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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Sgtuiday, July 11, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 MOUNTAIN VIEW BREEDER WINS-McKenzie Bros. Ranch of Mountain View copped grand champion female honors at the recent Olds Agricultural Fair with ihis Red Angus May yearling heifer. TOP BULLS AT FAlR-Mounlain View breeders, the McKenzie brothers, and Coal- dale breeder Frank Slezina show the lop Angus bulls at the recent Olds Agricultural Fair. Slezina took the championship wilh yearling, right. McKenzie won reserve championhip honors wilh classy junior yearling Red Angus bull. OLDS AGRICULTURAL FAIR WINNERS-Cattls from Bonila Valley Del Bonita, owned by G. R. Powlesland and B. G. Powlesland, left; end cattle from Birds- eye Ranch, Mountain View, owned by Mr. and Mrs. Don Hanson won honors at the Olds Agricultural Fair retenlly. Birdseye Polled Hereford! placed first in the cow and calf division, placed first in the group of four ond won the Premier Breeder Award. Powlesland Herefords placed second in the group of four and well up in other classes. There were more than 100 Hereford entries. Miss Slimmon Honored ETZIKOM (HNS) Carol SL'mmon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Neil Slimmon, was guesl of honor at a miscellaneous shower held recently in the Etzikom Community Mistress of ceremonies was Mrs. Julius She read a compiled history with snapshots of the couple. It was later presented to Miss Slim- mon. Valerie Brower played sever- al piano selections. These were followed by a short shadow skit Miniature umbrellas and red rosettes spelling out the guest- of honor's name adorned the gift table. Prominent feature 'of the decor was a arrangement of garden flowers and a huge um- brella. The hostesses had also pre- pared corsages from local gar- dens to be worn by Miss Slim- mon and her immediate rela- tives and prospective relatives. Assisting the bride-to-be in the unwrapping were her Iwo sisters, Shell and Debbie, the Ihe prospective groom's sister, Debbie Lee and a friend, Jo- anne Nikiwski, with Linda JUT- kat arranging while her cousin Sharon Wesley recorded. Rose bowls of fresh garden flowers bedecked each guest table at the buffet lunch. A white cake decorated in green and yellow topped with two wliite doves and rings under an umbrella centred the head table. -GRAIN STORAGE -HOG BARNS -POTATO STORAGE -DAIRY BARNS CATTLE SHEDS HAY STORAGE MACHINE SHEDS GARAGES Contact In Tha Field UNITED FARMERS OF ALBERTA CO-OP LTD. 3131 2nd Avt. N. P.O. Bex 130 328-5531 600 Tour Birdseye Dy HANSON Herald News Service MOUNTAIN VIEW More than COO people ate dinner at Birdseye Ranch here recently after touring several ranches on the Southern Alberta Here- ford Club lour. They visited the DV Ranch; Emery Bonertz Ranch, where Hockstein and Hardy showed cattle; Ihe Eddie Schmidt place; C. A. Parry's ranch; Jenkins' Handle and Birdseye. A week later1 about 25fl people took part in tire All Breed Tour sponsored by the Cardston office of the department of agri- culture. This crowd was fed at Frank Smith's place at Moun- tain View. They toured the following places: J. Merrill Hillspring; Jenkins Ranclre (Horned Twin Bulte; Morris Palmer, (Cliaro- Caldwcll; McKenzie Bros., (Red Angus, Cald- well; Birdseye Ranch, (Polled Mountain View; and Frank Smith's Ranch, (Simmen- Blumell Heads Two Schools By DELIA B. WOOLF Herald News Service RAYMOND Raymond will introduce a new system for Uie new school term iji September. One principal will hold the position as principal for two schools, senior and junior high schools. James Blumell has been ap- pointed to the position after having been principal of the high school for ons year. County of Warner education- ist see many advantages to the new system. There will be two assistant principals, D. M. Miller and Caldon Hill. Staff members are Kay Anderson, George Bohne, Robert Brandley, D. M. Broad- head, Williard Brooks, Reed Dahl, Brian Dudley, Mrs. Marie Dyck, Grant Erickson, Duane Forsyth, Robert Gibb, Bfuce Holt, Max Holt, Mrs. Barbara MacPhee, Mrs. Phillipa Meeks, Rex Nielson, W. W. Nalder, John Nalder, Gerald Palmer, H. Dean Rolfson, Mrs. Kather- ine Holfson, Melvin Spackmaji and Mrs. Jennie Vance. The librarian is Mrs. Alice Humphreys and Ihe stenograph- er is Mrs. Vivian Bourne. Mr. BlumeU has drawn up the full time-tabl.e with tile approval of stall members. At the present lime there is a study being made to make a major change in the building. The County of Warner1 school committee is looking into the need for an addition lo the schools. The- old portion of. Uie school is not sufficient for the present needs. Money wiU have to be spent on this portion of the building to keep it in repairs. It lias been proposed to de- molish the part known as the "Opera House" and replace it with a modern structure. Athletes Win Awards COALDALE (HNS) Out- standing athletic accomplish ments during the 1969-70 school sfiajon were not overlooked at the recent R. I. Baker Junior High School Students' Union Awards Day. Receiving sports awards in- cluded the following: girls' soc- cer Roberta Harrison, cap- tain of the Baker learn. It was winner1 of the Coaldale-McNally League. Basketball Anne McGiffl- vary, captain of the winning Baker Triumphs; Werner Expl Rocks Valley OS1O11 PINCHER CREEK (Special) An explosion caused by a jroken Shell Oil main feeder gas line was heard by many residents of Gladstone Valley recently. Spiralling black smoke pin- pointed the site on a hill south- west of the Clint Runsey place. The Pincher Creek fire de- jartment was called lo help teep Ihe fire from spreading in Ihe heavy stand of pine rees along Ihe righl-of-way. After the line had been shut off it was found a steel pipe lad broken on Uie bottom and he explosion caused a large iole at the site. Two power xries were burned and the un- derground telemetering system was broken. There was no threat of sour gas spreading in the area be- cause the fire alleviated this. Bible School Scheduled COALDALE (HNS) An nter denominational vacation Bible school will be conducted here from Tuesday, July 21, and continue weekdays until Friday, July 31, at the John Davidson School. Classes for the nine days will be from 9 to a.m. All children ages four lo 12 jiclusive are cordially invited Lo attend.- Mrs. Frank Goertzen is the co ordinator and superinten- dent of the school. It is a joint effort through the co operation of a number of the local churches. The theme for this year is "serving God." Activities will include Bible stories, singing, handicrafts and recreation.. Schmiegelt, captain of the Baker Boy's Olympias. This team won both the Coaldale- McNally and the County of Lethbridge Tournaments; Co- captains Jeff Bryant and Wfir- ncr Schmiegelt look the trophy for the Baker Boy's All Star Team. It won the Wilson Junior High School Tournament. Track and Field Girl's Cross County Event to Delynn Harrison, Grade 7, Marvel Har- rison, Grade 8 and Roberta Harrison, Grade 9; Boy's Cross Country Event winners were Ken Siebert, Grade 7, David Janzen, Grade 8 and David Willms, Grade 9. Both Marvel Harrison and David Willms were first place winners for ths second year in a row. County of Lethbridge Track and Field Meet resulted in three class championships earned by Baker students. They were: Werner Schmie- gell, midget boys; Brian King, Banlam Boy's and Sandra Vasclenak, Bantam Girls, table tennis senior girls' doubles: Amy Yamamolo and Rita Woelke; Senior Girls' Sin- gles, Amy Yamamdto; Senior Plan Program For Reserve In Montana FORT MACLEOD (SpeciaD- Trinity United Church Hi Cs and their leaders, Mr. and Mrs. David CoutLs, enlertained a group of teen agers from a Methodist Church in California. The students wet'e accom- panied by nine adults. They had travelled via Vancouver and Banff and were en route to Browning, Mont, where they will set up a pre school train- ing program for Indian chil- rcn. They will be on the reserve for three weeks. 50 Mothers Entertained At School TURIN (HNS) Mrs. Haughian's Grade 1 and 2 class and Mrs. Ssvcrtson's Grade 2 and 3 class entertained about 50 mothers at Turin School re- cently. Mrs. Haughian's pupils had various ihytlimic games while Mrs. Severtson's pupils had plays, choral readings, and songs with Mrs. Hammon at tile organ. These were a culmination of the enterprise Grade 2 and 3 had finished on their study of Japan. The mothers were served tea with Japanese cook- ies. VISIT CITY Mrs. Severtson and her 2G 2 and 3 pupils went by bus to Lethbridge to visit the Nikka Yuko Garden and Sir Alexander Gait Museum. The trip culminated studies on Japan and early pioneers. Mrs. Audrey Odland, Mrs. Shirley Oseen, Mrs. Nola Oseen, Mrs. Avis Pettie, Mrs. Roy Thomas and Mrs. Vicky Dunn accompanied them, enjoying a picnic lunch at noon in Hender- son Lake Park. Mrs. Scvertson was pleased to have these mothers come and is thankful for the help they gav.e. She also thanked their van driver, Joe Swartzenberger. boys' doubles: Henry Bergen and David Friesen; senior mix- ed doubles: Linda Klassen and Henry Bergen; junior boys' sin- gles: Rudy Granson; junior boys' doubles: Rudy Granson and Manfred Schmold. MR. AND MRS. ENNIS Blairmore Couple Congratulated Brian King Heads Union Of Students COALDALE (HNS) Brlaji King is the president of the R. I. Baker Junior High School Students' Union for the 1970-71 school term. Others elected recently in- clude: Delynn Harrison, first vice president; Mary Harms, second vice president; Brenda Burton, secretary, Joy Hoyano, treasurer; Don Tsujiura, busi- ness manager; Marvel Harri- son, social convener; Bob Gir- bav, publicity; Sandra Vase- lenak, sports convener. Staff advisors named Mrs, Lorraine Hill and Sclu'elke. Don VISIT FRIENDS WARNER (HNS) Rev. and Mrs. Ken Oswald, Lavine and Lowell from McCluslry, N.D. are visiting relatives and Wends in Ihe Warner. Milk River and Lelhbridge areas. By VEIIN DECOUX Crowsncsl Pass Bureau and Mrs. Delhert Ennis of Blairmore marked the occasion of their jolden wedding anniversary at an open house at their home. Many of their friends and rel- atives called. A family supper was held in the evening when the couple was presented with a family tree photo and a purse of money. Toasts were proposed by grandsons Delbert and Joey Chabillon and Grace was said by grandson Bob Zak. Tele- grams of congratulation were read from Premier H. Strom, Lieut.-Gov. Grant MacEwan, Governor General Roland Mich- ener and Prime Minister Tru- deau. Mr. and Mrs. Ennis were married in Blairmore United Church on June 29, 1920, and have resided her'e since. Min- ister at the wedding was the well known late, Dr. W. A. Young. Mr. Ennis, 75, was born hi Ontario, June 5, i895, and came west to Frank, Alberta before 1903. Mr. Ennis is one of the survivors of the Frank Slide that fell on April and claim- ed more than 60 lives. FIRST SCHOOL Mr. Ennis also has tile dis- tinction of having attended Blairmore first little two room red school house and was one of the first students to allend the first tivo rooms at what is today the Blairmore Elemen- tary or maui school. During his early years he worked as a rig driver in Blair- 1 more and later worked at var- ious jobs on Ihe prairies one of which was on a construction crew building the Lethbridge street railway. In 1919 he be- gan working for west Canadian Collieries mine in Blairmore and concluded his employment with (he company as a hoist- man in 1957. He worked for several oil companies after leaving the mine and Is presently engaged at home gardening and putter- ing about his home, FROM HILLCREST Mrs. Ennis, the former Alice Lote of Hillcresl, is 69 and was bom in Staffordshire England Sept. 27, 1900. She came to Canada in 1911 with her par- ents and settled in Hillcrest where she attended school. Her hobbies are crotchet, fancy work, flower gardening and playing bingo. The couple has two daughters Mrs. H. (Mildred) Zak of Cole- man, Mrs. Joe (Eleanor) Clia- billon of' Blairmore, one son, Ronnie, of Calgary, 12 grand- children and five great grand- children. Clinic Set WARNER (HNS) The Border Counties blood donor dinic will be held from to 9 p.m. Tuesday, July 21, in (he Warner School. The following communities are involved: Warner, Milk River, Stirling, Craddock, New Dayton, Wrentham, Skiff, Fore- most and Allerston. Donors are needed, Canadian Hed Cross blood transfusion service officials said. Indian-Metis Fastball Set For Brocket Aug. 1-2 PINCHER CREEK (Special) The second All Indian Metis Fastball Tournament will be held at Brocket Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 1 and 2. Eight teams will participate (double knockout.) Entry fee is -S30 and in prize money will be awarded. For further information, con- tact Margarel Yellow horn Blood Clinic RAYMOND (HNS) A Ca- nadiar Red Cross blood (rans- fusion service clinic is schedul- ed to be held from to 9 p.m. Wednesday. July 22 in the LDS Church hall at Welling. This blood doncrs' clinic wUI involve donors from Welling, Raymond. Magrath and numer- ous Hutterite colonies in Ihe area lhal have always respond- ed generously. WANTED SCRAP IRON NOW PAYING MORE FOR ALL TYPES OF SCRAP METAL Form Industrial Anything Made of Iron! COPPER BRASS RADIATORS BATTERIES CAST IRON- Ek. Truck Truck Crane Service National Salvage Company LIMITED NEW LOCATION 206 33rd Street North Phong 328-1721 "Scrap It Our Buliness" (phone Entry fees should be sent to Donat Stump, Brocket, no later than July 25. The tournament is being host- ed by the Peigan Warriors. In other news, Mrs. Hose Old Man Chisi, formerly of the Blackfeet Reservation in Mon- tana expects to celebrate her 104th birthday this year. She has forgotten the exact day, although Indian agency records show she was born in 1870. Mrs. Old Man Chief be- lieves she was horn about the year Abraham Lincoln was as- sassinated, five years earlier lhan Ihis. She was born at (he olf agency near Choteau and is one of the oldest members of the Blackfeet tribe. She has two sons, Louis. Yakima, Wash., and John, of Browning, Montana, wiUi whom slie lives. Mrs. Old Man -Chief does not leave her home very often now, although she can recall riding eight or nine miles to church on horse- back. Mrs. Old Man CWcf Is the grandmother of Mrs. LoAnn Crowshoe of Brocket. ARGO SHEET METAL FURNACE INSTALLATIONS SPECIALIZING IN OLDER HOMES PHONE 328-3022 COUNTRY NEWS These Are The lethbridge Herald Correspondents In Your Area BLACKIE MRS. MARGARET MONTGOMERY P.O. Box 141 CRANBROOK NANCY MILES (Special) 304 iih 51. I. ETZIKOM MRS. THIKLA 1HNIS................... Gen. Del. FOREMOST GEOFF. TA6G.......................... lox 381 FAITH MM. 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