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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta during Warner visit Alberta trip some thing to remember Hv I'KAHI, UKHKI.T Hr-rnUl News Service WARNER The yoimf! voy- igeurs program is a joint venture of the federal tfovcrn- mcnl, the 10 provincial govern- ments the ailministrfitions of the Yukon Hie North West Territories. Its Turns are to provide young Canadians an opportunity In meet, to know and U> develop n closer of Ca- nadians living and working in other parts of Camxlu, to inlro- duce them to Ihe geography of Canrirla a ml lo the 1 nchi.strlnl, political, cultural ami arlislic achievements of another prov- ince. A 21-membcr group from the Warner High School, accom- panied by chaperones Mr. and Mrs. Km LI Gumllock, this sum- mer visited Ottawa, Montreal and Quebec City Ixiforc return- ing home to host a similar group from .several schools in Ottawa. They try veiled by bus lo Calgary and then flew east, spending two days in Ottawa exploring llic parliament hold- ings. Oiic of Ihe highlights of the eight-day trip was seeing the Moni.reul Kxpos in action. They returned to Alberta, by train, where they toured the legislative buildings in Edmon- ton before making the trip hack to Warner to host the Ottawa contingent. The Ottawa group, chaperon- ed by Mr. and Mrs. It. Walsh, mimliercl 21 studcnls and were the guests of students in War- ner and New Dayton. Their agenda was a full one and they agreed they much the wiser to the ways of life after their visit to Alberta. They spent one night at the r.ethhridge rodeo and Whoop-Up Days' races before foxing Introduced to water skiing a I Cr oss Cou lee and a visit to the Milk River ridge wliere they saw the beauty and va.stness of the prairies. They srxiiil three days at camp at Waterton Iraki's they found the park's famous Cowlcy-Lundhrwk Rodvo Aug. 12 and 13 Activity will be plentiful COWLEY (HNS) The fifth j annual Cowley Limilbrucl: Rodeo is corning up Satunhiy and Sunday, Aug. 12 and I'Yom iLs Immbli: Ihn Cowlcy Lions Club tuts sli'ived lo improve? I his tivont until il i.s known 11 iron ghoul lite rmm- try, bringing riders and ropers, formic riders, bull riders, bulldozers, barrel rac- ers and wild cow milkers from Canada and the U.S. AdulLs and youngsters cwnpcle In a flurry of 'vilh fun items as the ribbnn pick- ing event. Corrals and chutos have bneri Improved for the and extra stuirls added lo iiccorn- modiitc the public- Tnis year's rodeo will lie officially by Allen Swlalycky, MP for Rocky Mountain. The will lake place1 on flip, Lcc Ranch, mifes of Cowlcy where you turn .south and follow the signs. Norman is the producer with Jim Hmvcs Sr. arena director. Jolm Milne of Fort Macleod, popular announcer, will be back this year lo officiate. Joe Buidgctt rif Cremona is the slock con- Iruclor lliu best of bronos. bull.s and wild cows as in pre- vious years. The rodeo events start at p.m. days with over in prize money, The fi en pancake and sau- sage breakfast is in front of the Tlangcland Motor Hotel from 0 a.m. to ]2 noon on Sat- urday. Walter Oakley, Allan .lohn.son, Mr. and Mrs. Rob Williams and Alex Jlowe will be making tliis a lugger and letter affair than other years, Tiiis is sponsored by local mer- chants and citizens just for you. The rmleo dancr- is Saturday nighl in tbc Lund for eck Com- munily Hall at 9 o'clock. The barbecue i.s also Satur- day in the Trailer Park in front Ci'owsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Decoux, Residcnl Rep., Blairmofe Phonfl 562-2149 of the Lunilbreck Trading Post. Bcnton Murphy and Harry ey have this roclco special- ly to run from to Sunday morning ill availnble at the rodeo grounds in western style at SI.25 pei' plate. A refreshment Iwoth will he open on the grounds all day. Entries Wednesday, Aug. 9 ar.d all must he paid up by this time. A.s this i.s a FCA approved show flic prizes are generous and there are beautiful" crafted bell buckles as well for each event. A silver beer mug plus prize has Ijeen donated by Calgary Brewing and Malt- ing These extras and the Jack Evans Memorial buckle are in addition to Ihe purse for saddle bronc riding. This event, the bareback bronc riding, the bull- dogging, calf roping and bull riding rate purses. Two girls1 events, cow riding and barrel racing rate pu rscs, while pur ses a re allotted to steer riding and wild cow milking. Always a drawing card, the ribbon pick- ing will reserved for com- petition by local service clubs and the media. Special award is given to the best all- round cowboy, decided by total points at the windup of Sunday afternoon's finals. Raymond retires BONANZA DAY MILK RIVER MONDAY, AUGUST 7th Variety Snow Southern Alberla Talent D.m. SymKnana Evenls Pole Bending Musical Tiros Rnrrcf Rticing Stuldlo Reltiy Vi mile horse race 1.00 P.M. FREE DID FASHIONED FLAPJACK BREAKFAST 7-10 a.m. MAIN STREET Street Danca p.m. EXHIBITS and DISPLAYS FLOWER ond VEGETABLE SHOW al Skoting Rink PET SHOW p.m. Ya'll come to Milk River August 7th We Guarantee you'll have a ball RAYMOND (HNS) Warren i L. .Jor.cs, secretary-treasurer for the town of Raymond since the spring of 19.18, has retired. Mr. Jones received liis edu- caticm at the Universily of Al- berta and was admillcd to Ihe Bar in 1932, In 1937 be came to Raymond from Calgary lo open a frtw office. He was engaged In do work for the lown thai first year. In Ihe following year he closed his own office anil movert into (he ball following thy resignation of 0. Snow. Mr. Jones was soon entrusted much of the business op- erations of the town, a trust which increased with time as IF YOU'RE PLANNING TO HAVE YOUR DRAPERIES CLEANED BE SURE YOU GET THEM BACK LIKE THIS Dncorfirors Insist on 'oil plcolv ehouldn'l you? Especially now lhat flivo Ihnm lo you o1 1ho price os ordinary plnats. Wlint'i more, wo quo ran let1 we'll return your draperiei cxoefly trie snmo size tho etter place to live and enjoy iving. The changes made dmn; Ihose 34 years have brouflh iard-surfaccd slreets to Ih .own, water system, sewer syb ;cm, many new homes hui and changes made to the town plan. Ttie original survey for the lown was laid out on the same plan as was the city of Paris, Trance. Modern living proved Lo be too costly for so many st reels M a r.y of Ihe si reels which formed the spokes of Ihe town were closed off nnd soldi for lots for new homes, The domestic water supply Jins been greatly improved. To- day a full" study of increasing the supply with more pumping units is under way as the pop- ulation of Ihe lown increases. Cement sidewalks and the in- crease in .sewer service Tire handled under a program which brings each summer a work- ing program to increase both services. A naUve of Albert a, born In SI Mr. Jones married an Allwrta girl, Nonavce Watson, n school teacher, Mr. and Mrs. Jones, are proud their five chil- dren and 12 grandchildren all live in Alberta. All have been educated in Alberta universi- ties. Now Mr, Jones may bo lo- cated nt a new office where lie will serve the public in many ways when needed for legal work, a business he closed when he was first engaged a.s secrcl ary treasurer of Ray- mond. majestic, 'lliey all foil the viev.r from Hie Ixjar hump in Waterton was awe- some. They were taken on a rirlc? to the licad of the lakes, visited Red Hock Canyon and spent many hours hiking ynrl .swimming. Before returning lo Warner they journeyed lo the summit al Pass in Glacier Park where Ihey experienced a snowball fight in July. They also toured Ihe Elm- spring Hultcrito colony and ex- plored Uie rocks at Writing- on-Stone Park before returning again lo for a tour the Japanese Gardens and ndran Rattle Park. The day before they embark d on their trip home to Ottawa ncy learned more about the rork and ways of the western inner, driving tractors, mak ng hay and silage, building ranarics and tending cattle. A civic reception was held the Warner High School au- itorium where parents, slu- enLs anl ehaperones were resent to conclude a :eek of firsts for many. Wayne Glass, co-ordinator of le young voyageurs progrjiin, andlcd master of cRremony ulics with a vote of thanks xlended lo the chctperones, Ir. and Mrs, Walsh of Ottawa nd Mr. and Mrs. Gundlock of Earner. Mr. extended the iianks of the Ottawa students or the "wonderful western hos- italily" they had received in ne homes of the Warner hosts. This trip to he said. 'will be one to remember and alk about the rest of our ivn-s. He made special mention if Mayor Jack Ashmore and ti.s councillors for their interest, i r.d part I c i m f ion in t he voy a- ;cur program. Civic greetings were extend- ed by deputy mayor Pcter- who presenter! a suitably engraved address book, a pho- ograpli album and a crest to .he Ottawa group on behalf of .he Co'jnty of Warner. Mr. Gundlock expressed his appreciation to the parents and udents for their co-operation while Mr. Glass recognized Ihe work and planning committees, :he students and Ihe co-opera- CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY Mr, and Mrs. C. L of Claresholm are cele- brating their 60th wodding anniversary this inc...... 1 ne couple has daaghlers, five grandchildren and seven great grand children. An open reception for all their rela- tives and friends is scheduled for Monday, Aug. 14, al 8 p.m. in Ine Claresholm Uniled Churcfi. No gifls by requesl. i PINCHER CREEK fSpecial) Crov.-sr.est Pass, Taber and There will be a three-day j Pinchei Minimum regis- :ion of the parents in hosting ;he eastern stucfents. Waterton selected for camp GRADUATES! camp for people over the age of 50 years at Red Hock Can- yon Church Camp in Waterton Lakes National Park from Au- gust H (f) August ]7. It! be ipon.sored by senior citizens program coordinators from (lie Building up a I Taher TABER fJINS) Five more i d ences for wh ich Tabe r building permits were issued during July brought the month's total" to and the seven-month lotal for 1972 lo over Last year the comparable! figures were for the month and through the month of July, The five residences bring lo 35 the number being conslruel- cd this year. tration is 10 people from each of these districts. The cost i.s each for the three days, which includes all transportation to and from, bus trips and a bout ride on the International. Today's camping is not the type of camping of pysl years. The cabins are heated, there are bunks. a large dining room, a hospital cabin and nurse, and a bus which belongs to the camp. Tnc days are nol fully scheduled and there will be plenty of free time for cards, chatter, fishini relaxing. The deadline for registration is Friday, August 11. Contact the recreation office to register or for further information. MOBILE HOME NEW 12'x52'-2 Bedrooir ONLY MIDWEST MOBILE HOMES MR. WESLEY BALDERSON Son of Mr. and Mn. Ken Bolder ion of Mag roth, graduat- ed with distinction (honors! with a Bachelor of Commerce degrcs from Univeriily of Alberta. He hos accepted a graduate to attend the Wv-B.A. program ol the University of Al- berta thii foil. COUNTRY NEWS These Are The LetHbridge Herald Correspondents in Your Area BLACKIE MRS. MARGARET MONTGOMERY P.O. 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