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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta ___ Friday, July 53, 1971 THE IETHBRIDGC HERALD 3 COOL JOB Crowsnesl Pass opporlunity for youth workers Alan Serra of Bellevue, Ron Krywolt of Frank, Jackie Peressini ond Deborah foyer, both of Blairmore, transport bricks across the Crowsnest River for camp fire- places. Second photo shows Maureen Longworth, left, of Blairmore, ond Beverly Hoslett of Coleman. They work- ed at guiding the raft into shore. Decoux Photos Mini-ferry moves bricks across Crowsnest By VERN DECOUX Crowsnest Pass Bureau BLAIRMORE G e 11 i n g bricks from one side of the Crowsnest River to the other, when there is no bridge avail- able, may pose a problem to some workmen but the ingenu- ity of a crew of young 'Pass people working on the "Oppor- tunity For Youth Program" soon devised a successful ferry sendee across the stream. They were looking for a sup- ply of bricks to build fireplaces in local camp shelters. Requir- bricks that would withstand heat, they felt those trom the old brick houses on the eastern outskirts of Blairmore would serve the purpose in a most ef- ficient manner. The house was dynamited in 1967 when the town decided to I have torn down a number of go out on a clean up cam- old abandoned buildings, pauit- paign. After demolishing the I ed the building the problem of the bricks across the stumped some of the workmen. There are 20 younu working on the program. They river local people Blairmore, trimmed hedges around town, cleaned up local picnic areas and are doing a general but much needed and appreciated cleanup of the Mrs, Rulon Butler suffers severe injuries CARDSTON (HNS) Mrs. Rulon Butler of Hillspring is still in critical condition in the Cardston Municipal Hospital following an accident at the farm Saturday. Mrs. Butler had been pinned between a pickup truck and a haying machine. Her husband found Irer. It 's believed the truck rolled back, pinning the woman. She suffered serious internal injur- ies. In another district accident, Scolty Hanson, 9, of Birdseye i Ranch, spent several days in the local hospital after suffer- ing a severe kicking by a horse at the ranch west of here Young Scotty was cleaning out the barn when his shovel hit the horse. Scotty was caught under the horse which kept kicking. He was taken to the hospital by his parents, Mr and Mrs. Don Hanson. He suf- fered bruises and a broken arm and was unconscious for many hours. SCOTTY HANSON Miss Chesney feted wilh shower ETZIKOM UINS) A mis- cellaneous shower was held to honor Miss Marlene Chesney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Chesney, in the Elzikom Com- munity Hall. Mrs. Clayton (Sylvia) Robin- son was master of ceremonies. Assisting the bride-to-be in the unwrapping of her gilts was her sister, Miss Phyllis Chesney, and a cousin, Miss Carol Chesney, while Mrs. Tony (Cicilia) Kreil recorded and another cousin displayed them on the stage for viewing. A bridal cake made and deco- rated by Mrs. Sylvia Robinson graced the bead table at lunch time. Cake was passed among the guests by the bride-lo-bc. A set of kettles was present- ed to Miss Chesney from the hostesses who also sponsored the shower. Athletes get tips COALDALE track and field clinic will be held at pm. Monday, July 26, at the Kate Andrews High School grornds. Garden City celebrates on July 24 MAGRATH will celebrate its 72nd anniver- sary Saturday, July 24, with a full" day's celebration. The Lions will serve break- fast at 7 a.m. Magrath Cardston March- ing Band of 80 school members will demonstrate the skill which won the first for brass bands at the Lethbridge parade and third at the Calgary parade. It starts at 10 a.m. with a program and luncheon to follow the parade. A swimming demonstration begins at at the pool. Newkirk takes over Napi centre P1NCHER CREEK (Special) __ Reggie Newkirk of Leth- bridge, has been named to the >osition of exec u t i v c dir'ec- or for the Napi Friendship As- sociation, by the board of direc- .ors of the association. Mr. Newkirk, 27, married with one child, comes originally rom Brooklyn, New York. He las degrees in arts and science and history, from the Univer- sity of Le'.hbridge, where lie studied from 1968 to 1971 Although planning to go into the field of education. Mr. New- kirk recently stated he felt im- pelled to work in an area where be could be more effective. The na'.ure of this change is mainly of institutions. He pre- fers the broader field of the Friendship Centre move m e nt. The most important feature working with and for i, still his fundamental mo'.iva- j Mr. Newtek's duties start Sept. tion. 1 In the past Mr. Newkirk has worked with the Napi Friend- ship Association in three of j their popular hot seat pro- grams, and has become well- known in the Pincher Creek- Peigan Reserve area. The current director, Peter Cresswell, announced his resig- nation in April, after having IlKGGIE NEWKIRK served for over three years within the Napi Association. He will, however, continue to work with the association and Mr. Newkirk until Christmas, when he departs for New Zealand. Insurance stays put TABER School Division No. G will leave its general insurance covera g e with Robinson A g e n cies Sportplex backed Taber- r Representations were made COALDALE (HNS) a re-} by two competitive agencies at cent meeting of town the school board's July meet- Mrs. Dorothy Pickering on be- j ing. Rates quoted were higher half of the John Davidson i than are currently being paid. School, presented a cheque of! The board was also advised to Deputy Mayor Ben Riemer for the Coaldale Sporls- I plex Fund. The money was raised students and teachers on j Tabloid Sports Day at the end of the school term. that increased enrolment in the student group insurance pro- gram from 38 last year to 133 had effected a premium reduc- tion from to S2.05. At the lower rates it is expected more students will join the program. ADHERING EGGS Most fish that spawn in muddy water have eggs that adhere to vegetation. WE BUY, SELL, TRADE AND CONSIGN ANYTHING OF VALUE COLEMAN ENTERPRISES Phone 563-3132, Coleman, Alberta PREMIER ATTENDS FAMILY REUNION Ross Ruggles, Premier Harry Strom and Wayne Ruggles, right, swap stories at the recent Ruggles family reunion at Wayne Ruggles' farm in the Lomond area. All but one of Grand- mother Ruggles' 10 children attended. Ruggles gather for family reunion Get together with the easy-going flavour of Molson Golden. It's the great get-together beer for good company and good times, Molson Golden ...the great get-together beer9. LOMOND Recently the and swings for the children as watermelons and cookies. i Ruggles families held a reunion well as races wilh prizes and aj Breakfast of hot cakes, bacon at the Wavne Ruggles1 farm in mammoth peanut scramble. was scrvcd every the Lomond area. More than For the older ones there was w Rugglcs_ 100 ,eople attended. vol.eyball, fastbail, and torse g About one year ago the Ri'g- Montana Wisconsin, Oregon, gles decided this was the year! The Rugglcs brothers sup- Ter-for the reunion, so plans went plied the foods such as fish for Ncw ahead and many committees] the first day, chicken for e 'Vcnczucla Thcre were formed and invitations second day and beef foi thc wns tcicgram from tho SCFor sports, there were slides1 Others brought bread, pies. of honor were Grandma Ruggles and her youngest son, Harry Ruggles. Harry is a missionary to Venezuela and recently left to go back. Grandma Ruggles is 89 years old and has 43 grandchildren, more than 100 great grandchildren and six-great great grandchildren. The last Ruggles reunion was held ten years ago. Motor Mower Your BRIGGS and STRATTON ENGINE HEADQUARTERS We have a complete line of Briggs and Straiten Engines from a 3 h.p. recoil stnrt to a 14 h.p. electric start. 9 H.P. BRIGGS STRATTON ENGINE Rebuilt engine with ball 4 OIJ.QO bearings and one 1 aucys honorei TTtON SPRINGS (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Leonard K. Han-ey guests of honor at a community party held in the Hunlsville School Auditorium on the occasion of their silver wedding anniversary. A novelty program was presented; featuring instrumental solcrlions. a fashion show, it poem written for the occasion by W. DiilRlicsh of Picture Biillc, and a review of the Iliinev hislorv wilh narrative by M'iss Elaine Sorgard and vocal selections by Mrs. U. D. MacPhorson ot Ifthbridgc, ;.c-rompanied on the piano by Mrs. E. II. Roller. The auditorium was decorated in a pink and silver motif for the occasion. The head table was centred with n Iliree licred wedding cake Harked by silver candelabra and floral bouquets. Unique in flic community was a mural of tho Hancy Farms sketched by local artist Fletcher Baskin. Mr. Olaf Mchlcn presented Mr. and Mrs. Hancy with a gift, of chinawarc on behalf of the community. Family presentations were made by Bruce Godwin of Hegina and by l-es Noble of Hlrill river. At. Ihc conclusion of Ihc evening a buffPl lunch, convened by Mrs. T. C. Noble and Mrs. R. G. Nolan, ws served In the 2SO guests In attendance. Guests attended from Sask., Duncan. R.O., Cut-bank, Montana, Oakland, Calif., Edmonton, Calgary, Cayley, High River, Rnmks. and other Southern Alberta points. The following day "open house" was held at the hnme of Mr. and Mrs. I.. K. Hancy when Uioy enle.rtnincd M> guests. We service all air cooled swather and combine engines. MOTOR 817 3rd AVE. S. PHONE ;