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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Game seasons duced re her term of office. K yUUluiuiij Taber district 4-H beef show and sale winners SPARWOOD (HNS) A re- port from the department of recreation and conservation states no moose hunting will be allowed along the Elk River tliis fall. In addition, the moose season in the East Kootcnay will be shortenend. An increased real population is wanted by biolo- rists. The antl'crless elk season ha been eliminated in the Rocky Mountain trench. This has bee advocated for some time b hunters in the area. The report from the department says the closure of the antlerless elk sea- son is designed to protect de- clining populations. Range deterioration and range shrinkage by forest suc- cession have resulted in a marked decline of the total elk TABER (HNS) Visser of the Taber 4-H Beef Club was named winner of the Kenneth ment of agriculture, Edmonton highest rate of gam at ECAUSE OF EHSON'S EAUTIFUL UDGET 22" ACCUtO'OR AWARDS DAY awards were ,he recent owords days held at the Kate Andrew, High School in Coaldde. Ir, photo at left, Prmapal Harold Huntrods presents the Citizen of Year owords to Pat Osh.ro and Bryan Drewry. In right photo Dick Osh.ro presents Athlete of Year Awards to Monika Bodie and Richard Low. Awards day at Kate Andrews __. ._ _______ chant came in first place, the V-Cross club second, and Hays third. Showmanship judge was Car tor Curran, assistant district agriculturist from Brooks. Prize winners for the various ___ clubs were: (V-Cross) 17 members: champion Gary Red- ekop, reserve champion Tim Redekop, showmanship Bruce Redekop, rate of gain Hubert Kallen 3.05. Enchant Beef 14 members: champion Boyd Dunn, reserve champion David Geremia, showmanship Noreen Geremia, rate of gain Boyd Dunn, David Geremia and Linda West lied 1 2.286 pounds per day. Big Banner Charolais 2 members: champion Karen chmidt, reserve champion ackie Schmidt, showmanship frank Kast, rate of gam Gerri Schmidt 3.41- pounds per day. Hays Beef 24 members: champion Shannon Hleuka, re- erve champion Lloyd Tilleman, showmanship Richard Willis, ate of gain Loreli Roll 2.57. Taber Beef 13 members: champion Kenneth Visser, re- serve champion Ian Sangstcr, showmanship David Reti, rate of gain Kenneth Visser 2.94. Grassy Lake Beet 10 mem- bers: champion Theresa Matz, reserve champion Rose-Ann Szigle, showmanship Geraldine Knibbs, rate of gain Geraldine Knibbs 2.85 pounds per day. Bon Ayr Beef 25 members: champion Bruce Francis, re- serve cWampion Laura Ander- population. The deer season in game management Area 11, will re- main essentially the same, but the goat season has been short- ened by three weeks, in view of the decline in the number of sightings. The province-wide limit on goats has been reduced from two to one. The stricter regulations ap- ply to other parts of tie prov- nce depending on the game situation in each. In June the department warn- n ed that permit hunting of elk may be oorring, but at that time said this could not be ac- complished before the 1972 sea- de- RCA't COALDALE (HNS1 Kate Andrews High School in Coal- dale recently held it's annual award presentations to pay rec- ognition to those students who have given of their time and effort to the betterment ol school life during the past year. Highlighting the awards day was the selection of Pat Osluro as the female citizen of the year while Bryan Drewry was the male citizen of the year. A spe- cial presentation was made to Emily Stringam and Charles Coe for their help to various student council activities. The female athlete of the year at Kate Andrews was Monica Bodie. Male athlete honors went to Richard Low. Other service awards were as follows: For Sen-ice: Students Coun- cil Pat Boulton. Bryan Drew- ry, Gayle Tsujiura, Rhona Thompson, Chris Pearson, and Patricia Oshiro. Library Hulda Bergmann, Brenda 'Clark, Iris Dick, An- nette Herget, Sylvia Zahk, Don Jahn, Bill Mallieu, Shirley Jan- zcn, Anita Siemens. Special Committees Grade 12, banquet, Debbie Fujita and Carol Dyck. For Fine Arts: Drama Sheila King, Vernon Rowley, Shologan, Ed Dick, Richard Low, Henry and Werner Schmiegelt. Girls' Basketball Monica Bodie, Barbara Rollingson, Dorit Schmiegelt, Linda Wilmot 2.86. Yearbook Anne Bergen, Donna Murray. Wednesday Noon Bulletin Donna Matolsci. Radio Club Ian Luco, Don Jahn, Frank Sehimmel. Tony MacDonald Bechtel. and Tern Art Betty Braak, Bonnie Moynan. Music Marilyn Kasner, In- grid Frouws and Jeanetle Frouws. Special Award (printing) Herb Sych. Athletics: Boys' Basketball- Discover the (golden touch of excellence serve son, showmanship Ben Schmidt, rate of gain Jody Wenbourne .86. Vainhall 19 members: champion Marvin Redekop, re- serve champion Johnny Geers, showmanship Cheryl Skrettmg, and Karen Brecka. Curling Donna and Gayle Tsujiura. Malolsci Cheerleading Trudi Wight and Debbie Voth. Football Gerhard Schmold, Dennis Ncufeldt, Richard Low, Frank Hubert, Wayne Oliver, Terry Gould Hawke, Robert Huff, Pat Shologan, Charles Guenther, Doug Foxall, Barry Ontkean, Robert Chabay, Biyan Drewry, Henry Pauls, Don Quapp, Jim Corey, Robert Uhryn. sowmansp rate of gain Rodney Unruh 2.86. Hays Pee-Wees 10 mem- bers: champion Shauneen Ham- mergrin, reserve champion Terry Wolfer, showmanship Kelly Kress, rate of gain Pam Tilleman 2.50. Pens of five: champion Can- dace Tilleman, Hays, reserve champion Sanora Staples, Hays, third Mervin Hedekop, Vaux- ball. Two breeding classes, heif- ers: champion Lawrence Rede- kop, reserve champion Ben District doings Teacher honored TURIN (HNS) The com- munity of Turin honored Mrs. Palmer (Madaline) Severt son at a buffet supper recenth Mrs. Severtson has left Hie Turin teaching staff. She taught here for four years. She lives on a farm southwest of Enchant and commuted each day during the school year to Turin to teach Grades 2 and 3. Mrs. Severtson has been teaching for 19 years. During the years she has taught at various schools including Moose Jaw. Sask., Medicine Hat, Travers, Enchant and 10 years in the Vulcan county. In tribute more than 125 per- sons attended the supper. How- ard Dunn was the master of ceremonies. Powerful volt color chassis. Computer tested integrated circuit, automatic color pun lier, slide-out chassis design. Compulei signed for optimum color accuracy exclusive occu-tint. 49895 Warner takes first A mellow marriage of our finest whiskies Available in 72 and 25 oz. sizes A prestige product of Canadian Schenley Distilleries lid. WARNER (HNS) A learn of men and women from the Warner Volunteer Fire ment have returned home from competitions held in Olds. The Wa-ner firemen won a berth in the provincial hoselay- ing competitions to be held in Westlock Sept. 11. There were twelve mens' teams, one from Ban-head, two from Sherwood Park, two teams from. Olds, one from Letlibridgc. Coaldale, South Cooking Lake, Crossficld, Standard, Camrose and Warner. Six Ladies' teams were from Carr-rose, South Cooking Lake, Sherwood Park, Warner and two teams from Olds. These 26 teams represented an area from Barrhead in the north to Warner in the south. Aggregate time on four run: in the 'make and break' an< 'gaicd Y' was: Warner fire with 75.24 seconds; Sherwood Park second with 75.73 second; and Olds third with 76 seconds The Olds' ladies team first. On the men s team from War nr-r wore- Earl O'Donnc' Will Troidl (fire Bob Jones (sccon coupling) and Frank Gray (noz zle) Ladies' team included Dot ittman, Ev Gray, Dixie Jones nd a spare from Olds coin- leted the team. Air strip proposed SPARWOOD (HNS) Grave 'rairie, located in the Elk Val- cy, has been proposed as a site or an air strip to serve the Sparwood area. Elk Valley Air Service had suggested that this area be used as an air field at meetings with the Municipal District of Spanvood. The British Columbia Avia- tion Council is interested in see- ing that an airfield is establish- ed in the area. IVUp, -----------1------- Schmidt; 2 year olds: cham- pion Ben Schmid-t, reserve champion Shane Thomas; grand champion breeding class Ben Schmidt, reserve grand champion Lawrence Redekop. Bible school COALDALE (HNS) All children four years of age and over have been invited to attend Daily Vacation Bible School in the new Mennonite Brethren Church in Coaldale from 7 to 9pm. weekdays. The school started Monday and will contin- ue to July 23. Peter P. Regier Jr., is the co- ordinator. Poor attendance FORT MACLEOD (Special) The second church service to be held in the Fort Museum was held on Sunday evening. It was poorly attended. The three churches Anglican, Presby- terian and United, engaged in joint summer services, are conducting the Fort Museum services in hopes it would be appreciated by tourists. Rev George Peters from St. An- drew's Presbyterian Church is in charge this month. August 1 at p.m. Rev. 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