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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Toy blitz under way at Cranbrook CRANBROOK (Speciall- Tlio floating auxiliary in llie third annual Santa Toy Blitz, which collects discarded and repairable toys for Santa, his finally started its 1971 collec- tion, repair and wrapping cen- tre. Mow city property, (he for mer McPherson Funeral Chap- el, 23 10th Ave. will be I97J depot. Access will be via the cast Tenth lane only. Toys, games, anything with wheels or runners that can be put back into operation, dolls, stuffed toys for babies, baubles for teen-age girls, and anything appropriate for teen-age boys will be welcomed. Dumber 13, 1971 THE lETiXJCGE HZRAID 3 By C.A. Weekes Nicoll, right, receives a 15-year service pin from Dan VandenBerg, Reeve of the County of Forly Mile, of a recent organizational meeting of the county council. Mr. Nicoll is assistant secretary-treasurer of the County. United Church Women aid hospital patients JL Js_ NEW DAYTON (HNS) The Christmas meeting of the Unit- ed Church Women began with a luncheon at the home of Mrs. Elton Duel! with Mrs. Joseph Schill as co-hosless. Eight members and guests, Rev. and Mrs. Graham Dickie and Andrea, present. Rev. Dickie led a Christmas candle- lighting devotional. There was a Christmas candy and cookie exchange. Members brought gifts for the Raymond Provincial Hospi- tal. Mrs. Cecil De Pratu was in timers gather around Yule table FINCHER CREEK (Special) five members and guests of the Pincher Creek Old timers Association enjoyed their annual Christmas banquet and entertainment in the town hall recently. The hall and tables had been attractively decorated in the Christmas theme by Mrs. Mae Huddlestun. Attends rites CARDSTON (HNS) Mrs. Ernest Jones of Mountain View attended the funeral of her father, Leo R. Hatch at River- ton. Utah. Oldtimers in the Gramim and Claresholm districts will re- member the Hatch family. They moved from Wyoming in 1919. Mr. Hatch was a blacksmith and farmer. Later they moved to Glemvood and in 1936 moved to Utah. He and Mrs. Hatch were married nearly 63 years. George Cox, president of the association, conducted a brief business meeting. Minutes were read by Mrs. Jean Tucker, sec- retary. Mrs. L. E. Sorge was con- vener of the entertainment. Mrs. Jackie Therriault and Er- nie Cridland furnished the mu- sic. Requests for Christmas car- ols and oldtime selections, such as Danny Boy, were answered. Many oldtime dance tunes played spurred dancers on the floor to execute some of the lovely dances of years gone by. charge of the program which included Christmas readings and carol singing. The recent turkey supper proved a great success. A Christmas Eve Candle- lighting service will be held at the church at 7 p.m. A men's choir and a pageant by the children will be feat- ured. Mr. and Mrs. Elton Ducll will supply and decorate the Christ- mas tree with the help of Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Skeith. The committee appointed to plan the 197'2 UCW program is Mrs. Donald Skeith, Mrs. Cecil DePratu, Mrs. Stewart Skeilh and Mrs. Elton Duell. The congregational annual meeting is set for January. A pot-luck supper precedes this meeting. The January meeting will be a dessert meeting at the home of Mrs. Alice Gorrill, with Mrs. Stewart Skeith, co-hostess. Greeting card TURIN (HNS) The com- munity Santa Claus greeting card is being displayed again this year. It is on display in the local food market. Residents are encouraged to make a donation and sign their name. Proceeds to go Inwards children's Christmas treats. Mrs. Goklatle wins seal on comuiillcc NOBLEFORD Mrs. Mary Anne Goldade wa elected by acclamation to ac as the representative for th Village of Nobleford on the County of Lcthbridgc schoo committee. This byelcction was made ne cessary wiih the death of th' v i 11 a g c's representative, the lale Mrs. Jean Noble. IN LETHBRIDGE: 613 4th Avenue South Telephone 328-4214 IHiCUPIiKATING at home new is former Scoulcr Ar-j tlmr Williams of BlairmoiT. At this time it is comforling to know that lie is home from hospital in Calgary. Our genial magician w e n IJ fishing on his birthday and had i a particularly had tumble. Then i lie fell into Ihe hands of Ihe sin bones. He could only smile and whistle until rela lives came to his aid and tool; him borne. The Welsh are a sturdy durable people and Art is sure to last out many more rounds. Now then Scouters, we must get behind the Lethbridge Her- ald's Cup of Milk Fund. Every nickel, and I mean every nick- el, counts! Let's get off our butts and do something for the starving refugees! Thank God we live in this great, free, beau- tiful land of ours. Olhcrs are not so fortunate: no shelter, no food, no medicine. We must help It was pleasant lo meet with an old friend. Bill Henderson, from Watcrlon's environs. You rnusl know that this gentleman lias long been associated with Scouting around that famous re- soil. It was pleasant, too. lo hear from District Commission- er Larry Tremblay and the good work going on. Good going, Waterton! A cheery hello and Best Wishes for a Merry Clirisl- inas go out lo a little lad who does so much want to be Wolf Cub. His name is Bruce Dicd- riic (hope we got the spoiling at least, nearly right. He is learning something about it in hopes that a Pack may get started somewhere within reach of Biirmis. Guess he may have to draft his dad to act as Akcla. There is action in the Flat- lands District. Patrol camping is in the ascendancy with a District Camporce in '73. The spotlight is focused also on winter camping instruction and survival training. Our hope is that the Fifth Tabcr Troop with Scoutcr Colin Oildie will have a Golden Tcnlpcg for Christmas. Tbcir record is tops! This Scout Island in the Old- man River northwest of Tabcr is really being inspected and checked over with a prospect of qualifying for government as- sistance through Taber's rec- reation department. Congratulations go to the Scout Week Commillco for being so early and so effective- ly on the job. Seoul Week rates high for public relations. Good going, Tabcr! We get so busy in Soullnvesl Alberta Ihat we lend lo forgel our brothers west through the Crowsnest Pass. Particularly do we send greetings to the Scatters, Cubs and Scouts of, Cranlirook. There is an Action Centre worth of note. Congrau- lations go to Leonard UeRoclic, newly appointed dislrict com- missioner by the scouting coun- cil. At the annual meeting Kootcnay Regional Scout Com- missioner Thomas Charlton of Trail was present. Fifteen years service in Scouting was noted for Scoutcr Alex Brown, a fine record. Their advanced training over, Gilwdl beads and neckerchiefs wore awarded to Scoutcr Don Isherwood and Lo Mrs. LaVonnc Rallison. District scoulmaster will be Peter Haggcrly and district cubmaster Mrs. nallison. Good going, folks! j All past advice to Uic con- j trary, (here is still much joy for "leaders and cubs lo be found in Kipling's Jungle Book, j To get the most of a session j with Mowgli one must establish a bit of atmosphere. With yel- low crepe paper make a large jungle moon thai makes Ihc outer darkness really eerie. Pick the mosl dramalic sec- tions for reproduction, say, the abduction of Mcnvgli to the lairs of the jungle killed city known lo most as the Culcl Lairs. Sound effects may really add to the effect with Akela doing a masterly job of the reading. For craft work after Christ- mas create a facsimile of the hide of Sherc Khan. Use burlap and salvaged sheeting with tem- pera paints. With this you can put on a masterly production of The Dante of the Death ot Slirrc Khan. Even in this TV ago the boys will go for Ihc entire jungle dance. Any Cubs Irving for I h e i r Troubadour Badge? This is real- ly an entertainer's award. Witli Christmas approaching, there will be untold opportunities lo get into singing and plays at school, Sunday School and com- munity affairs. We are still awaiting Camp- fire openings and closings. Don't tell us we can jolly well do our own. These are wanted for Cubbcrs and Scoulers just beginning. Greetings go out to Mrs. D. Nelson of Slavery who is, in our private opinion, Ihe best song leader for Wolf Cubs in the Porcupine Hills District or elsewhere. You will hear later about the music she sent in. In our best bi-lingual manner, "Mcrei beaucoup Good hunting, all! BAKER BRASS PREPARES FOR CAROL FESTIVAL Carol festival Tuesday V COALDALF, i j Brass arc scheduled to per-, day, Dec. M, and lo be flagcrl choirs school and, community form in the annual carol festi- again Wednesday, Dec. 15. in choral groups and Ihc Baker I val to begin al p.m. Tues- j Ihe Kale Andrews High School auditorium. strict news Memorial rites donation of will be sent to the Medicine Hat BLAIRMORK (CNP Bureau) j Salvation Army. A memorial service conduct- j Lunch was served by Mrs. jointly between the Blair- David Shauf, Mrs. Maurice Erdman and Mrs. Cooper. Donations of canned are s! the home Lee. Christmas party COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) more OORP and BPOE was held in the Elks Hall recently. Exalted ruler Clarke Brad- ley and honored royal lady Lill Kemp conducted the cer- emonies. Patrol team mem- bers from Ixith lodges assisted. The charters of both lodges were draped by Ernest Fantin Donrs will open nf p.m. The two evenings of Christ- mas music are sponsored by the Coaldale Home and School Associalion. Conducting [lie a u r] i e n c e csrcl singing a! both programs will Dick Humphreys, teacher al R. I. Baker School and director of the well-known ations of canned goods ,m lnc aled for .Ian. 12. 1972 al HapP-v group, omc of Mrs. Glen (Ivy) "airman of Ihc h and Mrs. Helen Giacomuzzi Coleman local of the Uni- AVIXS POST William W. Kaymond teacher, lias liccn named by tlm Kay- inond to AVI] council to a post on the Raymond recreation hoard. He replaces Mrs. Ger- ald Palmer. She resigned re- given lo the cr.nlly. j Christmas Mass Miss Gaits graduates o COUTTS (HNS) Miss Di- are Gaits, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dalwin Galls of Coulls, graduated recently from the Calgary Nursing Aide School and is now a certified nursing She is employed at St. Mi- chael's Hospital. Lcthbridge. Miss Galls had her posting training in the Calgary Grace and Taber hospitals. HOST PLAY-OFFS NOBLEFORD Nobleford Royal Canadian Le- gion will host Ihc men's zone play-offs .Ian. 22 in the Noble- ford Community Ice Centre. ler which Ihe memorial! Workers of America address was civcn n0'1' ''s annual Christmas party for members and guesLs j the evening of Dec. 18. The event will be held in the Elks Hall commencing at 8 Tuesday evening festival vail he John Voth. The Baker Brass, directed by Clifford Harvey, will open the program. Many groups will perform. Women gather The ETZIKOM (HNS) Etzikom Community Club held i p.m. Us last meeting of Ihc season A suppcr be at the home of Mrs. Hairy (Belly) Cooper with roll-call involving an exchange of Christmas gifls. About 17 attended. Mrs. Simon (Ellen) Heilrick was presented with the hostess gift. A donation of towards Christmas treats for the chil- dren will be presented to the Etzikom Home and Schoo] As- sociation. at p.m. Entertainment is planned and music for the dance will IK provided by the 4'S orchestra. CARD ACES NOBLEFORD Winners at the recent card parly lield in tire Keho Hall were Katie Thompson, Evelyn Cbris Peterson and Wil- liam Parker. 25-YEAR SERVICE PINS Jack Knight, left, and Don McCurroch, both of Nobleford, received their 25-year pins from Branch 257 of the Royal Canadian Legion. Mr. Knight joined at Cardsion and Mr. McCurrach at Calgary in 1946. Catholic women plan party NEW DAYTON members and Rev. Cassidy mcl al Ihe home of Mrs. E n p s Kaupp for Ihc regular meeting of the Catholic Women's League. A donation was made lo the Menial Health Associalion. Christmas candy bags will be hildrcrt afler A parish parly, featuring sup I per and whist, will be held at Ihe home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kaupp, Dec. 19. The rccenl bazaar was a big .success and three donalions re- ceived were most appreciated. Falhcr Cassidy is planning an educational program in Janu- ary. HIGHEST AVERAGE Miss Shelly Wcallicrliead of Claresholm receives from Don leible, manager of tlio Macleod Savings and Credit Union, for achieving highest average in her graduating class of Willow Creek Composite High School. Miss Wcatherhecid is continuing licr oducalion at the Southern Albcita Inslilutc of Tech- nology. --Paul Andersen Photo. TOURIST CENTRE FOR SALE! LOCATED. IN. BUSY. SOUTHERN, ALBERTA.TOWN. JUNCTION. OF. MAJOR. HIGHWAY. Property consists of fully modern 16 unit motel, 11 unit trailer park, serviced; six unit overnight trailer park ser- viced. A W Drive In, very busy in season. Large public coin wash with 22 washers, 13 dryers. Gulf service sta- tion (cross lease expires in extra space in scvCial buildings suitable for living quarters, gnroge has room for cnrwasii. 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