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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 2, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, July 7, 1971 - THE LETHBRIDCE HERALD - 3 THRILLING TO CLICKETY-CLACK OF THE DOODLEBUG-Miss Elaine Sorgard's Grade 2 class leaves the CPR dayliner after a ride from Lethbridge to Nobleford. For most of the pupils it was the first train ride and "the thrill that comes once in a lifetime." Helping the Nobleford children are Mrs. John (Coby) Hummell, Mrs. Andrew Brezila and Mrs. Joe (Annie) Ficiur. -Lucinda Luchia Photo. Abby Desjardins elected KC deputy grand knight NATAL (HNS) - Father Anthony 0M1 Council, Knights of Columbus elected by acclamation: grand knight, Abby Desjardins; deputy grand knight, Anthony Melon; chancellor, Henry Gauthier; and recorder, John Dsejardins. The treasurer is Bruno Bev-ilacqua; advocate, Pete Le-tasy; warden, Charlie An- selmo; outside guard, Cliff Hrdlicka; inside guard, Joe Pires; and trustees are John Desjardins, Pete Letasy and Andy Lata. Chaplain of Die council is Rev. Leslie Trainer and Silvio Fornasier is the secretary-treasurer. The annual installation of officers will be held in August. Arrangements were also completed to enter a float in the S'parwood Canada Day parade July 1 in a joint undertaking with the Catholic Women's League. Council members also decided to take over the running of bingo games to be staged on the grounds during the celebration. Beth Harty wins pony COUTTS (HNS) - A crowd was on hand to view the 4H Light Horse Club gymkhana events which were a part of the Coutts Day celebrations. Leading the grand entry were the 4H flag-bearers, 4H members and contestants. The local fire department donated the use of their fire and rescue unit for the public address system. Trap, small bore trials Sunday at Oldman club PINCHER CREEK (Special) - The first of the trials in preparation for the Summer Games at Claresholm will be the trap and small bore trials. These will be held Sunday, July 4, from 1 to 5 p.m. at the Oldman River Gun Club. Jim Dejax of Cowley is in cfiarge, phone 628-3881. In the small bore section a shooter may compete in two events. The rules are by the Shooting Federation of Canada Sporting Rifle. There are two age groups, 17 years and under, and 18 years and over. In trap shooting, all shooters Ellie Niebor to train in England NOBLEFORD (Special) - Miss Ellie Nieboer is visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jene Nieboer, for the summer. She graduated from Trinity Christian College with a BA, majoring in sociology. She has completed two years of nurses training at the West Suburban Hospital School of Nursing at Oak Park 111. She will complete her third year of nursing in a hospital in England. Miss Nieboer graduated from Noble Central High in 1965. DINNER PARTY NOBLEFORD (Special) -Mr. and Mrs. Paul Goldade recently entertained with a dinner party for Mr. and Mrs. Phil Gaffney who will be leaving the community shortly. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Mechanic Capitol Furniture Bldg. ��PHONE 328-7684M are eligible for one award. There are the.following events: Class A - score of 95 and over; Class B - Score of 91 to 95 Class C - score of 90 and under. Franz Koci students show art PINCHER CREEK (Special) - An exhibit of art will be shown in the Municipal Building, from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m Saturday, July 2 and 3. This is a culmination of work done by classes under the direction of Franz J. Koci. The public is cordially invited to view this display. There will be no charge. The pony, with saddle and bridle, was won by Beth Harty of Milk River. A complete list of winners follows. Open Barrel Race Linda Toth (trophy) Milk River; Leslie Franks, Warner; and Chris Montgomery, Sunburst, Mont. Junior Barrel Race Laurie Furlong, Coutts (trophy); Leslie Franks; and Darcy Blanchl, Coutts. Pole Bending Linda Toth (trophy); Leslie Franks; and Holly Berringer, Milk River. Musical Tires Laurie Furlong, (trophy); Fred Furlong, Coutts; Linda Christie, Lethbridge. Rescue Race Fred Furlong, Shana Jaffary, Coutts; Joetta Swanson, Chris Montgomery; and Linda Christie, Betty Pittman. Rope Race Chris Montgomery (trophy); Fred Furlong; and Joetta Swanson, Sun burst, Mont. Sack Race Laurie Furlong; Fred Furlong; and Joette Swanson. f Di< �tricH New V ,96' J r*ST ^ in Ht Housing probe CLARESHOLM (HNS) - Claresholm town council recently passed a motion by Wil-lard Henker to request the Alberta Housing Corporation to conduct a survey for public housing within the town. There will be no cost to the town for this service, council was told by Mayor Ernie Patterson. A court of appeal of business tax assessments will be held Tuesday, July 6, at 7:30 p.m. at the town council chambers. Social director PICTURE BUTTE (HNS) - Miss Debbie Mcllroy of Picture Butte recently left for Toronto where she will be employed for the summer as social director of the Delmonte in the Pines summer resort. This fall she will continue studying recreation administration at the University of Alberta. Chala elected NATAL (HNS) - Paul Chala was re-elected recording-secretary of Michel local, United Mine Workers of America. His opponent was Ed Dasc. A total of 509 votes were cast with the winner receiving 304 votes as compared to 196 votes for Mr. Dase. Nine ballots were spoiled. Probes figure CLARESHOLM (HNS) -Councillor Art Grant received council's permission to "investigate the figure of $97,196 which appeared in the, general revenue balance sheet on the financial statement as being due from general capital fund." Mr. Grant had promised to "make an in-depth study of the financial situation of the town" when he spoke at an election forum before he was elected. Farewell party COUTTS (HNS) - Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Law and family were honored recently at a farewell party held in the Coutts LDS recreation hall. A crowd was in attendance to enjoy a supper and a program of songs, skits and music. They will move to their farm home near Magrath. Feted by UCW MILK RIVER - United Church Women of St. Paul's United Church recently feted Mrs. Dave Hewlett and Mrs. Russell Walker, both leaving town to reside at Calgary. They each received ceramic pieces made here by Marg Drew. The women ate supper and held contests. Pianist Jean Schmitt accompanied group singing. Drafting grad NOBLEFORD (Special) - Robert Vander Woude, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Vander Woude, recently was among the drafting graduates of the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology. He is employed by the department of mines,and minerals in Edmonton. He graduated from Noble Central High in 1968. For mobile homes CLARESHOLM (HNS) -Town council passed a motion to authorize the town secretary to prepare a bylaw permitting the movement of mobile homes through and within town limits. Without such a bylaw a special permit would have to be drawn up to allow the 12-foot wide and up to 85 - foot trailers to use town streets. Land for lane CLARESHOLM (HNS) -Town council has passed a bylaw to expropriate two - tenths of an acre of land owned by Emmelt S. Matson of Hanna and located in a block of land in the northwest part of town which is designated as residential. The expropriated land will be used for a lane and a utility right-of-way. Johnson Bros. Sawmill provides dock for lmpeesa COWLEY (HNS) - Through the generosity of Johnson Bros. Sawmill here, Camp lmpeesa will, have a floating dock this summer. Ernie Holberton is Camp lmpeesa chairman; Buck Geldert is in charge of waterfront operation; Bob Jenkins is Scout executive. The camp staff recently com- pleted construction of the dock. All ready but for paint, it will soon hit the water. CARPET and LINO (Complete Installations!) Free Estimates! No Obligation! PHONE 327-8578 CAPITOL FURNITURE "The Carpet House of the South" The End of The Old Law -A New Covenant! You are invited to attend a series of bible studies that will deal with the. Bible and what it says.  Are you tired of denominational creeds?  Are you tired of doctrines of men? Lets put away the Creed Books of Man and go back to the Bible. FREE TO ALL 7:30 EACH FRIDAY - CIVIC CENTRE PHONE 328-5781 ROOM 4 nterprise * m (Designed and Produced In Canada "j| Since 1872) GAS STOVE jffy$ 34" Range, rich walnut woodgraln bacV-guard - with Incandescent lamp'. �a  Big simmer top burners.  Coek/hold oven timer.  Recesed non-drip cook lop. S?3 �^  Minute minder. & GAS is more Economical and Safer. 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