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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Thuridov, May 21, 1970 TH( LETHMIDGE HERALD 3 COALDALE The Baron Eureka Health Unit is sponso ing the following infant and pr school clinic: PICTURE May 20, in the Library Buili ing (South door) from 10 a.n to 12 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. TABER- Tuesday, May 2 in the Health Unit Office the Administration Buildin; from 10 a.m. to 12 noon an to 4 p.m. NOBLEFORD Wednesda May 27, in the School froi to p.m. Wednesda; May 2V, in the L. B. Thomso School from 10 a.m. to 12 noo and 1 to 3 p.m. Ma 28, in the Health Unit Offic (upstairs in the Town Offic Building) from 10 a.m. to 1 noon and to 4 p.m. May 28 in the Health Unit Office ir the Administration Building from 10 a.m. to 12 noon an 1.30 to 4 p.m. Fluoride tablets available all clinics free of charge on doctof's or dentist's prescrip- Hon. Clothing For Needy CQUTTS (HNS) CoutL United Church Women met in the Church Hall with Mrs. Daw son and Mrs. Harvie as hostess es. The 14 members and 13 vis itors were welcomed fay tin President Mrs. E. Selk. The committee for Supply and Social Assistance, reporter that several boxes of clothing and a quilt is ready to send ti the Unitarian Service. Anyone having good used clothing were aksed to turn them in as soon as possible to Mrs. Coover. After a short business meet Judy Dickie presented delightful musical program with the assistance of Mrs Louise Flexhaug and Mrs. Eve- lyn Long. Directed by Miss Dickie seven junior High School girls Darlene Jaffary, Lori Minor Marilyi. Karsten, Uldra Tolley Laurie Fulrang, Annette Bian- chi and Noreen Thielen, sang four numbers. Minister Plans Move FORT MACLEOD (Special) After serving the Fort Mac- leod Granum Charge of the United Church for the past sbt years, Rev. W. E. Julian has resigned. He.has accepted a call to the Vulcan United Church. His resig- nation becomes effective June 30. Tlie pastoral charge has elect- ed a Pastoral Relations com- mittee who will be responsible for calling a new minister. During the six years Mr. and Mrs. Julian have been here they have been active not only in the churches but also in the community. NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS MILK RIVER WELDING PORTABLE WELDER REG BARROWS, Prep. Phone 647-3972 Cardston Fair Date August 13 CARDSTON (HNS) The date for the annual Cardslon and District fair has been set for Wednesday, Aug. 13. A great deal of interest was shown in the fair last year. Committees -are now busy pre- paring prize lists with a few changes and improvements from last year's fair. Fred Rice is the chairman of the 1970 fair1 with Del Steed as assistant. Mrs. Chuck Crab- tree is the secretary. The direc- tors of the various sections are as Mrs. George Cahoon; cattle, Fred Rice, as- sisted by Rod Mackenzie; sheep, Keith Quintan; junior pets, Reega Gregson; home beauti- fication, Mrs. Don Merrill; grains, grasses and hay, Mrs. Alberta Kienholz; flowers and plants, Mrs. Bob Shaw; fruits and garden, Mrs. Norman Hull; home cooking, Mrs. Hector Baines; sewing, needlework, Mrs. Bill Reeder; arts and handicrafts, Mrs. Reega Greg- son, school work, Mrs. Morris Shields; machinery display, Der- rel Tom Cardwell is in charge of the building. The fair will be held in the Charlie Cheesman Ice Centre and is sponsored by the Card- ston Agricultural Society. Officers Installed GRANUM (HNS) -District deputy Helen Erdman officiat- ed at the installation of the officers of the O.O.R.P. Granum Lodge No. 24. She was assisted >y the Elks Patrol Team. Oifficers installed" were: Im- mediate Past Honored Royal Lady, Bernice Kangas; H.R.L., Stella Ferret; Associate Royal ,ady, Jean Clark; Loyal Lady, lerle Gassner; Lecturing Lady, jinda Calderwood; secretary, royce. Johnson; treasurer, Anna- jelle Travis; three year trustee, 'ranees Wesley; historian, ona Bergen; Chaplain, Laura 'ratte; conductress, Emma Ha any; Inner Guard, Shirley lenny; Outer Guard, Betty Irdman; pianist, Darlene Kunz. The District Deputy presented .P.H.K.L. Bernice Kangas vith a bar added to her jewel and also presented secretary, oyce Johnson, with an ame- ryst added to er jewel. Guests included P.D.D.G.E.H. :arold Erdman members of the !lks and their wives and hus- bands of the O.O.R.P. Members. Payne Photo PIERS ERECTED FOR NEW QtDMAN RIVER BRIDGE Complete First Stage Of New Bridge FORT MACLEOD (HNS) The first stage of work on the new bridge over Hie Oldman River, two miles north of Fort Macleod, will end next week with completion of the abut- ment on the south bank of the river. Dept. of highways bridge foreman, Len Frayn, and his two crews commenced work there Jan. 26 and have erected three piers across the river. Tenders have gone out for completion of the prestressed girder bridge. The girders will be built in Edmonton and ship- ped down by truck. Total length of the bridge will be 440 feet with 41 feet of roadway, and it is expected to have traffic moving across by October. Wreiitliam Guides, Brownies Honor Mothers At Banquet Plans Made Institute COUTTS (HNS) Mrs. Fred angerfield was hostess to the illsview Women's Institute. One month subscription to "he Lethbridge Herald for the order Counties Hospital will fi paid for by the Club. The Warner Constituency, Dis- ict 4, conference of the Wom- ns Institute will be held in arner, June 10. Mrs. A. Waters is to be the convener- for the conference. A Father's Day, barbecue ill be held at Mrs. L. Biffing- ey home June 21 at 4 p.m. ith pot luck lunch. Mrs. Earl Thompson of Whit- sh, Montana, was guest >eaker and gave a demonstra- on on the proper method of res sing. She stressed that essing in sewing is most im- tant. Press, as you sew for tter fit and hang of garment, ving a more professional look. re explained the necessary ecds for good pressing. WRENTHAM Mother and Daughter" banquet, sponsored by the Girl Guides and Brownie organizations, was held in the school auditorium Guests included their mothers and grandmothers; those who assisted the girls with caro ;inging at Christmas time those who assisted with handi- crafts; Cub leaders; as well as special guests from the guiding Frank Ward Lethbridge, commissioner of the Chinook area; and Mrs. Byron Rutt, Coaldale, camp advisor for the Lethbridge area. Mrs. John Linitski, presidenl of the local organization, acted as chairman and called on the Guides and Brownies to sing the grace preceding the serv- ing of the banquet. A welcome was extended to the guests by Mrs. Helen Jones, leader of the Guide Company who is also the commissioner for the Sunshine District. She gave recognition of the 60th anniversary of guid- ing which also provided the tlseme for the table decorations. Mrs. Jones expressed' regret at the loss of two of the local lead- ers in that Mrs. Linitski is leav- ing Wrentham and Mrs. John Finley, Brown Owl of the Brownie Pack will no longer be working with the brownies. She also expressed regret that Mrs. Ward will be leaving Leth- bridge in the fall to take up residence in Calgary. Her remarks concluded with recognition to one of the grand- mother's present who was cle- bratmg her birthday on that COUNTRY NEWS These Are TheLethbtufye Herald Correspondents In Your Area GRANUM MRS. ED. CESAR................. Gtntrol Dtlirtry GRASSY LAKE MRS. MARY TURNBULL c.n.rol Dtliv.ry HIUSPRING MRS. BERTHA WYNDER P.O. Bex 174 PICTURE BUTTE S. P. JOHNSON G.n. Dtl. RAYMOND MRS. DELIA WOOlf Dtl. Contact ptopll Iff your Diitrief Ntwi or Classified Advertising Cajicer Society Wins Donation ETZIKOM (HNS) The Et- zikom Community Club met at the home of Mrs. Laura Stfoms- moe with Mrs. (Gladys) Str'oms- moe hostess. A letter of thanks was read from the Cancer Society of Med- icine Hat in acknowledgement of the collected from the Etzikom area. An appeal from the Red Feather Shield was filed and the donation to be sent in December. A letter was read by Mrs. Mike Ond- rick from Lethbridge for grave marker prices, for the South Faith Union Cemetery. Mrs. Hazel Erdmann also read a let- ter from Mrs. Sanders of Mon- tana in regards to a donation towards the maintainance of the Faith Cemetery. The Club has undertaken the clean-up project for both the South and North Etzikom Cemeteries. day, Mrs. Victor Slingsby. Grandmothers present at the banquet were introduced by their grandaughters, one of whom came from as far away as Wetaskawin while others came from Lethbridge and sur- rounding districts. Mrs. Rutt gave a short talk on camping and challenges which it pre- sents. She said that she con- sidered camping as being the "icing" on the Girl Guider's "cake." Mrs1. Ward in her re- marks commented on the visit of Mrs. Clydesdale, National Commissioner, who visited Lethbridge a short time ago. She paid tribute to the leaders and the interest of the parents which she said was evident by the group that was present at the banquet. The present bridge, the old- est from here to the Alaska Highway, was completely re- built in 1937. The biggest f a c t o r in com- mencing the second phase, is how soon the beams can be laid across the piers. Cranes and trucks necessary for this operation, weigh over 80 tons each, and could not operate dur- ing the present high water level, but it is expected to have this work completed by the 1st of August. The new bridge is the first step towards construction of the proposed clover-leaf and interchange between Highways 2 and 3. Plans, which are al- ready on the drawing board, will necessitate the building of a second similar bridge, to take the other lane of traffic. The old bridge, which is 525 feet long, will be dismantled this fall. Skating Rink To Be Painted ETZIKOM (HNS) zikom Recreational Flaming Auto Complete Loss NATAL (HNS) A car burst into flames in a field one mile soulli of Joe Joss' trailer park in Elk Valley after failing to negotiate a .turn. Sparwood RCMP said the car lad gone through a fence, roll- ed several times, flipped on its roof and burned. The two oc- cupants were thrown clear. Taken to Michel Hospital were Gillies Charest, owner of Jie car, and Douglas Repka, local young men. Only nine days previously Repka sus- :ained injuries in another car accident in which three oUier young men were injured and he car demolished. The burned car was a com- pete loss and had been pur- chased only two weeks prior ,o the accident. School Budget To Be Unveiled TABER (HNS) Taber School Division's 1970 budget be unveiled at the regular meeting of the B o a r d of Trus- tees scheduled for Monday, May 25. Representatives of the Towns of Taber and Vauxhall, the Vil- lage of Grassy Lake, and the Municipal District of Taber have been invited to attend, along with local press repre- sentatives. A pleasant surprise is suggest- ed in the meeting notice, which advises that "the Board will be prepared to make a statement regarding the reduction in mill rate for this budget year." -The Et- meeting was held with several items under discussion. It was decided to paint the skating rink and dressing room as soon as weather permitted. A cheque was presented to the school in order to aid in the purchase of a leather tool set The association will also be sponsoring the Etzikom bantam ball team that was recently or- ganized. Practices will be held every Wednesday evening with Joe Sloppier and Clayton Robin- son as coach and manager. Family Honors Bieglers GHASSY LAKE (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Anton (Tony) Biegler of Taber, former residents ol Grassy Lake, reached their Golden anniversary March II. As it was impossible to have a family re-union on this date the celebrations were post- poned. Recently a family slipper for some 60 guests was hsld in the Moose Home in Taber. A wedding cake made by their daughter Mrs. Philip Gross and decorated by Mrs, Fern Knibb centered the head table. Bouquets of flowers presented to the honored couple; a wish- ing well and other decorations carried out tlie golden theme. Master of ceremonies, Frank Biegler read several telegrams of congratulations to the "bride and groom." Seven of their 10 children to- gether with their husbands and wives, Mr. and Mrs. Levi (Rose) Brooks of Calgary; Mr. and Mrs. Henry (Martha) of Bow Island, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Biegler of Cranford; Mrs. and Mrs. Scolty Biegler of Faulk- land, B.C.; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph (Kay) Koch of Edmonton; Mr. anu Mrs. Pliilip (Dorothy) Gross of Grassy Lake and Mr. and Mrs. Rod (Gladys) Mac- doiiald of Claresholm were able to attend the festivities. Un- able to be present were Mr. and Mrs. Albert (Violet) Thacker of.Vananda, B.C.; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Biegler of Alger- ia and Mr. and Mrs. Tony Biegler of Ladysmith, B.C. Also among the guests was the bestman of 50 years ago, Jacob Gross and Mrs. Gross of Grassy Lake; Mr. Biegler's sis- ters, Mrs. Caroline Oswald of Vancouver; Mrs. Katie Pavan; Fish Derhy Saturday TABER (HNS) More than 100 hopeful Isaac Waltons will jy their luck at Fincastle Lake Saturday in the annual Taber Kids Fish Derby. Parents are urged to bring heir youngsters, 15 years and under, to assist in transporting those without travel means. Taber Fish and Game Asso- ciation, accoridng to fish com- mittee chairman Boyd Nelson, rill provide lunch at about 6 i.m. Trophies and prizes will hen be presented in a number of categories for both boys and girls, including largest fish, anallest fish, most fish, with ipecial awards for those hard- uck fishermen whose bait was not taken. The derby has been held here or more than 10 years, and many young people have been jitroduced_to the sport becom- ng ar'dent fishermen. j Mrs. Lizzie Pavan and a sislcr- in-law, Mrs. Ella Faillcr all of LeUibridge. Guests included several grandchildren, one of the great-grandchildren, neph- ews and nieces. Following a supper a daiico was held, attended by many friends and relatives. A mock wedding staged by members of the family added to the mcr- rlomcnl of the evening. MR. AND MRS. ANTON BIEGLER OF TABER 200 Homes May Be Built In Sparwood, Feriiie Area NATAL (HNS) Provided financing can be arranged, up to 200 homes may be built in Sparwood and Fertile this sum- mer by Dawson Construction, according to Kaiser Resources spokesmen Gene Clemmer and Gerry Kelly. Three Yolks Is No Joke NATAL, B.C. (HNS) A :reak egg containing three yolks was recently reported to lave been found on his farm by John Volpatli of Elk Valley. Mr. Volpatti raises chickens f three yolks in an egg have f three yokes in an egg have >een found before. He also re- ported that he had found eggs with two yolks on numerous occasions which was not un- usual. Although the report was con- firmed that 100 homes are plan- ned for Sparwood, Mr. Clemmer and Mr. Kelly advised that the 100 homes are planned tenta- tively, with about the same number proposed for Fernie's Ridgemount subdivision. They stressed that the plans are not final and that financing has not been completed. Mr. Kelly said that they were still working on it and were hoping to have definite news soon. He said that Spar- wood and Fernie housing plans are in the same boat-from the financing viewpoint and neces- sary money is anticipated from Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation and other sources. BIG PARK G e o r g i a's Stone Mountain Memorial Park covers acres. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Verrion Decoux, Resident Phont 562-2149 BEFORE YOU BUY CHECK OUR EVERYDAY LOW PRICES A special invitation is extended to everyone in Sparwood and Fernie FOR FREE ESTIMATES CAU Hamilton's Floor Coverings LTD. 3rd AVE. S. PHONE JJ7-5454 Get a taste of the good times with Old Vienna Uvdy sip after sip. BREWED IN ALBERTA, BOHEMIAN MAID BREWING COMPANY ;