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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta KABAYAMA CONGRATULATES MISS HA1NSWORTH FOREMOST letic awards day was held a the Foremost School recentl and school principal Yos. Kabayama expressed concen over the lack of student par ticipation in intramural sports "The backbone of Ihe indivicl ual is said Mr Kabayama, "and the fulfill- ment of this commitment bj the individual." He said sports represents lives had received little sup port from the senior high stii dents. "Unfortunately we seem to have a bunch of vegetables who are lacking in participation anc in support for their team." The top athletic awards for Grades 10 to 12 went to Mar- Bible School Set ETZIKOM (HNS) The Women's Missionary Society met at the home of Mrs. John (Myrtle) Schmidt recently with six members present. Bible study based on Hebrew I was held by Mrs. Frank (Lillian) Weeks. Prayers were led by Mrs. Maurice (Hazel) Erdman and Mrs. Milton (Mary) Eckstrand. A work day was planned to combine with the next meet- ing. It will be held at Many- berries at the home of Mrs. John (Sarah) Hagg. It was also decided daily Bible school will be held during the first week in July. ilyn Kimmilt and Brent Burton. Outstanding athletes in Grades 7 to 9 were Lexe Hains- worth and Fr'ank Ivanics. Marty Jurgens was selected as outstanding athlete from Grades 4 to 6. Jackie Haugen won the girl's award. Lexe Hainsworth was p> e sented with a trophy as sin- gles champion in the County 40- Mile badminton championships. Awards went to Dannv Degenstein and Darrell Hougen for badminton doubles. At junior high level, Banting house swept all the intramural house honors. The principal presented crests to the senior basketball teams, the Falcons and the Forettes. Presentations were made to Mr. Kabayama as coach of the senior girls basketball team by Barbara Ratzlaff, and to Mis. Kabayama. Philip Lodermeier presented a gift to Joe Trefofski, coach of the senior volleyball boys team. Harlan Cahoon, coach of the senior boys team who made the provincial basketball play- offs this year, received a gift. The new students union resident is Edward Ivanics. Vice-president is Nyie Strbms- moe, secretary Peggy Bourelt, ocial convener Frances lougen and sports representa- ives Ross Hainsworth and larilyn Kimmitt. rue COALDALE The Barons- Eurck-a Health Unit is sponsor- ing the following infant and pre-school clinics: TABER: Tuesday, June 30, in the Health Unit Office in the Adminisration Building, from 10 a.m. to J2 noon and to p.m. HARWELL: The clinic in the school July 1 will be can- celled due to the holiday. IROX SPRINGS: The clinic in the Huntsville S'chool July 1 will be cancelled due to the loliday. COALDALE: Thursday, July 2, in the Health Unit Office upstairs in the Town Office 3uilding) from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. TABEIt: Thursday, July 2, in he Hsalth Unit Office in the Administration Building, from 0 a.m. to 12 noon and to p.m. GRASSY LAKE: Friday, luly 3, in tho Chamberlain School from I to 3 p.m. Fluoride tablets are available t all clinics free of charge on doctor's or dentist's prescrip- ion. NATAI, (HNS) Unveiling i cf.