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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE IE1HBRIDGE HERAID Saturday, 3, 1971 Queen City wants queens PINCHER CREEK QUARTERHORSE SHOW jportsored by tho 4-H Rein- ng end Training light Horse Club. JUNE 9 AND 10 JUDGE: Wayne Poison, Montana FRIDAY: YOUTH SHOW Western Driving Class; Pole Sending; Barrel Racing; Trail Class; Jumping; Paik Race; Mido Race. SATURDAY: QUARTERHORSE SHOW Halter Classes; Quarter Horse Jumping; Reining Pattern; Trail Cluss; Pole Bending; Riding Pattern Far further information or entry forms. Interested people may phone or write MRS. NORA PETERS Pincher Creek, 627-2235 Queen City of the Kootenays, Nelson, B.C., will host visiting queens from British Columbia, Alberla and the United Slates during the Diamond Jubilefi celebrations. This annual event will take place din-ing the jubilee festivi- ties which are held August 6tlt through 12th. Included on the schedule of events are the queeu parade, queen pageant and ball, barfce- quc and rock concert, Canadian Heavyweight fight, and Jubilee Variety Show with Rich Little Catherine McKinnon ant! Tiny Tim. Interested Queens in the Lethbridge area are asked t' contact the Lethbridge Cham ber of Commerce for further in formation and r c g i s t r a tion forms. CHINOOK PENSIONERS AND SENIOR CITIZENS ORGANIZATION "SENIOR'CITIZENS WEEK SPECIAL" TEA AND HOME BAKING SALE Wed. June 7 p.m. GYM 2, CIVIC CENTRE RAFFLE DRAW CROWNING OUR QUEEN EVERYONE WELCOME TEA 25c NOW OPEN THE UNICORN 405A 2nd AVE. S. PHONE 32B-0901 STUDENTS HIRE BUS Emma-Jean Grade three students at Gilbert Paterson School used their own funds to hire a city transit bus to lake them to the Macleod Students raise own money Museum in Fort Macleod yesterday. The students raised over to cover expenses for their enterprise education program. Faulds, Photo family life No handouts for these youngsters! By MAUREEN JAMIESON Family Editor At yesterday afternoon, Grade 3 students from Gilbert Paterson School bounded a b o a r d a bus they had hired p.nd paid for themselves, and set out on a trip to tiie Maclecd Museum. "I'm a strong believer in re- ceiving education by visiting different said teacher Emma-Jean Bokovoy. "They carried on expert- ments with this kind of thing in Chicago and found it even raised the level of intelligence. "This was made very plain to i me when we visited Ellison EATO N'S Ulills, and all these other. During a trip to Ellison Mill- thu class has toured. I uig( sne said, director Art Green "We've made our own books on gave the children samples of etnbridge government, city or- ganization, the mayor and his duties, and council. The class has visited tlie city police and RCMP stations, along with many local indus- Iries including Calelli Habitant Lethbridge Concrete Swifts, Canadian Western Seed Processors, she said. "If the children are really in- terested, these businesses in LethbridgD really go out of their way {or us. They're very, very co-operative, and make their business very, very plain for the children." One businessman, said Miss Bokovoy, was so impressed by the enthusiasm of her students, he p i 1 e d them into three cars and took them to see the source Simmons Adjusto-Rest Coil Mattresses Ths Ostermoor beautiful Deauville cover. Rosetons and olive on ivory background with 512 firm Adjusto- resl coils for comfortable sleeping support. Micro quilt with Sim-foam while felt upholstery. Matching box spring has heavy gauge coils with anti-sway stabilizers. of the raw materials for las product a 10-mile trip. Miss Bokovoy's students know what to look for w hen they go visiting. "I laid the groundwork when the days were she said, "and they know what to do, what to ex- pect, and what to ask lor." A visit to the classroom, list- ening to the students talk about their tours and leafing through their carefully-kept notebooks is an illuminating experience. The youngsters display a wide knowledge of the functions of civic officials, the operation of local businesses, and an ex- tensive vocabulary. Tho visits have value In many areas ot study, accord- ing to Miss Bokovoy, such as "language arts, spelling, social studies, science, even arithme- tic. They finished Grade 3 spell- ing course and went on to en- she said. nples lour made from different kinds of wheat and some yeast. For their next science pro- iect, students mixed the flour and yeast with a few other in- gredients, waited for a reaction, proved that carbon dioxide was generated, then baked the mix- ture. The result was buns and jam. How did the children get the money to cover expenses? The education department cannot afford to underwrite the pro- gram, said Miss Eokovpy, and the class scorned asking for handouts. "I rolled 500 pounds of pa- said Eric, "and made Everyone helped." "Fraches use them in their flower the teacher ex- jlained, "and ECv.'spS' jers saved mean less pollution. ,Ve're very keen on pollution." Kevin, Tommy and Drew col- lected pop and beer bottles and sold them, "and collected pa- 3ers for said spokesman Tommy. Roxanne helped Erie with the newspapers and collected pop bottles. Miss Bokovoy and another teacher sold plant slips, and Donald dragged his mother out to help him collect bottles. Randy "started the ball roll- Ing by collecting bottles. 'They wanted to pay a little bit for their education aiid help out said Miss Bokovoy. "But they've kept up with their school work and their homework. It means a little more work for everyone. "We made over 560. I think that's pretty good for eight- year-olds, don't by MAUREEN JAM1ESON MOW DO YOU COPE with a socially-imaccepiable cat? Until the Duke strolled regally through our door tlirea years ago, and took over house, family and refrigerator, I had disliked cats, thinking them pretty insipid animals. Insipid the Duke is not. It took him a while to get us fully trained, but now it's pretty obvious to everyone we know who's boss around our place. Certainly no one else is so picky about food, and none of us lias the nerve to take over Ihe chair he has appropriated for his own use. He's also laid down certain ground rules. No car rides, no fish only one kind of cat food, no other feline intruders and double helpings of Kentucky Fried Chicken, which he can smell about four blocks away. On the other hand, he's pretty long-suffering for a ty- rant. While he goes out of his skull it anyone brings another animal around, lie submits to being dressed in doll clothes and wheeled around in a buggy. I have seen Mm ignominious- ly picked up by his tail, without demur, and hidden under clothing, he has been smuggled into schools, movie houses and beds without a single meow. What's more, the day I fell over him and broke his tail, all he did was swear pretty strongly, which was a relief be- cause I was fully expecting to be torn to shreds. The Duke is the neighborhood swinger, frequently stag- gering home with an ear that needs stitching back on, or an abcess in need of lancing. That's why the ear is on his no-no list. It usually means a visit to his bitterest enemy the vet. On the other hand, the vet is never particularly happy to see the Duke either. His lordship, expressing himself in no uncertain terms, stamps his feet, cusses and hollers at Ite top of his lungs, disrupting all the other patients. They part with mutual relief. Re the shady side of his character several people in our area are beginning to assume martyred looks when tliey see us coming these days. We have a neighbor down the road apiece, where he used to stop in for a snack and a gossip with the cat of the house. Last year, for some unknown reason, the Duke took a big, enthusiastic bite out of our neighbor, which left her hobbling around with an infected leg for abcut six months. I talked myself into believing it was an accident, but then he turned around and bit her arm, which was also out of ac- tion for a while. Yesterday was the straw that broke the camel's back. He visited, was courteously made at home, invited to dine and threw up all over the place. Another home-from-home where be is no longer welcome, is our back-ail ey neighbor who left a chicken to cool on her kitchen counter. The Duke looked in, "figured it was a sitting duck, and got the bird! To tell the truth, even our relatives are becoming dis- enchanted witli our cat. Last winter, my mother came soiling through the door In a fur coat. Duke took one look and his fur stood on end. Tail twitching with rage, and screaming insults, he leapt up and took a fair-sized chunk out of her anatomy. Mother was not happy especially when, defending his lordship, we insinuated the coat was dead cat. Deep down, though, we're all very attached to the which is just as well, considering that paying for damage and keeping him In fried chicken keeps our budget running in glorious technicolor like red! THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes BUY StTS AND SAVE. Mallrejj and box spring. Special Special, each piece MATTRESS AND BOX SPRING. Set size 4' and Special- set SPECIAL, each piece QUEEN SIZE MATTRESS AND BOX SPRING. 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