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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Thimcfay, May 17, 1973 THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD 3 Ttvo ballets coming up Two hour-long ballets, Pepper and the Magic Buckles and Pineapple Poll, are in re- hearsal now at the Jolliffe Academy of Dancing, Lethbridge. They form a program to be staged June 4 and 5 at the Yates Memorial Centre. Nola Dahl, 13, of Magrafh takes the lead role in Pepper and Carol Jolliffe, 15, will dance the role of Pineapple Poll. En- joying rehearsals are district dancers, standing, Victoria Butterfield, 8, of M o n a r e h, Laurinda Perry, 7, of Coaldale and Miss Dahl; and seated Diane Sheen, 10, of Taber, Alisa Csabay 7, of Readymade and Gerry Tomiyama, 8, of Coaldale. I WOMEN I OF THE I I DISTRICT 1 THE CANADIAN MAD 11 exciting models to choose from All units sleep minimum of 6 people All units fuily C.S.A. approved........... Enquire about our exclusive 'SCAMPERLOCK' "Get up and go in your Mrs. Hulit to attend WI parley COUTTS (HNS) The re- cent meeting of the HiUsview Women's Institute was held at the home of Mrs. Ross Taylor of Aden with 12 members pres- ent. Mrs. Robert Hulit volunteer- ed to be a delegate to the pro- vincial convention to be held at Banff. Mrs. Norman Archibald, fair convener reported on what to expect for the district confer- ence fair. Miss Tatem and Jim Archibald are to be among the judges selected. Miss Tatem, district home economisl, is to be asked to teach a stretch and sew class for the fall. Mouse seed will be purchased to control mice in the hall. The program books were judged and Mrs. Fred Danger- field won. Guests included Mrs. Helen Lippa, Mrs. Newhouse, Mrs. Judy Wareburg and Mrs. Lil- lian Dobbie, all of Pincher Creek. SCAMPER CAMPER 4 Deluxe Models to Choose from We get it together here at UNITED MOTORS CO. LTD, Corner 3rd Ave. and 3rd St. S. Phone 327-280S "SERVING SOUTHERN ALBERTA FOR OVER A QUARTER OF A CENTURY" Invincible Canucks win again COALDALE (HNS) The Canucks are once again pee wee hockey champions for the south county area of Leth- bridge County 26. This is the third consecutive year the team has taken the Brian Ens Memorial trophy. Frank Traber is the coach. An ice hockey tournament at the Henderson Ice Arena at Lethbridge was the scene of tihe third victory. A floor hockey tournament held earlier in the season was also won by the Canucks. Points from both tournaments were tabulated to decide the winners. If the ice arena at the Sportsplex is completed next fall more ice hockey will be played. More district pages 12, 13 Crowsnest Pass News Catholic women thanked BLAIRMORE (CNP Bu- reau) Mrs. Anna Fabro, campaign chairman for the recent canvass for funds for the Bed Cross, has informed the Blairmore Catholic Wo- men's League a total of was collected. She thanked the CWL-for conducting the canvass. The quota was The treasurer reported was realized from the recent bake sale in aid of the De- velopment and Peace pro- gram. Plans were .discussed for the annual fall bazaar to be held in November. Only two left in contest RCMP holds open house BLAIRMORE (CNP Bur- eay) The local RCMP de- tachment is holding open house today. It ends at 4 p.m. A member of the force wiU answer questions on RCMP work and the RCMP Centen- nial. Police equipment will be explained. Rev. Bob Smith resigns BLAIRMORE (CNP Bu- reau) Rev. Bob Smith, minister of the Crowsnest Pass United churches, has resigned to become social ac- tion chaplin for the Calgary presbytery. His responsibilities will be in the area of counselling al- coholics for rehabilitation. May Queen prom scl for Friday FORT MACLEOD (Special) The May Queen prom at the F. P. Walsh- High School is scheduled for Friday. Nine girls are vying for queen, princess and junior prin- cess titles. They are judged on person- ality, group involvement anc academic standing. The queen will speak at the graduation ceremony to be held in August. SENCOR Herbicide Really gets tough weeds: Barnyardgrass Fall panicum Foxtail Lambsquarter Lady's thumb Pigweed SENCOR will also provide some control of couchgrass (quackgrass) and yellow nutsedge. When other herbicides let grass or broadleaf weeds through, or when infestation is extra heavy, call on SENCOR. Apply it... Pre-emerge Early post-emerge (except on early red-skinned varieties) Both ways No pre-mixing Moderate agitation Doesn't stain skin Doesn't stain clothing When you need 'Good Stuff for tough weed conditions, order SENCOR from your supplier. RESPONSEabilitr to you and nature. Chemagro Limited 77 City Centre Drive Mississaugua, Ontario Mr. Smith will also assume some responsibility in the Spy Hill Correctional Institu- tion. His appointment is effec- tive July l. Mr. Smith came to Blair- more in July, 1970. and during his three years here he has been very active in the Family Life Centre in the field of alcoholism. Mrs. Smith has been a teacher in the Jsabelle Sellon School at Blairmore. They have two children, Lynn, 9. and Lee. 2. They will take up residence at Calgary in July. Miss Wendy Jesperson, left, and Miss Tammy Hall, centre, will compete for the title Taber Rodeo Queen at Taber this weekend. Miss Debbie Jensen, right, has dropped out. Miss Jesperson is sponsored by the Taber Roping Club and Miss Hall is backed by the St. Mary's High School. Miss Jensen received initial support from the W. R. Myers High School Students Union. Dr. Steed to address o-raduands STIRLING (HNS) The publ'c is invited to the pro- gram for the high school gra- duation Friday at 8 p.m. Dr. David Steed will speak. Prior to this a banquet will be held for the graduates and their guests. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vemon Decoux, Resident Rep., Blairmore Phone 562-2149 The Letkbridcje Herald m Correspondent in Your Area CLARESHOLM PAUL ANDERSEN 235 3581 jj COALDALE f MRS. PETER TYMBURSKI 345-3921 COUTTS I MRS. HENRY HACKE...............344-3782 5 CRAN BROOK, B.C. f NANCY MILES 426-3232 DEL BONITA G. E. DALTON 653-2181 i Contact these people for your District News g or Classified Advertising 324 13th STREET NORTH NORTH LETHBRIDGI "YOUR PRO STORE FOR HARD-TO-FIND HARDWARE" PHONE 328-4441 POINTS THE WAY TO GREAT SAVINGS ON THESE TIMELY PRICED ITEMS DOUBLE HiBACHI Priced right, and just in time for warm- weather eookouts. 17" x 10" x SPRING SPECIAL PLASTiC LAWN EDGING 20' x 35's" high. Easily installed plastic bar- rier that prevents grass from growing into flower beds, driveways and hedges. ROLL FLAMINGOES life size pair of graceful flamingoes for lawn or patio. High density plastic, with metal legs.................... 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