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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 30 TMJ tETHBRIDGE HtBALD Wednesday, December 16, 1970 New Year's (CXP Burcaul The Blainnore Klks lodge will hold the annual Nuw Year's Ball in the tilks Cpncer Friday COALDALK (HNS) The Coaklalc United Church Sun- day School Christmas Concert wijl lie held at p.m. Fri- day. Dec. IK. in the church, Everyone is cordially invited to attend. 'Hie program will include numbers by each Sunday School class and also individual children performing recitations and singing. Adult members of the con- gregation will present "Keep- ing Christmas Today." Lunch will be served follow- ing the program and there will be treats for the children. Dec. :ii sUn'iing al p.m. A buffet lunch will be .served and Set las orchestra will be "m attendance, The event is open lo Klk.s, Uulies of the Order of Hoyal Purple and guests. Tic- kets may be obtained at Mi- chaies K inns Pharmacy, Ca- {onios Store. Charles Barber Shop, (Irani Hall Pliarmacy. Thompson or Dobek stores. Carnival success PlCTl'KK BU'ITK (Special) The annual Picture Butte Klks three-day carnival was once again a marked success with Lisa Alexander of Calgary tiie winner of the new automo- bile.. Oilier major went to, Joy Erickson of Warner and Diane foreman of Picture Butte. Bridge winners UTZlKUAl (HNS) Kirsl place in bridge competition here was taken by Mrs. Eddy Dick and Henry b'cherer while lows went to Mrs. George Rumple and Byron Collins. In the whisi section Mrs. 11 any Hobbs and Joe SUippler took first place with Mrs. Nril Slimmon and Ken the consolation winners. Plan program COUTTS iHNSJ> Eleven members of HilLsview were present f o r (he December meeting at the home of Mrs. Tom Bianciu, The Border 00111111111110' Youth group is having a Christ- i mas Program on December 23, at 7 p.m. Party Dec. 18 COALDALE IHNSI Pupils at St. Joseph's Separate School will be treated to h Christinas Party sponsored by the social committee of the St. Ambrose Church parish council lo be held at 7 p.m. Friday, Dec. 18. in I he school. There will be a variety of Christmas entertainment. Festival dates CRANBROOK (Special! Fourth annual Cranbrook Music Festival has been set for March! 1 :u> through April with some WO classilicalion.s listed in its syllabus. The syllabus is now available from any ol' the three commit-. tee secretaries, Mrs. Charles! Lafleur, 2l.'t South Ninth Ave- nue, Mrs. Klorenee Dorris, KM S'outli I'Jlh Avenue, and Mrs. Oliver Weslrup, Miih Ave- nue South. W. S. McCormack continues as general chairman for ar- rangements, with Jtoborl Cil- I day assistant. Mar. 1 lias been sci as closing date entries. Concert Monday i UOALDALK (HNS) Tiie Christmas concert al St. Jo- seph's Separate School here will be presented at p.m. Monday. Dec. 21. in the school auditorium. The program will inelurlo two plays by the junior high drama classes. Kach class is presenting a number to provide an interest- ing and entertaining program. In closing there is to he the Nativity Scene with carol sing- Lions club entertains olddmers BOW ISLAND (Special) Iliis year, as in Iho past, tho Bow Island Lions Club will be having its annual Christmas party al the Pleasant View Lodge on Dec. III. It is hoped many of the old- timers and "Golden Age" Club will get out Cars are available for anyone needing a ride. The program wilt consist o( music, comedy and skits. 4-H AWARDS WINNERS Lelhbridge Norlliern 4-H winners were feted at a banquet in the Picture Bulte Elk's Hall. From left: Dick Honey, grand champion, showmanship, public speaking, and judging; Walter Bora s, assistant leader; Carol Boras, reserve champion, proficiency award and best records; Rodney Murray, best pen of five steers; James Murray, club leader; and Ke n Foster, best rale of a gain winner. S. P. Johnson Pholo CHRISTMAS PARTY I HITS THAUK PICTURE BUTTE (HNS) Concert, set south Africa (API Members of St. Catherine's TURIN (HNS) Turin's an-i A firm that buys live rodents Catholic Women's League held u for research purposes said infla- a Christmas partv recentlv. nual chrlstmas concert lion has hit the rat trade, with Twenty-five members attended. held at P-m- Monday, Dec. 70 cents to There was a pot-luck supper, c 21. in the school auditorium. each during the last year. Swanson named i j FORT MACLEOD (Special) A service record has been set here with the eleetion of Lawrence Swanson as presi- dent for the fifth consecutive year of the local branch of the Royal Canadian Legion. Other officers elected were: i 1st vice president, Jim Fur- i man; 2nd vice-president Paul Tomjk; and executive mem- bers Bob Burke, Lawrence Ed- gar, Bill Pansky, Roulon Hir- sche, Al Goddard, Harry En skine and Wilfred Allen. at-Arms is Fred Carm. Christmas hymns at Sunday TIKLLEVUE i CXP Bureau) Church at p.m. Sunday. The Young People's Society I Dec. 20. and the Ladies Aid of the Bel- There will be scripture read- levue C h r i s t i a n Reform- ing. carol singing and special ed Church are sponsoring an for the event. All are in- evening of Christmas hvmn to the 6venin8 nf Christmas carol sinein0 singing to be held in the Bel- Refreshment will be served levue Christian Reformed in the annex. Elkiord dial phones arc being installed now S'PARWOOD (HNS) The tiny new community of Elkford, about 30 miles north of Natal in Hie Elk River Valley of the East Kootenay. will get dial telephone sen-ice Jan. 18 the B.C. Telephone Companv said recently. Norm Wilson, B.C. Tele- phones East Kootenay district manager, said company crews currently are in the area in- stalling distribution facilities and a microwave radio system to provide long distance cir- cuits, a portable switching est- change has been moved to the J townsite. Elkiord is a community being developed as a residence area for people employed in the Cominco coal mining project about 20 miles east of the town- site. At present, the residents are housed in 37 mobile homes on the site, but eventually up to 250 homes are expected to be built there. NEW CATHOLIC CHURCH The solemn blessing of the new Roman Catholic Church at Coutts was performed by Most Rev. Paul J. O'Byrne, bishop of the Diocese of Calgary. The church, replacing the old structure built in 1905, was, like its predecessor, dedicated la the holy angels. The bisop was assisted by Rev. John Palardy chancellor of the diocese, Rev. James Jordan, paslor of Coutts, and the former pastor, Rev. Rupert Maclellan The was built by Les Vornbrock of'Milk River. Concrete block plant planned (it ,-nn mmiral Siles avail- The S-HXUKX) plan! mi ihreo are of negotiable