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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuttdov, OIL WELL Production Is imminent for Ifiis oil well on thn, Harvey Dcering fnriu sis miles east of Clarcsiiolm. It has just been cleaned out with acid. The combination oE gas, oil, acid and water is lit. ing burned off. It is o free- flowing well, A fifth well was alsc successful. 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 Ihe youngsters to demonstrate their skills in this popular ev- ent. The Uieme this year is the children's TV favorite "H. R. Pumstuf" aided by the scenic wizardry of. local artist AshJey Butterwick. More youngsters than ever before are taking 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 10 a.m. to p.m. and at Pinch- er Creek in the town council chambers, March 3 fbm 9 a.m. to 12 noon to answer queries on the Canada Pensior Plan, the old age security and the guaranteed income supple- PERESSIN1 RINK TOPS SPIEL The Wilf Peressini rink won the recent Elki bon- spiel at 1hs> Blairmore Ico Centre. From left: Vern Decoux, Annetle Gryschuk, Dora Kroli and Wilf feressinl. The Mickey Finn rink was runner-up. Goat evenl winner was the Tony Vejprava rink. TOP ESSAYISTS Fort Macleod Roya I Canadian Legion's essay and poem con- test winners are, from lefti literature teacher Mist Anna-Koe Mclvorl Jim Van Wyck, second pace poet; Doris Daley, first place poet; Heather Walker, second place essayist Kathy Mollzahn, first placs essayist; and Legion second Rulon Hirsche. There were 23 entrants. Zone competitions are next. Winners received certificates and and prizes. Thema wai Remembrance Doy. Swihart Photo Daffodil sale set for March 30 FORT MACLEOD (Special) Fort Stacleod chapter of the Canadian Cancer Society is making arrangements for its fljmual cancer campaign. The daffodil sale has been set for March .TO anrl April I. Members of Iho Thcla Rim dub trill take part. Tie annual meeting win be held in the United Church Hall March 27 at 8 p.m. Canvasser kits mil be distributed. Guests nill be Cecil Gordon, honorary member, and John Gogo, both of Lothbndge. Local executive members are Mrs. Janet Tilbe, Mrs. Lilly Crowsnesl Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION -i- JOB PRINTING Vernun Pecour, Reiidenf Rep., BlnirmorB Phone 562-2149 Middleton, Mrs. Win Andersen, Mrs. Lucille McRoberts and Mrs. Jean Swihart, District doings Short course TABER (JENS) An agricul- tural short course lo be held at the Vaujthall Community HaB Wednesday, March 8, has (KCD announced by Murray F. WUde, Tatar district agriculturist. Following registration and refreshments at a.m., the new tax laws and their impact oil the farming sector will be discussed by Taber chartered accountants Colleaur and 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 534 miles for inter-school sports has won approval from the Ta- bcr 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 bank, Potato growers TABER (HNS) A meeting of potato growers interested in producing spuds for Alta-Fresh Produce Ltd. is lo be held at 8 p.m. Wednesday, March 1, in the Taber Community Centre white room.. Firm opens TABER new busi- ness, Taber Class, has been opened in Ihe former Taber Hardware building on 49th Avc. Owner and manager of the new business is Terry Ander- son, formerly of Spring Coulee. J7, WJ THt ICTHMIBW PERFECT MARK Kcn- Skcith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Skellh of New Dayton, received a. mark of 100 per cent In his Grade 12 department examination in ology 30. His ollirr marks: mathematics. 96 per cunt: chemistry, 94 per cent: nnii physics, 83 per cent. He at- tends school at Raymond. COUNTRY NEWS These Are Ttie lethbtidge Herald Correspondents in Your Area BLACKIi: MRS. MARGARET MQNI60MCRY P.O. Bor 14B CRANBROOK NANCY MllFS J04 5lh 51. S, ETZIKOM MRS. THEh'LA EHNES Gen. Del. FOREMOST GEOFF. 1AGG.......................... Box 381 FAITH MRS. TIlbKLA EHNES.................... Con. Dal. Contact Ihoie peopta for your DUtrict Ntwi or Clauifloil Advirllilna eOTH WEDDING DAY Mr. and Mn. Frank J. Brown of Spring Coulee recently celebrated their oOlh wedding anniversary at a calling tea in the Spring Coulee Mem- orial Hall. Ninety-six guests attended. They tame bans {rom Illinois. Thoy hove 16 grandchildren ond 20 great Grandchildren, Four doughlom ora married, Onn yon is dncensod, _, of CANADA LIMITED Smith's Color TV Appliances WIN THE MAJOR APPLIANCE OF YOUR CHOICE (3 Major Winners) Or one of our many other valuable prizes. Just draw a wooden nickle to be a winner. NOTHING TO BUY Tha Brougham 15.2 cu. ft. capacity No Frost Ever 13 Cubic Foot Capacity No Frost Ever Whatever the Fabric You can trust it to the ultimate in Laundry Equipment: fluffy towels, permanent press, delicate fabrics, crisp cottons and wool- ens, even throw rugs submit peacefully wilh The washer and dryer pair does it all, jusl Ihe way it should be done, automatically. Set yourself free Kelvinator Boasls New "Mini te I Maxi" chest and upright freezerl. 12.4 cubic foot capacity Kelvinator Ranges- Make meal planning a joy regardless of whether it's a deluxe cooking cen- tre or n modes! budget model. of CANADA LIMITED J..... "Cr ii" dishwasher hcmdle u 14 table 5eHing. There is nft ifiri to prtHrinse witli a Kelvinator riishwasher, cooked-ort egg, poa- nul bul-tcr nnd muslard come right off! There h no messy to clean, toft leftovers are liquified nnrf flushed down tho drain. MS 13th 5l. N- LETHBRIDGE Phono 328-6964 OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY TILL 9 P.M. 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