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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Car wash Monday PINCHER CREEK (Special) j rink and the Memorial Com- Opportunities for Youth is munity Centre Arena money raised will be used sponsoring a car wash Monday, May 28, between the curling for purchasing volleyballs and basketballs. Early childhood services meetings set for May 30, 31 TABER (HNS) publi school division here has sched uled two meetings to discus: the new early childhood ser vices program. Meetings will' be held at p.m. Wednesday, May 30, at therta Association of Register- ed Nurses comprises Mrs. Jes- sie Hardy, president, (replac- ing retiring president Mrs. Di- ane Mrs. Shirley Foney, vice president (replac- ng Mrs. Carol Mrs. rie Watson, secretary; and ilrs. Alive Cook, treasurer. Mrs. Jean Bowersock con- inues as chairman of the pro- gram committee. She will be assisted by Lenore Drevenak and Alice Cook. The phone committee will comprise Mrs. M. Harry and Mane Peterson. Mrs. Vera Gingras remains as historian and public rela- ions officer. Mrs. Phyllis Hodgson agreed jo continue as chairman of the lood donor clinic. Diane Peterson and Vera ringras reported on the Con- tention held recently at the Calgary Inn. Activities of the past year were reviewed and plans were made to start a pre-natal clinic at Pincher Creek, pending pro- gram approval. A pot-luck get-together will held at p.m. June 21 at the home of Alice Cook. Scouting CA. vsteekes The ClareshoJm Band and a group of several skydive's will provide the entertain- ment far the Fourth Annual Porcupine Hills Cub and Scout Barbecue which will be held at the Willow Creek Pro- vincial Park west of Stavely on June 9. The baud, under the di- rection of Art Dee, the tal- ented conductor from Cal- gary, has gained wide rec- ognition for its musical ca- pabilities and can be depend- ed upon to put on a good show. In the sylvan setting of the park, it should provide young and old alike an afternoon and evening to fondly re- member. The Skydivers, led by Glen Black of Stavely, are expeci- ed to drop in for supper dur- ing the course of the barbe- cue providing weather con- ditions are safe for this type of evsnt. Even in this age, most peo- ple feel their pulse quicken when they see men jumping from an aircraft and floating down on a seemingly flimsy parachute. As announced earlier, the barbecue is open to everyone who enjoys beef on a bun and aarbecued beams with coffee, :ea, or soft drinks. The price is a modest per person (preschoolers and it is being served or an all-you-can-eat basis which represents a real bar- The meal will be served from 5 p.m. on until all have been served. Tickets may be obtained from any Cub, Scout, Ven- turer, or leader in Clares- holm, Stavely, Granum, or Fort Macleod or may be pur- chased on June 9 at the park. The event is definitely on as arrangements have been made to move the whole af- fair to the spacious Stave'y arena in the event of unsuit- able weather. This event is staged by the Pwcupine Hills Dis- trict Council of tho Boy Scouts of Canada with the sim of raising funds to help defray some of the expense of providing and Scouting for ths boys of the area. Unlike some other fund- raising projects, barbecue supporters will get their mon- ey's worth of food and fun as well as assisting in providing valuable training for our boys and youths. Your presence and support will be much oppreciated. Good hunting all! Croivsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vemon Decoux, Resident Rep., Blairmore Phone 562-2149 -_ Saturday, May 26, 1973 THE LETHMIDGI HERAID 3 Knights meet Sunday BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) St. Joseph the Worker Coun- cil, Knights of Columbus, will meet in the Bellevue Parish Hall Sunday at 8 p.m. Ernie Fantin says plans are now complete for Kamp Co- lumbus. Application forms for those wishing to attend are now available. The camp fee this summer has been set at for the first member of a family and for each additional member. BURNING ENDS FORT MACLEOD (Special) Effective J u n e 1 there will ae no burning of garbage in Fort Macleod. The town will supply householders with a sup- ply of garbage bags. Two burned when torch explodes FORT MACLEOD (Special) propane branding torch recently exploded on the ranch of Dave Claypool. Injured in the blast were Mr. Claypool and a neighbor, John Hester. Both were taken to the Mac- leod Municipal Hospital. Mr. Claypool has been re- leased but Mr. Hester has more extensive burns to his face and lands. Doug Claypool and Gordy Jester were knocked to the jround but not injured. The wilding was saved. REPORT your r ifi i to.... I The Lethbridge Herald 1 H M Correspondent in Your Area 1 PICTURE BUTTE I I S. P. JOHNSON 732-4449 1 PINCHER CREEK I MRS. ED LUNN 627-3257 RAYMOND 1 1 MRS. DELIA WOOIF 752-3054 I MASINASIN MRS. FRED MUEUER 647-2463 m I SHAUGHNESSY j MRS. ALICE E. WADE................... 327-9661 B I SPRING COULEE I MRS. RON HANSEN 758-6662 S I STAVELY 1 I MRS. VIOLET CLANCY..............228-3920 i Contact these people for your District News 1 or Classified Advertising M Cookies Undo and Maureen Gar- her of Etzikom are tops in the culinary art of unbak- ed cookies. Members of the Hoping Nimble Needles 4- H Club, they display their trophy. They won it by making cookies, the best cookies in the southern Al- berta team demonstration event. They won the cup at the lethbridge rally, com- peting with other clubs from south Alberta. Sun- shine, Lollypops and Rain- bows Everywhere was the theme of the recent 13th annual Hoping Nimble 4- H achievement night in the Hoping Community Centre. Linda and Maureen are spreading sunshine with their imiles of victory. Stop our biggest weed problem. Wild oats cost western Canada million last year in damage to yields, in dockage and in cleaning costs. Use now and clean up your own grain in the field. It works. Come in and find out Carbyne. Oupyne... the wild oat fighter. Available now at OLIVER INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY LTD. 236.36th St. North lethbridge Ph. 327-1571 803-46th Ave. S.E. Calgaiy Phone 343-5551 OR THE "OLIVER DEALER" NEAREST YOU EACH i SIZE I Blackwall ;r s PTTHEPSIZES -i WHITEWALL AT COMPARABLE PRICES. Laredo Is best known as "the original rain tire" because of its performance on wet pavement, and dry! nylon construction 7-rib, deep traction-slotted tread traction cuts minimize aquaplaning Recessed whitewall or blackwall A sA-1 xA v .yo I A Ai .A AsA< r XA Available at the following Uniroyal Tire Dealers: TIRE SALES LTD. LETHBRIDGE 1621 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-5985 TABER 6201 50th Ave. Phone 223-3441 FERNIE, B.C. Phone 423-7746 FORT MACLEOD BARTON MOTORS PICTURE sum LARSON'S TIRE SHOP HARRY'S TIRE SERVICE ALCAN SERVICE STATION ROY-AL SERVICE CENTRE 1313 MM DRIVE IBTHBRIDGE 1818 MM DRIVE LETHBRIDGE ;