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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, Augusl 19, 1971 THE 1ETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 WINS BOUSA TROPHY Miss Navee Hcrbst, dnughter. .of Mr. and Mrs. M. Herbsl of. Warner, is the winner of tlie. 'john Philip Sousa Trophy .and pin for 1971. It is an an-. .nual award to "most prom-, ising" band student of Ihe Erie Rivers High School Band Mr. and Mrs. Dallas .Minion of Warner donated this trophy. Miss Douglas to attend 4-H parley COWLEY (HNS) Miss Lin- da Douglas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Douglas, has been chosen by the department of youth to be a delegate to the'coming 4-H institute at the Olds School of Agriculture. Miss Douglas won this honor for efficiency with the Timber Trails 4-H Club which conclud- ed its first year of operation with a very fine record this past -lime. Oliver Schneider excells in math Ily DELIA WOOLK ilcruld News Service RAYMOND The resulls of the 1970-71 Grade 12 depart- mental examinations have hcen received by principal James E. Blumell. Oliver Schneider achieved a record .any student would be proud of when he made a mark of 100 per cent in his papers in mathematics and :n. There wore 2B9 papers writ- j ten; of these 54 were granted an "A" standing; 118 JOSj 11 I The overall average for the 2fl9 papers is shown at 71.110 per cent for the year's final ex- aminations. The staff for the coining i school year has been an nounccd. Summer repairs and cleaning at the school are now finished and all is ready for the school term Sept. I. The teaching staff: principal James E. vicc-nrinci- pals Caldon Hill and Derald Miller: 1C. W. Anderson, It. L. Brandley, L. G. Bchnc. D. E Broiidheacl, W. M. Brooks; Heed Dahl, Brian Dudley, Grant Erickson, Duane For- sylh, Robert Gibb, Bruce Holt, Max Holt, John Lee, Philippa Meek s, Barbara MacPhcc, John Nalder, William Nalder, Rex N'iclson, Jerry Palmer, Kennelh Hasmiissen Dean Rolf- sen. Norma Smith, Melvin Spackman ami Barry Wolscy Designs sewer CHANBIIOOK (Speci a D- j Murray Klairnan, certified en- I gineei'ing lei'hnnlogist of Kili- I mat, has contracted for three I months witb [he city at ?K50 a j mcmlli to design two sanitary si'wer .'.ystcms for part of the h e a v i 1 y populalcd annexed areas of last February's cily expansion. The expansion included heav- ily built Sliitcrville, Pinucrest aiyl Little Van Home almost all of which are served; by septic tanks. Pror la I hi' February ex- pansion, consultants Associated EiiRinci ring Services had esti- mated total cosl at about No decision has been an- raunced at to whether this j would he undertaken piece- meal or piilirelji, but in any cast1 il would bo undertaken on a local improvements oasis with full cost paid by the areas I served. Entry deadline approaches fast Science room, library upgrading sc'l BARNWELL (HNS) This year the provincial government had a total of SI million allo- cated up grading and ren- oval.'mj> Ihe existing scliools in Alberta. The Tnhcr division re- ceived Of this amount, Ihe Harnncll School received ss.noo. The sum U> be divided for upgrading of Ihe science room and the library. Plans are for the science de- partment to receive nn cxliausf fan. phis additional laboratory cquipnicnl. The libi-jii'v will he moved from its prosrr.l location down- stairs to an unused classroom upstairs. II is hoped till' library will he earpefd. decoraled. that more shelving will he erected for hooks, and lhal the num- ber of reading and study tables will increased. Details are not fully com-: pletcd as how to put this grant to the best use. Recently there has been a shipment of outside play- ground equipment being assem- bled on Ihe Harnwcll School' grounds. This equipment was obtained through two sources. The civic improvement board offered S500 Inwards this pro- ject if the Taher school divi- sion match it for the same amount. Consequently, this has purchased a goodly amount of much-needed playground equipment. "SIAMESE HOSPITALS" This tunnel, under consrruclion by Bennell and While con- traclors at Claresholm, will join the Alberta Hospital facilities to the new SI million, 50-bed Claresholm General Hospital. Il wi II accommodate join! use of service facilities in the two hospitals. COALDALE (HNSi The Barons-Eurcka Health Unit is sponsoring the following infant and pre-school clinics: PICTUIIK HUTTE: Tuesday, Aug. 2-J, in the library building (south dcon from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and I to 3 p.m. TABlCIt: Tuesday, Aug. 24, in Hit' health unit office in the administration building from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. Wednesday. Aug. 23. in the school from i to p.m. V A U X IIAU-: Wednesday, 2o. in the elementary school from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and I lo 3 p.m. COALnALK: Thursday. Aug. in the health unit office (up- stairs in the town olfice build- ing i from 10 a.m. to 12 noon asd to 4 p.m. TADER: Thursday, Aug. 26. in the health unit office in Ihe administration building from 10 a.m lo 12 noon and to 4 p.m. BARONS: Friday. Aug. 27. in the school from to p.m. Fluoride tablets are available at all clinics free of charge. For social sen ice appuini- mcr.ts telephone: Coaldale 3-15- Taber 223-3311. Dr. G. R. C. Palmer, medical health officer, urges parents lo ensure their children are fully prelected against contagious disease. Information on protec- tion programs is readily avail- able at the health unit or at au> of the above clinics. -HNS) Fr id ay, Aug. al p.m. is the closing time for all entries lor Ihe I7lh annual Taber and District Com- munity Fair beinf; held at (he community centre auditor i u m Saturday. Kntiies accepted after G p.m. Friday may be exhibited from any portion of Ihe Taber mu- nicipal district. These must be the work of the exhibitor. An entry fee of 10 cents will charged. Judges provided by the de- partment of agric'iillure pro- gram development division will use Saturday forenoon for the wort, of adjudication, complet- ing the task by noon Judges are. Sieve Mol n a r, Brooks Horticultural Stat i o n, vegetables; fJ e o r p c Brees, Lelbbridge Research SLaL i o n, flowers; and food, clotbing and work will be divided between Di.slrict Home Econo- mist -Miss Bellv Barlman and .Mrs. Jacqueline Sumption, buth of U-Uibridge, Mrs. Ituth LJla- kie of Coaldale. ami Mrs, Carol i Sudol of Taber. i The fair will be officiallv i i opened al 2 p.m. under the di- I j rection of fair beard chairman j William Pyrch. It will be open until Presentation of chamber of commerce awards in th? home garden competition will take j place at 7 p.m. The local arts and crafts club will hold a coffee bar from 2 to 9 pm., and nther local groups will present displays for public viewing. The fair is sponsored by the i Taber AyriculLural Society and I is financially supported by the i chamber of commerce. j Section chairmen arc .Mr1-. Lulah Gibb. flower; Dennis M. j Turin, vegetable and fruit; Mrs. Nancy Plait, home cook- ing: and Mrs. Inez Harris, ban- I dicraft. Liinclbreck old timers honored M'OTBKICCK (HNSi Old- timers in Ihr Lundbi'cc'k ac.-a, Mr. and Mrs. J. II Kubasek of Pincher Creek, were honored at a family recently at the hcme of .Mr. and Mrs. Steve Kuhusek of Willow Valley. Tiiis ranch is where Mr. Ku- basek slai-lnl farming in 1913. The occasion for the celehra- lion was Hie wedding an- nh'CTSJiry. Mr. Kubasek reached the age of 82 this June On hand for the celebration dinner were their two sons, Sieve of Willow Valley and Joe of Pincher Creek. present Eleanor and Earl Hrrbie of High Rher and grandchildren, Mrs. Mabel Kniv.Ti of Edmonton and Allan Ilcrbig of U'thbridge. one great grandchild. Miss Michelle ller- big. Judy Norris feted with shower at Warner WARNER U-1NSJ A show- er, honoring Miss Judy Norris. held recently in the War- m.T MiMV.yrial Library. IL as decorated wiLh sum- mer flowers and articles from the nursing profession. Mrs. M. Herbst, master of ceremonies, presented the pro- gram. Mrs. C. Drake gave Luo read- ings. "To Judy" and "To the: Bride and Groom." Laurel Graham sang "Put Your Hand" accompanied bv Mrs. F. Oswald. 'Hie Piltman cousins presented several mu- sical numbers. Miss Norris was assisted in opening her mam gift by her sister, Miss Gail, and her sis- ter-in-law Miss Monica NeufeK j of Lcthbrkigc. Her cousin. Miss j Joan Norris. recorded the gifts. Miss .Judy Vorri.s and Arlo; Xcufclt were married al the i Warner Memorial Evangelical I Church. Back Sportplex COALDALE iHNS) The Coaldale Sportsplcx Fund grew by another S12J from net pro- ceeds of a bake sale held by the Coaldale Mennomle Breth- ren Church women's group.1-. It was held during Coaldale Set- tlers' Days. Officials responsible report many people from the comnm- nitv donated baked items for the sale and also turned out to support the event. TO SORRENTO IRON SPRINGS i HNS i Mr. and Mrs. Evercli Snrgard and Wesley arc vacationing al a resort in Sorrento, B.C. More (ILslri on page 17 Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Decoux, Rcsidsnl Rep., Blaiimore Phone 562-2149 Mrs Bougerolk honorec" bv I -ivingstone women COWLEY (HNS) The re- cent meeting of the Livingstone Ladies' Social Club was held at the home of Airs. Henry Bou- gcrollc willi 12 members and five visitors wcsenl. Mrs. B. R'.illcdge made a presentation of a silver Iniy io Mrs. Boiigcrolle who is taking up residence in her new home in Cowlcy. On behalf of the members, she wishod Mrs. Bou- gcrollc much happiness. Mrs. Bouscrollc then present- ed Mrs. Susan llewiU with a gift from the flub as a going- away Mrs. He will is away In Scotland for August. All wished her a happy trip. 'ire sw (arm buildings VISITS FOLKS rnox SPRINGS nnxsi George Uycda n( Toronto lias hocn visitinR al Ihr home of his parcnUs, Mr and Mrs Frank Uvcda. AN HERBAL REMEDY UnslsKtly WARTS en hands, face, feet, permanently removed wllhln 3 lo S weeks with DELGHTON'S WANT REMOVER. Not an acid. Slubb's Pharmacy, Thriflway Drugs, Wcslminsler Drugs and Boyd's Pharmacy I COWLEY (I1XSJ Fire on Hie farm of Charles old- timer of Lhc riisLricL located five miles north of Cowlcy, Look his house, shop, one ollwr build- ing, sprayer, (ruck and Theic were gusling, i winds and everything was verj I dry. i There was not enough water to fight the fire. I Lundbreck fire department got Lliere first, then Hie inn-1 nicipal truck from Pin c h e r Creek, MTJ 9. then Lundbreck tank pumps, and finally the Calgary fire department but vrith no tank. Tlicy couldn't save anything, j The house was old and there was no chance In .save il nflrr the fire got going, so they con- centrated on saving the grain- erics and other buildings. All machincn, except sprayer and truck, was .saved pulling il on the road. Room for more Oil 10 blocks STIRLING (HNS) Ten more blocks of streets have oiled in Ihe village mak- ing an improvement of in blocks including those of last summer NATAL MIXSi The Fnar- woorl summer playground pro- gram recently held a "space (lay." Parents were welcomed and refreshments served. Also planned was a visit from (lie Sparwood Volunteer Fire Brigade. To dnte the program has featured visits fiom the police. They spoke In the youngsters en bicycle and road safety. firemen Kivc spoken lo Ilic youngsters on fire safely The supervised program boon srcces.sfu] to date! There is room for more youngsters to attend. Those between the ages of 6 and 12 are eligible. Reservoir expansion under way RAYMOND (IINS) Ray- 1 montl will have a belter water .supply troon. j Ancca Construct ion of Ray- mend and Lrlhbridge the I contract for the reservoir en- I largcment. This s u m m e r' s w o r k is moving ahead on .schedule in keeping with Ihe original policy to make im- j provemcnls as funds become I available. j The contract for the present work calls for the moving of JKt.OOO yards of dirt. It will m- Hie water capacity by j Ifi million gallons. i During the recent heat wave the pumps at the source were pumping as high as 935.000 gaJ- i Ions of water inlo the lines in i a period of 24 hours. The domestic water supply comes from the canal. It feeds the reservoir during the sum- mer. During Lhc off walcr sca- i son. water is held in storage al I the reservoir for winter and early spring use. The reservoir i lias enlarged a number of Limes since il was first built I to replace the old water well from which Ihe original supply was drawn. MEN'S WEAR LTD, Open Thurs Till 9 p.m. 314 7th Street S. Phone 327-2232 FURTHER MARKDOWNSi These Arc The Icthbridgc Herald COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Your Area MAGRATH MRS. MILDRED MARKER MASINASIN MRS. FRANCIS MUEllER MONARCH MRS. JACOB OEKKER MOUNTAIN VIEW MRS. MAXINE HANSON NANTON MRS. MARY BENSON P.O. Box 97 P.O. Box 329, Milk Rivnr P.O. Box 61 Gen. Dtl. P.O. Box 314 Contticl those Di'Opm for District Newt or Classified Advorlisina RENEWS STUDIES IRON SPRINGS (HNS) 5Iiss Pamela Tnkcxla will be reUmiing shortly lo her studies at Foothills Hospital. Calfiary. Showered COALHUHST