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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, Juno 6 1970 under the leadership of coach Bob Fetric COALDALE (HXS) No meetings of tiie Coddale Com- munity Hospital Women's Aux- iliary mil be held in July and August. The recent spring tea ar.d ba- zaar was successful. Volunteers are needed to j man the twice a week auxiliary tuckcart. It was decided to re- cruit teen-agers from the com- munity. Mrs. J. F. Oliver has volun- teered to continue baking and decorating birthday cakes for patients in the hospital. mm TIME Company requires respa sible man or woman to re- fill snack vending machines with national brand products. Can net dependable person excellent second income. Ap- plicant must be honest, ener- getic, have serviceably cor, devolo 8 to 10 hours weekly and be able to invest to for inventory and Equipment. Routes establish- ed. No selling. More info pro- vided if your letter contains details on self. When writing please include phone number. Sunway Distributing Ltd. Suite 2100, Place de Ville Ottawa 4, Ontario STIRLING (HNS) The board of the Stirling school dis- trict approved the 1970 budget at its recent meeting, reducing its supplemental requisition by 6.4 mills, based on the equal- ized assessment. The reduction from 18 mills in 1969 to 11.56 in 1970 was Wins Degree LOGAN, Utah C. Bruce Richards of Aetna has com- pleted all requirements for the degree of master of science in manufacturing engineering at Utah State University. Mr. Richards prepared pa- pers on "cost accounting in a municipal public works depart- ment." He studied on a scholarship from the American Institute of Plant Engineers; the first to be given in Region Six. He be returning to Cal- gary's engineering department. ilr. Richards is the son of Mrs. Hazel and the late Nephi Richards. Mrs. Richards re- sides in Cardston. He is mar- ried to Betty Purnell, formerly of Cardston, and the father of three children. He received the bachelor of science degree at USU in civil engineering in 1955 CREDIT MEETING FOR Election @f Officers IN LETHBRIDGE CONSTITUENCIES TUESDAY, JUNE 9th 8 p.m. ALLAN WATSON SCHOOL 6th AVE. AND 21st STREET SOUTH MEMBERSHIPS AVAILABLE AT THE MEETING made possible by the revisec formula for the provincial gov ernment's School Foundation Program, coupled with econo- my measures including staf reduction of two teachers. The reduction came after provincial stipulation that a! school administrations cut back on education costs. It was rec ommoncled by the governmen that this be two mills per yea: over a three-year period. Total effect of the reduction is that school costs in the Dis trict will be cut considerably Seminary graduation exer cises were held for Taylo Stake students recently in Ray mond. A banquet, exercises and dance were enjoyed by gradu ates and post graduates. Stirling has one post-gradu- ate, Bruce Christensen; gradu ates included Jean and Joan Perrett, Janice Hardy, Cind> Hill, Dale Lynn Perrett, Caro Ann Adamson, Judy Eaves Brian Peterson, John Christen sen, Larry Webster1, Freddie Komcril, and Paul Zaugg. Concluding activities for the Stirling groups included a pan- cake breakfast and a hay-ride, weiner roast and dance in the evening. The Young Women's MIA held a social evening at the homo of Mrs. Farrell Nelson honoring Mrs. Douglas Chris- tensen who has been serving as a counsellor in the mutual exec- utive. Mr. and Mrs. Christen- sen, with their family, will be leaving in July to make their home in Medicine Hat. Announcing ;adiiauds At Cardston CAR-DSTON (HNS) Prob- ibly the largest senior cmss in he history of Cardston High, School was in attendance at the 370 graduation exercises. A tolal of 126 graduands were lonorcd. Doug Alston, fonncr princi- pal of the Cardston High School :md now director of liberal edu- cation at the Lcthbridge Com- nunity College was guest speaker. lie advised the students that to be successful, they must be enthusiastic; ambilicus; cour- ragcous; work hard; and learn to know themselves. The annual Cardston High School Student of the Year award was presented to Rus- sell Braylcy. He- is a Grade 11 of the Cougar- ettc, a member of the High School "13'' Basketball team and also participated in bad- minton. Mrs. LeRon (Marine' Bisson) Harker made the pres- entation. She was the first one to re- ceive tlus award in 1957. Grade 12 honor students are Denise Draper. Philip Matkin, Patricia Odeil, and Diane Smith in social studies ;B; Shelley West, chemistry 30; Vaughn Andersen, James Mc- Hugii and Jim Scott in mathe- matics 30; Carol Miller and MAICQ SMITH-JONES HEARING AID SERVICE Now located ar 618 3rd Ave. So. Phone 328-5447 MR. liRAYLEY Marlene Thur received diplo- mas in Business Education. Grade 10 honor1 students are: Sharon Holland, Dennis Brooks, Brenda Hoff and Gordon Shi- deler. Grade 11 honor students Spackman, Geraldino Schow and Linda Allred. The Willard Brocks Math Trophy was presented to Jim Scott 'by Mi'. Brooks. Cardston High School student body president Rod Walburger was M. C. Miss Rita Johnson gave the review of activities. Miss Patricia Dower was vale- dictotian. Special presentations were made to staff members Miss Shirley Kopitzke, Mrs. Lotus Reichle, and Miss Verna Wickham by Brian Spackman. A flute solo was presented by Grant Cahoon. Miss Debra Hartley sang the theme song "When You Wish Upon a Star." Opens Practice BLAIHMORE (CNP Bureau) Dr. James Lim has com- menced practising dentistry in affiliation with Dr. H. B. Burg- man in Blairmore. Dr. Lim, a native of Hong Kong, caime to Canada in 1965 and graduated in dentistry from the University of Mani- toba in 1970. I Dr. Lim's wife will arrive in I Blairmore to take up residence in September. 251 12th St. 'B' N. Phone 327-0403 MANUFACTURERS OF ARBQRITE PERSTORP and FORMICA AR5 REGISTERED TRADE-MARKS These products are decorative plastic laminates GRACE-LINE POST FORMED COUNTER-TOPS Made fo order for the modern kitchen. Note the beauty of the molded back-splash and the no-drip front edge. Made of high pressure decorative plastic laminate. Standard GRACE line tops cue available in a variety of colors, marblo and waocigrciiii. PER LIN. FT. S.75 Pcrsforp AB i turers of plastic lam DECORATIVE PLASTIC LAMINATE WITH MELAMINE SURFACE B is one of Europe's largest manufac- laminate, manufacturing decorative minates as early as 1923. ATTRACTIVE FOR VOLUME PURCHASES WE STOCK PERSTORP LAMINATE In a great variety of modern solid colors, patterns, realistic wooclgrains and marble. Headquarters for all laminate, cabinet and door hardware and adhesive requirements. Dealer inquiries invited. PLANT and SALES OFFICE OPEN MONDAY THRU SATURDAY A.M. TO P.M. MATERIALS PRICED F.O.B. PLANT Write a paragraph of 25 words or less "MY DADS THE GREATEST" 3 CHOSEN Q BICYCLES PRIZES AS PLUS Gift Certificates For The Dads negotiable at any DOWNTOWN BUSINESSMEN'S ASSOCIATION MEMBER STORE (the stores with the DBA Decals in the windows) A Happy Day for you and your Greatest Dad! Entry Deadline June 18th Winners Announced June 20th Use entry below or pick one up at DBA Member stores. Mail CJOC Radio or any DBA Retainer. SPONSORED BY YOUR LETHBRIDGE DOWNTOWN BUSIISSHEK'S ASSOCEATSON Watch For The Posters Downtown. r ENTRY FORM: Name; Address: Father's Name: Phone: My Dad's the Greatest ;