Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
May 10, 1772 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 5 District doings Faces charge TABErt (HNS) rroprictor of the Slcdman's Store here, Edward Engvrer, will appear in magistrate's court Monday, May 15, on a charge of bylaw violation. Mr. Engwer appeared on a charge laid by Tahcr police al- leging he k e p t his store open alter the G p.m. closing dead- line. The case was set over for one week by Magistrate A. H. Elford. to CGIT IRON SPRINGS (HNS) The Iron Springs Unite Church Women met recently at the home of Mrs. W. Yalowega with Mrs. T. C. Noble presid N. M. Oliver conducted the worship service and Mrs D. H. Oliver reported on the Al berta conference. Mrs. N. M. Oliver, as a rep resentative of. the Iron Spring United Church, reported on th co-ordinating council meeting and discussed the cost an function of UCAIR which wa attended by many people Iron southern Alberta. It was decided to donate to the Iron Springs CGIT to (he camp council delegate. Modified year STIRLING (HNS) The f ral Parent-Teacher Associalio meeting was held. Principal J seph Stevenson suggested modi tied school year may instituted. Parents asked questions and made.suggestions on the school curriculum, (arts and crafts, special reading courses, and home economic Open house IRON SPRINGS (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Jorgensen held open house recently for their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. D. Speelman, whose marriage was a recent event. Warner District Day June 17 Mrs. Mary honored mvm The an- the accomplishments nl the dation i.f her work during t JBK -aas "ft. WARNER May meeting of the Warner Wom- en's Institute was held at the me of Mrs. Dagmar Minion, 111 Mrs. Sal Howkins as co- stcss. Roll call was answered hy lj embers who brought articles r layettes. Warner will hold its "District ays" Saturday, .Inno 17. A immiltco of representatives om all the local orgamza- ons will be responsible for c handicraft competition and her displays. The WI constituency confer- nee will be held June 16, at ardston, with the Old Chief 'I as host. Delegates will be Irs. Winnie Dustin and Mrs. Dthel Herbst. The OORP will hold its an- ual Senior Citizens' Day Wed- esday, June 7. Therefore the VI will hold its meeting the vcek before, on May 31 at 7 i.m. at the home of Mrs. Ethyl Morton. The auxiliary to the Border Counties Hospital will hold ils annual Florence Nightingale tea while elephant and bake sale Thursday, May II, in the Roman Catholic Church recre- ation room. The Jolly Janes Girls' Club will hold ils annual Mother's Day lea, bake sale and fish poiid on Saturday, May 13, in the Warner Memorial Library. The Spring clothing drive deadline is May IS. Good, clean, used clothing may be. left at Jack Carr's Oaiage. Because of the conference, Ihe WI will not have a float in the parade this year. The trees are dying in the memorial plot at the library. The June project will be to plan a picnic, tea or parly for the patients at the Alberta Hos pital Jt Raymond. Each mem lo bring a gift suitable or bingo. Mrs. Mary Morion, UUOJIM convenor, gave a very intcrcst- ng summary of a talk given ,y Mrs. Molly Mitchell, a worker with the Canadian collected COALDALE (HNS) The annual canvass here for the Canadian Cancer Society has been completed and was collected. Mrs. James Farr was the convener. She reports if anyone was missed, donations may be for- warded to the Lethbridge office of the Canadian Cancer So- ciety. Mental Association, "Be concerned with the tients that are released. They want foster homes in w h i c h they can be helped lo become employed and accepted in the community. The hospitals are now called 'The home with (he open no bars or locks. The patients admit and dis- charge Ihcmsclvcs. Botllcd-up anger can break the bottle." Mrs. Morion also urged fur- ther education on vencral dis- eases lo encourage a better way of life. Kim Mosurchak introduced Noreen Heppler. She gave the report of the April meeting of the Jolly Janes Girls Club. Mrs. Catherine Drake chose two articles from The Country- woman lo enlighten the mem- bers on the work of the ACWW. nual supper meeting of the Warner Catholic Women's League was held recently in I followed with Kaincr hcnusu the Warner Memorial Library presiding, with 35 memters and their bus- i An engraved tray pic- b Is in attendance. i scntcd to the past-president, Yearly reports v.cr, read cm i Mrs. M a r y fiwrs. in appro-, Joyce Brew.sUT wins for academic achievements ffiUTTS (I'NSi Jovcc, education of (he Lcthhridgc of j R.i Community College and r---- i cciveu ner ceruncait; :n and Mrs. Urewster of Coutts, has been awarded the Province previous i of Alberta prize "f S30 for aca- j in Scotland, Queen tlcmic achievements. i Elizabeth High School, Edmon- Miss Brewslcr recently prad-! Ion, and the Erie Rivers High uated'from the school of liberal School, MOkJiiver. ciation of her work during thn two-year term. officers: president, Mrs. Ella Hepplcr; secretary. Mrs. Mary rlexliang; treasurer, Mrs. U'onc Clayton; Church life. Mrs. Mary Hepplcr; or- ganization, Mrs. Kthcl Herbst: Christian life- Mrs- Sylvia Krysak: communications, Mrs- .lean I'iltman; social lilc, Mrs. Sharon Collin; wicial action, Mrs Ixjrraine Hepplcr: and cultural life, Mrs. Cathcnnn Drake. Kihr.s "-ere shown by Mr. and Mrs. .Matt Herbst on their re- cent Irip to Australia. New Zua- I land. Kiji Islands and Hawaii. The would like to thank the Royal Purple Women for catering. Hall to close COALDALE (HNS) The Coaldale Community Hall will he closed July 1 as ordered by George King, town building in- spector. Income in 1971 exceeded ex- penses by only This did not leave very much for repairs. Janitor services arc the most cosily. To heat the building it cost while power cost and water and sewer, The hall is required to pay frontage taxes of 538 annually. Bookings have dwindled sines (the Sportsplcx hsll has been opened. The root sags on both ends by six to eight inches and the sides are pushing outward. For these reasons it was said hy Mr. King lo be unsafe Jor public gather- ings. Cost of repairs, by rough esti- mates, could be Several years ago the cost to replace the foundation was Alton Knapp, involved in hall operations from the time it was built in 1938, said spending this amount of money is not justi- fied. T Passwords Wins incentives grant SPARWOOD (HNS) Crows Nest Industries Ltd. of Ferae, B.C., has accepted a federal government regional develop- ment incentives grant from the department of regional econo- The federal offer of is based on a rate of 15 per cent of the approved capital costs of the expansion es- timated at injr- i- ic'expansion for" a dressed! About 41 new jobs; inll be kiln dry lumber facility at created as a result of the ied- Elk0] 1 oral incentive grant. Confirmation June 18 SPARWOOD (HNS) The sacrament of confirmalion will he administered in St. Mich- ael's parish by Bishop Doyle Sunday. June 18, at the a.m. mass. to he confirmed, as well as those adults who have not yet been confirmed. First communion for some i 3Z children of the parish will I he on Sunday, June 11, at the a.m. mas. Those in Grade 7 and 8 a.m. mass. Young people honor Her. Fclcrs GRANUM (IlNSi G. N. Peters was honored re- cently at a special youth per- vice held in the Knox Presby- terian Church of Jumbo Valley. Children sing at FT A parley STIRLING (HNS) Music teacher Miss Carol Strong con- ducted Grade 2 and :i pupils in a vocal chorus lo entertain a iwcnl. Parent Teacher Asso- ciation meeting. Linda Edwards introduced the first song, Snow-while Bur- ro. Uremia Oishi introduced the number, II a i n, while Norman Sillito told of the song, Clouds. Mary Ellen Pclcrscn and Mi- chelle Haas introduced, 1 Can't Spell Hippopotamus. Miss Strong's choral groups from different, grades have cn- tcrlaNied at each PTA meeting throughout Iliis past school year. Bingo set SPARWOOD (IINS) A bii-fo. sponsored by the Father Anthony Council, Knights of Columbus, will he held Thurs- day, May in, at 3 p.m. Young people from Noblcford and Granum attended. It was held to show appreciation of the work Mr. Peters has done. He is leaving soon for Kara- loops, B.C. Taking part were: Nick Meyers, Tjapko and Corrie Dcfmcrs, Gary and Cindy Cal- dcrwood. Donna Dobic. Ruth Williams. Catherine Macljcan, Brycc. Uremia and Cathy Veen- land, Memo Vandcr Dccn, Tim Mclnlosh. Lornn Mackintosh. Barbara Wccrstra, Gordon and Brian Pcrrc-l. Raymond and Edmond Manyberries and Le- annc. Clark. Mr. Pclcrs gave the sermon and chose Ecclcsiastcs 12 "lo remember thy Creator in the days of Ihy youth" as his topic. Tjapko Detmers and Brycc Vecnland made a presentation to Mr. Peters on behalf of the young people. They expressed Ihc-ir appre- ciation lo Cookshaw of Clarraholm for the. loan of two electric guitars and an ampli- fier. Mr. and Mrs. Dace Cal- rtenvood were thanked lor help- ing throughout the year and for Iho use of their house. An offering was taken for the Tiihlc Society. The service was followed by I lunch and a social hour. Special Purchas kin 4-in M LADIES' ELGIN "COLORAMA" the watch for all times. Petite round gold coloured case with dainty facetted crystal. Sophisticated styling in yellow gold filled mesh band lor special occasions with interchangeabla attractive Corfam straps in sleek black, holly red and periwinkle blue for a complete walch wardrobe. 17-jewel Elgin, specially priced for Mother's Day gift giving. A truly outstanding timepiece in beauty and value. 49.95 Theperfect Mothers! les ROYAL VALE ENGLISH BONE CHINA cup and saucers a wonderlul gill lor 1liir> or any occasion. In assorted styles ,-nd designs. A wonderful way to remember Mother's Day- SPELL OUT YOUR AFFECTION on Mother's Day with a dolicately crafted "Mom" charm. (A) "Mom" charm In Steihnj Silver 3.25 10 M. Gold (B) Heart-shaped "Mom" charm in sterling Silver 4.00 10 kt Gold LET MOTHER KNOW YOU LOVE HER Ihi- riiamcmd-sct "heart and anow" pendant in 11 U. while or yellow .nild 14 W. Gold chfin. A most epproprialc gift MOTHER'S FAMILY PING custom- made while you wail in time, fcr Mother's Day! Holds 3 to 8 lo mark birthdays ol children or giand- children.10 W. Yellow Gold. Mount Each birlhstons ftj V NO MONEY DOWN! CENTRE VILLAGE MALL 2nd Avenue and 13th Street North Open Daily 9 n.m. t. 6 p.m. Thursday end Friday 9 a.m. t. 9 p.m.