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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Summer is around and about us. Pack and Troop camping seems lo he Hie order1 of Iho day. Already Camp Impeesa is in Hie minds of various Cub Packs whose school vocation begins July 1. In fact Scouter Sid Pollock, assisted by Norm- an Larson and Mr. and Mrs. Ron Cormack, had 19 Cubs out for the weekend of June 5. 'Die early ones in camp always see Hie later ones do not get to see. The Fifth Lclh- bridge are in now with the 15th Lethbridge as well. They will have found the weather warm TEACHERS RETIRE year the Pincher Creek school division will see four of its teachers retire ot the end of June: from left, Mrs. Marion Connelly, Mrs. islay Bonertl, Mrs. Edith Davies and Mrs. Corinne Boyden. Recently they were honored by the Pincher Creek local of the ATA at a banquet in St. John's Parish Hall. More than 70 teachers attended. Ed Lunn Photo. IODE Zone Conference Held At Pineher Creek PINCHER CREEK (Special) McPhail Chapter of the IODE had the honor of host- ing the zone conference in the Dieppe Memorial Hall of the Legion recently. Mrs. J. D. Fraser and Mrs. G. Reeves registered the guests while Mrs. H. Cameron paired the visiting ladies with local members for dinner partners, thus setting a friendly atmos- Stirling Girls Earn Degrees STIRLING (HNS) _ In the recent convocation at Brigham Young University at Provo, Calleen Hardy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs .Clinton Hardy of Stir- ling, received a Bachelor ol Science degree with a major in Child Development and Family Living. She received her public and high school education in Stir- ling and has now accepted a position in Provo. Darlene Herget, only daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Moroni Herget of Stirling, received her Bachelor of Education degree from the University of Alberta recently. She majored in Home Economics and will teach this fall at the W. R. Myers School in Taber. In other Stirling news, Val- erie Hirsche and Gary Nilsson attended classes at the Buck- horn Ranch, near Pincher Creek. They received instruc- tion in playground leadership, sponsored by the Alberta De- partment of Recreation for youth. phere which prevailed through out the afternoon. At the banquet held at noo Mrs. R. Hewitt added the bless ing and Regent Mrs. P. Deraii made the toast to the Queen. Following dinner1, the meetin was capably chaired by Mrs. Milne. Mrs. F. Lynch-Staunto recorded the minutes. Among the 37 guests presen were provincial officers from Calgary, President Mrs. Jea Florentine; Organizing Secre- tary Mrs. Catherine Hugh.? and Services section Mrs. Bett Collins, Regents included Mis Jenny King of the McDouga' Chapter, Calgary; Mrs. Beth Craig of Major Jack Ross Chap- ter; Mrs. Margaret Nelson o Sir Alexander Gait Chapter both of Lethbridge and 14 mem hers from Lethbridge. The Regents introduced thei: members and gave a resume o the yeaf's many activities both the work and entertain ment fields. Many scholarships donated hours of service an( varied projects were noted Provincial president Mrs. Flo- rendine presented a 25-year pin and a silver1 rose corsage to Mrs. J. Milne. Organizing Secretary Mrs. Hughes dealt with various pro- jects. Mrs. Collings, Services section, showed samples of works done and discussed health and dental kits. She in- dicated that of 50 dental cases sent from National to Nigeria 11 were sent from Calgary. Also 300 vests sent to the Eskimos had gone from Alberta. President Florendine report- ed on the National meeting held Saskatoon. In the IODE there are three main depart- ments, Education, Service and Citizenship. To keep Chapters active as many as possible should have offices or jobs. Calendars will be retained and Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Docoux, Resident Rep., 562-2149 Echoes should remain the same price for two years. There were discussions on strengthening ties with the monarchy and the value of youtn hostels. It was suggested that a National IODE week, previous to Founder's Day, be held. In addition to the sent to Trail and to UNICEF had been given to the Playwriter's Competition. Fifty pounds of cheese was sent to the Victoria League and worth of Canadian cheese to the League Market. A room in the hostel had also been decor- ated. The next National meeting will be held in New Brunswick while the next zone meeting will be hosted by Dr. F. H. Mewburn OBE Chapter in Lett- bridge. Mrs. Mae Hammond present- ed a question box and many thoughtful queries came up and a lively informative discussion resulted. The tea break was in charge of Mesdames Mae Hammond, Joy Cameron and Hazfil Reeves. s Heads Chamber TABER (HNS) L. D. Lee Mills will head the Taber Chamber of Commerce as president for the year com- mencing Sept. 1. Mr. Mills was elected by ac- clamation to succeed Lawrence N. Campbell at a general breakfast meeting. Other officers elected were John Tarns and Dr. N. Stuart Boyle as first and second vice- presidents. Ross Gibb will continue as secretary treasurer. The executive committ e e was authorized to meet with the nominating committee to complete the roster of 12 direc- tors. Current memberships stand at 92 with returns incomplete. Membership revenue stands at Mr. Gibb presented an in- terim financial report which showed a surplus of from the rodeo booklet after parade expenses, the surplus being ear marked for Santa Claus Day under the direction of the retail merchants association. Town council representative Kenneth McDonald introduced d-scus'sion on the possibility of nursing home facilities in Taber. Further consideration was deferred to the chamber council meeting July 8 at which representatives of the Taber industrial development com- mission will be present. enough. The First Pinchi Creek Pack follows up will) tl First Blairmorc Lions Pack follow. Yours truly will be vis: ing and recording some of the fun. Scouter Robcit Steed has ready disappeared over the ho izon with his 12th Lethbridg Troop to explore the campin in Ihe Flalhead country. Wa until they come back with the fish lales. From all accoun that is a good place to go wii boys. The Adventurers from We] ing with Scouter David are planning a trip to the fab lens Philmont Scout Ranch u New Mexico. They will something to talk about whe they return. Leo Toone of Clareslroln Robert Brandley of Haymon and Claude Leeks of Taber ar at the Carleton University Ottawa for a week-long Nationa Institute of the Boys Scouts Canada. This will nin to Jul 5. Long lime Scouter1 Lorn Laidlaw of the Foremost Dis l.rict has resigned as DLstric Commissioner, a position hel' for almost years. Needle? to say he will be missed for hi work in Hie district. Thanks Lome, for all you have given. It is with no small regret tha we hear that the 1970 Jambor ette had to be cancelled. Rt gional Commissioner Eldre Palmer and his .committee di so much work and planning Not enough registrations cam in it seems. It is to be hopet that extra Troop and Venture camping will in a small wa compensate for this cancella tion. Pincher Creek Scouter Jacl Dyef is recuperating at norm after a long session and sur gery at the Foothills Hospital ui Calgary. It is to be hoped tha Scouting friends will get to visit him while he is laid up Happy convalescence, Jack. Five Indian Youths Form Music Group PINCHER CREEK (Special) The Sundance Reunion is a popular up and coming music from Calgary. This group made up of five Blackfoot Indian boys who are all ardent music lovers. Matthew Many Heads, 20, the oldest of the ;roup, plays the guitar. Bass is >layed by Richard Many Heads vho is 17. Nineteen-yeaf-old Arthur A. Young Man beats on he drums while 17-year-old Andrew Franklin McHugh plays organ and the rhythm. All he boys sing but James Frank- in McHugh is the lead vocal- st. He also plays the percus- ion instruments. Their man- ager is Doug Wong of Calgary and Charles Laws is their elec- tronic electrician. The boys first met at the Old Sun School and have chummed together sjnce choir days at the Anglican School. They are now attending Crescent Heights High School. In October of 1969, the boys got together to form a band. The Sundance Reunion has composed their own music and lyrics to about 20 songs, three of which have been recorded. Their record I Am Living is already on the market. This record is listed iKd-sr Project No. 9. KIRK'S "The Tire Experts" Are Pleased To Offer UNIROYAL'S AMAZING FASTRAK 78 Series Wide Belt Tires At This Amazin: Low Price! 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The program was directed by music teacher Cherie Edlund vho accompanied many of the t e m s assisted by teacher Ulaine Phillips. The concert opened with an iperelta, Three Little Pigs, by Grade 1 class of Mrs. Ann )illenbeck. The other Grade 1 lass under Mrs. Ross then did an item of interpretive music. Circus Sights and Sounds was he title of an operetta by Mrs. lehlen's Grade 2 class; This vas followed by an operetta "inging Through the Day by Irs. Heninger's class. The Grade 3 classes of Mrs. and Mrs. Atkins com- ined for songs featuring var- ous solo instruments. Tiie combined Grade 6 classes Voters Support lospital Bylaw FERNIE (HNS) rs in the East Koolenay Hos- ital District have solidly voted pproval of a hospital financ- i.g bylaw for They avored the bylaw by 36 per1 ent in the recent "voting. It is expected that construe- on of the new hospital will get nder way this fall. of vice-principal Garry Law and Brian Lloyd thrilled the au- dience with a selection from the musical, The Sound of Music. They sang the title song and Ihe well known numbers Doh-Re-Mi and Edelweiss. Grade 5 performed a selec- tion of country and western numbers. Running Bear, Indian Game Song, .Streets of Laredo and Tills Land is Your Land. The final item by the elemen- tary students was by Grade 4, Hie class of Mrs. Stromsmoe. They did rounds and canons. The second part of the pro- gram featuring the Grade 3 choir was performed for the younger children. The group received marks of 85 on all three items at the Lethbridge. festival this year. Pieces performed by the choir were. The Green Green Grass of Home, Both Sides Now, Love is Blue, Michelle, Yesterday. Rain drops Keep Fallin' On My Head, My Special Angel and festival piece The Bate. A presentation was made to Mrs. Edlund on behalf of the choir by Nina Danforth. (COUNTRY NEWS These Are Herald Correspondents In Your Area BLACKIE MRS. MARGARIT MONTGOMERY P.Q Box 148 ENCHANT MRS. MARGARET DORCHAK P.O. Box 1B52 BARONS MRS. JUNE COWIE P.O. Box 231 CROWSNEST PASS VERN DECOUX General Delivery Contact these people for your District News or Classified Advertising WORLD OF SHOES of all SHOES Our Complete Stock On 6th Street S. SALE STARTS THURSDAY 9 A.M. ;