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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Fort Steele players ready for new season CRANBROOK, B.C. Wild Horse Fflngers, a professional theatrical group who originated the two-a-day short revue for Fort Steele Historic Site last year, are rehearsing again be- Coaldale Wayfarers graduate COALDALE (HNS) The Coaldale Wayfarer Girls Club recently concluded another suc- cessful season of activities. Honored as graduating Guides of the club were Carol Ens, June Twitchen and Rox- anne Holmfs. Mrs. David (Ruth) Martens presented the trio with Guide pins, silver spoons for perfect attendance and badges and rib- bons for other club achieve- ments. The presentations were made during the Sunday morning English service at the Coaldale Mennonite Conference Church. Carol Ens received a special achievement badge for having completed all 30 badge projects in the book. As a final event for the club a picnic was held at Henderson Lake in Lethbridge. Presentations of badges, sil- ver spoons and ribbons were made to club members for achievements during the year. There were 30 girls in the club. It is sponsored by the Sun- beam Sewing Circle of the church and is open to girls of any denomination or ethnic group. hind locked doors for the 1973 Fling. The show will be unveiled to the public June 20. "Tink" Robinson is author- director actor, and the script will tie in unconventionally with 1974's RCMP centenary. Other tf embers of the group are Ron Chudley, who has been writing and directing CBC tele- vision and radio productions in Toronto 'over the winter, his wife, Diane Stapley; Robinson's wife, Judy Armstrong and her brother, Jan Armstrong who has done a stint with the Cran- brook radio station. They are, appropriately, natives of Fort Macleod. The first performance; marks the formal season opening of the site which drew visitors in 1972. Guest of honor will be L. T. Nimsick, B.C. min- ister of mines and petroleum, and deputy provincial secre- tary, L. J. Wallace. The show is by invitation, but seats not reserved for in- vited guests will go on sale to the public. The Opera House seats 330 people. The Fling's own version of the RCMP musical ride with its cast of five, plus two stage hands, but not the registered Clydesdale horses which are part of the Site's work force, is said to be a highlight. Reception at Fort Steele mu- seum across the village green from the Opera House, for in- vited guests will follow the 1973 Fling unveiling. The program will play twice a day the rest of the satason except Tuesdays. Miss Carmen Fierro showered with presents Tuesdoy, June 19, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 NATAL (HNS) A well-at- tended miscellaneous shower was held in St. Michael's Hall at Sparwood recently in honor of Miss Carmen Fierro, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Fier- ro of Fernie. The many gifts presented to the bride-to-be were held in a decorated basket. It featured cupids and floral arrange- ments. Assisting the bride-to-be in the opening of the gifts were her sisters, Ann Reghenas, Rita and Tina Fierro; Marcella Ungaro; and the mothers, Mrs. Louis Fierro of Fernie and Mrs. Rose Saad of Sparwood. The evening was spent with guests playing games of whist and bingo. In charge of the guest book was Miss Carla Cividin. The honored guest will ex- change marriage vows with Ronald Saad of Sparwood. an acre Earning an acre for hoeing sugar beets in the Picture Burte area are Dennis Janvier, 17, and Gordon Amable, 21, both of Cold Lake. Some native workers can hoe up to three acres a day and most are doing two. Healing Substance... Shrinks Piles, Checks Itch Exclusive healing substance proven to shrink hemorrhoids...and repair damaged tissue. renowned jescarch. institute with a healing substance (Bio- has fount! a unique hcalmg-sub' stance with the ability to shrink hemorrhoids painlessly. It re- lieves itching and discomfort in minutes and. speeds up healing of the injured, inflamed tissues. One hemorrhoids! case his- tory aflcr another reported "very striking improvement." Pain was promptly and gently relieved actual reduction or retraction (shrinking) look place. And most maintained in cases observations were continued over a period of many months. Furthermore, these tests and observations Were m.ule on patients a wide of hcmorrhoid.il condi- tions. All this was accomplished Dyne) which quickly helps heal injured cells and stimulates growth of new tissue. Bio-Dyncis offered in ointment and supposi- tory form called Preparation H. In addition to actually shrink- ing hemorrhoids, Prepaiation H lubricates and makes tion less painful. It helps prevent infection which is a stated cause of hemorrhoids. Just auk your druggist for Preparation 11 Suppositories or Preparation H Ointment (with a special Satisfaction or your money refunded. Purpledom sees switch in officers VULCAN The Vulcan Or- der of the OORP Lodge 133 held regular installation of offi cers for the ensuing year. District deputy Pat Demuth was the supreme installing of ficer and past honored r o y a'. lady Carruthers acted as as- sisting installing officer for the ceremony. Honored royal lady Jean Fath passed from her office to that of immediate past honor- ed royal lady, and was present- ed with her past honored royal lady's jewel. The lodge thanked her for her capability and success during the past year. Lady Lois McCulloch was in- stalled as the honored royal lady and will preside over the Vulcan lodge for the next term. The following were also in- stalled as officers during the installation ceremonies: asso- ciate royal lady, Lola Knapp; loyal lady, Louise Deis; lec- turing lady, Neola Dann; secre- tary, Lena Burgess; treasurer, Charlotte Marshall; chaplain, Ethel Banks; historian, Mary Dumka; conductress, Carol Na- dobny; inner guard, Agnes Morseth; outer guard, Lynn Sharp; pianist, Helen Roe. Three year trustee Marge McLennan was absent for the evening and will be installed at the next regular meeting if pos- sible. Blairmore pupils invade Calgary More than 150 Grade 5 pupils of the Isabelle Sellon School of Blairmore, ihe Horace Allen School of Coleman and the M.D. McEachern School of Bellevue tour Calgary. It is a recent two-day visit with the itinerary preparations by the Glenbow Institute. Trips to the planetarium, museum, zoo, art gallery and Heritage Park thrilled the 'Pass young- sters. They stayed overnight at Sarcee Barracks and while there enjoyed a motion pic- ture. VERN DECOUX Dhoto District news i 1 NEW PRESIDENT RAYMOND (HNS) Ezra T. Benson, a member of the Twelve Apostles of the LDS Church presided June 17 at the re-organization of Taylor Stake. Elder James D. Bridge was sustained as the new president with Elder George Bohney and Elder Robert Wild named as counsellors. Mr. Bridge replac- es Elder Fay Walker who has served as stake president for 9 years. CHAMBER MEETING COALDALE (HNS) The newly formed Coaldale Cham- ber of Commerce will hold its first meeting Wednesday. The meeting will be held at the Ven- tura Hotel and will get under way at p.m. RECOGNITION TURIN (HNS) Loretta SchmJdtke, a Grade 6 student from Turin school has been recognized for her artistic abil- ity. The school entered a piece of her sculptoring and her pap- er mache model of a dinosaur in the Canadian National Exhi- bition in Toronto. For these she won honorable mention and a honorarium. Entries are re- ceived from across Canada and winning entries will be on dis- play in the School Art Division of the Canadian National Exhi- bition. FOR HISTORY NOBLEFORD louncil voted a donation be made the Nobleford Mon- arch History Book Club to help defray expenses. Foremost Scout troop bold river adventurers. Raft adventure ives Foremost Scouts fun B> GEOFF TAGG FOREMOST (Special) A 60 mile rafting expedition down ,ne Kootcnay River for 2nd "oremost Scout Troop proved to be an exhilarating expe- over Victoria Day week- end. Nine boys and three leaders, Jrordon Powalson, Harlan Ca- icon and Ralph Brittner, un- dertook the voyage as part of a group of 48 boys and 12 lead- 01 s from Foremost, Calgary, Janff and Fort Macleod. The trip was organized Sy Rocky Mountain Raft Tours under the direction of Erwin Oertli. The guide and raft op- erator was Brent Winnitoy. The Foremost group travel- led by truck and camper to Koolenay National Park, camp- ing overnight at Macleod Meadows. After breakfast next morning, the party spent two hours assembling the forty foot long rafts, and loading all the Kaiser crew wins award for safely camping gear and supplies onto one 20-foot raft. The 48 boys and their leaders were on the two larger craft. After f 1 o a t ing downstream for fifteen miles, lunch was ta- ken near a logging bridge. Another 15 miles were master- ed in the afternoon before set- ting up camp for the night. The first day was not without incident. Jackie Regehr, 18, of Coutts, a member of the Fore- most party, fell overboard when a raft hit a cliff. He quickly surfaced and was haul- ed back on board, none the worse for his experience. The first day produced a number of minor casualties, none of a se- rious nature, to both people and equipment. With Sunday as a rest day, the group held outdoor church services in pouring rain. The second half of the trip began Monday at a.m. The party arrived at Canal Flats at p.m., Isaving for home shortly afterwards. SUPERB SCENERY According to the Foremost leaders, the trip was well worth the effort. The scenery was su- perb, and all the boys were called to put their scouting skills to the test. The rafting trip covered 60 miles of the river, but with travelling to and from the area, the party cover- ed a distance of over 900 miles. They were a very tired, but happy, group that returned to Foremost in the early hours of Tuesday morning. Boys of the 2nd Foremost Troop, from the LDS Church were Mark and George Cross. Jackie Regehr, Craig and Lorin Billingsley. Andy Jensen, Eldon Brittner, Lynn and Rob- in Degenstein. NATAL (HNS) The "A" crew of Elkview operations, Kaiser Resources Ltd., was re- cently presented with two awards, the bronze and silver awards from the B.C. Safety Council, for safe working prac- tises. They earned the bronze award for working 24.620 man hours without a lost-time acci- dent during the period of March 11, 1971, and Sept. 15, 1971. The silver award was for working man hours with- out a lost-time accident in the period of March 11, 1971, to March 18, 1972. Present for the presentation were Junie Lindsay, superin- tendent of the Elkview Prep- aration Plant; Peter Smith, general foreman; and Abbie Desjardin, crew foreman. your The Uthbridge Herald Correspondent in Your Area CLARESHOLM PAUL ANDERSEN 235-3581 M. M. GRIMSEN (SP) .................235-3615 COALDALE MRS. PETER TYMBURSKI 345-3921 COUTTS MRS. HENRY HACKE 344-3784 C. A. WEEKES .....................628-3801 COWLEY CRANBROOK, B.C. NANCY MILES 4263232 DEL BONITA G. E. DALTON 653-2181 Contact these people for your District News or Classified Advertising 100 guests honor Claresholm couple CLARESHOLM (Special) About 100 relatives and friends honored Mr. and Mrs. Nels Thompson on their 50th wed- ding anniversary in North Peace Lutheran Hall, June 9. Good wishes were received from Lieutenant Governor Grant MacEtvan, Prime Minis- ter Pierre Trudeau and Pre- mier Lougheed, Bob Holmberg, Coaldale holds rate at 84 mills COALDALE (HNS) The tax rate has been set at 84 mills, the same as last year. Forty two mills will go to- ward municipal expenses, com- pared to 32 last year. The school foundation pro- gram requires 27.5 mills com- pared to 28 5 last year. In expenditures, the top ex- pense is expected to be educa- tion costs at Next down the ladder is 400 for contributions to general capital and loan fund, (actual 1972 expenditure was Protection to parsons and property will cost about Other cost estimates, com- pared with 1972 actual costs: General government, public works, discount on current taxes debt charges recreation and community services contribution to reserve funds social welfare which includes to the Coaldale Community Hospital from a request received to as- sist in a deficit incurred in 1972. Sanitation and waste remov- al is estimated to cost About in total! has been allotted for health unit requisitions, Green Acrts Nursing Home and the plan- ning commission. Calgary, was master of cere- monies. Gordon Thompson presented a purse of money from guests. Mr. and Mrs. Thompson were escorted to the head table by granddaughters Kirstine and Pamela Tnompson. Others seated with them: Mrs. C. Holmberg, Edmonton; Mr. and Mrs. Ole Thompson, Claresholm; Mrs. Karen Nor- gard, Stavely; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Holmberg, Calgary. Guests were from Grande Prairie, Edmonton, Irma, Blackfalds, Nanton, Vulcan, Granum. Nels Thompson and Alma Jaren were married at the bride's home at Enchant. They have lived in Claresholm since, Mr. Thompson being agent for the Pioneer Grain Company un- til he retired. They have two sons, four daughters, 11 grand- children and two great grand- children. Short grass beef club hayride set The Shortgrass 4-H Beef Club held its regular meeting arid the pledge was led by Cathy Fauth and roll call was "What 1 e gained from 4-H and my calf's ear tag number." On June 15 the hayride staried at p.m. at Ralph place. After the hayride there was a wiener roast at the Grif- fiths camp kitchen. SUPER SAM GROCERY NOW OP (FORMERLY KROL'S GROCERY) 732 23rd Street No th and 1016 9th Avenue S. Reserves PITTSBURGH" PAINTS QUALITY Best Value in every Price Range The makers of Pittsburgh Paints recognize that fx paint buyers look for a product that suit both V1 their budget and their requirements for a par- ticular paint job. That's why we manufacture a range of qualities that fit into the "Bet- ter" or "Best" category. We think that all repre- sent outstanding value in their price range. -GOOD QUALITY v Economy priced oil type house paint 5 gal. BETTER QUALITY Sun-Proo! House Paint Sun-Prool Lalex Exlcnor Knlcrspar all-purpose enamel. 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