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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta ___________Wednesday, Detomber 1, 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID 3 Talented artists al nsi V Ji, Pict M STUDIO WORKSHOP Mrs. Jessie Malmberg of Pic- Butte, standing, conducts a lesson in ceramics for luro Butte craftsmen. The women are gathered in r.. Malmbcrg's studio workshop. The day figures they .del nre fired in o studio kiln at P. Johnson Photos. Ceramics PICTURE BUTTE (IlNSl Mrs. Jessie Malmberg is kept quite busy her many hob- bies, business and houseworl ,She conducts lessons in cera- mics. Groups meet at her home studio. She has three classes a week. They receive help and learn techniques of this very interest- ing hobby. There is a kiln which can be heated to some 2 300 degrees Alter the women have sculpt- ed, painted and cleaned their pieces these are fired to the desired temperature. Most of the work being done is fired at about 1.800 degrees. Along the shelves are Ihc green figurines that will be D 1 II .......-o BOOSTS CLARESHOLM RECREATION Max Gibi the Alberta department of youth presents Si Claicsholm recreation board chairman Marguerite Win': head. Looking on arc, from left, school trustees Ait and George Whitehead and town councillor Willard ker, seated. They're laughing about how they'd spend money if it was their own. -Paul Andersen Phoic: Pension plan sessions sel Pincher Oeek., Blainnorc eld its re-: Leihurul.m1 d isl rid office manager r.f the Canada 1) II. Plan. J. C. (Ferni Boaclianl. to inform residents ol and tin1 following areas that R. V. treasurer. iiEii cm H. Clarke, reventive s Winning squad COALDALK HINSI Win- ner nf the Western High Foot- hall Conference is the Kcte An- Spartans squad. They arc Wayne Oliver, Western Eight all-sfar line- man: Richard Ism', Western Kiplil. all-star end; Barry Onl- kean. all star defensive back; C, e r hard Schmold. Western Eight til-star nmning back; Terry Gould-Hawkc, Western Eight nil-star defensive line- i man: Ray Lister, rookie of the year; and quarterback Don I Quapp. the "most, improved j player'' on the .Spartans. Coach is Les Kanta. council chambers: Dec. CJ a m. to 12 noon. Anyone wishing lo Uik vantage of this service i dially inviied to (In MI. Mr. V i n c y will queries on the Canada r Plan, {.lie Old Ape Sc-nirr the Guaranteed Income -1: ment. He vill also provide tanco in the filinR of lions lo who ;MT r will soon be qi.uOifi'jd f above-noted honcfit.s. WITH PARENTS KOBLEFOKD T Diane Erickson of spending a few days parents. Mr. slid Mrs. K Erickson. P1XCKER CREEK (Special) piililic forum will be held "i p.m. Dec. 7. Ihe District N'.i. S te, give citizens nn to learn more abcul preventive social ser- vices program, currently in its toutIh M i I ke Pinc'ber Creek town ci nncil if M c it fu! ation. lias to renew its participation in the progranr for the period April 1. lo WINS MKUAJ, licvorlcy Ann PcValois of Claresiinlni fli.snla.vs tlir (inviTnor f'.on- rriil's Medal she received from II. H. Hnss, retiring f-ll- pcriiilcndviit of schools for llic {'reck sclmol divi- sion. Seven nf tlirsn medals have been in (he past It years at Hie Claresiiobn Junior High School all by girls. Miss DeValois was tlie, lop scholar in (Inule !l. A total of medals are pre- sented ncrnss (he nation, rrinoipal Marcus lleclt snys it's about lime Ihc Iioys starl- ed winning a few medals. Andersen Photo. dish-id on paji'c SUPERB FARM LAND FOR SALE 960 Acres One Chunk I1.' milns by 1 inilo MO HUIIDINGS Priced lo Soil! To this properly Conldtt GH'.RS REALTY rlmne 7j7-.T820r BARONS March 31, 1973. The program, which is shared by Uie prov- ince (SO per cent) and eight local communities in the Crows- nest Pass and Pincher Creek area (20 per cent) operated on a budget of in 1970-71. 'o. nroeram. which offers surveys, and pi- grams for the 12.543 residents of the e i g h I communities served. The public forum will give Uie public an opportunity to hear about it and to offer sug- gestions about existing or need- ed programs. One proposal for a project is the establishment of a senilr citizens' drop-in centre, and this could be discussed at the for- um. Charles Jacob mil be present to answer questions and give an outline on the Hcadslarl kin- dergarten. Refreshments will be served. The meeting ml! be on the low- er floor of the MD Building. For further information phone 627- 3923 Twilijjhl Baud rocks Gramim GRANUM (HNS) Granuni residents were given an intro- duction lo modern music when the Twilight Band made iis ini- tial appearance at the Home and School Variety Night re- cently in (he school gym. Jhe band, composed of Brian Ferret, drums, Handy Munro, bass guitar, Larry Gassncr, lead guitar and Wally Wock- nitz, drums, played hvo selec- tions. The lighting effects by Mike Gilicspie were well done. Although many adults found the music strange and too loud, the younger set greeted it with great, enthusiasm. The rest of the program was as follows: choral selection, Grade 1 class; skit by Tammy Mathcson, Nancy Wynia, Rhon- da Kootselnar, Joanne Dunlop, Diane Reierson a n d Nancy Vccnlanci: two plays. Heart Trouble by KaIhy Veen 1 and, Joanne G r e i d a n u s, Karen Vecnland, June Poclman and Cindy Calderwood and .1 im- my's Unlucky lUorning by Deb- bie Russell, Wendy Cesar, Con- nie Ann and Elaine Mcnsingcr; recitation by Char- lene Knapck; accordian solo by Dean Knapek; vocal selections by Lcisa Travis, Frank Etman- ski and Lorraine Gouin, the Grade two class, Rhonda Asley, Darla Kress, Elaine Dunlop, Allan Vcenland, Barry DeMaere, Betty Russell, Barry Baker, Guy Luk, the Grade 3 class, Renee Cesar, the dibs, Tracy Fjordbotten, the Grade 4 class, Lori DeMaere, Sherry Baker, Cheryl Stralulat, Darla Kress, Leann Clark and Jac- quie Gassner; piano sobs by Heather Dunlop, Kathy Vceiv land, Dawn, Phil and Kim Sulli- van, Karen Veenland, June Poelman and Cindy Calder- wood. MCs for the program wore Tom Barnes and Greg Travis, Wool ci 1 iw c t Europea 1 Printed lop with plain pull on crimp pants. A Sizes 10-13 Sock lenders for slock yard COUTTS (HNS) Plans for (he building of Canadian stock yards at Coutls have bi-cn pass- ed by the government a tender for the construction should be put out shortly. A new border centre for ani- mals imported from tho U.S. and a new quarantine station are projecls Dr. Brewstcr, county and port veterinarian, Coutts, has worked to achieve. achieve. For years, consecutive port veterinarians have been using American facilities at Sweotgrass, Mont. All hough relations belvocn the Canadian veterinarian and his American counterpart have always been excellent, 'his ar- rangement had its disadvant- ages. For instance, if animals wvro going south at. (he same lime olhers were being import- ed into Canada, there could be long delays in exammaUon. Due to U.S. labor laws no Ca- nadian citizens could em ployed. Apart from the obvious ad- vantages of having Canadian yards in Canada, Iho building of the now facilities alone should provide needed employ- ment (his winter. Skaters chosen CRANBROOK (Special) The Cranbrook Figure Skating Club team to participate in Koolcnay championships in the affiliated Canadian F i g u ro Skating eliminations lias been named. Championships arc at Grand Forks Dec. -1 and 5. Cranbrook skaters arc: Jen- nifer Power, novice; K r i n Hoole, Wendy Swencrton and Debbie Henderson, juniors; and Deitlro Lloyd, Klnrilyn Kr-rr and Heather Iloldaway, seniors, With zip r SHERT BLOUSES Two styles to choose from "s in assorted colors. J Sires 10-18........-------- Polyester tops in assorted print! Sizes 10-18. PULL ON CRIMP PANTS Sizes 10-18 in plain shades of Navy, Red, Brown, Block and Purple ty Hailinswarth'a COLLEGE MALL ;