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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 27, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta March 27, 1973 THE IBTKSPtlDGI _ Fernie school delayed NATAL (HNS) The Fernic school board has learned that projections of pupil popula- tions, made a year ago and in- dicating possible need (or a new senior secondary school it Fornie next year, have not been upheld by actual figures and building of the school will be delayed. In a letter to the board, J. L Canty, superintendent of ad mirtistrative services with the department of education, saic the department will not be to consider the school for 197' and that 1976 appears lo be th< earliest date one may be re- quired. Mr. Canty indicated hU be liet that present aceomraoda lion will be adequate until Sep- tember, 1976, "at which tim there is an apparent need lo accommodation for an addi tional 100 to 170 pupils." St. Mary's Warriors wins Alberta championship Alb St Mary's Warriors of the Blood Indian Reserve ore Chief, Godfrey Red Crow, Robert Wells, Casey Scott and Jta champions. They defeated Cereal Jordan Wells. Back row, Narcisse Blood, coach 5on, Mike Oka, Karry Scott, Don Brave Rock, Matt Wells, Alvin Red Crow, Steven Shaw (principal) and manager Rev. Tony Duhaimo. .n Ihe finals at Cold take. Nine other teams took part. Coached by Jerry Dawson, they have won the champion- ship about 11 times in the past 25 years. Front row, from left, Emll Day Chief, Godfrey Weaselhead, Giles Day West sisters do Modern Millie CARDSTON (HNS) A mark 94 was earned by Ctody and Mamie West of Mountain View in the recent Cardston Music Festival. The two sisters sang and danced Thoroughly Modern Millie in the musical theatre duet class. Earlier adjudicator Miss Po- WIN-FREE THE R.C.A. APPLIANCE OF YOUR CHOICE NOTHING TO BUY (Details at Smith's) WISHING WELL SALE DISHWASHER Extra Special 2 only Una Savridi of Calgary com- plimented Cindy by saying her voice is ready for radio or tele- vision. Miss Savridi was amazed at the talent and props displayed in the musical theatre class. She said it was much better than Calgary. Eesults follow: O1RLJ VOCAL t Jennifer Bealer, M; Stecey French, M, GIRLS SOLO to 7 years: Julie Cameron, K. 8 to 9 years: S1acy Pircher, 81. 10 years: Tflmara Tagg, 90; Wargle years: Lisa tfatKIn, 89; Wnnner. 86. 12 years: LTndil Spaceman, 78. 13 years: Melisa Spaceman, 7B; Lilly Gay Slixle, 77. 14 years: Trudy Pitcher, EB; Joanne White. S3. 15 years: Lorna Merrill, 76. IS years: Cindy West and Delanl Spackman, 79 17 years: Lor! Smllh and Loreen Cahoon, 85 9 to U years: JtJliB Ann Jensen, 7< n to H years: Mellsa Spackman 60: Lilly Gay Slfied, 79. 15 lo 17 years: Lcfl Smirn, TO; Lorie 79. DUET Light Opera: Julie Ann ant Tammy Tegg, 12 years: Tamara Tagg and Julli Ann Jensen, 79. K year5 and under: West an< West, 92. GIRLS FOLK SONS 10 years: taw, eoj Jull Ann Jensen, 79." 12 years: Lisa Matkln, air LlndE Spaekman, 75. U years: 90; Gay Steed, 77. Babysitting course set FORT MACLEOD (Specia The Chinook Health Un. will sponsor a babysitting clin ic in April. The course will begin Apr 3. Instruction will be give Tuesday and Thursday b tween 4 and 5 p.m. in the G. Davis School. The registrati fee is PAUL ANDCRbEtl Photo Shoots cougar Orvin Markle, Clares- holm district farmer, bag- ged this 165-pound cougar in Ihe Porcupine Hills west of Claresholm. Markla re- ceived special permission from the wild life depart- ment to lake the big cat. WANTED PEA SEED CONTRACTS HIGH CONTRACT PRICES COLUMBIA SEED COMPANY LTD. BOX 331 VAUXHALl, AlBERTA PHONE IS yean: Laurel Harllfty, 90) ussell, Senior: Lori Smllti, SI; Loreen ioon, 83. OYS FOLK SONO 12 years: Mark Marker, 70; Ronald hldHer and Kendall Cameron, 79 14 years: Kelly 79. OLK BALLAD SOLO 16 years: Cindy 91; 'llcher, 9D. Senior: Lori Mi Nolen Gl- en, 85. CUARTET Open: Myrs Humphreys, Bevans, Norma and Jenn fAflyer, 8P; Teresa Pitcher, Gregg teedr Susan Ockcy and VYestwi, Open: Teresa Pilcher, iusan Ockey and Mike Weston, Wi TRIO Open: fAyra Kathleen Bevans, Jean, 89. Girls Trio: Teresa Pilcher, Susan Ockey and Shelly Malkfn, 77. MUSICAL THEATRE Duet: Cindy Weil and MarMe .1? Tamara Tagq and Lisa Markfn, Stacy Plkher and Alark Pitcher, 90 ITALIAN ART SONS Carol Malmberg, 76. FRENCH ART SOHG Delanl 77. the little car from General Motors that does everything well-receives much coveted HEADS SOCREDS CRANBROOK (S p e c i a Kootenay provincial con- stituency Social Credit Asso- ciation has named James Da- vis of Kimberley president I n i i Four Spring Coulee men honored by Wheat Pool SMITH'S Color T.V. Appliances SPRING COULEE (1INS) Ray Bennett, James Hunl- cr, J. F. Mackenzie and Charles Ripley were honored at the recent AlberSa Wheat Pool Golden Anniversary banquet. original of the They are the founding members Pool here. These Spring Coulee men received plaques and words of tribute from Uie gather- ing. AGAIN IN 1973 FOR THE THIRD YEAR IN A ROW 1971-Motor Trend "Car of the Yeas'" 1971 -Car and Driver Sesf Economy Sedan 1972-Servke Station and Garage Management "Essies! sub-compost fa 1972-Car and Driver Eesf Icossomy Sedsn 3 -Motor Trend Economy ef ilze year Vega I i i REPORT your i Ed Gerard Conrad Smith PletleEl Pletfoll Miikulln CLOSED MONDAYS OPEN THURS. AND Till 9 P.M. 236- 13th ST. N. PHONE 328-5541 g TKelethbrldgeHeraU Correspondent in Your Area BARNWEU MRS. WAITER GRIGOR 223-8121 ti BARONS 3 NORMA MYSON 7S7-3930 j BARRHIU i MRS. MARGARET I. PALMER Box 156, Picture UACK1E MRS. JIM MONTGOMERY BOW IStAND MRS. D. ROBERTSON MRS. AUCE SCHAUFEIE (SP) 545-2127 CARDSTON MRS. 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