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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta July 1971 THE lETHBRIDOt HEXAID 3 Seek support PINCHER CREEK Support of residents of Pin cher Creek and district is being sought to help send a team to the Southern Alberta Games in Claresholm 4 to Citizens will be approached by persons wearing Pincher Games Trials booster buttons and requested lo purchase an admission ticket for the trials to be held throughout Advance tickets are being sold so that persons wishing to support the cause may do so without attending the Tickets will be sold at the gate on the day of the event as A door prize of a 10speec bike or a cash equivalent is Tickers are for adults and 50 cents for stu The funds raised are re quirad lo offset the costs of transportation of ad ministration supplies and officials Richards elected by Coaldale Kinettes COAtDALE HNS Marilyn Richards was recent ly elected president of the Coaldale Kinettes for the 1971 72 Others elected to serve when the new term commences are Jean vice presi dent Laurie Van secretary Jean Arm treasurer Sumie bulletin The Kinettes donated to the KinInTrust This money had been raised by the club in a smorgasbord held earlier in the RCMP changes TABER HNS commanding RCMP at Taber and Officers detach Bonney ville were exchanged effective July Taking up new duties here is James Corson who re places Jack Far Fargey has headed the eightman force here for the past three years and has been active in youth activities as cubmaster for the Fifth Ta ber Gettogether at Bhirmore ELAIRMORE CNP Bureau It could never be as suc cessful again and it was just superb are just two of the comments that many of the visitors lo Blairmore over the past weekend said as they de scribed the Elementary school reunion that was The event started with a get Silver ivedding ENCHANT HNS A silver wedding anniversary party was held in the community hall in honor of and Steve A short program was held with Ray Speaker acting as master of The head table was dec orated with silver tablecloths and a three tier wedding cake and two bouquets of Everyone was invited to stay for the dance and refresh with music supplied by the Robert Smith Lunch was served by the many hostesses that put the wedding party People came from Clares holm and REUNION Ardenville School District 2002 was Hoors were opened May Of the 28 original 15 were present t th on of all former pupils teachers and their Back left lo right Vtor Barr Grev Chester Lela Simpson Nowlin of Edith Barr Driver M Josie Gauteir Barr Mrs Carrie Askew Walker obscured of and Glen Front row John Charlie Lewis Simpson Anna Barr Davis Vida Simpson K Mr Barr Cofell Adeline Askew Bramplon On There were a total of together of studenls and former leachere in the Credit Union Hall where more than 200 visit ed and renewed The event was highlighted by a display of old school pictures presented by Vern Decoux which sparked much conver sation among the visitors and local who spent con Award night held IRON SPRINGS HNS The annual Huntsvilie School Award Night was held in the Iron Springs School with an ex cellent attendance of families and intro duced the who in turn jresented the following awards a the Willow Creek council not happy with school costs Louis Pam Cemy will Sparwood aggregate awards NATAL HNS The annual awards ceremony of Ihe Spar wood Secondary School fea tured the senor boys aggre gate award which went to Louis Lalonde and the senior girls aggregate award went to Pam which These two aggregate awards donated and presented by bnrno Bevilacqua of The Bakery scholarship was presented to Joyce Adaclu bv Miss Maria The Natal Father Anthony OMI Knights of Co lumbus was pre sented lo Louis Laloridc by grand knight Bruno Bevilac The Michaels Catholic Womens League Vocational Scholarship was presented to Randy Musil by president Mrs lUame The Royal Antediluvian Or der of Buffaloes Bursary was presented to John Saremba by John Mitchell while the Kai ser Resources Limited Scholar ship was presented to Lori Woj Uila by Harry Margaret Sofko present ed the George Sofko Memorial awards to Edna Barbara Roxanne Oli1 Lenca Kathy Joanne Kathy Anne Frank Barby Louise Randy Musil and Lori Honor roll awards presented on behalf of the board of school trustees by trustee Bruno Bev were presented to Lori Barby Deanne JoAnne Anne Kat Kathy Joanne Edna Shirley Barbara Joe Melon and Roxanne CLARESHOLM HNS The council of the of Willow Creek is not happy with the supplementary requisitions of the school division of 11 mills and there was strong talk of holding up the payment until a joint meeting with the board and council could be Council settled for paying the first haK of the requisilion and laking steps to set up a joint meeting todiscuss the reasons for the request for the extra The will be paying mills for the provincial govern ments school equalization tax this General municipal expenses will take 15 In the Nanton area mills will be needed for the recreational and cultural facilities develop Fanners in the Clares Slavely and Granum areas will only contribute one mill lewards recreation and cullural Fort Ma cleod district is not yet taxing anything for recreation pur but a move is under way to have an area establish boards asking them to supply information with regard to areas they would consider suit able for parks and recreation There is legislation for parks and recreation areas to be provided in various places to fill the needs of the The council gave the Clares holm Fish and Game Associa tion approval to use the old rifle range at the former RCAF slalion for the small bore com petition during the 1971 sum mer games providing the as sociation assumes all Marvin Vandervalk received council approval to set up a dealership in agricultural sup plies to include herbicide and seed treatment The gas company received ap proval to extend gas lines in the Granum and Fort Macleod Perfect Attendance Chris me Vander Eddy Schuld arwin Joyce Brand Terry Dar n Miller and Debra Reading Grade Dawna told Grade Michelle No e Grade Dean Mathematics Grade haron Schuld Grade Scott ichardson Grade Eddy Creative Writing Barbara Sports Linda Ayukawa eggy Anne Richardson an eter Vander Research Sandra Yalowe Susan Warren and Dona ga Notebooks Grades 1 to espectively Karen Ayukawa Kathy Brian Yoshida sther Darwin an herry Printing Robbie Writing Grade 2 Ayukawa Grade 5 Joyc Jrandliorst Several vtocal numbers wer resented by Uie music classe f Hammon during th ON MISSION Floyd Melt ing son of and Frank Melting Tallow of Fort is leaving to fill an LDS Church mission at He will be working for the church lor two We should have come here before As a result of a suggestion by the Oldman River Regional Planning the council has asked the secre tary treasurer to send letters to the various recreation Magrath 25ers reunite MAGRATH HNS A re union of the Magrath Aute0 Zclle club formed in 1925 brought 14 of lie original IS members back to southern Al berta the past The reunion followed the pat tern of informality established 46 years ago when the high school girls social club was First event of the reunion was a dinner for members and their husbands at the Magrath home of and Burns The dinner was ar ranged by Ma Ila Cook and Allie Robinson of Letters came from Alice Stoddard Johnson of Heppler Stranne of B C and Blanche Brecken riclgc of Lelhbridge who were unable to One room of the Barker built in was given TbelmalSOs and early finding it easy to remember the he Ihe trials and the tales of 46 years Then here was talk of irandchildren and past ad over to a display of 1925 photo graphs of Aute0Zelle mem along with up to date family and a display of jewelry and me mentoes of the naming youth era this display arranged by Allie The 1971 pholo graphs of the group were taken by Norman The dinner was served by the Barker daughters Doreen Alston and Eliza beth After dinner all joined in singing songs of Uie The 14 original Aute0Zelle members drove to Waterton Lakes where they continued to reminisce and catch up at a only luncheon at the Prince of Wales A visit to Waterton the beach es and Cameron Falls and then fond goodbyes brought to an MAGRATH HNS and Charles Sims are happy they have spent most of their 50 years of married life in We should have come be they agreed as Ihey called coming lo Grande Prai rie from in My firsl impression of Can ada was seeing frozen milk push the cap from Ihe bottle at the said The Sims brought three chil dren wilh Life on Uie Soldiers Settlement farm was difficult as none were accus tomed to rural They learned lo raise a fine garden in the sandy soil and make do until Then Mr Sims look up his Irade of car penlering and moved the fam ily of 12 into Grande Prairie They lived there until 196 when they retired and moved to We were lold wed be going to the foothills when we ap plied to come to sai Finally we realli are close to them and lovo Charles Harrison Sims wa born in Derbyshire He served will the Sherwood Foresters Notts Derby Regiment from May 6 to He i one of the eight Kaiser BUT term little for Uiat contemptibl army that was vi enrt the reunion of women who world had gone to school together from 1917 to The two days had bridged the gap of nearly half a century and Uie club was alive torious at Mons in Uie Firs illy one of the famous group n War injuries to his egs make him depend on a rheelchair but he is an avid Edith Annie Puckering was orn at She married Charles Sims on June in As the mother of 12 children he has had varied expe She has nursed her lusband through five major operations and was his greal esl booster when he learned to walk with artificial hips two ears She enjoys raising vegetables and flowers and does lovely hand work and thrift Both are active members o the LDS K is a com mon sight to see Sims pushing her husband to church in his wheel Charles and Edith Suns fee the secret of 50 years of sue cessful married life is give and Both are gifted wit keen sense of humor whici has carried the m througl many All of their 12 children were present for their parents re cent Golden Wedding celebra Ronald of Cold Winni Jim Stirling of Grand Prairie Mary Wager Grace Glen Gange Co leen John and Wesley all o Edmonton Marguerite Mrs Eddie Lichkowski Calgary Easl Doroth John Holtom and Davi f Lelhbridgc Joan Mrs lans Miehe Magrath Ro Winnie and Bill were IB Armed Services1 and randchildren and two grea irandchildren joined in festr ies at Taber tviiis TABER HNS Taber m nor baseball teams caplure top places in two tournamen Sunday afternoon In Uie Centennial Leagu Uie local Moose Bantam trounced the Bow Island tea 15 to nothing in the TT other team participating w from In Uie Beaver which four teams took to I Taber Chiefs again Bow Island to the tune of to The foursome included t Taber Expos and a team fro erablo lime picking out Refresh enls and lunch were provided Uie Circle of Service of the nited Church and the Catholic omens Salurday morning Ihe Crows st Pass Chamber of Com erce catered to a sausage d pancake breakfast attend by several hundred Mary Wray and ay Kenney and John Kerr cted as During the afternoon a tour Ihe old elemenlary school hich is scheduled to be torn own this was fol wed by a bus lour of all new cmentary school built in the The tour wound up with visit to the new Crowsnest onsolidated High School here principal Eric Price con ucted an inside tour of the Pyjama dolls were presented Dino Ida Vendrasco 3eMartin of Ontario nd to Ruth McBay tanton of Que for being Ihe two persons vho travelled the furthest to ttend the An evening f dancing concluded the Satur ay A collection was taken in aid f the Pakistan Relief Fund and a total of was re Shower lield ror Miss Heck ETZIKOM HNS A miscellaneous pantry shower was held for Miss Fay daughter of and Frank recently in the Hoping Community Russel Ema Dixson was announcer for the occa A table cloth and guest book were signed at the The bridetobe was assisted in unwrapping of her gifts by Miss Doreen sister of the prospective and Charlie Linda her recorded while Ema Dixson displayed the More district oil page 8 TOP THREE WINNERS IN THE ANNUAL GRADE SIX ESSAY CONTEST Coaldale Rotary Club essay winners were recently Pictured here with Peter local Rotarian are left to third Larry place shield wmner and Alfrieda second Prize money and certificates were presented to the top three department of the environment x Of ALBERTA r AUTE0ZELLE CLUB REUNION The Magralh Auto O Zelle formed in brought 14 of Ihe 18 original members back to soulhem Alberta for a reumon du ing he part Front row from loft are la Ree Salt Lake Cily Gwen in wood Williams Allie Robinson af lola Marker of Magra h and Freada Kenny of Back row from Lasca Magrath Eva Salt Volma Lucille Reoh Bonne Claire Mont Una Poulsen Taber Provo Ila Magralh Ardalh Cardston Thelma On April the Government of Alberia took an important slcp forward in llie fight for a cleaner On this the new Department of the Environment was officially established to devole itself to resource management and pollution Alberta is the first province to establish a government department responsible solely for environmcnlal The Department of the Environment is located in the Milner 10040 104 Telephone Office of the Deputy Minister Seventh floor Water Resources Division formerly under the Department of Agriculture Receptionist Fourth floor Pollution Control Division formerly Division of Environmental Department o Health Receptionisl Sixth floor Interdepartmental Planning Division Sevenlh floor Research Division Seventh floor Information Division Sevenlh floor HENDERSON MINISTER OF THE ENVIRONMENT Minister responsible or Hospilal Services Commission and Health Caro Insurance Commission 318 LEGISLATIVE BUILDING EDMONTON ALBERTA ;