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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta SUCCESSFUL TRACK MEET A very successful track and field meet between schools in the Crowsnest School Divsion No. 63 was held recently with the Blairmore Isabelle Sel- lon School taking top honors with points. Runner up was Coleman Horace Allen School with 156 points and the Bellevue M.D. McEachern School with 106 points. Reveiv- Eng top honors in (he events were back row.- Billie Stewart, Rosemarie Painter, Valli Per- essini and Michael Yanota of the Isabelle Sellon School; and kneeling: Wayne Fuchs, left, and Dennis Mercer of Horace Allen School. Vern Oecoux Photo. Library aided by IOOF CLARESHOLM IOOF lodge members W. Roller, Gordon Hamilton Eric Ecken- steen, W. Penn, A. E. Shatford outlined to council its inten- tion with regards' to improve- ments to be made to the li- brary as follows: Install furnace during July; west wall to be covered -in July; will provide paint for re- painting of library; and floor covering to be completed at a later date. Moved by Councillor Grant that council accept the guaran- tee of the IOOF lodge to com- plete the various work as out- lined and council compliments them on the work to be com- pleted. SIMPSONS SEARS Solves Hot Water Problems PRICES START AS IOW AS 89 .98 Call 328-9231 For Fast, Low Cost Installation W. D. (BUCK) GELDERT OF COAtDAlE People's wishes dictate programs Fish pond helps needy children FOREMOST (Special) The Red Cross Youth Group at Foremost School wrapped up the year's activities with a fish pond recently which raised to be sent to the Needy Chil- dren's Fund. The year has been an active one for the group of Grade 4 students under the direction of their home room teacher Mrs. Roy (Irene) WaUman. A candy sale earlier raised a further for the Needy Chil- dren's Fund. A large box of toys was sent by the children at Christmas to the Camsell Hospital in Edmonton. Visits and interviews with lo- cal people of interest have also been a feature of the group. A friendship album of pic- ture of activities in the local area was kept, and this will be sent on an exchange basis to some foreign country. Some 12 health kits were made by the group and filled with articles for children in hospital. Each bag contains toi- let articles, such as soap, tooth- brush and towel, and a toy. These were sent to Red Cross headquarters for distribution hi Alberta hospitals. The group was led hy the ex- ecutive under president Mark VandenBerg. Shirlev Kabaya- ma was secretary, Sharon Wal- ters treasurer and Karen Wal- ters in charge of publicity. Kelly Zielke and Brenda Kol- esar were responsible for the friendship album and the health kit committee consisted of Billy Nicoll and Karlene Proud. Eight Brownies win gold bars By PAUL CI1ALA Herald News Service NATAL Golden bars were golden bars were Kelly DC- Paoli, Lynda Meunier, Cathy Scmcnuk, Melody French, Lor- cnda Pacey, presented at a recent meetjng rjemse of the Sparwood Brownie Pack No. 1. Brownies receiving their Cow riders getting set for event FORT MACLEOD fSpecial) Jim Isberg, secretary o[ the Fort Macleod Stampede As- sociation, has named some of the businessmen entering the new event'. The three-man teams will j received her Golden Hand catch a cow, saddle it and ride across the finish line. The teams are tile Town Toppers with councillors Jim Lievers, Grant Day and rider Mayor Ken Hurlburt; the mi- nor hockey entry, the Goal Getters with Bob Reach, Ken Tillsley and an unnamed man; the Pigarosa Punks feature Art Chilton, Ralph f Slack) O'Sullivan and rider Marcel L em ire; Riotous Hetreaders are Ted Larson, Trev Norlin and Jim Isberg; Concrete Cal- culators are Reg O'Sullivan, Ted Skene and Jim Murphy. Cindy Fergotli, Debby Louis. Proficiency badges in house- keeping were presented to Ver- onica Peebles, Lynda Pisoni, Lynda Marnier, Tracy Travis, Carol McPherson, Shirley Klein, Nora McCartney, Lynn Mercereau, Naomi Yandon, Lorenda Pacey, Pauline Nailey and Arlene Czeh. Other proficiency badges pre- sented were to Pauline Bailey for of pets, Jackie Northey for minstrel and Tracey Travis and Veronica Peebles for ski- ing. Brownie pins were also pre- sented to Kim Peterson, Pam Peterson, Sheryl Shebel, Linda Kalyn and Connie Colburn. Shirley Klein, ready to fly up to Guides in September, also Three events are being planned for the next two weeks, that of a rabble with Feira'e Brownies at Fernie. A feature of this event wil! be the Indian costumes the girls will be wearing. There will also be a farewell picnic slated for July 27. On July 1 10 of the Brownies will take part in the Canada Day parade at Sparwood as baton twirlers. Some will ride on the Brownie toadstool float and the remainder will be marching in uniform in the pa- rade. Monday, July J, 1971 THE LETHMIDOt HERALD 3 SWIM 130 LENGTHS Claresholm Aquatic Club'i re- cent "swim-a-thon" raised more than for swim suits and pool equipment, including new lane ropes and training aparalus. Coach Phillip Lloyd, left, swam 71 lengths to set 'a distance mark for the day. Graham Wei- bourn swam 59 lengths. Forty-seven swimmers swam miles in the Claresholm Pool event. Andersen Photo. Drama workshop BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Due to the visit of Prime Minister Trudeau to Blairmore July 11, the creative drama workshop will be held on July 10, one day earlier than plan- ned. The workshop wiJl be con- ducted by Prof. Margaret Faulfces of the University of Alberta drama department. Classes for persons 15 years of age and over will be held from 9 a.m. to 12 noon and for per- sons 14 years of age and under from to 4 p.m. Fee for attending the work- shop has been set at one dol- lar per person. Creative drama classes for persons nine years of age and older will be held beginning July 5. Interested persons should phone the Croivsnest Pass recreation office at 562- 2633. Five new signs COALDALE (HNS) "The wishes of the people is the first consideration of the recreation board and its director in de- signing public recreational pro- W. D. Geldert said recently in addressing the Coal- dale Home and School Associa- ton. Mr. Geldert is recreation di- rector for the Lethbridge Coun- iy 26 southern regional recrea- tion area. Every effort is made to de- sign an overall program which will meet the requests of the people. Programs are conduct- ed to he available to people of all income groups and ages. Fees are kept to a minimum. Mr. Geldert said it is the aim of those designing recreational programs to strike a happy bal- ance between the physical type (sports) and mental or pas- sive activities. Arts and crafts, picnics and camping fall under the latter classification. Efforts to have a balance of strictly educational programs, and those both edu- cational and recreational arc niado. Fly-tying and sewing courses nrc two examples of education- al programs. Tha summer camping pro- giam, which the board is co- sponsorinf! with preventive so- cial services and other recrea- tional groups, is designed to meet different income levels, Mr, Geldert said. In public recreation, partieii- nrly in rural communities, vol- mtecrs are of utmost impor- sncc once lite actual planning las been completed. Persons responsible for rec- reation, Mr. Geldert stated, try to involve community resources both human and physical. When persons sen's as they learn leadership and to be proud of the community they live in. The succses of programs de- pends on good planning, volun- teers, assistants and interested participants. Anyone wishing information on activities being conducted or with requests for other types may contact' the Coaldale Rec- reation office on main street across from the town office or phone 345-3746 weekdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Both Mr. Gel- dert and assistant recreation director Mrs. Marjorie Kamin- ski will be glad to be of assis- FORT MACLEOD (Special) Fort Macleod and District Chamber of Commerce was in- formed the department of highways will erect five direc- tional signs on the two-way couplet. The east approach to Main St. will be widened. Larry King reported atten- dance at the Fort Museum is up 40 per cent from last year; this would indicate the couplet is not hurting the museum. The parking lot to the south of the museum is prepared for pav- ing. Western dress FORT MACLEOD (Special) Fort Macleod business peo- ple a n d townsfolk have been asked to dress in western style for the week prior to an in- cluding the Midnight Days celebrations of July 9, 10 and 11. It is hoped stores will dress up their stores and places of business with bales of hay, mock corrals and other motifs of the old west. The theme is "stampede fever." Farewell party ETZJKOM (HNS) A fare- well card party was held in the Etzikom hall recently to honor Mr. and Mrs. Eddy Dick who have taken up residence at Magrath. They received a gift of money. Painting bee ETZIKOM (HNS) The 4-H clubs are sponsoring a painting bee July 27 starting at 10 a.m. for the application of the sec- ond coat of paint on the Hop- ing Community centre. Creative talent BELLEVUE (CNP Bureau) open display of art, crea- tive writing, social studies and science held at the MD Mc- Eachern School, presented by junior high students, was at- tended by parents. The display featured class- room exhibits prepared by the students. Creative talent was evidence in the drawings and composi- tions chosen for the showing. A great deal of interest was directed to the various collec- tions, charts, and projects of the science and social studies sections. Farewell party ETZIKOM (HNS) A fare- well party was held in the Elzikom Community Hall re- cently to honor Mr. and Mrs. Wan-en Penner End family who are leaving for British Co- lumbia in July. A gift of money was presented to the family. Mr. and Mrs. Penner ar- rived from Calgary four years ago and purchased the Brower General Store. One man only CLARESHOLM (HNS) Council passed a motion by Mayor Ernest R. Patterson to continue with "one-man com- mittees." Mayor Patterson presented council with a list of the com- mittees and appointments to various boards. Ho said he knew some coun- cillors favored three-man com- mittees but he compromised hy making the important commit- tees of streets, utilities and fi- nance committees of the whole council with himself, councillors Clark and Thomas as chairmen of them. SwinvA-Thon pledge cards available PINCHER CREEK (Special) Tne Pincher Creek Swim Club Swim-A-Thon will be held July 10 from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. Any swimmer from six to 60 may take part. The maximum number of lengths is set at 100. Pledge cards are now avail- able at the pool. Certificates will be presented to all competitors. WEEKEND GUESTS IRON SPRINGS (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Don Vincent and family of Calgary were week- end guests at the Yalowega home. I SAVE 60% ON MUFFLER REPLACEMENTS WE HAVE; A MUFFLER FOR MOST CARS FREE INSTALIATION 10 MINUTE INSTALLATION LIFETIME GUARANTEED MUFFLERS FREE INSPECTION AND ESTIMATES All AT INUTB jUFFLEft Phono 328-8134 509 6th South Prairie fanners Make sure your permit books are properly filled in! There is a new basis for grain delivery this year. For most farmers all their cultivated acres can be assigned for the delivery of the six major grains in whatever proportion the farmer chooses. The details were outlined in a pamphlet mailed to all permit book holders by the Canadian Wheat Board. If you did not get one, contact the Wheat Board or your elevator agent. Your permit book is your passport to deliveries! Fill yours out before July 15! An opportunity will be given to all permit holders who get their permits on time to reassign acres in the fall when they know what crop conditions have been. .For more information check with: ...The Canadian Wheat Board, Winnipeg ...Your local elevator agent Issued under flic authority of Hon. H. A. Olson, Minister Canada Department of Agricnltae Hon. Otto Minister Responsible for the Canadian Wheat Board ;