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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Miss Dixsoii Honored By Shower ETZ1KOM (HNS) In the Hoping Community Ccn Ire Miss Darlcnc Dixson, daughter cf Mi'. ;ind Mrs. Ilussel Dix- son, was guest of honor at a miscellaneous shower, sponsor- ed by the Thistle Ridge Club, Faith Catholic Women's League and the Hoping Alberta Women's Institute. Comical questions w ere aimed at guests (pertaining to marriage) by Mrs. Lylc (Finny) Hollingsworth and Mrs. Bill (Delores) Buttenvick. Decorations on the gift table were miniature shower orna- ments featuring a bride doll. Assisting the bride-to-be in unwrapping gifts were her sis- ter, Miss Alic Dixsoii with Mrs. Harry (Beverly) Ully record- ing the gifts. Arranging Uic gifts was her cousin Miss Col- leen Dixson and Sherry Black. A tablecloth was signed by each guest as they entered the door. Heading ceremonies was Mrs. George (Josephine) Fauth. Miss Dixson will be married to Doug Smith of Calgary June 27. Plan Gifts For Child In Korea NOBLEFORD (TINS) The June meeting of the Nobleforc United Church Women was belt in the manse in Barons. Nine women attended. Roll call was answered with a gift for the Christmas parcel for 'our' foster child Woo Byung Soo of Korea. All gifts not turn- ed hi at Uie meeting are to he given to Mrs. Borggard nol later than June 26, so that it may be mailed in time to meet the deadline of parcels arriving at New York for shipment over- seas. The plans for a horticul- tural show were discussed. Au- gust 2C, was the date set for this event. A committee was farmed for this project. There will be no UCW meet- ings during July and Agust. The September meeting will be held in tire church. NIMSICK, LENARDON, STEWART AND CIMOLINI Earl Tabor Speaks Rev. Jim Ford., Mrs. Ford Honored By Parishioners (HNS) A pot- luck supper was held in (he Hoping Community Centre re- ccntly to honor Kcv. and Mrs. Jim Ford who arc leaving. Firelighters te Saturday Parade Sparks Fun TABEIl (HNS) Taber vol- unteer firefighters will host a hose laying competition here Saturday afternoon, June 27. Teams competing will be from southern Alberta, B.C., and Montana locations, includ- ing women's teams. Members of the fire commis- sioner's staff from Edmonton will do the timing and judg- ing. The event will take place south of the civic administra- tion building. By PAUL CIIAI.A Herald News Service NATAL, B.C. Under a r i g h t sky, District of Spar- vood with staged its all proceeds celebration going to- Sportpl .ex Sod-Turning Scheduled COALDALE (HNS) The official soil-turning ceremony for the Sportplex will take place at 3 p.m. Monday, June 29. Tlie site location is on the east end of town, adjacent to the Coaldale Curling Rink. The event is planned jointly by town council and the south- ern county regional recreation board. Council appointed coun- cillor Frank F. Wiens to make arrangements. Mayor Rev. R. D. Johnstone will turn the first sod for the Sportplex. wards the Centennial project, upgrading school grounds at Sparwocd for sports. Special guests were Fernie Mayor Reno Lenardon; Okana- gan-K o o t e n a y MP Douglas Stewart and MLA Leo T. Nim- sick of the Kootenay riding. Siro Cimolini, Sparwood ald- erman was on hand. A parade at a.m., com- mencing at the Elementar School in Natal under parac marshall Frank Mitchell, pro ceeded to the arena where th Family Uiiil Great Concern Of LDS Church RAYMOND (HNS) Th family unit is the first an greatest concern of the lead ers of the LDS Elde Loren C. Dunn, member of th First Council of Seventy, tolc more than members of thi Taylor Stake. Mr. Dunn represented tin general church organizations a the quarterly conference of tilt Taylor Stake here recently. Mr. Dunn gave parents tw guides to follow in teaching jieir children. The first is reg ular, faithful family prayer with all members present. "It is only through prayer we lave a direct contact with he said. The second rule to follow: 'amily home evening must be icld once a week. He then loir the proper way to conduct a amily home evening. He tolc parents this is a time when jroblems and questions of in- lividuals are brought before he council of the parents with all members of the family unit aking part to find a solution. Speaking to (lie parents Mr. Dunn said, "good parents do not destroy the faith of their iiildren by criticizing author- ty." OFFICIAL OPENING G H SERVICE AUTOMOTIVE REPAIRS DOWNTOWN QUINN BUILDING, MILK RIVER SATURDAY, JUNE 27th-1 to 5 p.m. COFFEE AND DONUTS SERVED YOUR HOSTS GLEN ELLERT ond HARVEY IESUE welcoming address was made by acting-mayor Earl Tabor. The Royal Canadian Legion Pipe Band from L e t h bridge was well received. In the parade were two citi- zens who have resided in the district the longest, Charlie Kozicr, since 190G and Mrs. Annie Kaisner, since 1903. Ths following parade win- ners were announced: Best decorated floats: Elk Valley Mountaineers. Best representative float: District of S'parwood firemen. Best Comic float: Sparwood Secondary School. Best decorated car: Mrs. Bertha Morgan. Best decorated horse and rider: Mrs. Gordon Whittaker. Best comic (senior person) going to the pair of Mrs. C. Parson and Mrs. Elio Bellina. Best decorated bicycle: Da- vie Beranek. Best decorated tricycle: Kai- ser Future Mines represented by the Galla twins. The Komenae Jets of Spar- wood won the men's tourna- ment winning both games and won the Dislrict of Sparwood First Annual Invitational Soft- ball Tournament Trophy. The Fernie All-Stars won the women's tournament by win- ning both games and were pre- Simday School Honors Pupils COUTTS (HNS) Children of the Coutts United Church Sunday School were presented with special awards and atten- dance pins by Mrs. William Harvie, Sunday School superin- tendent, during regular church service recently. The Weins children, Char- lotte, Janet and Randy, having attended the required 50 Sun- days, received their gift of Bi- bles. Pamela Ilacke was awarded sented with the District of I a perfect attendance pin for the S'parwood First Annual Invita- tional Softball Tournament Tro- phy. The celebration concluded with a social and dance in the St. Michael's Hall in Natal. fourth time in the past five years. Antony Robinson also re- ceived a perfect attendance pin, lus third in the past five years. A sing-song was held after which Mr. Ford showed films on his parish and local scenery. Mrs. Harold (Laura) Wesley look Polaroid snaps of the par- isioncrs and placed Ihem in an album to lie presented to the Ford's by Chuck Laqua. Ralph Lee also presented the couple with a purse of money to be used for charities. Mr. Ford will he replaced by Rev. Mr. A. Smith. Toi-Lol Fool Still Wauled COALDALE (HiNS) Coun- cillor Frank F. Wieiis recently asked whcihef council is in favor of continuing the tot-lot wading pool. A sportplex swimming pool is planned. Council was certain that lot- let pool should not be phased out. When it was stated there may be considerable distance between the swimming pool and the wading pool locations councillor Hon Low informed council that hi Raymond the facilities are several blocks ipsrt. Councillor Wiens said upkeep and operation costs are reasons to consider phasing it out. A fence around the wading pool and the relocating of the sandbox away from the pool lias been proposed for several years. It has not been done. The question regarding the needed fence and sandbox re- location was received by coun- cil from a local citizen. DRAFT BYLAW COALDALE (HNS) A new )lumbing bylaw will be drafted "or town council to study at its next meeting. _ -I jaa If -'J rj.SJ.T3J' Roundup of Leaders Wanted COALDALE (HNS) Th southern county regional re creation board still needs ju nior leaders for the summe playground program planne for the area. Girls is to 17 years of ag are needed. The girls will be assistinj senior leader's on a voluntary basis. Girls interested are re quested to contact W. D. Gel dert, recreation director, at thavel is needed. If it is avail- able public works crews will put some gravel on the parking area. Farm machinery was left larked on the lot for most of he winter. Originally the town planned a Tuck parking lot but the police ommission and council wants o permit cars too. Install Officers NATAL, B.C. (HNS) La- lies Auxiliary to Michel Fra- emal Order of Eagles install- ed officers recently. Installed were: Mrs. Annie Whittaker, junior past grand; Mrs. Gwen Myles, president; Mrs. Lorraine Fontana, v i c e- president; Mrs. Jean Mitchell. chaplain; Mrs. Emily Beard, conductor: Mrs. Euphemia Koz- ler, secretary; Mrs. Annie Tra- vis, treasurer; Mrs. Noemi Martinello, inside guard; Mrs. Millie Kotck, outside guard; and trustees Mrs. Nancy James. Mrs. Catherine Find- ley and Mrs. Anne Mannion. Mrs. Anna Fairclough was in- stalled mother of the order. Softball Tourney COALDALE (HNS) A women's tournament will be held here Sunday, June 23. commencing at 10 a.m. Games will be played at Hie Coaldale Baseball Park, St. Jo- seph's School and John David- son School baseball diamonds. Three teams from Taber and one each from Milk Kivcr. Dei Bonita. Scandia, Magrath and Coaldale will compete. Six Elected NATAL, B.C. (HNS) Six I parishioners, three women and hrcc men, of St. Michael's Ionian Caiiiolic Church, were elected and added to parish council. Elected were Mrs. Sophie Krall, Miss Jemma Jacino, Frank Fairclough, Reggie Gris, Silvio Fornasier and Miss Helen Galla. This brings the number of parishioners on the parish council to 11, as seven mem- bers were previously named. The primary work of the par- ish council is that of relocating church property to the new townsite in Sparwood. Troubles Galore COALDALE (HNS) Conn cillor Ben Reimer informed council recently Alberta Gov eniment Telephones repairmen were called out six times to re- IIEADS LIONS Bob Hud- dlestonc heads the Warner Lions Club. Other oflicers: Don McCoy, Jim Murray and Gerald Hulclu'nson, vice-pres- idents; John Bolokoski, sec- rctary; Jim Franks, treasur- er: Ken Stroman and .lay Snow, tail twisters; Jim Clarke, lion tamer; and di- rectors Dale McKenzie, Mal- colra Flexhaiig, Rtiss Wcibe and Wayne Glass. jpair the police car telephone during one recent weekend. A new phone has been or- dered. A new siren is needed. Due to the high cost, to ?380, the commission decided to re- pair the one it has. The radar set has been sent away for repairs. Council approved the recom- mendation of the commission to place Chief Ayottc on per- manent cmploynient. The resignation of Const. John Godkin was received. Some of the culprits over- turning and damaging the sprinkler system at Kate An- drews High School were appre- hended. Necessary steps have been taken. Donate Trophies RAYMOND (HNS) Ray- mond businessmen' and farm- ers alike support the annual Stampede and Race Meet to be held July 1, 1970. Albert Ralph, past president of the Raymond Stampede As- sociation, now on the board of directors, reports trophies have been donated for each arena event. Stones Service Store has con- tributed the trophy for the steer decorating; Central Farm for the saddle bronc ride; Ray- mond Motors, calf roping; Ju- bilee Motors, bareback ride; Reservoir Farms, steer ride: Ralph Transport, ladies barrel race; Super Sales and Service, amateur bronc ride. 102 CONVICTIONS COALDALE (HNS) The 'oaldale police department during May handled 117 barges and 102 resulted in Convictions. Received in fines: Keeping prisoners cost 109. There was one minor ac- ident amounting to 5125 in amages. APPLIANCE CLOSE-OUT-SALE! S115 ALMOST NEW TAPPAN AUTOMATIC RANGE CLOCK Timed outlel Four burners Window Oven. Regulnr SEIL-OUT PRICE ADMIRAL 17 CU. FT. NO FROST TWO DOOR REFRIGERATOR Regular SELt-OUT PRICE GENERAL ELECTRIC LIKE NEW REFRIGERATOR Very Quid, SEILOUT BUT A FEW OF MANY BARGAINS BERT <.MACS STEREO AND COLOR TV 315 7th Slrcol South Phone .127-3232 "SERVING SOUTH AlBERIA TOR OVER 31 YEARS" 26, 1970 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 Bargains For Your Barbecue! Prices effective until closing Saturday, June 27 BONELESS BOSTON BUTT Top RosjBid Steak Blue Ribbon. lOc off.............Mb. ba: for Canned lim SUNRYPE BLUE LABEL PPLE JUKI 48-OZ. TINS EACH TOP VALU STRAWBERRY JAill 24-OZ. TIN pkg. Evap. Mi! Briquets S Foil Wrap H 10 CALIFORNIA LARGE SIZE CANTALOUPE EACH Peaches WE RESERVE THf RIGHT TO tIMIT QUANTITIES ;