 190? 2 Avenue S. Phone 327-3580 'WE KNOWINGLY UNOCRSUl1 ;