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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 2, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Tliuriday, July 5, 1970 THf ItTHBRIDGE HMAtD S Child Clinics Scheduled COALDALE (HNS) Infant and preschool clinics are scheduled by the 'Barons-Eu- reka Health Unit as follows: COALHURST Tuesday, July 7, in the Royal Canadian Legion Hall from to p.m. TABER Tuesday, July 7, in the Health Unit Office in the Administration Build ing, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. NOBLEFORD Wednesday, July 8, in the school from in p.m. V A U XHALL Wednesday, July 8, in the L. B. Thomson School from 10 a.m. to 1Z noon and 1 to 3 p.m. COALDALE Thursday, July 9, in the Health Unit Of- fice (upstairs in the Town Office Building) from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. TABER Thursday, July 9, in the Health Unit Office in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. SHAUGHNESSY Friday, July 10, in the school from to p.m. Red Hot Lover WASHINGTON (AP) An amateur entomologist has re- ported the discovery of a rare Latin American insect that stages a pyrotechnic display when it makes love. Darwin L. Tiemann of China Lake, Calif., said the railroad worm's head glows a fiery red and greenish- yellow lights flash from both sides of its body. GRADUATES GATHER Noble Central School grad- uates gather at the recent graduation banquet. Principal Max Pharis introduced, back row, left to rights Lucas Hummel, Jim Harrington, Landy Esau, David Postman, -De Jourdan Photo. Randy Mclntosh, Jim Koetse, David DeJong and Tom Rogers; front row, from left: Moira-Day Noble, Susan Urvold, Merle McCurrach, Ruth VanderWoude, Diane Erickson, Rosemarie Wiand, Yick-Lynn Stoller. Raymond Event Termed Success RAYMOND (HNS) Wind blew storm clouds away and cowboys stormed into town July 1. ____ WHY HARMFUL TENSION MAKES YOU SICK Why do we get sick? Why do we die? The most reasonable explanation yet comes .from Dr. Hans Selye, director of the University of Montreal's Institute of Experimental Me- dicine and Surgery. He says, "A motor car doesn't suddenly cease running because of old. age. It stops because of some failure of some part that has worn out. It is the same with people. Under continuous stress cither physical or mental some vital part gives away, leading to a variety of illnesses, and eventually A fea- ture article in. July Reader's Digest tells about different types stress, and what can bo done to minimize their ill effects. It shows how to cope with destructive emotions, how you could sleep better, work better and even live longer. Get -your July Reader's Digest todayl It turned out to be the very opposite though and the Ray- mond Parade and Stampede couldn't have had a nicer day. With the day being so teauti- ful and all, a good turn out gathered around the old chutes and settled in the stands to watch tire cowboys do their stuff. Reg Kssler provided the stock and also directed the Stampede events with great success. Al- though he provided some hard rocking stock and most the cowboys being roughed-up, no one was seriously injured. Saddle Bronc Riding: 1. Bill Phil- lips, Roy, Montana; 2. John Hollman, Wyoming; 3. Jim Smith, Wyoming Bareback Riding: 1. Lary Collins, Wheatland, Wyoming; 2. D.-C. Lunn, Taber. Steer Wrestling: 1. Frank Shepper- son, (3 min. 7 Midwest, Wyom- ing; 2. Walt Underman, (3 min. 8 sec.) Montana; 3. John Wiezesnskl, (4 min. Montana. Calf Roping: 1. Tutor Wattes, Stevenvllle, Texas; 2, Bus Teth, Washington 3. Chip Wltteker, Nebraska. Amateur Saddle Bronc: 1. Jack Duce Granum; 2. Nat Black Rabbit, Card- ston. Boys Steer Ride: 1. Shawn Robert- son, Leihbridge; 2. Jody Devarnecheck Lethbrtdge; 3. Cai Fox, Cardston. Barrel Race: 1. Linda Joe Hatch Augusta, Washington; 2. Darlyn Swanson, Montana; 3. Scotta Pasha, Montana. Wild Horse Race: 1. Ken Wilson, Ray- mond; 2. Buster Brown, Lethbrldge. Anton Groten Toasts Grade 12 Class NOBLE FORD (Special) The annual graduation banquet was held in the Noble Central School recently. Principal Max Pharis intro duced the parents and honored students. The toast to the Grade 12 class was given by Anton Groten with Vicky-Lynn Stoller replying. Mrs. S. Noble brought greet- ings from the village and the county school committee. Mrs. H. Urvold brought greetings from the home and school association. The toast to the parents was given by Tom Rogers with ttie reply by his father, Roddy Rogers. Rosemarie Wiand gave the toast to th; teachers, with Phil Gaffney responding. David DeJong gave the class history. Lori Leister played a clarinet solo with Ruth Neiboer the ac- companist. Class pins were presented by the senior students union. Hans Lisowicz introduced the speaker, Russel Hubbard. A graduation dance con- cluded the memorial evening with the orchestra. His, Hers and Mine in attendance. APPLIANCE CLOSE-OUT SALE! WHY? BECAUSE WE MUST MAKE ROOM FOR THE LARGEST DISPLAY OF STEREOS RADIOS COLOR TVs, BLACK AND WHITE AND RECORDS. So every appliance will be sold Refrigeratori Rangei Dishwashen Vacuum Cleaner! at down to earth low prices. Imagine a 13 eu. ft. FROST FREE Admiral Refrigerator that lists at SELL-OUT PRICE......... 249 MACS STEREO and COLOR W 31S 7th STREET SOUTH PHONE 327-3232 "Serving South Alberia For Over 31 Yean" REED SECTION CONCENTRATES ON AMERICAN PATROL Bandmaster Wins Plaudits By ROSS GIBB Herald News Sen-ice TABER A band concert in. Confederation Park here was the occasion for special rec- ognition of bandmaster N. Mil- ton Iverson and the W. R. Myers High School Symphonic Band which won acclaim at the 1968 and 1970 Moose Jaw Inter- national Band Festival. It was sponsored by the lo- cal- Lions and Kiwanis clubs and the Taber Chamber of Commerce. Kenneth McDonald was pro- gram chairman. Mr. McDonald told 400 at- tending events in the commu- nity took a turn for the belter in 1965 because it was then that Milt Iverson took up residence here. "Since then our music pro- gram as directed by Mr. Iver- son has grown and developed by leaps and bounds." Two years later a new band room at the school proved to be inadequate. Today the school boasts three bands, 83- piece symphonic, 70-piece con- cert, and 45-piece Grade 7 bands. In giving his official welcome and congratulations, Mayor Ar- thur H. Avery noted that mu- sic as a universal language could help bring the peoples of the world closer together. Greetings from trie Lions and Kiwanis clubs were brouglst by Bill Maier and Lawrence Barany. Mr. Barany, Kiwanis president, recalled the club's keen interest in music, having sponsored the district music festival for the past 10 years. Following the concert, Cham- ber of Commerce president Lawrence N. Campbell per- sonally congratulated each band member and presented each with a small trophy. The two service clubs served refreshments. for the occasion was Mr. Iverson's mother from Minnesota. KINDERGARTEN NOBLE FORD (Special) Kindergarten classes were held in the Noble Central School for 26 beginners recently. PItACTISI! The Canadian Red Cross So- ciety suggests that only over- head casts should bo employed when fishing is practised from boats. Richardsoiis Hold Open House To Mark 25th Wedding Dale IRON SPRINGS (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Richardson held open house at their home recently on Ihc occasion of their 25th wedding anniversary. Tte table was centred with a wedding cako wliich resembled an open book and scrviteurs in- cluded Mrs. C. S. Flcxhaug of Taber, Miss Peggy Ann Rich- ardson of Fort Macleod a n d Mrc. J. Van Den Broeke of Iron Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Richardson re- ceived many gifts and were presented with a 12-place set- ling of chinawarc by tire peo- ple of the. Iron Springs Com- munity, the presentations being made by E. II. Rcitcr. Guests for the occasion in- cluded their son in law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. Forbes and son D'Arcy of Ter- race. B.C. and 140 guests from Taber, Raymond, Hays, Fort Macleod, Lcthbridgc and Iron Springs. Ladies' Carual or Dress Shoes Sling-back .styling. White only. Sizes 6 to B width. Reg. Woolco Price 8.97. SALE Ladies' White Mesh Dress Shoes Sling-back styling. Sizes 5'A to 8'A B widths. Reg. Woolco Price 8.97. SAIE .17 Ladies7 Casual Pumps ig. Whiti Mi. 7.97 Criss-cross strap styling. White only. Sizes 7 to B width. Reg. Wooleo Price 9.97. SALE Ladies' Pumps Open strap buckle style. White only. Sizes 5Vi to 9. B width. Reg. Woolco Price 8.97. SALE Ladies7 Dress Pumps White or Beige. AA and B widths. Sizes 5 to 10. Reg. Woolco Price 9.97. SALE 7.97 Ladies7 Dress Shoes Peau de soie and satin sling and closed heel styles. White only. AA and B widths. Sizes to 10. Reg. Woolco Price 8.97. SALE 7.17 FREE DYING Summer Sale' Is o total Woolco effort to bring you a month of outstanding values. Specially picked, specially priced to suit your family budget. Open Monday and Tuesday a.m. to p.m.; Wednesday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.) Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Saturday 8 a.m. io 6 p.m. College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Driv.e Adams SILVER FIZZ HI LONDON ;reat- tasting distilled remembe Enjoy it again ;