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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 16, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Rose Warnock wins top badge TURIN (HNS) Rose Wai-nock won a gold badge at the Turin School track meet. The school has been en- gaged in the Canada Fitness Program, and the meet was a culmination of that program. Five students won sUver badges. Saturday, Junt If73 IfTfHiNIDOt MtKAlB 3 Coutts sweeps hose tourney COUTTS (HNS) Coutts took all the honors at the fire- fighters' coupling competition at Milk River. It was hosted by Warner, Milk River and Coutts. Winners are qualified to com- pete in the provincial competi- tion which will be held in Sep- tember. A total of 17 competing teams were from Coleman, Clares- holm, Taber, Coaldale, Red- cliff, Milk River, Warner, Vul- can, Picture Butte, Coutts and Lethbridge. The Lethbridge Herald j Correspondent in Your Area BARNWELL 1 MRS. WALTER GRIGOR 223-8121 I BARONS I NORMA MYSON 757-3950 j BLACKIE MRS. JIM MONTGOMERY ..............684-3380 BOW ISLAND 1 MRS. D. ROBERTSON.................. 545-2192 I MRS. ALICE SCHAUFELE 545-2127 CARDSTON MRS. NORMA HULL.................... 653-2054 CARMANGAY MRS. A. T. SHUMAKER 643-2129 1 Contact these people for your District News or Classified Advertising r LAST CHANC! CANADA'S ORIGINAL CHUCKWAGON SWEEPSTAKE '22222.22 IN PRIZES Win or Pius 28 Other Winners Plus Early Bird Winners DRAW at PONOKA STAMPEDE July MAIL NOWI TICKETS To: Chuckwagon Sweepstakes Box 988, Ponoka, Alberta itncJ me en the 1973 Ponoka Chuckwagon Encloied It per ticket) Special Offer 6 for 12- for NAME ADDRESS CITY PROV. L LH-3 Girls model outfits NOBLEFORD (Special) Fourteen girls in Miss lona El- ders sewing class presented a fashion show in the Noble Cen- tral School recently to show invited guests the year's ac- complishments. They served tea. Hostesses for the evening were Wendy Stetar, Wilma Hummel, Nancy Plomp and Delia Vanden Brink. Fashions of years gone by preceded today's "Fashions for Models were Brenda Wurtz, Geraldine Schooten and sisters, Delia Vanden Brink, Maria Hann and young sister, Mary Jean Plomp, Karen Wurtz, Su- san Harbers, Wendy Stetar, Wilma Hummel and sisters, Is- abelle MacLean, Nancy Plomp, Patricia Hofman, Christ i n e Brady and Rita VanEsveld. Junior high girls choir sup- plied the music for the show. Grand aggregate winners with total overall time for the two events: Coutts No. 1 team with 1 min. 6.73 seconds; Red- cliff with 1 min. 10.23 seconds. The make and brake event, total time on two runs: Coutts No. 1 with 36.40 seconds; Red- cliff, 37.68 seconds; Lethbridge, 38.67 seconds. The Gated Y, total time for two runs: Coutts No. 1, 30.33 seconds; Coutts No. 2, 31.85 sec- onds; Redcliff, 32.67 seconds. Ladies change-a-length, total time on two runs: Coutts, 43.52 seconds; Milk River, 43.67 sec- onds; Taber, 46.28 seconds. The seven women's teams were from Redcliff, Warner, Milk River, Coutts, Taber and Claresholm. Warner County presented their county teams, from War- ner, Milk River and Coutts with trophies. Coutts No. 1, first, received the Travelling Trophy, the 4th year in a row. Second place, Coutts No. 2 team. The women also received tro- phies: First, Coutts; and Sec- ond, Milk River. Andy O'Toole. fire commis- sioner from the Lethbridge of- fice, was timekeeper and judge Owen Selk, fire chief from SVrentham, was master of cere- monies. Catch pike Little Bow Community Club members ore great fishermen. Showing off the pike they hooked at Trovers Dam, west of Enchant, are these eight sportsmen. Above, Miss Mable Hillard of Carmangay, Mrs. Elizabeth Dayle and Mrs. Anna Maxwell, both of Champion, and Mrs. Olive Soderquist and Mrs. Wallace Miller, both of Car- mangay. Other photo. Miss Margaret Peden of Edmonton, standing, Carmangcjy re- creation' director for summer, joins Mrs. Hazel Scatter of Carmangay, cen- tre, and Miss Grace Hil- lard of Carmangay after pulling these pike from the reservoir. The club mem- bers enjoyed the recent picnic and fishing trip, and Miss Peden enjoyed driv- ing the Carmangay Com- munity Bus on the day's outing. D'ARCY RICKARD photol More district on page MLA's chair to change hands FORT MACLEOD (Special) Canada Day, July 1, RCMP centennial year, will be mark- ed with ceremonies at the Fort Museum. Following the Fort Macleod Band's march music, the mounted patrol will perform its musical mini-rides and an inspection party will do the honors. Special guest. Horst Schmid. minister of youth, culture and recreation, will present the first MLA chair to the local historical association. It is the chair used by all MLAs from this constituency. Q-owsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING tfernon Decoux, Resident Rep., Bluirmort 562-2149 RAINED OUT NOBLEFORD In Babe Ruth action, a game between Champion and Noble- ford was rained out in the third inning with Nobleford to bat and one away. There were men on base and they were leading by a score of 12-3. The game will be completed June 19 at Champion. Wins award Miss Joan Perrett of Stirling has won from Purity Bottling (1967) Ltd., Lethbridge, for achieving the highest aca- demic average in commer- cial cooking at the Leth- bridge Community Col- lege. She won from Silverwood Dairies for the highest average in kitchen management and sanita- tion in commercial cook- ing. raised for projector PICTURE BUTTE (Special) When the hospital auxiliary here held its annual tea and sale of work, more than was raised toward this year's project, a film projector for the hospital. Thanks was expressed by the auxiliary president. Mrs. D. H. Oliver, to the volunteer assist- ance given and donations of work made. Another money-raising proj- ect is now in hand as the wo- men undertake the lunch con- cession at the Picture Butte public schools' field day. COUNTY OF FORTY MILE NO. 8 FOREMOST, ALBERTA June 1, 1973 Written applications will be received by the under- signed for new school bus route No. 63 in the Skiff area. The proposed route is 28 miles hard surface and 20 miles grave! and present number of students Is 14. This feeder bus would pick up students on the east west road one mile north of Skiff and meet large bos to transfer students one mile south end four miles east of Skiff. For further details, map, mileage rates, etc. contact John Ell, School Bus Co-ordinator or undersigned. Applications to be submitted by p.m. July 12, 1973. ROY R. WAllMAN, Secretary-Treasurer County of Forty Mile No. 8 Foremost, Alberta Sportsplex swim rales clarified COALDALE (HNS) Rates for private rental of the Coal- dale Sportsplex swimming poo were clarified at a recent meet- ing of council. They were set at per hour minimum or 65 cents a person, whichever is the high est. Rental of the pool is for maximum of two hours. Private rental is from 9 to 11 p.m. Mondays to Fridays. Principal Clark I. Hardy has been named principal of the Raymond Elementary School. Born at Stirling, ho graduated from the Uni- versity of Alberta and has been on the school staff for four years. Married lo the former Deonna Fair- banks of Raymond, he is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Hardy of Stirling. HAYLAGE DAY AT THE FARM OF HANS VISSER 2 MILES NORTH and 2 MILES EAST of FINCASTLE FRIDAY JUNE 22 For Taber area farmers who received the letter in the mail please change of date to Friday, June 22. SPONSORED BY FREE BAR-B-QUE 1 4 P.M. WESTERN HARVESTORE LTD WAYNE MORSTAD, Territory Rep. PHONE 345-4679 ;