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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 13, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - Tuesday, February 13, 1973 Double wedding anniversary held by Claresliolm couples CLARESHOLM (Special) - A double wedding anniversary celebration was held at the Flying "N" Chuckwagon and Hitching Post recently to Coutts VCW spurs study on India COUTTS (HNS) - The February meeting of the Coutts United Church Women was held at the home of Mrs. Chris Thompson with Mrs. Lucy Ford as co-hostess. Materials for the study on India were received. It was decided to join with UCW from New Dayton and Milk River to work on this at an afternoon meeting to be held at Milk River March 19. The Coutts group will be responsible for the devotion. honor Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Deering of Claresholm on their 45th anniversary and their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Dana Fancy of Stavely, celebrating their 14th anniversary. There were 21 guests in eluded Mr. and Mrs. Ray Deering of Pincher Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Deering were married at Medicine Hat and farmed in the Clares-holm district 21 years before moving into Claresholm five years ago. They have seven children: Mrs. Ken (Lenora) Jackson, Fort St. John, B.C., Mrs. Dick (Ruby) Anderson, Calgary, Harvey Deerin.", Claresholm, Mrs. Arnold (Phyllis) Norby, Claresnolm, Mrs. Dana (Agnes) Fancy, Stavely, Raymond of Pincher Creek and Larry of Claresholm. Mr. and Mrs. Fancy have lived 10 miles west of Stavely since their marriage. They have three children, Keany, Cameron and Tracy. ^fej WORLD OF SHOES February Shoe CUV SPECIAL SELECTION OF Women's Shoes NOW, PAIR . SELECTION OF WOMEN'S Shoes and Sandals NOW, PAIR .. "99 SELECTION OF Fashion and Winter BOOTS NOW ^ PRICE SELECTION OF PURSES 25% Off JUST ARRIVED NEW SPRING FASHIONS For Men and Women Open Thursday till 9 p.m. WORLD OF SHOES 317A 6th STREET SOUTH Modified school year not wanted FOREMOST (Special) -The Foremost and District Home and School Association has rejected the modified school year. There are no firm plans at present to introduce a modified school year in the County of 40-Mile. All groups represented on the Educational Study Committee have been seeking the opinions of their membership on this question. A questionnaire was sent out to parents. Of 450 sent out here, 162 were returned. Of these, 83 expressed favor for a system that would divide the year into two equal halves with a break at Christmas, and 78 were opposed. Of those who objected, the length of the school day and the effect on younger children, the effect on harvest help during the latter part of August, and the busing problems were of concern. School principal Yosh Kaba-yaroa outlined some possible alternatives regarding the reorganization of the school day and year which might be considered. It was felt by some parents that not enough consideration had been given to the unique situation of the rural student facing bus journeys of 50 miles each way every day. A school year divided at Christmas would enable students to transfer more easity to institutions of higher education. Art Trace, newly - appointed Home and School representative to the educational study committee, will take the results of the discussion to the February meeting of the ESC. Napi 'hot seat' reserved for February 14 meeting PINCHER CREEK (Special) - The Napi Association will sponsor a program entitled "Political Alternatives" Wednesday, .Feb. 14, at 8 p.m. in the MD Building. There will be two films and Bus service talks proceed PINCHER CREEK (Special) -A meeting was held recently with a view to establishing a bus service between Brocket and Pincher Creek. Henry Potts and Nelson Small Legs, representing the Peigan band council; Mayor Juan Teran of the town; and Paul Raczka of the Napi Association met with representatives of the department of northern development and la dian affairs to determine the possibility of such a service. This was the second meeting concerning band and town-elected representatives. It was decided to approach the respective councils with a cost-sharing proposal to offset the expenses of operating such a service. Meagle wins SPARWOOD (HNS) - Spar-wood Ladies Curling Club hosted 16 rinks from Coleman, Elkford, Blairmore, Femie and Bellevue at its annual Fun Spiel recently. First in the A event went to the W. Megale rink of Fernie, with team mates B. Andrews, I. Caravetta, and G. Senetza. KIDDIES COOKIES. Want to please your youngsters? Then don't miss Margo Oliver's cookie recipes this Saturday in Weekend Magazine. Among them are these recipes using health foods: Fruit-Nut Chews, Carrot-Molasses Cookies, Banana Cookies. IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE a panel discussion on "Red Power." Saul Alisky of the Rama Reserve in northern Alberta will speak on changing the Indian act, Indian dialogue and Indian solutions to Indian P'A>b lems. There will be a "hot seat" included on the program. Joe Yellow Horn, a Peigan who was a candidate for chief in the last election and proba-iton officer and a past relocation officer, will take part. Lloyd Caibaiogai from the Spanish River Reserve, On tario, married to a Peigan woman, is expected. He is an author, artist and activist in Indian self-determination. Everyone is welcome to attend. Wiebe fined for impaired driving TABER (HNS) - A drink and driving spree shortly after midnight here recently resulted in the loss of a stop sign and a highway guard post. There was a total of $317 in fines and six months suspension of driving privileges. Charged by Taber police before Judge A. H. Elford were the owner and driver of the car involved, Ivan Wiebe, 19, and his passenger, Charles Russell. 19, both Taber residents. Wiebe was fined $200 for impaired driving and $35 for illegal conveyance of liquor. Russell was fined $25 for being intoxicated in a public place and $50 for littering, having thrown a bottle of beer from the car. To Prince Rupert RAYMOND (HNS)-Mr. and Mrs. Warren L. Jones, serving as LDS missionaries, have been posted to Prince Rupert, B.C. Mr. Jones will be the church branch president for the area. Curlers back Cranbrook ice plan CRANBROOK (Special) -The Cranbrook Curling Club is supporting construction of a $450,000, eight - sheet rink by the city as a permanent facility for its Balment Park recreation complex. The project would be eligible for a $108,000 federal grant and one-third of cost provincial grant with the club responsible for the remainder over 20 years amortization. The city would hold title. The city has offered the club $75,000 for its present rink, adjacent to its; Memorial Arena. The city plans are to use this second rink for minor hockey, figure skating and youngster public skating to take the pressure off the Memorial Arena. Scheduled by the city and curling club are architect plans and estimates, with August the aim for building start and possible use of the new facility by curlers next season, along with the new youngster use for ice snorts at the present curling rink. ,000 debt for Cranbrook library CRANBROOK (SpeciaD-Only $9,000 debt is outstanding in bank loans by the Cranbrook Public Library Association on its new premises in Balment Park. Original cost was $120,000 for the building which opened in June, 1971, as a centennial project. Rental to last June of half the building for primary school use helped financially. Adult circulation is up nearly 8,000 books to 53,292, while juvenile circulater dropped more than 2,000 to 36,573. Individual school library* development accounts for this. Membership, free on application through the entire district, tallies 8,149. Happy Oldtimers PICTURE BUTTE (HNS) - Another milestone was celebrated here with the opening of the Picture Butte and District Happy Oldtimers Drop-In Centre. A crowd of 252 people was in attendance. The afternoon entertainment was provided by the band, Lori Posterski, Allan LeBarre, the Three Muskateers, and the Golden Miles Singers of Leth-bridge. Jack Ashmore opens arena to serve southern zone WARNER (HNS) - Mayor Jack Asbimore and Max Gibb of Lethbridge, member of the Alberta government's department of youth and culture, cut the ribbon here to open the Warner Artificial Ice Arena for the southern zone. It is a $60,000 arena and was backed by towns, villages and hamlets in the southern zone in a co-operative sharing of grant money. Four hundred people were served in a pancake breakfast at the school auditorium to open two days of festivities. Five hundred people attended various broomball and hockey games to mark the event. Mr. Gibb presented grant money totalling $18,000 to Mayor Ashmore. About $8,500 of this amount is Milk River's share and it w?s turned over to help pay for the co-operative venture. The new grant period starts next spring. "When we get clear here then Two new firms RAYMOND (HNS) - The town has two new businesses to serve the public, the Jiffy Drive-In Bar on main street and the first self-service gas pumps at the Su�ar City Drive-in, located on Highway 52. we will go back to help the others out with their project?," said Mayor Ashmore. Milk River hopes to build a swimming pool for southern zone residents. "Small towns shouldn't try to stand alone," says Mayor Ashmore. "You can't do it." He pointed out that New Dayton, a hamlet, contributed its $1,000 grant and also gave a $700 gift "with no.strings attached." HOME AND SCHOOL COALDALE (HNS) - The next meeting of the Coaldale Home and School Association will be held 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 14, in-the ft. I. Baker School auditorium. Mrs. Ken Smith will speak on a recent family life education leadership workshop she attended. rs. Welsh continues as secretary COUTTS (HNS) - The United Church for Milk River, New Dayton and Coutts pastoral charge's annual meteing was held in the Coutts church with members from three points. Mrs. Irene Welsh has consented to continue as secretary-treasurer for one more year. The proportionate budget responsibility for the three points will remain the same at 60, 25, and 15 per cent. Representatives of the congregations on ministry and personnel from Milk River are Les Lindeman and I. L. Chase; New Dayton, Elton Duel and Hal Cronkhite; Coutts, Everett Ford and Robert Minor. Delegate to Presbytery is Mrs. Ilia Skieth of New Dayton and alternate, Stan Long of Coutts. Plans are being made to hold a Mission Festival at New Dayton April 1, 1973. ffiffifr R?V?LST0K? ATTENTION Contractors, home builders, handymen homeowners and do-it-yourselfers We are expanding our store. We must clear all discontinued and obsolete mechandise. All items priced be!ow our cost. SPECIALS FROM OUR CARPET DEPARTMENT RUBBER BACK TWEED CARPET 100% nylon fibre, easily cleaned, heavy traffic rated. Bright and bold colors. �5 Reg. 6.9S. Now Only, sq. yd. . ............... ^Aw EBB TIDE A 100% nylon semi-shag, luxurious because of its rich two-toned blend of complimentary colors. Practical because nylon resists wear and fading, cleans readily. Genuine juta backing. Choose from a full range @li88 of decorator colors, 12' width. REVY DAYS, SQ. YD....................... w TROPIC ISLE Wears well, looks better longer. Year-round carpet of 100% Du Pont continuous-filament nylon. Dense pile, random weave two-tone pattern in decorator colors, #%,49 Jute backs, 12' widths. REVY DAYS, SQ. 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