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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta "DON'T STOP US" "Don.'t stop us or won't bs able to start This is the topic of conversation be- tween Dr. M. Dahl and Jay Hamilton, both of Magrath, left photo. At right are Mrs. John Thompson, Mrs. Bart Hillmer and Mrs. Ken Marker of Magralh serving lunch to other participants of the recent Magrath High School Band walkathon on the Garden City-Del Bonita highway. Harker Photos. Dale and Lars Flatla Take Another Stroll By MILDRED Lars Flatla of in was Terry Gruningcr. Herald News every Walkaihon they witii Donald Hamilton MAGRATH Magrath High School Band walkalhon sponsor each other for 50 cents a mile. They have now entered Ririe close behind. First girl in was Kelly Zobell of Grade highly successful with 145 participants bringing in Dale made 20 miles in master Boyd Hunter and dog Spot are both An ideal warm Saturday with a little breeze made it and five from sponsors for a long for all but 30 to finish the nu'le hike oil Highway 62 south of Magrath. First one in was Dale Beef Club of Tilley. Alberta. This plucky 16-jvcarild and his Crowned At (Special) Twelve-year-old Sonia Blackwell of South Country 4-H, also with a Windermere Beef Club Heads 980-pound Hereford won the grand championship and champion in showmanship was Laurie Broderick of Wasa Beef Club, BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Alf Longworth has been elected president of the Crows-nest Pass Golf and Bank Hose Bowl at East Kootenay 4-H Achievem e n t Day Iiere. Peter Trescher, 14, also of Windermere, won the reserve championship, a McDonald, South Country and third Trey Krebs, Wasa. Among the juniors in this event Sonia Maurier was first and Linda Straus, South trv Club. Other officers are vice-president Fred S. Radford; secretary-treasurer, John Albizzati; greens committee Wilbert Hereford cross weighing pounds, and the Walkley Trophy. Third prize, Van Steinberg show equipment, went Judge of the calves was John Hay of Nanton, and a total of 04 steers were raised and mond and Gerry Pinotti; by the participating taker Herb Longworth; conces-sionnaire, Bert Drew and which also included Ta Ta Creek and Lister. gy Desaunoy; club Huscroft, C. M. "Chick" Roughead; vice-captain. Tony Vejprava; entertainment committee, Jack Golf and Gordon Bryant judged the showmanship. In the evening auction terson, Glen Poulton, Gerry Pinotti, Cam Kovach and (CNP Bureau The Crowsnest Pass Champion was sold to Fort Macleod Auctions at Longworth. The club announced a junior club will again be functioning under t h e direction of President Longworth and Mrs. Bert Drew, and it is hoped that this season the junior club can Country Club will hold a social evening for members and friends of the Club on Monday evening, June 15 at the clubhouse. Three films will be a pound, the reserve to Supervalue at 42 cents and the third place steer to Safeway at 40 cenls. other 61 steers sold at an average price of 33.4 cents extended to girls as well Sandy Sandelak of a few cents above Breweries. All persons market price, and Green fees were set at in golf and also was 892 per per day weekdays and are welcome to Chamber of clay Satin-days, Sundays social event. There is sponsors the here Friday, June still real 1 I s 0 5 f 3 town 0 n t 85c buys you finest English fish chips you have eaten. Light, delicious, fresh Mother Brown's. Not a in a boatload! 12th Avenue n Phono 328-8392 V 0 mile sUnt in and out cf ditches. There was even a doctor in (he crowd with Dr. M. Dahl and dog trudging along beside vice- principal Jay Hamilton. Nurse Helen Dahl offered en- couragement and medication when needed. Said one we'd never have made it with- out her perking us up the last five miles." Typical comments were not much did you but "How many S'andals, thongs and cool big shoes were popular the next few days. Sirs. John Thompson, Mrs. Bart Hellmer and Mrs. Ken Harker and assistants served lunch along the hot, dry way. Special recognition goes to Ronda Cowan and -Shere Ben- nett for going 20 miles. Tom Plan Paving Golf Club Access Road TABER (HNS) The paving this year of the Taber Provin- cial Park access road north from Highway 3 has been an- nounced by Douglas Miller, MLA for Taber Warner. The 2.5 miles Irom the drive- in theatre intersection to the park is a dust hazard, and hard surfacing under the High- ways Department five year program will be welcome. In making the annomice- ient. Mr. Miller said that he was pleased with the decision, nd that materials are to be secured shortly for the base course work. Mr. Miller also said that the Taber MD might be interested in paving the municipal road frorrr the town boundary west on 50th Avenue, though no de- cision has been announced by the MD council if, indeed, the proposal has been formally dis- cussed. Deer Rims Into Auto FORT MACLEOD Floris Lemire was witnesses to an incident that took place on 18th Street or he'd never have told anyone. As he was driving down the street in front of Albert Swin- arton's home a deer jumped over the fence and ran into the side of the car. Soon recovered from the blow. the. deer got up and ran down the alley. The Swinartons were out in the yard watching the animal. There have been deer grazing on the riverbotlohi. so this must have been a.n adven- ;urous fellow. Annual .Picnic Set For Miners COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) Mcroniuk. secretary of u Local of the U.MWA iss announced that the annual Miners' picnic will bo held at Knowles Ranch, north of Cole- :nan. on July 12. The picnic will start at 11 a.m. and will continue through the clay to late evening. Ar- are being made 'or a good program of spoi us, and games including tug- of-war, horseshoes and other James. Prizes will be offered. Karren Is Named Director MAGRATH (IliV.-i) Well- known teacher and former bas- ketball star Tommy Karren has been named regional direc- tor for the Municipal District of Cardslon by Ins Department of Youth. He will he one of the key officials in preparing for the Summer Games in Pincher Creek August 3-13. Playoffs will be held in each region to determine finalists for the Pin- cher Creek event. A recent workshop was held in Taber this week and dates for the playoffs will be an- nounced shortly. A toUU of 10 municipalities will be represented in eight sports. They include swim- ming, diving, horses h c e s, equestrian, trap and small bore shooting, track and field and Softball. All those 10 years of age and over are eligible to enter. David Lowry is recreation director for Magrath. Mtltjy, June i, 1970 'IHG lEIUBRILiOl MlRAUi Chamber Election arKsnirn t: I Sonars Set For Taber On DISTRICT DOINGS Fills Prescriptions SPARWOOD (HNS) The: District of Sparwood now has a pharmacist working in the area. Mrs. Joyce Cook has estab- lished a pharmacy at the doc- tors clinic adjacent to the Michel Hospital. Mrs. Cook is a native of Al- dergrove, B.C., where she was raised and schooled. She is a graduate of the University of British Columbia. Softball Action SPARWOOD from the district have organ- ized a softball team and have almost enough members to form a second team. They practice at the Spar- Secondary .School grounds at 7 p.m. Tuesday and Thurs- day. Coaches for the team arei Charlie Anselmo and Doug Morgan. Gymkhana Set oPARWOOD (HNS) Mem- bers of the Elk Valley Riding Club have received an invita- tion to participate in the Blair- more-Bellevue Hillside Open Jackpot Gymkana May 31. The gymkana, which gets under way at 11 a.m. Sunday, will feature many novelty events. Several of the Elk Val- ley Riding Club members are planning to participate. TADKIt (UN'S i A general moduli; iif Ihe Taller Chamber of Commerce will Ire held Wed- rcsday, .lime IV for the pur- nf for the 1970.71 season. Under a bylaw change effect- ed last January, the chamber's year-end changed from December :il to August 31 to eliminate a past practice of of- ficer change during the ac- tivity year which runs from summer to summer. The meeting will he held at Peever's Pantry on Highway commencing at 7 a.m. at which lime breakfast will be served. Officers elected at the meet- 35 Complete Dancing Sessions CLARES HOLM (HNS) Clarcsl'.Dlm Recreation Direc- tor Audrey Gale reports that 35 youngsters completed the first and second semester of a tap and ballet course sponsored by the department. 1 ho youngsters, mostly girls, attended classes once a week and were taught by Mrs. Lynett Tillepaugh of Calgary. A concert was presented by the young dancers with Jon Eaton, district rancher, master of cere monies. Professional dancers from Calgary also per- fcrmocl as did Mrs. Vi John- ston's choir from, the ele- mcn'.ary school. Two 11-year-old dancers were presented with trophies in rec- ognition of their accomplish- ments during the sessions. They were Linda Johnson in Grade two tap dancing and Pat Issac who took the ballet course. Reports Heard ETZIKOM (HNS) Several committee reports on agricul- ture, education, wages and psychiatry were given at the H oping Women's Institute meefing at the home of Mrs. Josephine Fauth. A' two-day conference was held at Orion June 2 and 3 and (lie Alberta Women's Institute, cup and saucer was presented to Mrs. Hannah Griffith and Mrs. Grace Disson for perfect attendance. The perfect atten- dance teaspoon went to Airs. Doreen Lee. inf; will take over thoir diiiic: in .September the recess. Membership Mills told the Chi'inber Cmmci that Ihorc arc 70 paid-up mem IKTS for a total revenue 51.135. A follow-up canvas cf .hlnr ,f i.MM-nuna-'l. rvcnl -ill 1-ld a I llv j fnink Lurrii-SU.'iriton ranged for file coming week at which time addiliona wini ships will he secured and the annual meeting will be publi- cized. In other business, the council voted full support lo Ihe Taber Town Council in ils request to j (lie Department of Highways Holders laM for an access off Highway to are the newly annexed area south jn or and west of town where a tour- fn ist accommodation develop-! ment is imminent. r< win The decentralization of High-1 scrvc fnnncr refreshment way association was indi- daring (he (ley fcr the cnnvc- cated in correspondence from association's president J. P. Bushell of Hanna. Subject to further clarifica- it is likely chambers of commerce concerned with the development of the highway south from Taber will combine in promoting the paving of the mile stretch of road. The chamber will co-sponsor along with Taber's Kiwanis and Lions clubs, a concert and barbeque for the members of the local W. R. Myers High School Symphonic Band which won special recognition at the recent International Band Fes tival at Moose Jaw. The Chamber will be re- sponsible for providing momen toes for Uie bandsmen, while the service clubs will arrange for the concert at Confedera- tion Park here and the food. Trail Ride Starts At 9 TURIN (HNS) The Turin Riding Club will bold its first trail ride cf the season. It v.iil commence at 9 a.m. Saturday, June 6, in the Turin ?ark. Anoiher trail ride Mill be ar- ranged at a later date. DOCTORATE K. Wayne Welsh, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth E. AYelsh of Milk River, recently received the degree of doctor of philosophy in mathematics at tlie Uni- versity of British Columbia. He received his early educa- tion at tlie schools of Masina- sin and Milk River and a bachelor of science Hrgrre from the University of This fall Dr. ivill leacii at the University pf .Saskatchewan, MONARCH WINS MONARCH. arch downed Coalinirst 16-8 in North County Little League ac- tion. John Schootcn was the winning pitcher and Wayne Pheiffcr the loser. HAIG CLINIC Is Pleased To Announce DR. G. DRIEDGER F.R.C.S. (C) WILL RESUME PRACTICE IN ORTHOPAEDIC SURGERY on JUNE 16th, 1970 Get a taste of the good times with Old Vienna Lively sip after sip. BREWED RIGHTHEREINALBCRTA. BOHEMIAN MAID BREWINli COI.1PAKV ;