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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Early child program TABER (HNS) An early childhood services program has been announced by the Taber school division. Pre-school children with an- ticipated learning difficulties may be assisted before their attendance at school. Prospective pupils between the ages of 4% to 5% years will be assessed during the week of July 9 to 13. Contacts may be made by phoning the school division of- fice at 223-3547, the health unit office at 223-3060 at Taber, or Vauxhall, 654-2232. Indicators predicting learn- ing problems in Grade 1 are given as: inconsistent use of hands, awkward muscle, move- ment, reversals hi copying and speech, and day dreaming. Ken Stoddart Grand champion Debbie Lee of the Hoping 4-H Shortgrass Beef Club, this year's all-round champion and overall winner of the Foremost 4-H Pronghorn Club, receives the Foremost Lions Club trophy from Geoffrey Tagg at the recent sKow and sale at Foremost. Playground program set CLARESHOLM (Special) Plans have been completed for the playground program to be held at the Claresbolm Elemen- tary School during July and August. Staff comprises Barbara Mc- Donald, supervisor; Lisa Char- trand, leader; and four junior leaders. The program will operate four days a week, Monday through Thursday. GRASSY LAKE (HNS) Groom's mother is Mrs. Roth were her mother, Mrs. Monica Fettig; the prospective groom's mother, Mrs. Tom Roth; Mrs'. Madalene Gravelle; Mrs. Sharon Howells and Mrs. Shirley Jensen, both sisters of the bride. Miss guest Sheila Fettig of honor at was the a recent bridal shower in the Assump- tion Parish Hall. Seated at the head table manages bank TABER (HNS) T. Kenneth Stoddart took over as manager of the Taber branch, Bank of Montreal, recently. His previous banking service was at Edmonton and more recently at Ponoka. Married with two children, Mr. Stoddart is active in ser- vice club work, plays golf and curls, and is a coach for hock- ey and baseball. His family will arrive here when accommodation is ar- ranged. Mr. Stoddart succeeds Eric G. Leigh, bank manager here for 11 years, who has been transferred to Thorsby, south- west of Edmonton. CWL MEETS GRANUM The Catholic Women's League held its last meeting of the season at the home of Mrs. P. Dorner. Mrs. L. Dunlop reported that new cement steps had been install- ed at the church. It was decid- ed to bold a yard cleaning bee in the faH WwlntMiay, July 11, THIIITHMIDOIHHAIB 18 1 District News In Brief SELECT FOUR FORT MACLEOD Mrs. Myrna Campbell recently host- ed members of the Country Beavers club at the final regul- ar meeting of the pre-vacation season. The first matter to be given attention was the final- ization of plans to hold their anniversary celebrations, the date being set for July 28. In this connection, the group was asked to select delegates to ap- pear on TV, Channels 7 and 13 at a.m. and 2 p.m. res- program is one of a series which will be shown in conjunction with Fort Mac- leod's 1974 Centennial celebra- tions. Those selected for inter- view were Evelyn Edgar, Ma- bel Collar, Lil Hatton and Jean Alcock. GRADUATES HIGH RIVER Dorothy- Ann Humfrey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Humfrey of Mazeppa, graduated from the Foothills Hospital school of nur- sing. Miss Humfrey received her education at Ridgeview and High River high school. She is on staff at Holy Cross hospital, Calgary, on the cardiovascular unit. PROJECT 'HOMES' HIGH RIVER The Oppor- tunities For Youth project "HOMES" is under way in High River. The letters stand for Help, Opportunity, Maintenance and Encouragement from Stu- dents. The project activities centre around working in peo- ple's homes doing all types of chores such as cleaning, er- rands, yardwork, reading and writing. The service is de- signed for senior citizens who cannot do these things for them- selves. CAYLEY WI CAYLEY The June meet- ing of Cayley WI was held re- cently. Following their meeting the 16 members motored to Wil- low Creek Park, west of Stave- ly, where they enjoyed a very pleasant afternoon and supper. 170 PINTS HIGH RIVER The blood donor clinic in High River was another success with 170 pints of blood contributed. Long- time donors were presented with scrolls and pins by Ken MacGregor of the Red Cross. Raymond Duncan of Cayley re- ceived a 20-donation pin; EWon Seney of Blackie and Dale Charlton of High River both received 35-donation scrolls; and Les Mallett of High River received a 20-donation pin. TURNSTILES CLICK MtLLARVDuLE The warm sunny weather helped maKe the 68th annual Mfflarville Races another success as some people went through the gate. Ron Brock of Calgary had horses entered in eight of the nine races and came out a win- ner three tunes, including the fifth race for the Kieran mem- orial cup. The Healy family from Cardston also did well, coming up with both first and second place in the opening race and having another win in the sixth. LUTHERANS CAMP CLARESHOLM (Special) Under way in Quale coulee on the Burton ranch southwest of here is a three-week ranch camp for young people. It is sponsored by the Peace Luth- eran Church here and Pastor Richard Hanson is in charge. Last week there were 18 camp- ers and Pastor Bortnan of Bow Island assisted. FAIR PRIZE LISTS PINCHER CREEK (Special) The 1973 fair prize lists are now available at the Pincher Creek Co-op, Higa's Phar- macy, Cornyn's Drug Store, and the IGA store. Anyone not having a membership in 1972 can pick up their prize lists at these stores, while this year's members have all received one through the mail. There is a limited supply of these lists. The parade this year will be co-ordinated by Brad Sawyer. The Canadian Family Store FIELDS 318 6th St. S. Phone 328-6566 TOWEL SALE Special Purchase Chain Wide Towels By Caldwell These low prices let you sleek up on Towels by Imper. feetions on these famed towels are so slight they won't affect the wear, or look of these handsome towels. GROUP 1 BATH IF FIRST 6.98 SAIE 29 HAND IF FIRST 3.98 SALE .99 1 GROUP 11 BATH IF FIRSTS 3.98 -SALE.. i .99 HAND IF FIRSTS 1.98 ..SALE.. 99 FAQ CLOTHS Thick end thirsty in large 11x18 White only. Fringe ends. BATH TOWEL Jacquard terry. Fringed endi. Gold, blue, pink or green. FACE IF FIRSTS 98c ..SALE.. Available at AH Stores 51 Stores Serving B.C. and Alberta While Quantities last-USE YOUR CHARGEX SALE: THURS., FRK, SAT., JULY 12, 13, 14. Preventive Social Services Peter Moore begins Aug. 1 PJNCHER CREEK (Spec- ial) Effective June 1, Pre- ventive Social Services was reorganized into two sep- arate programs, the Crows- nest Pass organization and one for Pincher Creek. The area served by the. Pincher Creek program in- cludes the town of Pincher Creek, municipal district and the village of CowUy. Garth Turcott, chairman, and Juan Teran, Bob Toney, Edith Whipple, Gordon John- son, Ron Wallin and Pam Putman 'constitute the board of directors. At a recent board meeting, Peter Moore was hired as director counsellor. He will commence his duties Aug. 1. Mr. Moore is employed by the department of health and social development at Slave Lake.. He will be moving to Pincher Creek with his wife and two small children. Charles Gale is continuing to offer counselling as- sistance in the interim and may be reached at the Blair- more PSS office at 562-2331. The Pincher Creek office will be closed for staff vaca- tion until July 24. LAYER LOOK The Wigs MOM-PLUS SKIN-PLUS GO-FREE ON THE PURCHASE OF ANY TOUR TRADE-IN IS ACOTTAWE RECARMBS OF CONDITION RNAL THREE DAYS MERLE NORMAN COSMETIC BOUTIQUE COIUGE MAll WONI WM52S ;