Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
__ Friday, May 25, 1973 THE LETHBRlDGE HERALD Honor valedictorian Miss Mary Ann Ondrus, valedictorian at the recent graduation of the Crowsnest Consolidated High School, a trophy in honor of the occasion from school trustee Mrs. Lorraine Aiello. 83 sraduands French program accepted BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) The recent questionnaire survey on the status of French in the school division has re- vealed that people in the 'Pass are in lavor of an earlier in- troduction of the study of a second language. The teachers of French, the school administrators and the superinteodant of schools will be working toward that end in an endeavor to get the pro- gram established by Septem- ber, 1974. Mrs. M. Smith, Grade 2 teacher at the Isabelle Sellon School, will move to Calgary where her husband, Rev. Bob Smith, has accepted a position. Miss Ann Kubic, Grade 6 teacher at the Isabelle Sellon School, who, after 33 years teaching, 37 years of which were spent in the 'Pass, will retire. The board approved on the superintendent's recommenda- tion a number of student ex- cursions and field trips. About 150 students and their teachers of the Coleman Central School will visit a Hutterite colony in late June. Two Grade 9 social studies classes from the Crowsnest Consolidated High School will travel to Fort Macleod to view the museum. They will be ac- companied by Mrs. H. Ann Spa- tuk and Mrs. Margaret Quail. The Grade 7 science students :rom the Isabelle Sellon school will travel to Calgary to visit the zoo as part of their biology study. Teacher Joris Kempers will accompany the classes. The outdoor education class of the Isabelle Sellon School, as part of its course, will make an overnight trip to Waterton Lakes. The students will be ac- companied by Joris Kempers, Dr. Russel Varnam, Harry Connolly and Miss E. James. The 130 Grade 5 students of the Isabelle Sellon School will travel to Calgary June 9 and 10 as part of the Glenbow spon- sored bus tours of various edu- cational highlights of Calgary including the planetarium. Park Lake picnic planned CARMANGAY (HNS) Members of the Priscilla Club plan to hold a community pic- nic at Park Lake on Farmer's Day, June 8. Everyone in Carmangay and district is welcome to attend. Bring along a picnic lunch for your family. Barbecue stoves are available to anyone wishing to use them and coffee will be supplied. Committees were set up for the annual senior citizens party which will be held in the school cafeteria July 18. There were 10 members pres- ent and two visitors for the May meeting held at the home of Gill Anderson. The June meeting will be held at the home of Alice Miller. Catholic women plan float NATAL (HNS) The Cath- olic Women's League of St. Mi- chael's Parish met recently in St. Michael's Hall at Sparwood with 18 members in atten- dance. Newly-elected president Mrs. Sophie Krall opened the meet- ing with the League prayer. Members were informed the group had .purchased additional utensils for the hall kitchen and a new commercial vacuum cleaner for the church. It was decided to hold the in- stallation of officers on the night of Saturday, June 2. Con- veners will be Mrs. C. Kowall, Mrs. H. Oliver, Mrs. C. Hrd- licka, Mrs. P. Letasy, Mrs. P. Chala and Mrs. J. Chala. The CWL float for the com- ing July 1 parade is progress- ing favorably. Past president Mrs. Mame Hrdlicka gave a re- port on the recent CWL conven- tion at Nelson, B.C. Taber rodeo queen Miss Wendy Jespersen, right, is crowned Taber Rodeo Queen for 1973 by retiring queen Miss Jeanne Schmidt. BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Eighty-three Crowsnest Con- solidated High School grad- uands heard a flurry of speech- es at the recent graduation banquet. Miss Mary Ann Ondrus was valedictorian. Horace Allen, former princi- pal, gave the students an in- spiring address. School principal Eric Price called on high school students union president John Muspratt. He spoke briefly. A toast to the school board by Patricia Pozzi was respond- ed to by her father, t r u s tee Veno Pozzi. Susan Spatuk proposed the toast to the teachers to which her mother Mrs. H. Anne Spa- tuk responded. Wayne Rosia replied to the toast to the students of Grade 12. proposed by Sherri Bennett, after which the toast to the par- ents, proposed by Sheryn Mc- Neil, responded to by her father Morden McNeil. The last will and testarnenl of the Grade 12 class was read by Linda Colwell and John Munro. The program, was intersper- sed w i t h vocal selections by Crwvsr.est Consolidated High School girls and a recitation by Margaret Saptea and Helen Rojek. The graduation prom con- cluded the event. Cardston parade set for May 26 CARDSTON (HNS) The Cardston and District Rodeo and parade is scheduled much earlier in the season than ever before. The rodeo is slated for May 25 and 26, and the parade will get under way at 11 a.m. on Saturday May 26. The Cardston Lions Club is sponsoring the parade: also a free pancake breakfast from 6 to 9 a.m. on Satin-day. A new route is outlined for the parade. It will assemble at the Lee Creek Educational Centre, go down 4th Ave. west to the Cen- tennial Square. It will proceed to 2nd St. W. turning north be- tween the temple and the school. It will continue to the Waterton Highway turning east at the hospital and proceed to Main St. The parade will dis- band at the Lion's Park. The RCMP will be special guests at the rodeo which will be held in the arena again this year. Catholic women hold tea ENCHANT (HNS) The Catholic Women's League held a tea recently in the hall kitch- en. A large turn-out was on hand and there was also a large bake sale. Several women came from Lomond and Sundial. The door prize was won by Mrs. Mildred Jones. 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