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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta INDIAN ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOW AT PINCHEi! CREEK Tailfeathers, Soop Impress Pincher Art Show-Goers MRS. E. along rath many of his and early works. Mr. Tailfeathers won inter- PINCHER CREEK attention with his illus- persons attended for Cliff Faulknor's day All Indian Art book White Calf and hold recently in the MD sequel. work is in all mediums, Gerald Tailfeathers and ink, watef color, oil hand to show his new in the ability to use so work produced in industrial he feels he is fortunate. 'A Thing Called Delights Pincher PINCHER A Thing Called Hope, under the the audience with What Now My L o v e and You're Gonna Hear from Me. tion of Mrs. Norma Depledge and her mother, Mrs. Armstrong of Stettler, involved back-drop scenery was arranged by Sister Annette's art students. Before the pro- girls and seven boys, all students cf St. Michael's Senior High School, singing and dancing their way through and during intermission Dick Burgman conducted the school band. He also played two solos on the clarinet and saxa- from A Cockeyed Wouldn't it be H e a v e n 1 y to Thoroughly Modern Millie and Trouble from the Music Man acted by Brenda were presented by Fred White to Mrs. Depledge, Mrs. Armstrong, Mrs. A. Therri-auit and Mrs. Yaklin for their Bernard Stuckey to the cast. piano with a of the S t u d e n t's composition of his own thanked the public for Dawn -of support." accompanied readings by ginia S o r g e, while Harry's rendition of I Hate Men was most X-Ray Olga Verleun and Larry iec pleased the audience with their Double Dutch song Set Melody tied the ISLAND It has been Items together with her .to change the tune the Mobile Chest x-ray and Mrs. Depledge sang two Testing Clinic at the and her sister Miss Jill Island Community Hall, Bow Island. strong, as guest stager, days and hours of opera- for the clinic will now be as May 4, p.m. to p.m. and p.m. to p.m. Carpet Famous fibre rumpus rooms. 4 colors Set (HNS) A horticultural workshop will be held p.m. Monday, May 11, at the Ranch here. public is cordially invited. Dianne Douglas of the Horticultural Station 3rd speak and show slides on 17lh St. S. Phene plants. Ken McGregor of the Lelh-bridge and District Horticul- Society will deal with an- and bedding-out plants. He would like to do more por- traiture, but the demand for his rangeland paintings is too heavy to allow him the time. Mr. Tailfeathers, 44, was born on the Blood Indian Reserve. He was inspired to become an artist by an uncle who was blessed with such talent. He was encouraged by his mother and a German artist who he met at Glacier years ago. For 18 years he worked as a com- mercial artist in Calgary and Edmonton with display depart- ments of department stores and as a draftsman with an engin- eering firm. He returned to the reserve to paint the exciting oils for which he has become interna- tionally-known. He has shown his works in California and Ari- zona. He did an 18 by 20 foot mural for Expo 67. CARTOONIST Everett Eoop, cartoonist, for The Kainai News impressed the crowds with his impressionistic oils, as well as his popular car- toons. Also showing were works by Blood artists Henry Standing Alone and Jim Hunt. Sketches, drawings and paint- ings were also contributed by the many Peigan Reserve stu- dents from local schools, as well as Gerald Smith, Joe Crow- shoe, Jr., Tom Bull Pen, Dwight Provost and Valerie Goodrider. BEAD-WORK A demonstration of bead-work was given by Mrs. Nellie Yel- iow Horn, Mrs. Nelson Small jjgs, Mrs. Agnes Smith and Dorcen Smith. Mrs. Madeline Goodrider was on hand to ex- plain the whys and hows of ocal handicraft work, brought m from the Brocket Handicraft store. Visitors came from as far away as Browning, Montana, Jig Fork Montana, Lethbridge, Coaldale, Claresholm and Coleman. Ed Yellowhorn, vice-president of the Napi Friendship Associa- ion, disclosed that the Exhibi- ion would be an annual event in Pincher Creek. The association has also been invited to take the display to he Lethbridge Museum, and >lans are currently underway o finalize arrangements. Annex 30 Lots COALDALE (HNS) The 'own of Coaldale has annexed 30 lots located on the west side. The property is owned by Sis. Phyllis Handley. Two lots re owned by Jake Voth. The town needed the land for expansion according o the submission made to the joard at a public hearing in Coaldale. Thank you Canada! Seagram's Five Star now outsells all other brands of whisky. The Easy taste and easy to look at. Plus the Seagram name and quality. Prove it for yourself. That's the easy part. The easy whisky. FIVE STAR CANADIAN RYE WHISKY E. SEAGRAM 1 SONS LIMITED WATERLOO. ONTARIO. CANADA 25 M. Sparwood Probes Recreation Plans Ky PAUL C'HAl-A Herald News Service NATAL Residents of the District of Spanyood, concern- ed about future recreation plans, attended a meeting of the Michel Natal Community Fund Society held in the Vil- lage Hall in Natal recently. Main item on the agenda was a vole taken on the offer made by the Regional District of East Kootenay for the purchase of the curling rink and skating arena. As plans for a recreational complex in Sparwood could not progress until the offer from the Regional District was de- cided upua, the membership ac- cepted the offer of for the two buildings wit1! an op- tion to buy back the curling rink for a dollar. On discussion it was decided to accept the of- fer as cost of moving the rink to another site was regarded as too great. The membership was inform- ed that the Regional District would make both buildings available to the district for at least another year at which time it will be known what pro- gress will be made towards a recreational complex. Esti- mated cost of building a I'eational complex was deeme( loo much for the Community Fund Society to lake over. T he skating arena, since be- ing built, was without artificial ice and depended solely on nat- ural ice while the curling rink had artificial ice. As a Centennial Project, the Society would inform the school board of the feasibility of im- proving ball park facilities at Sparwcod school and at the same time having use of th facilities for summer recreation by the community Ordain Bias BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Raymond Henry Bias was ordained deacon in the Church of God recently at the Church of St. Richard of Chichester in Weston, Out. The ordination ceremonies were conducted by Most Rev. toward A. Clark, Primate of the Anglican Church of Can- ada, for the Diocese of Cal- gary. A ceremony will be held at All Saints Church in north Cal- gary May 10. Monday, N WO THE ICTHIiRIDOE HERALD 3 IDS VOLLEYBALL CHAMPA Senior women of the LDS church, fourth ward, recently won the inter- stake championship, sendin'P'ayers 'rom Lethbridge, Taber and Raymond down One hundred women took part. Back row, from Murphy, Marie Pitcher Betty Schow, April Nish Jackson. Front row, from left: Nola Boehmer, nya Young, Suzanne Glad- stone and Pat Leavitt. Hull Photo. Lauiic Petition COALDALE (HNS) si- ents of Coaldale and ire reminded to sign th'eti- :on being circulated fie legalization of Mrs. Oh've Wiens i" liarge. Those wishing to sign the petition may do so when the canvasser calls, at the Sunny South News office, or at the home of Mrs. Wiens, 2113 18 St., Coaldale Renew Contract COALDALE (HNS) Coun- cillor Mike Batycky and Mayor R. D. Jdlinstone were given authorization to renew the Fleet Insurance contract which is due to expire shortly. Ask About The NEW INVISIBLE MULTIFOCAL LENS iMULTlLUX) PRESCRIPTION CO. islofiiiig. fora iargan Here's one vou can believe in. What makes the Buick LeSabres we seH such bargains? We're, dealing, for one thing. Spring is here and were making up for lost time during those cold winter months when everybody staj'ed home by the fire. We're going to make it real easy for youtogetintoaBuickandcelebrateSpring. But that's only part of what makes a bargain a bargain. What about the car? Can you believe in it? EveryBuicldsbufltwithintegrity. fou get things like a cooling system thaoiild never overheat, even with air cottoning. iu get Buick's unique suspension makes this LeSfc one of the best handling Buicks even jean even order a 350 cubic-inch, VS. h four-barrel carburetion. That delivers 2S5 horsepower. Yet runs on regular gas. So, let's put it this way. If you want a' bargain, we've got the ingredients. The car. And the deal. Wouldn't you really rather have a Buick? Buick value. Something to believe in. AUTHORIZED BUICK DEALER IN LETHBRIDGE -See local authorized Buick dealer 4th ENERSON flOTORS LTD. PHONE 327-5705 LETHBRIDGE, AlTA, ;