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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 20, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Miss Pisony Crowned Queeeii Thrilled By Ice Show By MRS. Ell 1.UNN Special Correspondent PINCHER CREEK The Pincher Creek Figure Skating Club presented its annual Ice revue to a capacity crowd of 200 recently in the Memorial Community Centre Arena. After Ihe opening by Mayer Arthur Ames the show got un- der way. The lliemes of A Visit to Can- dyland and Springtime were received. MPERFORM The show, produced by club professional Peggy Bronn, was performed by some 60 pre- school to teen-age members of the club. Solo numbers were skated by Cathy Morgan, Mona Billey, Vicki Drcsscl, Row- ledge, Larry Kempf, Bonnie Hammond. Janice Newlove and Ramona Stenko. JJRONN' SKATES Club professional Peggy Bronn, who will be wilh Ihc club next year, performed a solo. At tire close of UK eve- ning a token of appreciation was presented to her on be- half of the skating club. Tlw mothers of Ihc perform- ers sewed ar.d provided the costumes, which were very at- tractive. The pre-schoolers, as licorice allsorts, won the hearts of all intics. The GEOKGINA PISONY v.ith their efforts and Pincher Creek Com- munity Band played before the ;how 'and during the intermis- joa adding much to tha eve- ning. 'Ihc Pincher Creek Figure ikaling Club thanked Kir.s- ncn, who did Ihc props; cf Pincher Creek (or its lights; master cf ecrcmonici Fred Lip- skey; arena management Mrs. Pal Kempt; The Pincher Creek Co-op for its donations Giro Faoro for Ihc tape rec onler and the Pincher Creek Community Band. 1970 QUKKN The crowning oi ihe Kinsmen Queen followed the finale. Miss Gcorgina Pisony, a student Livingstone school, lAwdbrcck was crowned Queen for 1970 The crown was placed on he head by last year's queen, Miss Sharon Naslund of Lundbreck Princesses were Anja ScWos ser of Matthew Halton Hig school and Betty Bonertz Jo St. Michael's High school. Decoux Photo BIAIRMORE MAYOR RESIGNS Mrs. Thelma Smith, Mayor of Blairmore for the past year, accepts a gifl of appreciation from Deputy-Mayor Louis Hucik at a recent town council meeting. Mrs. Smith, employed by the Can- ada Manpower, has been Iransfsried Io Ihe Calgary office and assumes her new duties March 23. 80-Acre Plan Of Subdivision Wins Okay CLARESHOLM (HNS) Wil- low Creek MD council recently approved Claresliolm district farmer Gerrit DeVi'itt's applica- tion to subdivide 80 acres of his farm three miles west nf town. It will lie divided into four rectangular plots of 15 acres each and one ID acres in The plan was submitted by the Oldman River Regional Planning Commission. Roundup j F7 Tlj. POT-LUCK Compete Today CRANBROOK (Special) Junior, 13 years, and senior, 14 years and up, winners of pub- lic speaking championships in their own 4-H Clubs will com- pete for Bank of Montreal tro- phies and championships here Friday, March 20. Club champions entered mil be from Wyclitfc Beet, East Koolenay Homemakers, South Country Beef, South Country Homemakers, Windermere Val- ley Beef, Wafa and District Beef and Creston Valley Beef clubs. Choirs To Sing Promote Town COALDALE (HNS) Busi- ness men here met recently to discuss ways to promote local business. Henry Nikkei was elected furin 4-H Beef, and 4-JI Light orsc clubs is going to award registered quarter horse, 'arflies Cody. This quarter orse, sired by War Fly by Var Chick was purchased from F. Uarccy Stables of Oko- oks. II will" be awarded Kim- ay, July 26, al the Goldridge ;anch. Surplus KIMBERLEY (Special) had a surplus of on its 1EC3 operations. General revenue totalled Tax rate was 63.80 mills on .00 per cent land assessment chairman and Ron Low was ap- pointed secretary of the new group. Fifteen attended. They agreed the first step should be joint advertising. Named to serve on an adver- tising committee vrere Hans Pfeffel, John Earl FoxaU. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC 324 5lh Sf. S. Ph. 328-7664 Above Capitol EDDY DIETRICH, C.D.M. COALDALE (HNS) Men- nonite Brethren Church Choirs from southern Alberta will pre- sent an Easter Song Evening a' p.m. Sunday, March 22, il the Kate Andrews High Schoo auditorium. Participating will be choirs from congregations at Vaux hall, Medicine Hat, Grasss Lake, Lcthbridge and Coaldale LDS Party Tonight STIRLING (HNS) Thi LDS Church Relief Society wil Itold its annual birthday part today in (he cultural hall here A pol-luck supper for marricc couples will be followed b dancing for anyone older than 14. To Award Horse TURIN (HNS) The Turi Riding Club, sponsors of Ih Lakers Lose STIRLING (HNS) Stirling Lakers went down to defeat in Ihe final game of the provincial U boys' tournament at Edmon- lon. The Lakers were edged by one poinl in overtime by Cal- gary's Forest Lawn High School Titans. A crowd met the bus when Hie boys returned. Banquet Saturday MAGRATH (HNS) M grath Rod and Gun Club ban- quet, postponed earlier will be held Saturday, March 21, at p.m. in the United Church md 7S per cent of improve-1 hall. Tickets are available from ments and machinery assess- members. ments. Schools accounted for 30.33 mills of this total and hos- pital 2.57 mills. Kimbeiley city treasurer is IV. C. McNamar, clerk admin- istrator is Don Torgeson and assistant clerk and office man- ager is P. W. Ribalkin. City of Kimbercly was rein- corporatcd in 19C3 to include Marysville Camp. and Chapman New LDS Church TABER (HNS) Ground- breaking for an LDS church building at Vauxhall sel for 3 p.m. Saturday, March 21 has been announced by branch president Wilbur B. Ilansen. Officiating at the scd-tuming ceremony will be Garth M. Harris of Taber, first counselor to slake president Kenneth P. Anderson. Summer Jobs TABER (HNS) Summer jnbs Io filled Iwrc are heal life guard, inslructor life guards, pool cashier, play ground rupcmscrs ar.d por table pool supervisor. Minimum age for all staff i: 16 years. Students 18 years oil will have preference. Miraimm qualificaticr.s have been set b> superintendent Hoy Blais. of recrcalioj ord Community Ice Centre aw the Dean C. Taylor rink ictorious. He was supported by Smith, C. Erickson and (i. Cameron. The presentation of the Fartn- r's Trophy will be made at a ifANY Clanks to Mrs. Robert 1 Johnston of Milk Hiver I or brightening our day recent- v with Ihc They'll Do It Every line cartoon. .Mrs. Johnston ent along tte cartoon by the ale Jimmy Hallo showing the gal who "starts wilh a hunk cf 'argain basement burlap ar.d wilds a house around The woman in the cartoon says: "Now, here's a piece of drapery 1 picked up at the Bon Ton 1 svant roof io mctch the red geraniums ar.d the beams to match .he yellow in the daffodils oh, yes 1 want Ihe living room facing so the sun won't fade this beautiful fabric. Mrs. Johnston says "we have been subscribers to your paper awl my parents before when it was llx? weekly. They were homesteaders in 1903.' Albin Janko won the Liar's Contest cor.ducled by the brooks Kinsmen Club with Ihis little gem: CHINOOK HINDS 'At one lime I used Io Iwrd sheep for a shctp rancher in D'ARCY RICKARD md any. So Pot Luck wi this week. COKFKE RECIPE Take one pound u ccftee; Tel it good with water; boil it over a hot fire for 30 minutes; liteh a horseshoe in and, if it Gillespic To TV Post; Penner Quits TAISER (HNS) Tiber school division board recently accepted with regrtt tlx? resig- nation of recently elected trus- ko Penner. .Ncminatioas for the vacancy must be tiled by Friday eve- :losc with a of recipes! ning, -March 20. Trustee George Gillespic was named to the Southern Alberta Educational Television Adviso- ry Committee. JEIVII HI aiiu, 11 u: -n v sinks, put in some more coffee. I ll I'Tf) VI.FI'UAVT QTFU' t Eliminated KI.EPHA.NT STEW 1 elephant brown gravy salt and pepper 2 rabbits (optional) Cut elephant into bile size pieces. This should lake about two months. Cover with brown gravv. Cook over kerosene fire for about four weeks at 4C5 pointed. TABER rought out my grub, we put everything in Ihe wagon except or a hundred pound bag of iour. just eouldn'l find room for Ihe flour in the wagon. So we went outside and drove a couple c{ spikes into the out- side c! Hie wagon, and hung the bag of flour from Ihem.'' "That night ore of those Al- berta Chir.cck winds started fo blow, ar.d it blew arid blew, and blew all night long. In the morning when I went out, 1 found that the wind had blown the bag away and only the flour was left banging on the spikes." L. L. Moe of the senior citi- zen's home at 11 aim a rippec off a 29 hand recently in crib "Your said Ihe fore man cf the jury, "we find Ihc Fiim Nigh! TURIN (HNS) The Turin Riding Club recently showed films depicting members on trail rides and a gymkhana at Win a vinyl CORLON floor! Enter now! Contest closes March 29th, Visit any of the Armstrong dealers listed below and see over 100 exciting Spring colours. No need to trudge Irom store to store. Armstrong dealers have everything you need; Installation service (free Free lake-home floor samples. Room-design Idea booklets. Drop in or telephone today. The dealers below are backed by the most famous name in vinyl floors Armstrong! @rn strong creators of THE IXDOOR WORLD Enter now at any of these Armstrong dealers: St. touts Furniture 118 5lh Slreel S, Alfa. Capital Furniture Ltd. 326 5th Slreel 5., Lelhbridge. Albeila Stone 1 furniture Raymond, Alberta Hamilton's Floor Coverings Lid, 909 3rrl Avenue Ulhbmlgc, Alberla Parker'i Taber Furnilura Lid, Bex 1149, Alberfa Revelstokg Building Materials Cor, 17th St. 3rd Avc. S. 377-5777 ADVERTISE IN THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Jorduns Rugs 315 6lh Street S., Lothbridgc, Alberta Now A Canon COALDALE (IKS) Hcv. Timothy Al. Nakayama of St. "'cler's" Episcopal Church, Sca'.- e, Wash., was recently ap- ointed a Canon. The ceremony took place in he SI. .Mark's Cathedral in Se- Itle. New B Of M CRANTiROOK (Special) A mild ing permit issued fo the Bank of Montreal authorte a structure on Baker Street at II If) Ave. The site was vacated recently w the Hanson Garage. Contract has been awarded Valson Construction Ltd. of -algary. Tiie single storey can enlarged to two storeys il office rental de- mand in fulure warrants this expansion. The tola] project will cost Never Too Late PINCHER CREEK (Special1 Hollow Players re- hearsals for Never Too Lat< have reached fever pitch a March 20 approaches, f'ni. call- ing season and bad wealhc have all been obstacles, but the show must go on. 11 will be staged March 20 8 p.m., at Ihe Canyon Schoo auditorium. Family Night BARONS (IfNS) Famil; raglit was held recently at the Barons Community Hall. Boy Scouls hosted the Guides Brownies, Cubs and parents First item on the program wa a gala bonfire of Chrislma Irccs lighted by torch bearin. Scouts. Later Guids, Brownies, Cubs ar.d Scouls entertained with series of skits. Exliibils of lire youngsters handiwork were viewed. Plan Youth Hall COALUALE (HNS) Coun cillor Ben Rcimcj-, secretar of llw Coaldale Commuru'l Hall hosril, E.IVS Iho bajcmen ol file hall is being prepare for a youth centre. Earlier arrangements vrcr thai young people rcdccoral the premises in exchange io Ihe of them. Farmor's Trophy NOBLEFORD (Special) Tks Squire cf. the Noble- the Goldridge Ranch. The films were stnwn and narrated by R. Papworth. Main feature was The Appa- osa Horsn Riding, 4-H Beef, and 4-li ght Hor.se club members will urchase matching western out- Fcride School Board Hit Hard By Gout, Freeze By PAUL CIIAI.A A committee from Ite board Herald Nevis Service has interviewed four architcc- NATAL, B.C. Trustees oluural firms, one or more nf School District No. 1 (Fernie) are trying desperately to get :lieir building plans ur.der way in order to accommodate the large number of students ex- pected here next term. So far their plans have been frustrated by Victoria. Board secretary E. T. Cham- bers fold trustees at the recent board meeting he fully pxpecl- ed to receive from Victoria ap- proval to go ahead wilh Uie Iward's referendum. He bad in fact lieard nothing. Tile board, due largely to the delay which came about as a result of the B.C. government's man who stole the horse not I freeze on all but essential ex- guilty." Mebbo politics itself is a Eonn of pollution? Hats off to Dfnzel, 16, and Kevin'. 3-i, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Connors. The Fort Macleod youths were honored by the Junior Forest Wardens for giv- ing service on a fire line with their lather at the Burbjnl (arm lasl summer. Meanwhile, the Fort Macleod Band will perform al o'clock tonight in the G. Rider Davis School auditorium. We usually lite to close with a real thigh slapper but can't which will likely Iw retained to work for the board en its new facilities. Information from these [inns is that il will take four to six weeks to prepare sketch plans for the structures and up to a furtlicr six inoruhs for prepara- tion of working drawings. Both stages must go to Vic- toria for examination and ap- proval before tenders may bs called. Meanwhile, school popula- tions continue to gro'.v and the board has no way of knowing exactly what il will be faced with when the r.ew term com- ler.diturcs, has hjd its Ume-.able disrupted so Ihal practically all hopes of hpving EC-ccmmcdatioij by Uic start of the fall term have vanished and even the preliminary target date of Dec. S! appears in ur-rtrr consi derating at (tin present time are F.iifl classes and 5c-meslcr system. District superintendent P. IS. Pullingnr pointed out thai Fince 1D67, [he school population lias groivn considerably. 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