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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 25, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Thundoy, January 11, 1973 THE LETHBP.IDGE HtSALD 3 PINCHER CREEK (Special) The Chinook Health Unit will conduct the following well- baby clinics. LUNDBRECK: Thursday, Feb. I, Anglican Parish Hall, to p.m. CLARESHOLM: Feb. 1, elementary school, to p.m. FORT .UACLEOD: Tuesday. Feb. 6. Health Unit Office, to p.m. PINCHER CREEK: Wednes- day. Feb. 7. Health Unit Office. 10-30 to a.m. and lo p.m. BLAIRMORE: Thursday. Feb. 8. Health Unit Office. to a.m. and to p.m. HILLCREST: Friday. Feb. 9. Credit Union Office, to a.m. BELLEVUE: Friday. Feb. 9. Town Hall. to p.m. STAVELY: Monday, Feb. 12. Elementary School, to p.m. COLEMAN': Tuesday. Feb. 13, United Church Hall. lo a.m. and to p.m. PINCHER CREEK: Wednes- day. Feb. 14. Health Unit. Of- fice, lo a.m. and 1-30 to P.m. Fantin named mayor Pupils turtle some first class stories Ninety-four pupils in Iron Springs schools, St. Calh- erine's and Dorothy Dalgleish, eniered essays in a re- cenl conSeit. Winning were written by, from !efi, Terstsg, Kalhy Bsrgen-Howogoueen, Cindy Von- dendool and Brian Tanunga. Each received a book from Ins Picture Butte Public Library. 5. P. Johnson Photo. Contractors ordered to speed play complex Willow Creek Beavers elect Mrs, C, GRAXUM (HN'Si Mrs. C. Mrs. E. Ensminger: hostess Wesley recently was elected convener. (CNP Bureaul Councillor Ernie Fantin ha? I been aDpointed mayor of Blair- more to comple'e the uneipired i term of office of Mayor George I Wait. I He resigned the position due to being transferred. Mr. Wait, an employee of West Coast Transmission, has been transferred to Fort Si. John where he will assume supervisory duties. No pay loss NATAL i Trustees o; the Ferrje school district, de- rided a teacher be paid for the time spent in Victoria having dental work done. Principal W. Kovalevicb who said the teacher speads. much time helping pupils, in extra- Wednes- day. Feb. II. Health Unit Of- fice. to a.m. and to p.m. GRAXVM: Friday. Feb. :s. elementary school. 1.30 to 3.30 p.m. NATAL At the re- til that the provincial govern-' er Resources Limited indicsl- president of tbe WiBoi- Creek T h T eent meelin? "le District of me-t prooosa! for grants for ing that the company was pre- Beavers at a meeting held et i n u r saa.. council, the lawyer arenas win come before t h e pared to help with the emer- legislature when it siLs later in ject was authorized to present the month. Council would be an ultiraatium to various con- further advised i; its anplica- lion for a grant is accepted the 'cdtiature deals vith t'v proposal. T'--? problem of rneLnten- a.-.c? of street lights came up ciDal cre-.r to do the work, arsin for discussion when s The municipal rierk reported letter was received from Kais- to counril ihst all nf the re- lots in the institutional upper Sparwood have Feb. 15. elementary school. fhe recreatitvn mntv.K pro- to p.m. FORT MACLEOD: Tuesday. Feb. Health Unit Office. to p.m. FLNCHZIl CREEK: tractors involved with Lhe ccn- stmcierj cf the community hail portion. Get sufficient TTien on the job to have it finished Feb. 1 or eo-jru-il Till have the work corn- rileted by others, council or- dered. Costs exceeding the con- tract amounts will be recovered from ir.e contractors if drastic steps are required. earner committed use cf the building to the rec- reation commission by Feb. 1 at the latest and council intends to have the building ready for events scheduled by the 'com- mission. Council also discussed the contract for the rernair.der n'. the bui'.cmg cor.ip'ex and ir- ervisirjg firm to "pu! pressirs" on prime for comp'etion of the bui'c-hs. To make :he community hall gencies but was not prepared lo conduct regular maintenance on_the lights."'cil asked the municipal c'erk lo inves'dEa'e sources of suppiy fnr used equipment would erable the m-jri- the home of M. Hoge. officers: vies pres- Mrs. C. Hytoop: secre- Mrs. G. Cisa-: treasurer. M. Hogc: sick committee. Mrs. J. Kroetsch: cumcular activities at the comrnitee. Mrs. H. Hoge school, and Mrs. S. Ever; library com- Kis was a special case, re- mittee. Mrs. C. Hyl-.oop, quiring four ho-Lirs in the den- Attendance prizes were given tist's chaiv for two consecutive provsl before the cor.iracis TABER Chamber full of Fort Macleod in its efforts lo have Queen Elizabeth visit the home of Lhe RNWMP L'is TTie Taber of dues to the Car.sdiEn of Commerce has and Alherta Chambers of Corn- support to the To'.vn rr-erce. and to the ari.i C o e n tion of Southern Aiherta in the amounts of 530. S39 and SIW. and past grand chief Ethel Past chief is now Anna Exttsrh: most esceiient chiiei is Margaret Johnson: excellent ser.tor. Elsie Wilson: excellent junior. Kose Lant: manager. M.vy Habeas: secreta-', Helen Hopkins: treasurer, .Airr.a Flo-jgh c a d: rrirector. B e r o 1 e 11 i: rjard> Kc-.-ach and pianist. EvehT Hor'-tLns. Koughead p r e s e n t ed ?''rs. Bodisch with a past chief's pin and Mrs. present- Diseuss projects CARMANG.4Y fKNS of the Little Bow Comm-j- r.ity Club met recently in the and discussed tor the coming yesr. Jr.n. on ilie will be belci s! Champior. and Feb. 6 they w.'j meet Carmangay. Helen Hopkins received a gift T ser- O for three years secretarial vice. Mrs. Evelyn was honored for her senices as pi- anist fi remen Taber chanijjer has plau of irivoh emeiit -HNf> me annual meeting of the Carmar- eay Fire Association DaJe Oark president. vice-president is Lawrence Eodie, secretary treasurer Lloyd Anderson: fire chief Bern and fire chief. George Johnson. Captsins are .Aiian Eglanc and Ron Svsnes. east district: Wss Greer. west: and Dave Hubka. Len Fraser and Heary Braun. Directors are Bill TABER i'KNS' For in- creased invo'r. ement of its members, the Taber Chamber o! Commerce will meet st Dale Clark and Lloyd Annable a.m. the first Thursdav of each wsft. Jem's Bronwnell. Ron Cass' Family Hes- Si-snes End Lloyd Anderson, east: and Lawrence Bodie. Len month tsuram. The first such meeting will be held ThLrsdsy. Feiv Friday. Fcb -Jie annual banquet will be he'd in con- junction v.-ith the third annual sucar festival. and Dave Hubka. the C: Fire Chid berg asks for Lhe copper; of everyone concerned in fire association disL-ict. Holyk of Colemaa. Assistant co- be signed and the work under- oroiiKtors ue Bait for Eellevue-Hillcrest Maple Leal. Council gave sanction to the A. Williams. Elairmore. and Council actions of E committee in pur- Mrs. K. Parks. Coleman and chasing a new grader for Spar- surrounding Improv'ement Dis- wood, trici No. Anyone needing officers minor renairs n-.ay Lhe co-ordinators. A letter was received from telephone deputy provincial secretary Laurie Wallace advistng coun- Croicsnest Pass Bureau CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon DECOUX, Resident Rsp., Bloirfnere Phone S62-5K9 A vote of commendation ivas approved for the department nf highways following the call for tenders for the rebuilding of Highway 3 from Medicine Hat lo Seven Persons. Chamber members hope the work wiil progress next year .77 7 nest from Seven Persons acd that the interchange and exit from Medicine Hat will be im- proved. The Feb. S agricultural short course being staged hv the local district agriculturist's of- fice will receive financial sup- por; from Lhe chamber. The afte-noon session at the cc-ttrse vill concern home im- provement ajid decoration Approval was gi'. en tor pa> I FORT Mountain Rebokah Itxice officers were in.itcVed at s special session by Mrs. Mjirie and Mrs. Barbara Nel- son, disiric; president ard both of Clares- Officer? are: Mrs. ir.e The Easy Choice. Mrs. Hanie: Purdy. secretary. Mrs. -Ajvi l corctng secretar rert. Ecrnice fbanral arsOT. "f1- rs. EV.on Mrs. The smooth taste _ of quality that is unmistakably Seagram's. M nor hockey BUI Eodror. FIVE STAR v CANADIAN RYB VVHISKY L I VMS UlBTle w A TTHLOO. m T A mo. DA Mrs Elba Packhatn. mufician Joyce Gundetvn. chaplain. Sttpvorters of the nob'e grands are Mrs. Marlere lonoy. Mrs. Edilh Chester.. Mrs. Shirley Beck and Mrs. Abifih Conner. Guardians are Mrs. V i o 1 a Cos and Mrs. Foggy Pinske. _> Millie Bennett is decree L "ThTjunior past noble at 91 Ne'.lio Mordcn. Given a ;s-ycar jewel und rui. WARNER (HNS11 Mr. ar.d Other io-.ix-ls wer.l to Mf. Mrs. Jack Morton rrccat'.y hc'.d I'diu -fi c.irs open house to honor George Mrs. Day. 35 years. Mrs. Morton o-.-, the occasion of his .'osic Br.rr aV.d Mrs. Harrtei 91s: Intti'. C5 years. Many fricncis and relatives A social hour "concluded the attended during Ihe sftc; noon r.r.j evcnirc. Back minor hockey r occepls a dom EAS S. P. Johnson pho'o. Seagram's FIVE STAR Canada's largest-selling rye whisky. Jed nnJ I-; Josrr-h St.iE' A T i GIBBS REALTY Barons Phono 757-3820 SECTION All farmnd-3 milflt Enil 1 43 groin ryt geod pioducer. orn bofh priced lower ffian you COUNTRY NEWS These Are The Utlibrukje Herald Correspondents in Your Area CLARESHOIM PAW ANDUSEN rO COUTT5 MRS. ALICI HACM CtMrnl COALDAIE MRS. 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