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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, June 12, 1970 THE tEIHBRIDGE HERALD Awards Days Highlight End Of School Year C.7 J Lakeview Trophies and awards don-ited by the Home and School As-S'o eitiUon of LaUeview school were pre.smitt'd recently lo; SCHOLASTIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS Judy Johnblon, Wendy Robinson, Cindy Jofinw.n, Murray Prilchard, Ryan Hay word; MOST IMPROVED STUDENT AWARDS Dlanr.e Dick, Roy Yorgascn, Povey, Rhonda Dorrcn, Diana Hufton, David McPherson; Lorcnz Sohntrt, Gordon Oliver, tie; Colleen Baceclii. CERTIFICATE OF APPRECIATION. FOR SERVICE IN THE SCHOOL MEDIA CENTER Colleen Baceda, Brynda Bell, Di- anne Dick, Jonicc Brown, Scott Craig, Susan Elliot F, Mary Jaync Fisher, Sandra Goutjh, Sheryl HamiHon, firon- da Harms, Kenneth H.irrls, Betty Hobos, Judy Betty Nolan, Laurie Olafsoii, Sharon Povey, Laurie Robinson, Janice 1 illey, Connie Thompson, Dick Van fiuskirk, Judith Welch, William Walter. House League winners re- ceive tab cre.sts provided by the physical education depart- ment of the .Lethbridge public school hoard. GIRLS HOUSE LEAGUE WINNERS: VOLLEYBALL Judy Welch, Cun- nie Thomson, Holly Maguire, Ka'thy Jackman, Patli Lien, Jenniier Chue, Sharon, Cotter, Linda Stead, Sflndre Gouqn; BASKETBALL Judy Welch, Rhonda Dorren. Joanne Gouw, Diana Mutton, Marianne, Gardner, Cheryl Nelson, Debbie Szabo, Volden; SOFTBALL Penny Johnson Debbie Szabo, Judy Johnson, Chnsime Kenwood, Norn Argais. Kim McNab, Shelly Start, Cheryl' Dudley, Lynn Ivl- soti. Donna Long Time Squirrel. GR. V FASTBALL Squirts: Rose Geworsky, Leslie Bullock, Alana Brown, Kim Ully, Wendy Terry, Kirsiy Gourlay, Ksthy E'rickson, Marianne Gardner, Shawna Harper, .Karon j Wiese, Sarah Cashrnoro; GR. VI FASTBALL Pais: Natalie Gehm, Colleen Bac-ida, Joanne i Rhonda Dorren, Kathy Begieneman, Srenda Harms, Alice Waterlield, Gerrl Thomas, Linda Stead. BOYS HOUSE LEAGUE WINNERS: HOCKEY CRESTS A: Lorenz Oohnerf, David Holland, Harvie Pocia, Harvey Labuhn, Billy Hobspi Blli Walter, Roy Yorgason, Gary Dun lop, Scott Craig; JR, LEAGUE SOCCER: Brian Rofa Inson Steed, Mark Haufe Peter Holmes, Brent Hamrell, Arthu Cordelro, Heal Povey, Jack Byam Lawrence Harvey, Donald Haig, Sie SR. LEAGUE: Harvey Labuhn (C) Eddie Sartell, Gordon Ens, Dann' SHnson, Owen Robb, Craig Harsany Darel Steed, Ron Schwartz, Kevli Gash, Allan Hogenson, Craig Stevens JR. SOFTBALL: Brent M s x well Gray Greenway, Neaf Povey Rocky Terry, Grant Sales, Marty Shi gehiro, Clarence Hunt, Locky Craig Brian Keith, Kevin Hogenscn, Larry Hewitt, Sandy Smolisk; SR. SOFTBALL: Loreni Bohnert Harvie Pocza, Owen Hayward, Roy Yprgason, Ross Mitchell, Murray Prit- chard, Daryl Harvie, Robert hall, Gary Dunlop, Robert Melntie SING ALONG WITH ME-Donna MocDonald ond her guitar provided a happy noie for the students at ihtj Dorothy Gooder School recently. The occasion was the 11th annual year-end party sponsored by the National Teen Classes Registration Starts Monday Creative dance classes and charm school for girls between the ages of 13-18 will be the first L e e n summer program, part of the 1970 Community summer Program. Registration starts on Mon- day, June 15 at the Yates from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. The dance classes will be held at the YMCA on .Monday nights at 7 from June 15-Aug. 3. Modem, jazz and creative dancing will be taught by Liz Zalys. Marilyn Ellison will instruct the charm school at the Yates from 2-4 p.m. on June 23, 25, 30 and July z. Make-up, posture, fashions and etiquette will be taught. "Back to school" charm classes wfll be planned depend- ing on the response to the first charm school. US FOB Guaranteed UIRTCH Repairing ERICKSEN'S JEWELLERY McFARlAND BIDG. Phone 327-3525 Committee Named For Council of Jewish Women, Lethbridge branch. Under the cDnvenorship of Mrs. Thelmo Caiman each child received a small gift and refreshments provided by the NCJW, in the decorated auditorium of the school. Westminster A planning committee ot nine 50 alcoholic w o m e n on members was named during a public meeting concerning an accommodation rehabilitaling house of women in Lotlibridge, Thursday evening In Uie Leth- bridge .Friendship centre. During the initial presenta- tion Rose Yellow Feet, director of the friendship centre said that there are currently at least streets in Lethbridge the and "something has to be done now." The house would be for the rehabilitation of women of all race, creed and color wbo are having alcoholic or serious social problems. The committee chosen the among 22 per-ple in at- tendance include: Rose Yellow i Feet, Albert Lapotac, native Westminster Awards were presented this week to students for scholastic achievement and sports activities. HONORABLE MENTIONS: Grade Robbie Sudiekat, Wayne Toth, Tony LeAfin Popson, Tau- bensee, Stephen Wadriell. Cindy Church, Gary Van Bu.uren, Michael St. Basil's An awards day was held cently at St. Basil's School, sponsored by St. Basil's Home asid School Association and Mr. Peter Chumik. Father Gyorkos Allan Watson, HIGH ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT CERTIFICATES Gr-ide -l -Patricia Holmes, Cyn- thia Tyssciami, Clarence Norman Stein, Patricia Watson, Larry Gent, Cabmen jrflde 5 Dnrhara Howe, Susan Sloin, Kim Stewart, Ren Forth, L.irry Si ntsky, Mnrk Irc-bMe, Nancy An- derson, Beverly Possty, RJIC Ann Sparks, MiciK-k McLton, N liny, David Wwlsori, Wilde, r Clenda A7as- J f Mackintosh, Garry from tlle guest worker; Ruth Slobixiian, YWCA; Dave Rogers, John Howard Society; .Robert Richner. Department of Social Development; Christine Puhl; Dave Owen, Wenday Procter and Rien Begieneman, Depart- ment of Indian Affairs. Wilderness Camp Open For Girls Wilderness One, a 21-day mountaineering program oper- ated by Uie Calgary YMCA, will be open tor the first time :his summer to girls as well as ooys over Uie age of j5 years. The camp is located between i _ -he Spray and Kananaskis I A _.akes on the Smith-Dorrien for- w rr estry road, 28 miles south of tanmore. All climbing is done n the mountain terrain along he British Columbia Alberta >order. Training in climbing, glacier work, wilderness living and sur- 'ival, first aid and mountain rescue techniques pre p a r e the participants for the Grand Al- pine, an 11-day excursion and climb to the peak of a moun- tain. The Solo, which is the main highlight of the camp is an ex- perience of -18 hours alone in the wilderness, equipped with a scant food supply and few be- longings. Interested persons may mite, Director, Camping anil 0 u t d oo r Education Branch. YNfCA. 332 6th Ave. S.W.. Cal- gary 1. Integration Militancy Holiday Specials The boss is away and we're offering these specials lo you! CORONADO FRIDGE AND STOVE This ii o matching set, lop of the line. In avocado, Wai 724.00. SPECIAL W I W 589 ,95 CHESTERFIELD AND CHAIR Wat 339.50. SPECIAL 5.PIECE DINETTE SUITE COMES WITH SWIVEL CHAIRS. Was 149.95. SPECIAL 289" 109" gMQRRIfslQ CENTRE 426 6th St. S. Phone 377-4240 FREDER1CTQN (CP) The current integration program of the Anglican Church Women of Canada which will eventually bring thorn into the main body of the church is not an evi- dence of militant feminism, their national president said today. "It is rather an attempt to avoid duplication of time, en- ergy and money as we support j fr] the work of the Mrs. I flP H. G. Waugh of Toronto told U JlC the group's annual .meeting. We must maice it clear to critics of our integration goal that we are not militant femin- ists, that we oppose the selec- tion of a woman for a position merely because she is a woman. Our concern is that the person most able to do a job be chosen regardless of sex, and that if a woman is chosen she be willing to serve with the full support of other women." The policy which is being gradually implemented shews that church women are aware of their changing contribution to today's world in which rigid male-female roles appear to be The Peter Chuiuik Awards for best achievement were pre- sented by Father Diadio to: Grade 4, David Maciurs, Alenfca Dodie; Grade Tim Troman, Do- reen Forczek and Lorna Kropfrtflk; Grade 4B, Rodney Vcdrei, Cheryle Gyorkos; Grade 5, David Mlskulirt, Cathy Hensel; Grade 5A, Rlrio AAuc- ciaronl, Louise Dube; Grarfe 6, Brian Jackson, Donna Taylor, Grade iA, Paul Tarnava, Susan van Gaal; Grade 7, David Jackson, Connie Cred- tco; Grade 7A, Laurence Poulelie, Sharon Vasetenak. The Home and xSchool Awards j fcr religion and most progress! were presented by Mrs. Alisku- lin as follows: Religion: Grade 4, Teresa Sadow- ;i; Grade 4A, Ores! Romsniuk; Grade 4B, Valerie O'Toole; Grsde 5, Michael Klein; Grade 5A, Debrs Seitz; Grade 6. Trudy Hensel; Grade 6A, Elvira Rossi; Grade 7, Vera Ro- maniuk; Grade 7A, Brends Xrall; Most progress, Rodney Peske, Gor- I don Dodd, 'Tim Tivadar, Tom Sleele, Jacqueline Wajtowicz, Rose Meli, Jo- anne Schmidt, Kevin Chenger, Don McKcnna. The Great (Tom. Sawyer) was presented by Mrs. M. Conner's class as well as j several class sraigs under Hie direction oi Mrs. D. Mells. Mr. Rocli Bruneau presented plaques to Sergio Cattcrd and David Jackson as doubles champions in badminton. trogniln, Colleen Dogterom, Laurie Anderson, Sharon Handerek, Dwsyne Service, Kerry Ratiidge; AWARDS: Grade 4: Joan Koerselman, Marlene Uitbeyerse, Grant Bullied, Michael McDonald; Grade J Mathematics Ger- ald Marshall Scholarship: Jeannine Lenr, Eileen Jang. Michael Coghlin, James Severtson; AWARDS: Grade 5: Randy Charles- worth, Carolyn Terakira, Susan Naka- mura, KencJra Harding, Ricky Hum- phreys; HONORABLE MENTIONS: Alan Jang, Robin Moricrieff. Valerie Lig- gett, Brenda Kitaguchi, Julie Hartley, Judith Rapuano, Natalie Tkachenko, Cindy Boldt; HONORABLE MENTIONS: Grade 6: Colette Willetts, Ralph Polbck, Eddy Gyorffy, Den Herker, Brian Wright, Doris Wifzke, Louise Uitbey- erse, Srent Tokitsu, Doris Tied, r adc 7 ftrisn West, Jeff An- dc on, G I n d