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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta March 14, 1973 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID _ 47 Mackin Hall Claresholm Boy Scouls John Thompson and Lee Culforlh serve soft drinks al the recent hall dedica- tion gathering. Their Scout hall was dedicated Mackin Hall in honor of the late Doug Mackin. He spurred a project to bring a church, located 10 miles east of Claresholm, Into town for the Boy Scouls. A door was provided tiy Mrs. Marilyn Heyland in memory of Mel- vin Skoye. Other photo: G. V. Thomas presents a cheque on behalf of the C. S. (tVud) Williams estate to Bill Ritzen, Boy Scout group committee. Paul Andersen Photos Distriet News In Community school concept gets 3-year trial at Pineher PINCHER CREEK (Special) and1 recreation board members Hugh Waddle and Joyce Cleland are to serve on the community school commit- tee. Pincher Creek has been Five per cent. dividend disclosed RAYMOND A dividend of five per cent on members' sav- ings and a 35 per cent rebate of interest paid by borrowers during 1972 were the rewards of membership in Raymond Sugar Makers' Credit Union. Announcement of tliese bene- fits was made at the annual membership meeting. Secretary Treasurer Mrs. Bev Linderman reported that during more than 33 years of operation, the credit union has had no bad debts out of more than million loaned to members, and no current delin- quency. With total assets of the credit union has reserves nf against loans of 566 and investments of Members1 savings account for of the total liabili- ties. In the election of officers, John Housley and John Rob- erts were returned to the boarc of directors and Leonard Watson to the supervisory com- mittee, each for tluree-year terms. Kay E. Tlwld retired as sec- retary-treasurer lo be succeed' ed by Mrs. Linderman. awarded a three year Wai project for the community school concept. Increased co operation be- tween the parks and recreatior department, public school Iward, and other community agencies should result from this project. Residents of Pincher Creek will lie able to attend programs and courses for credit or non credit which would not other wise be offered. Bake sale, lea, bazaar coming Mav 9 Cub banquet NATAL (HNS) More than .00 Cubs and fathers attendee he recent First Sparwbo Pack's father and son banque it the new Union Hall at Spar It was held following a spe- ll a-1 churc sen-ice at St. Michael's Churc for Cubs, Guides and Brownies A highlight of the banqui was the presentation cf cheque of to the ways an means society for the recrea tion complex. It was presented to Peter Ki nakin by Ronny Huryn a n Tony Gautliier. These wer funds raised by Cubs from th sale of candy wreaths al Chris Joe Schimpf, group comrni lee, announced John of Spar-wood has taken on tl chairmanship of the distri council. Malcomson jest bowler among girls PINCHEfl CREEK (Special) Alberta high school roll-offs wove held at Jic Chinook Lanes here recent- with 50 young people partici- ating from Lcthbridge, War- er, Milk River, Turner Valley and Pineher Creek. The girls out bowled the joys this year with a six-game in total lead of Linda Malcomson of Leth- ridge topped the girls with a ,592 pin total. She was followed y Nadine Kovacs of Lethbridge nth B r e n d a Peters en of Leth- iridge was third with She was followed by Keren Cook of Turner Valley, Calhy Copeland, Pineher Creek ,384; Sherry Obei-meyer, Leth jridge, Kaiie Pcdrini Lethbridge, Lori Polmer chuk, Lethbridge, and he alternate Donna Zerkce Milk River, Top position for the boys was :aken by John Wildman, Leth bridge, with a six garni pin total of Ron Gretzinger. Lethbridge look second place with a pin total of Daryl Lagler, Lethbridge, was third with Neil Mac- kenzie, Turner Valley, Rick Bai-va, Lethbridge, Kim Kovacs, Lethbridge, Arnie Wormly, Milk River, 284; and alternate Darwin Ro- manchuk, Lethbridge, These winning participants will proceed to the Alberta play offs to be held at Lloydminsler; April 27 and 28. Host oldtimers MONARCH Oldtimers of this village entertained senior citizens from N o b 1 e f o rd, Barons and Picture Bulte here recently. The afternoon w a s spent playing darts, shuffle board, cribbage and visiting. Credit union assets grow COALDALE (IINS) The acnual tea, bake sale and ba- zaar of the Coaldale Commu- nity Hospital Women's Aux- iliary will be held Wednesday, May 9, in the hospital board room. Tickets will be soon available for the raffle. Prizes will in- clude a homemade quilt, corn- ing wear hot plale, donated by Pro Hardware, and a glass cream and sugar and butler dish set, donated by Robinson Stores. Proceeds will go towards KCT shock Ihcrapy equipment for the hospital. Ken McGregor of Calgary, co-ordinator of blcod donor clinics with the Canadian Fed Cross, showed a film and spoke on services. A film on progress made in blood transfusions was shown. Tho first Iransfusions took place in in Franco. tho chairman's report CRANBROOK (Special) Cranbrook Credit Savings Union president W. J. Bel ding's report to the annual membership meeting topped al! others. lie proposed early consider- ation of a new commercial area building since Its func- tions had outgrown the lllh Avc. site. Assets growth in 1872 rose one-third from the previous member loans tally of 606. Fixed assels of land, build- ing and furniture at cost, less depreciation were Term deposits reached 616 and shares n New members in 1972 totall- ed 5S9. Net income for the year was and was .re- ported as year-end undivided earnings. Treasurer manager D. G. Hellnid cited member loans and member deposits as larg- est 1972 areas of growlh and forecast tlie rate of growth would be duplicated in 1073. The organization Iras four other staff members. Second event tvinners Last year's .champions won the second event in ihe Noble Cenlral High School bonspiel, ousting Dale Charles- worfh's rink of Picture Bultc. From left: skip Kuehn; Hal Culler, Ihird; Russ Olson, second; and Carol Morris, Beater-Bar Powermate. It's just like owning an upright for carpets, and a canister for general cleaning jobs. 16998 Make light work of all your big cleaning jobs with our Beater-Bar Powermate. Complete with our finest tool kit it copes with every cleaning chore from carpets to curtains, bare floors and walls, even upholstery. The Powermate carpet attachment is ihe big feature and is acclaimed by leading rug manufacturers as ihe most effective method of cleaning and maintaining carpets. 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