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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, Moxh C, 1971 THE IETHERIDGE MtRAlD 3 DELEGATE Leo Ellert of Milk River will represent district 27 at UFA'S annual meeting in Calgary March 16, 17 and as. Mr. Ellen will he among 70 delegates and di- rectors attending the meet- ings which will declare re- bates and patronage divi- dends to be paid to UFA member customers on 1970 business. Sparwood junior girls are slipping NATAL (HNS) Playing in junior high school basketball, Sparwood teams hosted Jaffray Juniors and travelled to play Coleman juniors. Junior girls went down to de> feat by a 22 16 score to Jaf- fray. Brenda Downey with eight and Marilyn Downey with five were high scorers for the los- ers. Junior boys kept up their winning ways as they scored a one sided 26-5 win over Jaffray. Stu Mitchell with six and Randy with five points were tops. At Coleman in the Crowsnest Consolidated High School audi- torium Sparwood Juniors split two games. In the first junior girls battl- ed on even terms for three quarters of the game before bowing to the Coleman gals 29-9. Marilyn Downey netted five points. Sparwood Junior boys, who have lost but a single game this season, scored a 21 11 win over Coleman. Stu Mitchell netted 13 points. District doings Register pupils COALDALE (HNS) Regis- trations of children in Coaldale and district who will be com- mencing school m September are now being accepted by Pe- ter Slemko, principal of John Davidson School and James Parks, principal of Hie R. I. Baker School in Coaldale. Heads UCW GRANUM (HNS) Mrs. A Dunlop recently was elected president of the Granum United Church Women. Other officers: secretary, Mrs. L. Bailey; treasurer, Mrs. K. Peterson; program and de- votional, Mrs. F. Blair, Mrs, E. Griffey and Mrs. E. Mohr; social conveners, Mrs. C. Per- ret, Mrs. S. Byer, Mrs. M Neu- feld. and Mrs. H. Schlossburg- er Mrs. F. Blair showed slides taken during a recent trip lo Mexico. Sportplex fund COALDALE (HNS) The Coaldale Sportsplex Fund now has reached Bill Holmes, chairman of the Coal- dale Sportsplex Fund-Raising committee, recently said. Mr. Holmes said another 000 was expected in grants. He said some participation is taking place in the One Dollar A Week Club since the bro- chures had been sent out. The Sportsplex is to be fi- nanced mainly on donations. Blades win FORT MACLEOD (Special) The Bantam Blades, Fort Macleod's representative in the provincial Bantam B playoffs, defeated the Canmore Bantams 84 in the Fort Macleod Arena Saturday. Kelly O'Sullivan was the top shooter for Fort Macleod with two goals and two assists. Jim Sluka, with a three-goal performance was the top scor- er for Canmore. The two teams resume the two-game total-point series in Canmore March 6. Came in a covered ivagon CARDSTON (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Arlen Wiggell cele- brated their diamond weddinig with their familiy in the Card- ston Municipal Ho.spital where Mr. Wiggell has been a pa- tient for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Wiggell were married 60 years ago in Kim- ball. She is the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Levi Wheeler who came by covered wagon with then- four children from Hooper, Utah, when she was just four years old. MEN NEEDED In 8ft lo Hn LIVESTOCK BUYERS UAKN TO BUY CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP Mia fnd low w4 pnfrr to Irtta 21 to ss triOi Rfvttodt Spare- o o d tnrls went down to defeat ai CARNIVAL QUEEN Miss Linda Cervo, seated at centre, is the Crowsnest Consolidated High School Winter Carnival Queen. She will reign over the upcoming 1971 carnival. At her left is second princess Barbara Broddy. Sealed at her right is first princess Linda Kostyniuk. Centre row, from left: Ha Walmsley, TruaV Kucik, Marie Des- Decoux Photo harnais, Jackie Barnes Bernice Cerney and Deborah Loyer .Back row, from left: former queen Darlene Dziedzic of Blairmore's Isabelle Sellon School, peppermint prince Michael Finn and Judy Kubica, former queen of Coleman's Horace Allen School. The event in- cluded a dance. Not one failure in 75 exams NOBLEFORD (Special) The annual meeting of Noble Central School, Nobleford School District No. 2243, was leld at the school recently. It was reported that 62 per cent of the pupils are vanned to school. The school population is steadily growing. The teaching staff of 12 and Mrs. Luella Sir- ay and Max Pharis as librarian and principal respectively are supported by six teachers who act as substitutes when the need arises. Mrs. M. Moulton continues to act as secretary. The custodians are Mr. and Mrs. H. Warmink and the stu- dents are bused by six capable drivers. Of the 12 graduates in 1970, seven received matriculation standing. There was not one failure In the 75 departmental papers written. Rosemarie Wiaind was the recipient o[ the Home and School Scholarship, the Noble Cultivators' Scholarship and the Alberta Hotelmen's Schol- arship. According to a cost break- down of the four county schools, only was spent on im- provements at Noble Central and this has led to a great deal of repairing to be done this coming summer. The school facilities are being used more frequently by com- munity organizations such as arts and crafts, ladies keep-fit, TOPS, men's basketball, the 4-H club, rural telephone com- pany meetings, youth groups and the various banquets. The county is going to look nto the feasibility of purchas- ng six school buses, to be used m the Nobleford area. This is to be a pilot project in re- gait's to actual cost of owning or renting The cost sheet of the Counly of Lethbridge showed the cost u] per student at Noble Central is i the lowest in the county. Principal Max Pharis thank- ed the local board for all the Stake conference TABER (HNS) Elder Mark Pcteiton a member of the Council of Twelve Aposlles, o] I lie LJJS Church, will speak al the Taber Stake conference Sat and Sunday, March 13 uid 14, in Taber. Mr. Peterson has been OPENING SET NOBLEFORD (Special) The grand opening of the No- bleford Food Market has been set for March and 13 and not as previously reported. The new owners are Mr. and Mrs1. Ronald Fm, formally of Cal- gary. Napi probes limiting March 10 PINCHER CREEK (Special) The Napi Friendship As- sociation's Project ABC on wildlife and hunting will be held in the Brocket Kindergar ten basement, Wednesday March 10, at 8 p.m. C. G. Campbell, provincia administrator for lands am forests, will be on hand to an- swer questions and discuss a variety of related subjects. member of the council since 1W4. He supervises missions of Elect De Anna CRANBROOK (SpeciaD- Kootenay Provincial NDP As sociation has elected Ezner De Anna of Natal its now presi dent. Also elected were vice pros ident Jim Patterson, Kimber ley, secretary Harry Mathias Cranbrook, treasurer Clarence Picad, Cranbrook: organizer is Gail Vallance, Fernie, mem bership chairman Mrs. Mathias and provincial council delegate Mr. Patterson. OPEN TONIGHT IN THE DOGHOUSE over your INCOME TAX If you're driving your family crazy grouching rjbour tax problems and technical lan- guage, there's a quick, inexpensive way out. Take your tax lo Block! You'll be back in good graces again! See your nearest Block office TODAY! COMPLETE hiTURNS we Reaches COALDALE (HNS) The Kinsmen trust fund now has reached the mark, Doug Ober, president, recently told the gathering present at the public meeting and workshop on recreation held recently. The fund was continued after the donation was given to Ihe Coaldale Sporstplex fund in December. I Mr. Ober said the Kinsmen ?100 Club is also still active. i The money goes towards the Sporlsplex facilities too. The club contributed to the development of the Rodeo and Gymkhana grounds in 1970. They have agreed to give anoth- er S600 to project in the I current year. GUARANTEE lie preparation of every (OK re! lhat you cny penally or 'nrgr-it Service with over 4000 In North Ann-riot Canada's largest Tax Service with over 5000 offices in North America. 815 THIRD AVE. SOUTH 9-9 Weekdays, 9-5 Sat. Phone 327-3712 INO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY I Clark attends NATAL (HNS) Sparwood Community Development Asso- ciation "get lo know one 'anothci" coffee parties con- I nine lo be held, one at Ilie 1 home of Mrs. J. D Sinilh and hosted by Mrs. Smith, Mrs. E. Wood and Mrs. K.' More. Twelve attended. Present was Community De- velopment Officer Dick Clark who handed out lists of service- men and lists of activities in Hie area and n'.ked the women lo anv complainls Sparwood for the better- ment of. tie community. SIMPSONS SEARS Solves Hot Water Problems PRICES START AS IOW AS 89 ,98 Call 328-9231 For Fast, Low Cost Installation assistance given the staff and tne church in the eastern Unit- students in the operation of Noble Central. He has resigned the position of principal effective June 30, but will continue as a staff member. ed States. A former newspaper man, he is president of the Deseret News Publishing Co. and vice-presi- dent of the Newspaper Agency Corp. both of Salt Lake Citv. BLAIRMORE Bureau ;i A commi'.tce met recently ,o organize a canvass of the] town of Blaiimore lo mteniew persons 60 of age and; over to get views on a senior citizens home for the Crows-1 nest Pa.ss j The town was into sections. Local organizations are to be conlacted immediate- ly to get the canvass completed so that all returns can be re- ceived by March M Similar action is being taken in the other 'Pass towns Residents who are to be con- tacted are urged lo assist the interviewer in filling out the questionnaire sheets which will only indicate the need for a home, how many would enter if one is built here and other questions. The questionnaire does in no way obligate any- one. It is only a questionnaire to assess the need for a senior citizens home. Win first game NATAL Playing hi Jaffray, Sparwood juniors girls and boys won both games as Sparwood girls won their first game of the season by edging Jaffray by 16-15. Aiding their initial win was an unusual incident when Jaf- fray scored into their own bas- ket. the hands nf the Kimbcrley senior girls a score Sparwood senior boy, had lit- tle difficulty in defeating Kira- Derley do-U. Marks birthday BLAlRMORi; 1C.NP Bureau i Mrs. Battibte Aschacher. ilairmore old; mer, marked ler 84th birthday recently A family supper was held at he home of Mr. and Mrs. ?eter Sartons of Blauniore. Afore than -10 of Mrs. Aschach- ers relatives, including daught- ers and grandchildren, attend- ed the event. Mrs. Aschacher received many gifts, cards and good wishes. Bubble bursts N ATAL (HNS) It was wonderful wlule it lasted, a plastic bubble around the new Catholic Church at Sparwood. Inside, the men worked in comfort and warmlh, protect- ed from the icy blast of winter. But, little more than a day after it went up, the bubble, owned by the general contrac- tor, Mod Industries, swayed precariously in the wind and then developed rips and col- lapsed. Workers used knives to get out from under, but no one was hurt. Think a bit about Alberta. Thinkabitabout'BIue'. ;