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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 2, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 4bby Desjardins elected KC deputy grand knight NATAL HNS Father An hony OMI Knights of Columbus elected by acclama ion grand Abby Des ardins deputy grand Anthony Melon Icnry Gauthier and John Tho treasurer is Bruno Bev lacqua Pete Le asy Charlie An THRILUNQ TO CLICKETYCIACK OF THE DOODlEBUGMiss Elaine Sorgards Grade 2 class leaves the CPR dayliner after a ride from Lethbridge to For most of the pupils it wos the first train ride and the thrill that comes once in a Helping the Nobleford children are John Coby Humme Joe Annie Andrew Brezila and Luchia 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 tile Coutts Day Leading the grand entry were the 4H 4H members and The local fire department do nated the use of their fire and rescue unit for the public ad dress small bore trials Sunday at Oldman club PINCHER CREEK Special The first of the trials in pre paration for the Summer Games at Claresholm will be the trap and small bore These will be held July from 1 to 5 at the Oldman River Gun Jim Dejax of Cowley is in phone In the small bore section a shooter may compete in two The rules are by the Shooting Federation of Canada Sporting There are two age 17 years and un and 18 years and In trap all shooters Ellie Niebor to train iu England NOBLEFORD Special Miss Ellie Nieboer is visiting at the home of her and Jene for the She graduated from Trinity Christian College with a majoring in She has completed two years of nurses training at the West Suburban Hospital School of Nursing at Oak Park She will complete her third year of nursing in a hospital in Eng Miss Nieboer graduated from Noble Central High in DINNER PARTY NOBLEFORD Special and Paul Goldade re cently entertained with a din ner party for and Phil Gaffney who will be leaving the community QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Denial Mechanic Capital Furniture PHONE 3287684M are eligible for one 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 Franz Kocl students show art PINCHER CREEK Special An exhibit of art will be shown in the Municipal Build from 11 to 9 Friday and 11 to 5 July 2 and This is a culmination of work done by classes under the di rection of Franz The public is cordially in vited to view this There will be no Tennis courts site chosen CLARESHOLM HNS Town council has chosen Gen tenial Park as the site for two regulationsize tennis courts which are needed for the South ern Alberta Summer Games to be held here in Council has awarded the 1971 paving contract to Southern lowest Work is expected to begin early in July on a number of streets in the residential dis Farewell Party NOBLEFORD HNS A number of Nobleford friends of Stanislsw and Stanislaw attended the farewell party at the Barons Hall re AMPLIFIERS Sound of the Pro Rebel 90 Priced at Only LEAD AMP Amazing projeclion and ef fect for a modest The really Now color scream ing highs to wild heavy and solid FEATURES lheavy duty 12 speak high velocity Builtin fuzz Iremelo Treble biost and neon Full extension treble and bass On controls and twitches on front Speakers housed in tially open enclosure for further treble 100 peak music Excusive lifetime warranty to original Made by Musicians for Musicians ON DISPLAY AT LEISTERS MUSIC EVERYTHING FOR THE MUSIC IOVER Paramount Thealro Building The with saddle am was won by Beth Harty of Milk A complete list of winners fol Open Barret Race Linda Toth trophy Milk Rlvei Leslie and Chris lunior Barrel Race Laurie Coutls trophy Franks and Darcy Bianchl oie Bending Linda Toth Leslie Franks and Holly Milk Musical Tires Laurie Fred Fur Coutts Linda Leth Rescue Raen Fred Shane Jaffarv Coutts Joetfe Chris Mont ornery and Linda Bell1 Rope Race Chris Montgomery Fret urlong and Joette Sun Sack Race Laurie Furlong Fred Furlong 8m Joette Dollar Bill Race Winner take all Shane Jaftary Novelty Race Winner take all Holly Dick Hofmaii fractures leg playing soccer NOBLEFORD Special Wayne son of am Dick is currently a patient in Michaels Hos He his right leg during a schoo soccer Lease 40 acres CLARBSHOLM HNS Council agreed to lease abou 40 acres of the industrial sub division to Ed Bakos providin the land be summerfallowec the area seeded to grass witt a nurse crop of The town will provide the grass July 1971 THF LETHBRIDGI HERMD 3 selmo oulsidc Cliff Hrdlicka inside Joe Pires and Iruslecs are John Pete Letasy and Andy Chaplain of the council is Leslie Trainer and Silvio Fomasier is the secretarytrea The annual installation of of ficers will be held in Arrangements were also completed to enter a float in the Sparwood Canada Day pa rade July 1 in a joint under taking with the Catholic Wom ens j Council members also de1 cidcd to take o er the running of bingo games to be staged on the grounds during the celebra STUDY FRENCH FOR SIX WEEKS Picture Butte High School French teacher Mary chats with students Wesley Denyse Chartier ond Greg Gib They will study French at Lawrence operated in conjuction with Laval Quebec For the nex six weeks the trio will live with French They received Johnson Trio attends WI parley By PEARL LIEBELT I Herald News Service WARNER Stromsmoe and Miss Troidl of the Warner Wo mens Institute attended the AWI provincial biennial confer ence held at Alexander of Cay president of the pre and Albert WI was the hostess There were 155 voting dele gates in Theme for the conference was New Era New Greetings from the govern ment were read by Ethel Wilson University of Alberta by Kreisel city council by Evans FWIC by presi dent Fulton of Mani Alexander reported the Farm Womens week will be held at Olds 2 to and at Fairview July 12 to National convention will be held at the Banff School of Fine Arts June 18 to Triennial conference will be held at this sum provincial said there are five districts with 34 constituencies and more than WI mem bers in A life membership was pre sented to past president of the The AWI bursary has be come a scholarship awarded for business Angus Ridge WI won first on its scrapbook Vera won first for her short story and poetry competition Albert WI won the handi craft shield with the highest average Taber came sec ond with Warner had Gibb of Taber won first in the AWI patchwork quiit Hutchinson of Warner won third in District 4 J and P Coats There was a total of 467 en tries from 53 A tote bag made of Mac the art of knotting origi nated in will be the handicraft entry for the Tweedsmuir The districts held separate Habersfield of Langdon has been chosen as District 4 director to replace Holland now Shields who has served her four year term as District 4 A 10year service pin was presented to Holland There are six 34 branches and 525 members in District The girls clubs report was given by the provincial Harrop oi Peace There are 400 members in 23 clubs through out the The chairman of standing committees held all informa tive panel discussion on pro gram president of the Federated Women of Can ada spoke to the The essence of her talk was An impressive memorial ser vice was presented in the af ternoon in memory of Cassels a member of the War ner was among past presl presided at the installa tion of officers for the next two year term M Cayley 1st vice Red Deer Oxtoby Olds and G Nancy Millar of R e spoke on proposals for the future of education in Al proposals of the Worth Housing probe CLARESHOLM HNS town council re cently passed a motion by Wil lard Henker to request the Al berta Housing Corporation to conduct a survey for public housing within the There will be no cost to the town for this council was told by Mayor Ernie Pat A court of appeal of business tax assessments will be held July at at the town council Social director PICTURE BUTTE HNS Miss Debbie Mcllroy of Pic ture Butte recently loft for To ronto where she will be em ployed for the summer as so cial director of the Delmonte in the Pines summer rerai This fall she will continue studying recreation administra tion at the University of Al Chalet elected NATAL HNS Paul Chala was reelected recordingsecre tary of Michel United Mine Workers of His opponent was Ed A total of 509 voles were cast with the winner receiving 3M votes as compared lo 196 votes for Nine ballots were Probes figure CLARESHOLM HNS Councillor Art Grant received councils permission io inves tigate the figure of which appeared in Ihq general revenue balance sheet on the financial statement as being due from general capital Grant had promised to make an indepth study of the financial situation of the town when he spoke at an election forum before he was Farewell party COUTTS HNS and Lawrence Law and family were honored recently at a farewell party held in the Coutts LDS recreation A crowd was in attendance to enjoy a supper and a pro gram of skits and mu They will move to their farm home near Feted by UCW MILK RIVER United Church Women of Pauls United Church recently feted Dave Hewlett and Russell both leaving town to reside at They each received ceramic pieces made here by Marg Tire women ale supper and held Pianist Jean Schmiti accompanied group Drafting grad NOBLEFORD Special Robert Vandcr son of and Vander recently was among the draft ing graduates of the Northern Alberta Institute of He is employed by the de partment of mincr nls in Ho graduated from Noblo Central High in 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 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 Land for lane CLARESHOLM HNS Town council has passed a by law to expropriate two tenths of an acre of land owned by Emmett Matson of Hanna and located in a block of land in the northwest part of town which is designated as residen The expropriated land will be used for a lane and a utility Johnson Sawmill provides dock for Inipecs COWLEY HNS Through the generosity of Johnson Sawmill Camp Impeesa will have a floating dock this Ernie Holberton is Camp Im peesa chairman Buck Geldert is in charge of waterfront op eration Bob Jenkins is Scout The camp staff recently com pleted construction of the i All rendy but for it will j soon hit the CARPET and UNO Complete Installations Free Estimates No Obligation PHONE 3278578 CAPITOL FURNITURE Tha Carpet Housa of the South The End of The Old Law A Naw Covenant You OTR invited to attend n sciics o bible sturJics Mial deal with Bible and what it Ars you tired of denominational creeds 9 Are you tired of doclrjnci of men Lets put away tho Creed Books of Man and go back to iho FREE TO ALL EACH FRIDAY CIVIC CENTRE ROOM PHONE 3285781 Designed and Produced In Canada Since 1872 GAS STOVE 24 rich walnut woodgratn bocV guard with Incandescent Big simmer top oven Racesed nondrip cook GAS ii 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