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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Golden Wedding Anniversary Married at Cainbuslang, Scotland, Mr. and Mrs. John Kerr Milchell of Sparwood recently celebrated their Golden Wedding Anniversary with an open house for family and friends. Happy gathering honors Mitchells NATAL (HNS) Natal- Michel, and now Sparwood, res- idents Mr. and Mrs. John Kerr Mitchell recently held an open house on the occasion of their Golden Wedding Anniversary. They were married at Cam- buslang, Scotland, by Rev. Wil- liam Grey at Trinity Church. The bride's attendant was Catherine Mitchell, now Mrs, Tom Findley of Sparwood. Mr. Mitchell arrived in Can- ada May 24, 1928, and was fol- lowed by his wife Jean and two daughters, Jean and Margaret, Oct. 2fl. Their only son, Wil- liam, was bom at Michel. Mr. Mitchell started to work underground for the Crows Nest Pass Coal Company two days after his arrival. He work- ed underground as a niiner for the company until his retire- ment in 1966. He was a member of the old Michel Local Union which later joined the United Mine Work- ers of America. For 25 years he acted on the inspection committee. Attending the anniversary celebration were all the Mitch- ell family, daughters Mrs. Earl (Jean) Tabor of Victoria, B.C.; and Margaret of Calgary; son William at home; granddaugh- ter Mrs. Stellio Tedesco of Vic- toria, B.C.; two great grand daughters, Laura Jean and Anna Maria; grandson Kenneth Blazanko and his wife and the first great grandson Che; anc two grandsons, Rickey and ICasey Lepla of Calgary. REPORT your to... j The Lethhtidge Herald j I Correspondent in Your Area ETZIKOM I jj MRS. PIUS EHNES 666-2157 ENCHANT I I MRS. MARGARET CORCHAK 739-2159 I FERN1E t MRS. RICHARD WitUAMS f 1 FOREMOST I GEOFF TAGG 867-3661 I 1 FORT MACLEOD MRS. TED SWIHART 234-3612 1 GRANUM MRS. ED CfSAR 236-3806 j jj Contort these people for your District News 8 or Classified Advertising B Farm Loans FARM CREDIT ACT- provides long term mortgage loans to develop profitable farm businesses. Farm Syndcate Credit Act- provides joint loons for machinery purchases to groups of three or more farmers. SMALL FARM DEVELOPMENT PROGR.AM- specia! credit assistance to small farmers In building up sound operations; grants fo retiring formers of small units. FARM CREDIT CORPORATION Credit Advisor: J. R. GRAHAM Telephone: 234-3793 Office location: FORT MACLEOD Field Area: M.D. of WIUOW CREEK and PINCHER CREEK District news MEETS MONDAY COALDALE (HNS) Coal- dale Arts and Crafts Club will meet at 8 p.m. Monday, April 2, in the home of Mrs. Esther REQUEST Gil ANTE U COALDALE (1INS) A re- quest, from the Conldale Mo- torcycle Club to use the old sewer lagoon site was granted ly town council recently. Coun- cil made the following comli- ions: that the use may be -eamtaated toy council at any time; the area may be used by others; the club provide posted the town post signs "motorcycling at your own risk." President is Gary Klassen. HORSES MAY BE KEPT COALDALE (HNS) Coun- :il has authorized a resident to teep three horses in a specific ocation in town as requested. This is subject approval by ,he public healtb inspector. Permits to keep animals must renewed annually. MAY START PLANT COALDALE Engineering and Construction Limited is interested in setting up a ready-mix concrete plant here, town council was inform- ed recently. Information re- quested by the firm will be for- warded by the town secretary. REPAIRS APPUCANCES COALDALE (HNS) Anoth- er business recently opened its doors to the public here. Town council issued a permit for Bill Chemak to operate an appli- ance and service repair shop in the back of the Coaldale In- surance building. URGE LEASE PACT COALDALE (HNS) The Coaldale Kinsmen Club is urg- ing town council to complete the lease agreement with the town on the Kinsmen Rodeo grounds. A 20-year clause in the agreement is desired by the club. CANCER MONTIf COALDALE (HNS) Mrs. Robert Cady, chairman for the local canvass for the Canadian Cancer Society, reminds donors that April is Cancer month. Canvassers here will be going out in full force iji April. CANCER FILM COALDALE (HNS) A film on cancer will be shown at the next meeting of the Community Hospital Women's Auxiliary. It is scheduled for 8 p.m. Monday, April 2, in the hospital board room. RADFORD SPEAKS PICTURE BUTTE (HNS) The Picture Butte Fish and Game Association rec e n t ly heard D. Radford, fish biolo- gist for Lethbridge and district, speak. Next meeting: Tuesday, April 3. WOULD EMPLOY COALDALE (HNS) An ap- plication will be made by the town to the provincial STEP, Student Temporary Employ- ment Program, to employ two persons under this program. NURSING HOME COALDALE (HNS) Town council has called a meeting with the Coaldale Coinmunity Hospital board for Monday, April 2, to discuss the possibili- ty of establishing a senior citi- zens or nursing home here. Saturday, Morch 31, 1979 THE IETHBRIDGE HWAID X Support for games asked B} DELIA WOOLF Ikii'nld News Service RAYMOND Soulhera Al- berta Summer Games chair- man James Blumell asked for the full support of each commit! ee member for all games events at a recent meeting here. He made a plea for good sportsmanship in all events. Each citizen of Raymond and District must become in- volved in the work. He asked for volunteers to assist in many games areas. Mr. Blumell is chairman of all committees. Under his supervision are 13 departments. July 25, and 28 are the dales. Committees: accommoda- tion, 'Andy and Kay Graba- vac; badges, Jack Beckwith; .Russell Court, catering; cer- emonies and protocol, James Bridge; Brandon Scott, fi- nance; Dr. John Low, medi- cal; Max Court, official vis- itors; Eobcrt Brandley, offi- cial pictures of the games; Melvin Spackmon, publicity; Kay Williams siatisties; su- pervision, Max Holt. The games committee chairmen were introduced: track and field, Joseph Ste- venson; swimming and div- ing. Brian Dudley; small bore, Lawrence Halmrast; equestrian, Dalin and Theo- dore Pack; horseshoes, Clark Hardy; slow, pitch, John Smith; tennis, Robert Gibb; and M. .Hill. Classy hoop stars at Welling Five trophies odds up to five great victories for Stirling basketball players, from left, front: Larry Wilde, Kevin Wolsey; back row, Paul Wolsey, Alan Wilde, Barry Me- hew, Myron Wilde, (coach John and Doug Keller. Carclstoii festival trophy winners PIANO Junior performers trophy: Shelley performers trophy: senior performer: Teresa Hendrv. Intermediate Shelley Burl. Janisko Family Irojjhy Stxiil: classes: Stacy pitcher. Kcarl's best Pile her. VOCAL Junior performers Irophy: VJsa Intermediate trophy: Trudy Pile her. Senior trophy: Cindy Wesl. Musical Theatre Tagg Family Tro- phy: Gerald Beaier Family. Best family performance Voyager Family Restaurant Trophy: Cameron Family. IN SPEECH Juni Rirle. Intermediate performers Trophy: Terry pills. Senior Performers Trophy: shar] Hohrn. More district pages 8, 37 Mrs. Yvonne Hohm Trophy for best scenes: ShFrley Johnson. REVOLVING TROPHIES Slylors Beauly- Salon TV ophy, Bach Piano c.asses: Shelley Mat kin. Mrs, Margaret Zaug Most Prom , in speech competlMonr Donal Gibb. Umaun Webster Memorial Troph Rec Ira I Class: Susan Wet ster. WANTED PEA SEED CONTRACTS HIGH CONTRACT PRICES COLUMBIA SEED COMPANY LTD. BOX 331 VAUXHAIA, ALBERTA JAMES BLUMELL PHONE 403-654-2535 Wolsey, Mehew sharpshooters STIRLING (IINS) Welling boys defeated the Stirling team 36-32 at a basketball tourna- ment at the school. Paul Wolsey scored 11 points and Barry Mehew fired in 10 for Welling. Holt Zaugg nelfed 10 for Stir- ling. Welling boys won four tro- phies last year plus Ihe 1973 silverware. Two of She toys on the team are only 10 and 11 years of age. Their coach is John Muliew. Stirling Boy Scouts and the 12 to 13-year-old Deacons of the LDS Church here organized the tourney and teams attending were from Magrath, Raymond, Lelhbridge and Stir- ling. It began at 9 a.m. with Stir- ling victorious over the Leth- bridge Fourth 38-30. Stirling's Holt Zaugg and opponent Alex Gepnaris both put in 18. Magrath defeated Lethbridge Second 42-37 with Tom Alston scoring 16 and Brian Williams of the city, 13. Welling beat Raymond 62-15 with Paul Wolsey sinking 20 points while J. BlunieU made eight in a losing cause. Lethbridge Second then took Lethbridge Fourth 45-32 with Kevin Hartley and Jim Clark scoring 12 points each ajid op- ponent Alex Gepnaris 18. Welling defeated Magrath 64- 35. Barry Mehew dropped 22 poinis while Randy Hanes put in 13 points for Magrath. In the consolation play-offs, Lethbridge Second beat Ray- mond 78-17. Bruce Olson scored 29 points while Daren Dudly of Raymond scored 11 points. Stirling's coach Dave Steed presented a trophy to the cham- pion team from Welling. Proceeds from the tourney went to the Stirling Boy Scout Troop. TAX GOT YOU DOWN? Go to a nearby H R 81OCK office for a real picker-upper. Competent COMPLETE tax will com- RETURNS plele your return prompt' If and accurately. You'll smile at the low cost, too. 'H K R BLOCK-A good place to place your con- fidence. CUABANTIE s UUP We guarantee accurate preparation of every Ux return. I If we make any errors that cost you any penalty or In- terest, we will pay only thai penalty or interest. co (iiudi'i Largeil In Service With Over 6000 Offices in Ktrtfi imerki 8153rd AVE. SO. 314 13th St. NO. WEEKDAYS 9 to 9; SAT. 9 to 5 PHONE 3J7-3712 OPEN SATURDAY NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY Farm Loans FARM CREDIT ACT- provides long term mortgage loans to develop profitable farm businesses. Farm Syndicate Credit Act-- provides joint loans for machinery purchases to groups of three or more farmers. SMALL FARM DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM- special credit assistance to small farmers in building up sound operations; grants to retiring farmers of small units. FARM CREDIT CORPORATION Credit Advisor: SHELDRAKE Telephone: 327-0752 Office Location: POST OFFICE (after April 9 Holiday Village) Field Area: COUNTIES OF VUICAN, WARNER, IETH- BRIDGE ant) MD's OF TABER AND CARDSTON Be Sure To Attend This Year's Exciting AC-EXPO 4 Big Action Packed Days April 3-4-5-6 Don't Miss It! All Exhibits Open 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Tues., Wed., Thurs., Fri. NORTH AMERICA'S FINEST BULL SHOW AND SALE HEREFORD SHOW SHOW TIME: TUESDAY, APR.L 3, 1973 P.M. Judge: Louis LaMmcr, Olds, Alberfa The SOUTHERN ALBERTA HEREFORD ClUB will present o banner to the Champion and Reserve Grand Champion Hereford 'Bulls of Ihe show. GRAND CHAMPJON HEREFORD BULL A presentation will be made by the Canada Packers Ltd., Lethbridge, AlbeMa, to 1hs winner. RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION HEREFORD BULL A presentation will be made by Hie Can a cf ion Dressed Meaf (leth.J ltd., (plhbrlrfge Alberta, To the winner. BEST PAIR OF HEREFORD BULLS A presentation will be mads berta to the winner. HEREFORD SHOW WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4 a.m. Sharp ABERDEEN ANGUS SHOW SHOW TIME; THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1973 A.M. Judge; Ralph Griff Jfhs, Coronation, Athena The SOUTHERN A I BE PT A ANGUS CLUB will present a banner to the Grand Champion and Reserve Grand Champion Aberdeen Angus Bulls of the show. GRAND CHAMPION ABERDEEN ANGUS BULL A presentation will be made by the Canadian Imperial Bonk of Commerce, Leth- brfdyo, Alberlo, to the win- ner. RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION ABERDEEN ANGUS BULL A presentation will be by ihp BonV of Nova Scotia, Main Branch, lelhhrrdgp, Al- Fo rho winner. BEST PAIR OF ABERDEEN ANGUS SALE THURSDAY, APRIL 5 p.m. Sharp SPECIAL EVENTS FASHION SHOW PROFESSIONAL and BEAUTIFUL April 3 p.m. Aprif 6 p.m. GIANT FARM MACHINERY and SERVICES DISPLAY Agriculture 01 it is now and will be In Ihe Mure SEED COMPETITION and DISPLAY Show of Champions PROGRESSIVE FARMING and HOME SHOW Farm mechanization and home efficiency AlBERTA PRODUCT DISPLAY Show of Alberta agricultural protesting industry AGRICULTURAL CONTROVERSY 3 1 p.m. and April 5-1 p.m. Roy Alkinson Sister Thomas More Bcrteli Or- George M. Jonss Dobson len Chairman, Dr. Murray Hawkins Please obtain fres Jickels to Pony Draw ot Ihft Information Bcolh ;