Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
Solurduy, Augutl 21, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 9 92 swim under Hod Cross STIRLING first session of Hcd Cross swim- mine lessons had 92 pm'lici- pants enrolled. The lessons were taught by lifeguards Barhara Nilsson and Valeric Ilirsohe. Children were bused from WrenLham and Warner to join the Stirling swimmers. At the close of the course the examinations were given by Brian Long from Lelh- bridge with 55 swimmers re- ceiving passing marks. Bid farewell to priest PINCHEH CREEK (Special) Friends and parishioners gath- ered recently in St. Michael's Parish Hall lo bid farewell to Rev. John Weisgeruer and to wish him success in his new appointment lo Corpus Chrisli Parish at Calgary. j Father Weisgerber has also j served St. Henry's and Our Lady of Mount Carmel in Wa- terton Park. Archie Pelrone, chairman of the parish council, presented Father Weisgerber with a donalion from his parishioners. The need for continued strong and steadfast faith was stressed by Father Weisgerber. START THREE-BEDROOM UNITS Square Deal Homes timiled of Coaldale starts construction on eight three-bed- room semi-detached houses at Coaldale with this sod- turning ceremony. Clair Henwood manager of tethbridge CMHA, assists Mayor A. F. Blakie on the shovel, tooking on are councillor Hans Pfeffel, centre; John Redekop, cham- ber and Peter G. Martens, Square Deal's pres- ident. The units will go up on five lots at (he easl end of Main St. Tolol cosh Mary Timburski Photo Film club PJNCIIEIl CREEK (Special) Pincher Creek now has a film club and in future months they plan lo bring some of the classic motion picture Irom the European cinema, conjuiing up names such as Fellini, Ingmar Bergman and others. Contact Dr. Jaun Teran or Mrs. Rex Groenvold of Pincher Creek il interested in joining. Picnic held NOBLEFORD Kelio Park was the scene of IJic annual picnic of the Orig- inal Pensioners Organization recently. The Northern Bus Lines brought one load out this year. Many thought the clouds in the morning would dampen Ihe fes- tivities. This proved to be a wrong impression. The after- noon cleared off and those pres- ent had a wonderful time. Win medals STIRLING (HNS) Youlhs from the community achieving in the Summer Games were Tim Hill and Dick Pengilly, both 15 years ot ape. They won silver medals in the 18 and under icnnis doubles. Ward Hicken, 10, won two gold medals in relay swimming and a silver modal in breast- stroke. Rhonda Hitkt-n, 8, won a sil- ver medal for her divinR. Tourist leepee rises at Frank FRANK (CNP Bureau) A new Alberta government tour- ist information teepee east of the Turtle Mountain Motor Ho- tel will be completed this week. Future plans for the car- I peted, air-conditioned unit in- j volvc Jandicaping and a picnic area. There is a possibility of the unit operating on a year-round basis with a staff of three. FIRST IN SALES! FIRST TO ARRIVE! 1972 TOYOTAS JAPAN'S NO. 1 IMPORT ON DISPLAY NOW TOYOTA TRAVEL CENTRE CouMs Highway PHONE 317.3165 VISIT RADIUM IRON SPRINGS rilNS) Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Haney and family had a Iroliday at Rad- ium. Nelson, Hicken, Domire show endurance in swim STIRLING OINS) The ju- nior swim clus recently held a "swim-a-thon" to raise money for Summer Games expenses and for equipment for the pool. Each swimmer was sponsor- ed by various community members for so much money a length. The maximum num- GOSPEL MEETING 2720 21st Ave. South, Lethbridge CHURCH OF CHRIST Come hear the BIBLE preached by Mr. John Coffman of San Diego, Calif. No denominational creeds no doctrines of man. Bring your Bible and a friend. You will have the opportunity to ask questions al the end of each lesson. THERE WILL BE NO COLLECTIONS FROM THE PUBLIC EACH EVENING AUG. 22nd 29th EACH EVENING Transportation will be provided if needed. Phone 328-5781 I her of lengths each member could swim was 100 making about a mile swim. Three out of (hs eight partici- pants accomplishing this were Billy Nelson, 10, of Wren- lham; Ward Hicken, 10, and Terry Domire, 12, both of Stir- ling. The amount raised was part of which has been used for life jackets for the pool. Geers leave for N. Zealand PINCHER CREEK (Special) Mr. and Sirs. John Gcer and family have left for New Zea- land where they will live at Raumati Beach, a resort area, 40 miles norlh of Wellington, the capital. They mil be met on their ar- rival in lhat country by Turoa Royal, the Maori education of- ficer in (he capital city. Mr. Geer taught school here for three years PROGRESSIVE CONSERVATIVE TABER WARNER BOB BOGLE YOUNG AND DYNAMIC. BOB BOGLE ENTHUSIASTIC AND HARD- WORKING. BOB BOGLE PART OF THE LOUGHEED TEAM. BOB BOGLE NOW! FOR EFFECTIVE, RESPONSIBLE REPRESENTATION IN TABER- WARNER VOTE: RJ. BOB BOGLE X Autlioriiod by: THE BOD DOGLE TADER-WARNER CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE ON SALE AUGUST 23rd THROUGH 28th EMPRESS EA. WON. thru SAT. HAND TOWELS OUR RE.GUUP. PRICE 1.67 [a MON. thru SAT. BATH TOWELS OUR IMUUB PRICE "X E3 Caldwcll matching set; irt solid colors! All elegant fashion ONE SIZE PANTI HOSE MISSES' MINI AND PETITE HALF SLIPS Slock up now for your school needs! Popular shade available. All 100% slrelch nylon fealunng lhat smart nude heel- Many styles with fancy lace trim- White Pink, Aqua, Yellow, in sizes small, med., and large. KRESGE SPECIAL PRICE c KRESGE SPECIAL PRICE TENITE3RING PACK 3 BINDERS CAMPUS NOTE BOOKS SUDDEN BEAUTY HAIR SPRAY YOUTHS' HOSE CAMPUS HOSE slrelch nylon elastic top! Cable knit stitch to toe. While and colors. Sizes 7 to 9 to 11. Miilli-ply 100% slrelch nylon! As sorted colors. Fit 8-10- Shampoo or Creme Rinse BLACK PLASTIC SET OF 3 SUIT PANT OR SKIRT HANGERS PLAID IMPORT VINYL ATTACHE CASES SKOOL DAZE SPECIAL LOADED HAMBURGER Ticnch Fries ond Grtivy, and n Coke. PKG.30 LAURENTIAN COLORED PENCILS WITH TREE BINDER SGI: sn.aAi ruiCL SMAIL SPICIM-l'lilCC KlfltGf SI'lUAL ri-'ICE SFLCIALPKICi: 77c 2.29 3.19 3.39 MON. Itiru SAT. MON. thru SAT. 4 1.00 MON. Ihrli SAT. MON. Ihru EAT.