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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, Ftbruory 6, 1971 THE UTtHHIOOf HIKALD 3 Toss high school opens Feb. 26 Warner firemen hot with rocks WARNER (HNS) Twelve] learns representing Red Deer, Calgary, Olds, Lelhbridge and Warner attended the Alberta Firefighters Curling Associa- tion competition at Olds re- cently. Representing Warner were skip Jim Clarke; third, Will Troidl; second, Frank Grey and lead, Earl O'Donnell, with Malcolm Flexliaug as a spare. These firemen won a berth in the provincial finals to be held at Edmonton Feb. 18 and 19. Warner and Olds were the only volunteer fire depart- ments in the test. It is the first time in the history of the Al- berta firelighters' curling com- petition a team from the volun- teer department has advanced to the finals. BLAIRMORE (CNP Bu- reau) Tlie board of trus- tees of Crowsnest Pass School Division No. 03 lias set Feb. 26 as the official opening date of the new Crowsnest Pass Consolidated High School. The event will begin at S p.m. with the Hon. R. C. Clark, minister of education, and other dignitaries present for the event. The school was built at a cost of more than 51 li mil- lion. It lias a teaching staff of 30 and more than 520 stu- dents. The building is located at the east end of Coleman on the north side of Highway 3. It was completed and opened for use last fall. 'Pass chil) aids high school BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) The Crowsnest Pass Club in Ths donation, sent by club ecretary Pauline Rehbeta, in- Calgary has forwarded a dicated the money is to be cheque in the amount of used Jor the purchase of gym as a donation to the new equipment for the new school. Crowsnest Pass Consolidated The club, which comprises High School. 'Bunny bonspieP set ormer Crowsnest Pass resi- ents now living in Calgary, ill hold its annual banquet and dance at the University Dining Centre, Calgary. Satur- ay, June 5. Much of the profit made by IB club is turned back to va- PORTRAY FASHION SCENE Kate Andrews High School itudfrnts medalled "mighty mini" and "mod midi" jumpers and dresses to begin a "fashion scene" presenta- tion in the school auditorium at Coaldale recently. The high school classes showed their talents in a display of basic wool dresses tastefully accessorized, skirts which they had designed and beautiful party dresses and formals From left: Debbie Fujita, Donna Mercer, Alvina Thiessen, Lee Ann Wight and liltle sjster Donna Wight (dresi and raggedy Ann doll made by Lee Janice Enns, Gloria Tymburski, Norma Neufeldt, Bertha Reimer, Wendy Miller and Melody Handley. -Deloy Wight Photo BLAIRMORE (CNP "spiel will feature men's spiel will organizations in the Blairmore Curluig Club and men's 'spiels to events and the Last year the club sent s meeting Feb. 3 set April donation to the 11 as dates for the total of rinks will be events will have Pass Municipal bunny bonspiel" to be held into the men's 'spiel Ten sheets of to aid in the purchase le Blairmore Ice rinks to the women's will be prepared to equipment. 'spiels. A banquet and dance is Students planned by the curling club hich will be held in the Elks Hall Saturday, April fee into the business has been set at per riiik. Entries are to be forwarded to Fred Smith for u TABER is the prospect and to Mrs. Emma Giacomuzzi for the 9 j esses initiated, owned and for urban youth under (HNS) The rated by senior high achievement program." The program was meeting of the I Warner Women's Institute was s held at the home of Mrs. )ivitlend paitl jy NoLlef a recent meeting of the Ta-wr Chamber of Commerce council by W. R. Myers High School principal James Morton recently with her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Or- cult, as co-hostess. Sixteen members, one vis- He has had Mrs. Emil Gundlock, and >edit with junior achievement executive director for Alberta, Herbert girls' club members, Linda Soice and Roma Kay Mueller, attended. NOBLEFORD (Special) George said that the disbanding of the [he Nobleford Credit Union businesses would be CREEK WI, the constituency lual meeting here recently and managed The United Church will be held at the dared a per cent owners, Hncher Creek held its School with the Hills- aid elected Edward be by the sale of shares or by loans from general meeting with 30 women WI as hostesses. The annual library meeting Thirty six attended. Mrs. Marion Moulton In any case, an advisor; committee of businessmen anerta Association of Register- ed Nurses will hold a baby sit- ting course here after the Caster school recess. The six-week course will fol- ow recommendations outlined in the Alberta Safety Council's ;uide. It is open to boys and girls over 10 years of age. Only those 12 years and over who pass the final exam will receive certificates. Parents' consent must be given and the fee is payable at the first meeting. Call Mrs, Ted Watson, 627-3851 or Mrs, M. Mackenzie, 627-2214, if in terested. Annual meetings TABER (HNS) Tuesdaj and Wednesday, March 16 and 17, are the dates set for an nual meetings of electors for Taber School Division No. 6. The March 16 meeting fo residents north of the river wi take place at the Vauxhall Ele- mentary School. Residents south of the Olc man River will meet in th W. R. Myers High School here Both meetings, commencin at p.m., will hear report of administration and finance Baby photos COALDALE (HNS) Babies t the Coaldale Community lospital may soon be sitting or portraits. A photo service is a project f the women's auxiliary. At its ecent meeting it was decided o Quer the service on an op- tional basis. There will be a nominal :harge. Plan carnival COLEMAN (CNP Coleman Elks are planning a carnival to be held in the Elks Hall April 30 and May 1. The Friday night carnival will be open to the general public and will feature games of chance and bingo. The Saturday event will be open to Elks and their guests and will be in the form of a social evening with dancing. Try Before You Buy UP TO 30-DAY TRIAL ON YOUR DOCTOR'S RECOMMENDATION SMITH-JONES HEARING AID SERVICE RIPIEY OPTICAL 618 3rd Ave. S. Phone 328-5447 stand while call. making a phone 'H more TDDHV WITH n.m.n. NT euro In 110 countries around the world here's another free service that comes with your A.M.A. membership, If your credit cards are lost or stolen, A.M.A. will notify all companies concerned to cancel your cards and have duplicates issued. Inquiro today about all the other services, protec- tion, and information you get as a member of A.M A CONTACT THE ALBERTA MOTOR ASSOCIATION 903 3rd Avenue South SEND FOR THIS FREE BROCHURE NOW! Phone 328-1771 Coaldale Home and School elects Bryant president Feb. 19, 20 at Milk River WARNER (HNS) The Warner Catholic Women's League met recently at the home of Mrs. Vern Erickson, '.rith Mrs. Boyd Biggers as co- hostess. The workshop to be held ui Milk River was discussed and everyone was- urged to attend on Feb. 10 and 20. The workshop will consist of CWL verse, Parish Council, by Miss Anne Kirby, Lethbridge; Christian Family Life by Mrs. Beryl Wood; Christian Con- science by Rev. Walter Krew- ski. Calgary officers attend! n g will be diocese president Mrs. Nora Davis; Mrs. Francis Pen- ner, Mrs. Edith McDowell and Mrs. A. Foreman. This workshop is sponsored by Hie Warner, New Dayton. Milk River. Allerston and Coutts leagues. The Warner CWL voted to get a public address system for the Warner church. Hostesses for the March meeting will be Mrs. Harold Pittman and Mrs. Norm Clay- ton with a program on social, economic and civic life to be presented by Mrs. Julia Pitt- man. COALDALE (HNS) Charles Bryant, teacher at Kate Andrera High School and very active m the community recreation program for many years, was recently elected president of the Coaldale Home and School Association. Also elected were: Mrs. Bert (Dina) Donkersgoed, re-elected vice-president; Mrs. Ken (Eri- ka) Lyon, (secretary) Mrs. Ike Neufeldt re-elected treasurer; Mrs. Gerald Brown re-elected corresponding secretary. Named to the program com- mittee were Mrs. Jake (Hertal Janzen, Mrs. Ron (Jean) Lough, Tom Tsukishima and Richard Matis. Mrs. Bill Litousky will assist in the publicity for association meetings. Lunch comnu'ttee comprises Mrs. Tom (Kay) Tsukishima, Mrs. Earl (Sheila) Sprinkle and Mrs. John Esau. John Voth is past-president. Harold Arneson is a director for area 11B of the Alberta Federation of Home and School Associations. It is the rural area near area tlA, Leth- bridge. Area 11B will meet from 10 am. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 28, in the John Davidson School here. TV SET USED COALDALE (HNS) The television set which the Coal- dale Community Hospital Women's Auxiliary has avail- able for patients on a renta' basis is proving to be in con- siderable demand. 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