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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Oil WELL Production Is imminent for this oil well on the Harvey Deering farm six miles cast of Claresliolm. It has just been cleaned out with acid. The combination of gas, oil, acid and water is he. ing burned off. It is n free- flowing well. A fifth well was also successful. Mor? drilling Is expected. Ice show Saturday FOREMOST (Special) Another successful figure skat- ing season will culminate shortly in the Foremost Figure Skating Club's third annual Ice Carnival. Saturday, March 4, at p.m. is the time set aside for the youngsters to demonstrate their skills in this popular ev- ent. The theme this year is the children's TV favorite "H. R. Pumstuf" aided by the scenic wizardry of local artist Ashley Butterwick. More youngsters than ever before are talcing advantage of the fine ice facilities offered by the Foremost arena operated by the Elks Lodge, and the coaching of Mrs. Hap (Beth) Bates. Pension plan sessions March 2, 3 R. F. Viney will be in atten- dance at Blainnore in the Fed eral Building, March 2, from 1( a.m. to p.m. and at Pinch er Creek in the town council chambers, March 3 fom 9 a.m. to 12 noon to answer queries on the Canada Pensioi Plan, the old age security anc the guaranteed income supple- ment. PERESS1NI RINK TOPS SPIEL The Wllf Peressini rink won the recent Elks bon- spiel at tho Blairmore ICQ Centre. From left: Vern Decoux, Annette Gryschuk, Dora Kroli and Wilf Peressinl, The Mickey Finn rink was runner-up. Goat event winner was the Tony Vejprava rink. TOP ESSAYISTS Fort Macleod Roya I Canadian Legion's essay and poem con- test winners are, from left: literature teacher Miss Anna-Kae Mclvorl Jim Van Wyck, second pace poet; Doris Daley, first place poet; Heather second place essayist; Kathy Moltzahn, first place essayist; and Legion second Rulon Hirsche. There were 23 entrants. Zone competitions are next. Winners received certificates and and prizes. Therna was Remembrance Day. Swihart Photo Daffodil sale set March 30 FOET MACLEOD (Special) '-The Fort Macleod chapter of the Canadian Cancer Society is making arrangements for its annual cancer campaign. The daffodil sale has been wt for March 30 and April I. Members of the ThcU Rim club will take part. The annual meeting will be held in the United Church Hall March 27 at 8 p.m. Canvasser kits will be distributed. Guests will be Cecil Gordon, honorary member, and John Gogb, both of Lethbridge. Local executive members are Mrs. Janet Tilbe, Mrs. Lilly Crowsnesl Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION -i- JOB PRINTING Vernun Deeoyy, Resident Rep., Blnirmora Phone 562-214? Middleton, Mrs. Win Anderses, Mrs. Lucille McRoberts and Mrs. Jean Swihart. 77. THI IETHMIDOI District doings Short course TABER (HNS) .An agricul- tural short course In be held al, the Vauxhall Community Hall Wednesday, March 8, has teen announced by Murray F. Wilde, Taber district agriculturist. Following registration and refreshments at a.m., the new tax laws and their impact on the farming sector will be discussed by Taber chartered accountants Colleaur and Mills. Back resolution TABER (HNS) A resolu- tion favoring more uniformity of school curricula among the various provinces in Canada has received the support of Ta- ber school division's trustees. Sports miles TABER (HNS) A request by Chamberlain School (Grassy Lake) to travel an additional j 534 miles for inter-school sports I has won approval from the Ta- ber division school board, bringing the approval total to miles for the year. Leaves Taber TABER (HNS) Accoun- tant at the Taber branch, Ca- nadian. Imperial Bank of Com- merce, Ronald Hunt, has left Taber for Vancouver, B.C., to become assistant inspector in the credit room, regional office of the bant, Potato growers TABER (HNS) A meeting of potato growers interested in producing spuds for Alta-Fresh Produce Ltd. is to be held at 8 p.m. Wednesday, March 1, in the Taber Community Centre white room.. Firm opens TABER new busi- ness, Taber Glass, has been opened in the former Taber Hardware building on 49th Ave. Owner and manager of the new business is Terry Ander- son, formerly of Spring Coulee. PERFECT Ken- Skcith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Skeith of New Dayton, received a. mark of 100 per cent In his Grade 12 department examination in bi- ology 30. His oilier marks: mathematics. 96 per cent: chemistry, 91 per cent: and physics, 83 per cent. He at- tends school at Raymond. COUNTRY NEWS These Are- Correspondents in Your Area BLACKIi: MRS. MARC-ARE! MONIOOMCRr _______ P.O. 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