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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Fourth Section The Lethbridge Herald Lethbndge, Alberta, Wednesday, August 28, 1974 vm Pages 35-40 Time for all things Canyon Church Camp, used for one week by patients, staff and volunteers with the CMHA, provides a serene setting in Waterton for sunning, playing a friendly game of baseball, or just walking around camp Above, volunteers discuss campfire activities while seated in the outdoor church, below, a view of sleeping quarters I VANTA'S ECONOMY MEATS' 904-7th Ave. S. Phone 329-4545 Join your friends this week In their very suc- cessful meat buying. Now only 12 to 24 hours sharp quick freeze procedure. Since the aquiaition of Ranchland now to be operated by Vanta's commencing Sept 1974 You are now ot greater mcceaa. The will be the lor both No Hanky Panky Notice No. Notice NO. NOtiCe NO. This week's specials at Vanta's Economy Meats only! Chuck Steak Cross Rib Roast FrOntS Cut Wrapped Grade A SidOS Cut Wrapped Grade A NOtiCe NO. Cut Wrapped Grade A Notice No. 6 Pork Steaks BBQ Notice No. Notice No. Notice No. Notice No. Notice No. Notice No. 7 Pork Cutlets 8 Veal Cutlets 9 Bulk Wieners 10 Spare Ribs 11 Hamburger 12 Bacon Ends Ib 89< 1.29 1.09 1.59 1.89 Ib Country cut BBQ Ib Lean hourly 3lbs 1.99 Maple Leaf 10 Ib boxes 8.90 13 to 20 no fancy for all the other stuff. Just hi and pick your cheap or eric lor them. Join your friends do eiactly that.___________________________________ Don't of September 1st, 1974 Vanta's Meats will operate Ranchland Meats under the new name of Vantas Ranchland Meats 2 stores to serve you, soon' Visit Vanta's Economy most progres- sive meat market in town PHONE 329-4545. Ave. Next Door Don't forget your Wienen. Jbnlk only It. Canadian nurse first to get grant EDMONTON (CP) A New Brunswick nurse is the recipient of the first Judy Hill Memorial scholarship Philip Ketchum, chairman of the board of trustees an- nounced that Theresa Landry of Belledune, N B has been awarded a grant to further her nursing career by studying mid wifery in Britain Miss Landry, 23, was selected over applicants from the West Indies, the United Kingdom and several other parts of Canada She is expected to graduate next summer from Gloucester Maternity Hospital in Britain and will then join medical ser- vices branch of health and welfare Canada for posting to a northern nursing station The fund was established to commemorate the memory of Judy Hill who diod while ac- companying her patients on a mercy flight in 1972 The plane, piloted by Marten Hartwell, crashed WeeWhimsv ToTimy neither Mm tht oripntf to Mt quow quotation to pipit The Herald 3 S SALE IN EFFECT AUGUST 29 to SEPTEMBER 4 Family CMHA camp popular event with patients For four years now, patients from homes for the men- tally ill in Claresholm and Raymond, have been given the opportunity to enjoy a week at camp Complete with arts and crafts, leather work, nature hikes and campfires, the camp has proven to be an interesting and exciting experience for the participants both patients and camp volunteers The camp, located at Canyon Church Camp on the Red Rock road in Waterton offers the patients a chance to get away from life at the institution, and provides a peaceful setting Hazel Ross, camp co ordmator and a volunteer with the CMHA for seven years, says the one-week adventure is "a holiday where some patients who have never been out of the home can leave behind the rules and regulations and make their own decisions "They learn to entertain themselves, and are given a chance to play host to their staff on the final camp she added During the week, campers are housed in cabins which accommodate five patients and one volunteer Activities during the camp which ended last weekend included a Gay Nineties carnival, painting, games dancing, house and song writing contest and many hikes At first the volunteers, all of whom are about 20 years old have to encourage the people to take part in things, to try hiking and the like But in a few days the patients are ready to get involved in almost everything that s suggested says Mrs Ross Volunteers Leland Kirk and Judi Walker say the patients are great to work with They have a great sense of humor and enjoy being with someone and take part in skits talent nights and hikes happily even though most are fairly old Patients are chosen to attend the outing according to the progress they have made while at the home and include seven from each home and seven out patients recommended by the Lethbndge Municipal Hospital B fi Chris Stewart Meeting sites sought Happy Hour Bible Club director Ivy Owen is combing the city for 50 homes in which to hold clubs this fall and winter together with teachers and assistants CJOC-TV has already offered a weekly 15-mmute time slot for the popular Sunday morning Happy Hour show Father James Carrol, rector of St Patrick's church, is off on a six week holiday which will take him to Ireland and Israel Six sisters from St Aloysius convent have returned from a month s prayer retreat in Spokane, attended by 60 Canadian Sisters Held at the Immaculate Heart Retreat the program included two weeks of prayer and two weeks of study on the works of St Paul Attending from Lethbridge were Sisters Gertrude, Alice, Paula, Frances, Inelda and Patricia with Sister Yvonne volunteering to care for 10 Sisters in Calgary who were unable to attend the reatreat Mike Clemis, counsellor and special program consultant for Canada Manpower is back at his desk this week following eight weeks of hospitalization at the Calgary General hospital un- dergoing surgery resulting from an airplane accident four years ago when he broke his ribs in a crash while dust-cropping the Mclntyre ranch Mr. and Mrs. John Cole, sponsors of the Evangelical Free Church Youth group, and daughters Heather and Linda, were feted by members and adherents of the church prior to their move to Edmonton The beautiful new provmcially-owned Retreat House at Elkwater provincial park, with its spanking new, commodious kitchen and gymnasium, the province has made available to youth groups, was the scene of the Youth Retreat of the Evangelical Free church young people from Southern Alberta The Omegans, the local youth choir directed by Mrs. Rudy Fast, were the featured vocalists Eighty young people attended Forty-five members of the Golden Mile Dancers were guests of the East Glacier Oldtimers' Club in Cutbank Mon- tana, recently The local dancers will perform at the Blue Sky Nursing Home on September 6th and at Green Acres, September 12th Ecumenical baking has become a specialty with Mrs. Elsie Legacy of 1264 8th Avenue She turns out bread and buns for bake sales sponsored by the Mormons, Salvation Army and St Patrick's church functions as well as for the Rangers and Guides Celebrating a 75th birthday is fairly common these days but receiving a birthday visit from each of your seven widely scattered brothers is another thing all together Mrs Fay Depew, of the Milk River Ridge, south of Raymond, who came to the area from Utah in 1903, has enjoyed visits from each of her brothers from Phoenix, Salt Lake City, Boise and Nevada, to mark her milestone Mrs. Evelyne Atwood, the city's African Violet queen, who sets her violet leaves by the moon, believes her hobby has a beneficial therapeutic value and provides a bit of distraction for folk who call to view her assortment which exceeds 500-plants A youth retreat at Canyon Church camp at Crandall Moun- tain, Waterton, is slated for Labor Day weekend by YUC, the Youth of the United Church. 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