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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Thurtday, July I, W1 THE UTHMIDOI HERALD 3 Students get BARNWELL, (HNS) Five students from Barnwcll decid- ed to gel in touch with the fed- eral government on Die Oppor- tunity for Youth Program. They received word that they would get a grant to put to work. Tlie students are Elsie Kal- ma, Brenda Myres, Fern Kano, Marty Jotason, Ryan Grigor. Their slogan is clean up, build up, paint up the town. They are cleaning up two parts cutting grass, trimming trees and putting in playground equipment for youngsters; also a camp kitchen, tennis court, basketball equipment and a soft ball diamond. House' reunion SWIM MEET WINNERS Claresholm's Invitational Swim Meet held recently was a huge success with 180 participating from six towns in Southern Alberta. The standings of the towns as to number of points were: Nan-ton 63; Fort Macleod 97; Raymond 185; Pincher Creek 229; Picture Butte 261; Claresholm 479 points. Photo shows Aggregate Trophy winners I. to r. Bernard Stuckey, Pincher Creek; Donna Thurlo, Picture Butte; Wyatt Blair, Picture Butte; Teresa Gugula, Claresholm; Phillip Lloyd, Claresholm; Gra- ham Welbourne, Claresholm; Susie Jess, Claresholm; Tracey Feeder, Claresholm; Bobby Thomas, Pincher Creek; Robert Hegge, Raymond. The next swim meet will be held in Fort Macleod Wednesday, July 21. Anderson Photo. BARNWELL (HNS) The girls of Riot House of Calgary in 1940-45 held a Riot House Reunion at the 'Park Plaza in Lethbridge. There were some 45 girls staying at the home of Mrs. George Wallace in Cal- gary while .going to school. Some were working. The 18 girls from southern Arts, crafts display set COALDALE (HNS) rangements for the arts and crafts display, sponsored by the Coaldale Arts and Crafts club, for Coaldale Settlers Days have been made. Saturday, July 31, from or It a.m. (following the pa- rade) until 5 p.m. there will be an arts and crafts display in the former Coaldale Phar- macy premises. A bake sale will also be held in the same location. Women wishing to contri- bute arts and crafts for ex- hioit are requested to have them at the Pharmacy Build- ing between 1 to 5 p.m. Fri- day, July 30. Goods should be labelled. The baked goods will be pro- vided by three women's groups from the Mennonite Brethren Church. All arts and crafts that have been on display should be pick- ed up from 5 to 6 p.m. July 31. Members of the Coaldale Arts and Crafts arc planning to be dressed in old-fashioned attire. Anyone needing further in- formation may contact Mrs. Raymond LaValley at 345-3462. Entries book for cutting horse tests FORT MACLEOD (Special) Walter Hyssop, director of the cutting horse events in con- nection with July 9, 10 and 11 Midnight Days here has an- nounced judges for this thrill- packed event will be Billy Col- lins, Edmonton, president of the Canadian Cutting Horse Association, and Randy Dun- ham, Calgary. Entries have been booked from all over Alberta, British Columbia, Saskatchewan, Tex- as and Arizona. World champions Matlock Rose, Jim Gideon and Buster Welsh will be among the com- petitors for the plus entry purse. This event will be staged on Friday and Satur- day, July 9 and 10. Pincher Co-operative holds barbecue PINCHER CREEK (Special) The Pincher Creek Co-op- erative Association Ltd. cele- brated its 50th anniversary re- cently with a barbecue. Open to all members and their families, if was held in the Memorial Community Cen- tre Arena, with some peo- ple from Pincher Creek and district attending. lions Club members and their wives were in charge of Do your fence in one coat with MOORWOOD HEAVY BONDED STAIN FREDDIE'S PAINT (WESTERN) LTD. 8163rdAve.S. Ph. 327-5540 the barbecue at which pounds of beef were cooked and served with baked beans, cole slaw, rolls, ice cream and coffee. One of the early members, Henry Schulz, was honored and presented with a stetson hat. Mrs, Schultz was present- ed with a corsage. The Associated Groceries presented plaque to Mr. Nishikawa, general manager, to commemorate the anniver- sary. The crowd was entertained by the music of .the Pineher Creek Community Band. Hosts for the evening were the board of directors and B. Nishikawa. THIS time school is out and the usual rush is on to go somewhere or do some- thing to get in the holiday mood. Then too, some groups had their lads out of school earlier than others so they got to camp first. Camp Impeesa is beautiful to see with its greenery matched by the beauty of the lake. Ad- ministrator Grant Wood of Lethbridge is on the job with his wife, Colleen. Waterfront director is Ken Holmes who sees that swimming and boat- ing are well looked after. Table Mountain towers over the val- ley challenging the hardy cumbers while the Salt Lick is an even more accessible objec- tive for young cubs and old leaders. Here is the ideal plea- sure spot for the school-bound youngsters and their leaders. The three packs of 14lh Leth- bridge were happily esconced in both the cub Tilli- cum and Skookum under Camp Akela Paul Shewchuk. With him. to aid, abet, support and sustain him were stalwarts Eu- gene Falkenberg, Ray Sales, Bob Simmons, Bob Mont- gomery, Vaughan Gardner anc 'Horse Trader" Jones with Fire-lighter-in-chief Joan Innes and Medicine Woman Libby Tassie R. According to all accounts the food was excellent and the fun terrific. A few Scouts of the troop were on hand to render yeoman service with the young Rev. Gillis speaks to gracls PICTURE BUTTE (HNS) St. Catherine's School Grade 9 graduates received graduation pins recently and were advised by Rev. D. Gillis to hold to their ideals as they leave sep- arate school for the public school system. Graduating are Diane Hen- engouwen, Debbie Boras, Tony Bosnjak, Roy Chenger, Karen Chiste, Johnny Fress, Olga Fress, Jeanette Gibbons, Ar- nold Holcek, Elaine Miller, Al- fons Poppe, S'abina SlodkowsM, Henry Van Nistelroy, John Van Nistelroy, Jerry Wozniczko and Pat Tarrent. Chinese food as served in tile school auditorium. Having gram and plenty good pro of helpers OWN RECEIVERS Egyptians own about radio receivers. makes camp a never-to-be-for gotten place. This year saw al visiting the Lynx Creek Camp of the Junior Forest Wardens where Host Larry Nelson in troduced them to his famou Obstacle Course and the Tug t War pit. This was REAL fun to the boys. Another day saw a mass hike up to the salt lick. All the Cubs enjoy a roarin campfire with songs and skits Here is where yours truly is ir his element with songleadinf and the yarn about "The Who Could Do Karate." Few boys can resist the opportunity to sing in situations like arouni' a fire. Much later when the camp fire was closed the cubs had chance to roast wieners anc marshmallows before retirin to Skookum's cosy interior fo Prince Igor has no taste. Prince Igor is vodka. Pure vodka. Without a flicker of taste or color or scent A prince of a vodka. Have the Prince over tonight. lug-up. More singing ensued nd all joined in learning, Grow the Rushes-no" old traditional ballad ol ery ancient origin. In all il as a wonderful evening amp Impeesa Crests were resented to each boy and ader by Scouter Rocky who also presented Cubber Joan nnes with a very unique Fire ighting award for services be ond the "Call of duty." Good oing Scouter Paul, helpers and boys! Richard Bide of the 14th 'enturers Company was amp with a small group o oys to get pre-Jamboree train ng for the Fifth Alberta Jam oree July 17-24 at Sylvan Lake. This training consists o harcoal cooking, camp set-u and even bread-baking. Tlics and the ones helping wit ne cubs have been able to d a bit of fishing and have ha' H-aMood added to the dail; menu by their efforts. Cam has been a specialty o Dr. Hide's training for som years. For those to whom the ope beckons try what former cubs and Scouts Dougla ligaux and Doug Jackson di( They got on their bicycles am with friend Dennis Froese started out for Nova Scotia. B ill accounts they reached Win nipeg safely and had had ;ood trip across the prairie More and later details will b ;iven when available. Sounc ike fun, eh? All hail to the First Pinche Creek Pack just back from Camp Impeesa. Akela Jim M Geean and assistants Bo Neish, Jim Doyle, Harvey Po ter and Gordon Erlandson ha all of 32 Cubs eager to feec lead and in general "ride herd on." When seen they were having a lovely time around campfire. The cooks, Mreen invited to judge at the loyal Winter Fair in Toronto, ilr. Noad has shown and udged cattle all his life. He vill also be judging at the Lit- tle Royal in Fort Macleod July 9. Mr. and Mrs. Noad. who ranch five miles west of Fort Vlacleod on the Hunter Broth- ers Ranch, are going to Johan- asburg, South Africa after the Toronto show to attend the World Hereford Conference. 32 WATT SOLID STATE AMPLIFIER Beer garden opens Friday FORT MACLEOD (Special) The Fort Macleod arena has been transformed into a Ba- varian Beer Garden for Mid- night Days. The garden will be open on Friday, July 9, at p.m. and Saturdaj', July 10, at to 9 p.m. A special attrac- tion on Saturday evening will be the famous Alpine yodeller Fred Bender. His floor show will be an attraction with the Taber German Band. Mr. Bender has played at Banff and at the Gast House in Calgary. This week he is at Jasper. He plays the ac- cordian, sings and yodels with his act. Tennis playoffs FORT MACLEOD (Special) Leo Bourassa, recreational director, has announced that the Municipal District of Wil- low Creek tennis playoffs will be held in Fort Macleod July 24. The two double courts are near completion. 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