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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ___Monday, May I, 197J THE IFTHBRIDGE HERAIO TENT HELPERS AND WAYFARER CRADS Miss Barbara tnns, aoove, presents prires to Barbara Rempel, Luella Retzlaff and Betty Neil for outstanding work with the Coaldale Wayfarers Girls' Club. Other photo: Seven 1971-72 Wayfarer grads and rwo leaders, from left, Mrs. David Martens, Diane Tymbgrski, Grace Dyck, Dons Rempel, Beverley Ens, Luanne Nago, Marion Wiens, Wanda Redding and Mrs. Art Isaak. -Mary Tymburski Photos Four stages completed by seven girls PRESENTS AWARDS Doug Schlagel of the Bellevue legionaires Midgel Hockey Team receives an award from Mrs. Joyce Siray of Bellevue for having (he highest num- ber of points during the season in the Midget section. Coach Ron Cleave of Bellevue presents Duncan Ozar with a trophy for being the most outstanding goalie. Colin Giolo is the best all-round player and Daren Paton collected the highest number of points In the season. -Vern Decoux Photos Stress clean living Ideals BELLEVUE (CNP Bureau) Brent Lethbridge sports announcer, and Richard Koentges, president of the Crowsnest Pass Junior A Hock-1 per in the M.D. McEachen ey League, addressed more than 200 minor hockey players and parents at a banquet sup- Auxiliary tea set May 10 COALDALE (liNSI The annual spring lea. bazaar and bake sale of Ihe Coaldale Com- munity Hospital Women's Aux- iliary will he held from 2 to 5 p.m. Wednesday, May in. in the hospital boardroom, Coaldale. Three draws will be made. Proceeds will go to purchase new drapes for the hospital and to refurnish the wailing room. Sires Ltd. Ars Holding on A-l SCHOOL May 15th through the 19th 9 n.m, lo 5 p.m. (If enough are Interested) Please contnel: Southern Sires Ltd. P.O. Box 357, lellibridfle w 328-9671 School here recently. Both men stressed the im- portance of self-discipline and clean living as prime factors if players wish to progress. The fact that Junior A hock- ey will return lo the Crowsnest Pass Ihis season was disclosed. The speakers said this would provide an excellent opportu- nity for local players to have some place to go if they wished to further their hockey careers. They said that competition to gain a place on the team would be tough as there would be many outsiders seeking jobs here to have an opportunity to play Junior A hockey. Many good players have been held back in the area due to Ihc fact that there was no place for them to gn; others did not want to leave home and still others were held back by their parents, By nol jumping at the j right, lime Ihe players lost their chance to further their hockey careers. Deputy mayor Godfrey Hungar congralulaled t h e minor hockey players for their good sportsmanship during the and also congratulated minor hockey president Bill Orar and secretary-treasurer Margo llouda, for. a job well done. By MART TYMBURSKI Herald News Sen-ice COALDALE The Coaldale 'ayfarer Girls' Club recently oncluded its 1971-72 term with a molhcr and daughter tea, graduation and special presen- ations program. Seven girls were honored. They were Wanda Redding, 3oris Rempel, Beverley Ens, Grace Dyck, Diane Tymburski, ,uanne Nago and Marion Viens. Luanne Nago also was given pecial recognition for comple- jng the four-year Wayfarer course in two years Mrs. Herman Neufeld, leader and co-convener of the club, was the chairman for the cer- emony. Mrs. Jake Andres was club resident and Mrs. David Mar ens was Ihe second convener. The club has four stages hrough which lha girls must progress. Teachers were: Mrs. Her- man Neufeld and Miss Eliza- >elh Dycfc as leaders and Lydia Barbara Enns and Pam Thiesscn as helpers. Homemakers Mrs. H erb Dyck and Mrs. Fred Wulms, leaders. Lighlbearers Mrs. Hull! Friesen, leader and Barbara Friesen, helper. Guides Mrs. David Mar- and Mrs. Art Isaak. Badges and gifts were given lo those who did outstanding work during the year. Luanne Nago won the Badge contest for completing the most projects during the year. Badges are given for the var- ious projects. Carol Ens and Luanne Nago tied for first place for having the best scrapbooks. Mrs. Jake Neufeldt, on be- half of the judges committee, gave the prizes and made re- marks on how to compile a good scrapbook. Diane Tymburski received honorable mention for her book. Silver spoons were given to the following with perfect at- tendance during the year in Ten Helpers Cynthia Voel- ske, Kathy Willms. Betty Neil, Barbara Rempel; Homemakers Linda Conners, Marlene Steinbrenner, Sharon Mensch, Karen Aim, Carrie Berg, Ther- esa Aim and Joyce Donkers- goed; Lightbearers Louise Zielinski, Roxanne Holmes and June Twitehen: Guides Luanne Nago, Wanda Redding, Doris Rempel, Beverley Ens and Diane Tymburski. The Homemakers class won the discipline contest. Each class started out wilh 500 points Several rules were laid had to be adhered to or else potats were taken off. The winning class had 460 points. Some of the crafts made during the year were sold at a tea and bazaar of Ihe Sunbeam Sewing Circle of Ihc Conference Church, .he group which sponsors the club. The proceeds from this will 2 donated to the Sportsplex fund. Tlie club has also raised other money tins past season through the sales of peppor and vaniua. When Ihe net proceeds are tabulated a decision will be made to which group it is to be given as the club's mission project. The final program and ban- quet and the year's club meel- ings were held in the basement of the Coaldale Mennonite Con- ference Church. You can take a WHITE HORSE anywhere iED, liana m tarw n Distilled, Blended and Bottled in Scotland by White Horse Distillers Ltd., Scotland Front-end loader overturns FORT MACLEOD (HNS) Four local men narrowly es- caped death while working on the service line al the back of 29lli St. The front, end loader, own- ed and operated by Cyril Nash, overturned and landed upside down at the bol.lom of the 12- foot ditch. Mr. Nash escaped without a scratch as (lie bucket on the maclnne was up and did not allow the cab lo be completely crushed. Two boom trucks and the town grader wera used to up- right the 12-ton cat and pull it from the ditch. The operation took about one hour. Tlie town is engaged in per- vicing new homes under con- slniclion in the land formerly occupied by Inn old. hospital. NORTH LETHBRID 305-13 St. North Phone 327-3181 (On Our Discontinued Tire Lines) TiRE SIZE 7.00-13 7.75-14 8.25-14 8.55-14 7.75-15 8.25-15 TIRE SIZE 6.50-13 5.60-15 G78-14 G78-15 H78-1S White White Black White Black 1ST TIRE 26.20 26.10 28.30 31.45 31.45 2ND TIRE 13.10 13.10 14.15 15.72 15.72 PAIR 39.30 39.30 42.45 47.17 30-5-13th ST. SOUTH PHONE 327-3181 ;