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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, Juno 20, 1970 THE LEIHBRIDGE HERALD 13 Shower Honors Miss Braiidlcy MONARCH (HNS) A shower was held Jierc recently in the Monarch Schuol audi- torium to honor Miss Barbara Brandley. Many women attended. The evening was spent play- ing contests. The bride-to-be, assisted by her sister Kathy and Miss Lonia Engel, opened the gifts. Lunch was served by host- esses Mrs. Mary Stewart and Mrs. Ann Stotyn, assisted by other members of the Monarch Beavers who sponsored t h e shower. Miss Brandley's wedding will take place in Lethbridge July '1. Blaine Engel is the prospec- tive groom. TO HOLLAND NOBLEFORD (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Vander Leist and Mr. and Mrs. William Plomp have left by air travel for a holiday in Holland. Aids Indians MONARCH (HNS) Mem- bers of the Reformed Church here motored to Glenwood to witness the ordination of Rudy do Vrics as missionary to the Indians at Glenwood. Mr. and Mrs. de Vrics served the Monarch church part lime from December to May when they moved to Glenwood to begin work with the Indians. Rev. John Moerman of Ed- monton has accepted a call to the Reformed Church here. They will arrive the first week in August. Awards Contract TABER (HNS) Highways Minister Gordon E. Taylor has announced the awarding of a contract for crushing and HOYT'S FURNITURE LIQUIDATION MONDAY, JUNE 22nd at 7 p.m. AT THE STORE 314 7th Street South ALL NEW FURNITURE 9x12 Oval rug; 4-folding chairs; 2-bar stools: suites; chairs; stools; ancf mattress; chairs; suites; room suite with table, 4 chairs and buffet; lamps; suite; lamps; lamps; divideres; lamps; ;numerous end tables; bedsteads; cabana malting; Shelburn firebplacs stereo bar- USED TELEVISIONS Coronado 21" TV Admiral 21" TV Viking 21" TV RCA 21" TV-only 9 months old. SALE CONDUCTED BY HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. Phone 328-4705 1920 2nd Ave. S. lethbridga AUCTIONEERS TED NEWBY Lie. No. 41 KEITH ERDMAN Lie. No. 458 stockpiling gravel for paving the 2.5 mile access road from Highway 3 lo Taber Provincial Park. The announcement made lo- cally by Taber Warner MLA Douglas Miller, was that Gal- lelli and Sons, Calgary had won the contract in the amount of Two other tenders were re- ceived. Retires 15 NOBLEFOKD (SpeciaD- Picturc Butte defeated Noble- ford by a score 14-12 in North County Little League baseball play. In the W heat belt Minor League, Nobleford Colts played a doubleheadcr in Carmangay, splitting games. The first game saw Carman- gay defeat Nobleford G-3, with Carson Tcskey the winning pit- cher, handing Cliff Sloller the loss. The second game saw Noble- ford overwhelm Carmangay 9-2. with Carson Teskey losing and Ted Magiersowsky gaining the i ivin. Me retired 15 batters in at OK Apartments TABER (HNS) Tabcr's planning commission recently gave Ihe green light to the de- velopment by Porker Holdings and Leasing (Kenneth Parker) of two four-plex residential apartments south of 50th Ave. at the town's westerly limits. Town council approved sale of the three lots by lease agree- ment for (he assessed valua- tion of Development advertising re- quirements were waived by the planning commission when Mr. Parker presented a statement cf "ro objection" signed by all property-owners within the pre- scribed 300 test c.f the proposed units. Start Earlier TABER (HNS) Conform- ing with a move now becoming Scheduled For Fall Term general throughout the prov- NATAL c. uiNSI Ten-; Additional elementary school! Mobile (or Sparwood incc, Taber school division has j for Spanvcod Secondary space at Sparwood lias been j elementary classrooms are lowered tla minimum starling i School additions are expected approved by the department of j be in pla-e July allowing a age for school beginners by two months. Under the new policy, the to be ready for call June 20 education for tender call, it and it is expected the school! was reported by secretary- will be completed for Ihe start j treasurer E. T. Chambers. month for toundations and erection. Approval of tenders on these is expected in time. hirthdate deadline lor begin- 31 lo me end 01 rcoruary. mis j means that children who be- came six years of age before last March 1 may enroll this September. Wilh greater knowledge of j childhood education, education- ists find it generally advan- tageous to move Ihe starting age up. A SUMMER SCHOOL IN Outdoor Recreation OR and CE 225 and Field Ecology-OR and CE 248 These courses provide practical training in Rec- reation and Ecology by taking the student on a six- teen day camping trip into the Rockies of Alberta and Montana. Included will be a six to eight day wilder- ness pack horse trip. Camp experience will include recreational skills and environmental studies. DATES: Section A-July 3rd to July 18th inc. Section 20th to August 4th inc. Section C-August 6th to August 22nd inc. REGISTRATIONS in each section will be limited to a maximum of 20 persons. FEES: Each 16 day exprience includes all supplies, food, equipment- and horses. Registrants are to supply clothing and other personal items. Trans- portation is available 10 the camp. TUITION: SI00.00. For further information and applications write or School of Continuing Education LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Telephone 327-2141 ext. 328 Change Architects of the fall term. Tne schcol fur Ridgcmont i" and sketch plans are expected within 10 days. It is aimed for the same construction schedule as (he Isabella Dicken School, also in Fernie. A new school to serve fami- It is hoped department of cd- j Six weeks for erection is being ucalion approvals for other allowed in anticipation of the ings are completed. I later than Oct. 31. term; Tenders are expected to I he called June 26. A week later' the department of education should have approved the tend- TABER (ILVS) Following recent interviews with rei: 1 sentatives of three arcbitec- j tura! firms, two from Edition- 1 cr call and construction should Leishman who extended con- I basin Julv 10. Site preparation gratulations to students. I n 11 t r- t i n rlinrt 'in Awards MAURATH !ILNS) The Ma-1 son, Bessie Bourne, Kris Black- gratli Lions Club Awards Day more, Joanne Passey, Edith was held in the JIagralh Elc- T Morgan strate, Lori mentary School gymnasium' with 300 students attending. Vice-principal Ted Haynes in- troduced Lion's president Dee is not included in plan.; being 0 u t s t a n cling achievement Nykyforuk and Tom Carter. Miss Myrna Hasmussen was presented with a trophy and cheque by Canadian Petroleum drawn up and this separate contract. The elementary school ,ry for Her winning essay I on "What the Petroleum Indus- bv moans tcday and in Ihe Fifty awards were presented luturc.____________________ The immediate project is the j completion. ,.jes Craig Leishman, Donna construction of a new Central; Construction c o n s u 11 a n t; Schneyder, Janice Curacy. Bar- School in Taber. Frank Basarab told the district i bara Gorham, Robert Smythe, Receipt of such approval will I school board at the last board Myrna Hasmussen. Neil Wheel- allow the heard lo negotiate meeting that "there is very for architectural service and to proceed with the purchase of two privately owned proper- ties on the Central School block on wliich appraisals have been received from Royal Trust, Lethbridge. little left to be done." Scbcol board is preparing for er, Allan Dahl, Debbie Hoyt, Brenda Kolasko, Debbie Kar- ren, Carol Ririe. Rusty Rolling- tender call on schools anrf ad- j sen, Lucy Kadonaga, Michael ditions at Boivin Creek in Ford-: Bennett, Duncan Thomson, ing towr.sitc; Isabella Dicken [Gloria Schmidt, Randy Ripley, School and Hidgemont in For-j Diane Schneyder, Dale Bort, nie and at Sparwood Schools. Shirley Johnson, John Balder- ASPHALT PAVING TOLLESTRUP SAND and GRAVEt Construction Co. Ltd. k PHONE A f 328-2702 I AGRA MART LETHBRIDGE I I I I I I I I GIANT OSEOUT SALE WE ARE CLOSING OUR LETHBRIDGE OPERATION! VERSATILE PARTS WHILE THEY LAST Off Regular List Price 10 Cosh Prka Only SMALL LOADER ENGINES 20% OFF! 7.25, 9 and 10 li.p, SWATHERS elf- 2-18 ft. now Versatile 103 propelled V.G. 4 motor. Regular C1QOO Closing Out Special ____ -9 Model 103 Self Propelled IS ft., VH 4 motor. Regular C Closing Out Special I UU Pull Type Swathcr Transport. Regular ffCC Closing Out Special USED EQUIPMENT SPECIALS TRACTORS H.D.ll.B. Allil Chalmin Growler. Ready lo Go. Rerjulor Closing Out Special John Deere 830D _ Electric Start Recent motor overhaul New paint. Regular Closing Out Special Allis Chalmers D21 791 Mrs. Duals Cab Turbo Charged Excellent. Regular CfiRflfi Closing Out Special flO3UU Minneapolis Moline GIOOO Factory change overs dons. RcguUir_ Closing Out Special COMBINES Case 600 Self Propelled Cab and Cutting Equipment. Regular Massey Ferguson 410 Self Propelled. Cab 10 ft. McCoy Renn Pickup. Hosston Straw Choppar. Good. Regular Closing Out Special Masssy Ferguson 300 Self Propelled. 8 ft. McCoy Renn Pickup. Straw Spreader. Good. Regular Closing Out Special............ 1-19'i fool I.H.C. Model 175 Self Pro- pelled. VG4 motor. Excellent Regular ffl Closing Out Special