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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 117 Kate Andrews gracls encouraged Ly Himlrods COALDALE (HNS) The graduating class of Kate An- drews High School licrc was honored at a recent graduation banquet. There were 117 graduaruls In the lllh class to graduate from the school. It was held in the General Grant room of the El Rancho Family Restaurant, Lcllibridgc. About 350 people, including graduands, parents, teachers and invited guests were pres- ent. The theme was "One more mountain to climb." Master of ceremonies was Norma Klassen, Grade 11 stu- dent. Frank Featlierstone, vice principal, introduced the grad- uands. Table grace was said Nonna Neuleldt. president of the Kate Andrews Ambns- sadors, a Christian club In the school. The class history was given hy Rhona Thompson. She sUtcd the 1972 graduating class was the best in the history of Kate Andrews. The toast to the leaclicrs was given by Guido Zanoni. Eon Duda gave the toast to the school. Replying was Mr. Iluntrods, principal. He offered words of encouragement to stu- dents and parents. Mr. Huntroda said parents have no ulterior motives lev. wards their children, they only want what is best for them, lie commended llic graduating class. Tim toasl to the graduating class was given by Mr. Feath- crstone. He challenged the stu- dents to go forth with faith and hope. He talked about the training, concern and under- standing they had -received from both parents and teach- ers. Mary Slemko responded to his gocd sties. Lee Anti Wight, in her loast to the parents, expressed the HEAD TABER CHAMBER W. J. (Bill) Orfino, centre, manager of the Taber Alberta Treasury Branch, was elected president of the Taber Chamber of Commerce for 1972- 73 at the chamber's recent annual breakfast meeting. Gordon S. Sounders, left, is first vice-president, and James G. Clarke, right, it second vice-president. Ross Gibb continues In the offce of secretary-treasurer. love the graduants have for their parents. In replying, Mr. Deloy Wight, teacher, said it was most grat- ifying lo parents to be told they were loved. Darryl MaLsumlya presented the valedictory address, geared to a technological and comput- erized world in which the stu- dents would be competing. Peter Peters heads Lions TABEIl (HNS) Peter Pet- ers will head the Taber Lions Club for the coming year. He succeeds retiring president Eric G. Leigh. Mr. Peters was installed in office by deputy district gover- nor Kenneth C. Wolsey, also of Taber. Other executive members are Lee D. Mills, William Hogan and Alex D. Murray as vice- presidents; W. J. Bill Orfino, secretary, and Edward Ecker, assistant secretary. Bill Meyer and Peter Lind- quist are tail twister and as- sistant; Don Toth is Lion Ta- mer, and Rev. Linden Dressier is chaplain. Board members arc Lewis Pollard, Clarence Meisner, Ivan Black and James G. Clarke. The season's closing activity was a barbecue for members and partners at the Peter Campbell residence. IRON SPRINGS Wesley Sorgaard has been awarded .lie Morris W. Wilson Memorial WINS MEMBERS Royal Canadian Legion zone commander Ron Hyland of Bow Island, left, presents a certificate and plaque to Ray Beckner, vice-president of the Foremost branch of the Legion. Foremost achieved the largest membership increase in District 6 in 1971. Invest Cubs NATAL HNS) Four Spar- wood Cubs, Kelly S c h c b c I, :orby Ashcrofl, Greg and Kevin Jtuckert, were recently invested )y Akcla Gordon Jangula. The group also went for a ramble, with local Scouts, to Sulphur Springs up the Elk Valley where they were instruct- ed on water safety and on prop- er use of jack knives. TO WESTERN SAMOA Mr. and Mrs. Reed Colemon of Magrath hove begun a three-year teaching assignment for the Church of Jesus Christ of taller Day Saints' school system in Western Samoa. They are graduates of the Unrversity of Lethbridge, having completed the adult privileges program. PICTURE BUTTE BAND RECEIVES STANDING OVATION HOSS HARVEY WEEK'S MINI-DRAW WINNER LILY STOREY BOX 2123 SIDNEY, B.C. A MINI-DRAW EVERY WEEK 'TIL AUG. 25TH GRAND PRIZE SEPT. 16 THE FOLLOWING LUCKY 100 PEOPLE WON CASH PRIZES P. Schuier, Calgary Tert Downey, New Westminster, B.C. Daniel O. Williams, PonoKa G. Dcdd, Tori SI. John, B.C. N. Winnipeg, Man, Mrs. Nancy Garlick, Calgary Wm. Kopys, Caloary R. J. Brehm, U.S.A. Viatcur Dcilsie, Monlrear, P.Q. Jchn Arnold, VVesI Mcndon', N.B. Farrfcia Cafgary Leland Stanley, Kincardine, Ont. J. R. Calgary Gwcn B urges 5, D ownwlew. On L Gscrgc J. Anderson, Hcdley, B.C. Mrs. R. FiliStmniGrtS, Caigary Granf Peterkin, Celcary M. Brjrfcii, Eimcnicn T, A'.Lir, WesfininE-tcr, B.C. fHd Himieaull, Didsbury Craia, Calcsry Firlh, IV. Canary Cecil WeMleck Harlcy Seymour, Calgary Mrs, Orwid, Heberf. Sask. Violcl L-Tr chelae, CVcary Mr Melt Cfllqary Gerald Rosalind f.'.ri. D. Tlllclt, Calgary Roy B.C. Dave Gillis. Mrs, J. I. Calcary Paul A. Blais, Svdbury, On1. Taylcr, Vaiccuyer, B.C.- Mr, anrl A. Tjatfer, Trail, B.C. Greekas, Edmonlon Edna May Watrnough, Lefhbridqc Glen A. Peterson, J- H. Fraine, Vancouver, DC Airs. H- Paavola, Canmore Paul Zack, Ca'qary Robcr! Gcldcn, B.C. M, Clai'ssn, Calgsry F. Berrfdge, Calgary Laddifi, Gus anrl Ray, [llairmore Mr. C- H. Marshall, Mara, B-C. Wilbur Simmons, Hussar Waller HomertiuK, Edmonfon McLaws Group, Priddis Millie Stokiosa, Claresholm Jack Robbins, Pricidls Allyhiud Elsegundo, U.S.A. R. T. Smith, Calgary Robert T. McHenry, Calgary R. Calgary Mrs. L. Dapp Afec Slandcn, Calgsry Janh Marosh, Calgary R. Neish, Calgary s L'f'en, Calgary m Sov.-es, Calgary H arisen, Calgary Marie Boyd, Antiqonish, Mr. find Mrs. B. Benscn, Lacombe Mr. C. R. Soper, Edmcnfcn School band thrills 600 PICTURE BUTTE (HNS) The Picture Butte High vSchool Band wound up Its season's ac- (ivilies recently with a band concert in the school. There were about GOO in at- tendance. At times the audience took part by singing. There were M baud selec- tions besides a clarinet quartet, sax sextet, and vocal selections by the Picture Butte Junior High Chorus, directed by Mrs. Sylvia Mulch, Calvary Angela Love joy, Calgary Gloria Edmonton Bill Blackwell, Calqary G. E. Knight, Grande Pratrie H. R. Kck, Cdlgarv A, j. Kovaeh, Calgery F. McAllister, Vancouver, V. A, TippeU, St. John, N.B. Hese'fA Wtcd, Vancouver, D.C. fAr. John iViaybroda, Edmonton T. S. Chrlslio. Vancouver, B.C. Secrge A. Phillips, Edmonlon Wrs. BerJha Savoy, Sr. Jehn, N.B. W. L. King, Vlcrorla, B.C. Mrs. S- Vandersteeji, Nelson, B.C. Mfss Pr is cilia Csabay, Calgary- Alex Wilks, Calgary Mr. FranX Breaks, Cochrane Tom tnouye, Vancouver, B.C. cc Rutfo, Tolield Mrs. Jean Maio, Calgary Lyle Everett, Calgary Crumbley Burns, Porl AlfcernI, B.C. Andrea Hnllncr, Edmonton Jchn O. Fraine, Regina, Sask. P. Lfnk, Edmonlon Dennis Ncudorl, Calgary Mary Demi nick, Calgary Open house at hospital Saturday CLABESHOLM (HNS) The newly completed Claresholm General Hospital will be offi- cially opened to public view at an open house starting at 2 p.m. Saturday. Minister of Municipal Affairs Dave Russell is expected to be on hand to cut the ribbon. Tiie ultra modern 50-bed hos- pital was built at a cost of al- most million. It replaces the obsolete 39- hospital which hud been built in stages and lacked pro- per plumbing and healing facil- ities. I CALGARY STAMPEDE FUTimiTY SWEEPSTAKE I P.O. BOX 2300 CAIGARY, AlBERTA T2P 2M7 I Enclosed is my order, made payable I tolhe Calgary Stampede Futurity Sweepstake. I "please forward hy return mall............... Quantity Slampode I Name: No.................... J (Remittance must accompany coupon) 7-20 MA WEEKLY- INCREASE YOUR CHANCES Of WINNIKGI 2. Enns. The stage band, which com- prises 15 members ol the regu- lar band, then played three numbers. L. Erickson, art teacher at the school, sang, accompanied at the piano by Mrs. E. Enns. The band lias been in exis- tence for ]8 months and is under the direction of Ross Harveyt a teacher. Master of Ceremonies was principal George Hanna. Following the concert the Picture Butle Lions gave lo the band. Tills brings to Ihe amount the Picture Butte Lions have donated to the bajid. Track eiilhusiasls recognized STIRLING (HNS) Grand aggregate medalions were pre- sented to four local students at a school assembly here for their achievements at a recent junior high track meet held at Warner. School instructor Kenneth Peterson made the presentation to Miss Loni Hirsche for com- ing in first in the girls 12 and 13 age group. Miss Carol Drewry received Graduands COUTTS (HNS) C cults Grade 9 gradients are David Blackmer, Carleen Bianchi, Eli- zabeth Sheffield, Allen Karsten, Wendy Etoakley, Scott Tolles- trup, Dawn Wadell, Max Mella- foni, Bonny Theilen, James Theissen, Geraldinc Whitesel, James Walker, Zara Tolley, Patrick Larson, Wayne Osihy, Mark Stanford, Kenneth Lippa and Robert McCulloch. one for coining in first in the girls 14 age gro'jp. To achieve this award, these students won in all athletic events they entered. School instructor Kent Wood made the same presentations lo Dick Quon and David Adam- son for third places in the boys 12 and 13 age groups. Junior high schools partici- pating are located at Warner Milk River, Coulls, Masinasin, Wrentham, Raymond and Stir- ling. The Raymond School was first wliile Stirling Junior High placed second. EXPLAINS TV CARDSTON (HNS) George Kusetiiier, cable television anal- yst from Swift Current told Cardslon and District Chamber ol Commerce members that cable TV is gaining popularity because of the crowded trans- mission on lite airway s. It would be a big benefit to Card- ston, he said. NEW OFFICERS Students of the Horoce Allen School, Coleman, recently elected o new junior higli council. Front row, from le ft: Allan Kimoto, treasurer; Joe Plante, presi- dent; and Sandy Deyelle, secretary. Back row: John Mercer, jporli convener; Peter Owen, vice-president; ond Glendo Curllss, iccial convener. 100 ATTEND STIRLING (HNS) The Lions club closing social was a family outdoor picnic and was held at tiie Stirling Park with close to 100 in attendance. President Andy Kupecz says there are 25 members. FfMay, Juno 53, 1972 _ THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 Wins scholarship Scholarship to McGill Univer- sity, Montreal. It is a major scholarship. It Includes tuition, fees, board and lodging for a four-year univer- sity program. lie received all his schooling in the Picture Bulte area at- tending Hunbiville School, Dor- othy Dalglicsh School and Pic- ture Hulte High School. He is a member of the Picture Butte High School Band and Hie International Brotherhood of Magicians. xfc JAVELIN CHAMP Herb Longworth of the Consolidated High School won ihe senior boys provincial javelin championship at recent compelilions held in Ed- monton. The win makes him eligible to represenl Albejta in the Canadian championships. A Grade 12 student, he plans 1o take up engineering at the University of Alberta this fall. Decoux Phoro BENEFITS AVAILABLE AT NO EXTRA COST 1. A HARVESTING EXPENSE ALLOWANCE will be paid whera losses exceed 2. FIRE COVERAGE on insured crops is included at no extra cost. 3. COVERAGE OF PER ACRE in all rate areas. INSURE WITH CONFIDENCE The Corporation has a record of 34 years of service to Alberta farmers, and handles 75% of Alberta's hail insurance. REFUNDS TO ALLPOLICYHOIDERS The Corporation has a continu- ous 17 year record of premium refunds (up to to policy- holders. The wise farmer protects his invest" ment and his profit with Hail Insur- ance. Don't Wait! Hail Doesn't. It costs no more to insure now and get extra weeks of protection. THE ALBERTA HAIL CROP INSURANCE CORPORATION INSURE WARREN INSURANCE AGENCIES Picture ButN Ph. AGENCIES LTD. Bow Island, Alfa. Bow Island Ph. A. BUCHAN Insurance Agency Champion, Ada. Phone: 897-3747, 897-3758 LARRY C. SMITH ALBERTA WHEAT POOL ELEVATOR Lelhbridge, Alia. BERT AFFLECK f.'o Alberto Wheat Pool flevntor ConraiJ Phono 223-2J29 BOB ROBERTS UNITED GRAIN GROWERS Milk River, Alberta Phone 647-3633, 647-3548 Province of Alberta TREASURY BRANCH .119 6th Strefli South Phono 327-2118 WARREN-PORTER AGENCIES Vauxhall, Alta. Phono 654-2512 DEAN COFELL Tempest, Alto, 315.1875-Bu'. 345-3481 CO-OPERATIVE Insurance Services College Shopping V.all PHONE 328-1175 RUSSELL BOYDEN 1210 13th Street South Phones Bus: 327-9177 Res: 327-6074 ;