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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta GRADUANDS GATHER The 1972 graduating class of Livingstone High School, Lundbreck, comprises, front row, from left: Corinne Noble, Jackie Porter, Jonet Wor- riner, Jacqueline Buries, Wendy Nystrom and Susan Brockwell. Back row, from lefl: Gene Ccrvo, Ronald Davis, Tom Crawford, Robert Mazur and John Gray. -R.C.H. Hedderick Pboto. POT-LUCK W WCKARD Temple City oldtimer cam up to the office t'other day an fired the following at us. Meanwhile, back at the ranc The Rocky Ridge Rider 4-H Light Horse Club held its recent annual Achieve men Day in the Charlie Cheeseme Sports Centre at Cardston. This was the first official ev ent held in this building t start Ivins Days 1972 off wit B bang, While the rain poured down outside the 13 members wer doing their performance i comfortable surroundings wit Summer program planned NATAL (HNS) The Spar wood Recreation Commission is planning a summer play ground program for youngster in the district from the ages o 6 to 12. Plans are being mad in conjunction with the Spar wood Activities Club which or ganized the playground pro gram last year. New to the program this year will be two series of sv'im ming lessons. Time at the Fer nie swimming pool has been arranged, and, if there is suffi cient interest, a bus service will be available for the trans portation of the youngsters Also planned are programs o: arts and crafts, sports, activf ties and day camps. There are two qualifier e a d e r s for the program anc two additional girls will attem B leadership course shortly. The recreation commission hopes to have the playground program under way by July 3 It also hopes to utilize a num- ber of playgrounds and meet- ing places in the community for the various activities The program will be staffed by volunteers. TO PARK Richard Low nl Coaldalc, Grade 12 stu- dent, has I) c c n signed liy the fcdcrnl con- sYTVnllnn corns to work nl Jasper Nntionnl Park. Thirty- two .students from Alhcrln null the Northwest Territories will learn how to operate Ilir park from a llmiist piiinl of view. Mrs. Pratt, a very highly qual fied equestrian judge from Cal gary, making construcliv comments. Shellee Reeder received th high point achievement aware donated by the Royal Bank o Canada, with Wendi Wilson placing second. The senior trophies were Showmanship and grooming donated by The Canadian Le- gion; Western Equitation, do nated by Toronto Dominio Bank; Reining, donated bj Treasury Branch; and Trai donated by Semmental Breec ers Ltd. Those receiving awards In the junior section were: Showmanship, Kathlee Pontarollo, tropry donated by Alfred Gales. Western Equitation, Brenda IVbolford, trophy donated by Tom Wilson. Western Pleasure, Carol Wil son, trophy donated by D. B Jessiman. Trail, Carol Wilson, trophy donated by Lynn SommerfeldL Grooming, Kathleen Ponta rollo, trophy donated by Foot hilb Clinic. High Point Achievement Carol Wilson, trophy donate; by Cardston Livestock Auction Throughout the year other projects were finalized and thi trophies for Uie winners o these were presented to: Karen Holt for judging by C. W. Holt Holdings Ltd. Brenda Woolford for Record keeping by Reeder Ranches. Lydia Berry for Junior Speech by the Myron Berry Family. The draw was made for Ihe quarter o[ beef that the mem- Ders sold raffle tickets on and Roma Berry was the lucky win- ner and Ron Monroe claims the jft certificate. At the conclusion a drill was performed by the members which was appreciated by the audience. We of the Triple R 4H Club vould like to take tliis oppor- .unity to thank all those who lave helped and supported our :lub in any way during the >ast year. To the Youth and lee reational Department and Milo Barfuss our 4H Regional Director a hearty thanks goes mt for the concern, direction mcl ribbons that they contri- iiitc each year; to the corgrnu- iil.y for purchasing our raffle ickels; to the Town of Card- ton (or the use of such fine acilities as the Sports Centre; xi the donors of the trophies, Del ami Donna Steed for udging our Speech Competi- ion, to Charlie Ivins for judg- ig the horse classes. And es- ccially to the parents who ave given much time and ef- ort and expense towards the cttcrment of our club. Down-under visit COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) Irs. Kale 1U. Cornell left for iiistralia this week where she spend a seven-week vnca- ion visiting wilh her son and nughlcr-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Mdy Cornell nnd daughter. Mr. C'ornctt is le-aching jiliysi- [il education at Dublin, norlh- I'osl of Syclnoy, Anglicans improve their church CARMANGAY (HNS) Car- mangay Emmanuel Anglican Church held a special tion service recently. A stained glass window, a new English Bible for the lec- tern, communion cruets, a pair of brass vases and a chancel and aisle carpet were present- ed by families and friends of former parishioners and pi- oneers and dedicated for use in the church by Rev. Brian WoodroD. Rev. John Prince gava the sermon. Lunch was enjoyed In the United Church Hall following the dedication. Of interest was a quilt top. It was made in 1910 and em- broidered with the names of a few who were present and many more early resident's. Pictures of people and events in the parish dating from 1910 to the present time were dis- played. WINS TRIP Bill Craig of Coaldalc will join oth- er Canadian students in a one-week trip to eastern Can- ada to leam about the na- tion. He will visit Ottawa, Jvinsston mil Montreal under the EDUCANADA program. 80 attend DeMaere picnic GRANUM (HNS! About 80 people attended the 47th an- lual DeMaere family picnic leld recently at the Willow 2reek Municipal Park. Races, games and a ball ;ame were held between the ain showers. Attending from out of town were Mr. and Mrs. Earl fctzger and family, Stirling; lr. and Mrs. Charles Nickol, oaldale, Mrs. G. Somervillc nd Cheryl, Bashaw; Mr. nd Mrs. Vern Weis and fam- ly, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Mea- ows and son, Mr. and Mrs. Icrv Fox and family, Mr. and Irs. Laurie LaBrie and sons, Irs. M. Hnglund and family, liss Carolyn Fitzpatrick, Mr. ind Mrs. Jack Hoglund, Mr. alvin Metzgcr, Cnlgajy; Mr. nd Mrs. Ken ?Ioghmd and amily, Mr. and Mrs. Neal oglund nnd family, Mr. and .frs. Gniy Hnglund and fam- y, Mr. Henry Hcnkema, Korl Inclcod; Mr. Chris Krickson, clhhridgc; and Mr. find Mrs. en Hoglund, Clnrrsholni. District doings Transferred SPARWOOD (HNS) Tom- my Rybachuk, 17, injured in an accident July 2, was treated at the Michel-Nata! liospilal and later transferred to the Cal- gary General Hospital. The accident occured al a.m. when the truck in which he was riding in left the road, striking a telephone pole. Other passengers in the vehicle suffered minor injuries. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Hybachuk of Sparwood. IDS float wins RAYMOND (HNS) First prize in the recent parade went to the LDS Taylor Stake Mut- ual Improvement Association. In the commercial float sec- tion Stones Service Store placed first. Pioneers of Raymond rode in style in the latest cars. Setting the pace were five bands. Barbecue held P1NCHER CREEK (Special) It was a family affair when more than 500 people attended the Grizzly District Boy Scout barbecue held recently at the Castle River Camp Grounds. Boys, parents and friends were on hand from Blairmore to the west, Lethbridge to the east and Waterton Lakes. The Pincher Creek Commu- nity Band played selections. A f t e r the barbecue, awards were made to some packs and to adults for many untiring years of service. The Cubs gave their grand howl: taps was played. Julv 1972 LCTHMIDQE HUAlD COUTTS GIRL GUIDES WIN FIRST AID TICKETS Coutis 1st Girl Guides have completed Iheir St. Johns Ambulance course in emergency first aid under instruc- tor Everett Ford. From left: DenUe Bunn, Collene McPhil- lips, Arlene Whilesel, Jonet Weins, insfruclor Everett Ford, Kim McPhillips, Chorolelte Weins, Shelly Minor, Elizobc-lh Lisowski and Pauline Larson. Missing: Dawn Mellafonf ond Laurie Golls. Hocke Pholo. Exercise held by radio club MILK RIVER (HNS) The Border Radio Club, of which Herb Lyall and Toshi Alyagawa are members, held its annual Canada-U.S.A. amateur radio field day exercises over the weekend with local members acting as hosts while Herb Gar- ber of Foremost was radio equipment co-ordinator. Tessie Nemeth of Warner was chief cook and food organizer. Amateurs from the B o r d e r Radio Club consisting of mem- bers from southern Alberta and northern Montana gathered at the farm of Leo Ellert. The exercise was to demon- strate the efficiency and readi- ness of the amateurs to provide communication in case emergency. Two stations were operating voice phone radio while the third was manned by Morse Code operators These were handled by Hi radio "ham" operators in re- lays so that during a period of 24 hours. 800 contacts were made with stations in Canada and the U.S.A Business bylaw shelved TABER (HNS) A new hours-of-business bylaw intro- duced at a special meeting of the town council recently was tabled for 11 days for detailed study by members of council, the police department, and of- ficials of Taber Businessmen's Association. Rather than specify the busi- nesses that may remain open during regular business hours, the bylaw dictates the hours during which businesses must be closed, excepting specified businesses which are exempt from the provisions of the by- law. The new text was provided by lown solicitor Laurence High shortly before the meeting, j leaving insufficient time for a careful study of its provisions. A former bylaw, tested in provincial magistrate's court- earlier in the year, was found faulty on a number of counts, and it is expected that loop- holes have now been closed. 4 PLY NYLON CORD TIRES CUSTOM THIS WEEK ONLY NICE INCLUDES HI FREIGHT OR MOUNTING CHARGES 735x14 775x15 blockwoll 855x14 855x15 885x15 blockwolt a chargi WHITEWALLS ONLY MORE 24.000 MILES MONTHS MILEAGE GUARANTEED 50 MONTH LUBE, OIL AND FILTER SPECIAL! FRAM OIL FILTERS STP OIL TREATMENT ALL SIZES, ONE LOW PRICE 75 SPECIAL INCLUDES: Installing 4 qumfi of customer's choice brand name oil (straight weights) new FRAM oi! filler (spin-on or drop-in) Complete chassis lubricalion Spin-en er drop-in lypc. Meets new car warranty require- Most" Canadian and U.S. can. FILTER Model T-B4 NOW .67 Our fineit heavy duly ihocJcs. Guaranteed io lait at long oi you own Ihe cor or we'ff give you a free replacement. Imlalhtian only Full 1 2-volt baltery wilh over 4 GUARANTEED! Adjusr- ment if needed, pro-raled on months used, based on current ng price. "The racer's edge" for belter engine performance. 15 or. size. Limir 2. UNIVERSAL "MINI" AM RADIO MONTE CARLO FLOOR MATS TURTLE LIQUID S" DELUXE HANG ON OR FLUSH MOUNT STEREO SPEAKERS Deluxe model. Slide bor con- trols, buill-rn nlarm. 12-voU negative or posilivc ground. Expert installation available, Model RR-71T. Solid irofe AM cor radio big set sound. Integrated circuit deiign for relipble performance. Modal RR-201. Detergent rcsislnnt cor wax for ong failing shines. 1B oi, bottle. Model T-123C. Rubber floor malr, full front or rear. r Department Stores Because We're Woolco... Your Shopping Costs You Less! College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrarh Drive Open Doily 9 n.m. Io 6 p.m.; and Fri. 9 o.m Io 9 p.m. For oppoinlment 328-8014 ____ ;