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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 25, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 40 THE UTHBRIDOE HKAID Wedneidoy, April 75, 1973- DISTRICT Pincher students in London on Heritage of Canada tour PINCHER CREEK (Special) More than Canadian high school students from across the country will be tra- velling to Europe this term on a series of teacher-led, study programs on various sub- jects. These tours, organized by the Society for the Study of the Heritage of Canada, permit participating students to study the subject of their choice, on site. Recently a large contingent of local students departed for London, England, on a social studies and English oriented study. Students from St. Michael's High School included: Brenda FRzpatrick, Rhonda Stuckey, Cathy Ginngras, Carol Bruns, Maurice Aubin, Elizabeth Pee- lers, Marie Therriault, Lorraine Welsch, Laura Levesque. Peter Schaurete, Donald Fritz, Ber- nard Stuckey, Peter Haigh, Rhona and Favid Bruder and Lee Hochstsin. Also included in this group were students from the Crows- nest Pass and Lundbreck to bring the total number to 30. Chaperones the group are Mrs. M. Haugen and Robert Schmidt. Students from Matthew Hal- I ton High include: Peggy Phil- lips. Car lene Stapleton, Curtis Start, Cathy and Brian Mor- gan, Melame Barbero. Laura Lee Toney, Grace Olyslager, Noel and Debra Zieffle, Mar- lene Bowman, Betty Ann Dixon, Ann Hodgson, Barbara and Bonnie Tomik, Doug Fraser, Lorna McRae, Beverly Sweet, Jackie Noble, Susan Murfin, Verna Blackburn Rhonda Bird, Dawn Becker, Peggy Froese, Mona Billey, Laun Huculak, Cathy Gaetz and Janice Day of Lundbreck and Tim Stevens of Edmonton. Chaperones with this group are Roy Cope and J Geer. Heritage Study Society is a non profit organization with branches across Canada. The society has received wide sup- port from education ists throughout Canada for its youth study programs. SPRING CONCERT FORT MACLEOD (SpeciaD- The Fort Macleod senior band will assist the Centennial sing- ers when they present their spring concert on May 3 FINE COALDALE (HNS) Own- ers of dogs caught running at large in Coaldale will now have to pay a fine of and pound fees to get their dcg back. buys 140 acres TABER (HNS) The Town of Taber has purchased the C. A Magrath property west of the golf coiuse, comprising 140 acres, for The deal was completed fol- lowing an afternoon committee meeting with an official of Lethbndge real estate brokers N B. Peat and Co. The sale is subject to a stat- utory requirement of approval of the Taber MD. The land, now used for graz- irg, is seen as a valuable ad- junct to the town for the west- ward development of the resi- dential district and the addition of nine holes to the golf course The new property lies south of 50th Ave and is bounded on the south by the railway tracks and on the west by the provin- cial park access road. Rev. John Maes welcomed FORT MACLEOD Holy Cross Reman Catholic Parish has welcomed Rev. John Maes as its new priest. Father Maes, a native of An- twerp, Belgium, came to Cal- gary with his parents in 1950 He received his education in Calgary and at St. Joseph's Seminary at St. Albert. He has served five years as an assistant priest in two par- ishes in Calgary since his or- dination in 1963 SIMPSONS Sears Juniors Go For Prints, and They're Only 12 99 ea. They're }ust iike spring. New and pretty. Just the way you want to look. Silky, soft nylon-acetate jer- sey dresses in a choice of refresh- ing prints, assorted colors and the newest styling. Hand washable, too. We show only three come in and see the rest in our Junior Bazaar. And at this low price, we suggest you 'Spring To It' while they lastl Juniors size 5-15. <3t JUNIOR BRZfW On Your A1! Purpose Account Quality Costs No More at Simpsons-Sears STOffi HOURS: Open Doily from 9 30 e m. fo 5 30 p m and Fri 9.30 o.ro. fo 9 00 p m. Ccnire Viilogc Phone 328-923J He has been active on the ecumenical commission of Al- berta, was a member of the In- terfalth Association at Calgary and a member cf the District Chaplains of Christopher. VARIETY PROGRAM FORT MACLEOD (Special) A recent variety program, held in the LDS Cultural Centre here was well attended. It fea- tured local talent. Jessie Som- merfeldt was chairman. Ralph Rhea heads club FORT MACLEOD (Special) The annual meeting of the Fort Macleod Golf Club elected Ralph Rhea president. Other officers are Bud Wil- liams, vice president; Roy White, secretary-treasurer, Jim Wilson men's captain; aim Gwen Chambers women's cap- tain. Past-president is John Da- vis. The underground watering system installation was begun last summer and work has commenced on grass greens. The dues structure was alter- ed and the move approved. Fees are payable by May 1: men, women, students beginners and green fees per day. Mrs. Veda Bedingfield do- nated a special centennial quilt to the club. It features early day brands and is in RCMP colors. The club will raffle the quilt during the summer. Discussion resulted in all club members, men and women, being asked to join the league. CMHA president receives recognition CMHA president Joe Kryczka, left, receives a plaque from James Hildenbrand, tourney chairman for the Taber Minor Hockey Association, recognition of Mr. Kry- czka's contribution to minor hockey. ENGLISH SCOTCH WOOLLEN'S meii's made-to-measure I -j I-- SEC ,-4 CHARGbX I Reg. up to EXPLOSIVE selection of cloth DYNAMIC patterns and colors SUPER looks from season to season Our buyers made a special purchase from the mills and we are offering you their personal favorites. THEIR BUSINESS IS YOUR BUSINESS: A custom suit with perfect cut, fit and finish! ENGLISH SCOTCH WOOLLEN Suiting the man-of-t he-world CENTRE VILLAGE MALL-Phone 328-2021 ;