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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 10, IHI UTHMIOOi HKAID It Trophy day and dance February 13 COALDALE (HNS) annual trophy day and Valen- tine dance sponsored by the Coaldale arx" District Fish and Game Association will be held Saturday, Feb. 13, in the Coal- dale Community Hall. The trophy day program commences at 2 p.m. All local entries should be brought to the hall between to 9 p.m. Friday, Feb. 12. Out-of-town entries may be left at either the Duncan Lloyd or Len Steinbrenner residence or Marten's Pro Hardware. Mike Andrejcik is the big game chairman. Edwin Wiebe is the fish com- mittee chairman and Jurgen Wohlschlager is chairman of the bird section. Kaiser offers bus on weekend SPARWOOD (HNS) A bus sponsored by Kaiser Resources Ltd. leaves Sparwood High School each Saturday and Sun- day morning at 9 a.m., stops in Femie at at the bus depot there and arrives at the ski chalet 15 minutes later. The bus leaves the chalet at p.m. for the trip home. There is no charge. Pancake supper PINCHER CREEK (Special) The Coalfields Community Centre will hold it annual pan- cake supper Saturday, Feb. 13, at p.m. Films will be shown after the supper. Pre-school children will be admitted free. Everyone is welcome. SUGAR QUEEN HOSTED BY SUGARMEN Taber's sugar festival queen, Miss Laurie Jensen received plane tickets for two from Jack Kenney, Taber factory superintendent far Canadian Sugar Factories Ltd. The tickets took Miss Jensen and her mother to Vancouver where they enjoyed a week-end of fun and entertainment with host Brian Rogers of B.C. Sugar. Included in the program was a National Hockey League game and dinner on Grouse Mountain. Said Laurie "We had a wonderful time." _____________________ 44 attend annual meeting of St. Paufs United Church MILK RIVER (HNS) The annual congregational meeting of St. Caul's United Church was held recently in the re- creation room of the church. There were 44 in attendance, including a number of the younger people of the congre- gation. Rev. David Hewlett opened the meeting with a devotional on Christian Unity. Mrs. H. Schmitt was named secretary for the meeting. Reports were heard from the following groups: Explorer Gii-ls, Cradle Roll, CGIT, Bible Society, Observer, Senior Ladies Group, ACTS, Sunday School and choir groups. Most groups reported a fairly active year. Mrs. J. Szarko reported a to- tal of was sent to the Mis- sion and Service Fund. K. McCoy reported a projec- tor and a piano were purchased from money in the Memorial Fund. The piano was a mem- orial to F. W. Smith. The UCW, Explorers and CGir girls contributed towards the purchase of the projector. Ray Schmitt reported on the Co-operative Parish Program in South Alberta Presbytery. Mr. Schmitt and Les Barrows were asked to continue on this committee for dialogue pur- poses. Members elected to the board of management were: Mrs. Alva Bair, Gene Mandin, Ralph Ostengerg, Ray Cleland, Greg Thomas, Jar Gouw and Miss Corrine Davies as youth repre- sentative. Mrs. F. Sasse was elected mission and service convener. F. Sasse-was elected c u s t ra- dian of the memorial fund. C. Johnson, on behalf of the board and congregation, pre- sented Mrs. H. Schmitt, re- tiring secretary-4reasurer of the board, wtih a gift of crys- tal for her "untiring work for many years." Mr. Hewlett expressed his thanks to Mrs. Schmitt and the other retiring members. I _ Roundup of D Strict Mixed bonspiels PICTURE BUTTE Picture Butte Legion mixed bonspiel will be held Feb. 26 and 27. March 4, 5 and 6 the Picture Butte Elks, will have a mixed bonspiel. The Chinook Bonspiel will be held March 15-20. March 25, 26 and 27 the ladies open bonspiel will be held. Book ahsad by calling the Picture Butte Curling Rink at 7324225. Russell Crane is in charge. Transfer Beeber RAYMOND (HNS) W. H. Beeber, district manager for Calgary Power, has announced assistant district manager Loel Olsen has received a transfer to Edmonton. During the four years Mr. Olsen has been stationed here he has been a driving force in Squadron 565 of the Royal Ca- nadian Air Cadets. Mrs. Olsen is a member of the Raymond Municipal Hospi- tal staff. Open Monday and Tuesday 9 a.m. to Wednesday 9 qTrrf. to 1 p.m" Thursdayand Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive Fly-tying course COALDALE (HNS) The ly-tying course offered by the Coaldale and District Fish and Game Association will com- mence with registration at 8 .m. Thursday, Feb. 11, in the Mdale Fire Hall. It will continue every Thurs- ay for five weeks. Len Steinbrenner is the di- ector. Anyone interested is asked to contact Mr. Steinbrenner, Jeorge Murakami or Duncan Joyd. Pike derby COALDALE (HNS) A pike derby, sponsored by the Coal- dale and District Fish and Game Association, will be held 'rom 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 21. at Chin Lake. The exact location is the sec- ond dam south of Cranford on Chin Lake. Trophies are to be awarded for the first fish, biggest fish, smallest fish and the family catching the most fish. Name delegates COALDALE (HNS) At a recent meeting of the Coaldale and District Fish and Game Association, James McQuillan, past-president, and Duncan Lloyd, president, were appoint- ed delegates to the annual pro- vincial convention of the Al- berta Fish and Game Associa- tion to be held at Medicine Hat Thursday, Feb. 26, and Fri- day, Feb. 27, Depot moved FERNIE (HNS) The Grey- hound Bus Depot, located at the Alpine Restaurant in Feme for the past 10 years, moved to a new location. Mike Burns, Greyhound rep- resentative, announced, the now Greyhound agent will be Ron Kiedyk who has just completed and opened a new restaurant as Hi-Way Drive-Inn on Highway 3 at the eastern en- trance to the city. Two buses run through Fer- nie each way every 24 hours. It used to be a half-hour stop on daytime runs but from now on they will only stop for a coffee break of 10 minutes. Public skating PICTURE BUTTE (HNS) The Picture Butle Sknling Rink is open Monday through Fri- day from to p.m. for public skating. Public skating on weekends is from 12 noon to 7 p.m. Hockey is played Monday through Friday from lo and weekends 10 to 12 noon and 7 to 8 p.m. SoVouSmwith CUTBACK Save BRENTWOOD China Cabinet Put everything in its place beautifully. All metal con- struction. Plate glass slid- ing door cabinet. Two fixed shelves. Large base with single top shelf and two swinging doors with single shelf. White enamel finish. Antique white handles. 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