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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 25, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Miss Diane Stronski showered with gifts TURIN (HNS) A com- munity biidal shower was held in the Turin School auditorium recently to honor Miss Diane Slronski, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Slronski of Turin. Assisting the bride at the gift lable were her bridesmaids, Miss Debbie Stronski, Miss Connie Stronski and Miss Bar- bara Shimek. Mrs. Mike (Alice) Paskai, Mrs. Jerry (Jean) Hammon, Mrs. Richard (Theresa) Pap- woilli and Mrs. Jim (Nessie) Ikcbuchi were the hostesses. Miss Pengilly back from Europe STIRLING (HNS) Dianne Pengilly, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Dan Pengilly, has return- ed from a five-week tour of several European countries. Highlight was the last week spent at Newcastle, England, in (he home of friends. Miss Pengilly will return to her teaching position in Cal- gary. Josiah OIT family galhers COUTTS (HNS) A Josiah Orr family reunion was held at Woolford Paik with 05 mem- bers in attendance from sev- eral points in Monlana and Al- berta. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Orr' attending. and family, Mi-, and Mrs. Leone On-, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Orr, all of Coutts and Mr. and Mrs. Rodgers of Sweel- gi-ass, Mont., H-ere among those Fund-raising events planned GHANUM (HN'.S'l-The Rcc- realtcs held a meeting recently in the home economics room of the Alex MncGi-egor School to plan future fund-raising events. It was decided lo hold a "lapallion" Sept. 24 and a dance Oct. The money earned from these events will be used for a new arena lo be built on the north side of POT-LUCK 'Nigeria Wednesdoy, August 55, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HFRAID 3 City firefighters get hot DIIIU GIHT As vote-lime approaches in Bird Grit Basin one Ihing is apparent none of the candidates is wearing his halo at a rackish angle. They're all pure as the grave] pit after a downpour and Bird Gritters wish all these critters could get elected. Some of them have tc The constituency is allowed only one member of the legisla- ture two would deplete the population and Ihree would wipe cut the community. So be it, one man will gel. the nod and the others will nod off to sleep on the Bird Grit Trad- ing Company porch, roc-king their chairs in slow motion as (he sands of time erase election tracks in Bird Grit Basin. One candidate, not in the run- ning according to everyone ex- cept his mother and we're not sure about her, is Charlie (Eird- Bath) Carkus. He is the owner of (lie Bird Grit Gravel Pil. His campaign slogan is "We didn't put the salt in Ihc ocean hut we'll put pebbles in your bird-bath." lie's campaigning By D'ARCY R1CKARD gravel on Ihc local roads. Another fellow in the running is Douglas (Gor.d-pecd) Valve- spring, winner of the Nobleford Peace Prize, and candidate for the No Down Payment Party. Rallying at Ibc Bird Grit Seed Cleaning Plant, they hooted and hollered and tore up their credit cards. "Roost is their rallying cry. Tiny Tory was invited Lo the affair but de- clined, saying "It's time some- one eaged those gilded Barney (Payroll) Pablum is a candidate for the By and By Youth Their slogan !.i "Everything will be lovely, lovely by and by.1' "When the pigs begin lo fly" snorts Jody Judd, running for the PETS. (Praise Everything Tomorrow is Barney let his party down, bumping his head on a post in the Bird Grit Cultural Centre hospital T rtctl in Loults hose-laying suppor liy ALICE HACKI-: Mrr.-ild Servicr COUTTS The Inlfi national I Hose laying competition, held j al Coulls, was won by Ihc Loth- GRANl'M (HNS) The Cul- vinclles were entertained al a iviencr roast recently at Ihe Jack Ilavinga farm in appro- cialion for their walkathon bridge'1 No.' 2 learn. They won which contributed more than to Hie '.vurk of Mrs. Mar- Coulls ;md tin Rcedj'k in the hospital al Nigeria. Mrs. Recdyk had sent a tape from Nigeria on which she bad recorded Ihe voices and music ol her Nigerian palienls, This was played for Ihe girls. Mrs. Reedyk was formerly Annalcne Havinga and is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Havinga of Granum. Sunday J school teachers lure Bultc was second will) a fimo of A'.', 14 .seconds Coulls No. 'i lean) was third with 51.CC seconds. In the make ami break ev- ent, Coii'.ts No. 1 team won Ihe grand aggregate with best lolal lime of M.I a dcnaled by the Saskaloon Fire seconds. LL'thbridgc No. 2 v.'as second with 3fi.K2 seconds and Anaconda Ihu-d wilh 41.41) soc- onds. Butle was second: The u omen's change-over ev-! O'Toolc of Lethbridgo wcrr; lime of tiy.42 sec- enl saw Lelhbridge win with a j present lo assist in Ihe com- lolal lime of Coulls was' petition, change-over second with a time of 40.3-1. This year's competition Engine with a onds. Company of Calgary, I lolal lime of 79.23 sec-j Picture with total onds. In Ihe Lethbridgc businessmen of Svvi-elgra.s.s. .Mont. There wen1 11 IIIC-N s loams registered, from Sini'mrM. Hel- ena Mont, and LclhbridKc. No- bleford. C'oleman. Warner, I'ic- luie Elltte and Coults. Provincial Fire Commission- ers A. Bridges. K. Healr-n iwlli of Edmonlon; Don Graham from Canary and And y No. 2 learn had: This year the tiophies were best time of 42.53 seconds. Pic-' donated by the merchants and a new hpe of timer su fully ..._ ____ ______ _____ COUTTE (HNS) Coulls when a power failure broke up Uniled Church Sunday School! 'ast Wednesday's political for- j will begin classes Sept. 19. Officers and teachers are superintendent Lucy Fot d strong for a liberal sprinkling of Taber teachers listed TABER (HNS1 The ap-lMrs. Nadine Nielsen (social R. L. Duane Duff, (librari i Mrs. Ruby Evan 0. Easlhope, (inc poinlment of two teachers has completed Ihe rosier of in- Frandsen Miss Alice structional .staff for T a I) c r School Division iVo. 6. Added lo staff arc Robert Ilagcl of Bcisckpr as student counsellor at W. R. Myers High School here, and Mrs. Anne Marie Bulhs of Spokane,, as biology instructor at tile same school. The 15-1 teachers in 11 schools in (he division will report ______ duly Monday. Aug. 30, under i (social Mrs. Frances more Mrs. Lu- tlic now approved modified G. Wilson Rodney P. school year, and pupils will re- Zaugg, (in Mrs. Sharon port for registration the folloiv- Jones Miss Patricia ing morning. I Griffin (home Robert By schools, Ihe Ieachers' roll j Hagel (special A. Rex Schneider, (industrial Raymond H Sheen, D. Pan] Stevenson, Ardwyn L. S t o n checker, (in- duslrial Mrs. Loya Slone- hocker (home Frank Sudol, Jos- eph G. Thompson, Mrs. Miriam A. Thompson, (home! Mrs. Mae Himmel, (Eng- Arthur Horovitch, (math) Lcnneth Lawson Mrs. Helen McAndrews (social John Brockelsby (Eng- Neil T. Nordquisl, (math, Robert Pawlowski, William Persley (physical Mrs. Sally Pync, Gerhard Reimer, (sou Marvin D. Clif- I was prelly thrilled, we all was, with Barney's speech, be- :ore he knocked himself cut. call is as follows. UAIIMVKLL SCHOOL nine teachers: Rex Gaboon, princi- pal (grades 7 (o J. Bever- ly Johnson, vice principal (grade Morgan Johnson llirr.dc Mrs. Lucille Perry (grade Mrs. Ruth Ann John- son (grade Lloyd S. Erick- son (grade Mrs. Joanne (grade Mrs. Eleanor Cook Charles Wallace Jr., (Lan Miss Helen Skid- -----c (physical Mrs. Lu- Viroslek (busmess (Donald Hildenbrand (social VAUXHALL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 18 teachers: Ahram J. Reimer, principal; Miss Zella P. Calvert, vice-principal (grade 61; Henry H Berg, ( Mrs. Hildegarde Jabs (grade John Moore (grade Mrs. Agnes J. Smith (grade Mrs. Myrna Blaney CKNTItAL SOIOOL, Taber 13 :naclicrs: William R. Broad- fool, principal, (grade Gary Oswald, (vice Mrs. Elizabeth Russell (grade Mrs. Ruth Mueller (grade Mrs. Hazel Pylypow (grade Mrs. Elizabeth Hamman (grade Miss Sybil A. Anderson. Anderson, (grade Mrs. Willa (grade Mrs. Sophie Tychon Fedor (grade Mrs. Neilson. i grade ciiAjnirrti, A i SCHOOL (Grassv Lake) 11 teacher fiichard G. Robir.son. principal, Marili; (grade Mrs. Ruth Fisher P; Mrs. Audrey Kris- zan (grade Mrs. G 11 Zclenka Mrs. Jose- (grade Miss Eileen Woller grade 4; Miss Marianclla Lc ano, (grade Miss Beatrice Johnson (grade Mrs. phine Hofman (special (grade Allen M. Andres, Dti. 1UMMAN SCHOOL, Ta- vice principal (grade Mrs. j her 12 Ieachers: James M. Helen G. Clcmis grade Oshiro, principal (grafte Elaine Slaucuwhile (grade Mrs. Charlaine Brock clsby tlvs 'grade Miss Elma Doerk- sen (grade Mrs. Ah'ce A. Klassen (grade Mrs. Mild- ren Christiansen (grade Mrs. Vicki L. Clifton George II. Hamilton, (g r a d e Mrs. Martha Wooley (grade Guy R Pr.sscy, vice principal (grade Ray Bryant (grade Mrs. Dorothy Francis (grade Mrs. Gertnid Od- (grade Miss Mary Ni- shima (grades 2 and Mrs. Geraldine Miyasbiro (librarian, grade Mrs. Lillian Cheyne (grade Mrs. Myrtle Lloyd (grade Mrs. Kathleen Sand- erson (part L. T. WKSTLAKE SCHOOL, Taber seven teachers; Ern- est Meyer, principal, (grade Miss Madge Harding, (grade Mrs. Evelyn Kinm- burgh (grade Miss Vivian Fawns, (grade Mrs Sharon Henry (grade Miss Maurine Brown, (grade Mrs. Gladys Zelenka (librarian, part-time1. VAUXHALL HIGH SCHOOL teachers- Ralph S. Ring- dahl. principal; C. Emerson Wrighl. vice principal; Randy L. Broadhead. Miss Katherine F. Buchanan, (home Lester J. Christcnsen, (soc Elaine Burbank (French; Robert W. Dick (mus- Miss Patricia Sinclair (grades 2 and Mrs. Rachel Woodruff (grades 4 and 51; Mrs. Elbe] Eichhorn (grades 5 and Mrs. Laurel Redd, (grades 1 and Mrs. Audrey Reli Miss Reta Schullz (grades 4 and G and re- Mrs. Kalhlenn E. Sander- son (half ENCHANT SCHOOL six Scigfricd Jabs, prin- cipal (grade Miss Linda Mcllom, (grades 7 and Mrs. H Charlotte Pclerson, (grades 5 and Mrs. June M. VViest, (grades 3 and Mrs. Verna M. Wicst (grades 1 and Mrs Vera Wiesl HAYS SCHOOL nine teach- ers: Joseph S. Kngcl, principal (grade J. James Wicken- beiser (grade 81; Mrs. Dclores Wolosnk (grade David G. Townsend. vice-principal (grade (ii; Miss Penny Harrison (grade Mrs. Emma Engcl (libra- Mrs. Bertha Brandon (grade Mrs. Yvonne S. Moore (grades 1 and Rob- ert Seaman (part-lime) KIXMDL'HCII SCHOOL Ihree Ieachers: Dan-el E. Pet- erson, principal (half Mrs. Shirley Ilirsche (grades 3 and Mrs. Cecelia Hart (grader 1 and 2) W. R. MYERS HIGH SCHOOL (Taber -K Ieachers: Donald V. Kilback, principal; Frank Semaka, vice principal; Hell G. Francis, vice-principal; Ar- thur A. Anderson (business cd- II. Anderson, Junior C. Bailey, (induslrial Donald R. Baldwin, Miss Gladys Barric Mrs. Anne M.iric Bullis Mrs. Iris Benson (business Mrs. Dora F.. Brown, Mrs. S'nllymac M. Chanl, Mrs. Laurie Chomany, (social Mrs. Frances R. Dog- Icrnm Mrs. IMS G. Duffer (pliys William J. Diiffce, (.social Don- ald A. Fc--gusoii, (social slud- Malcolm Edwards (inns- ici; N. Millon Ivorson, l.yli' C. Ki-istcr. Roy Krahn 1'elcr Lcnz, (social Mlilfii Lilchficld (social slud- it'ii: Dale l.imk, (s cicn c i.s J. Miller (business V. illii'm X. Morrison, linnalri W, Murphy, David Nelson, (physical Conple visits parcnls al Sliding STIRLING (UN'S) Mr. and Mrs. Gary McClenaghan, 4-II recreational specialists from the stale of Michigan, are visil- ing Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Ilirsche. Mrs. McClcnaRhan is the for- mer Cnrma Hirsche, formcr chccrjeader u'ilh Ihe Laker Basketball Club. She received her bachelor degree in recreation from the University of Alberta at Ed- monton and her master's at B r i g h a m Young Universily Ulan. The McClcnaghan.s conducl- a music and rccrealional program nt leadership confer- ences lor Uic stale. Mrs. M c C1 c n a g h a n also worked giving guidance lo families on how lo serve foods of nuliilinnnl value. Mr. Mc- Clennghan is finishing his mns- lers in parks and recreational nwiiirrc development. Thoy bolh hope lo find posi- tions in Alberta and sctlle hern. But Judd's talk strayed what. He ended up speaking about breeding, rearing and treatment of canary birds. Judd is president of the Bird Grit Basin Bird Watcher's Society. Spends most of his time tape- recording chirping crickets. Like Judd says, birds are up set and bewildered by any change, as much or more than human beings. He says pul new birds in a cage and they don't know where to look for food and water. Well, I guess it's lime lo tuck Judd away for the night. Boy, the shades are really down in his front hall! T'other candidate, hardly worth mentioning in this objec- tive news report, says he will make up bis mind on what should be done if lie happens to get elected. "I'll cross that bridge when and if I come lo said plumber Tim (Toilet- Tank) Meat. He's known tor an uncanny abilily lo slop in-Haling noises, leaks, squeaks and oven whis- tles in Bird Grit Basin wash- basins. Like the local tanks, he's runring. Like t h e y say down at the Bird Grit Trading Post no mailer how thick yen slice il's still baloney! Sure, and when Aug. 30 passes, we'll all still be scratch- ing out a living here in beauti- ful Bird Grit. Grit your leclh and vote! secretary treasurer Made- line Hacke; teachers Debbie McCuIloch, Gloria U'hipple, Eu- nice Minor, Alice Hacke, ginia Ford, Bebe McCuIloch, Holly Minor, Charlie and Min- nie Mellofont. Sept. 12 there will be special family service at 1 p.m. at Ihe Coutts United Church. USED CUPS Visilors to spas in Czechoslo- vakia used drinking cups wilh Mrs, Mary Jane. spolHs 10 protect Ihcir teeth Hovind (special I from becoming discolored. Mrs. N. Jeanette Forchuk' School slails Angusl for Ca I holies TABER (HNS) School starts Monday, Aug. 30, for 27 teachers at the two Roman Catholic separate schools here, St. Patrick's elementary and SI. Mary's High School. Pupils will register the follow- ing morning. Robert F. Calvin heads Ihe 17 teachers at St. Mary's as principal, assisted by Henry Pcard. vice-principal. Also on staff are Paul Adams, Henry Baumstark, Mrs. L i 1 B Pemberlon, Mrs. Doris Redel, project .NO WALLS: The oprn spa ITS of DIP new Taher Ccnlral School, IIOM- 11 n d c r conslriiclHin, HIT omphiisizrrt by Ihis view of Uic o p c n- leadring arm. The pholo was lakrn during Ihc rreclian of (he roof brains. The contrac- tor is Bird Construction I Ad. The ncMT clpmcnlary school nil] replace Ibc hrick sli-uclui-e which scrveil as Tahi'r's only school huild- ing for four ili-cadcs. Gihh Pholo. Norman Fooks firm wins Mrs. Carol Sudol, Blair Wag- ner. Constantiue Correia. Mrs. Sophie Williams, Sister Zadnik, Brother Van Do Den. Brother Maas. Brother Mensch, Broth- er Kollcr. Gilbert Hancock and School District No. .JJ to design Physical fitness Passey's goal TABER (H.VS) A program designed to molivate students to achieve a higher level of personal filness ivill be tried oul this year at the Dr. Ham- man Elementary School here under the riircclion of vice- principal Guy R. Passey. The awards system to be im- plemented in the fitness section TABER (HNS) Norman H. Fooks and Associales. Leth- bridge archilec-ls, have been an- cent pointed bv Taber S e p e r a I e schocpl bMrd L i .11 of ihe school's physical educa- tion program outlined al a re- The highest level of fitness. according lo Mr. Passey. would be symbolized by the presenta- tion of scarlet shorts lo match the T shirt. The school board expressed inlercs' in this innovative pro- gram and while some members had reservations that sccli a program might become loo of the involves public: filness an addilion to St. Patrick's Ele- mcnlarv School on 4lllh SI. here. Ralph Peach. At SI .Patrick's school, Clar- ence Wenlz is the principal. Other teachers are Mrs. Gloria Alb r i 11 o n. Mrs. Kalherine Pcard. Mrs. Emilic Janos, Mrs. Patricia Meier, Mrs. Gabrielle cillarv service areas. competilive, Mr. Passey ivas requested to report to the board later in the year when it lie- comes possible to evaluate thy j effectiveness of Ibc program. At the same school, a parti- tion wall between two class The addition will comprise a the school year. Each" will pin-- rooms is lo bc removed at a stage al the east end of the chase a scarlet T shirt and blue cost of some J40D lo provide a auditorium, one classroom, a; shorts at that time. Students! large area for learn leaching science room, a library and an-1 are lo be rcleslcd several limes: pj-ygj-ams Participating in Ibis during the vear. Students show- leaching innovation will bc prm- lesling of all pupils. Each student will be given a fitness test at Ihe beginning of Ragan. Mrs. Margaret R o I h, The appointment of architect; ing sufficient progress in fitness Mrs. Mary Wagner, and Sister was made by Ibc board of Irus- will be given shorts of a differ tees al Ihe regular meeting, ent color. cipal James Passey. Oshiro and Mr, ernest manning discusses the election issues tonight CFCN TV ;