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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta -_ Tuesday, May 29, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGI HERAiD 3 iu Pen pals Mrs. Kay Broadley's Grade 3 and 4 pupils cf the Standoff Elementary School hosted pupils from the Fleetwood B a w d e n School, Lethbria'ge, recent- ly. Children of both schools enjoyed six months of "pen pal" correspondence, pic- ture and booklet ex- changes. They enjoyed visiting each others' schools. Back row, from left, Franklin Crow Chief, Gerome Tall Man, Ronnie Bruised Head, Owen Good Rider, Dexter Gambler, Gilbert Spear Chief, Bern- ard Tall Man; and front row, Trudy Panther Bone, Betty Morning Bird, Lorrie Day Chief, Shirley Eagle Speaker, Gloria Spear Chief and Tina Good Rid- er. Absent, Danny Good Rider and Tyrone Good Rider. Right Yvonne Wells and Gary Firth study grave markers of North West Mounted Police mem- bers and interpreter Jerry Potts. The two pupils are members of Mrs. Lola Major's Fleetwocd-Bawden School social studies classes. Inspecting early NWMP uniform Clifford Rickard, Cclin Mackenzie, Robert Marshall and Leslie Tanne inspect an early North West Mounted Police uniform during their recent visit to the Fort Museum at Fort Macleod. Kevin Mah is in the background. Photo below.- Mrs. Lola Major, social studies teacher at the Fleetwood-Bawden School, looks over a Red River cart with pupils Sandy Meiritzer and Debbie Kaszas After visiting the Fort Museum the children travelled by school 'buses to Standoff to visit their pen pals of the Blood reserve. They toured Kainai Industries, Kainai Sports Centre, housing area, kindergarten, new school, and the White Calf Hall. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Decoux, Resident Rep., Bloirmsre Phone 562-2149 The LetJibtidge Herald Correspondent in Your Area STIRLING MRS. F. B. ZAUGG 756-3324 TAEER ROSS GIBB 223-2252 TURIN MRS. PAUL JUHAR 738-4394 TYRELL'S LAKE MRS. HOWARD HAMLING 642-2263 VAUXHALL MRS. R. W. POWERS 654 2369 PEARL LIEBELT 642-3610 fa a .V.OLLY LATKA.................... 425-6617 U Plenty to Carolyn Blenner-Hassett, Terra Brinley, Yvonne Wells end Mrs. Robert Bartlett show interested expres- sions as they tour the Fort Museum. Mrs. Bartlett, of 948 13th St. S., Lethbridoe, aided teachers from Bawden-Fleefwood School on the tour. They enjoyed a wiener roast at Water- ton River. JEAN SWIHART piwtos the wild oat fighter. now ctt OLIVER. INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY LTD. 236 St. Nori'i Lefhbridge Ph. 327-1571 803-46th Avc. S.E. Calgary Phono 243-555] OR THE "OLIVER DEALER" NEAREST YOU if you can wai 2 days Heist the big ones! Get bargains galore from an inventory of millions of Experience in living, beyond the classroom Contact these people for your District News or C, ossified Advertising I FORT MACLEOD "The trip was "We climbed trees and a "I learned a lot." Social studies instruction is not what it used to be as 70 ex- cited Grade 3 pupils of Stand- off and Lcthbridgc will readily attest. Following six months of "pen- cil pal" correspondence and study of historical and modern Blood Indian life, Mrs. Lola Major's two social studies classes from FtecUvood-Baw- den School made their long- awaited bus trip to the reserve via the Fort Macleod Museum. Their hosts for the occasion were Mrs. Kay Broadley's 24 Grade 3 pupils from the Stand- off Elementary School. Highlights of tiie tour includ- ed visiting the museum, meet- ing their seeing a display of Indian handicrafts, (brought to school by the chil- dren and Mrs. ManyTingcr.s, a wlio explained each article) and watching naiivc women make intricately bead- ed moccasins. All the kids agreed, "It sure was a big ;