Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
Wl VETERAN HONORED Taber Women's Institute president Mrs. Fern Chriitensen presents an Alberla Women's htslilule 50-year service pin to Mrs. Addie Cradduck, one of the founders 49 years ago, of Hie Kinniburgh Women's Inslitule. She has been a member of ihe Taber Wl for 23 years, ll's a record of 50 years continuous servKe for home ond country." She also wrole a history of Taber Ross Gibb Pholo Roun Toboggan mishap FORT MACLEOD (Special) Mr. and Mrs. Dale Reid, for- mer Fort Macleod residents, have been injured in a tobog- gan accident in Calgary. Mrs. Reid's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert UaLlon, have spent .some time with them in the Calgary Foothills Hospital. Mrs. Reid expects to be re- leased soon. Mr. Reid is in trac- tion and will be in hospital for some time. Love, poverty FORT MACLEOD (Special) Mrs. Claud Stevens and Mrs. Hob Falconer and members of Ihe Lewis Auxiliary presented a program to Iho genera! United V 'J Church Women's group here on love and poverty. Mrs. Cory Kocken, CGIT leader, announced the mother- daughter banquet will be held May 15. Miss Jean Nash has been chosen to attend camp council. The UCW voted money to pay her expenses. Turkey fund FORT MACLEOD (Special) Donations are being solicited for the wild (urkey fund. The Fort Macleod Fish and Game Association has pur- chased 30 birds. Anyone giving will re- ceive a receipt to show he is entitled to catch one of the birds wlien they are released iu July. By CA. Weekes Greetings fiom the 1'orcupinc i lills hideout! Here follows a talc of Golden Tent Peg winners, Impctsa waterfront, early registration or the Senator Buchanan test and JAMBOREES. Dear to this old medic with o d i n c and bandages in his )lood will be a first aid com- wlilion at Lclhbriclgc Easter Monday. Sonitcr Krnie Holbor- ton will be in charge. Scouts and Venturers are sending ap- plications to the South Alberta [legion Council office at Lclli- briclgc. Golden Tent Peg winners mean group camping programs are operating at top level. Bow Island, Champion, Fort Floor hockey league coining COALDALE flLNS) The Lethbridge county southern re- gional recreation board recent- ly announced commencement of a floor hockey league for boys aged seven, eight, and nine in 11 teams. Basketball leagues for girls and boys have been formed for Grades 5, 6 7 and 8 students. There are a total of 18 teams n the Grades 5 and 6 leagues. Another seven teams were formed for the Grades 7 and 8. There are '120 students par- ticipating in the new pro- grams. About 157 persons arc serv- ing as volunteer coaches, ret- erecs, drivers and in other offi- cial capacities. The games are played in the various schools in the south county area and they're fun to watch. Icod, Granum, Slavery a ii d Warner alt have packs that gained this award. Scouts from Lethbridge 5 and 14th troops also were successful. Your parents, leaders and friends are proud of you fel- lows. Keep it up! Gold Citizen Badge winners arc K o s 5 Blackmcr, Bruce Look, Larry 1'rclc, Walter Armsivorlhy, Li's Jordan, Gratil Hummel, David Kllis, John IMiddleton Tim Falh. They win Ottawa recognition. We hear by (he mocassin telegraph the Senator Buchan- an winter camping competition is scheduled soon for 1 n (I i a n Battle Park, Lcllibmlge. Registrations are coming in for the two Cub villages Camp Impeesa. Don't wait too long and miss out. The water front will be much improved this slimmer. Add to ttiis a full week ol Gilwcll training to cover the in termed i a t c requirements a1 Cub, Scout and Venturer lev els. There must he 35 parlici pants. Camp Impensa be the place from Aug. 7 to 12. May is tlie deadline for registrations We are proud to hear thai Lake Newell, Fomnosl, Griz ily and Medicine Hat groups were first to complete registra tion last November only 12 left. Scouts and leaders will be in terested in details of the 1972 New Brunswick Jamboree from July 8 to 15. Final fees and Al beria quotas aro to Ire an noimccd. ,1. Percy Hoss spoke at the annual meeting of the Alberta Regional Council an A was i slock class; Coot, >n hand IP wakh Ihe Cardsloo incw- Reg Saunders, Tabfr. mobile races. stoc'K Rrns RM irJH I I modified; N'i 630 Aid clSG5 modified: Brad rVb' class modified, A-maln: i1 Smilh, Raymond; Jim MeeKs, icmd. 30J airii Ardrfdge, Cardslon; Deony Frorn-n. ttO stock class: Mark Card- iton; Ssruv.'alarl, Rayinor.d. guH. modifi'tf Prenda LeavHf, Vsl P o d r r fuH, Chrl Pa ysttcj L i I ViiJ5 r, mcwici. Junior P SarLfwafari, Raymond; Lloyd Frc Raymond, Junior slock clasi: Sid Vissar, mond; Cam" Jensen, Cardslcn. 50lh anniversary is near WARNER (HNS) The Warner Calliolic AVomen's Ixiague met iccctilly at Uie home of Mrs. Rose Daunatt, with Mrs. Orabelle Graham co- best oss. Re v. John Schusle r opened Ihe meeting with prayer, Mrs. Leone Clayton gave thp spiritual reading. A history of the CWL of the Calgary diocese is being writ- ten. The 50th anniversary of the CWL is to be celebrated at the convention at Calgary at the Highlander Hotel May 5, 6 anrt 7. Eight members plan to attend. Mrs. Anna TroidI is the only remaining charter member of the Warner CWL. Life members are to be hon- ored at the banquet May G. Ii they cannot attend, their name is to be sent and they will be presented with a VIP ribbon. The Warner CWL is planning to set up a scholarship in the Warner School. Mrs. Daisy Mosurchak will attend to this. The April meeting of the CWL will be its annual meet- ing; election of officers wil take place. The CWL is planning iLs firsl annual supper with installation of officers April 1-1. Husbands will be invtted. Yearly report of the year's work will be given Committee in charge of this meeting comprises Mrs. Leone Clayton, Mrs. Daisy MosurchaK and Mrs. Sharon CoESin. OPEN TONIGHT DONT WAIT Tilt THE CAST 11 tables COALDALE (HNS) Tlw o a Id ale Community Hospital Vomen's Auxiliary has pro- (ho funds (or 11 overbad allies for Uie hospital. The auxiliary was asked to supply the liospiUl with a sec- md. portable television set. A large mirror was recently donated to Uie hospital by Mrs. Margaret Oher of Leihbridge. The annual spring tea and jazaar will be held from 2 to 5 rm. Wednesday, May 10, in the boardroom. COMPLETE RETDRKS 'Avo'c! iTic las! minute rui lef BtOCK slay your Tn- come 1ax dragoni, We'ra convenient, and wo fiuoranlea our Don'r pul olf '111 tomorrow y. you can cuAMNtns---------------------------. We guaranlco accurate preparation of every tax return. I If we make any efrws mat cost you penalty or in' 1 teresr, we will pay only that penalty or Interest. ____________________CO. Canada's largeil In Semto With (her 6000 In Harft Acnerkt 815 THIRD AVE. SOUTH 9-9 Weekdays, 9-5 Salurday Phone 327-3712 INO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY Contact Bourassa FORT MACLEOD (Special) Loo Bourassn, recreation di- rector for Fort Macleod, i speak to groups to explain the advantages of (lie recreation area. Any interested groups may contact Mr. Bourassa. Tl'.e spring figure skating sctiool was not approved thi. year. Arena renovations wiU commence. Annual meeting FORT MACLEOD (Special) The annual ratepayers meet- ing for the Town of Fort Mac leod will be held Monday, March 27, at 8 p.m. It will be in the Elk's Hall. Cancer seminar FORT MACLEOD (Special Tntereslcd people here wish ing to attend the cancer sem inar in Lethbridge, March y are asked to contact Mrs. Jane Tilbe for transportation. Dart winners FORT MACI-iEOD (Special Fort Macleod people going to Uie lycgion dart playoffs ar< Jerry and Thelma Wescolt, Jo anne Smith, Marvin O'Sullivan Elhel Gdgar, Boyd Loyst. Jean Met! 0 w a n. Carl, ClirisUanso.i ,lack rmd Hannah Dorlhwlck John and Grace Kennedy. Name for park FORT MACLEOD (Special The Fort Macleod Fish am Game Association is offering prize for the best name fo the new park Uic club Is deve1 oping. It is located north of the gol course near (he Oldnian River To Nigeria FORT MACLEOD (Special David Samrnoiir. has left fo 3 two-year appointment in Ni geria. Mr. Sammore; is a geologii and will be working for an o drilling company at Lagos, Ni gcria. IN HOSPITAL NOBLEFORD (HNS) Mrs Victor Swanson is now a p; ticnl, in the PicUirc Butte Hos- pital. Be Sure to attend Annual AND -Featuring 1972 Styles and Fabrics in Chesterfield Suites Sectionals and Occasional Chairs. -By "PARKLAND" -One of Western Canada's Leading Furniture Manufacturers. 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