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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta July 8, 1970 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 i OK HONOR AWAKD-WINNEKS-James Parks, prin- cipal of the R. I. Baker Junior High School, Coaldale, commends top honor students, from left, Clarinda Thies- sen Grade 7; Joy Hoyano Grade 8; and Linda Oshiro, Grade 9. Awards were presented at the first school awards day. It was sponsored by the Student's Union. Tymburski Photo Baker Students Win Awards By MARY TYMBURSKI Herald News Service COALDALE Baker Junior The first R. I. High School Awards Day, sponsored by the Students' Union, was held here recently. Dick Humphreys, staff advis- or to the Students' Union was the chairman. Awards were given for out- standing achievements in ath- letics, academic, merit and li- brary service. Out-going and incoming Stu- dents' Union executive were in- troduced. Directing the Grade 8 Chorus was Miss Mary Funk. The group sang Oh Call You Young Urvold" Hired NOBLEFORD (Special) Susan Urvold has been hired as playground director. Debbie Pierson is her assis- tant for playground activities to be held Monday through Friday from 9 to 12 noon. Wednesday evenings, from 7 to 8, will be Special Events Nights. Activities offered are arts and crafts, drama, storytelling, singing, sports hikes, camp- overs and nature appreciation. All children between the ages of 6 and 12 are welcome. Acti- vities commenced July 5 and will continue to Aug. 21. The sponsoring body is the county recreation board. north Lovers, Blow the Wind merit awards were pre- ly and a third lo Sandra Vaselenak, The Happy Wanderers, 7, Brian King, Grade 8, val winning choral group directed by Mr. Humphreys, sang Sing a Rainbow, a Jewish Ed Dick, Grade 9. Murray J. Robison school vice-principal made the presentations. song, a Swiss folk song and certificates, presented American folk song (Get Mrs. Marg McLeod and Home Gwen Russel, went to: Honor certificates, presented by Paul Liska, Don 7: Ewald Granson. Sandra MacDonald, Cheryl Tokar- and William McGrath, Marcella Bakker, Clarinda went to Grade 7: Grace Tkukishima, Bakker, Karen Finley, Erika Sonnenberg, Cheryl Tokariuk, Grace Tsukishima, Linda Isaac, Christine Cudrak, Erika Sonnenberg, Raymond, Ernest Dyck, Geraldine Cam- sen, Sandra MacDonald, and Lloyd Dalton: Grade tine Cudrak, Frank Isaac, Lilli Reule, Joy Hoyano, Reimer, Faith Takeda, Voelske, Eleanor Holman Ewald Granson Colleen Yamamoto, Greg Clarinda Thicssen; Grade Willie Granson, Mar- Katherine Janzen, Greg Andrews, Charlotte Klassen, Manlier and Don Pettier; Grade 9: Jock Thompson, Col- King, Joy Hoyano, Christine Voelske, Robert Mannington, Cathy Horvath, Eleanor Oshiro, Linda Oshiro, Harold Goerzen, Joyce Bond, Shirley Martens, Joan Wauters, Ron Regier and Arno Mehrer, Anne Marie Mc- Grade 9: Greg Wiens, Rob and Irene Pfeffel. sen, Ed Dick, Daniel Robison stated the top Gerda Littau, Alfred awards went to the stu- Linda Oshiro, Harry doing their best with a Harold Goerzen, Collen ssnse of responsibility. Irene Pfeffel, Joan considering the merit cer- Joyce Bond and Roberta concept Mr. Humphreys they were not necessarily Taber Squadron May Stay TABER (HNS) civilian committee chair- fer of Taber Squadron 225, Kenneth Williams, secre- Cadets, from its present Robert L. An- ;ers to the new civic and squadron leader building hangs in the Chomany expressed Meeting with the town about the proposed Groups Merge At Blairmore BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Blairmore In the offices located merger has been completed In the Crowsnest Pass, joining the Family Life Centre and the Preventive Social Service Pro- gram under the Preventive So- cial Service Board. The new design of the Pre- ventive Social.Service Program is such that there is to be a full time director and a coun- sellor community developm e n t worker to cover the geographic area of the Crowsnest Pass and Pincher Creek. David W. Hembling, for m e r .counsellor in the program, will assume the position of Direc- tor Counsellor for the overall area with his office and resi- dence to be in Pincher Creek. The counsellor, Community De- velopment Officer Charles Gale will reside in Blairmore. The Preventive Social Service Board of Directors at a recent meeting appointed Mr. Gale to the position of counsellor Com- u n i t y Development Officer. appointment is to be effec- tive Sept. 1, 1970. Mrs. Hazel Cerney will as- sume the duties of Administra- tive Assistant and Execut i v e Secretary and will remain in above Robinson Stores in Blair more. The phone number is 562 2331. The overall direction of the Preventive Social Service, Fam ily Life Centre Program comes from its board of directors which includes chairman GOT don Johnson of Cowley; Gordon Hobb, Pincher Creek; Ken Phil- lips, M.D. Pincher Creek; Tyce Vastenhout, B e 11 e v u e; Fred Painter, Frank; Fernand Pa quette, I.D. No. 5; Don Deceeco, Blairmore; Graham Atkinson Coleman. The advisory commit- tee consists of Mrs. Irene Mc- Neil, Hillcrest; Mrs. Audrey Painter, Frank; and John Van Eden and Lowell Holland ol Pincher Creek. The Preventive Social Service Program, which operates the Family Life Centre, Headstart Program, Family Life Educa- tion seminars, Senior Citiz e n Program, Homemaker Services and Welc o m i n g Committees, also develops new programs as Ihey are needed. It is sponsored jointly by participating munici- palities. Cost is borne 20 per cent by municipalities and 80 per cent by the Provincial gov- ernment. SAVE Tuop 60% ON MUFFLER REPLACEMENTS WE HAVE: A MUFFLER FOR MOST CARS FREE INSTALLATION 10 MINUTE INSTALLATION ItfETJME GUARANTEED MUFFLERS FREE INSPECTION AND ESTIMATES ALL AT IIMUTE JUFFLER Phone 328-8134 509 6th Avenue South abandonmet and removal of the air cadet hall. The meeting learned the town's building committee hac reached an informal agree- ment with air cadet officials to move into the new structure where space was to be pre- pared for their exclusive use along with drill hall and rifle range which would be avail- able to others. These officials are not now unanimous in this decision particularly since rental will be required in the new facil- ity. Council was in agreement to not remove the air cadet hall ii the cadet officials decided this the most desirable action. A new power line to the hall, at an estimated cost of would be required. The cadet organization would expect free power, water and sewer ser- vices. Meanwhile, the building com- mittee has agreed to defer any improvements in the building to accommodate the air ca- dets, the cost of which as esti- mated by town superintendent, would run to the figure. honor' students. They were those who had done their best, had a good school spirit, easy to gel along with were top people. For having worked faithfully in the school library the past term library awards were given to Hulda Bergman, Anthony Se- berg and Anita Siemens. Mrs. Joyce Trebble, school librarian, and Miss Dolores Berte, assist- ant, made the presentation. Install Lious Jack, Bouertz PINCHER CREEK (Special) The Pincher Creek Lions Club held its installation of of- ficers recently with Buck Jack going in as president. Zone chairman Earl Johnson presided. The new executive includes the following: Joe Bonertz, 1st vice president; Irvine Sorge, 2nd vice president: Gerald HochsLcin, 3rd vice-president: Ralph Age, secretary; Lloyd McDonald, treasurer; Joseph Kubasek, tail twister: Gordon Schoening. Lion tamer; and di- rectors Ernie Cridland, Pete leise, Alyre Therriault and lph Cleland. Old Monarch Awards were iresented by past district gov- ernor Ross Zoetman, to 20-year monarch John Green and 15- monarch Bamey Zoratli. Alex Yagos, Bob Toney, Jack DISTRICT DOINGS Picnic Held NOBLEFORD (Special) Lundes' Riverboltom was the scene of the Nobleford Volun- teer Firemen's annual picnic recently. Leave Village NOBLEFORD (Special) Mrs. William D. Humphry anc the three youngest children lef for Calgary, where they will re- side. The older children remained here. At Convention IRON SPRINGS W. Kirby, accompanied by four members of the Lethbridge Northern Busy Bees Girls' Club are attending the provincia WI Girls' Club convention be ing held at Olds. Iron Spring is represented at the conven lion by Esther Oga, Janej VamderLinden, Christine Van der Fleer, and Cheryl Oga. Bible School TABER (HNS) The Evan gelical Free Church of Taber will hold its annual vacalion Bible school at the church here during the week of July 21 through 31. Undenominational classes will be held for all children from two and a half years to early teens from 9 to a.m. daily. Each age section will include a handicraft project, games, and singing, and all are wel- come to participate. Lelhbridge Shooler Is Willow Valley Ckunifjion Leffingwell Cops Top Award Siinmier Program Under Way IRON SPRINGS' North County Summer Program is under way in Iron Springs and children between the ages of six and 12 years are eligible lo attend. Sessions are being held at (lie Huntsville School from Monday'to Friday of each week between the hours of 9 a.m. and 12 a.m. and also from p.m. to 8 p.m. on Wednes- day. The program will continue until August 21, under the di- rection of supervisor Ida, Van- derSteeg and assistant super- visor Marcia Noble. The chil- dren will receive instruction in various arts and crafts and also organized sport programs. For the first time in many .'ears Iron Springs also has a vomen's ball team which also ncludes several women from riiriu. It is being coached by voy Iwamoto. Also partici- lating in league play is. a lien's fastball team which is cached by Harold Schneider. I Little League team, directed iy Barry Reiter, is enlhusias- JacLcnnan, Rene Thibnrl, Cliff I tically participating in a league Lang and Lloyd Chrislcuscn with several oilier teams this Lang von 10-year awards. 'I Hy VEIIN DECOUX Crowsncst Pass Bureau LUNDBRECK Frank Le fingwcll of Lethbridge accum uiated most points at the Willo Tr'ophy Club annual shoot cop the Grand Aggregat Trophy. The event was on.e of th most successful yet held, an favored by excellent weatlie sportsmen from Calgary soul took part in the competitions. Winner of the trapshoot even was Gordon Whitney of Lctl bridge who won the Hutchinso Trophy and ninnersup wei Charlie Hale of Bow Island an Bob Hobbs of Calgary. The Johnson Brothers Sa mills Trophy for the Pop-TJ Target event went to Bob Hobl of Calgary with ninnersup Ric Tessari of Warner and Ric Kucherfan of LeUibridge. The moving target event f< the Timberline Saddle Hon Trophy went to Rick Kuchera of Lethbridge with Eick Tessa of Warner and Charles Hale Bow Island scoring second an third. The Undetermined Rang Event for Pincher Farm Equi ment Trophy went to Bill Da of Calgary with second an third prizes going to Rudy Wi son of Willow Valley and Fran Leffingwell of Lelhbridge. The Tight Group Event fo the Harry Davis Trophy wa won by Evelyn Leffingwell Lethbridge with second an third places being .taken b Frank Leffingwell and Gofdo Whitney of Lethbridge. The Hunters Match event fo the Dennis Vadnais Troph went to Evelyn Leffingwell an second and third prizes went t Jim Wutzke of Bow Island an Llowell Osing of Milk River. The Bud Schmidt Trophy fo large bore rifle with scope wen to Frank Leffingwell of Leth bridge and second and thin prizes went to Lloyd Dunk Warner and Bob Hobbs of Cal gary. The Willow Valley Troph Club trophy for large bor rifle with iron' sights was woi Hick Kucheran with runnersu Vance Aired of Cardstpn an George Pohn of Lethbridge. The Willow Valley Troph Club trophy in the women's 2 rifle event was won by Evelyn Leffingwell and second priz was split by Yvonne Landrj and Joyce Miller both of Leth bridge. Bud Schmidt of Taber tool first in the 22 rifle 50-yard open event for the Willow Vallej Trophy Club trophy and Fran Leffingwell and Terry Webbe of Willow Valley took seconi and third place. The Pete Maloff Trophy fo 22 rifle iron sights went tc Gordon Russell of Waterton Central Body For Rural Power Users IRON SPRINGS ter F. Boras, Dick Papwortl and Tom Parker represents the Turin-Iron Springs Rura" Electrification Association al the annual provincial Rura' Electrification Association con- vention held in Red Deer re- cently. A major step taken at this year's convention was that o amalgamating into a centra administrative organization for rural power users of Alberta which will include the 384 REA units presently operat- ing within the province. Before the organizing of this body can be completed enabling legisla- tion will be jequired under the Co-operatives Act. As a unified body it will have more authority and will also be in a position to hire person- nel to handle the affairs of the organization. The million which is invested in the 384 REA units will be pooled into one fund and reserves amount- ing to million can sub- sequently be reduced consid- erably. A strong majority was in ravor of centralization but was strongly opposed to proposed changes in the rate structure by Calgary Power Company which would amalgamate the and service charges. Swim Program At Milk River MILK RIVER (HNS) The llilk River and District Recrea- ion Board is again sponsoring i swimming program during luly and August. Margaret Clarke of Warner, who is a qualified RLSS and Red Cross Water Safety In- tructor, will be in charge: Swimmers will be taken by County bus to the Sunburst pool n AVednesdays. Applications and further in- ormation are available from Vornbrock. Park, Ron Ilutchinscm of Warn- er and Bol) Hobbs of Calgary who all scored 50 plus five. The Jack Hcid Trophy for 22 rifle for youths under 1C went to Ben Schmidt of Tabor and ninnersup were George Pohn Jr. of Lethbridge and Kim Hut- chinson of Warner. The Wadena Trophy for five man team event went to Bud Schmidt, Ben Schmidt, George Pohn, Earl Miller and Ron Hut- chinson. The Rangoland Hotel Tiophy for three women teams went to Lethbridge marksmen Evelyn Leffingwell, Linda Leffingwell and Verna Whitney. The Blackburn trophy for the highest score made individually in team events went to Evelyn Leffingwell of Lethbridge. The Bob Malmberg Memorial Trophy fur the Buddy event went to Frank Leffingwell and Rick Kucheran. More District Oil Page 11 WE THANK WV WINNERS OF THE GRAND PRIZE We are pleased lo announce the winners of our Grand Prize, 2 complete Outfits, drawn fbr during our official grand opening. Winner of outfif number one h Ollie Massey of Fort Macleod, second from right and winner of out- fit number two it Sharon Pieschuk of Leihbridge, on the left. SPECIAL DOOR PRIZE WINNERS BOOTS BY TEXAS BOOT CO. CHILDREN'S TEXAS BOOTS STRAW HAT BY AMERICAN HAT CO. STRAW HAT BY AMERICAN HAT CO. B.C. MOCCASINS BY TAGS J. Gunn-lelhbridge MOCCASINS BY TAOS -Andy Lolka-Natol, B.C. IEVI JEANS -Wilbert Beebe-Fort Mocleod LEVI JEANS LEVI JEANS -A. Herba-Lethbridge LEVI JEANS R. Kojala-Calgary LEVI JEANS LEVI JEANS HAND TOOLED PURSE Macleod CARDIGAN SWEATER BY CALDWELL STRAW HAT BY BAILEY HAT CO. FUR FELT HAT BY BILTMORE Butte LEE JEANS LEE JEANS -Ellen Wright-Lelhbridge LEE JEANS Cecil Wiest-Enchant LEE JEANS FRINGED LEATHER VEST FORT MACLEOD MIDNIGHT DAYS FRI, SAT, SUN. JULY Whoop-Up Days MON THRU SAT. JULY 20th-25th AS AN ACTIVE MEMBER OF THE DOWNTOWN BUSINESSMEN'S ASSOCIA-TION WE WILL REMAIN OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY EVENINGS UNTIL 9 P.M. FOR YOUR SHOPPING WESTERN WEAR GRAIN TAKEN IN TRADE FOR MERCHANDISE 303 5th Street S. Phone 328-4726 ;