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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Canadian Girls in Training has friend in Mrs. Miller Bv MARIE SORGARI) Herald News Service IRON SPRINGS Mrs. C. L. (Gloria) .Miller is more than a housewife and A born leader vlth outstand- ing ability and versatility, she is the nucleus of energy' around j difficulty in its effort to survive, i Mrs. Miller provides the cataly- tic action that Veeps the Iron Springs United Church Sunday School active. When she took over the su- perintendency of the Sunday years ago the first vhich the Iron Springs Cana- dian Girls in Training and the Iron Sprinp United Church Sunday School revolves. The' elder daughter of Olai and Eva Mehlen. she has been closely associated with the work o{ the church since child- hood. She has worked v.ith CGIT groups for 11 years and has served as Sunday School su- perintendent for the past three In when her husband's work as an otl driller necessi- tated a move to Taber. she Tier program was to revamp the Sunday Schoo1 image, ghing it a new look. She uses audio-visual mate- rial, photographs, and crafts for added interest. Worship is a vital part of the program every Sunday, and among her most enthusiastic pupils are her son Darren and her daughter Lee Andra. husband Craig is more than willing to provide chauf- feur service when it is needed. And on a winter evening he can often be found making plans the unsung heroes in any civilization and are often not recognized for their true worth. They have been instilled with an insight that recognizes tal- ents in others. are "givers" not Such a person is Gloria Miller, for j whom life in her community is challenge. HONOR FORT MACLEOD COUPLE Bill Homillon of Fort Macleod retired from his CP Rail job recently and workers decided they hod better not put the cele- bration off. It was time to say so long and good luck. Two separate parties were held for the long-time roil worker and his wife. Blarr presents Mr. Ho mil ten with a gift. Frank Rosling presents Mrs, Hamilton with a bosket of roses. He started as c trainman In 1925, left after a few yeon and relumed in 1942. The court house staff held a surprise house-warming and Grey Oessrnan gave them crystal for their new home. Swihart Photos Fire hill policy changed TABER MINSf In future payment for all ambulance 1 calls to the fire depart- ment will to rriSde the town office i n t ad rni n 1st ra I ion building. c hai s ge in poll cry fro m at fire hall given couridl's on the rec- i orninondation ol councillor Mrs. Helen Wentz who has respcm- sibility for Ifr; fire department. Outstanding ac-f-ounts v.-il] be billed by the town office stafi ailer some canee 11 and adjustments are made- The out- standing bills are to be paid the year end- Firp Chief A, W. Lord report i ed to council lhar. 11 ambulance 1 runs were during the me nth, including trans- j fers U> hospitals, I seven town tails and one in the i I municipal district, i Three fires were a'tended during November. lv-o in the 1 municipality and OIK- in IO'ATK j Council approved the 1 mt'nt 01 John Bra on and Terry" I Flexhaug to the volunteer fire I department following their sp- I plications for thu brigade ser- j j Council renewed iis adver- tisement for a third man at the fire hail. having received but j one application resultant from a previous call, Applications must be received at the office i by Dec- 6 for consideration and j recommendation to the Decem- ber 11 council meeting. 1, W7 THE 3 CHAMBER OFFICERS Leading In the of Picture Butte Chamber of Commerce ore 1972-73 officers, top, from left, Darrei Orcutt, 1 s1 vice-president, and Dan plelcher, 2nd vice-president; bottom, Gerald Price, secret- ary-treasurer, and Vern Baker, president, P, Johnson Fnoio Probe pollution East Koolenay branch o! the Association of Professional En- i lor a set or building a back- drove tne 40 miles from Taber drorj {or next drarna to Iron Springs and back every i week from February until May j ft (o, average to fmisn out tn? term. j person to understand the drive Later mat year sne over some I to exiend to others their pa- j tience. under standing, and krrO'.viedge. These people are i Roun District News 'Bakery binqo' a Violin school SPARWOOD (HNS) at Bari: in the j Greenwood Snopping Mall. CARMANGAY There! Il that residents will was a capacity c r o w d in the i make s donation to the recre- village of Eliiford now has recreation room recently when ation fund with the money they violic school with six pupils in members of the Little Bow j usually spend on greeting Community Club held a "bak- j cards. ery bingo.'" Recently the Champion Cour- tesy Bus and carload of mem- bers travelled to Barons where New office they were entertained by wom- en of the Legion. MIIIFR Art Birston heads neiv Elkford lodge the leadership of a group of 14- year-old girls at Knox United Church at Taber. Centennial >ear v.as vjsy year for the Millers. A transfer location took trit-m first to Lacombe and t h e r. to Fore- most. Mrs. Miller became a member of 'Jie United Church Women's executive. Centennial year marked the arri'.-al of their daughter Lee Andra. In 195? they return- ed to the Ircn Springs commu- nitv where she again began leading the CGIT and teaching senior Sunday School class. In her of CGIT leader- ship she was chosen as a mem- ber of a team of lear'ers train leaders for summer camp a'. Canyon Church Camp at Wa- terloo Lakes. On one occasion the national Issue of the CGIT magazine, i sullatirm officers was con. o[ Alberta: Grand Es Torcn, feslurerf z cover de-: d hv y ;rt of Leth- signed by a of her y- Yalov.ega; and tv.-o articles by Mrs. Miller. We Eat, We Grow stressed the im- portance of combining food and feilov.-ship when planning pro- grams. Try Comedy relates the experiences encountered in pro- Bladettes win NOBLEFORD ELKFORD. B.C. (CNP Bu- reaus An Birston was in- stalled exalted ruler of the Elk- ford BPOE No. M3 following B.C. Elks Association o! Van- couver: Keith Clarke. DDGER G-f District No. 3 Cranbrook; Russ Jackriian. Grand Loyal i the recent institution of the new Knight of Calgary; Grand Tyler Andy Capp of Calgary: -rnn The lodge was instituted by: Wes Jacohsori. secretary of provirxrial president of the Al-. the Alberta Elks Associaiion; berta Elks Association, Ray i past president of the Alberta Innes of Davtson Creek and in-! E i k s Association Colin Fraser by Harold Haugen, has a new office. Levelling and installation was under Colin Smyth and Skip Heaton. Tne new office will enable the Voleford Bladeites will repre- j agent to keep abreast of in- sent the southern zone at the creased business and record provincial high school volley- j keeping. ball tournament set for i lock. Tne girls earned the right by _ A J-J ff 11 the Far Lesgue JTifttt Toumey at the Crowsnest Con- solidated School. They wrapped it up at Pic- tu re Bu t'.e bv defeating t he Coalhurst Ce'.teUes, ytrs. Chris Burton Ls coach, i Members are Kathy Jankunis, i RAYMOND fliNSi Shelly Konynenbelt. Carolyn Siogren. Wanria Luchia. Scr.dersori. Shirley Sjogren arid V.'ilma Miss Jor.a raider is the man- attendance. Len Christie of Fernie, who teaches music at the Fernie Secondary travels to EUiford each Monday and Thursday evening to give In- structions. The youngest student is four- year-old Geraldine St. Andre Church recently honored Mr. and Gordon Webb, They have moved to Lethbridge. A po'.-luck luncheon foUowed the regular morning service. Arnold. Butler, clerk of the session, presented the honored guests with an electric coffee SPARWOOD (HNS) Eli- maker. ford Elementary Schoo! has j chosen green and gold as the Colors chosen school coior-i. The colors will be worn by school teams in their various activities. returned to office Clinic held CRAN'BROOK fS p e c i 2 [gir.eers, at its annual meeting at Kimberley. named V. S. Meyer chairman; W. K. G o w a n 5 vice-chairman: and Brian Bucklej- secretary, all o( i Kimberley. Executive members are R. M. Me-rifield, Kimberley, Bryan Good, CranbrooV. and 'N. A. Stonestreet, Crowsnest Pass. Tne branch endorsed the col- lective bargaining rights resolu- tion worked out for government review at its provincial council meeting. Involvement o! all profession- al engineers in pollution rontrol FORT f discussed. L N. Adamache of Cran- brook, Kootenay regiorj director for the pollution control branch, described the four divisions of i PCB functions in waste management diwharge control, including preliminary investi- gation of conditions for permit issuanc-e for bo-'h liquid and air 'pollutants. I PCB staff tor the Koolenavs nurr.ber 11. three of whom i West Kooienay from Nelson of- I fice. Tne centra! Kootenay of- fice serves three regional dis- tricts. East Kootenay. Central Kootenav arid Koo-tenay-Bound- I address by Carol Aschim, <5is- I trict home economist, on nutri- tion. Hostesses uere Mrs. Les- lie Bush and Mrs. J. G. Dick- inson. Honor couple ducing three full-length com eriies along v.iih some plans for such a project. Tnis issue also contained To Alberta, a group of ideas for making CGIT wort: by member Diane Erao ami Kathy Gran am, a member from Leth- IS? i ,ere Butte to CGIT at Iron Springs and this year's mem- bership includes six girls from Lethbridge, 30 miles av.av. Musical background for pro- grams Is by two v.ill- i ing workers, Mrs. E. Rfcit.fr. organist at the Iron j Springs LY.itfH Church, and j Mrs, J. a Turin school teacher who Lv j also an active L'nited Church i In an era the church in the rural is experiencing Dance Dec. 16 helps children in Korea COAUIUR.ST 'HNSi TT.e Coalhurst Iligli Scr.ool studenl.V union is holding a dance for par- ents Saturday. Dec. IB. will be geared to the older say the students, with lots of waltzes and polka; All prrx-Ofls will go to the I.rtbbridge Moralds- Helping Handlul oi Barley Fund GraM Exalted Ruler Ron Col-: bridge and Yuki Tomiyana, Lbgs of Coleman. District Deputy Grand Exalted Assisting District Deputy Col-; Ruler of District No. 2 from Ta- lings was the Coleman Patrol I her. Visitors were present from team under Captain Pete Me-1 Blairmore, Coleman. Pircher roniuk of Coleman and mem-! Creek, Granum ar.d Fernie rx-rs of the Blairmore BPOE Lodges. The r.ev; Irxise has members including officers, The officers instated and ins- tiatcd include past Exalted; Ruler Dill Barber; Exalted Ru'er Art Birston; Leading j Knight Bill Jor.es: Loyal Knipht i Gcrdon Lecturing Kright Jim Shoemaker: quire Archie Buie: Chaplain' George Young: Tyler Ted TuII: j secretary treasurer Fred Jack Sharpies, president of the E e n t h i e n: publicity director British Columbia Elks Assoeia-; Larry Charanduk; inr.cr euard j tion: Dave Minto. first vice- Keith Peintez: historian Milton president of the British Colum-; Hooper; two-year trustee Terry] rjia Elks Association; Neil Me-j Durban and trustee Kerracher, secretary of the 1 Romeo Doslaler. I No. 15 patrol team. Also as- j sisiir.g were Chaplain Ken Gar- biar; Tyler Al Gehman, secre- Ury Harold of the Cole- man Lodge and assistant instal- ling officer Tony Servello of the Femie. B.C. Lodse. Exalted '_ j Ruler Dickens and the Fernie lodge conducted the initiation ceremonies. Head PTA j .ING 73 for the Parent- Teacner AssociaGun is as fol- lows: Past-p resident Jane Oxley; president Helen Me- Gtesn; vice-president Ann Hir- sche; secretary-treasurer Bar- bara Hartley; program chair- man Rex publicity and advertising Ruth Zaugg: lunch eommiuee! Seely and vien LaClair. Card planned SPAIUVOOD 'HNS) The Grant Hat! was returned to the pres- ident' s chair of the R ay mond Stampede and Race Meet Asso- ciation at the recent annual meeting. Mr. Hall will be serving his fourth term. i The group plans to install more bleachers next spring. The grandstand will be painted and i m provements vril! be made to the arena. INCREASE PRIZES I Champion women barrel racers will win more money next year. Oiher executive officers: Ray DC-pew. Stampede manager; Brent Jensen, vice president: William Nalder. secretary; and treasurer, L. D. Watson. Directors: Duke Heigerson, Alan Heggie. Ctasar Coppierers Babb. When th e one-day s tarnped e CLARESHOLM 'Special) An informative Chinook Health j Unit Clinic on food handling was held here under the dlrec-1 tion of James Burger, health inspector for the unit. About 50 pfTsons aitended. i i Sunshine meeting Foxall _ seeks grant One of its practical services is continuous monitoring of am- .bient air quality- at Cranbrook, Kimberley. Trail and ,where industries are concentrated. CLARESHOLM Special! A total of iS members attended the Alberta Sunshine Club meet- ing here. Mrs. Ina Lewis and Mrs. Doris Simpson planned when drawins up a i: the program which included an the coming year. Councillor William COALDALE CHNSl Mu- nicipal grants for 1973. from the provincial government, still pose a big question mark, says Mayor A. F. Blakie, other mem- bers of council and offi- cials. This makes matters difficult idset for Plan party Mai-tens said the County of Lethbridge. southern regional recreation board, is interested in sending a petition to the government re- i garding continuance of its FORT MACLEOD grant towards the salary of the Tne Social Credit Women's Aux- 1 recreation director. iliary met at the home of Jessie j Tne five-year plan of t'm- McCall for iis monthly meet- eminent is now up. Trds grant- they made plans for the an- nual Christmas party Dec. 20 at Mrs. Louwenaar's home. A resolution will be sent to project committee of the Spar- and race meet for Juiy 1. wood Recreation Commission there will be more prize has announced that once more money paid for the five major the convention at Edmonton in there will be a Community' events, saddle bronc. bulldog- February requesting the gov- Christmas Card. ging. calf roping, bareback ride eminent take over private Tne greeting card in-ill be !o- and bull ride. nursing homes. ed about one-half of the salary o: a director when the regional recreation board was formed. Councillor E e r i Foxal! was assigned to contact Horst Schmid. minister of culture. youth and recreation, on the matter. Tnis was to be done without delay by telephone. FOR COMPLETE BOOK PUBLISHING CONTACT The Utttbridge Herald PRINTING AND LITHOGRAPHY DIVISION PHONE 327-3203 or 328-4411 AID FOR KEHO PARK Steve Slemko of Nobleford occepts a cheque for from Lethbridge County 26 north region recreation director Morley Roelof. It is pro- vincial government grant to improve camping focilitiei at Keho Park. Luchia Photo Adams Private Stock CANADIAN RYE WHISKY TORONTO. ONT VANCOUVER. B C CANADA The whisky a man saves for himself I ...and his friends. It's a matter of taste. So we take the time to blend together 29 great, aged whiskies into one great taste. Adams Private Stock. Do your friends a flavour. ;