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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta POT-LUCK IhunJay, Dccombm 10, 1971) lilt ICIH8RIDCC IIKMD 3 TJOT-LUCK is in a poetic mood this week. So here goes nothing! Firsl, one from E. S'. P. Fox: Ode to a Parking Meter Gosh I was pretty all silver and yellow So proudly I stood, like a girl with a fella The Dial up to (jO; Uie slots one and five Just slip in a coin, then I would jive. The Merchants adored me, now it would show No one parked free, it cost everyone dough And people laughed low, and thoughl it a lark For the Dollar fine, when 1 went under the mark. The Seasons passed, I stood in tire snow Occasionally I'd freeze, then receive the odd blow I became sorta tarnished, then I'd hear curses From people digging for pen- nies, in their little purses. Now I'm getting the feeling that I'm not wanted For oft times my regulations, are severly flaunted I'd like to go away, and leave my spot bare To Mars perhaps, where some- one would care. -E. S. P. FOX A great little drinking song: The Beaver A Toast Song Far in the deepest Northern wild, Where pines trees tower on high And rocks by warring gods up- piled Rise shapeless to the sky, The Beaver builds his fortress home, Secure from every foe; His teeth are sharp, as those who come Against him soon shall know. CHORUS Then a health to the Beaver (fill your Then a health to Ihe Beaver (drink it We're sons of the North, and from sea to sea The health of the Beaver our toast shall be, We're sons of the North, and from sea to sea The foe of the Beaver our foe shall be. By D'ARCY RICKARD It leads to a land God only knows, To the land of eternal frozen snows, That trail unknown and olden. And they tell a tale thai is strange and wild Of a lovely and lonely moun- tain child That went up Ihe trail from Golden. A child in the sweet of her womanhood, Beautiful, tender, grave and good As the saints in lime long olden. And the days count not, nor the weeks avail, For the child that went up the mountain trail Came never again to Golden. And the watchers wept in the midnight gloom Where the canyons yawn and the Selkirks loom, For the love that they knew of olden. And April dawn, with its sun aflame, And the eagles wheeled and the vultures came And poised o'er the town of Golden. God of the white eteranl peaks, Guard the dead while the vul- ture seeks God of the days so olden. For only God in His greatness knows Where the mountain holly above her grows, On (lie trail that leads from Golden. District doings Party held Cantata to he performed twice PICTURE BUTTK (UN'S) will perform the Clirislmas The Iron Springs Christian lie- cantata The Night the Angels formed Church Choir, featuring Sang Sunday. Dec. Ki, at guest soloist Miss Lilly Larter, LAKH (HNS) The Hope Community Club held its annual husband and wife party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Braniner of Lcthbridge. Plate prizes were won by Mrs. Hose Mueller, Mrs. Esther Shields, Mrs. Mary Hamling and Debbie Braniner. The club's :.__. mcnts for the vcar include I Appeal has closed for-j 17 1 money sent to the muscular maliy with a cash and pledged j JUtlilC dystrophy fund end Cliristmas gifts for the Raymond mental home, under the supervision of president Dorothy Kuelm and secretary VI Mueller. Appeal drive falls short CRANBROOK (Special) -1 Cranbrook's second year of i p.m. in the Christian Heforjneii Cluirc'h at iron Springs ami Sunday. Dec. 20, at the same lime in the Picture Butle Pub- lic Library. The choir Ls directed by Ger- rct Van Zcggclaar. Narrator will be Miss Gertie llcirien and Jim Dykshoorn is the pianist. STEEL WALKER FOR LODGE Albert Ames, past-president of the Lion's Club, and matron Miss Betty Welch, are seen with Mrs. Louise Sarchese of Crestview Senior Cit- izens' Lodge. Mr. Ames, on behalf of the local club, presented the stainless steel walk- er to the lodae. Due to the support given the Lion's Christmas Card this worthwhile purchase was made possible. The giant Christmas card is up again this year. Persons may have their names on it and give their donation to Mr. and Mrs. Ames. Lunn Photo E. Pauline Johnson. And one for the road. DO OUR BEST Here's a song of cheer for the coming year, We have only to do our best; Take up our part rath a fear- less heart, And the Lord will do the rest. Jean Blewett. STEWART LYON One about Golden: Golden of tlic Sclkirks A trail upwinds from Golden; PAIR Feel free to be mature, satisfy youi more sophisticated lasle with Air Step's soft dress shoe. With well-shaped heel. SYLBERT'S SHOE STORE 505-4th Ave- S. Phone 327-3784 Open Wed. till 6 p.m. Thurs. and Fri till 9 p.m. Plan liockey for youth of Sparwood NATAL (HNS) District of Sparwood boys of all ages will hayo an opportunity to play minor hockey this winter. Trials and team assignments are being scheduled at the Natal arena from 10 to 12 noon on Saturday, Dec. 12. In addition, for those boys not able to attend the Saturday trials there will be further trials on Tuesday, Dec. 15 and Thurs- day, Dec. 17 in tire evening. To date about 15 men have volunteered as coaches for minor hockey in the district. With tliis many coaches avail- able the local minor hockey as- sociation hopes to be able to form eight or more teams. However, the association still hopes for more volunteers to serve as coaches and officials for the boy's hockey league. The association hopes to have about four teams of Pee Wees, (ages 10 to four teams of Pee Wee Pups (under 10) and perhaps one team of Bantams, (ages 13 and For the trial sessions boys are asked to bring their equip- ment. Helmets and mouth are compulsory and elbow pads and shin pads are recommended. There is no need for anyone to have experience to join" the league. There is a small entry fee, but the association hopes to be sufficiently flexible to in- clude all boys including those who cannol afford Ihe entry fee. The local Minor Hockey As- sociation is affiliated with the British Columbia Amateur Hockey Association and boys are covered under the BCAHA medical fund. Mrs. Velkamp elected president COALDALE (HNS) Mrs Richard Velkamp is president of the Coaldale Community Hospital Women's Auxiliary foi 1971.' Elected vice-president was Mrs. James Farr. Mrs. Frank F. (Olive) Wiens was re-elected for her second term as secretary. Mrs. David Goertzen was elected treasurer. Mrs. D. C. (Vera) Lloyd is the out-going president. Committees will be appointed at the Jan. 4 meeting. Mrs. Frank Traber, treasur- er, reported a bank balance of Realized at the annual fall tfia and bazaar was An engraved silver baby cup will be presented to the hospi- tal's New Year's baby. The members will sing Christmas carols and visit resi- dents at the Alberta Mennonite Home for the Aged in Ccaldale Monday evening, Dec. 14. A fruit basket will be presented to the senior citizens. Christmas plans made PINCHER CREEK (Special) Santa Claus is coming to town and the children are eagerly anticipting his arriva on December 19, down Mair Street to the Community Cen Ire Arena at p.m. He wil have treats for all the childrei and after his visit there wil be free skating for them. Another Christmas event wil be the judging of decorated homes. As in the past there will be first, second and thirc place awards for the most at- tractively decorated homes. The judging for this will take place Tuesday, December 29 between the hours of p.m and p.m. Previous 1969 winners are not eligible for 1970. These events are sponsored by the Retail Section of the Chamber of Commerce. In the past they have met with much interest. COALDALE The Barons- Eureka Health Unit is sponsor- ing the following infant and pre-school clinics: ENCHANT: Tuesday, Dec. to 3 Bride-elect is honored Bingo planned TURIN (HNS) A tin-key bingo will be held at p.m. Friday, Dec. 18, in the Turin School auditorium. The 15-game turkey bingo is sponsored by the Turin Fish and Game Association. 15, in the school from 1 p.m. TABER: Tuesday, Dec. 15, in the Health Unit Office in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. TURIN: Tuesday, Dec. 15, in the school from to p.m. COALDALE: Thursday, Dec. 17, in the Health Unit Office upstairs in the Town Office Building) from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. TABER: Thursday, Dec. 17, n the Health Unit Office in the Administration Building, from 0 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. 1IARDIEVILLE: Friday, Dec. 18, in the school from o p.m. Fluoride tablets arc avail- ible at all clinics free of charge. Dr. G. R. C. Palmer, medi- cal officer of health, urges parents to ensure their children are protected against con- tagious disease. Miss Elizabeth Bartman, dis- trict home economist, depart- ment of agriculture will be available for homemaker coun- selling at (be Coaldale Clinic Thursday, Dec. 17. Siio' Barons sponsor race PICTURE BUTTE Dec. 19 the Sno' Barons will sponsor a race sanctioned by the Norlh- wesl Snowmobile Association. About 100 racers are expect- ed from all parts of Uie Pacific Northwest. Race chairmaji is Ken Kol- kas. Ali snowmobilere and inter- ested persons are invited to join the Kcho Sno' Barons. Memberships for the year are per family and may be ob- tained from any member of tlie executive. Officers arc: Brian Rauhala, Ron McRae, Joyce Kotkas, and directors Harold Rauhala, Miller and Allan De- Valois. CARDSTOT (HNS) Miss Joan Wynder, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Duane Wynder of Mountain View, was feted on several occasions prior lo her marriage to Terry Qiunton of 'ardston in the Alberta Temple on Saturday, Dec. 12. A miscellaneous shower was held in the Mountain View Cul- tural hall. She was assisted in opening her gifts by Mrs. Mau- reen Scott and Misses Judy Duce and Bonnie Sloan, Mrs. Maureen Scott also held a shower for her in her home in Cardston. Mrs. Maxme Hanson was the hosiers at a pizza party at her home in Mountain View in Miss Winder's honor. COUNTRY NEWS These Are flu? letliBtidge Herald Correspondents In Your Area GRANUM MRS. ED. CESAR General Delivery GRASSY LAKE MRS. MARY TURNBUU Gin.ml pdivery PICTURE BUTTE S. P. JOHNSON Gen, Del. RAYMOND MRS. OEUA WOOIF Gen. Del. TURIN Mri Paulin Juhar Phoni 738-4394 Contact these people for your District Newi or Classified Advertising Six injured in accident TYEELL'S LAKE (HNS) A traffic accident near High Hiver sent Mr. and Mrs. Ken Culler and sons Starley and Hal as well as Bruce Baker to the High1 River Hospital. Tom Mueller was taken to the Foot- hills Hospital in Calgary. The party was returning Tour Herald COALDALE (HNS) Two grade 6 classes from John Da- vidson School here recently toured the Lethbridge Herald plant. With the pupils were teach- ers Peter Slemko. principal. Ichio Ibuki, vice-principal and Miss Susie Enns. It was reported to have been "most interesting, informative and very enjoyable." They each received a copy of the Herald Scrapbook ex- plaining The Herald's opera- tions. Hoop league set COALDALE (HNS) All men 17 and over residing in the County of Lethbridge south of the Oldman River, are in- vited to join the southern re- gional recreation area basket- bail league. tally "of though delayed} donations not available until early 1971 may bring it In Initial Appeal was in 10G9 with objective of which was met, and population in- crease, along with increased needs of member agencies, es- tablished the 1970 objective of Purpose of organization, sponsored originally by the Cranbrook Rotary Club, was to pool the dozen annual door-lo- door canvasses year-round into a single canvass. This may ac-1 count for the failure of this tlie meetln' year's drive since some areas were not thoroughly canvassed. Uncanvassed who still support the theory can still donate or pledge regular bank transfer amounts to Box 657. scheduled at Cardston CARDSTON (HNS) There will be a mammoth bake sale in Cardstmi, Friday starting at 9 a.m. It is being sponsored by the Cardston Municipal Hospi- tal Ladies Auxiliary. It will be held in three locations Card- ston Trading Company, Buy Mor Market and Burl's pro- eery. The bake sale is a result of between the aux- iliary and Theron Smith, chair- To explore pipeline for coal man of the hospital board and Earl Scott, hospital administra- tor. Among matters discussed was the need of a wax bath for treatment of arthritis in the p h y s i oiherapy program. As funds for hospital equipment are no longer forthcoming from the provincial government, oth- er ways have to be found. As the hospital concerns everyone in the community, the support of everyone is hoped for. Christmas gifts for the pa- tienls were prepared at the meeting. There is a shortage (rom Calgary wnere me youths had been curling as representatives of the Warner High School. A collision occurred when a car failed to stop upon entering the highway. All are in satisfactory condition but suffering from an assortment of injuries. The Culler car was a total will be played one night per week. Those interested are requested to contact the Coaldale Recreation office 345-3746 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Mondays to (HNS) CP Rail and Shell Oil have joined forces to research the possibility of a pipeline to ship coal from this area to the Roberts Bank port facility at the West coast. Tlie new company known as Shell-Pac Research and Development Company plans to spend three to four million dollars for the research and development. The project of a pipeline to trasnport coal depends on the acceptability of coal in slurry form on the Japanese market. Other restrictions placed on the project include routing approval by Regional District governments, approval on pollution grounds and that such shipments will not interfere with the present unit Irain operation used to transport coal from here to the west washable toys for small chil dren. Any contributions in thi regard will be gratefully ac cepted. honored STIRLING (HNS) Mrs Brace Larson, a recent bride was honored prior to her irar riage at a kitchen shower a the home of Brenda Adamson A number of out-of-town guests were on hand. Tlie bride is the former Gloria Romeril, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. 0. Romeril of Stirling. More district on page 22 on the menu PINCHER CREEK (Special) The Hunter's Banquet sponsored by the LDS church was a success when some 250 people sat down to wild game meal, which saw the serving of porcupine and caribou as well as the other well known species of game. Jack Folsom lost his- litlc in the Tall Tales contest to Bob Westrop of Cowley. There were 10 contestants, two of whom were women, Mrs. Diane Le Pard and Mi's. Mary Baird who received honorable mention as did Cyril Payne, of Cardston. Don Walper was the Master of Ceremonies for the New corrals are built DEL BONITA (HNS) Annual meeting of the Twin River Grazing Reserve was held recently and the report for 1970 revealed that new corrals costing were built as well as new fences costing There were over cow months allotted or about head of cattle for six months. Four cattle were missing after the roundup. Alfred Jonos was re-elected as representative for the Twin River Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Dccoux, Resident Rep., Blairmore Phone Get a taste of the good times with Old Vienna Canada's best tasting lager beer BREWEP.RJGHT HERE IN ALBERTA, Q'KEEFE BREWING COMPANY LIMITED ;