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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Solurdoy, March 11, 1972 -THE inHBRlDC! HERAID 3 50lh ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dick of Cordslon, married Feb. 9, 1922, a; Smoky lake, north of Edmonton, marked their wedding anniversary recently They lived al Spring Coulee before moving lo Cardston in 1935. He as a CPR section man and later for the Town of Carclslon, retiring in 1964. Their four sons are William, Edmonton, John and Arnold, both of Calgary and Eugene of Lelhbridge. They have three grandchildren. ________________ Ice revue feaLured Zonda, Nowasad FORT MACLEOD (Special) The llth annual ice revue, held by the Fort Macleod Fig- ure Skating Club, proved to bo a gala event. Master of cer- emonies lor the two-night show was David McNab. Tho tlieme was "Land of Mother Goose." Guest performers from the Glencoe Club, Calgary, were Suzie Zonda and Frank Nowa snd. They joined 92 club mem bers in the show under teacher Miss Sonja Davis Noble Central retains slal'f, wins honors OBLEFOnD