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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta MonJny, Murcli 77, 1972 THE inHBRIDCI X HONOR STUDENTS From left, Helen Lejbjuk, Wesley Sorgord, Karen Swarlzen- berger, Glen Tanoka and Doreen Osaka, all of Picture Butte, won honors overages on Grade 12 departmental examinations. Miss Swarlzenberger received an average of 90 per cent on four papers; Sorgard, 89 per cent on three papers. P. Johnson Photo BARONS A reunion at Bar- mis residents and the unveiling of Lhc recently completed His- tory of Barons and district soon io come off the press u-ill held in'Barons Com- munity Hall at 7 p.m.' June 10. 7his may seem early to an- nounce it, hut former Barons residents have to ho con- tacted ami make plans to at- tend. Barons people are asked to pass the word along to all intrested. The history book, bound in hard cover with 637 pages and nearly 400 pictures, will sell for ?9.50 plus 50 cents if mail- ed. "We would appreciate your prepaid order in advance. Send money order or cheque to Mrs, Lloyd Fraser, Barons, or con- tact Mrs. .lean Kotkas." "Wo would like to know by .June 1 if you plan to says Mrs, Jean Kotka.s, presi- dent, Barons History Book Club. Royal Lady of Purpledoni visils Joclgc MASINASIN (UN'S) Milk River Order cf the Koyal Pur- ple was visited recently by Lhc supreme honored royal lady, Kilcon Sliirlcy oC Vancouver, B.C. Mrs. Sliirlcy was escorted to Hie "altar" by the Milk Itiver OORP drill team and exalted ruler of the Elks, George Rob- inson, and district deputy exalt- eel ruler Tex Gostola of Pic. lure Butte. M r s. Shirley was presented with a corsage and leather wal- let by honored royal lady Karen Ostenberg of M'ilk River. Bv CA. Weekes Springtime is with us and for Scouting, all Ls well? Ha! Ha! Blninnorc i.s now a Scouting loun again, with the formation comes a Ladies' Auxiliary. The longtime champion of Scouting in the 'Pass, Blairmorc espe- cially, Mrs. Flora Mickcls has been awarded her 20-year .ser- vice badge while Arthur Dccoux was awarded his 15- year badge. Like being a king for a day, we now salute Robert Price of Tabcr and Greg Young of Lcth- Iiridgt for performing their civil obligations while acting as mayor for a day during Scout- Guide Week. big news from Sparwoort was the leader training with beginning leaders, Cub and Scout, present from Fernlc, Cranbrook, Jaffray, Grasmerc, lilkford and Spanvood itself. Rod Mainling, Scout execu- tive from Nelson was on hand to bless the occasion. Indoor activities were emphasized. Closer to home we hear that the nth LcthbrMge Pack got a visit from magician Art Dhv Irich. Ciili-Scontcr Cordcll Ol- iver knows what Cubs like. Long known in Scout-Guide circles around Coutls since 1953, Mr. nnrt Mrs. Jamps Rob- ertson celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary recentiy. The Htb Letliliririge departed from their usual type of cel- eb r a t i o n for this year's Datlen Powell Week. They put on their own show with skits, a singsong anrl a photographic display. Good going, fellows 1 Our olrl compadro Horselradcr ,1 ones stepped front and cen- tre to get no Jess (ban three awards, The first was the very sig- nificant honor award for being with the Crce Subcamp's Honor Troop at last summers Alber- ta Jamboree. The second was the Golden Put your Castle on Wheels. Triple-E. offer o full range of aliraclively priced, bettor built travel traitors from fourteen to twenty feet, plus a superior eight foot track camper. All trailers havo Dura-Flex axles, all-steel bridge-braced frames, and two inch, fully insuinlerl walls. Find out why so many people say, "Triple-E put Wheels on a man's Castle." inltobn Wpodslnclc atlt] Aroprlor, Ontario. PONDEROSA AUTO TRAILER SALES LTD, 20th St. ond 3rd Avo, S. Phone 317-1747 Tent IVg award for camping, 1971. Third and last was personal from the boys of Uie 14th Tack, just to show their appreciation, in the form of a plaque. Keep your eyes and ears alert for the big camporee sponsored hy the No. 14 on Slay 27. Contact Troop .Scooter R. IV. Bide, Box 610 for details. Al least {our teams are entering and the menus from all accounts are "out of this No I don't mean uneartlily! Hope to see you therre. Back home in Cowley happy surprise when former Cubs Roger and Reno Martin from Dray ton Valley popped in on their former Akcla to ex- change greetings. To anyone in the great game of scouting an event like the annual meeting and banquet of the Southern Alficrta Region was just fine, pur genial lead- er, Maurice Mitchell was re- elected president for another year. Elrtrod Palmer was recom- mended to be regional commis- sioner for another year as well. O r e a t credit goes to these two men and the other execu- tive members for wonderful service to scouring. IS'or must we forget ultr Scout Executive, Bob Jenkins under whose vigilant eye so much Ls handled. Guest of honor was National Extcntlrc. J. Percy rtoss. Ho has been getting a firsthand look at Scouting around the re- gion. President Mitchell called on Chief Alberta Executive, Don Dick, to present a gift emblem- atic of Hie esteem accorded to Mr. Boss by the Region. Provincial Commissioner Jack Purdie introduced the Chief Executive for Canada, Mr. Ross, in his own inimitable way. Scouting is flourishing, de- spite the challenges of present- day youth in Uie latter 20th Century with its different out- look on life. In numbers there are more Scouts, Venturers, Cubs, Guides and all the others of youth groups. Confidence in (he future of Scouting is assured. Canadian scouting is alive and promoting true, brother- hood in the and ex- change visits to the Jamboreti there as well as to the World Jamlwrcfe last summer in Ja- pan. Mr. Ross spoke most highly of the Governor General's Awards for gallantry and the deeds done "all in the line of duty." There is an ever present need for guidance from parents and -Scoutas in our world irith its increased temptations and ever-increasing changes. B u I through all is a winderful sense of brotherhood. Almost forgot Mrs. Effic Smith's award for 15 years Jong service in the Grizzly District. Good going, Effic! Scoutcr Lew Blair deserves high honors for his 2a-year award and all the others in a long list totalling some 380 years. To Cubs and Scouts with a hospital near we suggest that you can do a "group good turn" at Easter. Help make a Happy Kaslcr for little folk and se- nior citizens! This is one of those occasions in which Religion and Ufc. Award mean so much. Good hunting, all! i doings For recreation PIKCHEtt CREKK (Special) A recreation centre will Ix; built, by Pinchcr community board and will be located al the Agricultural So- ciety Gitouncls. II was decided n building of about square feet will be needed. A Lothbrklgc architect will; draw tip the plans. Construction commence soon. Tlie board, formed a year ago, is male up of Kinsmen, Lions, Elks am! Knights of Cb- "umbus, They were later joined j by the agricultural society and tlie recreation board. i Hits lenders PINCHER CREEK (Special) Pinchcr Creek and Dis- trict Savings and Credit Union Ltd. heard Rodney James, ed- itor of the Canadian CharolaLs Banner, speak at the annual meeting and supper. Speaking on (he beef indus- try'on the economy as a whole, lie cnlicizcd money-lending or- grmzations for making it diffi- cult for young ranchers to get established due to the fact they wanted their principal and in- terest back ton soon. The Credit Union has grown by over the past year. Gorcbn Johnson and Ken Lewis were elected to fill two vacancies on the board of di- rectors. Bruce McKac was re-elected, presidenl, t nd Ken Ixwis is vice-preside ill. Zone commander FORT MAC LEOD (Special! Goddard was elected zone coinniander of tlic Royal Canadian Legion at a meeting held here recently. Members were present from Pincher Creek, Claresholm and Cardston, Former zone com- mander Steve Boychuk of Cardston was present. District commander Rusty Owens of Vulcan conducted the election. share By VERN DECOUX Crowsnest' Pass Bureau BLAIRMORE Trophy and award winners at tlie 'Pass music festival: Crowsnest Consolidated School District Challenge Tro- phy for high marks in school chorus, Coleman Horace Allen School and Limdbreck Living- stone School. John Fcrslay Challenge Tro- phy violin solo, Laurie Fumi- gaili. L. L. Morgan Challenge Tro- phy, vocal solo, Hosalyn Bry- ant of Pincher Creek and Bar- bara Dennis of Lundbreck. Frank Edl Trophy, brass solo, Darren Fantin and Walter Gail. Moser Challenge Trophy, pi- ano solo, Laurie Fumaglli, Deb- ra Finn, Faith Harms and Karen Pozzi. J. E. Upton Memorial Trophy, reed solo, Robert Brososky. Pincher Creek Shield, orches- tra competition, Crowsnest Pass Symphony Orchestra, directed by Roy Upton. Chappcll Memorial Trophy, piano open, Faith Harms of Lethbridge. Roy Upton Challenge Trophy Bach piano classes, Laurie FumagaSli. Harvey Wheatcroft Challenge Trophy, piano sonatina, Tony Fumngalli. T. J. Costigan Challenge Tro- phy, speech art, Sherry Slavik of Coleman. Audrey Bonne Challenge trophies, vocal solos Grades 1-3, Michelle Dobck, boys 1 to 3 Marc Pack and Woody Suther- land. Girls vocal solo, Grades 7-9, Barbara Dennis of Lundbreck. G. Eriksson Challenge tro- phies, vocal solo girls Grades 4, 5, 6 Karen Reimer, Barbara Glenn and Bonnie Park and boys Grades 4, fi, 6 Rodney Kettles of Pincher Creek. Cash awards: Madeleine Pinkney Duct Award, Laurie Fiimagalli anrl Wayman Mah. Madeleine Pinkney Son a t a Award. Laurie Fimiagalli. Dobek Brothers Reert Solo Award. Robert Brososky. Lions Piano Solo Award, shared hy Karen Pozzi and Dcbra Finn. Lions String Solo Award, Laurie Fumagalli. Lions Brass Solo Award, Darren Fantin and Waiter Gail, Blnirmore Lions Club Junior Vocal Award, Barbara Dennis of Lundbreck, f '1 B 1 ik i i i t t'. u A t V rvf HERE ARE THE MR. AND MRS. DUPONT TABER MR. AND MRS. MORDEN FORT MACLEOD L MRS. EUGENE KRAMER GRASSY LAKE r THIS SPACE IS RESERVED FOR YOUR PICTURE AS A OF TIE APPWNlT OF YOIJK (3 MAJOR WINNERS) THIS YEAR MR. HARVEY LEE IETHBRIDGE MRS. DONNA CHOMiAK IETHBRIDOE POSITIVELY LAST 4 DAYS OF SALE Proven Best" WITH TRADE LESS FOR CASH Washer Dryer W.T. or down or down and end per monlh per month ?j tESS WITH TRADE i'., 2 Locations: 236 13th St. LETHBRIDGE -Main Street, COAIDALE MONDAYS ;