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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Nobleford athletes collect awards BILL GROENEN photo Regions crops doing well Most Alberta crops are reported in excellent and the heads of grain crops are filling rn some areas. Fernie hospital opens SPARWOOD The new Rerme District Hospital was opened June 22. The invocation was given by Rev R Korsyth. and the welcoming remarks were given by Father .1 J. who is the Hospital Board Chairman Vcrnon Uphill spoke on behali of the Lloyd Philips represented the East .Kootcnev Regional Hospital 'District and the BC Hospital Association was represented Mi .1 D Bradford Patients were transferred from the old hospital to the new facilities July 2 Fire hall and ambulance service employees and many volunteers helped to perform what hospital administrator Nick Vacurevich described as of the smothest moves a hospital has ever The first haby born at the hospital was born July 2 even- ing at 7 45 He is Tyler Duffer Morran. son of Mr. and Mrs. Monty Morran Both parents are teachers at Fernie. The Rogers9 Prize- Winners are here. Fifty delicious prize-winning recipes of the more than 5 000 entered m Rogers' Recipe Contest have now been assembled m a new cook booklet that's you is FRtE for the asking Just send your name .irul address to THE K'.cipis PO Box B.C. V6B Hero's a sample from that new collection of bright ideas iibinp Rogers' Golden Syrup You'll find everything from Fruit Flip drink to Do-Ahead Beef Stew among The Prize Winners. Creamy Fruit Salad Dressing Rind of lemon tsp sail tbsp lemon f g cayenne 3tbtp Rogers' Golden 1 pkg 07 Syrup cream cheese Sell Hi Oil Put oil mtjrcilipnts in blender and blend until dull Serve over fruit saldd NOBLEFORD The Noble Central School awards day was recently con- ducted by Senior Student Union Shirley Sjogren. Elsie Elder sponsored the awards for elementary floor with Mary Ann Goldade making the presen- tations The rookie of the year award for the girls went to Betty Crotty and the boys award went to John Waiand The most valuable player award for girls was won by Donna Pearson and Herbie Groenenboom was the most valuable player for boys. Receiving the Royal Cana- dian Legion Auxiliary trophies for top teams were Brenda Bclink for the Hotshots and Bruce Stetar for the Super- stars Chris Burton presented Micheal Slomp and Julie Jackson with the trophy for winning the House League. The team captains for Cambridge had 253 points for atheletic endeavor and 96 points foe academic achievement. Glen Secretan presented academic tabs to the follow- ing students for attaining an honors Debra War- Linda Kathy Doug Karen Rita Barbie Nancy Wayne Isabel Glenda Patricia Hof- Linda Lee Cindy Shannon Susan Kathy Shelly Harry Delbert Danny Mary Jean' Delia Laurel Lynn Brian Nella Helen Anita Cheryl Barbara Joan Julie Sherry Carolyn Jane Steenbergen and Janie VanEsveld Individual trophies were presented the Noble Central square draw winners for curl- ing to the Trevor Esau rink. hoy curlers skipped by Brian placed third at the curl off at Milk River and received a bronze medal at the mini winter games. Siray was supported by Gary Devin Luchia and Shawn Peters. The Harrington Stetar trophy went to Stanley Sjogren and his rink for winn- ing the junior bonspiel. Sup- porting Sjogren were Marty Chris Brady and Stanley Ross. Medals were presented to the individual aggregate winners in track and field. Reveivmg the medals were Cheryl Atkinson and Darcie Enckson each with 24 points for class Colleen Schmidt with 18 points and Keith Veldhuis with 22 points for class Shannon Spencer with 22 points for the second year in a row and Craig Deimuth with 28 points for class Jackie with 24 I points and Darwin Babb with 30 points for class 9. Both are repeat class winners. Class 10 saw Benita Groten with 20 points and Timothy Bartosek with 24 Alvera Aardema won class 11 with 18 points along with Dale Erickson and Allan Steenbergen tied with 18 Karen Klaus with 30 points and John Steenbergen with 40 points for class Barbie Siray with 32 points and Fred Hann with 38 points Coaldale celebration date set COALDALE The Coaldale and District Chamber of Commerce met recently to begin co- ordinating the annual Coaldale Settlers Day celebrations This the event will be held Aug. 3. The day will commence with a pancake breakfast from 7 to 9 p.m. on main street. The parade will begin at 11 a.m. on the same route as in previous years. It is expected there will be 14 sections in the parade to provide for a large variety of events. Bill chamber presi- dent urged any organization wishing to participate or spon- sor an event in the day of celebrations contact chamber for class 13 and Gwen Luchia with 40 points and Ned Jankunis with 26 points for class 14. Trophies were awarded to John Steenbergen for being overall aggregate winner for the boys with 40 points. John also set 3 records. Gwen Luchia received the girls' overall aggregate trophy with 40 points. Gwen set 4 records. A total of 72 new records were set at the 1974 track meet at Noble Central. Art Bareham presented all medals and trophies to the winners. Chris Burton presented each member of the Noble Central girls volleyball team with a crest for winning the league for the second year in a row. This same team won a bronze medal in the mini winter games. Isabel MacLean was awarded the most valuable player trophy on the junior girls basketball the Roadrunners. Receiving letters and atheletic tabs were Gwen Rita Glenda Konynenbelt and Veronica Jankunis. Ned Jankunis was awarded the most valuable player trophy on the junior boys basketball the Coyotes. Receiving letters and atheletic tabs were Willie Fred Tony Magierowski and Rod Whillans. Don Hildebrand made the presentations. Hans Lisowicz presented the 110 trophy to Caroylyn Phillips and the most valuable player award to Shirley Sjogren. Crests were presented each member of the provincial girls cham- the Noble Central Bladettes. The Bladettes played 28 games this past winning 25. The Bladettes scored 1279 while the opposition scored 803. Glen Secretan presented the Noble Central Blades awards to Trevor Esau as the most valuable player. Trevor will also get his name on the Lloyd Plomp memorial trophy for his achievement. The 110 trophy was won by Arthur Steenbergen. Each member of the team got a crest for being zone winners. Medals were presented each player by the provincial basketball associa- tion for participating in the provincial finals. The coaches of the atheletic teams at Noble Central were guests of honor at a supper held in the gym. Dr Frank Jankunis acted as Master of Ceremonies. Council sanctions clerk's actions SPARWOOD Actions taken by the Municipal Clerk at Sparwood to expediate servicing of the proposed 20 acre subdivision in Lower Sparwood were sanctioned at a regular meeting of council recently. The clerk had authorized pre ordering of materials and had agreed to have the land cleared. The actions were taken when it was learned that provincial approval of the pioposal would be granted immediately if the steps were taken Council also considered the actions of the clerk in withdrawing six or seven lots from the plan The lots in question are crossed by an overhead telephone wire which is scheduled for removal in 1975. The telephone company would relocate the line at the request of coun- but the cost of the estimated about would have to be borne by council. The clerk had earlier authorized the withdrawal of the lots from the subdivision plan and she sought and received the sanction of this action. Work on Magrath School CARDSTON The Cardston School Divisional Board recently announced that final plans have been the construction contract signed and work has commenced on the addition to the Magrath Elementary School The projected completion date is 1975 The new complex will house grades 1 through 12. The Town of Magrath has made applica- tion to the board to purchase the old high school building to be developed into a town recreation centre. Highlights of the new addi- tion will be a band science rooms and a modern library for the high school. The cost of the addition is Approval was given by the board for upgrading of the Magrath Elementary School gymnasium in order to meet winter games standards. This will consist of improved seating and a new score clock. Total cost to the board will be more than of which the town is expected to contribute Students of the Lee Creek Educational Centre in Cardston have contributed 000 towards the cost of the landscaping around the school. Blairmore kids given awards More District News BLAIRMORE An awards day was recently conducted at the Isabelle Sellon School with the following students receiving awards. Fred science mathematics social studies 7 and sportsman of the Roger elementary house league cap- Ellen Jane language arts Douglas mathematics Lori mathematics language arts Tammie Upham. social studies 8 science 8. Bobby male athlete of the year. Ron Johnson interschool track award. Kerne Fontana. junior high girls' house league cap- Larry Trudeau. junior high boys' house league cap- Angela social studies Debbie Derenzo. female athlete of the year. Shannon language arts 7. 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