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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta WINS MEDALS Shcri McFadelcn, 15. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Barry McFacl- dcn of Lctlibridgc, is doing some outstanding work in speech arts through the Mount Royal Conservatory, Calgary. Her teacher is Mar- garet Zaiigg. Miss McFaddcn won a bronze medal and a nu.rk of 80 for her speech arts theory and a S25 schol- arship and silver medal for achieving a mark of 89 in the practical examination in Grade 7 speaking work. The awards were presented at the recent convocation held in the Jubilee Auditorium, Cal- gary. She started four years ago. Roundup Fantasy thrills NOBLEFORD (Special) A capacity crowd was on hand for the annual Christinas con- cert sponsored by the teachers and students at'Noble Central elementary and junior high classes. A medley of Christmas songs by the Grpde 7 music class un- der the direction of Mrs. Edna Hamilton opened the program. The Grade 8 drama class put on a skit entitled Love at Home. The carolling was done by the Grade 8 girls music class. The highlight of the evening was the three act play, Christ- mas Fantasy by the students from Grades 1 to 6, under the direction of Miss E. Sorgard, Mrs. L. Tomura, Miss M. Tono- mura, Mrs. E. Elder, Mrs. E. Sanderson, Mrs. K. Deimuth, Mrs. L. Siray, and Mrs. F. Mc- Intosh. A cast of 150 participator in this production. Prepare gifts CAHDSTON (HNS) The Cardslon Municipal Hospital Ladies Auxiliary recently made' gifts for auxiliary hospital pa- tients and favors for all the trays for Christmas morning. Mrs. Norma Woolf and Mrs. Thclma Lowe were in charge. Next meeting: Feb. 9. Worship service COUTTS (HNS) The Christmas Worship service IA He Comes was presented by the Coutts United -Church School and Choir. The cantor was sung by Ron- ald Ford. The Sunday School children and their teachers took part. The closing prayer and bene- diction was given by Rev. Gra- ham Dickie. Following this the children were presented with Christmas rs. Johnson re-elected PINCHER CREEK (Special) Officers of the Ladies Aux- iliary lo St. Vincent's Hospital were installed recently by Sis- ter Bertha Noel at an impres- sive candelight ceremony. Mrs. Maggie Johnson was in- stalled president. Other officers are Mae Hud- dlcstmi, vice-president; Mary Williams, secretary; Joan llaigh, treasurer. Sister Bertha thanked all members for their continued support. Correspondence from the hospital board echoed her sentiments. Mrs. Ruth Schaurette, on be- half of the auxiliary, made a presentation of a pin and an honorary membership to Mrs. Vi McClain for all her help with the hospital cart. Mrs. Joan Haig presented Sister Levesque with a gift for the kitchen staff in appreciation of the lunches served at meet- ings. The evening got under way with a pot-luck supper, follow- ed by carols sung by the Folk Singers from St. Michael's School. Laura Levesque, B r e n d a Fitzpatrick, Colette Pelletier, Rhonda Stuckey, Cathy Gin- gras, Elizabeth Peelers and Marie Therriault sang and ac- companied themselves on gui- tars. A skit was skilfully portray- ed by Mrs. Pauline Melton. Col- lette Pelletier, Aileen Pelletier, Capita! recreation grants PINCHER CREEK (Special) At a recent meeting of the Pincher Creek MD council the MD was given a capital re- creation expenditures grant from the provincial govern- ment. Max G-ibb. re-creation consul- tant, presented the cheque to Hilton Pharis. reeve. The grant will be applied to Uie construction of an agricul- tural grounds complex in Pin- cher Creek. The project is being co-ordinated by the Pin- cher Creek regional recreation board under Ken Thornton and the Pincher Creek Agricultural Society. The Village of Cowley was also presented with a fi- nancial assistance for capital recreation expenditures. Gor- don Johnson, reeve of Cowley, received it. This grant is to be appb'ed to the construction of a tot lot, knock-down outdoor rink, and a ball field with seating. Volun- teers from the Cowley Lions Club and assistance from the Village of Cowley will be in- volved in completing the con- struction. COALDALE The Barons- Eureka Health Unit is sponsor- ing tile following infant and pre school clinics: PICTURE BUTTE: Tuesday, Dec. 23. in the library building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. TABEB: Tuesday. Dec. 28, in the health unit office, in the administration building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. COALDALE: Thursday, Dec. 30. in the health unit office (up- stairs in the town office build- ing) from 10 a.nv. lo 12 noon and to <1 p.m. TABER: Thursdav. Dec. in the health unit office in the administration building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. Fluoride tablets are available at all clinics free of charge. For social service appoint- ments telephone: Coaldaie 315- 3383, and Tabor 223-3911. Dr. G. R. C. Palmer, med- ical officer of health, urges par- ents to ensure their children arc fully pr'olcclcd against conta- gious disease. Wins hamper PINCHER CREEK (Special) The Pincher Creek branch of the Royal Canadian Legion made its draws for the Christ- mas hamper, turkey, and ham recently. Winner of the hamper was Colleen Wilson of Blairmore; turkey, Nels Johnson, Blair- more; and ham, G-arry Robert- son. Pincher Creek. The proceeds went lo the Grizzly District Council of the Boy Scouts of Canada. ATTEND FUNERALS NOBLEFORD (HNS) Wil- liam E. Hann and family of Southport, Man., motored to Noblcford recently to attend his father's funeral. Mrs. David Hoppner of Pincher Creek was also home for her father's fu- neral. Mrs. Agnes Beker of Terrace, B.C., and Mrs. Ida Jacobson of 100 Mile House, B.C., flew here for their broth- er's funeral. These Are The letWmdge Herald COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Your Area BLACKIE MRS. MARGARET MONTGOMERY......P.O. Box 148 CRANBROOK NANCY MILES (Spociol) 304 5lh SI. S. ETZIKOM MRS. THEKLA EHNtS Del. FOREMOST GEOFF. TAGG.......................... Box 381 FAITH MRS. THDKLA EHNES Gen. D0I. Contact thcso pnopYe (or your District Newt or Classified Advortliinfl Joan Haigh and Ruth Scliaur- eile. Mrs. Mary Williams won the door prize. treats. Worslup service will be held on Dec. 26, at 1 p.m. Sunday School classes will re- sume on Jan. 9. Cantata Dec. 26 NOBLEFORD (HNS) The Nobleford Choir, with Mr Mantel directing, will sing Ihe High School. None was acccnt- cd. It was also decided to defer work on improvements to light- ing in the gymnasium at this school. Christmas cantata, The Worlds Redeemer, on Sunday evening. Dec. !li at 8 o'clock in the Christian Reformed Church. A social hour will follow. A cordial invitation is extend- ed lo all. Concert enjoyed COUTTS (HNS) The Coutts Junior High School Chor- us, directed by Luanne Fair- banks, and the Coutts Junior High School 33-piece concert directed by Charles Hendricks, presented a com- bined Christmas concert in the Coutts School auditorium. Third Monday PINCHEH CREEK (Special) Trustees of the Pincher Creek school division have changed the date of their regu- lar meeting to the third Mon- Ink-rested persons may attend any meeting in the divisional office. Teachers Mrs. McGecan and Mrs. Benson, Canyon and Mat- thew llaltcn Schools respective- ly have resigned. Tenders were received for re- novations at Matthew Halton Hearings over CRANBROOK (Special) Separate hearings for compul- sory settlement separately in school board-teachers dispute ill school districts of Creston, Kimberley, Cranbrook and Fer- nie were "completed Friday. Lake Wimiurmere arbitrated locally and decided to accept basic findings for the other areas. These are binding. James Miller was chairman. G. G. Grauer school board member and James Patterson teachers' member in the three- liour hearing at Cranbrook. The board offer was bound by ministry decree to 6.5 per cent in all four hearings, while teacher proposals including Thursday, December J3, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAtD 3 TO HONOR PARENTS Mr. and Mrs. Ray Perry of Coaldole will be honored by son Walter Perry, Chin, and daughters Mrs. Allan (Gertrude) Doram ond Mrs. Leone Wood at an open house Monday, Dec. 27, on the occasion of their 50th wedding anniver- sary. It will be held from 2 to 4 p.m. in the Coaldaie United Church Hall. No gifts by request. Everyone is welcome. Crsst designer NOBLEFORD (Special) Donald Withage was recently presented with the prize offered by the Nobleford Volunteer Fire Department for submitting the crest design to be worn on their club jackets. He is a Grade 10 student at I RETURNS HOME NOBLEFORD (HNS) Lillian Plomp Mrs. returned home from the hospital. NOBLEFOMD (HNS) The Calvinpltcs of the Christian Re- form Church in Xobleford were caroling in the village recently. fringe benefits came to slightly Noble Central High. Croivsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Decoux, Resident Rep., Blairmore Phone 562-2149 clay of each month. I over eight per cent. There were 31 submissions. TURKEYS Canada Grade B 12 to 20 ibs. !b..... Turkeys Turkeys Canada Grade A 20 Ibs. and up Canada Grade A 10 to 20 Ibs..... Ib. 45c 49c A complete line of Swifts Premium Deep Basted Butterball and Canada Packers' Miracle Basted Turkeys Smoked Hams CQc FUUY COOKED WHOLE Shank Ws or Vt't TABLERITE CANADA CHOICE STANDING Rib Roasts Ib. 59 95' CENTRE VILLAGE IGA MARTENS COALDALE CAMPBELLS 10-fl. oz. fins APPLE YORK fl. oz. tins TOP VALU............................................2-lb. etn. OCEAN SPRAY, WHOLE OR JELLIED............ 15-fl. oz. tins Juice H 2 te oz. tin Fancy Peas 14-fl. 01. tins for Gold Seal 8-or. tin Top Valu Orange or 3 Fruit ...........24-oz. tin Mixed 65 GOLD SEAL SMALL SHRIMP 4Vi-oz. tin 59" BOS POLSKI OGORKS 32-fl. oz. jar..... BICKS SWEET MIXED PICKLES 32-fl. 01. jar..... IGA FROZEN FOQBS FRASER VALE FANCY Strawberries Fancy Peas CENTRE VILLAGE IGA HOLIDAY STORE HOURS Open Tonight 'Til 9 p.m. Fri., Dec. 24th 'Til 6 p.m. Closed Until 9 a.m. Tues., Dec. 28th PRICES EFFECTIVE UNTIL STORE CLOSING DEC. 24th IGA DAIRY SPECIALS CHEEZ WHIZ PUREX ASSTD. TISSUE 4 roll pack 69< TABLE TRESH PRODUCE Brussels Sprouts KRAFT PAST. PROC........2-lb. jar Margarine Parkay....... pkg. 99c Cream Cheese 59c Cheese 93c Crescent Rolls pillsbury.. 6.0, pks. 39c Margarine T'p Volu 4 for 95c TOP VAIU FRUIT COCKTAIL 14 fl. or. tins for Canada No. 1 small WE5TON5 CHEESETTES 8 oz. pkq. 2 69" Yams 2 3SP f I Oeeon Spray Cranbernes pk, 39P Mandarin Oranges Red Grapes California Emperor Ib. ;