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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta I SCHOOL STUDENT COUNCIL Kale Andrews High School students recently elected Ihe 1972-73 student council, from left, Ed Dick, athletic director; Robert Gossen, president; Robert- Girbav, vice-president; Mary Harms, secretary; Jamie Chizmazia, social and Linda Pavcm, trea- surer. -Deloy Wight Photo get sidetracked' Bowdeii advises grads Ily DELIA WOOLF Herald Service RAYMOND Gordon Bow- den of Lethbridge, a former Raymond high school student, delivered the graduation ad- dress to 74 graduates and one of the largest audiences to at- tend a Raymond Hiyh School commencement. Mr. Bowden reminded stu- dents of their obligation to those people, including parents and teachers, who had made the day possible for them after a period of 12 years work. He left students with a chal- lenge. "Set a high goal in he said. They could reach it by not belittling themselves. "Don't get sidetracked as you strive to reach the goal you have he advised. Mr. Bowden gave four steps to success: Preparation, high aims, high standards and hard work. W. W. Naldcr of the school stalf introduced the speaker. Kay W. Anderson was master of ceremonies. Chairman of the Raymond school board, Charles Ackroyd, welcomed the graduates and guests, bringing, a welcome from the two educational boards of the County of Warner, the county school committee and the Raymond school hoard. Principal James Blumell drew the attention of all to the changes that have come into the currictdum giving students many choices of study. Mr. Blumell declared: "Heading, writing, arithmetic and the hickory slick still form the basis of any school room. His advice to the graduates: "If you are going to change the world, start with yourself." The 1972 commencement fea- tured co-valedictorians Byron Nalder and Kenneth Skeith. historian Ricks Smith brought the audience to a standing ovation for the tribute paid to II. Dean Rolfson, for 38 years a teacher in the Ray- mond school. He recently re- tired. Honored guests on stage in- cluded members of the County of Warner school commiltee: Murray Holt, Marvin Dahl and Keith Palmer. The senior high school band, with Grant Erickson con- ducting, played a number of selections. A brass sextette comprising Jeffery Hill, Diane Jensen, Heed McNeely, Darcy Ralph, Grant Erickson and Ricks Smith performed. The Grad's Trio, Beverly Baker, Marilee Heggie, and Marilyn Holt, sang a vocal number. The graduation prayer was said by Albert Baldeo. Scrolls were presented by Principal Blumell, Murray Holt, Charles Ackroyd and Mrs. Phillippa Meeks. Dunk right on target By VERN DECOUX Crowsncst Pass Bureau LUNDBHECK (CNP Bureau) Dunk of Warnor tall- ied 74 points to win the grand aggregate trophy at the Willow Valley Trophy Club's annual shoot. It was held at the Frank Lynch-Staunton ranch. Keen compelitions were held among the many crack shots from south Alberta and British Columbia. Trophies and prizes in the various events were won by the following sportsmen: Trap shoot for the Hutchinson Trophy Jim Wutzke, Bow Is- land; Bob Hofobs of Calgary; Frank Leffingwell of Leth- bridge. Pop-up target for the John- son Brothers Trophy, Bob Hobbs of Calgary; Rick Tes- sari of Lclhbridge and Rudy Macks ot Calgary. Moving target event for the Timberline Saddle Horse Tro- phy, Steve Dixon of Brant; Bob Hobbs of Calgary; and Jim Wutzke of Bow Island. Variable range event for the Pincher Farm Equipment Tro- phy, George Pohn of Leth- bridge; Rudy Macks of Cal- gary; and Charlie Arndt of Taber. The Harvey Davis Trophy for the tight grouping competition went to Bill Michalsky of Lund- brcck and runners-up were Frank Leffingwell of Leth- bridge and Evelyn Leffingwell, also of the city. The Hunter match for the Dennis Vadnais Trophy was won by Lloyd Dunk of Warner and second and third .went to Frank Leffingwell of Leth- bridge and Rick Kucheran also of the city. The Bud Schmidt Trophy in the large bore scope event went to Bob Hobbs of Calgary with runners up being Rick Kucheran and Bob Hobbs, Jr. Winners in the large bore event for the Willow Valley Trophy were George Pohn of Lethbridge, Ben Schmidt of Taber and Rick Kucheran of Lethbridge. The 20-yard, 22 calibre rifle event for the Pete Maloff Tro- phy went to Bob Hobbs of Cal- Announcin Made-to-Order Spring Savings Now is the time to order your lubricant require- including all-purpose MARFAK, renowned IAVOLINE and URSA Motor Oils. Ve offer you made-to-order savings discounts illored to your order: Ihe more you buy the more you save. Call us today lor lop quality products and fast, friendly service at genuine savings. Farm Lubrkants LAYERS BULK FUELS LTD. 1915 2nd Avenue South LETHBRIDGE Phone 327-2762 JIM SWARTZ TEXACO PRODUCTS BOX 590, VAUXHAU Phorm 654-2555 M. BALOG SONS PETROIEUM PRODUCTS ITD. Box 328 BLAIRMORE Phone 562-2144 gary with runners up being Ben Schmidt of Taber and Earl Miller of Calgary. The 50 yard 22 rifle, event for the Willow Valley Trophy Club Trophy went to Lloyd Dunk of Warner with second and third going to George Pohn of Lethbridge and Dave Bur- bank of Barnwell. Evelyn Leffingwell of Leth bridge scored highest in the ladies 22-rifle event to win the Evelyn Leffingwell Trophy. Runners up were Kathleen An- derson of Creston, B.C., and Joyce Miller of Calgary. Winners in the youth 22-rifle event for the Jack Reid Trophy were Lyle Parish of Leth- bridge, Rodney Dixon of Brant and Rosemary Pohn of Leth- bridgc. The Bob Malmberg Memorial Trophy Buddy event was won by Ron Hulchinson and Lloyc Dunk of Warner and the Black burn Trophy for the highest in- dividual score in teams went to Lloyd Dunk. COALDALE (HNS) Barons-Eureka Health Unit is sponsoring the following infant and pre-school clinics: ENCHANT Tuesday, June 20, in the school from 1 to p.m. TABEH Tuesday, June 20 in the health unit office in the admipistration building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. COALDALE Thursday June 22, in the. health unit of fice (upstairs ia the town office building) from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. TABER Thursday, June 22, in the health unit office the administration building from 10 a.m. to 12 noon ant to 4 p.m. BARONS Friday, June 23 in the school from to p.m. Parents are reminded tha boosters are required for chi] dren starting Grade 1. For social service appoinl ments telephone: Coaldale 345 3388; or Taber 223-3911. Dr. G. R. C. Palmer, medica officer of health, urges parent to ensure their children fully protected against conta gious disease. Information i available on all public healtl problems and is fully coufiden tial. Schinid tours centre TABER (HNS) The Hon. Horst A. Schmid, genial mini- ster of culture, youth and rec- reation, was a visitor here Wednesday forenoon as guest of the local recreation board and town council. Highlight of the visit was a tour of the town's million recreation centre and the faci- lities provided for a wide range of recreational and cultural ac- tivities. Mr. Schmid commented on his deep impression of the suit- ability of ttie complex, suggest- ing that civic leaders in many of the larger centres have a ook at (he Taber structure as a guide to future construction. Methods of planning, financ- ing and construction were des- cribed to the minister who was accompanied by a number of provincial and area staff mem- bers. The 90 minute visit included a short period for refreshments and discussion with civic offi- cials and chamber of com- merce members interested in a junior achievement program for the community. Mr. Schmid emphasized the need to have students find self employment during the sum- mer months, and expressed the support of his department in such a project under the junior achievement program. Jespersen speaks for MD body Kinsmen host July 6-12 COALDALE (HNS) Coaldale Kinsmen Club will host a group of Young Voya- geurs from Sudbury, Ont., from about July 0 to 12. The Kinsmen and Kinettes are planning a number of tours and special events to show these young people the area. On July 11 a banquet will be held. Town council agreed to grant for the banquet. on agro TABER (HNS) The Taber MB council has nominated reeve Clarence M. Jespersen as the MD representative on a new local agricultural develop- m e n t committee empowered under the recent Agricultural Development Fund Act. .Council was advised by Agri- culture Minister Dr. Hugh M. Homer the new committee would replace the former local advisory committee under the now repealed Farm Purchase Credit Act. The committee will comprise one representative each from the federal department of agri- the department of if end forests, the depart- mt... of agriculture in the per- son of the district agriculturist, and from the business commu- nity, and two farmer repre- sentatives named by the de- partment of agriculture along with the MD representative. Picnic set COALDALE (HNS) The United Church congregations Coaldale, Raymond, Cardston, Magrath and Del Bonita will friday, June U, 1972 THE IE7HBRIDGE HIRAID 3 NEW ROOF FOR FOREMOST CIVIC CENTRE-Brian Andrews, left, presents, Foremost Mayor Reinhold Karl, right, wilh a cheque for It will be used to re-shingle Foremost Civic Centre. At centre is recreati on board chairman Roy Weir. Tagg Photo Foremost: 'amazing record' in recrealio] FOREMOST (Special) 3rian Andrews of Edmonton, supervisor of areas and facili- .ies planning for the province, attended a recent meeting of he Foremost and district rec- reation board to present Mayor Reinhold Karl with a cheque for The money will be used to pay for re-shingling the civic centre here. On hand also were 'recreation board chairman Roy Weir and Max Gibb, southern Alberta recreation consultant from Lethbridge, as well as board members. In a brief address to the board, Mr. Andrews spoke of his 22 years of service in rec- reation, although his present appointment was a recent one. In paying tribute to the "amazing record" of Foremost in utilizing its community re- sources and local initiative, Mr. Andrews said that not one neighborhood of in Ed- monton had access to as manv recreational facilities as did the people of Foremost and dis- trict. Mr. Andrews has spent all of his recreational services in cities. He wes taken on a tour of many of southern Alberta's smaller communities by Sir. Gibb. This included a detailed tour of the village of Foremost. Culture, play grants win OK TABER (HNS) Local com- munity improvement grants to- talling are being paid out to assist in the initial and operating costs of cultural and recreational facilities and pro- grams in nearby communilies. The grants were authorized at the 1970 annual meeting of MD ratepayers when the lesser of two mills or was ap- proved. The total municipal assess- ment, is well over million, hence the sum is less than the two-mill levy author- ized. Now the MD council has ap- proved payment of each to the Sherburne Community As- sociation and the Retlaw Sun- shine Club, and to the Cir- cle Hill Community Hall. Grants of each had been paid out earlier to the hold a picnic at the Raymond Barnwell Improvement ASSL ciation and the Enchant Cham- ber of Commerce. The balance of re- maining unpaid will be present- ed to the other communities on submission of their written re- quests. bail park at 3 p.m. Sunday, June 25. People from Coaldale are asked to meet at the Coaldale United Church at p.m. Anyone needing a ride may contact Rev. Albert Baldeo. strmvberry plants cultivated by Szalay STIRLING (HNS) Alex Szalay, a nesvcomer to the vil- lage from Calgary, has gone into a small fruit farm in a big way. At present, Mr. Szalay has strawberry plants with an eye to future development of Raspberries planted now are near 500 vines with hopes to en- large this to three or four thousand. Many do not think of toma- toes as a fruit but this is their classification. His toma- toe plants include a good vari- ety. These fruits will be marketed in Lethhridge or from his home which is located on the north- east corner of the village. A smaller number of cucum- bers and carrots have also been planted. Mr. Szalay has future plans to develop a plot for asparagus. Although he knows this will take another few seasons to complete, he is very optimis- tic. FARMERS MERCHANTS TRUST 309 7th Sf. S. Phone 328-5548 MEMBER CANADA DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Please send me. information on your Guaranteed Certificates of Deposit Mail [a rarnws Merctonh Truit. Abort HiramWilker's Special Ol< t-fortf. ffiiEif. x ;