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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta POT-LUCK By B'ARCY RICKARD SCRIBE Pat Sul van tells about Hie Hipp that was wearing one shoe. "Lost a shoeV" asked anothe found -said tl Hippie. Reminds me of the time worked in the shoe departmen and told the manager how customer had paid only half th bill. "You roared th boss. "How do you know he' coming "Ho's coming I sait "I sold him two left shoes. You can't help having fun a the fairs. When I was a kid a Calgary I used to earn a dolla or two by peeling potatoes a the Stampede. After this hard work it horri tied me to see the gambler., blowing dollar after dollar at tin games. Composing room fore man John Fox says he saw couple blowing thousand dollar bills at Las Vegas last week. Man! That represents a lot of potato peeling. Congratulations to pilots Herb Berke, Bruce Hiimf'rey, Gordon Leigh, Ted Nelson, Don Orr, Earl Peterson and Richard Wambeke for soloing at High River. They tell me 30 students are keeping three instructors busy there. Vulcanites are mighty proud of their fire department teams one and two for winning the hose-laying test at the Foothills Fire Departments Association' Sponsored competition. Team one members are coach Andy Broere, Cal Rutherg, Tom Wylie, George Sanduerg and John Tangen. Senior Citizens Day is set for July 15 at the Carmangay Com- munity Hall. The hall will be filled with carmangaiety. Four sweethearts are contest- ing the 1970 Rodeo Queen Con- test at Fort Macleod. They are: Judy Claypool, daughter of M and Mrs. Dave Claypool; Joy Rosling, daughter of Mr. Mrs. Frank E. Hosling; Els Collar, daughter of Mr. al Mrs. William Collar; and Ro anne Degcnstein, daughter Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dege! stein. The winner will reign over tl Fort Macleod Stampede an Midnight Days starting toda) Meanwhile, way over at Bo Island, a town surrounded by sea of prairie, Jim McArthn of Taber emerged the winne of the Second Legion Tournament. It rained, they te: me. A great record of service Mrs. Lola Flood, recently re tired teacher from Centra School, Taber, served the Ju nior Red Cross for 33 years. Wrentham Pupils Visit Gait Museum, Tour Industrial Plants In Area By LEETA WHITROW Herald News Service Something else: Cranbrook merchants sponsor a pyjama jamboree tonight to give "fan testtc bargains" to those peopli who venture downtown in nighl attire. Wish I could be there, I can use another hot water bottle, winter's coming! In order to end with real thigh-slappers we took the scis- sors and scalped the good old .Brooks Bulletin for a couple as follows: MISTREATED CONSUMEH They can raise the price of liquor and the only squeals you hear, Is from a thirsty public which demands more gin and beer. The same thing with tobacco, they'll pay without a peep, ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Certified Dental Mechanic Metropolitan Bldg. 328-4095 1 And smoke at least as (HNS) course at the Buck pie as they did when it of the school year Guest Ranch at Pinche for the pupils The course gave instruc er You can put a tax on 1 to 6 when they in drama, music, arts ant 1 they'll ante up annual field trip visit games, and in. outdoo TheyJlKp'ay raise- with sure on things they wear The pupils of 'Grades 1 and and playground su pervision. J the supervision of n' But raise the price of Mrs. Esa Jones, POOL a Oh bus driver, Mrs. children from the Wren he They'll fight with all and Mesdames area are being bused to and Jolayne Tothe Stirling Swimming Pool fivp ie They have a growing the Gait Museum followed a week for 12 days. Ap- 's who is sure to starve visit to the jail farm 50 children are en- Henderson Lake in the Red Cross swim- d. They don't ask for provided the setting course. Tentative plans wages, just to spend it noon time lunch and to attend another session in at on Mrs. Carlene Selk is at They'll show these wicked their way to tour driver. ir men, their scheming, House they stopped at ing ilk. They'll march with hoisted ban-i- ner; they'll cable, write or "s wire, e They'll drag the local dairyman 2- by the whiskers through the a the brewery gardens. CHEESE FACTORY Pupils of Grades 3 and 4, un-ler the supervision of their teacher, Mrs. Marjorie Jones, and bus driver, Owen Salfc, Frances Peta and Janet Rudd are in Calgary attend-ng a three week figure skating school at the Foothills Arena. Both girls are members of the Lethbridge Figure Skating Club r They won't mind paying three industries dealing on their whiskey, First, they visited f and Factory in Coaldale young people from the But not the slightest to Lethbridge where Community Church J will they tolerate on the Quality Bakery a young people's n Flour at Camp Christian, Pine A Chinese scholar was the supervision of recently. Following the d ing when all tie lights in Mrs. Elizabeth retreat Dale Rudd re- h room went out. He asked bus driver, Mrs. Shirley to her home while her s people in the audience to the pupils of Grades 5 Kelly, and Flo Whitrow s their hands. As soon as visited the CHEC radio for the week of young complied, the lights went took time out for a camp. Flo remained for 1 He then said: "This proves the Henderson Lake Pool week longer. She was a s wisdom of the old Chinese concluded their day with of the faculty as a 3 ing: 'Many hands make of the Lethbridge for the week of jun- s camp. i Shower Honors Miss WARNER (HNS) A solo by Nancy Recording the gifts was cellaneous shower solo by Bonny sister, Miss Valerie Miss Debra Graham was reading by Mrs. E. recently in the Warner and two musical Graham is the eldest ial by the youth choir, of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. About 80 friends and Miss Graham was Graham, and her mar- signed Hie guest book, to Mr. Bert Hagsdale. by Mrs. J. (Carol) Miss Graham at B.C. will take place on Mrs. M. (Lorraine) table was Miss Debbie July 25th at the was master of ceremonies and Mrs. H. (Lena) Memorial Evangelical presented a musical a sister-in-law, from SIM- Flo Whitrow and Terry Hu-i Flo IVhitrow was the recipi- Senior High School. It marka bek, were among the young PRO cnt of the Raymond Mercantile the first time in the school's pie who attended a rccreationa Shop Award of given at history that the award was giv REV. AND MRS. FORD OF FOREMOST Minister Leaves Foremost After Three-Year Soj urn Fishing Derby Set NATAL, B.C. (HNS) M chcl Aerie No. 1864, Fratema Order of Eagles, recently mad ilans to stage its Eagles annua ish derby for members only. A good turnout of members i expected to participate in th "ish derby set for Sunday, July 2. The members will joiime; up the Elk Valley some 10 mile- north of Natal to the usual meet ng place at Andy Billy's Ranch an oldtime member, to enter and compete in the fish derby Two trophies and other prizes will be awarded at the conclu ion of the fish derby including ie Jock Mitchell trophy for the member catching the heavies! cutthroat trout and the Lou Les- ard trophy for the member atching the biggest fish, any pecies. The donors of the trophies, hich are put up for competi- on every year, are J. K. Mit- hell, secretary of Michel Aerie, Turin Wins TURIN (HNS) The Turin ittlfi League played a game at rons Springs recently. The final score was Turin 33, Springs 11. Tony Woodcock was winning tcher for Turin. Both teams showed excellent portmanship and played a good ame. of Sparwood and Lou Lessard, who won the Jock Milchell tri past B.C. provincial president of pliy was John Oswald of Coli the Fraternal Order of Eagles, of North Vancouver. Other prizes will include that of a member catching the most fish and catching the smallest fish. Last year's fish derby winner man, Alta. while John Romance wicz of Natal was presente with the Lou Lessard trophy Both winners brought in cu throat trout weighing over tw pounds with only two ounce separating them. Awards Presented At Sparwood NATAL, B.C. (HNS) At a assembly at the Sparwood Se ondary School recently, aware for academic and athlet achievements for the pa school term were presented. The B.C. Bakeries schola ship of was presented Hiss Lynn Thomson by Joe A omare. The St. Michael's Cathou Vomen's League vocation cholarship of was presen xi to Robert Eberts by pros lent Mrs. Cliff Hrdlicka. Tire Royal Antediluvian Co ler of Buffaloes (RAOB) bur ary of was presented I liss Nancy Edwards by J. K litchell. The Knights of Columbus, Fa her Anthony OMI Council No 455 scholarship was presente o Miss Dorie Bevilacqua b, rand knight Bruno Bevilacqua The George Sofko Memoria wards, donated by Mrs. Mar aret Sofko and son George Sof Effective Immediately! HERB'S WESTERN WEAR NEW STORE HOURS MONDAY, TUESDAY, SATURDAY, a.m. to p.m WEDNESDAY a.m. fo p.m. THURSDAY and FRIDAY a.m. to p.m. Remember If it's WESTERN or RUGGED and if it's NEW You'll find if FIRST at ko, Jr., were presented to the following students by Mrs. Mar garet Sofko: Grade 8A, Kathy Janco Grade 8B, Randy Beech; Gradt 9A, Anne Katrichak; Grade 9V John Cytko; Grade IDA, San dra Pettovello; Grade 10V, Ro- sanna Berdusco; Grade HA Lori Wojtula, Grade 11V, Shar- on Holley; Grade 12V, Lynn Thomson and Grade 12V, Dor- othy Wettstein. Honor roll awards were pre- sented on behalf of the board of school trustees by Bruno Bevilacqua to the following stu- dents: Dorothy Wettstein, Bar- bara Janco, Phyllis Musil, San- dra Pettovello, Joanne Gris, Anne Katrichak, Kathy Janco and Joanne Ross. Student council awards were also presented as follows: sen- aggregate to Lynn Thom- son and junior aggregate to 'am Cerny. Grade 12 awards went to Dor- ithy Wettstein, Robert Eberts, jinda Putich and Loris Ber- toia. Grade 11 awards went to Win Saremba, Judy Doratty ind Ed Northey. Grade 10 awards were pre- ented to Les Tennant. Gordon Gauthier and Sandra Petlovcl- o; Grade 9 award winners were Debbie Bernardo. Joanne Jris and Dariene Bevilacqua. Grade 8 awards went to Stu- rt Myles and Ross Travis. Also presented at the awards ight were trophies for he boys' league was won by ie Hurricanes and the awari ras accepted by Capt. Louis alonde while the girls' league was won by the Stingrays, the ward being accepted by Capt. Lynn Thomson. WESTERN WEIR GRAIN TAKEN IN TRADE FOR MERCHANDISE 308 5th Street S. Phone 328-4726 By GEOFF TAGG Special Correspondent FOREMOST Rev. Mrs. J. Ford, (Jim and Essi as they were known to For most residents of ail denomin: tions) have left Foremost. The United Church ministe and his wife moved to Cam bell River, B.C. on Vancouve Island to take up a new pasto al charge. In the three years they wei in Foremost they won the ri spect and devotion of people c all faiths. A happy smile and a broa Mancunion (Manchester) cent greeted everyone. The Foremost church wa tlie first one for Mr. Ford full minister. Previously he ha served as an assistant ministe in Vernon after working in in dustry for many years. The lumbering industry in Campbell River will be notliin new. Before entering the minis try, Mr. Ford worked for th English Electric Company in Ontario, where he was respon sible for designing many of the electric motors currently in use in paper making machinery to- day. SORROW SHARED The sorrow and sense of loss :elt by the congregation at the departure of a true servant, of he community was shared by the Fords themselves. Mr. 'ord said that he arid his wife would take away many happy "riendships and memories with hem. LeRon Low Appointed Mayor COALDALE (HNS) Coun- Jllor LeRon Low was officially leclared mayor of Coaldale at rec.snt special meeting of ouncil. He will hold office until the ivic election in October. A letter of resignation was re- eived from Mayor Rev. R. D. ohnstone. He has moved to iindersley, Sask. Deputy mayor Ben Reimer, residing, declared the seat va- ant. Nominations were called or and a secret ballet held. Under Mi-. Ford's ministry the youth work in the Foremost area received a great boost, and it was under his direction that the Foremost Youth Cen- tre was opened. As one teen-ager put it, "You just get to like someone and he moves, away." Mr. Ford felt this was high tribute from a teen-ager. The Fords were tireless workers in the community too. He was an .active member Foremost Lions Club an served on the library commi tee. Christianity was essential a practical experience. "I have learned a great de; said Mr. Ford, "an have somewhat modified views on the I'ole of the churc today." SPECIAL SERVICE Parting gifts were presente at a special sendee held rt cently on behalf of the and the Sunday School. Rev. and Mrs. Leslie Srnitl of Kyle, Sask., have taken the ministry in Foremosl. Friday, July 10, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 It's Rodeo Time Again In Southern Alberta Prices effective until closing Saturday, July llthl TABLE RITE RED BRAND CHUCK STEAK ALBERTA STEER BEEF GOODNESS ME FCY. Peas No. 3 LIBBY'S Tomato Jjjice MAPIE LEAF TSNDIRFLAKi Lard s. ihn 48-01. tine for Mb. pkg. Cadets Train FORT MACLEOD (SpeciaD- Vlacleod Cadet Corps youths are aking summer training. Richie Dunn and Michae jev.ers are off to Calgary for a ix week rifle coaching course inly 12 bos'S qualified in the rovuice. The 25 best in the 'est will go to Ottawa for tr'ain- ng, from there the all-Canadian earn will go to compete in the wide school in Bisley, England. Melvin Jones is in Camp Bor- on, Man., for six weeks of hysical and recreational train- ing. Brian McKenna is al Vernon, .C., for a cadet leader instrac- ir course of six weeks' dura- on. Two weeks of cadet leader aining at Camp Shilo, Man., eginning Aug. 1 will see the Ilowing Fort Macleod boys articipating: Kenny Gemmell, ordon Mackintosh, D e n n is agson, Chris Moses, Michael nowles, Calvin Edgar, John obinson and Bill Fraser. CORRECTION WRENTHAM (HNS) 'Mor- an Lynn Rockcnbach, recently ie recipient of a bachelor of rience degree, is continuing s. education in the field of lycobiology al Holy Cross ospital in Calgary and is not orldng at the hospital as atcd in a recent news article, lie Herald regrels the error. APPLIANCE CLOSE-OUT SALE! WE LIST TWO OF MANY BARGAINS ADMIRAL 16 PLACE SETTING PORTABLE DISHWASHER 6 cycle, maple top. List SELL-OUT PRICE ADMIRAL 13 CU. FT. COMPLETELY FROST FREE REFRIGERATOR lisf SELL-OUT PRICE '249 '249 BERT {.MAC'S STEREO COLOR TV 3IS 7th STREET S. PHONE 327-3232 "Serving South Alberto for Over 31 Years" NABOB COFFEE OFF 2-lB. Miracle Whip 32-oz. jar KING SIZE r L mU Detergent TOP VAIU Canned Pop ,ins 12 for J.39 TOP VALU BEANS and PORK 28-oz. TINS CANADA NO. 1 CALIFORNIA Lettuce Wieners Ib. Gainers Superior all beef, bulk.......... B.C. CHERRIES Shrimp 'r. I Fish v chips WE RESERVE THI RIGHT 10 LIMIT QUANTITIES ;