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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Permits pass million-mark TABER (HNS) A car wash, laundromat and four new residences were the major items of building permits issued in June for a total construction value of bringing the six-month total to The 1972 total as of June 30 stood at June residential permits to- talling included new homes for James Graham at 4612 50th Ave., Rudy Tajcnar, 5102 56th St., and two building by Revelstoke Companies Ltd., 5421 57th St., and at 4610 50th Ave., Commercial buildings started in June included a car wash and laundromat by Ronald Budd at 5126 46th Ave., a furniture warehouse by Wright's Home Furnishers on 58th St. south of 56th Ave., extension toCalgary Power Ltd. office, and addition to Cass' Family Res- taurant, Residential permits this year lagged behind 1972 as compared with while commercial building was well ahead as compared with due to the Hotel being constructed this year. July 11, 1971 THI irmiKIOOt MIRAI3 Celebrate anniversary July 21 Mr. and Mrs. Ben Dunn of Picture Butte will celebrate Sundial area until 1956 when they moved to Turin. In their 63rd wedding anniversary from 2 to 5 p.m. Satur- 1965 they retired and moved to Picture Butte. Attending day, July 21, at the Picture Butte Elks Hall. They were will be 13 children 51 grandchildren and 54 great-grand: married at Alexandria, Minn., in 1910, and farmed in the children. Miss Stokes receives gifts LOMOND (ENS) Mss Arlene Stokes, bride elect of Ken Hart, was honored with a shower at the Lomond Commu- nity Centre. Lunch was served by mem- bers of the Armada Commu- nity Club, Lomond Commu- nity Club, Good Mil Club and Birthday Club. Head table guests were her mother, Mrs. Amy Stokes; the groom's mother, Mis. Doreen Hart; Mrs. Terry Stokes, Mrs. Arlene Stokes, Mrs. Beth Bea- ge and Mrs. Lynn Orsten. Timber Trails achievement day Kims gopher derby Myron Verburg of Milk River will run the Canadian Open Gopher Derby at the Milk River Bonanza Day Aug. 6 Derby time it 1 p.m. There will be a lottery on the fleet- footed little pure-breds. Anyone may enter by sendng the entry fee with their name and address to Eugene Cody at Milk River. Entries close Aug. 1 at 6 p.m. Mr. Verburg says a gopher will be drawn from the racing stables pro- vided and that gophers will race under the entrant's spon- sorship. "You may provide your own gopher, otherwise it will be furnished." There are nine events. COWLEY (HNS) Recently he Timber Trails 4-H Multiple Club held its achievement day in the Cowley Community Hall. Mr. Buries led the photog- raphy section and Mrs. Thibert the sewing section.. Master of ceremonies was Miss Chris Lank. Brenda Dewart explained the principles and aims of a 4-H Club. Debbie Simpson told of the activities and achievements of the photography section. Mrs. L Marr commended the club on its activity and excel- lence of the exhibits. The Timber Trails 4-H or- ganized for its year in late Sep- tember. They decided to re- form as a multiple club with photography and sewing sec- tions. Mrs. E. Lank was the general leader with assistants Mrs. H. Delinte, Mrs. S. Doug- las and Mrs. J. Thibert. Mrs. N. Mowatt assisted when possible. The year's program included business sessions and social af- fairs such as a record hog, a Christinas program, and a tour. More district on page 15 Voyageurs set to see capitals CARMANGAY (HNS) Two Carmangay students, Laurie Fraser and EMon Hubka nave been selected along with 18 others from the Vulcan County to participate in the Young Voyageurs student exchange. They win leave July 29 and travel by bus to Edmonton where they will be shown through the legislative build- ings. Then they will travel by train to Ottawa for an over- night stay and a tour of the Parliament buildings there. They will tnen travel to Que- bec where they will stay until their return home Aug. 12. Two students from Toronto are expected to arrive July 16 to stay with the Frasers and the Hubkas to complete the student exchange. Gwillems mark 50th anniversary MONARCH (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Alex (Bill) Gwfflem of Monarch were honored on their recent 50th wedding an- niversary. Mr. Gwillem was born in Oklahoma and settled in Al- berta in 1907. Mrs. Gwillem was born at Butte, Mont., and came to live in this province in 1920. They were married at Leth- bridge June 18, 1923, lived in the Nobleford district until 1949, then moved here. They have three daughters, Mrs. T. (Margaret) Roberts of Monarch, Mrs. T. (Jeanette) Clark of Consecon, Ont, and Kim, at home. They have eight grandchil- dren and three great grand- children. About 250 guests attended aa open house held after a family supper. COLOR SPECIAL FORT MACLEOD Reflec- tions in Scarlet and Gold, a half hour television color spe- cial, features Fort. Macleod as it is today, paying homage to its rich and colorful past and looking forward to a second century. Be sure to watch it on Channel 13 CFCN TV at o'clock tonight CARMANGAY WINS CARMANGAY (HNS) Car- mangay Little League ball players won first place in the B division in a ball tournament held at Vulcan last week. The Babe Ruth ball team lost out in the semi-finals when Noble- ford defeated them, winning two games out of three. JOINS COUNCIL CRANBROOK (Special) Southern Interior Lumber Manufacturers' Association, representing most of the major operations of the vast Kara- loops and Nelson Forest Dis- tricts, has agreed to associate membership of the Council of Forest Producers. PLANT FISH COLEMAN (CNP The Coleman Fish and Game Association says a number of fish plantings were made in this area recently. The fish were brought from the Raven Hatcheries at Caroline. A total of yearling rainbow trout were planted in the Allison Dam; in the Coleman Fish and Game Dam; and other 800 at Bnrmis Lake. BIBLE CAMPS LOMOND (HNS) Bible camps for youngsters aged 9 to 11 wffl be held at Sylvan Lake from July 15 to July 20. Pastor Jim Rismiller will be the dean. The following week, July 22 to 28, students 12 to 14 years old will attend camp under Pastor Wayne Berg. BEAVERS MEET GRANUM The Willow Creek Beavers met at the home of Mrs. C. Wesley. Hostess prize winner was Mrs. J. Kroetsch. The dub will serve lunch at Blunt's Nursing Home in Fort Macleod on Aug. 7. i Rules Elks Don Harrad of replaces Ron of Coieman as district deputy grand exalted ruler of the ElKs' District 2. He has held all offices in the Elks' Lodge 81 at Fernie. He has been a member for 12 years. Mr. and Mrs. Harrad have three children, Donald, 10, Shauna, 8, and Mario, 2. Scouts cook fish STIRLING (HNS) A five- day Boy Scout outing was held under the guidance of scooters Dave Steed, Burton Hartley and Rick Meeks. The 16 boys learned to struct a lean-to of sticks and plastic for shelter, and also built fire-alters to cook the fish they caught as well as their regular grub. The camp was made on Lee's Creek and from there hikes were made, including one to the U.S. border. Rafts were made and tin scouts swam in a beaver dam. The final night parents came to inspect camp and have a program and cook- out. SALESPERSONS Two experienced Agricultural and Utility Sales People Wanted to Sell the CASE Line of Tractors and Tillage Equipment. Guaranteed Wage plus Commission and Car Allowance CALL Lethbridge Farm Equipment ltd. 1263-2 AVE. SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE PHONE 327-4494 ON ALL PONTIAC BUICK G.M.C. DOWNTOWN on FOURTH AVENUE SOUTH PHONE 327-5705 ;