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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Tutiday, March t, 1971 - THI LETHBRIDCE HERALD - 3 'Education is for life' theme for open house IRON SPRINGS (HNS) -James Asplund, principal of the Huntsville School, has announced plans for the annual observance of Education Week, tlie theme this year being education is for life. Open house will he held at the school Thursday, March 11. from 1 until 4 p.m. Parents and the public are invited to visit the classrooms and see the pupils and teachers at work. Special displays have been set up for the occasion. ALBERTA CARAVAN PICTURE BUTTE - The Alberta Caravan exhibits will be displayed here Thursday and Friday in morning, afternoon and evening sessions at the Dorothy Dalgliesh School Choral workshop set for March 12, 13 COALDALE - The provincial cultural development branch will sponsor a two-day choral workshop March 12 and Open house Saturday for Enbysks GRANUM - Open house for Mr. and Mrs. Fred Enbysk, on the occasion of their 65th wedding anniversary, will be held from 7 to 10 p.m. Saturday, March 13, in the Granum Community Hall. Everyone is welcome. It is requested that no gifts be presented. Busy Bees meet IRON SPRINGS (HNS) -Lethbridge Northern Busy Bees girls heard registered nurse Mrs. A. Sauer speak on the care of teeth, colds, and good grooming. She also showed films. Poems, art projects, and public speaking assignments were submitted by several members. The group decided to give Map and crayons to the Picture Butte Hospital. The surprka package was won by Angela TerSteeg. Win tent peg TABER (HNS) - Scouting's Colden Tent Peg Award has been won by two Taber troops of scouts for proficiency in camping last summer. The wood burned plaque with raised tent peg was presented to scoutmaster Don Fisher by Flatland District president Mrs. Jeanne Schnell on behalf of the Southern Alberta Regional Council. The occasion was the annual scout and parent banquet of the First Taber Troop during the observance of Boy Scout Week. The award was also won by Fifth Taber Troop under scoutmaster Colin Oddie. Qualifications for the golden tent peg include at least eight days of camping, participation by 75 per cent of the scouts, Individual patrol camp outs, and a district commissioner Inspection showing camping skills, in the year. 13 in the Davidson School. The workshop will include three sessions, on vocal production, diction and rehearsal procedures and repertoire. Instructor will be John Pauls, assistant supervisor of music for the music division of the cultural branch. CWL elects Mrs. King COALDALE (HNS) - Mrs. Theresa King was recently elected president of the Catholic Women's League of St. Ambrose Roman Catholic Church here. Others elected were: Mrs. Marion Bitango, vice - president; Mrs. Tom Corey, secretary and Mrs. Mona Zubersky, treasurer. Committee conveners are yet to be appointed, Mrs. J. B. R. Staddon is past-president. Mrs. King, convener for the recent blitz for the Alberta Heart Fund, reported the drive was successful. A total of $1,195 was collected in town and district. This surpasses the 1970 amount by more than $300. The recent smorgasbord staged by the CWL was well supported. Plans were made for a CWL social supper, tentatively set for April 13. Talent night planning set for March 16 COALHURST (HNS) - Coal-hurst Cub and Scout committee will meet at 8 p.m. Tuesday, March 16, in the Royal Canadian Legion Hall here and all parents of Cubs and Scouts must attend. The talent night April 2 will be organized. Supper succeeds NOBLEFORD (HNS) - The pancake supper held in the No-bleford United Church was very successful. The United Church women ere very pleased with the support. Additional information is available from Mrs. Robert Harrison, 345-3219. Pass course in lifesaving COALDALE (HNS) - Mrs. Abe (Elizabeth) Ens and Boss Taylor recently received pins for completing the Red Cross Royal Life saving joint instructors' course. The course was offered by the City of Lethbridge parks and recreation department. A supper banquet was held to mark the occasion. Both Mrs. Ens and Mr. Taylor received marks of 94 per cent. They were the only ones in the class to exceed 90. The requirement is 80 per cent. They are now qualified to be Life Guards and instruct swimming classes. Carnival of skating March 13 FERNIE (HNS) - Femie Figure Skating Club has secured the services of professional skating instructor Mrs. Beth Vogal of Lethbridge. Mrs. Vogal will teach in the arena here from 3 to 6 p.m. Tuesdays and Wednesdays. The annual carnival will be held March 13 in the arena. Postmaster Taylor dies MAGRATH (HNS) - Former Garden City postmaster Hyde S. Taylor died Monday morning at the age of 80.. He was postmaster here from 1924 to 1956. His wife predeceased him In 1969. Mr. Taylor served overseas with the Royal Air Force in the First World War. He was born in Utah and came to Cardston in 1893. They lived on a ranch northwest of Magrath in 1894. Mr. Taylor often recalled how he was lost at the age of two in the high prairie grass. He is survived by three brothers, John and Robin of Hillspring and Aaron of Mission City, B.C., and,one sister, Mrs. Gordon Kenny at Kam-loops, B.C. Farm included CRANBROOK (Special) -Dealing with land matters in this expanding city, council by resolution has rejected Mrs. W. R. (Frances) Johnson's appeal against inclusion in new city limits of their three-acre farm-residence. It is located on the east extension edge. She had previously spoken at a council meeting stating her objections filed to the department of municipal affairs had been disregarded. She said aldermen she had consulted prior to the extension had also disregarded her expressed wishes. ' UFA DIRECTOR - Howard Haney of Picture Butte will represent district 4D at UFA's annual meeting in Calgary March 16, 17 and 18. Mr. Haney will be among 70 delegates and directors attending the meetings which will declare rebates and patronage dividends to be paid to UFA member  customers on 1970 business. Alberta Caravan shows old west Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS -:- CIRCULATION -:- JOB PRINTING Vernon Deceux, Resident Rep., Blatrmore - Phone 562-2149 ATTENTION FARMERS MILK RIVER GRAIN IS NOW CONTRACTING Rape Seed And Mustard Seed DELIVERY OF YOUR CROP FROM THE COMBINE. FULL CASH PAYMENT ON DELIVERY TO LETHBRIDGE OR MILK RIVER. Certified planting seed supplied at a nominal cost. Can be purchased on an ever delivery quota basis at your elevator. LIMITED ACREAGE Call Our Office Immediately In MILK RIVER-647-3510 -or- In LETHBRIDGE at COLLEGE MALL 328-6224 Firefighting equipment purchased CLARESHOLM (HNS) -The Willow Creek MD council has approved the purchase of $2,500 worth of fire - fighting equipment for the rural firefighters in the towns of Nanton, Stavely, Claresholm, Granum and Fort Macleod. The request for the equipment was made by Fire Marshall Oscar Thompson of Claresholm. Welcome neighbor COALDALE (HNS) - A "welcome neighbor" program was recently organized by the Lethbridge County southern regional recreation board. At a recent board meeting it was agreed to embark on this official community welcoming project. In making the suggestion, W. D. Geldert, recreation director said, "many communities are losing their identity and friendliness, thereby becoming less meaningful. This factor has a weakening affect on the community viability and effectiveness of its people as a group, particularly in the field of recreation." NOBLEFORD - The Alberta Caravan exhibits will be displayed here Monday, March 15 at the Noble Central School grounds. The caravan consists of four exhibition trailers and one power trailer and is operated by Ace Foundation, a Calgary-based, private, non-profit organization whose purpose is to provide mobile education and cultural exhibits throughout Alberta, for the benefit of school pupils and the general public. The displays in the trailers have been sponsored by exhibitors with varied interests and objectives and each tells a story in a unique way. Glen-bow - Alberta Institute are sponsoring two trailers. The theme of one trailer, They Came West, illustrates the western pioneer. The second Glenbow trailer depicts Indian culture and tells the story of the Indian and his gods with the use of 100-year old relics, pictures and life-like figures. The Riveredge Foundation trailer features wildlife specimens from its extensive natural history collection; and finally, the Banff School of Fine Arts trailer features a display of varying cultural activities which are carried out at the school. The hours which the caravan will be opening for viewing will be as follows: 9 a.m. to 12 noon; 1 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. FEEDER SALE! WALSH ALBERTA Saturday, Mar. 13th, 1:00 p.m. 1050 SHORT YEARLINGS -Suitable For Further Feeding Mostly In Carload Lots AUCTIONEER: KEN HURLBURT LICENSE NO. 274, FORT MACLEOD, ALTA. Win C event NATAL (HNS) - Three rinks from the Sparwood area went to Blaanmore recently to participate in the Blairmore Mixed Valentine Bonspiel. The Doug Morgan skipped rink "reached the final of the A event. The Sid Wiwcher skipped rink, consisting of members, Mrs. Betty Dufour, Edgar Friesan and Mrs. Liz Catton won the C event. The Sparwood High School rink curled exceptionally well. OPEN TONIGHT COALDALE (HNS) - The Alberta Caravan exhibits will continue to be displayed here today at the R. I. Baker School grounds with viewing tonight to 8:30 o'clock. ACCEPTS CHEQUE - Bellevue Mayor Frank Sick-off left, accepts a $2,500 cheque from Jim Fisher, president of the Bellevue Curling Club. The occasion marks the second time the curling club has presented this sum to the village to assist in the payment of the new artificial ice plant for the community arena. The village has also contributed # the sum of $6,000 and the provincial government has provided $8,000 for a total of more than $19,000. A remainder of approximately $4,000 remains. Mayor Sickoff and Mr. Fisher, who is also a member of council, now have their sights set on new mercury lighting for the arena and a cement floor on the ice * surface area so that it can be fully used all year round. -Vera Decouz Photo, POTTER'S WHEEL COALDALE (HNS) - Members of the Coaldale Arts and Crafts will be attending workshop classes on clay using the potter's wheel at the Bowman Arts Centre March 9 and 10. Glazing will be studied. 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