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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 2, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Thuriday, July 1, WO THE IETHBR1DGE HERAID u. 3 Sox Whips Cardinals In Thriller GRANUM (HNS) Recently the Granum Little League com- pleted its final ball game of the season. There was a very ex- citing finish.____ At the end of reguIatioiTtime the score was 10-10. An extra inning had to be played to de- cide the winner. The game end- ed 12-il. Johnny Kroelch's Sox whip- ped Bob Allan's Cardinals. The members of the winning team were presented with in- dividual trophies by Bob Allan, with the compliments of the Alberta Treasury Branch. The executive and coaches thanked parents and teachers for their help in a successful year. Special thanks went to the Granum Elks for financial as- sistance. Girls' Clubs Hold Parley IRON SPRINGS District 4 conference of the Al- berta Women's Institute Girls' Clubs was held in the Gas Com- pany Auditorium in Lethbridge recently with a good repre- sentation in attendance from the Warner Jolly Janes and the Lethbridge Northern Busy Boes. District 4 director Judy Iwa- moto welcomed delegates and presented corsages to super- visors Mrs. W. Kirby and Mrs. C. Soice and Mrs. Soice's assis- tant. Lethbridge Northern Busy Bees delegate Cheryl Oga gave the club report for her group which has a membership of 18. Linda Hudson, Judy Iwamoto, Christine Vanden Fleer, Esther Oga and Cheryl Oga competed in the public speaking competi- tion. Winners were members of the Warner Jolly Janes: Marie Pittman, Gail Bigger, and Pam Heppler. The Lethbridge Northern Busy Bees club was named winner of the handicraft cup with 107 points. Miss Judy Iwamoto was rec- ognized for her four years of service in her capacity as dist- rict director. Solos, duets, and choral num- bers were enjoyed. Plan Picnic GRANUM (HNS) The Ladies' Aid of the byterian Church of Jumbo Val- ley held its regular meeting re- cently at the home of Mrs. P. Veenland. Discussions were held con- cerning the church picnic to be held in July and the annual church cleaning. The next meeting will be at home of Mrs. J. Mackin- tosh in August. Honor Julians GRANUM (HNS) The con- gregation of the Granum Unit- ed Church held a farewell eve- ning for Rev. and Mrs. Julian recently. The guests of honor were pre- sented with a lamp and a purse cf money. A program was presented with the following participants: Miss Jean Mohr showed films of her recent trip to New Zea- land and Australia; Miss Doris Daley played' a piano solo; Leann Clark, Elaine Memsing- er and Brenda Wesley sang. Receives Pin NEW DAYTON (HNS) A New Dayton scholar at the Ray- mond High School was honored recently. Kenneth Skeith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Skeith, re- ceived a scholastic pin for at- taining second highest standing in Grade 10. Honor Teacher NEW DAYTON (HNS) Mrs. Howard Peterson w a s honored at a picnic held at Park Lake by the New Dayton School pupils and parents. She is leaving to make her home in Taber after teaching the primary grades for 10 years. Victor Kaupp presented her with a lamp and a set of wall plaques. Swimming, games and a pic- nic lunch were enjoyed by chil- dren, parents and teachers. Twirlers Perform IRON SPRINGS (HNS) Huntsville Twirlers held the first annual revue in the Hunts- ville School auditorium recent- Twenty girls under the di- rection of Mrs. J. Vanden Broeke and her assistant, Mrs. C. W. Richardson, participated. Corsages were presented to Mrs. C. W. Richardson and Mrs. J. Van Den Broeke as a token of appreciation. The group will present twirling, strut routines, and compound strut routines in the Leth- bridge, Coaldale, and Picture Butte parades to be held soon. Family Day NEW DAYTON (HNS) Tlie annual family day of the New Dayton Golf Club was held recently with 100 people in attendance. In spite of the extremely hot weather golf, horseshoes, and baseball were enjoyed by the participants. Hal Cronkhite look first prize in the golf competi- STUDY PLAQUE Morlene, 8, and Greg Miyanaga, 6, of Coquitlam, B.C., look over the plaque proclaiming the official opening of the new townsite of Sparwood. Cunningham and Shannon Ltd., General Contractors, will build a cairn and mount the plaque permanently. Hose Coupling Test Saturday COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) Fire Chief Henry Zak of the Coleman Volunteer Fire Bri- gade has announced plans for the annual hose coupling com- petitions. The big event will be held Saturday, July 4, arid events Knights Back Pool By VERN DECOUX Crowsncst Pass Bureau BLAffiMORE-Grand Knight of St. Joseph the Worker Coun- cil Knights of Columbus Eric Price presented a cheque for the sum of to Hank Row- botham, manager of the Bank of Commerce and chairman of the Crowsnest Pass Swimming Pool Project Committee. Funds were derived from a recent car draw. Another was donated re- cently by the Knights to the same project. In his expression of thanks, Mr. Rowbotham said he hoped other organizations would be inspired by the example of the Knights. Heading the car draw committee were Halo Sartorio and Fern Paquette. The Knights, at their regular meeting, set July 12 for the an- nual picnic. The event, open to Mrs. Noble Marks 75th Birthday IRON SPRINGS Mrs. D. (Gladys) Noble was the guest of honor when 89 friends and relatives from points throughout southern Al- berta gathered to pay tribute to her at a lawn party held at the home of her daughter, Mrs. L. K. Haney, on the occasion of her 75th birthday. was also feted at a fam- ily dinner party held at Leth- bridge. Mrs. Noble is the daughter of pioneer residents, Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Nolan. They came to southern Alberta from the U.S. She has spent most of her He in the Iron Springs com- munity. She has served as se- cretary of the Iron Springs Old- timers Association for 31 years. Very deft with her fingers, Mrs. Noble has always excell- ed in sewing, knitting, and rug- making. She is now residing in Coaldale where she is affec- tionately referred to by many as "Aunt Glad" and her beauti- f u 1 flower gardens delight ev- eryone. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Decoux, Resident Rep., Bfuirmort Phone 562-2149 ICOUNTRY NEWS These Are Herald Correspondents In Your Area CRANUM MRS. ED. CESAR................. General Delivery GRASSY LAKE MRS. MARY TURNBULL General Delivery PICTURE BUTTE S. P. JOHNSON Del. RAYMOND MRS. DELIA WOOIf Gen. Del. TURIN Paulin Juhor Phone 738-4394 Contact these people for your District Newi or Claiiified Advertising all parishioners in the Crows- nest Pass, will be held at Knowles Ranch. Pop and ice cream will be provided and families are re- quested to bring their picnic lunches. Games and entertain- ment are being arranged. CWL Meets WARNER (HNS) The War- ner Catholic Women's League held its meeting at the home of Mrs. M. (Mary) Flexhaug, with co-hostess Mrs. K. (Cath- erine) Stroman. President Mrs. B. (Mary Biggers) welcomed Rev. Bart- ley of Calgary, who is serving as pastor while Rev. C. Boeren is on holidays. A successful year-end picnic was held. A profitable luncheon was served to the WI Conference. Mrs. Julia Pittman intro- duced Mrs. M. (Josephine) Ver- berg of Milk River who spoke on the Use and Abuse of Drugs. Miss Pauline Troidl closed the meeting with a scripture reading. will start at 1 p.m. with a pa- rade of competing fire fighters from points in Alberta, British Columbia and Montana. The parade will form at the firehall and will proceed north to the Elks Hall and then down Main St. east to the school grounds where the competi- tions will be held for both wom- en's and men's teams. A banquet for competing firefighters, their wives and guests will be held at 6 p.m. in the Elks Hall where pre- sentation of trophies will be Draw for the 50 silver dol- lars will be made in the. hall. An evening of dancing will follow. Reunion Held FORT MACLEOD (Special) Willow Creek Park, north of Fort Macleod, was the site cho- sen for the annual reunion of the family of the late Mr. and Mrs. T. S. McLean. There were 56 members present and they came from Lethbridge, Card- ston, Calgary, Edmonton and Fort Macleod. Horseshoes and ball games were played. Coach Helps NOBLE FORD (Special) The Babe Huth team held a successful bake sale and coffee party on coach Frank lawn recently. Recent ball scores: Milo 3, Nobleford 0: Barons 16, Noble- ford 5; Nobleford 3, Barons 0. tion with Tom Cronkhita sec ond. Four Teams Set NEW DAYTON (HNS) In preparation for the summer games to be held at Pincher Creek in August, New Dayton has organized four teams o slow pitch ball. The men- won their firs game against Wrentham am the women defeated Raymond The girls lost their first game against Milk River and the boys have yet to play. Study Dancing FORT MACLEOD (Special There were 64 d a n c e rs (eight squares) at the recenl Banff Square Dance Institute. Attending from Fort Macleot was Mrs. Lillian McLean. Be sides dancing she supplied mu- sic. Sale Succeeds BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) The Blairmore First Lions Cub group announced the re- cent bake sale was successful. Eugene Rojek of Blairrrrore and Frank Capron of Blair- more were winners. Thanks extended to all who sup- ported the cubs in their drive for funds Rev. Yip Speaks FORT MACLEOD (Special) Rev. Paul Yip of Olds spoke at Christ Church, Anglican, on the theme "Go therefore and make disciples of all nations.'' People's Warden, Cpl. B. Dafoe, on behalf of Archdeacon Crowder of Calgary, announced the resident minister, Rev. E. R. Doyle, will leave Sept. 1 to take up duties at St. Augustine's Anglican Church, Lethbridge. A successor to Mr. Doyle will be announced. Noble Central Athletes Honored NOBLE FORD (Special) Noble Central School held its 1970 athletic awards day re- cently. The track and field trophies went to Shirley Sjogren and Bob Rogers as top male and female athletes. The junior girls most valu- able player trophy in basket- ball went to Jane Steenbergen. The junior boys basketball trophy was shared by boys: Duane McCurrach and John Davies. Judy Slyka was the s e n i o r girls most valuable player and Jim Harrington received the trophy for the most valuable senior boys player in basket- ball. Letters for basketball were also awarded to Alina Bakker, L a u r i e-ann Stpller, Caroline Phillips, Jane Steenbergen, Shirley Sjogren, all of the jun- ior girls team; Alex Hann, John Davy, Duane McCurrach, Donald Withage and Tim At- kinson, all of the junior boys basketball team. A special apprecation award was presented to Isabel Hanh for outstanding work with the cheerleading group. More District On Page 5 Busy Bees Show Handicrafts IRON SPRINGS (HNS) The Lethbridge Northern Busy Bees Girls' Club held its an- nual achievement night recent- ly in the Iron Springs United Church. Mrs. T. Nolan, president of the Battersea Women's In- stitute, addressed the group and complimented them on the handicraft achievement for the year. Miss Elizabeth Bartman, dis- trict home economist, attended and showed a travelogue of slides of Holland. Prizes for the junior handi- craft section were won by Christine Van Den Fleer and Esther Oga; intermediate, Cheryl Oga. Mrs. H. M. Haney presented prizes to Annette Versleeg and Cheryl Oga for their art en- tries which will also be enter- ed in the provincial competi- tion to be held at Olds this month. BEFORE YOU BUY CHECK OUR EVERYDAY LOW PRICES A special invitation is extended to everyone in Sparwood and Fernie FOR FREE ESTIMATES CAU. Hamilton's Floor Coverings 909 3rd AVE. S. LTD. PHONE 327-5454 The short story competition was won by Esther Oga and Linda Hudson. Joanne Versteeg placed with her poem. Public speaking competi- tions, senior class, were won by Linda Hudson and Judy Iwamoto; intermediate class, Cheryl Oga; junior class, Es- ther Oga and Christine Van Den Fleer. Prizes for perfect attendance were presented to Christine Van Den Fleer and Linda Hud- son by the supervisor, Mrs. W. Kirby. Shelley Dickout gave the Dis- trict 4 report. Entertainment consisted of vocal selections and pcems. A gift was presented to Mrs. C. Dickout, for her assistance during the past year, and to Shelly Dickout. She is eligible to attend the provincial conven- tion but will be unable to at- tend. Miss Elizabeth Bartman was also presented with a token of appreciation for judging the handicraft. Attending the AWI Girls' Club convention at Olds will be Esther Oga, Cheryl Oga, Chris- tine Van Den Fleer and Janey Vander Linden. A Must for the Beginner A Revelation for the Experienced "Better Ways to Successful Gardening" in WESTERN CANADA by habelle R. 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