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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Frirfoy, Augml 30, 1971 THE IFTH6RIDGE HERAID Graham, Ohler top gardeners By VIOUCT CL.ANf'V Ucralil News Service STAVELY The liJlh an- nual SLavely Flower, Vcgela- ble and Bake Show was held in L Ji e Slavcly Community HaU recently. UigJ) point, winners wore: Flowers Mrs. Don f Ira- ham, SLavely; baking Mrs. Len Johnson, Stavely; vegeta- bles Mrs. Out Ohler, Slav- ely. Overall high points went, Lo Mrs Don Graham, BAKING WINNERS Lemon pic Mrs. Carey. Drop cookies A Arlliur ScolL. Shortbread Mrs. Ivan ScoLl. Brownies Mrs. Wes Carey. White bread Mrs. Len Johnson. Brown bread Mrs Len Johnson. Chiffon cakf Mrs. Wes Carey. Angel cake .Mrs. Shirley Johnson. AppJe pic .llJ'.s. John An- derson. Butter tarts Mrs. Albert Iloclgcrs. Overall rolls Mrs. Wes Carey. Chocolate cake Mrs. Al- bert Rodgers. Dale loaf Mrs. Arthur Scroll. Bran muffins Mrs. Jerry Duhl. Baking pouter bijjcuils Mrs. Ivan ScclL. FLCMTJIS M. Single ruse Mrs. Spencer. Rose collection Mrs. M. Spencer. Single petunias Mrs. John Perroll. Single ruffled petunias Mrs. John PerroLL Double pctimjn Mrs, Wes Carey. Corn flouer Mrs. Dim Morrison. Sweet sultan Mrs. M. Spencer, Parkland. Kolipiglossis Mrs. Don Lace (lower Mrs. Don IVcs I Morrison. I Carnations Mrs. Don Gra- ham. Asters Mrs. Arthur Scull. Viola's Mrs. Shirley John- sou. Poppies Mrs. Percy Hi.s- vold. Oodelia Mrs. Don Gra- ham. African daisies Mrs. Shir- ley Johnson. Marigolds Mrs. John Per- rotl. Bulls of Ireland .Mrs Dan j Morrison. Monks) jowl Mrs. Dan Mor- rison. Golden Don Gra- hani. Zinnia Mrs. Don Graham. Candy luft Mrs. Gail Hust- ec! Blazing star Mrs. Frelan Passwords Roy Wilkinson dedicated lo youth and community Ijiire-au) the appointed vi'je-principa Crowi.nesi Consolidated Ifigh Sclviol. aiu! his lamilv [llr have uikcn up hrrn. lhc Coining from Mr. 'f.''! p' j Wilson wa.x rlran nf men and cut h involve men I progra m. Mrs. Wilson has been a v. tinlecr ;d the School rif PREMIER MEETS PLAYWRIGHT Mainstreeling at Taber, Premier Harry Slrom greels Winnipeg playwrighl-aclor- producer Frank A damson and Mrs. Adamson. both in southern Alberta for filming of a CBC-TV one-hour story about famed old lime guide Jerry Polts, Mr, Adam son porlrays 11 ihe cook in Ihe show. Filming WQS com- pleted recently al Writing-On-Slone Provincial Park. Hosl and relative Gordon Sounders, presiclenl of llic Tiber Social Credii League looks on, Gibb Photo [in iiNnicliy- in (lie fiiyli school- Vr. IVil.sfjii i- v.oi'kinp and junior college departments on rlnotwauv lie ol Oimroso Collect1, joining family m ih'- Ta.-s Active in promnunG closer Ihis aflcr si.x weeks of college community co-opera- lecturing ni. the University of lion. Mr Wilsor. was also Alherla summer session. i icachcr-sponsor of the college's' They have five children. Girls camp at Lynx Creek Dahlia Mrs. Don Graham. Gladiola collection Mrs. M Spencer. Rest single glad Mrs. M. Spencer. liesl Mrs. Dana siill wanlecl TABER Public re- action to a request for public opinion as lo a name for ihe new school being constructed to replace the IPIO Cenl.ra! S'choo] here has been nil. The hoard wns advised al meoling recently that not a .single suggest ion or ienuirk was received in to the; hoard's request. It is not too lo offer pni- fl.'irtT lo llic liuslees in the naming (if Ihe new Ctn'd'5 S- ranQcnicnl Camnrci Uojpltit.'i Gflil Hci'Jrd ft'ii-nd annual Mrs. Wes Carer. M.In -J baurjucl Mrs. Wes Carey jhaduw bov Mrs. Wes Carey, Mrs. Don Gralwm Table cenlre Mrs. Dnn Grahflm VEGETABLES On lens (pickling) C-enlry Ohler Onions (cooking) _ Mrs. Bob Edger- Cucumber (sliting) Mrs. Sam Nor by Cucumber (pickling) Mrs. Ivan Stroll. Turnip Mrs. Genlry Ohler. Corn Mr1. Wes Carey. Celery Mrs. Bob Edgprlj'n. Koli riabi iVus- Ohler. Vcgolable PcrrrJl. Mrs tal ODI (wnile) Mrs. Don arner women in WI fair Advance poll scheduled CARDSTON (H.vSi Tlwre were two nominal icns for the Aug. 30 provincial election in WARNER (HNS) Warner Mrs Consliluoncv Fair of Iho Alber-1 la Women's rnsliLulc. held at Iho Grain School, wilh Hills- w. view vri as the hostess branch i J won by Lhc Warner WI wilh 117 entries and 410 points. j WI had 123 en- tries and 380 poinl.s. A Trcidi Old Chief WI had LhrCC On-iwamer; Mrs. E'. Hutch'in'son.'w, Hanging- arncr; Wrs> E alerS fred) s (nclled gem) tries with 22 points. Individual hiph points honor was received by Mrs. J. Lie- bell of Warner with 87 points. Runners up were: Airs. A. Troidl. Warner. 85 points; Mrs. E. Hut c h i n s o n, Warner, 78 Mrs. F. Dangeiiield, Hillsview, 67 oints. Total individual newer points wcni In M.-S. A. Troidl of War- ohier j ner M poiiils. Runner up was Mrs. M. Vorherg of Hills- Mrs. Gen IRON SI'HFNGS 'HNS i anrl Mrs. 3. fl nnd Mr. and MIT. Clio Dunn visiled several points in B.C. recently. Car roll s Mrs. Shirley Jonnson. Beds (tubular) Mrs. Wes Carpy Bccls (round) Mrs. Stan Waters. Beans (wax) Mrs. Don Graham. Fftans (green) Mrs. Gen fry Oh- n'rley j Wor- i 20 A romclfrle HANDICRAFTS Grcuti pslchvjc i applique quill Warner WI. d1 pi antique auill Mrs. Lirdcr, Cardslon cri qu'i'lf fnd. Mrs. A. 5elBS5 Mrs. E. Hukh- ;-.ns Mri. W.. Hc.-Ml liid TL. J. Warner, Mrs. -i lied v.'ilh Mrs. V.'. ailcrnoon dress Mrs R Wall Hanging E. Warner UNDER THIRTY Preserves Mrs. R. Hulil. Hint- view Liquid Embroidery Mrs. W King, Hillsview. NoveUy Mrs. R. Hulil, Hillsview. COOKING While Bread Mrs. E. Henline, Hillsview; Mrs. K. Dangeiiield, Hills- view. Brown bread Mrs. E. Henline, HMIsvlew; Mrs. W. King, Hillsview. Milk Rnlls Mrs. R. Hulil, Hills- view, Mrs. K. Danasrlield. Hillsview. While cake Mrs. F Danqeriicld, Hil.sviow; Mrs, V. Calder, H'illsview. HiMsview, Mrs. F. Dangerlield, HiHs- cookies Mrs. M. Verbcrg, j Chccoifllc cake Mrs. R. Hi I Is view, Mrs. W. King, Hillsv Chil'on cake Mrs. R Hulil, To Brink farm NOBUiFOUD (Spcci a 1' The Xuhleiord volunteer fire clepartniGnl called for Ihe second time h lire at llir, John Brink when com- bustion in a piic of scrap lum- ber ignited (.he boards cfliisinp some concern for a short lime foi" nciv bujldu'gi under con- struction. A lij'c monllis ncn de- slroved a pig barn and pigs. L h e C a r d s t o n constituen- cy when nominations closed. E. W. Hinman, former pro- vincial treasurer, is the Social Credit candidate and Larry Lang is cam-ing (he Progres- sive Conservative banner. There; will he an advanced poll Aug. 2-1 Lo 2o. In Cardslon il will be in Lhc I own hall and al Raymond in the Alma Han- cock residence. COA1.HUR.ST fHNS) Mr. J and Mrs. Pan] PonUi-ola were i visited recently by grand- daughter Miss Sharlene Burn- 1 ct( of Calgary. BLAfRMORE fCNP Bureau) An girls' camp with 20 girls aged 12 to 1-J was held Aug. 1 to at Creek. Participants came from Fort i Maclcod. Pinclier Creelc and Colrmaii. j Siipcn-isors were: Betty Lou CoyJe, Debbie Don- na Campbell and Tern' Woj- Maureen Albicz from Lctli- bridge ivas camp I They in swim- j ming. obstacle courses, camp- I Fire activities and lectures bv i Bcnne Arnold, Dcnnic bammie and Larry Nelson. I These covered fish and wild- l Jife. provincial parks, compass anc" map reading. Leadership and responsibil- ity wen.1 emphasized, each girl being appointed leader for a day. All girls participated in a 32- hour food rationing exercise. Camp cooks were Mrs. En> mott and Mrs. H. Zeffen- bougen, both of Fcrt Macleod. See Brooks station NOBLEFORD (Special) The Barons Noble 4-H club recently travelled Lo tlie Brooks Horticultural Station for a field trip. AJlor touring the station, fl swim at Kimbrook Park was enjoyed. Later Lhc club toured all Lhe plots and gardens of members, prior to Ihe final judging by Milo Barfuss, tlie regional 4-H ajid Junior Forest Warden spe- cialist. Tlie garden club achievement night is scheduled for the audi- torium of Noble Central School, Thursday. Sept. 2. hops and malt ing water Mr: nuon Mrs. R. Mrs. King, Hills vic-.v. THE LIQUOR LICENSING ACT (PART 3) (SECTION 90 W NOTICE OF HEARING OF LIQUOR APPLICATION The following nolicc is published in accordance wilh the provisions of The tiquot Licensing Ac I: 1. The a.ea comprising THE TOWN OF VAUXHALt has been designated as a local option area for the purpose o( o( the above Acl: 2. The 29lh day of SEPTEMBER, 1971, has been set as Ihe date upon which the Board will consider opplicalions for licences under Ihe above Acl. unless prior to I hat dale the Board has received o pelilion signed by 500 el odors oi Ihe number of nrrMinj. nomrrJ on ihr- lolr-il li-.ts of clcctoi i for on rli clion o1 o momhrr or IG ibr Icgisla- IIVG from Ihc ai ca comprising the local option area, whichever is ihe iesser number, rcqueslincj I hot the ticulcnont Governor in Council submit to a vole ol the electors of the local option ore a a question in reaped of the dost of licence applied for. Dated at Edmonlon, ihis 13th day of AUGUST, 1971. A. D. EtLIOTT CHAIRMAN, IHE tlOUOR CONTROL BOARD ner. Earner; Mrs. J. LiclMH. Warner. Machine cmDroidcry Mrs. J. Mor- ton, Warner. Housecoal or rjusler Mrs. J. Lis- bEll, Warner; Mrs. J. Morfon, Wdr- view; Mrs. K. DannerliClO, Hills FLOWERS F Danq-rfield Roses Mrs. F. Dangerfielcf. Hills- vir.w; Mrs. 1. Kolesar. Hillsvicw i Mrs. M. Verbcrg. 5. M., Hills- view. Cier kid Mrs. A. Troi'jl. Warner. Marigold Mrs A. Trcidl. War- ner; Vrs. J. Ramsey. Double Ppiunid Mrs M Verbcrg i Hillsviev.-, Mrs. N. Arcflihalcf, HilFj H.'llsv J. ncr Mrs. IV. King, Hillsvicw Needlepoinl Mrs. E. Hulchinson, Vv'arncr. I Hemstitching Mrs. E. Hulcninscm, Wfirncr; Mrs A. Troidl, Warner Mrs. J. LIcbell, Warner; Mrs "A. Troidl, Warner. Crewel embroidery Mrs. ft. Wa- J lers, Mrs. A. Troidl, War- j LuJ.vork Mrs. M. Vrrbera, HMIS view; Mrs I Liebcll, Warner Crois ''Mch Mrs. 6 Hulchjnjori, I grows, I ma rroidl. P. 'Cock, oirJ Chf' ncr clolfi cr Day year shrinks a I Barn wo 11 Warner; Mrs Liquid embroidery [i Mrs V. Bianchi, Hillsview; Mrs. W. I Kmci, Hillsview. Liquid embroidery (en Mrs F. Danperheld, Hills' J Lirhell, Warner. Pillrw esses, croclicl (rim Mrs. J. LiObMI, Wsrncr, Mrs. W. King. (HNS) The first di-1 request made of the Ijeliihriclgo s' regional office, department of i education, by Taber School Di- an THE LIQUOR LICENSING ACT (PART 3) (SECTION 90 (4) NOTICE OF P V.niUr OF LIQUOR APPLICATION Iho jollowinrj nolicp Is publislicd in occoidoncc wilh llic provisions of The Liquor Liconsinq Acl: Tlio even comprising THE TOWN OF COALDALF lios been designolod as a local oplion area lor the purpose of of (lie above ArJ: 7. The 29Hi day of SEPTEMBER, 1971, has been sci as Ihc dale upon winch (In; Qocircl will considrr tippd'cnlions for (iccnccs. under Mir Acl, uiilcrr. prior ID 'hoi dale 'he Board irtrivcrJ n poiilion sirinrcJ by 500 electors of llir; obovp Hovrihrcl local oplion orco or 10 per ccnl of iSc nun-.hor of prrsniu, nnmrH on Ihc lalcM lisls of oiccfors for an election o( a member or members lo the P TAIl ccnlogv lo foui ing UK of Tnl 1 iililp jo inlondc roiiorl 'The jiccrpl; Jli-. for ntll Askor oica, whlthnver is ihe lesser number, rcqueslinq llial Ihe Lioulcnnm Governor in Council submil lo a vote of Ihe r dors of ihe local oplictii oroo a question in respect 1 of llii- (-feus of licence; applied for. Dulctl nl CHmonlon, Ihis 13th day of AUGUST, 1971. A. D. ELLIOTT CHAIRMAN, TNI AintRTA LIQUOR CON1ROI s innnilv Mr. HI s Iho nllu IKON Till- 11; ln-idiT Klrisl 1 evaluation of (he length of (he school day and of the school year in the Barn well School. The school is in (lie unique riirnl slu" dents from school buses rn route lo lhc Tahor st-hnnl, cnablmp Ihr srhool lo hrfiin Ihr 1 clnsinc lalor cncli j This could affniff Ihr. 'ippor tunily In phnrlcn UK schoul Tleidelbera FINE QUALITY BEER Trnirll. F Dam Praises students 'I'nr miurM nimir nf thrrr coiiMillauls from Ihc (HNS) The five gional office. ecology slurlfiiLs (now reduced Tlie purpose of (lie regional lo four) have worked office is advise in many ways' ihe .summer for Uio Towii and In ,'issisl scJiool; done a crcdil- nhlo said recreation super- inlen'Jenl Bliiis in a recenl adminislralors and s c h o o 11 boards in developing and main- laining eduealional pioRrams report lo Hie Imvn cmireil. The regional office will pro- ieii work lia.s been very vide evalualivc services Ilirouph learns of coiisulianls. ..............Tinarkcd li e i r: and will provide a cnniiiHinioa- J sen ices had ten rcqneslod I lions link Ihc schools) and the various brandies of Ihc Asked how be could loll llic department of ednealion, inclnd- inii> pirl from Ihe three boys, those of curriculum and ox doinp special work al Ihe ooni-1 aminalions. niunily and Mod in" wilh Tabor t.nislees Welcome to Heidelberg Mr. Hlais commented: "Tlial's easy, she does more work Ilian olhers. Slie's woie, S. W. Hooper. W. H. Len- cucha and B. P. (lonimennper, consullanls in admim'slralion, matlR'malics and ;irLs. 'HV1XS VISIT The ropional of- SPHIXCS fice is located in Llic court Hrin.sN) from Lclli- house Imildinj; lull uil] movr ucri1 jTuesls at Iho N. lo ofTii-e space in Iho lindpc Cnmmiinity college. Welcome to the taste of Heidelberg! So bright, so lively, so brimful of flavour it brings more enjoyment to your drink- ing pleasure. Welcome to the quality of Heidelberg! Heidelberg is brewed from only the best ingredients ...the finest golden barley malt, the choicest high prime Hallertau hops from Bavaria...and pure natural Rocky Mountain spring water. Take your thirst to Heidelberg today. You'll get a happy welcome that will never wear out because every glass of Heidelberg is as crisp and satisfying as your first. So much more to enjoy ;