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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta -Ttiunday, May 18, 1972 THE HERAID 31 Taber BAND PROGRESSES A. Mangold, conductor of the Crownest Consolidated High School Bcmd, right, reports the band Is beginning to shape up and has much promise of being a credit to the school and community. The band Is the first ever to be organized through the school syslem. The unit, once completely organized, will have a steady flow of musicians from the student body. A concert will be held in the future so that recognition can be given for what has been done. -Vern Decwx Photo Grey Cup comedy MILK RIVER The First Nighter Drama Company of Erie Rivers High School will present "The year Lethbridge won the Grey an original comedy in three acts, written and directed by Don E. Behrens at 8 p.m. May 27, 28 and 29 at the Erie Rivers High School, Milk River. 'Happiness is hand made' Calgary trip SPARWOOD (HNS) Grade 6 pupils of the Spanvood Ele- mentary School will travel to Calgary June 9 to visit the planetarium, aquarium, zoo and Heritage Park. FOREMOST (Special Twins Karen and Sharon Wal- ters of the Hoping Nimble Needles 4-H Clothing Club demonstrated the theme "hap- piness is hand made" with a the recent 12th annual achieve- ment night held the Hoping Community Hall. The 10-year-old twins are the winners and will represent the club in area competition at Lethbridge. A large crowd almost filled the hall as the 20 members showed their talents. A number ot them modelled i clothing they had made during I the ycnr, with commentary be- ing given by Wendy King and Theresa Garber. District home economist Yvonne Kennedy, assisted by Carol Sneddon ot Medicine Hat, judged this year's competition. They gave a critical analysis of all the projects they had ex- amined and made recommen- dalions to the girls for improv- workmanship, referring to the improvement that had been noted over the year. Debbie Lee was adjudged efficiency winner, with Sherry Black second and Melody Muel- ler third. Sherry Black was considered the best model. The best second year project book award was won by Mel- ody Mueller. She received a silver tray donated by the Royal Bank of Canada. Sherry Black won for the best overall project books. Sewing winner was Debbie Lee. The senior public speaking contest was a tie between Sherry Black and Melody Mueller. The senior girls demonstra- tion winner was Miss Black and junior public speaking win- ner Karen Walters. Seven girls were presented with 100 per cent attendance pins by Yvonne Kennedy. They Miss Karpuik slioivcred with giits ihead Herbst, Rita Kana, Wendy King and Colleen Johnson. Gifts were presented to lead- ers Mrs. Russell Scratch Mrs. Norman Kana and Mrs. Herb- ert Garber by members of the club. A camp report was given by Sherry Black on last sum- mer's camp at the J. 0. Guest Ranch at Pincher Creek. A tour report on a recent trip to Lethbridge was given by Bernice Gaetz. Club members visited a flour milling opera- tion and a radio and TV station in the city. The 10-year-old group entertained with a rendi- tion of Raindrops Keep Fallin1 on my Head. Garnett offered the toast to the parents and Brenda Carrels the vote of thanks to the leaders. The pledge was led by Maureen Garber. TABER (HNS) The near half-million dollars involved in building permits issued here in April brought the four month total on construction starts to Involved in the 18 April per- mits, totalling is a de- partment store on 48th Ave., (Parker Leasing and for a six-room addi- tion to St. Patrick's Elementary Separate School, (Earl and Crane for 555; a six-plex apartment build- ing, (Hans for and eight single resi- dences totalling Alterations to the old Bank of Montreal building at 48th Ave. and 53rd St. to accommodate Casper Meyer's family restaur- ant were covered by a permit; and warehousing at the north end of 50th St. by L and LHoldings and Equipment Ltd. drew a permit in the amount of Also In the commercial field were a Neon sign installation for McDonalds garage for and an extention to Leavitt's Plumbing and Heat- ing on 50lh Ave. for Building renovations, gar- ages and carports made up Uie balance of the permits. NEW DAYTON Sharon Karpuik, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Karpuik of N e w Dayton, whose marriage to Brian Oliver, son of Mr. and Mrs. Golden Oliver of Leth- bridgc, takes place at St. Basil's Roman Catholic Church, Lethbridge was honored at sev- eral showers. Mrs. Dave Graham of Letb- bridge entertained eight women at a coffee party. The mothers of the bride and groom wers special guests. Enroll five COUTTS (HNS) At a re- cent Girl Guide meeting five girls were enrolled. They are: Pamela Hacke, S h a r 1 e n e Peterson, Debbie Toni Tollestrop and Gil- lian Mills. Women attended a shower at the home of Mrs. Gerry Court with Mrs. Dale Court as co- hostess. Assisting to open her gifts were Shirley Karpuik, Lynda Oliver, and Sharon Dau- natt. A bridal shower was held in the DaytNi Stadium with GO women attending. To form a backdrop, her name was spell- ed out in gold. Mrs. Victor Kaupp was the master of ceremonies and pre- sented Miss Karpuik with a cor- sage from her hoys as a thanks token for baby sitting. Special guests included tha groom's mother, M r s. Golden Oliver and his sister, Lynda Oliver of Lethbridge and tha bride's mother, Mrs. Alex Kar- puik and sisters, Shirley, Ar- lene and Janice. j A lunch was served by tha I hostesses, Mrs. Victor Kaupp, I Mrs. Diana Kaupp, Mrs. Mariel I Selk, Mrs. Howard Kaupp, Mrs. Leland Cahoon, Mrs. Bob Dun- can, Mrs. Joseph Schoen and I Mrs. Hal Cronkhite. Give your home Moore quality ft Painting your home is a reflection of your good taste. At the Benjamin Moore sign you'll find a friendly dealer ready to help and tell you about Moore Paints... over 1500 dramatic colors easy application.. .long-lasting exterior finishes.f 9 See your Benjamin Moore Paint Dealer and get Moore for your money. Benjamin Moore PAINTS ing their work. They paid tri- j were Theresa Garber, Sherry I bute to the high standard of 1 Black. Debbie Lee, Patricia To all Employers and Employees, Trade Union Representatives and all organizations interested in the welfare of the workers of Alberta. THE BOARD OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS WILL HOLD PUBLIC HEARINGS ON THE FOLLOWING MATTERS 1. Minimum Wage Orders 2. Hours of Work Orders 3. Vacations with Pay Orders 4. General Holidays Orders 5. Conditions of Employment DATES AND PLACES OF HEARINGS June 19 and 20, 1972 a.m. to noon p.m. to p.m. June 21, 1972 a.m. to noon p.m. to p.m. June 22, 1972 a.m. to noon June 22, 1972 p.m. to p.m. June 23, 1972 a.m. to noon CJub Room Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium Edmonton, Alberta Assembly Room Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium Calgary, Alberta Basement Board Room Provincial Administration Building 3rd Avenue and 9th Street N. Lethbridge, Alberta Board Room, Room 116 Provincial Administration Building 770 6th Street S.W. Medicine Hat, Alberta Basement Board Room Provincial Administration Building 9905 100th Street Grande Prairie, Alberta Persons and organizations wishing to make submissions to the Board of Industrial Relations are requested, where possible, to file not later than June 15, 1972, eight (8) copies of the written brief with the Secretary Board of Industrial Relations Room 1001 10808 99 Avenue Edmonton, Alberta T5K OG2 The Board will welcome additional submissions written or verbal, respect- ing the above matters at the hearings. R. B. d'ESTERRE, Chairman, Board of Industrial Relations, GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA SIMPSONS-SEARS Convenience food is made even more convenient, with a Coldspot You freeze the instant suppers, home-made breads and party fixings you make, therefore they're always within easy reach. Right at your fingertips! 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