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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta TO OTTAWA Marvin Gmulerson, Picture Buttc Iligll School Grade 10 stu- dent, will visit Oltnwa and Montreal next monlh under the EduCanaila program conducted hy the federal government and the Ottawa school hoard. He tour ihe Mint, lie leaves hy air July 20. Delicious Cafe used iu film MAG RATH fire department played a new role here recently as it created a rain scene for the movie OUT. The set was a black canopy over the entrance to the Deli- cious C af e on Magrath's Main St. Many citizens gathered to watch crews work on the first film to be made here. PINCHER CREEK (Special) The Chinook Health Unit will conduct the following well-baby clinics during July: FOHT MACLEOD: Tuesday, July 4, Health Unit Office, to p.m. PINCHER CHEEK: Wednes- day, July 5, Health Unit Office, to a.m. and to p.m. CLAIIESIIOHI: T h ursday, July 6, elementary school, to p.m. LUNDBRECK: T h ursday, July 6, Anglican Parish Hall, to p.m. COLEMAN: Tuesday, July 11, United Church Hall, to a.m. and to p.m PINCHER CREEK: Wednes- day, July 12, Health Unit Of- fice, to a.m. and to p.m. BLAIRMORE: T h ursday, July 13, Health Unit Office, to a.m. and to p.m. BEI.LEVUE: Friday, July 14, town hall, to p.m. FORT MACLEOD: Tuesday, July 18, Health Unit Office, to p.m. PINCHER CREEK: Wednes- day, July 19, Health Unit Office to a.m. and to p.m. CLARESHOLM: Thursday July 20, elementary school, p.m. Fluoride tablets are available upon request. AID OLDTIMERS Jean Brecka, left, and Debbie Mcllroy, program coordinators at Picture Bulle under the provincial Student Temporary Employment Program are working with senior citizens throughout the Leth- bricfge County 26 area. Oldtimers are urged to telephone 732-4774 for Miss Mcllroy or 345-3746 for Miss Brecka and suggest outings. P. Johnson Pholo. Patterson switches schools HARDIEVILLE D. C. Pat- terson, principal of Hardieville School, has been appointed principal of McNally School, southeast of Lethbridge. Mel McCaugherly, current principal of McNally, is to move to Baker School at Coal- dale. Permits leap PINCHER CREEK (Special) The total value of all build- ing authorized -by permits taken out in the town for the first five months of 1972 stands at an increase from the 1971 f i g u r e of in permits. Building permits issued dur- ing May for new homes con- structed amounted to while repairs permits totallec and those for commer- cial buildings, Install fir aim, Eraser CARMANGAY (HNS) Fol- owing a recent banquet in the larons United Church hall a joint installation ot officers of Cresset Lodge 136, AF and AM, Barons, and Robert Burns [xxlge, AF and1 AM, Carman- gay, was held in the Barons Masonic Hall. Barons officers arc: Allan Fraser, worshipful master; Mel Cowie, senior warden; Ted Ev- ans, junior warden; Arne Dahl, senior deacon; Charlie Flet- cher, junior deacon; Harold Cut forth, senior steward; Ken Kotkas, junior steward; Ell- wood Invin, chaplain; Mike Lip- tak, secretary; Bob Hood, trea- surer; Dave Burwash, inner guard; William Holmes, outer guard; and Dave Shearer, di- rector of ceremonies. Mr. Irwin was elected and in- stalled district deputy grand master for District II at the re- cent grand lodge session at Ed- monton, Carmangay officers; Bert Blimkie, immediate past mas- ter; William Ewing, worslu'pful master; Henry Braun, senior warden; Ken Bjorenson, junior warden; David Hubka, senior deacon; Allan Egland, junior deacon; Glen Anderson, senior steward; Glen Church, junior steward; Allan McLean, chap- lain; Len Fraser, secretary- treasurer; Lloyd Anderson, in- ner guard; Adolph Shumaker, outer guard; and John McFar- land, director of ceremonies. Honored queen Valli Giacomuzzi leads Jobs Daughters in campaign f By VERN DECOUX Crowsnest Pass Bureau FRANK Miss Valli Giacomuzzi has been installed honored queen of Bethel 4 L> ternational Order of Jobs Daughters. Ceremonies were held in the Frank Masonic Hall. The new slate includes 4th messenger, D e nell Blacklock; guide, Margaret McNutt; se- nior princess, Mary Lincliiolm; honored queen; Valli Gia- comuzzi; junior princess, Rob- erta VanWyk; Mitchie Sbigehiro; librarian, Christine Ltndholm; bethel guardian, Maggie Fauville; first messenger, Kathy Bow- man; recorder, Jacqueline Desaunoy; second messenger, Diane Wells; chaplin, Brenda Baher; junior custodian, San- dra Shigehiro; inner guard, i'irgL-Ja Lindholm; musician Jail Wells; senior custodian, Pat Stella; and associate guardian Albert Stella. Installing officers were hon- ored queen Pat Stella, Andrcna Lewis, Linda Svoboda, Lynn Watson, Susan Collings, Carol Stella, Helen Smith, Kris Upton and Mrs. Jean Burgman. Guests were present from the Calgary Bethel. Theme for the Installation was "Happiness is Friendship." Honored queen Miss Gia- comuzzi announced her project for the term would be support of the campaign against cystic Fibrosis. QUEEN OF JOBS DAUGHTERS Miss Valli Giacomuzzi, centre, recently was install- ed queen of Bethel No. 4 International Order of Jobs Daughters of the Frank Mas- onic Hall. Others are, from left: Denell Bl acklock, Margaret McNutt, Mary tindholm, Roberta Van Wyk, Milchie Shigehiro and Christine lindholm. Back rowi Moggie Fau- ville, Kothy Bowman, Jacqueline Desaunoy, Dianne Wells, Brenda Baher, Sandra Shi- gehiro, Virginia Lindholm, Gail Wells, Pat and Albert Stella. Miss Gfacommuzzi's term project is to back the fight against cystic fibrosis. Decoux Photo. LETHBRIDGE SOUTHEAST MUTUAL TELEPHONE POLE AUCTION SALE WILSON SIDING ELEVATORS WILSON SIDING, ALBERTA TUESDAY, JUNE 27 7 p.m. Having received imtruclions from ihe directors of lethbridge South Ecu) Mutual Telephone Co., we wllf offer for sale by Public Auction )he remainder of their assets at listed below subject fo arfdilroni, deletion) or errors as you may find them at the talc. The following Hit it merely a guide and In no way a committal on the part of the directors or auctioneers. TERMS CASH Ihe day of the safe. Possession only offer itemi have been paid for in full. APPROXIMATELY 450 TELEPHONE POLES Of lengths such asr 30-30 Ft. EXTRA LARGE POLES; 50-25 FT. POliS; 550-20 FT. POLES; 75-15 FT. POIES; 45-ODD LENGTHS (ideal for APPROXIMATELY 50 ROLLS TELEPHONE WIRE Included In thil selection of poles aro some good trealed pofci and Ihe larger polei have trealed built. QUANTITY OF 4x4 CROSS ARMS Numerous other items juch at Insulators, Junction Boxes, etc. SALE CONDUCTED BY iiANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX 705, COALDALE, ALBERTA "SERVING THE SOUTH BY WORO OF MOUTH" For furlher information phone or the Owner Auctioneer FRED BURTON Lie. No. 005415 UCTIONEER AUCTIONEER IES HANDIEY ROGER HANDLEY lit. No. 010120 Lie. No. 010121 Huddlestun spurs action on centre PINCHER CREEK (Special) Since the initial public meet- ing held at Ihe MD Building e a r i i e r, senior citizens of Pinchcr Creek and district, aid- ed hy tlicir elected board, are moving toward a gonl of estab- lishing a rirop-in centre here. Board chairman Fred Hud- dlestun, along with John Wood, Max de Young, Albert Ther- riault, Juliette Mclnlee and Elizabeth McLeod, have been investigating possible sites for the centre. They mil report their findings at a second pub- lic meeting to be held June 29, p.m., in the MD Building. Refreshments will be served. Moet Monday PINCHER. CREEK (Special} The Pincher Creek Cattle Breeders Association is hoping to make arrangements to con. duct a local, selected stock cow sale with a tentative date of Nov. 17. A directors' meeting will be held Monday, June 26, at 8 p.m. in the HfD Building lo further arrangements for the sale. The meeting mil be open lo all members. Goldeye Gamp for seveii is co-op plan PINCHER CREEK (Special) The Pinchcr Creek Co-opera- tive Association is again spon- soring a candidate from each of the seven co-op districts to attend the Co-operative Youth Seminar at Goldeye Camp July 16 to 22. Candidates must be between the ages of 16 and 20 years. The Goldeye Camp is situated 110 miles west of Red Deer. Interested people may con- tact the respective co-op direc- tor ill his co-op district by June SO. Frieseu. writes best essay i COALDALE (HNS) The Coaldale Rotary Club recently announced winners of the an- nual Rotary Grade 6 essay con- test. Jerry Friesen of H. I. Baker School won first place. He re- ceived a prize, certificate and the shield. Raymond Gossen of the John Davidson School was second and Lori-Jean Ens of Baker, third. They each received prize and certificate. Topic was "Alberta goes on daylight saving time." About 100 Grade 6 students from Baker, Davidson and St. Joseph's school competed. The winners were accompa- nied by their parents to the re- cent Rotary supper meeting at the Coaldale Steak House. Peter Slemko made the pre scntations. Mrs. Jack (Barbara) Bond 4-H club leader, spoke on the 4-H public speaking program. Bev Hranac of the Lcth bridge-Coaldale 4-H Club gave a talk on public support for the forthcoming 4-H Calf Show and Sale which wilt be held at Leth bridge July 11 and 12. Edges Nobleford NOBLEFORD Tne Nobleford Liltle Leagu hosted the Picture Butte No. team and lost 8-7. The winning pitcher was Tre fan for the Butte and Jankuni suffered the loss. Turin visited Nobleford bu this time the home learn scrambled to defeat the visito 7-6 wilh Jankunis the winner. Iron Springs was undauntcc and trampled Nobleford with 11-2, six-hit performance. Stan Sjogren was credited with thi loss and P. Sorggard the win. Mobile chest x-ray clinic lo be held July 6 at Champion CHAMPION' The Alberta Tuberculosis and Respiratory Disease Association announces a free mobile chest x-ray clinic will be in operation at the Com munily Hall, Champion, Thurs day, July 6, from 1 to S p.m COUNTRY NEWS These Are The Lethbtidcje Herald Correspondents in Your Area BLACKIE MRS. MARGARET MONTGOMERY P.O. Box 141 CRANBROOK NANCY MILES (Special) 304 Slh 51, S. ETZIKOM MRS. THEKLA EHNES Cen. Del. FOREMOST GEOFF. TAGG Box 381 NEW DAYTON MRS. PEARL Contact Iheso people for your District News or Classified Advertising Saturday, 24, 1972 THE IETHERIDGE HERALD 3 HIGH SCHOOL RODEO GRACED BY QUEEN CONTESTANTS Competing for the title Alberta High School Rodeo Queen are, from left, sweethearts Dalyce Van Cleave, Taber, Vickie Mandeville, Lethbridge, Shellee Reeder, Cardston, Joan Berring- ger, Claresliolm, and Marilyn Fleming, Calgary. The girls will compete for the title at the Alberta High School Rodeo finals set to begin ot 8 a.m. Sunday at Pincher Creek. The Alberta queen compete al Ihe international high school rodeo finals Aug. 1 to 6 ot Henderson, Col. Kerber Photo. McCurrach heads SWAT NOBLEFORD The reorganizational meeting of South West Action Teams was held in the kitchen of the Nobleford Community Ice Cen- tre recently. Elected president: Duane Mc- Currach. Alex Harm is vice- president; Cheryl Sanderson, secretary; Wanda Luchia, trea- surer; and Kathy Jankunis, so- cial convener. Minimum age is now 13 years. The coffee house will be open two nights a week, Tuesdays and Thurs days. Teen-agers from Barons will be welcome. The onus is on the club mem- bers to keep anyone they sus- pect being under the influence of drugs or alcohol out of the club rooms. Now Save up to 90% on OiE and Filter Expenses with a FRANTZ OIL CLEANER Proven System of Oil Filtration Better engine performance! 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