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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta BAND PLAYS CHRISTMAS MUSIC Picture Butle High School Band plays its first Christmas concert in the school auditorium, thrilling 500 people. Seventy-four gira and boys performed, 45 of whom began band work in Septem- ber. Soloist Michael Oliver performed First Concerto for Clarinet in B Flat. C. R. Harvey conducted. Mrs. Edith Enns directed the chorus in six selections. Wesley Sorgard and Greg Gibbons performed accordion duets. P. Johnson Photo rs. Joyce Owen 'most excellent' ____Wedne-.doy, December 22, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID 3 Dr. W oiler slieim wins Teetor Award i COL'IMBIA, Mo Dr. Da-' He will be a guest of tlie vid li. Wollcrsheini, associate SAE at its Automotive Kngi- professor of mechanical and j neering Congress and Exposi- f I aerospace engineering, IJniver-j lion to hi; held Jan. 10 to M at i sity of Missouri-Columbia, lias i Detroit, Mich. been selected as a recipient ofj As a feature of this SAE an- the 1972 SAE Halpli R. Teetor nual program, one of the ma- Award. I jor automotive companies acts Dr. Wollcrshcim is the son of j as hosl-foixlay to the Teetor Mr. and Mrs. Jake Woller- j awardees, providing special bheim of Milk River. tours of its engineering and Established in 1903 by a for-! research deparimcnts. In addi- mor president of the Society awardees are milled Automotive Engineers, t h i s to nil SAE technical ses- educational fund underwrites i sions, lorums, and the society s Choir and directed by Mrs. An-! and organist Mrs. Madeleine the cost of bringing together araiual banquet. drey Bonne, was so well re-; I'inkney providing the music, outstanding young engineering Dr. a inechani- eeived Sunday evening that a' The cantata featured the en- educationists and practicing! c-al engineer, pined the UMC repeat performance has been! tire choir with solos, duets and Passwords Repeat Niglil of- Miracles BLAIRMOllE (CNP Dec. 29. cantata, Night of Mir- Thn IB-part cantata was nar- acles presented by the Blair- j rated by Wells with more United Church Ladies; pianist Jean Biirgman requested. The choir will present the quartet groups all members. Written by John W. Peterson, cantata in St. Paul's United the cantata portrays the "rru'r- Church, Coleraan, at 8 p.m.! ado of the birth of Christ." Rush preparation plant NATAL (HNS) Kaiser Re-j scrubber area. Installation of sources Limited says construe-: neu-lv-fabricated sections also pal components at the EUtvicw orations are continuing on a j preparation plant damaged by normal basis in of COALDAIJS (HNS) Elec- tion of officers for J972 high- JigMcd the December meeting of the Coaldalc Pythian Sisters Sunset Temple No. 6. Elected were: Mrs. Joyce Owen, most excellent chief; Mrs. Janice Enns, excellent senior; Mrs. Mary Scheibner, excellent junior; Mrs. Anne Triska, manager; Mrs. Roberta treasurer; Mrs. Dorothy Pickering, outer guard; Mrs. Nancy Rutt, protector; and Mrs. Anne Davis, pianist. The position of secretary was left open. Others elected were: Mrs. Molly Burton, installing officer; Mrs. Ruby Ross, three year trustee; Mrs. Beth B a 1 d r y, press correspondent to the grand temple; Mrs. Beneth Doram, local representative to grand temple; Mrs. Molly Bur- ton, alternate to Grand Tem- ple; Mrs. Jessie Nolan, degree captain; Mrs. Emilie Baldry, local correspondent. Thirty members attended. fire Dec. 4. j full-scale production Fabricated structural mem- Dcc. 2.1 engineers at a week-long na-! College of Engineering in Sep ticmal SAE meeting. lemhnr. Dr. Wollcrshcim was chosen j lie did his undergraduate on tlie basis of his academic I work at University, training, teaching and research was a w a r d e d his doctorate experience, and extracirricular degree by the University of interests and activities. linois in I'M and I960. Mrs. Grcgorash heads 'UCW. COALDALE (IFN'Sl is hoped more members will be Eugene Gregorash was recent- in attendance. Memliers will ly re elected president of the Eva Grecr United Church Wo- Chairman was most excel-' ers to the next meeting to re-j lent chief, Mrs. Gladys Noble. I plcnish the community hail kit- bers lor the conveyor gallery Properly damage is covered Mrs. Violet Perry "chosen chcn cupboard. starting j men. j Twenty attended. provide id bandages, knit of cotton siring, for tlie Angola project. Chris! mas carols were sung mother of the was presented a lovely corsage and a gift by Mrs. Noble on behalf of the temple. Mrs. Martha Uhryn, trustee, received a pin in appreciation of her work with them. The gift was presented by Mrs. No- ble and Mrs. Nolan, Members were requested to bring cream and sugar contain- ers and salt and pepper shak- A total of 72 sick and friend- ship calls were made during the month. In the Christmas gift ex- change the 1971 "mystery pals" were revealed. Lunch was served. The elected officers will be installed Jan. II. The committee in charge of the temple's Christmas parly for the children reported the event succeeded. up of District News Worship times SPARWOOD (HNS) Times are: president Mrs. R. Minor; vice-president Mrs. H. Hacke; ecretary Mrs. N. Thompson; of mass for the festive season and Mrs. K. Jaffary treasurer, have been announced, these Mrs. E. Siblcy will be the and all future services will be i representative on the commit- held in the new St. Michael's j tec of stewards. Church Spanvond. January meeting will IK held Christmas D s y: midnight' at Uie home of Mrs. K. Jaffary. mass, second mass a.m.; Ihird maps. a.m. mass, .10 a.m.; second mass 1 p.m. Times of confession for Christmas are Thursday, Dcc. 23, to p.m. Friday, Her. 24, 2 to 5 p.m. and 7 to p.m. All confessions will be heard in the now church. Fight dystrophy COALDALF; The Coaldale Volunteer Fire Bri- gade recently sponsored a lag day for crippled children. A total of was collected. All money mil be sent to the Muscular Dystrophy Associa- tion of Canad.i. Women gather COUTTS (HNS) Coulls UCW met recenily at the church hall v.ith 12 present. The devotional reading. Let Your Light Shine, was given by Mrs. H." Hacke. A new meeting date: the Eeeond Monday of each month. Officers will continue. They Pit rescue men NATAL (HNS) Four Kai- ser R e s o n r c c s Limited em- ployees completed open-pit res- cue courses recently. Tlie four: Jack Hill, security; Tom Keegan, explorations; Bud Johnson, security and Jim Me- Naince. first-aid. They were in- structed in open-pit rescue techniques by Albert Littler, representing the B.C. depart- ment of mines, and Dick- Lewis, mines inspector. Nobleforcj wins NATAL (HNSi An invita- tional hoop tourney saw Spar- wood senior boys split two games, losing their first lo No- bleford 46-38 while winning against Crowsnest Consolidated i 44-22. Les Tennant and Stuart Miles were high scorers with six points each against Nobleford. Stuart Mile-hell with 20 and Randy Beech with 10 spear- headed the winning attack. By winning their game over Crowsnest Consolidated, Spar- wood won a trophy as section "B" winners on the consolation side in the overall senior boys' high school test. Catholics meet ETZIKOM (HNS) Tlie Faith Catholic Women's League held its recent meeting at the home of Mrs. Ron (Ber- nice) Harty with roll-call involving Christmas gifts for children at the Creche at Cal- gary. Mrs. George (Lotli) Gaetz said the prayer. Mrs. Henry (Margartc) Sch- erer spoke about Advent. Finished Red Cross articles were handed in. A donation was made lo tlie Monastery for the Precious Blood Sisters, Cal- gary. Tlie tea prize was presented to Mrs. Henry Schercr. Lunch was served by the hos- tess, assisted by co-hostess 'Mrs. Richard (Gladys) Harty. its doors here in tlie temporary' trailer quarters about a year ago. Mr. Bridger comes to the dis- trict from Vancouver. Mr. Purvis will move to Van- couver pending his next ap- pointment. were shipped starting Dec. it I by insurance and is estimated from Calgary, and field erec-: lo be less than million. In lion started immediately there- j addition, the company carries after. j business interruption insurance The other principal damage j for any loss of profit resulting being repaired is in the dryer-1 from the fire. Spanvood women say hello NATAL (HNS) The Spar- Ihe proposed recreation corn- wood Activities Club sent a, plcx for (lie district. Others elected were: Mrs. Al-1 wilh Mrs. Albert Baldeo as pi- berl Baldeo, vice president; j anist. Mrs. Lcsler Handley, secro- tary; and Mrs. James McQuil- lan, treasurer. Conveners appointed included Mrs. S. S. Rutt, Christian liter- ature; Mrs. M. L. Vaselenak, assistant; Mrs. A. C. Harris and Mrs. Gladys Noble, nomin- ating committee; and Mrs. Em- ilic Baldry, cards and press correspondent. Mr. outlined gross lo date and indicated delegation to the recent meet- ing of the Sparwood and Dis- __ trict Chamber of Commerce to nancinc" tliaT will bTrcqiiired explain ik function and ask for I Xcgolia'ions are under way chamber support. contractor to The women are concerned with a welcoming service for new residents. They also provide all new residents with information about the sendees available in the community. The Sparwood women per- form the service free. Tlie chamber also heard an address from John Walmsley, chairman of the Spanvood rec- roation commission, regarding Jumbo Valley people perform i. A JL determine the staging of Uie project. Mr. also said the initial funds drive will have an objective of an additional 000 to be raised in the com- munity. These funds will be solicited in the blitz for payroll deductions and for any contri- butions from the business com- Chamber post to Jim Coiivcy NATAL (HNS) Al the reg- ular meeting nf the Sparwood and District Chamber of Corn- Other positions will be decid- merce, Jim Convey was elect- pro- j ed at the January meeting. It j rd secretary, replacing Mrs, 1 (i-----------------------------------------! Molly Lalka who resigned. I At the meeting there were Limit snow rigs lhm. ncw dircclors elecl, FRANK (CNF Bureau) Tlie fd. being Gr-orce Brewer. Leon The meeting adjourned so that members could view tlie sketches of the recreation com- plex which were being display- ed by Western Design Associ- aics, supervisors of the project. Egon Tensfeldt of Western De- sign Associates was on hand to answer Questions. SERVE WELL CHILI EO MflUNfl A UGHTGRAPEWINEWITH TROPICAL FRUIT FLAVOURS Beavers play GRANUM (HNS) Willow Creek Beavers held their an- nual family Christmas party recently Hall. in the Community A short program followed die pot-luck supper. Then candy was given to the children. Crib winners: Mi's. Lee Wes- ley, Mrs. Don Mason, Stan Byer and Lee Wesley. Film developer COALDALE (HNS) The board of the Coaldale munity Hospital recently de- JMaiy Ann Aiai JL GRANUM (HNS) Rev. G. Peters of Fort Maclcori was master of ceremonies for the recent annual Christmas con- cert in the Knox Presbyterian Church of Jumbo Valley. The crowd was given a "wel- come" by Jodi Douglas, Man' Ann and Evelyn MacLean, and carol singing by the audience j followed. i The program: recitations by Layne, Brent, Carol Ann and Barry Baker; organ solos by Catherine and Isobel MacLean, Cindy Calderwood, and Cathy Veenland; vocal solos by Sherry Baker, Tiimuy Peters and Brenda Veenland, accompanied by Cory Detmers on tlie gui- tar; Christmas music by. Tim and Rcece Me- Intosh; vocal duels by Cookie Delmers. Cathy Veenland, Cory and Cookie Dotmers; singing by Carol, Barry and Sherry Baker; 'Hie Star in God's Win- i dow and Mary's Lullaby by I Cathy Veenland, Cindy Calder- Village of Frank has issued a notice regarding the use of snow vehicles in the village limits. The notice indicates that the use of snow vehicles is restrict- ed to the alleys as access roads only and to and from their destination outside the village of Frank. Speed of the vehicles while going through the alleys is re- stricted to five miles per hour. A bylaw has Ix'cn drawn to this effect and any abuse of the bylaw will necessitate coun- cil to take steps Ixi abolish and completely probhit Uie use of snow vehicles within the limits I of the village. Hcnrie! and Ray Rorlcwoldt. The tourists and information cominillcc. which was formerly under the chairmanship of Bob Cummings. was also re-acti- vated. Its members are Jimmy Danabassis. Terry Yamchuk and Jack Loo. The new com- mittee became necessary when the former chairman moved to Blairmore, Alberta. Around 20 members of Ihr chamber were present, for Uie meeting. The members de- cided, on behalf of UK District, of Sparwood. to organize a cili- zcn of Ihe Year award with Ihe chamber executive being empowered to appoint judges for the award. snts, Christmas C Many Lands and Christmas Symbols. Tlie Christmas roedit a t i o n and worship was given by tlie Sunday School classes. The evening ended with Jin- gle Bells, Santa Glaus and lunch. in SllggCStS THAT YOU SHOP FOR GREAT CHRISTMAS BUYS in WESTERN WEAR 1 1 Hearing is scl for Cranbrook NATAL (HNS) Concentra- tion of mining In the East Koot- enay region has prompted the Pollution Control Board to sel- ect Cranbrook as the site of a public hearing into the mining industry. The hearing is to be held in March. The hearing will examine briefs submitted by concerned parties and submissions are to be sent to W. N. Venables, Pol- lution Control Board Director, WESTERN BOOTS Texas, H. H. Brown, Tony Lomo, Justin nnd Cowtown I WESTERN SHIRTS Karman, Tem-Tex and Miller, a full in plaids, fancy checks and solid colon. cidcd to install an automatic film developer in the hospital Isobel ami by January. Tlicn the Pollution !cLcan; throe j Control Board will examine choir selections; songs by the j tlirm before the bearings, for the x-ray department. It is expected to cost about I'' j Young People's Group, accom- panied by guitars; two which will he March 6 and 7 in Cranbrook. Honor two men iBrOUZC CCiinp CVClH bttdgCS by six Coulls scouts NATAL (HNS) As presi- dent and on behalf of the Spar- wood Senior Citizens Society, Dick Hughes recently present- ed plaques to Earle Tabor and Bruno Bcvilacqua, both of COUTTS (UN'S) The an-! stair Mills. Scott Tolleslnip, jfjj nual Christmas party, with Ailcn Karsten, Patrick WESTERN SPORT CO-ORDINATES by PRINCE CLOTHING Fine oil wool Jacket with co-ordinating DOWN FILLED JACKETS by S. E. WOODS and PIONEER MEN'S WESTERN BOOTS by H. H. Brown Priced as low as 24.95 CIVIL WAR BOOTS A real favorite wilh the young men Brownies, Guides, Hangers, c i u nrmviiies, u 111 uc s, iiajigers. Sparwood for services they j c s conibini ents, was held in the Coutts Civic Centre. Manv attended. Jim Erickson. Duane Whitesel and James Thicssen. R. Wiens is I heir instructor. j Bronze challenge awards I were given to Terry Tollestrup building committee. Mr., only remaining member of the original com-! i crnti Tniwinm miftee recalled the work done. The children entertained with by bolh men m planning and skits and songs. wmt from Cubs to Spanvood Scnlor! Allowing the program I Scouts. The monaaement and staff wish to extend their best wishes for a VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS HAPPY PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR Citizens Villa. New manager badges were presented to scout.1; Jim Krickson, Duane I Mitehal Kill: liccame a Scout. Jeff Van de Bonnet and Kent Whitesel. Patrick Larson. Gene j KVCrs were invested with their un I Bourgeois, James Thiesscn and Cub lies. Cub Danny JlcLcod Jtf NATAI, (HNS) The Royal IKoss Tolley. They spent two Bank of Canada has announced weekends at winter cnmp at Ihe nppoinlniont of R. D. (Ray) i w i t i n g-on-Stonc Provincial received his house orderly bnrigc. Airs. Ilicho Nishiyana, mm- j Kridgcr as the new manager! received j mi.ssioner w c s t c r n division, of the Sparwood branch. lie replaces Steve Purvis, j leader, Run Granl. ,S p a r w o o d branch manngcr I Citizenship badges were prc since the Rank opened I senlcd to Terry Tollestrup, All- camp craft badges from their Gwcn Robinson, Sunshine j division, and Jim Kobinson Sunshine district for Scouts, were introduced. WESTERN WEiill GRAIN TAKEN IN TRADE AT HIGHEST MARKET PRICES FREE GIFT WRAPPING 308 5lli Si. S. Plionn .128-4726 TS.. V ft SOLVE YOUR LATE SHOPPING GIFT PROBLEMS WITH TICKETS TO THE 19thANNUAL SATURDAY, FEB. 5th Tickels on tain at: MARCELS, BOYERS, ART WILLIAMS and KINSMEN CLUB MEMBERS ;