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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Soturdny, April 1972 THE IFTKCfinCF 3 POT-LUCK By D'ARCY RICKARD The Lcthbridge and District Kiwanls Music is al- most over hut my toilet keeps sing ing, whistling, humming and gurgling. I guess I should have enter- ed it together we would have won something. I'm sure the adjudicator would have said "a nice, mu- sical toilet hut the float ball isn't right on the centre of the I practise Tabcr is really lucky this year they're not having ttie annual musical torture test. In- stead, they're concentrating on hog calling this year. Keep the tones round and mellow. Let's all hope that some yeai some brave teacher will make her class stand on its collec- tive heads and vecite "The Boy Stood on the Durning Deck After all, anyone can recite Eoles- i with his feet planted squarely Goodness knows, enough! We had a couple of children In the musical test tliis year. I must say Ilildegard enjoyed all the kids singing at the Para- mount and at Southminster United Church Hall and me running out to see if the ad- judicator had flunked our parking meter. Clifford's class recited some- thing for Mrs. Martiti and the audience about a little lambkin and won first prize. He missed out with his paper boat song though. Boy! The little Chinese fel- low that won sure pleased his on the stage. The adjudicators are still pretending they love it my, my, these children are lovely and their music teachers are angels from heaven. Well, all joking aside, the teachers are wonderful and the children do look beautiful, all slu'ned up and white and clean like little bartenders. I must admit I really do en- joy music festivals provid- ing they don't lock me up with the accordion players. Isn't it a shame so many kids don't ever really have a chance to learn how to play a ORATORICAL WINNER Leoncrd Zoeleman of Forl shows the Irophy and book he won in the 4-H southwest regional speaking competition at Calgary. Gait Burgess of the Pincher Creek Reining and Training 4-H Light Horse Club placed second and Gloria Williams of the Arrowwood 4-H Beef Club was third. Swihart Photo. Zoetcmaii victorious at Calgary FOIiT MACLEOD (Special) Xocleman, Grade 1! stu- dent, was the south Alberla fi- nalist in the public speaking competitions at Calgary. More than 4.000 4-H members took pail. EUminr.tions were made at local level, then mu- nicipal level ami finally region- :il level, with four winners pro- ceeding to Calgary to the fi- nals. Representing the south w I.en Zoeteman of Fort Macleod, Gail Burgess of Pincher Creek, Gloria Williams of ArrowwooO and Colette Vallieres of Fort Msclcod. The champion speaker was presented with a hook, Karsh's Faces of Our Times. A two-day communication seminar followed the speeches The F. P. Walshe student ha? excelled in speaking this sea son. He won the Oddfellow and Kebekah United Nations trip tvliat time it is mother-! She floated out of that musical instrument? hall like a woman in love, j Lcthbridge can he really which I'm sure she is, with that proud of its fine music teach- Cr5. the people who run "My! Won't d a d d y be.....- she told the lucky lit- tle fellow, "Don't you wish dad- dy was she said. Raymond Lew of Fleetwood- Bawden's Grade 1 class, you sang like a bird. You charmed us out of our seats. Keep up the good work! It was the thrill that comes once iti a lifetime. Daddy is prohably so happy the practising is over he'll give the little chap a dollar, win or lose. the festivals are really and considerate. kind bursary PINCHER CREEK (Special) -The Captain McPhail Chap-1 bear. Ft weighed about 400 Maybe we should all tip our hats to these wonderful people. And a special lip of the hat to Frank Hosek, teacher, leader, bandsman and all around good guy for so many years to the kids in the Lethbridge Commu- nity (Kiwanis) Band. Robert Hall! Don't give up! We need you! Now here, hang on, don't run away. I want to play you some- thing. One and two and flush. Yoiuig Mormons take part in MIA speech festival MAGRATH (HNS) The Magratli Mulim! Improvement Association's recent speech fes- tival featured 46 young people. Ray Stevenson presented tro- phies for the car rally to Bill Leishman and Bill Alston; John Balderson, Bob Bennett and Tim Rollingson; Wayne Har- ris, Boh Rice and Burns Al- ston. Mrs. Ruby Fletcher thanked area but its mouth badly eroded and shovrin showed missing it was an older lev of the IODE has decided to offer a bursary for a se- matriculation student this pounds. It is thought (he bear bad come out of hibernation OORP birthday BLA1RMORE (CNP Bureau) The Blairmore OORP will mark its birthday Saturday, May 6, and to celebrate the event a parly will be held in j St. Michael's year. Mrs. J. Milne and Mrs. and upon finding deep snow, j tho Elks jjaj, at 7 I killed the cal11-" By NANCY MILKS Herald News Service CRANBROOK sun is unlikely to alter its sedate 15 degrees of latitude.; progress hourly Sunday, and the provin- cial government also appears unalterable. It. is going to launch acute confusion to East Kootcnay clocks and people that day. It's Daylight Saving Time Day, when a clock loses an hour some places. Alberta's vote support last August of initiating Mountain 1 Umh'Oiiders bore vil! slay cm i Pacific .Standard, nnirb of the I public means to leave the clock alone rmd call it Pacific O.iy- j light Time, while the municipal bodies will po on Mountain Daylight Time. Pick any three consecutive hours on the clock and it will be the right time for some- body. Sorge are to he delegates to the annual meeting of the pro- vincial IDOE in Calgary. A questionnaire on the modi- fied school year was discussed under the leadership ot Mrs. J. YVollman, education secretary. Mrs. S. read the paper on world affairs had Peru as its topic. Family living 105th birthday RAYMOND (HNS) George Szpendyk, Raymond's oldest citizen, marked his 105 birth- day recently. Mr. Szpendyk Is a patient in the Raymond Municipal Hospi- tal. Born in llazkowka, Russia, of Ukrainian descent, he came to Raymond 22 years ago. He and his wife, two sons and Iwo daughters came to Canada from Germany. They knew the hardships of war and its after- math. He says Canada has been good to him and bis family; there are now 25 grandchil- dren dren. and 10 great-grandchil- Morc district 011 page 27 festival participants on behalf of the Mutual Improvement As- sociation. Taylor Stake board members were present. Taking part were: Talks Mona Alston, Kathy Pilling, Leanna Curliss. Story of Ruth Cindy Rice. I Tall Tales Wayne Gurney, Kevin Passey and Le Roy R I inussen. MIA Quiz Patricia Dudley, Linda Murray, Tammy Parkins and Joanne Passey, Mary Ann Alston. Ruth Law, Demise Blumel, Sharon Mel- drum. Susan Harker and Rich- ard Carier. Story of Jacob Hamlin Da- vid Murray. Choral reading 2nd year MIA Maids, "The Lord is m> Excerpt from David Copper- field Shirley Johnson. Talks Debbie Fletcher anrl Donna Thomson. Bassoon solo Darcl Fletch- er accompanied by Christine Harker. Phoebes' Sin Joy Harker, Maureen and Laureen Thorn son, Bonnie Harker, Janice Toomer, Jean Thomson, Chris fine Harker and Janice Gur Trumpet solo Ncal Harker accompanied by Denise Ilamil ion. Magrath ChaHenge Lance Harker, Bill Leishman, Kim Karren, Blake Leishman, Bil Alston, Byrne Brewer-Ion, Bur ns Alston, Rob Bennett, Dr Dudley and John Balderson. One calf was carried a dis- tance of five miles. Strawberry tea COLEMAN (CNP Bureau I Tho Minerva Chanter 41, Order of the Eastern Star, will bold a "strawberry tea" in the Cole- man Miners Hall from 2 to 5 p.m. Wednesday, May 3. The event will feature a bake iable, white elephant and pa- perback table. Everyone is in- vited to attend. OPEN THIS SUNDAY- STAY OUT OF TROUBLE SAVE TIME AND WORRY let BLOCK Prepare Your H R BLOCK'S service is _ acfcuraie andCOMPLETE dependable RETURNS Iho cost is Savo yourself nsedteis lime and worry. Sea BLOCK 1oday. I We guarantee accurate preparation of every tax return. If we make any errors that cost you any penalty or in- Merest, we pay only that penalty or interest. CO. H'R tantda'i largeil Tax Service Over 6000 Oflkei In forth Amerlci loit oppoilunity for basic hard appliealion May lit 815 THIRD AVE. SOUTH 9-9 Weekdays, 9-5 Saturday Phone 327-3712 _____ NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY Meet Tuesday COALDALE (UN Si The John Davidson School. Nature films arc to be shown. Ccirs removed PINCHER CREEK (Special) p.m. rians for a cabaret style event with Hawaiian theme are being made. There will be a smorgasbord supper and enter- tainment. Injures hand RAYMOND (IKS) Tucker Hironaka of Raymond caught his hand in a conveyer belt. His hand was puller! Into the machine as [ar as the elbow, breaking bones of the hand and arm. Prompt tliinking on the part of Duff Nielsen, working witli Mr. Hironaka at the time, is credited with saving the arm. applauded COALDALE (HNS) The second session in the current Family Living Series will be held from to p.m. Mon- day, May 1. in Ihe Kate An- drews IliEh School library. Topic is The Preschool Coaldale and District J ish and Years "Half of Life's Learning, i Came Association will meet at Speakers will he Mrs. Jennie 8 May 2, in the Emery of Coaldale nml Mrs. Victoria Zaugg of Stirling. Both have (aught tirade 1 for many years. The film 1o lie shown is en-' titled The World of Three. It is snousoreci hv ttie Coal-i .-r-....... dale Home and School Associn- -Many derelict cars have era! Building, May 4 lion ami HID extension service been removed from the town j a.m. to p.m., and at Pin- of tho Alberta Department of i and Pincher Creek AID. jChcr Creek in the town hall, These were dumped north of I 5' trom 9 a-m' to 12 noon' Maunsell Crossing, }nst off Highway 3. A large mobile crushing ma- Pension sessions Canada Pension Plan official J. C. Bouchard says R. F. Viney will answer questions on the pension plan and other mat- at Blairmore, in the Fed- Agricullure. Kills brown bear riNCilER CREEK (Special) CREEK (Special) a musical pro- duction .slngrd iiy St. Michael's1 music received B standing ovation. Tlic t lie me was based on happiness. Desiderata meaning thai which is must wanted or desired. Thirty music students from Grades 10 to 12 performed, The pianist was Mrs. Jackie Ther- riault. It was directed by Ed Staples, Musical .selections were Happy Days Are Here Again; Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head; Happiness Is and selec- tions from the rock opera, Jesus Christ, Superstar. Blainc ami Ifciwly Marshall of Acarlia Valley were guest stars and deliphtec! the crowd with tiieir guitar and vocal selections. Wanda Riviere and Vernon Sorgc were masters of c i r e- monics. ALBERT KOCH NANTON AUCTION miles north of golf club corner at Nanton, and 2 miles east Monday, May 1st COMMENCING AT A.M. TERMS CASH LUNCH SERVED Two 1967 John Deere 95 SP Combines, fully equipped John Deere 5010 Tractor T967 Fargo 600 3-lon Truck, miles ALSO a complete double line of farm machinery In outstanding condilion AUCTIONEERS Jim Crowe license 01D357 Ph, 228-3868 STAVELY Warren Cooper License 010464 Ph. 486.2076 NANTON chine has been in the area and Has flattened a larpe number of cars ant! trucks. These have ''eon loaded on a large flatbed truok have been hauled to marauding hear which was said to have tilled three young calves fell before ihe rifle of Hob Lyons recently. It a large male brown Calgary. bear and was shot 10 miles This drive was milistcd un- southwest of here. der a government subsidy and Normally this snecies isn't a the town end municipality took predator of liveslock in the i advantage of it, North West Mounted Police operated ranch at Pincher PINCHER CREEK" (Special) Pincher Creek Chamber of Commerce, in co-operation with the Pincher Creek Histor- ical Society, will mark KCMP centennial celebrations in 197-1. Alberhi ministers been requested to include Pincher Crcok in any celebrations to be held in the soulh. II mifihl be appropriate to have an RCMP musical ride staged here, chamber officials said. Current local plans, to mark (he coming of ihe police to the west, include an unveiling cere- mony of some object of historic significance. After establishing ils western hcndqnarfci-s at Fort Mpclcor! in 1B74. the North West Mount- ed Police opened a post hero three years later. The operalion was set up as a horse ranch and farm to supplv mounts for members of Ihe Fort Maclcod detach- ment. Tales of an abundant virgin native grasses to great heights soon land prow were heard throuphout Ihe con- tinent ami bolstered by retiring members of the force, pioneer families trekked in. These Are Correspondents in Your Area VAUXHAH MRS. PAT POWERS................... P.O. Box 239 STIRLING RUTH ZAUGG General TABER ROSS GIBB P.O. Box 2187 TYRRELl'S LAKE MRS. MART HAMLING ......P.O. 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