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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 18, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Ftbruory II, 1971 THE IETHIRIDGE HERALD 3 TOPIC IS'YOUTH1-Taking part in the recent Hot Seat program sponsored by the Napl Friendship Association at Pincher Creek are, from left: Morley McGill, news di- rector for a Lethbridge radio station; Gloria Everts and Wade Sodestrom, Grade 12 students at Matthew Halton High School, Pincher Creek; Allan Pard, office manager of the Peigan Band Council. The panel discussed the young person's role in society today. They favored demonstrations but opposed riots and violence. Young people want rec- ognition, jobs and freedom, was the consensus. -Margaret Lunn Photo Miss Betty Jo Pauken feted TYRRELL'S LAKE (HNS) -Miss Betty Jo Paulscn was feted with a miscellaneous shower held in the Warner High School is the bride elect o Barry Thomas of Warner. The bride was assisted b her cousin Miss, Donna Lastuk of Lethbridge and Miss land and Miss Shirley An derson in opening. the gifts. Mrs. Wendy Elliot, a siste of the bride, recorded the gift and Miss Garnet Zuelke attend ed the guest book. Mrs. Mary Harnling was mis tress of ceremonies with the following performing on th( program: a reading by Mrs. V Mueller, a clarinet solo by Mis Navee Herbst, a sextette by thf Pittman girls and a solo bj Miss Linda Thomas. There were friends and relatives Taber, Wrentham, New Dayton and Warner. The couple is to be marriec Feb. 20 in Warner. looks askance at snow rigs CLARES HOLM (HNS) -Mayor Ernie Patterson said recently council may have to consider a bylaw to regulate snowmobiles here. The town office has received several complaints recently that snowmobiles are making excessive noise and driving too close to houses. One local snowmobile operator has been warned to drive carefully, the mayor said. Mrs. Marcolin heads UCW BELLEVUE (CNP Bureau) Bellevue United Church Women recently elected Mrs. Helen Marcolin president. Other officers are vice-president, Mrs. Belle Kovach; secretary. Olive Dingreville and treasurer, Mrs. Ella Burton. More than 20 women were present at the meeting and the new name adopted for the group is the Slide View Association of the Bellevue United Church. The group held a tea recently. An Easter tea is planned at which time the women are planning to sell cabbage rolls. The group has held a work bee and the women's parlor has been repainted and new drapes put up. A work bee to repaint the church kitchen is anniversary FORT MACLEOD (Special More than 100 friends of Mr and Mrs. Reg Purdy gathered in the south Macleod commun ity hall recently to help them mark their 25th wedding anni versary. Bert Heath presented a sil ver service on behalf of friends and neighbors. Mrs. Mick Collar presented a gift from the Country bo to open S NATAL (HNS) The board of trustees of Fernie school district recently decided to invite Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth the Second, to officially open the Sparwood Elementary School while her Majesty is visiting the province for Centennial celebrations later this year. The board also decided to employ a vice principal for the Sparwood Secondary School the appointment to be effective by the end of the month. The appointment of Mrs. Di-anne Pecknold to the regular staff of the Sparwood Elementary School was also confirmed. Mrs. Pecknold has been teaching at the school on a probationary basis for the past month. She holds a bachelor of education degree and has previously taught at Port Alberni, B.C. Mrs. Pecknold is the wife of COUNTR These fhe'Lctliku Correspondents MAGRATH MRS. MILDRED MARKER MASINASIN MRS. FRANCIS MUELLER MONARCH MRS JACOB NEWS Are Ige Herald in Your Area P.O. Box P.O. Box 329, Milk River P.O. Box NANTON MRS MARY P.O. Box MOUNTAIN VIEW MRS. MAXINE HANSON Contact these people 1 or Gen. your District News