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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 24, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 - THS IETHBRID6E HERAID - W�dn��elay, March 24, 1971 GRADUATE OF THE YEAR WILLIAM LLOYD KITCHEN Kitchen wins air trip Rbiliflup of DiStria :New$ RAYMOND (HNS) - WU-liam Lloyd Kitchen is the top graduate of the year from tha Royal Canadian Air Cadet scholarship flying training pro-gram at Edmonton. Cadet Kitchen made an average of 91.09 on his flying and theory examinations. He has been informed these are the highest marks for a cadet scholarship student in Canada. Superintendent .Vorth reports WARNER (HNS) - J. North, school superintendent, reported recently, the Warner county has a total of 2,147 students and 111 teachers, three travelling teachers and-three part-time teachers. There were 18 retirements or resignations last year. There were 18 new appointments and three returned from leave. In addition to regular classroom instruction, special instruction is given in music, band, art, industrial arts, home economics, physical education and busmess education. A new social studies program is being introduced with emjjhasis on the Grades 4. 7 and 10 levels. Services in areas of guidance and libraries continues with resources in the library being upgraded. Assistancein intersbips, teacher training bursaries, and aid for teacher non-credit courses continues to be provided. Clerical assistance is provided for the principals. Textbook rentals and co-operative film libraries services continues to assist in the maintenance of a hi'gh quality of resomxie material at a minimum cost to all users. A video tape recorder was rented and the value to future TV education is being explored. Grade 9 final exams have been discontinued. Grades 7, 8, 9 are being assessed by staff on general students' work and achievement tests. The Governor (Jeneral Award is being continued; the 1970 award was won by Lawrence David Wilde of Coutts. A total of 76 students achieved university entrance and 82 students graduated with diploma standings last year. Superintendent North visits all schools and classrooms for the purpose of giving advise and assistance to the teachers and principals. He has also taken over the duties of a high school inspector in evaluating the .high school teachers. Under the new school act, the county school committee will be responsible for the .selection of superintendent and teachers. Cadet Kitchen has been awarded a flying trip to any place to Canada with $100 expensfl money. Cadet Kitchen is a member ofSquadron 395, Edmonton Royal C^dian Air Cadets. He won his scholarship training under the wing of the Edmonton Flying aub, where he is working towards a commercial licence. Granted his private pilot's B-cence at the age of 17, he liopes to make flying his life career. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Kitchen of Edson, formerly of Raymond. Honor Nelson FORT MACLEOD (Special) -Sbcty Junior Forest Wardens and Girl Guards and their leaders honored Larry Nelson of Coleman, camp coordinator for the Lynx Creek camp, tie was presented with a plaque in (appreciation of the work he has done for the Fort Macleod group, BYU instructor TABER (HNS) - Former W. R. Myers High School graduate Keith Karreu has been accepted to the facidty of Brig-ham Young University, Provo, Utah, whrae he will instruct on the subject of physical health. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. CSinton H. Karren of Taiber. He is currently teaching at Rick's College, Rexburg, Idaho. Bake sale set' CARDSTON (HNS) - Tlie Cardston Municipal Hospital Ladies Auxiliary will hold a bake sale in May to coincide Career day CLARESHOLM (HNS) - About 1,000 students from Grades 9 to 12 attended a daylong Career Day at the Willow Creek Composite High School recently at (Jlaresholm. Various firms, government agencies, universities and schools had displays and demonstrations to help students choose a career. with the anniversary of Florence Nightingale. The proceeds will be used to buy more equipment for the intensive care unit of the hospital. The auxiliary sponsored the drive for the heart fund and coUectted $249, The next meeting will be held April 1. Roache speaks STIRLING (HNS) - Robert Roache, Lions district governor of Havre, Mont., spoke at the 23rd annual charter ni^. His speedi gave the message "service is the way of paying our rent here on earth." Charter members Earl Metz-ger, Harold Christensen, Dan Pengilly and Farrel Nelson attended. Cancer month FORT MACLEOD (Special) - The Fort Macleod chapter of the Canadian Cancer Society has made plans to observe cancer month in April. Tlie general public is invited to meet in the United Oiurch Hall March 30 at 8 p.m. to hear Tom Steele speak on patient services provided by the society. Spiel winners FOR-r MACLEOD , (Special) - The annual Fort' Macleod Ladies' Curling. Club bonspiel was won by the Eileen Ranch rink. Second event winner was Bertha Stewart. Third event was won by Vivian Smith. Fourth event: Loretta Thompson. It was organized by Mrs. Marlene Dyck, president Drug seminar scheduled PICTURE BUTTE - A drug seminar will be held in Picture Butte March 26 and 27, sponsored by the Picture Butte Knights of Columbus in co-operation with the Alberta department of youth and departs ment of recreation. The seminar program says its purpose is "not to condemn or condone drugs or any m-dividual regardless of this basic view on this topic, but to bring out and discuss every and all aspects." It says the sponsors hope the seminar will help the individual to decide what drug-use situations lead to dependency, and what can be done to avert them. Resource pe<^le include a marriage and family counsellor, social work consultant, p s y c h 01 ogist, youth worker, youth counsellor, and a Pic- ture Butte panel of BCMP, doctors, teachers and others. Featured speaker will be Eric McCorkell, special projects officer for the department of ,youth and formerly academic dean of .Alberta College in tSdmonton. Sessions will be held from 7:30 to 10 p.m. March 26, and all day March 27, in St. Ciath-erine's School in Picture Butte, and everyone interested is invited to attend. HONORED - The Village of Warner council recently honored Mr. and Mrs. Bert Snyder at a sapper meeting held in the council chambers. Mr. Snyder, left, receives an "outstanding citizen's certificate" from Wilfred Peterson. He was secretary - treasurer of the village for 24 years. Now retired, he has plenty of time for his favorite hobby, operathig a "ham" radio. Lakers' lunch STIRLING (HNS) - A social bonortog the B-basketball Provincial champions, The Lakers, their coach, Jack Hicken, and their cheerleaders will be held Friday April 2, at 7:30 p.m. at the high school. A li^t lunch, program and recorid-hop will be held. Kiwanis club honors artists TABER (HNS) - Taber Kiwanis Club $25 scholari^ips were presented to top winnera in the Taber music festival. Receiving these awards were Karen Jensen for highest vocal score; Vicki Iverson for highest instrumental solo; Kevin Willms, Cindy Jensen and Shari Lyn Fong all tied for highest piano solo; and Wendy L. Vivyurka for highest speech solo. Trophies were presented to Mrs. Ragon's St. Pat's Grade 4 class - highest school chorus; M a 1 c 0 m Edwards' United Church chorus - hi^est vocal score; Mr. Mangold's Senator Gershaw High School Band, Bow Island - highest instrumental score; Kevin Willms- highest piano; and Wendy Vivyurka - highest speech arts. The concert program was directed by vice-chadrmian Earl H. EUinfison. Performers were: W. R. Myers Stage Band; Mrs. Wilde's kindergarten, piano soloist Kevin Wilhns, speech soloist Joey Sudol, vocalist Joanne Thibodeau, pianist Shari Lyn Fong, Ron Ohashi with a vocal solo, and family music by the Dr. Wiebe family. Cindy Jensen - piano solo, Crystal Maier - vocal solo, Dalton Harding - speech solo. Heather Klassen and Marion Parkinson - piano solo, scene from Babes in Toyland- Stephanie Holland and Co., Bronwyn EUingson and Pat 0 d 1 a n d - vocal duet, and Brenda Sajur - trumpet solo. Wayne Jensen - trombone solo, Joanne CJolleaux - euphonium solo, Vicki Iversoit-flute solo, Elsie Kalm - sacred vocal solo, Elsie Kahn and Renee Harris - piano ensemble, Karen Jesnsen - musical theatre, and W. R. Mym Hi^ School chorus with a conclud-ing number. Warner hosts high school curling test WAHNER (HNS) - Warner High School annual bonspiel drew 20 rinks from Magrath, Ctoaldale, Foremost, Wrentham and MUk River. Winners were: 1st event: B. Kaupp, H. Elke, P. Baron, L. Mueller, Warner; F. Kuehn, J. Nilsson, Folkins, P. Glynn, Warner; T. Mueller, H. Culler, J. Nilsson, R. Cronk-hite, Warner; W. Foss, J. Heame, K. King, S. Lee, Foremost. 2nd event: B. Schneyder, R. Hillmer, S. Yamamoto, D. Zim-merman, Magrath; L. TMelen, R. Horgus, A. McNabb, &'. Russell, Milk River; D. Turner, M. McLachlan, D. Thiessen, N. M e 11 a f 0 n t, Milk River; K. Greeno, R. Dannatt, C. Mc-Kenzie, D. Pittman, Warner. 3rd event: W. Thielen, F. Bourgeous, R. Wright, C. Davis, Milk River;' D. Ellert, L. Linderman, K. Ck)llin, M. Wachtler, Milk River; P. Kaupp, B. Paulsen, B. Kanpp, W. Strom an, Wamei-; C. Tsujiura, G. Takeda, M. Oshiro, I. Pefffel, Coaldale. We make the cost of every day living easier, every day. Pharmacy WOOLCO PHARMACY OPERATED BY JACK AUSTIN PHARMACY (ALBERTA) LTD. A Division Of Tha Dominion Citrus Company Limited Hold carnival STIRLING (HNS) - The girls' club, Tlie Maple Leafs, recently held a carnival at the Scout Hall. A rummage sale, bake sale, marriage booth and kissing booth provided some entertainment. Leaders of the club are Mary Lou Brooks and Frances Berger. ADORN HAIRSPRAY All holds, 13-oz. Self stylng-waterfree. Reg. Wooico Price 2.29 1 49 BAYER ASPIRIN TABLETS. 200's. Reg. Woeico Price 1.36. SOFT 'N DRY UNSCENTED ANTI-PERSPIRANT DEODORANT. 7-oz. Non-sting even ofter ihaving. Reg. Wooico Price 1.69. WILKINSON I. Sfainlesj steel raior blades. 3's. So com-Portable your face won't t\ believe It. < Reg. Wooico Price .63. W SCOPE MOUTHWASH. 17-oz. The proven germ Iciller with T25. Reg. Wooico Price 1.47. HEAD & SHOULDERS SHAMPOO. Family size, or tube. Controls dandruff yet leaves iiair soft and manageable. Reg. Wooico Price 1.59. ONE-A-DAY MULTIPLE VITAMINS. lOO's. 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