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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta woy s Peter McTavish and Gray Cressman is beh Mrs. Vera Lien elected by Women of Unif arm WARNER (HNS) The Wo- men of Unifarm met recently at the' home of Mrs. J. Liebelt to hear J. North, superinten- dent of County of Warner schools speak on "changes and upgrading of the school act." Optional subjects will be at- tainable at the junior high level. Students can apply spe- cial projects and after school jobs to their academic or di- ploma credits, he said. Correction officers, atten- dance officers and the super- intendent will be employed in Paving urged by Vulcan county CLARESHOLM low Creek MD council re- ceived a delegation of the full council of the County of Vul- can recently to discuss co-oper- ation in the paving of a sec- ondary road to run between Art classes resume March 3 PINCHER CREEK (Special) Spring art classes will .be- gin in the Pincher Creek re- gion March 3 with Mr. Franz Koci instructing again. They will be held every Wednesday until the end of June. Advanced oil workshop will be held from 2 to 4 p.m. Wed- nesdays and the first year in oil painting and techniques in oil will be held Wednesdays from 7 to 9 p.m. All classes will be held in the large meet ing room of the Town hall. A beginners class will be held on Thursdays if enough in terest is shown. For further in formation contact Mrs. Cyri Richards at 627-3452. gHway 23 to the east and ighway 2 to the west at a int at or north of Nanton. If the proposed roar? ran east om Nanton there would have be a three mile jog, but if it an from Connemara it would a straight road with no urns. Councillors from the Willow reek MD felt there would bo ttle use of the proposed road it ran from Counemara as it as just at the edge of the mu- cipality. The County of Foothills would benefit just as much so the leeting decided to also seek s support. Vulcan councillors felt the oad would provide much- eeded access to recreation areas of tie foothills, especial- y the new Chain of Lakes fa- cilities which have proven DOB- ular. The council of Willow Creek has already made plans for a meeting with Highways Minis- er Taylor to discuss paving he road from Highway 2 at Nanton to the Chain of Lakes, t was decided to form a Joint delegation to also discuss the Vulcan co-operative paving pro- posal. RELIEVE TEETHING PAINS (Ult.IO.Y- EASILY WILDERS Teething Lotion the future by the local school board. Regional officers will act as consultants to the teachers. Facts and figures show that the cost of education doubles about every W years. Officers for 1971: president, Mrs. Vera Lien; vice presi- dent, Mrs. Maisie Jacobson; secretary, Mrs. Lorraine Hep- pier' arid directors, Mrs. Dor- othy Kuehn, Mrs. Kay Thomas and Mrs. Elsie Schumacher. The benevolent committee in- cludes Mrs. Elsie Schumacher. A donation to the Warner cemetery fund was approved. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Betty Nor- ris on March 10. Each mem- ber is to bring a "program for the day" outline of a meeting to be used to set up a year's program. WINS TROPHY The Fort Macleod Fish and Game Association recently presented a trophy to Leslie Scott for his active partici- pation and service to the Ju- nior Forest Warden move- ment. Turin Library to close doors TURIN (HNS) The Turin Community Library will cease to exist. It is proposed that all the books belonging to the library become a part of the school li- brary. Among these books are some 500 volumes in the adult section, which may be donated to an adult library. All interested persons are asked to meet at the school at 4 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 24 to discuss the matter. If there is no response to this appeal' for attendance, the existing library ward will make the decision regarding the dispensation o, books and money. Town brighter CLARESHOLM OINS) Claresholm is a lot 'brighter hese days. Workmen have just completed inst a 11 i n g double mercury vapor lights from the north to the south end on the centre median of the highway irough town. The residential districts have also had mercury vapor lights installed. They cost less- to op- erate and produce more light. The cost of the new lights is about KEEP FIT CLASSES TURIN (HNS) Weekly keep fit classes will be held ev- ery Tuesday afternoon in the school auditorium at four o'clock. Instructors are Mrs. Leonard Dunn and Mrs. Law- rence Deimuth. To retain historical i park area PINCHER CREEK (Special) _ At the annual meeting of the Pincher Creek and District Historical Society the decision to retain all the historical park area was made. A committee of Wilbur Lang, Frank Austin and Joe Kunkel was to look into the feasibility of renting the northeast corner of the A delegation from the local Elks club with a view to ex- tending assistance to the so- ciety, was present. The secretary was au- thorized to apply to the De- partment of National Revenue to srant the Historical Society status as a charitable organi- zation so that donations to it wii: be tax deductible. Directors win be Mrs. S. Lunn- Mr. Ed Smyth, Mr. Earl Ward, Mrs. A. H. Rhodes, Mr. Fred Huddlestun, Mr. Wilbur Lang, Mr. Frank Austin, Mr. George Cox and Mr. Reg Beere. A directors' meeting followed the annual meeting re-electing Mrs. A. H. Rhodes, president; Mr Wilbur Lang, vice-presi- dent; and Mr. Reg Beere, sec- retary. Speaks on games COALDALE (HNS) Max Gibb, department of youth, re- cently spoke about the South- ern Alberta Summer Games at a southern county regional rec- reation board meeting. The gantes were held for the first time in 1970 at Pincher Creek. BIBLE CLUB COALHURST (HNS) The Happy Hour Bible Club for chil- dren between the ages of four and five is held every Thurs- day at the home of Mrs. Alice McLaren. There is now an en- rolment of 18 children. Anyone wishing their children to attend may come Thursday from to p.m. ________ MEDICINE HAT Requires a SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS This progressive School District in the City of Medicine Hat Alberto employs ninety-two teachers in seven schools. ThI'schools offTa wide curriculum to one thousand nine hundred (1900) students in Grades one through twelve m- ClUSiVA masters degree in Education or equivalent and ad- ministrative experience ore necessary requirement! When applying, please provide a re- sume State expected solory and supply references to: SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS MEDICINE SCHOOL 73 7th Street S.E. MEDICINE HAT, ALBERTA Applications will be accepted up to March 15, 1971. Duties to commence in July, 1971. LODGE LOSES FRIEND Mrs. Annie MacGowan of Fort Macleod, centre, has retired after serving on the board of directors of Fort Macleod's Pioneer Lodge for the past 10 years. John Davis, chairman of the board, a nd Mr. Maude Fawcetf, offer congratulations and best wishes. Wovtco February JO, THI HttMD 9 MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY ARE BARGAIN DAYS LIMITED QUANTITIES COSTUME JEWELLERY New spring selection includes earrings, bracelets and necklaces. Assorted styles and colors. 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