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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednotday, June It, 1972 TH1 WRAID _ 3 GRAND CHAMPION Josephine Murin was a proud and happy girl when she fook grand championship honors with her Hereford steer at the combined achievement day of the Foothills, (Pincher Glenwooct and Timber Traits, 4-H calf clubs. Cooks Construction bought her pound calf at per hundredweight. It brought Catholic ivomen honor Mrs. Troidl VVARNEH (HNS) Mrs. Anna Troidl was honored as the longest-serving Warner member in the Catholic Wom- en's League at the recent Cal- gary Diocesan CWI Convention at Calgary. Dot Pittman and Mrs. Ella Heppler also attended. The June meeting was held at the home of Mrs. Leoen Clayton with Mrs. Anne Pitt- man as co-hostess. Recently a dinner was served to all the first commu- nicants and I he i r, immediate families in (he Library Hall. The children who made their first communion were Bryan Collin, Tim Collin, Nancy Dig- gers, Connie Curl, Wayne Curl, Danny Murray, Kim Moshur- chak and Charles Piltman. The dinner was served by Jean Piltman and Adele Bryska with'Lois and Eleanor Pittman as helpers. The CWL, sponsored a cat- echism picnic in the town park. Health Week poster winners are Peroiii, Yee, Hildebrandt 11 catechism children, pre- ehoolers, and teachers were resent. The float committee reported iat a float is to be entered in le parade on July 17, and sev- ral work bees will be held to lake (lowers. A general clean-up, led by Irs. Mary Heppler, took nlace n (he church yard. Mrs. Catherine Drake attend' a meeting at Hidgeview Lodge to represent the CWL. The Warner CWL was put In harge oE an evening of enter ainment at the Lodge for Oc- ober and April. A bake sale will be held at the lodge July 22. NATAL (HNS) _ Health Week was recently observed at Sparwood. The walls of the shopping mall were decorated with post- ers on medical and nutritional health. These were drawn by pupils in Grades 4, 5 and 6. Top poster artists prizes from Mayor Ungaro. First prize received Louis went to Linda Peroni, second to Mar- garet Yee and third to Brenda Hildebrandt. Them were also six runners-up in the contest. An empty bay of the mall was used to show a series of movies on arthritis and cancer. Dr. E. Luzod was present to answer questions. Movies were obtained by Mrs. Betty Dufour, Mrs. Mar- garet Sofko ancl Mrs. Lois Pascovich projected Halkp. Mike the movies. A nutrition table was or. ganized by Mrs. Hena Ma- honey and Mrs. Betty Ann Sakals. It .featured foods ot high nutritional value, lesser- known cooking utensils and sample nutritional foods, such as carrot cake and wheat muf- fins. Pamphlets were made avail- able. Mrs. June Bodie and Dick Clarke were responsible for making possible the children's art exliihition. The final activity in Health Week was .a seminar on drugs conducted by Dr. F. Lundgren. CONCERT DANCE From SPOKANE "BLIND WILLIE" ALSO APPEARING BILLY NICHOL At The Coleman Arena Thursday, June 29th, 8 to a.m. ADMISSION Sponsored by CROWS NEST PASS CONSOLIDATED HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS' UNION PLAN TO ATTEND THE RAYMOND STAMPEDE AND RACE MEET SATURDAY, JULY 1st WESTERN BOOTS by Tony Lamo, Juslin, Texas, Bighorn, and Cowtown. WESTERN SHIRTS by Tem-Tex, Karman, and Miller STRAW AND fELT HATS by Bailey and Resistol WESTERN SUITS AND SPORT JACKETS by Prince Clothing WESTERN SLACKS by LevEs and Prince Clothing We carry over 6000 pairs of Jeans ond Casuals by Levrs, Tee. and Wrangler. USE YOUR CHARGEX TOP ATHLETES-Students of the Isabelle Sellon-School Blairmore, swept all honors al the recent inter-school track and field meet at the Horace Aden School, Cole- man. Winners, front row: Debbie Derenzo, junior class champion; Billie Stewart, intermediate class champion; Valli Peressini, senior class champion. Back row: Jim Colucci, junior class champion; Michael Yanota, inter- mediate class champion; and Victor Klemevicius, senior class champion, all from the Isabelle Sellorc School. Decoux Photo. UNITED WE STAND Co-operation Is the key to success In the three-legged race. Tied up for the event, these boys are on the mark ft the recent sports day at the John Davidson School, Coaldale. Howard White, Clarence Wiens, Keith Sprinkle, Karin Linder, Kevin Kundl, Connie Neil, Ricky Draudson, Gary Kasner, Barry Ober, Tanya Farr, tinda Payne, Terry-Ann Hurst, Judy Cook, Dannie Rieman, Cynthia Siebert, tindsey Nev'lle, Glenroy Payne, Betty Neil, Roy Tsukishima, Clarence linger, Norma Dyck, Dions Klassen, Hugh Herget, Brenda Harms, Carolyn Sera, Curtis Buck, Joyce Siebert, Jonet Reid, Andy Cady, Douglas Veldkamp, tori Giesbrecht, Bobby Siemens, Russel Traber, Ann Tsukishima and Elsie Harms comprised the winning team. Tymburski Photo Struggle for best land use continues NATAL (HNS) One subdi- vision plan was turned down and two more referred to a techni c a 1 planning committee by the Regional District of East Kootenay in a continuing struggle for best land use witii- in the district. Turned down was an appli- cation of H. Zirnhelt for a sub- division at Bummer's Flats, on the river side of the highway between Fort Steele and Wasa Lake. The water rights branch said the whole area's elevation is too low for residential use. One of the two plans sent to the technical planning commis- sion for a recommendation was submitted by Crestmere Hold- ings Ltd. It has some 300 acres on the Kimberley Cranbrook highway across tha road from Porteous. The company has already subdivided one-third of EARL BASCOM, WESTERN ARTIST Bascom bosses bristle brushes .he property but Regional Planner Alfred Miller refused 'urther subdivision because he now h a s an official regional which would not allow ur- sprawl in that prime agri- cultural area. Director James Whiting, who WESTERN WEAR Sleret S. L WE TAKE GRAIN IN TRADE Phone 328-4726 By DELIA WOOLF Heraltl News Scn'ice RAYMOND B ossing out- a w horses, mean, fighting bulls and wild steers built up i reputation for Earl Bascom n the stampede and rodeo arena before he turned from this life to boss bristle brush- es. Money made in the arena said bis way through art school at Brigham Young Univer- sity and for a Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints mission. Now he spends all of his time at his studio in Apple Valley, Calif., where he paints western scenes of Hie life be knows best. Mr. Bascom turned to paint- ing during his freshman year at college when he won the Studio Guild Art Award for best oil painting of the year. "Painting is what I always wanted to do from the time I was a little boy in school al Raymond where I covered my school books with pictures of horses and wild animals. There were limes when this brought me trouble from the.teacher." He began to ride in the arena at the age of 12 at the Ray- mond Stampede. Decorating I the steer became his specialty.' In this event he won his great- est honors, second in the World Championship at Calgary and third place for all decorating contests in the world by the Rodeo Association of America. The year was 1933. Speaking of bis pictures, Bascom says: "I paint the West as I knew it, rough and rugged and tough as leather, but with a big heart and honest as the day is long." Season ends MILK RIVER (HNS) The local ladies slow pitch ball team has completed its sched- ule for this season having com- piled a 9-3 won-lost record. It has played good as well as entertaining ball during the season. PROUD TO BE A CANADIAN Relax and enjoy limefy holiday reading Ibis Friday. Gillian Pritchord, a writer who lives on a farm oulsrde Toronlo, explains why she become a Canadian citizen after 17 years in Canada. She telfs how a visit became a love affair, including what'i involved in acquiring Canadian citizenship, and what happened in the citizenship court- That's ihis Friday IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERAID WEEKEND MAGAZINE represents the area, said that, although the owners said the remaining land would not be an economical a g r i c u 1 lural unit, they still hold grazing rights from the forestry de- partment and run 55 head of cattle there. "They haven't made' up their minds whether they are farm- ers or in real estate. They can't have it both he com- mented on the a p p li cation to the board following refusal of Mr. Miller to approve further subdivision. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Denial Mechanic Suite 8-304 Slh St. S. 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