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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Thurtdoy, March 22, 1973 THE IHHBRIDGC lifflAlD 19 Robert Braiidley elected by Chinook scouters MR. BRANDLEV RAYMOND (HNS) Robert L. Bramlley of Raymond has been re-elecled president of the Chinook Boy Scout District. He says scouting can have a major influence on a boy's lite -if it has good leaders and the full support of the community. Other officers are, David Wilde, vice president; James Anderson, second vice- pres- ident; Sharon Brooks, badge sales; Delia Woolf, public rela- tions; and D. M. Broacihead; secretary-treasurer. Badge sales have shown I steady increase each year. The annual meeting was held in the United Church here. INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES LTD. ESTABLISHED 1911 lowir Floor 517 4lh S. Phone 327-1541 LDS BALL HELD FORT MACLEOD (Special) The annual Green and Gold Ball was held in the Fort Mac- leod LDS Cultural hall recent- ly. Highlight was a well ex- ecuted floor show consisting of the cha-cha as well as a walk- ing square performed by 14 cpu pies from Glenwood. MIA girls achieving recognition during the evening were Tricia Park- er and Melody Bohne. DUNLOP FORD Rent-a-Truck Opera house Sunday Lifelong Foremost residents Mr. and Mrs. Lammert Oldenhof will be feted on the occasion of their 40th wedding anniversary ot an open house En the Foremost Community Hall. It will be held from 3 to 5 p.m. Sunday, March 25. Mr. Larnmert is from Holland and his wife, Doris, came lo this country from England. They lived neighbors, were married at Lethbricfge in 1933. Now they have sold their farm and live in the city. Shelly Matkin wins mark of 89 Goldsprhigs AOTS meets for slides program oil Hawaii CARDSTON (HNS) Shelly Intkin of Cardston received ic highest mark on the first ay oE Cardston's 9th annual iary Music Festival, She received an 89 in the pi- no sol o, 1G years and under lass. Peter Turner of Calgary was he adjudicator for the day- ong piano classes. Band section classes, orig- inally scheduled for Friday and Saturday, have been cancelled !ue to the teachers' strike. Choral speaking and school chorus classes, originally scheduled lor yesterday and oday, were cancelled because of the strike. These competitions may be iield later. The festival will continue all week with the grand concert and awards presentation Sat- urday at 8 p.m. in the E. J, Wood School auditorium. Results follow: PIANO SOLO 7 years and yoder: Dlnlse Holland W; Susan French, 80. 8 years and under-. David Cahoon 84; Mark Pitcher and Cindy Ann Van cak, el 9 years flnd wider: Tamara Tags Mi Michael Hendrv, 13. 10 years and under: Carol Shaw, )ana Durfev, 83. 11 years and underi Shelly Kendry BA; Lisa Matkin, W. 1! years and under: Cheryl Wenne 13; Darcy Tagg, 62. 13 years and under: Jack Thomi Snlrley Low, B3. U years and under: Trudy Pltchi 83; Linda Sheen and Robert Taag, a NEW Twelve DAYTON members (HNS) and two MEMBER FORD RENTA-CAR SYSTEM Economy Cars Pinto Maverick Torino SPECIAL WEEKEND RATES CAU. NOWI DUNLOP FORD SALES LTD. 16th Avenue and M.M. Drive S., Ltrthbridge Box 1234 Phone 328-8861 DUNLOP FORD RENT-A-CAR guests of the Goldspring AOTS -net at New Dayton (or the March Supper meeting. Don Skeith thanked the wom- en for serving supper. Otto Cronkhite, assisted by Don Skieth, presented the devo- tion and program. It consisted of slides of Hawaii and the ear- ly religion and liistory of that country. It w a s interesting to note that Mr. Skeitli's great grand- father served as one of the early missionaries in Hawaii. Plans were made for the coming Mission Festival at New Dayton, April 1. Cancer drive set for April COALDALE (HNS) The, annual canvass for the Cana-' diaii Cancer Society will he conducted in Coaldale and dis- trict, and the Readymade area, in April. Mrs, Robert Cady chairman for Coaldale and district. Her assistant is Mrs. Len Scheib- ner. The Readymade Farm Wom- en's Club has agreed to conduct canvassing in the Readymade area. Mrs. Ed Hranac, president of the club, is captain of the service project undertaken by the club. The quota is says Mrs. Cady. Canvassers are still needed, particularly for the district. Those able to assist are ask- ed to contact Mrs. Cady at 345- 3329. A film on cancer and the ser- vices oE the Canadian Cancer Society will be shown at the next meeting of the Coaldale Community Hospital Women's Auxiliary at 8 p.m. Monday April 2, in the hospital boaic S years and under: Shelley Burt, IS years artd under: Shelly fAalkln, Cheryl 81, No age llrnM: Ellsa Kenrwd, W; argle Low, 83. HI age limit: Bev Myers, 8J. IANO CONCERTO JR. 1A years and under: Teresa Pitcher, ONATINA 10 years and under: siacy 85; Shelly Alwood, Bl. 11 years and under: Shelly Hcntlry, i; Carol Shaw, 91. 12 years and under: Darcy Tagg, 76. 13 years and under: Mellsa Spach- an, 84; Jack 61. 15 years and under: Trudy Pllcher, IANO DUET 12 years and under: Lisa Malkln and nelly Hendry, 86; Amber Wenner and hrisllne Glbb, 83, 10 years and under: Stacy Plrcher nd Tamara Tagg, 66} Carol Shaw anct lisa Kennard, 64. 14 years and under: Marina Russell nd Lonl Shlen, 04. ACH PIANO 9 years and under: Stacy Plfcher, Sarah Furtado and Florell Morv Icmaycr, 81 II years And under: Shelly Hendry, 85. 15 years and uoder: Trudy Pitcher, 16 years and under: Shelly MatKIn, B4; Shelley Burl, II. HAYDEN years and under: Cheryl Russell, TWENTIETH CENTURY Open; Teresa Pitcher, 84. CONCERT 16 years and undcn SheHey Burt, TWO PIANOS Stnlcr: Shelly Malkfn and Shelly Janlsko. 8fi. 16 years and under: Linda Sheen and Darla Devans, Stacy Pitcher and Tamara Tagg, 83. Ham arid auction bingo features prizes for children. SPRING COULEE (HNS) Recently a ham and auction bingo was enjoyed here by peo- ple of the Spring Coulee area. There were five bingo prizes for children as well. Numerous items were auc- itoned between bingo games. These items were made by lo- cal people. The Easy Choice. 354 services connected by Turin REA IRON SPRINGS (HNS) The Turin-Iron Springs Rural Electrification A s s o c 1 a tion learned 354 services have been connected, 64 services dis- connected, five services have never been in use, and three services were salvaged. Refunds made to members amounted to New directors are Bert Mag- yar, to represent Sundial; Law- rence Deimuth, to represent Turin; and Frank Kubik, lo represent Iron Springs. The smooth taste of quality that is unmistakably Seagram's. Seagram's FIVE STAR Canada's largest-selling rye whisky. Blended and bottled fcy Joseph E Seagram Sons, o, Ont. fircstonc Corner 3rd Ave. and 8th St. S. Phone 327-8548 STORES WAREH Big rooms. Comfortable rooms, and more of them than practically any other hotel in Calgary. With the best dining in town on the first lloor. And the best entertainment right alongside it. The Calgary Tower is next door with theatres, shops and more great restaurants. You don't even have to go outdoors to get to them all. People who have been staying with us for years keep coming back. Why? Not only because of the convenience and excellence of the services. More perhaps because they like the feeling, the atmosphere of the place.. because this is where traditional Calgary Hospitality began. THE Downtown at 9th Avenue and 1st Street S.W. CP Hotels (3 In Lethbridge phone ZE 0-7337 for ARANGE HUNDREDS OF CLEARANCE SAVINGS AT FIRESTONE COLOR-CODED TO MAKE IT EASY SHOP TOMORROW FOR THE BIGGEST CHOICE OF SAVINGS ;