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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta DmnUr _ THI Recreation board go to eleven be women and that the replace- ment wou 1 d be a mac. These positions are open to residents MR. AND MRS. DARREL NELSON OF MAG RATH Nelson is a builder Quiet wedding anniversary may PINCHER CREEK (Special) Tbe Pincher Creek regional parks snd recreation board is r considering expanding the size of the Piacber Creek MD, of the board from nice to 31 j of Pincher Greek and Village of members. I In addition, one retiring j The board is requesting that board member be replaced, jinterested residents submit Tbe board's consensus is tbe j tbeir names by Jan. l. 1573, in two new board members would j writing to the Pincher Creek j ---------------------------------------j parks and recreation board, i Eoz 159, Pincher Creek. Tbe board is not necessarily j reooinjncoding appoint meat j from, those names submitted from the general public. The board win be contacting per- sons they fed would provide tbe necessary and ex- perience. Anyone wanting to find out what' becoming s. recreation board member involves should j call E. Cote at 627-4IW or H. i P. 3IcDowall honored bv trustees ilAGRATH (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Barrel Nelson of Ma- graih quietly observed their Golden Weeding Anniversary. They enjoyed a visit v.ith granddaughter Iteanna Nelson of Great Falls and her fiance Tom Damson of Huntingtcn Beach, Calif., and friends who called. Nelson and Mary Criiecfield married Dec. 7, 1S22. at Nampa. Idaho. They farmed at Woolford for years then in 1327 came' 10 Ma- grath v-'here Jlr. Nelson start- ed in the carpenter trade his faiher-in-La7r. A. B. Critch- i Ee improved his carpentry i s k i 11 s correspondence courses. i 3y 152S he qualified to do finishing on the new high He constructed the first customs house at Del Bonita and assisted in building the Uni- ted Church and many homes. I Mr. Nelson a foreman at {ie local sash and door factoiy for 24 years prior to his retire- ment last March. Mar y knew pir> life. She bom at 3-Ia- graih Nov. 17, 1S02. She took P a r t in home dramatics and terra entertainment ssd enjoy- :ed the association of a close- iknit growing community. She jheld LDS Church positions in j Primary. Sunday Sebooi, MIA. Genealogy and has been a Re- 1 lief Society Visiting Teacher for i 50 years. j Their most valued aeeom- j plis'-snent is their family. Their i eldest son Grover served in the I Second "World, War and died in ilS55. Preston served during the j tractor at Great Fails. Doug i follows his father's trade at Las j Vegas where Rae, Mrs. Gail At- j vrood, resides. Ivi Tneir 13 grandchiidren enjoy isiting them each summer. i PINCHER CEEEK fSpecial) I P. McDcrwaH, chairman of the P i n c h e r Creek school di- I vises, was presented with an I honorary 1 i'f e membership in the Alberta School Trustees' As- I sodaiion at the annual cocveo- tion at Edmocton recently. i Mr. ilcDcrz-al! has a fine rec- jprd of service to educatfoa, I having ser.red 18 years as chalr- i raan, siz years as vice-chair- i maa and eight years as a trus- j tee, starting in 1533. Ee has served enthusiasdcai- ly as executive member from I Zcse S, representing Piscber C r e e k School Division No. 29. and curing his years in ecuca- I tion has been on ASTA's educa- I tion council sioce its inception; has been a member of the min- ister's advisory board on cuni- caium: and was recently elect- ed to the senate of the "Uni- versity of Calgary. Waddle at BACK NOBLEFORO ICE CENTRE Noble Centre! Junior Students Union end South Action hcnd to George Toed, president of the Nobleford Community Ice Centre, to oid the current fund-rcising ecmpcign for Phcse J of the ice centre. From left, Aiex Konn, senior students' union president, Mr. Todd, Sob Rogers, president of tht junior students' union, end Wcndc luchic, Irecsurer, South West Action Teens. Roundup of District News 7-' Christmas tea PINCEEH CEEEK Special; Alexandra Eebekah Lodge No. 8 recently hosted senior dt- izecs of Pincber Creek and dis- (trict at a Christmas tea. Some 40 guests attended the It was beJd in tbe United Qjurch baseraeut. Mrs. JEiaue Braiz won tbe door prize. Workshop Feb. 21 ETZIKOM CHNS; Tue Faith Sacred Heart Catholic Women's League mst recerary at the home of ilrs. Tony c Bar- bara) King with 10 nienibers and oae visitor present League president Mrs. George (Lottie) Gaetz led tbe prayers and Father Brian Hubka KX5te. It was decided to bold a work- shop Feb. 21, 1973. with a visii- ing priest and two sisters in at- tendance, It will be held in the Hoping srea for aH families. to Sirs. George The cate snd place for the Sunshiners meet i The place will be aja j The hostess gift was preses- STZKOM fHNS) The Sun- i shine Club met at the borne of i .'Irs. Galdys Scronosmoe with I iLbe members present. Roll call a gift ior a lady in the Raymond Hospital It v.-as to aid the Ko'ine and School a dona- tics of for children's Ccrist- zias tres'js srd to send to aid the Salvation Army. It decided to purchase a 1 card table for the school i Sewing for the Pved Cross was tabled until another meeting. Mrs. Gladj's Gesno received the hostess girt after which; bjjch was sen-ed by the hos-. tess. Tne meeting is sc-bed- i uJed for Jan. 3. 1973. with the i 3lsee to be announced, Community Club ETZIKOM The CoHJiaunity Club net at tie home of Mrs. ilaurice Erdman with six members and se visitor present. Dish towels and pot-holders were presented to the hail bc-ard. Delations were sen: to the Etdiom. Hose and School to be used for children'; Crsristrias treats and to the Medicine Hat Salvation Arrsy. Mrs. Elian Heitrich received the hostess gift. Lunch was served. The nezi raeedag is scbed- for Jan. 10 at the home of ilrs. Sijnon (Ellen j Eeitridx Wins trophy (HXS) Miss Nancy Reti of the Taber 4-H Sewects Gub was judged tbe best all-rosjd member of the Charlie Brows Sewers for 1371- 72 and received a trophy from Mrs. Frances Wilson of the Or- der of the Purple at a re- ceni club meeting. iBrenda Christie decorates place for CGIT SOX i p-er the theme of which TV to- CGIT held a j "A Binhdsy Ttroogh ihf1 Csnninss. en j- j_ vaU DC the i Decorafeg for the occasion j was done by Breacs Cnstie. j pjgas made for a carol- using a Charlie Brown theme. serdce and a Caristmas Work was started on the Ves- i party. WIN AWARDS Michelle Bmsefre, left photo, end Dcrctny George, Tober Rsngers, receive Concda Cord from creo eommsssioner Kcncy Rirtt of CocSda'e. Tney the cwcrd for cchlevsmenf in Girl Guide movement. Broivnies prepare to a hand TABES fSN3) It was a cijsti to remember at St. Pat- rick's school here when L3 yoasg girls were invested as Brownies curing an enroiment program of the 1st Taber Pack. Tbe enrolment also involved gjrls is the Guides asd Kangers companies. Tbe seven to 10-year-old "Q i: e e n i e s" qualifying for Browsie enrolmest are Sheila Sevan. Maryeiiai Bradley, Sheila Brezowski, Shelly Esglerson, Linda Earaves. Laa- ris Bbrv-alh. Dawn Kpsdas. Val- ;erie LbtaL Terri Uoyd, Pam- ela Martens, MIBlken- Pavka and Susan Vekony. I The Brownie's Mgbest award, itbe Golden Hand Badge, wss jpresenssd io Joan ilachacek along wrh other special sen-ice i awards received by others of i tbe pack. Pack Sizers and Sec- COUNTRY NEWS These Are The lethbridge Herald MAGRATH MRS. MILDRED HAJtXER MASiNASIN MRS. ffiANCIS MUfUtt MONARCH MJtt. JACOt OIKKR..... NANTON 8ENSON MOUNTAIN VIEW MRS. MAXINE HANSON Contact people for your Dfttrief or Classified Advertising P.O. 97 f.O. Bex 329, P.O. Eoz 61 P.O. 314 onders braids were also pre- sented. Brownies going up to tbe Guide company isducted by area commissioner 3Irs. Nancy Rutt, Coaldale were Lori Gre- gus. Colleen Preggister, Shirley Sawinski and A number of Guides were recognized for their work re- ceiving penasts. Commissksier Rutt also en- rolled into _the Ranger com- pany iJlcheiifi Brissecte. Val- cene Salant and Kaye Bnssecte. Ranger leader iisry ilcCoj' was presented with 2. Canadian Friendship pin on her return to her Irish homeland. Canada Cords were present- ed by Mrs. Rutt to Brissetie and Dorothy George for tbeir achierercfint in tbe iGirl Guide I A letter of ctKKEendatioa ifrom tbe provincial corarais- 'sioner and a camber of pre- Isentatiteis made to a re- tired leader its. Sophie WH- iiiains for long' service to tbe I Girl Guides Jifar beyond -wist would BormEDy be ezpected." I The cere-nony was presented ilrs. Mary' George, chair- iican of tbe local association the assistance of leaders of BrcrvrmeS; Guides and Bacg- iers. Taber decides is amount to borrow Departmtnt of Extension The University of Alberta Management Development Programme credit 7.-ie Dsportmen! of cffer o Business ComrriurJccficnj course in Lel corpmer.cing in January, 1973. The course en option in the Management D rr.ent Progrc.Time end is cijo recognized by the Institute cf Ccr.odio.-i Ssriken c their fellowship. Business Communications Trtft obstccles poted by modern to Ire procesici of unclerstcndirg end being understock wiil be eromineo" using a or coprocchei end tec'nniques. Topics to be cohered include progrcmmed leerning, %roua dyr.err.ies, self-connection, cr.d the psychelogy cf ecrnmunicctiorss. i'50 TIME.- Monday evenings f'orn 7-.00 10.-00 p.m. plus Saturday tessions from noon and 430 p.m. PLACE: ftoorrt E-630, Administration Building, University ef Lethbricige. N.B. Perking is in en edjecent lot north cf the building wbh the eicss- room siiueted fust inside the north door. FEE; including text end mcferiols. For c diitoilod brochure cr.'J cpsiicction forrn, wrife fo The Director, Depcrtrnent of Ex- toniion, The Univeriity of Alberto, Edmonton, Alberto T6G 2G4 H fKNSJ As be seeded to replace tne S750.000 be ixrrov-ed a t e r maiss prep- from Centra! and araicry to repaving in 1374. and i Housing Corpora tion' during for th-s construction of a third 11S73 i irrigation vrater reservoir wire Major item for capital ezper-; a capacity of 130 rniilioc gal- dlrore of is for the re-; location arxi enLargemect of the! in ccensctioa with outfall outfali lire from 24 sewage problems, council was to 30 inches. It will be: in receii-t of a proposal from rekxated from the towti's sorth; Calgary 'consultant engineers boundary for 2 distauce of more I Strosz" Lamb arvd Nelson to than one mile to clear tbe prop- j cause and. detenniBC erties transversed for iadustrial! a solution to the odor rising I development. from the sewage lagoons north Equal asounts o? SI50.900 Of the Oldmaji "River. I Council took no action to the i firm's proposal but direct- that another firm, Reed, iCrowther and Partners, town i engineers, be requested to corrte up with a proposal for I ccnsideratiocL At a.m. Dee. 20r the Lo- cal Authorities Board will sit at Taber at a hearisg into the towri's request for annexation of some 20 acres of land north of 64th Ave. of 50th St. on which an abattoir now Council meeting be held between the residents of 55th Ave. tod the Brothers of Lady of Lourdes regarding objections being raised regarding the use of the former Sister's residence as a borne (or boys._____ ;