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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 6, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta WtdntMtey, March 6, 1974-THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD-31 160 help celebrate CWL 25th anniversary PICTURE BUTTE (Special) Twenty-five years of hard work and dedication brought honor at a banquet here recently, when 160 guests gathered in the St. Catherine's School auditorium to help the Catholic Women's League celebrate. Rev. O'Brien, who launched Music festival final Thursday TABER (HNS) The grand final program of the Taber and District Music Festival will be held at 8 p.m. Thursday in the W. R. Myers High School here. All 730 students will sing together in the final numbers. Each participating school will entertain with choral music. Schools of the Taber separate school district, Taber public school district and Barnwell are taking part in the festival. It is entitled Music for Many Students in Song and is non- competitive, there being no adjudication and no prize winners. "The purpose is to get students making music together in large numbers, not. school against school, but school with said Malcolm Edwards of the W. R. Myers School. He headed the committee that organized the festival. the CWL when he was here in 1949, said mass to commence the celebration in St. Catherine's Roman Catholic Church. Thelma O'Donnell welcomed charter members, former Picture Butte priests and other guests. Fiver charter members were honored, including a presentation to Herman Wurzer on behalf of his late wife, Muriel. Before the 25th birthday cake was cut and served, Margareta Scherer of Lethbridge, diocesan president of the CWL, challenged all present'to take the example set by the members who laid the foundations for a good organization. "Too many.years the CWL has a catering group whose main service is to raise she said. "Surely funds are necessary, but our chief object is to portray Christian principals, playing our important roles as women and mothers, promoting racial harmony and good education. "I Mrs. Scherer concluded, "that women have a great contribution to make through loving service to God and Canada." Mayor Alex Chronik also extended congratulations to the CWL from the town, and thanked them for their hard work. E. Kootenay projects get incentives offers CRANBROOK (HNS) Most recent activities summary on federal regional development incentives lists three revised offers of assistance in East Kootenay Total eligible cost exceeds and the three projects, when operating, would create 16 new jobs. Largest is expansion, modernization and new plant facilities for Brisco Sawmills Ltd. in the upper Columbia Valley. Its total expenditure would be of which incentive grant is Process would be manufacturing kiln dry and dressed lumber studs. Furthest north project is plant railway tie mill expansion of Mica Dam Sawmills Ltd. on the Big Bend of the Columbia. It has an estimated total cost of with incentive grant at and would create four new jobs. Third is Columbia Chrome Grinders Ltd., new project manufacturing machine parts. Its location is create eight new jobs and Cranbrook and the estimated estimated incentive grant is total cost is It would Figure skating club plans revue at Taber TABER (HNS) "How the West Was Fun" is the theme for the 1974 edition of the annual figure skating revue to be staged by the Taber Figure Skating Club. Original script for the revue a salute to the RCMP Centennial has been written by Joanne Englehardt. Miss Engelhardt will direct the revue. She is the instructor for the Taber club this year. There will be two performances for the revue, one in the afternoon and one in the evening of March 16. In addition to the local talent there will be guest skaters from the Calalta Club in Calgary, including Peggy McLean, foremost skater for young women in Western Canada, and Doug Kortguaard and Maura Knowes, a dance team. Carnival chairman this year is Frank Sudol. CONVENIENT SHOPPING The convenience of having ample parking space and many shops under the same roof has led to a change in shopping habits among Canadians, many of whom favor the shopping mall concept. Service award County of Forty Mile Reeve Dan Vanden Berg, left, presents a 25-year service pin to county secretary-treasurer Roy Wallman at the county ratepayers' annual meet- ing at Bow Island Monday. Do your Spring marvellous polyester! for a total concept With polyester double knits that hold their line, softly. Keep their shape machine washing after washing. Easy travellers too no matter how they're scrunched up, they shed their wrinkles. 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