Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 24, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
32 LEIHifUOGC HCSALO Wtdniutay, February 24. If71 Grcle of Service group enjoys successful year BLAIR-MORE (CNP Blairmore United Church Circle of Service group has en- joyed a successful year and re- ports indicate many projects were completed. The COS has a membership of 32 women and during the past term held 10 meetings. Funds are raised through rum- mage sales, bake sales and the annual fall tea and bazaar. During the past term the prwip has given financial as- sistance to the Sunday School, the junior church choir and has provided funds for the caretakers salary. The group also provides the flovrers for Sunday services and flowers are afterwards brought to the local hospital. Final payment has also been provided by the group for the new shingle roof and a new stove and chesterfield suite has been purchased for the manse. A stove for the auditorium kitchen has also been provided. During the season the group has participated in a "needy children social" and the wo- men sponsored the World Day of prayer in the United Church. Officers this term include president Mrs. Blanche Harp- er, vice president, Gail Dun- can: treasurer, Dianns Pen- nington and secretary, Vilma Perozalt Mrs. Reese serves manse committee MILK RIVER St. Paul's United Church Women here re- cently named.Mrs. Betty Reese to serve on the manse commit- tee. Mrs. Evelyn Bordell spoke about her recent trip to Greece. The people manage to attain happiness in spite of their ex- treme poverty, she said. She stowed a hand woven bed- spread she brought back from that country. Members will participate in the World Day of Prayer ser- vice at Courts March 5. Mrs. Ray Cleland presided. She reported achievements of the presbyterial conference at Medicine Hat. NAMES THE DAM Foremost School student Don Garber came up with the tag "Foremost Reservoir" to win the recent "name the dam" contest sponsored by the Foremost village council. There were 53 entries and the winner name was the first choice of four of the five judges. Mr. Garber received a plaque at the recent cham- ber of commerce citizenship night. O-anbrook spread over SHY ARTIST Keena. Humphries of Taher hides be- hind her base horn. Keena is practising daily for the Taber and District Music Festival icheduled for March 17 to 19. acres CRANBROOK (Special) Letters patent now published for Cranbrcofc's expansion set its existing area at acres including the new addi- tion of 547.82 acres of quite thickly populated areas Two substantial areas expan- sions in 1970 added only slightly to the official 1966 census tally of Commercial and industrial development have obviously in- creased this, while the occupied geographical addition adds an estimated 2.000 to includ- ing heavily built up Slaterville, Pinecrest-Highlands. and Little Van Home Confederation Park segments. With per capita grants at stake the city has decided to appoint three enumerators for door-to-door count in the three areas to reach its new official tally pending the next federal census. Toward adequately serving its new area and population, city council has approved ap- pointment of four additional RCMP personnel to its detach- ment. Tills Is effective April 1. To cope with additional fire protection requirements an llth full-time fireman will be added to Chief Veraon Doll's m a n- power, which also includes 16 volunteers. Tenders have been called for a fourth fire truck. Currently B.C. Fire Chiefs Association president. Chief Doll has been authorized to at- tend its annual provincial col- lege Aug. 17-20. Final special measure by the city has been requested to RDEK planner Alfred Miller to Draws post out of hat NATAL (HNS) Regional District of (East Kootenay di- rector Stan Wilson of Kimber- lev drew the chairmanship of the regional district board out prepare proposed zoning regu- of a hat recently. !latlons for annexed sections. After some time vote prelim- uiaries, directors favored a j 7-11 i draw, and when both Reno Le- i HileCtOral pOSt nardon and Mr. Wilson said J they had no objection, two j to WaVlie pieces of paper, one marked, j J O the other blank, were put in a hat. When both had drawn j their papers from director Lloyd Sharpe's stetson, Mr. Wilson was declared chairman. appointed director of Electoral Area F in the Regional Dis- trict of East Kootenay. He fills a vacancy created when nobody was nominated for the area before last December's Southern Alberta Summer Games to be hosted by Clares- Name Bourassa holm next August. named by He and James W h i t i r g of Electoral Area E, were sworn in at the board's Jan- mended that he be paid for milage and expenses in travel- ling. Kimberley, M a y o r Maurice KUnkhamer of Cranbrook, and Alderman D. W. B. Hoffman of Invermere. DINNER PARTY STIRLING (HNS) A din- ner party sponsored by the elders of the L.DS Church was held here recently. Films were enjoyed after barbrcncd steak vas served to P.2 men and women. WIN AT CARDS ET7KOM i HNS i Mrs. Dcbcrt i Helen I Kraft, Ron Davis. Mrs. Mona Seitz and Kilmer Halvcrson were win- ners in recent bridge and whist games here. r. V-'K >nth Big Our Own Brand! 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