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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Tliunday, August 27, 1770 THE LETHBRIDGE HEKALD 3 WIENER ROAST Napi Friendship Association's recent Wiener Roast ol Sum- mer-view Bridge attracted 95 residents of the Peigan Reserve and Pincher Creek for an active evening of Softball, horse shoes and singing around a camp fire. Napi News Photo 'Pass Forests Tinder Dry By VERN JJECOUX Crowsncst Pass Bureau BLALBMOHE Forests in tiic Crowsnesl Forest Reserve and Bow River Forest are in sn extremely high combustible condition. Shower Held GRASSY LAKE (HNS) Pink and while streamers, bells and pink-skirted ladies, carry- ing out Hie color scheme for the wedding, formed the decor at miscellaneous bridal shower held in the LDS' Church in hon- or of Miss Marlene Raisbeck. Tlie bride was assisted in opening her gifts by her moth- er, Mrs. Luke Raisbeck, with recording done by Mrs. Leon- ard Sanderson. Miss Raisebeck has become the bride of Delbert Matheson and the newly-weds will he making their home in Eugene, Oregon where they are em- ployed. John Booker, fire control of- ficer here has announced for- est closure is in effect to all public travel. Since no change in weather is forecast the'forests will re- main closed to all public until weather conditions change. PubEc co-operation is urged to prevent forest fires. Parents are asked to speak to their children and explain the serious condition of dryness that exists. Since April to the present, 12 fires have been reported in the Orowsnest Forest. A number of incidents have occurred where persons have found small fires and did what they could to prevent the spread of the fire. This co-op- eration from the public is greatly appreciated by the for- estry department. Tlie two recent fires near Coleman covered some 10 to 12 acres and although no commer- cial timber was lost the scenic value of the trees destroyed Crpwsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Detoujt, Resident Rep., Blcrirmore Phone cannot be replaced. It is as- sumed that both of these fires were caused by children. Tlie co-operation of the pub- lic is urged to save cur forests. People spotting fires should immediately phone any of the following numbers 562-2811; 562-2921; 563-3506 or B63-3851. Grass Fire NEW DAYTON (HNS) The second fire within a week occurred in the New Dayton area when a grass fire broke out at the Leif Trockstad farm. Bruce Trockslad was cutting hay around the out buildings when a spark from the tractor ignited the dry grass. Neigh- bors and the Warner Fire De- partment arrived on the scene arid by keeping the buildings wet, were able to control the fire. No damage occurred. PLANE GOES M.P.H. LONDON Con- cortJe-002, the British version of the Anglo-French supersonic airliner, reached its fastest speed so far of miles an hour during a test flight re- cently. COALDALE The Barons- Eureka Health Unit is sponsor- ing the following infant and pre-sdiool clinics: COALHUKST: Tuesday, Sept. 1, in the Royal Canadian Legion Hall from to p.m. TABER: Tuesday, Sept. 1, hi the Health Unit Office in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. BARNVVELL: Wedne s d a y, Sept. 2, in the school from 1 to 3 p.m. IRON SPRINGS: Wednes- day, Sept. 2, in the Huntsville S'chool from to p.m. COALDALE: Thursday, Sept. 3, in the Health Unit Of- fice (upstairs hi the Town Of- fice Building) from ]0 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. TABER: Thursday, Sept. 3, in the Health Unit Office in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. GRASSY LAKE: Frid a y, Sept. 4 in the school from 1 to 3 p.m. Fluoride tablets are avail- able at all clinics free of charge. Dr. G. R. C. Palmer, medi- cal officer of health, urges parents to ensure their chil- dren are fully protected against contagious disease. Battle Fire NATAL, B.C. (HNS) The B.C. Forest Service in the For- ma District of the East Koolc- nay is battling a forest fire in a remote area and has been hampered by Die extremely rough terrain. The outbreak is in the Bingay Creek area on tlie west side of Elk Valley about 35 miles north of Natal. It was re- ported that the Forest Service was unable to get men or ma- chines into the area until a road was bulldozed in from the Elk Valley. Use of water bombers is pro- hibited, by the extremely rough and hazardous terrain. Moun- tains in the area range in Recital Sept. 5 .BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) -Mrs. Tess (Thornton) Mid- dleton will give a piano recital in the Isabelle Sellon School auditorium Blairmore at 8 p.m. Saturday Sept. 5. Mrs. Middleton is the daugh- ter of Mr, and Mrs. Don Thorn- ton of Blairmore and is well- known in Southern Alberta music circles. She graduated from the University of Alberta in May, 1969, with a bachelor music degree. She is now completing the program to ob- tain her master of music de- gree. height from to feet above sea level. Bingay Creek is approximately five miles south of Connqrs Lake. Wins Scholarship MIDLAND, Tex. Allan K. Solberg has been awarded a scholarship from the Society of Exploration Geophysicisls Foundation. Mr. Solberg will be a junior at Montana Col- lege of Mineral Science and Technology, Buttc, Mont., ma- joring in geophysical engineer- ing. Mr. Solberg's scholarship is made possible by a gift to the Foundation from Chevron Oil Company, Houston, Tex. Sleepy Hollow Flower Winners Winners of the flower competition 1970 Sleepy Hollow Club, are listed as follows: HOUSE PLANTS Plants in pols 7. E. Tomfohr. Non-flowering Plant T. D. Niel- SOIK 2. G. McLeod; 3. H. Skippen. Cacti 1. M. Peterson; 2. G. Mc- Leod. ARRANGEMENTS. Driftwood G. Mr-Leod, F. Culler. Porch lubs l. K. 'Barrows, E. PDried 1. V. Hlerath; 1. iV Welsh; 3. R. Wright. All Foliage 1. I. Welsh; 2. A. Nora Thielen Table Centrepeice 1. I." Welsh; 2. B. Vornbrbck; 3. E. Sponce. Miniature Bouquet I. N. Bair; 2. F. Culler; 3. R. Bair. Cup, Saucer 1. L Hovan; 2. F. Culler; 3. K. Anderson. One side view only 1. B. Vorn- brock; 2. F. Culler. Container of mixed flowers 1. Welsh; 2. L. Hovan; 3. M. Harty. Corsage 1 I. Welsh; 2. K. Bar- rowns. Wild Flower T. K. Barrows; 2. I. Welsh. Dish Garden 1. K. Barrows; 1. Welsh; 3. M. PelerEon. ROSES Floribunda 1. L. Hovan. Hybrid Tea 1. .L Hovan; M. 1. I. Welsh; I, N. Balr; 3. M. Harty. DAHLIAS Decorative 1. B. Bennett; R. Peni; 3. K. Reese. Cactus 1. Mrs A. Beciuk. Pompom 1. E, Tomphor; 2. F. Culler. Other Kinds 1. M. Kolesar; 2. K. Anderson. GLADIOLUS 1. spite 1.. M. Peterson; 2. K. Reese; 3 K. Anderson. 3 spikes 1. K. Anderson; 2. M. Peterson. BouqOet -7. K. Anderson; 2. I. Welsh; 3, M. Peterson. ANNUALS AND PERENNIALS Asters 1. M. Kolesar; 2. J. Penr Bachelor 1. K. Anderson; Dr. Slrlngham; 3. N. Balr. Candy Tuft 1. N. Thlelen; 2. A. Vornbrock. Carnation 1 N. Bair; I. A. Bair; 3. R. Bair. Calendula 1. N. Bair; 2. E. Spence; 3. F. Culler. I Cosmos 1. I. Welsh; 2. F. Culler. Chrysanthemums 1. F. Culler; 2. L. Hovan. Delphiniums F. Culler; 2. A. Vornbrock. 1 Glorlosa Daisy 1. N. Balr. Shasta Daisy 1. A. Vornbrock; 2. Tomfohr; 3. N. Bair Galardta 1. E. Tomfohr; 2. N. Barrows; 3. Kath Barrows. Golden Glow 1. F. Culler; 7. I. Welsh; 3. I. Thielen. Lilies 1 E. Spence; 2. E. Tom- fohr; 3. N. McNabb. African Marigold 1. E. Tomfohr; N. Bair; 3. A. Vornbrock. French Marigold 1. I. Thielen; 2. J. Penz. Pansies 1. M Kolcsar; 2. Mrs. L. Kolesar; 3. C. Ellerl. Phlox, Perennial L I. Thielen; 2. Bertha Harly; 3. Roger Thielen. Peoples I. K. Barrows. Petunia, single 1. N. Balr; 2. B Bennett; 3. Dr. Straight. Ruffled 1. A. Vornbrock; 2. F. Culler; 3. B. Penz. Double 1. N. Bair; 2. M Kolesar. Snapdragons 1. Mac. Quinn; 2. B. Bennett; 3. F. Culler. Sweet Peas one color 1. K. Slreight; 2. Dr. Streight; 3. N. Sireight. Sweet Peas, mixed 1. Dr. Streioht; 1. Mrs. R. Walker; 3. F. Culler. Perenial, sweel peas K. Ander- son. Zinnia 1. L, Hovan; 2. H. 3. K. Anderson Any other flower 1- Mrs. Andy Beciuk; 2. E. Tomfohr; 3. H. Balr. GRAIN GRASS Crested wheat E. Piltmen. Wheat 1. K. Welsh; 2. R. Welsh Barley I. K. Welsh; 3. E. Pitt- Flax 1, E. PItirnan; 2. K. Welsh. FRUIT Raspberries 1. L. Hovan; 2 E. Halmrast; 3. H. Howleft. Any olher berries L. Hovan; 2. I. Welsh. Crabapples 1. N. Bair; J. B. Harly. Apples 1. N. Balr; 2 B. Harty; 3. L. GKchirst. Any other fruit 1. B. Harty; 2. Harty. CHILDREN UNDER 12 Any floral arrangement 1. Gail Harly; 2. Byron Osing; 3. Linda Vorn- brock. Vegetable Sculpture I. Kalhy Kic- ralh, Linda and Karen Vornbrock; 2. Darryl, Randy, Wayne and Gall Harly, Brenda Kolesar and Wendy Vorn- brock. Mr. Solberg, the sun of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Solbcrg, How Island, attended Gcrshaw High S'chool, Bow Island, and Mount Royal College, Calgary, lie was on the honor roll at Mount Royal College for two years, lie is a student member of 3EG. Visit Haneys IRON SPRINGS (HNS) Recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Haney in- cluded Mr. and Mrs. Ray Han- son, Mr. and Airs. 0. Sharp, and Mrs. Lucille Stehafter all of Citibank. Mont.; Mrs. M. Noble of Innisfnil and Mrs. 0. Wood- house of Calgary. While hero attended the funeral ser- vice for the lakj Harry Kane. Tour Museum NEW DAYTON (HNS) A total of 18 senior citizens from the Raymond Ridgeview Lodge enjoyed a recent afternoon out- ing when women from New Dayton drove them to Lcth- bridge. They enjoyed the musical en- tertainment at Mender son Lake and toured the Sir Alex- ander Gait Museum. The women in charge were Mrs. Jim Ross, Mrs. Joe Ki'hoen, Mrs. Howard Kaupp, Mrs. Tom Cronkhite and Airs. August Kaupp. Welcome Rector FORT MACLEOD (Special) Christ Church (Anglican) will welcome its new rector this week. Rev. Ronald Arliss Hunt and his family will arrive in Fort Macleod on Friday. Mr. Hunt, a native of On- tario, received his education at the University of Western On- tario and at Huron College. He was ordained by Bishop Lux- ton in 1959 and served Uie Dio- cese of Huron until coming coming west in 1967. Night Shopping TABER (HNS) Night shopping will resume in Taber the first week in September. Night shopping will be held on Saturday and will be on a year-round basis rather than the last three months of the year. Council was advised UIB bylaw provision for Wednesday afternoon shopping two weeks prior to Christinas would not be changed. COUNTRY NEWS These Are TheletUbtidge Herald Correspondents In Your Area PINCHER CREEK AND BROCKET KORINE YELLOW HORN Brocket PINCHER CREEK MRS. EDWARD LUNN (Special Correspondent) Box 213 W.iENTHAM MRS. RALPH WH1TROW P.O. Box CLARE5HOLM PAUL ANDERSEN....................P.O. Box 248 COUTT5 MRS. ALICE HACKE...............General Dcliaery MASINASIN MRS. FRANCIS MUELLER------P.O. Box 329, Milk River COALDALE MRS. PETER TYMBURSKI..................Bex 1005 Contact tliese people For your District Newj or Classified Advertising Introduces For Fall '70 the NOW way to go Back-To-School and Campus With A, V-Neck Trimmed Wool Pullover Sites S, M, I, XL. Colors.. Silver grey, ebony brown, pine green, novy, chestnut brown, cornel, red........ 16.95 To mplch, all wool yarn dyed worsted hopsack Red Line straights. Sizes 28 to 38. Colors co-ordinate with Don Parker Sweaters-silver, ebony brown, pine green, navy, chestnut brown, rust, 17.95 B, Don Parker Easy Rider Koratron Flares 65% Docron, 35% Avrll bold twill. Sizes 28 to 38. Colors: brown, navy, black............. 14.95 D. Don Parker Sleeveless V-Neck Belted Wool Tunic Sizes S, M, L, XL. 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