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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 9, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta DISTRICT Pretty soft! RICK ERVIN photo Four-months-old Keith Denhoed of Coalhurst grabs some shut-eye velopment program for preschoolers. John Boon, director of the Barons- while mom paints. Coalhurst women are putting the Legion building Eureka Health Unit social services department, won approval for the project into shipshape order. It will be used for the Coalhurst parent-child recently. Mrs. Casey (Fiona) Denhoed is chairman of the steering committee. LDS Relief Society luncheon winds up season at Clareshobn CLARESHOLM (Special) The LDS Reliaf Society conclud- ed the season of weekly meet- lings with a program and lunch- eon. During the summer meetings will be held once a month. Following a study of the les- son. Mrs. Avard Toone played GRADUATES! John Richard Kovacs, son of Mr. and Mrs, John Kovacs of Coaldale, recently received his Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from ihe University of Cal- gary at convocation held at the Jubilee Auditorium in Calgary. He is the recipient of the Association of Profes- lional Engineers Gold Medal in Mechanical Engineering, John received his high school education at Kate Andrews High School in Coaldale. Me has presently accepted a po- sition with Schlumberger of Canada. a piano solo; a vocal duet was given by Mrs. Allen Gallup and Mrs. Leroy Rasmussen; and a contest was conducted by Mrs. Albert Rodgers. Luncheon and a social time followed. Little League under way Indian Hill SPRING COULEE (HNS) Little League practices for boys aged 9 to 12 is under way here. Practice 5s held Tuesday nights at 7 o'clock at the Spring Coulee ball park. Coaches are Steve Kunimoto and Ron Hansen. From 18 to 21 boys show up for practice. BOB TRECHKA EXCAVATING Backhoe and Loader SERVICES PHONE 7324440 PICTURE BUTTE Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Decoux, Resident Rep., PhonB 562-2149 REPORT your i ii ii i The Lcthbridge Herald Correspondent in Your Area MONARCH MRS. JACOB DEKKER................... 327-9541 MOUNTAIN VIEW MRS. MAXINE HANSON................. 653-2377 NANTON MRS. MARY BENSON.................. 486-2322 NATAL, B.C. MR. PAUL CHALA 425-6641 NEW DAYTON MRS. ELTON DUEIL....................733-2110 MRS. STEWART SKEITH 733-2104 NOBLEFORD MRS. GORDON LUCHIA 824-3346 Contact these people for your District News or C.astified Advertising 5 graduands honored at Stirling By RUTH ZAUGG Herald News Service STIRLING Five graduands were honored at a banquet here recently. were Judy Hirsche, Bret Drewry, Scot Perrett, Zoltan Nagy and Spencer Zaugg. This is the smallest class to ever graduate from the Stirling High School. Twelve years ago this class entered Grade 7 with 21 stu- dents. Most of these families moved to other areas while some were the Mennonite group who left to have a school of their own. Next year's class will be back to the average of 12 students according to the present enrol- ment of Grade n. The evening's guest speaker, Dr. David Steed, was introduc- ed by vice-principal Jack Hic- ken. Mr. Sicken told the choice of a speaker was made by the graduands and he has never known a man with such aca- demic and business success and yet continue to have the talent to give understanding and friendliness to both younger and older people. Dr. Steed paid a tribute to all the teachers of the school who all are known to take time to know and help each student. Dr. Steed stated this world is "quite a a depressing jiace where suicide rates are iigh, people are not safe in their own homes or on the streets, where the drug problem may soon be as serious as the pres- ent alcohol problem, Hi-C group enjoys outing to Elaine Montana CLARESHOLM (Special) An outing sponsored by the Hi- C group was held at Blaine Lake, Mont., recently. Present were 24 young peo- ple. With leaders and their families the group totalled 41. Leaders present were Dr. and Mrs. Alan Macleod, Mr. and Mrs. Don Pronyshyn, and Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Fjordbotten. It was the last outing with the leaders, Dr. and Mrs. Larry Hoogeveen. Dr. and Mrs. Hoog- eveen left Monday for Cabri, Sask., to visit the parents of each. They will then go to Indiana, U.S., to headquarters of the Cowley church, to mark 69th anniversary COWLEY (HNS) The Foothills United Church at Cowley celebrates its 69th anni- versary Sunday. Rev. Robert Putman of Pincher Creek will speak. The service is scheduled for p.m. The Pincher Creek senior choir, under the direction of Mrs. Ralph Cleland, will sing. After the service there will be a social hour in the church parlor. It is hoped that many of the Cowley oldtirners will be able to attend. View the beautiful windows installed in memory of the late Mrs. I. Irwin. Slow pitch under way SPRING COULEE (HNS) The men of the Spring Coulee area have formed a slow pitch ball team. They practice Wednesday evenings at at the Spring Coulee ball park. They arc in a league with Ma- grath and Del Bonita teams. Church of God to be commis sioned to the mission field in Kenya, Dr. Hoogeveen to serve cs a medical missionary. Honor Atkins WARNER (HNS) The lo cal chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met recently at the home o Mrs. Darlene Smith. Mrs. MaryAnn Atkins ant Mrs. Connie Eliason presentee the program on oratory. The sorority's new sponsor Is Mrs. Isabelle Dickson. At the mother's day tea, Mrs MaryAnn Atkins received the girl of the year award and the yearbook award. Members honored their moth- ers with a program and a long stemmed yellow carnation. Hostess gift was won by Mrs. Joyce Martens and the MEETS JUNE 13 PINCHER CREEK (Special Pincher Creek and Dis trict Historical Society will meet in the museum at 8 p.m Wednesday, June 13. Coming out to the June meeting is a good way to contact the collec tion committee. People with articles to give or loan to the society may get in touch with Mrs. Corinne Bovden at 627 Mrs. Jean Tucker at 627- 3092, or Mrs. Gladys Taylor al 627-3613. ANNOUNCEMENT The Glenwood, Cowley and Pincher Creek 4-H Beef Clubs wish to invite everyone to the annual 4-H Achievement Day to be held on Monday, June llth at pm. in the Pincher Creek Arena. The sale will be held at p.m. the same day. No admission will be charged. Please come out and support these young people. WE HAVE MOVED to 2640 2nd Avenue North Authorized dealers for AMBASSADOR OVERHEAD DOORS Available in five medels wood panel, fluid plywood panel, metal, aluminum, and fiberglass chain lift pr electric lift. Also-TAYLOR STEEL RESIDENTIAL DOORS IN ONE PIECE OR SECTIONAL FARM BUILDINGS HOMES WAREHOUSES CONCRETE WORK KITCHEN CUPBOARDS, ETC. FOUNDATIONS AND FRAMING Call 328-1393 After 5 p.m.328-5976 ED FLAK CONSTRUCTION GENERAL CONTRACTORS aeiuraoy, june inc HIKALD 3 Fording Coal team wins NATAL (HNS) -The sur- race mine rescue team from Fording Coal took first place in the provincial rescue com- petition held recently at the Phoenix Mine near Grand Forks. The Kaiser Resources team placed third. The Fording team was coached by Ed Mark. It was under the direction of Ben Ramage. He has had some experience in underground mine rescue. Team mem- bers were Rick Grieve, Bud Clarke, Jim Wrigley, Dan Wilson and Leno Benetton. The problems involved re- moving an injured man from a head pulley on a conveyor in a mill, lowering him to the ground and giving him the necessary treatment. The second problem was removing an individual from a power cable standard after he became hung up on a live cable. He had to be lowered to the ground and treated. The team captain of the Kaiser Resources team was Fred Venzi, Jr. and the vice- captain was Ron Epp. Other team members were Lawrence Schlender, Jack Beard, Ed Plessis and Ole Rothcl. The spare was Horst Gandner. There were six teams in the competition and all made a good show of their techni- ques. The team placing sec- ond in the competition was the team from Brenda Mines. Picnic Sunday COALDALE work bee and picnic for families will be held at the Indian Hill Golf Course southeast of here Sun- day from 10 a.m. until 7 p.m. A free supper will be served at 5 p.m. Admission fee is three hours work by father or mother. Recreation director W. D. Geldert says "bring old cloth- es, spade, shovel, hammer or rake." Directions: Go east on Coal- dale Main St. for seven miles, south two miles, east one mile, and 3% miles south (follow the Phone 345-3746 or 345-3576 for reservations. DIRECTOR OF NURSING For a modern, active 34 bed general hospital, 100 miles from Edmonton on one of the main highway! north. Preference will be given to applicants wilh N.U.A. course and supervisory experience. Personality that allows for firm but fair relationship with employees, medical staff and community. Please state qualifica- tions, experience, references and salary expected when applying to.- ADMINISTRATOR WHITECOURT GENERAL HOSPITAL BOX 1080 WHITECOURT, ALBERTA A Man's World Of Fashions for v FATHER'S Remember him June 17 with a Gift from McGUIRE'S, Certain to Please GIFT SUGGESTIONS: if SPORT COATS if BLAZERS if TURTLENECKS if KNIT SLACKS if SWEATERS if WOOL SLACKS if WALKING SHORFS if DRESS SHIRTS if SPORT SHIRTS Stil! in doubt? Give a McGUIRFS GIFT CERTIFICATE! FREE! We will pleased to personalize your shirt purchase wilh your MONOGRAM limited Time Only) DOWNTOWN en FIFTH STREET SOUTH ;