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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta May JO, THI LETHMIDOI HERAU 3 1 WOMEN I OF THE I DISTRICT I Florence Gow installed by Deimuth MILK RIVER Officers of the Order of the Royal Purple lodge were installed recently. District deputy Pat Deimuth of Turin was the installing of- ficer. Isabella McCoy _ assisted. The following were installed: Florence Gow, honored royal lady; Karen Ostenburg, past honored royal lady; Lillian Szarko, associate royal lady; and Christine Thompson, Ada Oborn, Frances Mueller, Mary Beard, Dorothy Sasse, Ivy Riv- ers, Grace Cody, Bertha Blum- quist, Ester Spence, Ann Orosz, and Rowena Kuhl. Home, school sees need for bandmaster COALDALE (IMS) The Coaldale Home and School As- sociation is Interested to obtain a full-time band instructor for the four Coaldale schools. James Parks, chairman of the newly-formed band commit- tee and principal of R. I. Baker School, says a provincial grant is available if the community shows sufficient interest in band development. The grant is avaflable through the education opportu- nity fund of the department of education. The association has made a request to the County of Leth- bridge for a full-time band in- structor here. At present Clifford Harvey and Robert Findlay are giving band instruction at the R. I. Ba- ker School and Sister Yvonne McKinnon instructs at St. Jo- seph's. The Kate Andrews High School and John Davidson School are lacking instructors. Mr. Parks stated a grant, over a three-year period, could be available should the school and community qualify. Mrs. Armstrong heads Kinettes COALDALE (HNS) The Coaldale Kinette Club recently elected Mrs. Dave (Jean) Arm- strong president. Mrs. Verne (Trudy') Scheldt is vice-president; Mrs. Ed (Jean) Owen, secretary; and Mrs. Glen (Lorraine) Cale, treasurer. The Kinette-sponsored pedal pushers club is going full swing. Members of the police force and AMA are giving safety in- struction to the bicycle riders at school. Carmaiigay pupils travel to Calgary CARMANGAY (HNS) Mrs. Alice Knight and Walter Mc- Niven recently accompanied pu- pils from Grades 3, 4, 5 anc) 6 to Calgary to view the Plane- tarium. Life is what you make it Miss Judy Blakeley, 17, cf Lethbridge, provincial president of Canadian Girls in Training, says by develop- ing our talents, and using church and school to guide us, we can "brighten our lives.." Miss Judy Blakely colors her world CLARESHOLM (Special) "Color" was the theme of the recent CGIT mother and daughter banquet in the Uni- ted Church banquet room. Speaker Judy Blakeley, 17, of Lethbridge, provincial president of the CGIT, was introduced by Beverly de Va- lois. COLOR MY WORLD Speaking on the theme "Color My Miss Blakeley said, "There are many things that add color to our lives from day to day. Without them life would seem pretty routine and dull. "Every person uses differ- ent colors for their lives, de- pending on their interests. They include friends who let us be our own true self, our CGIT groups through their many activities with friends in our group, in the com- munity and in the world; our schools by developing our talents; and our church by guiding us. "We must find true and lasting colors to brighten our lives." SONGFEST Master of ceremonies was president Lorna Slovak. She assisted Tracey Thompson and Lori Weatherhead in a songfest and concluded Deb- bie Norby's valedictory with a solo. Tribute to the mothers was given by Shelley Bush and replied to by her mother, Mrs. Don Bush. The toast to the church was by Rhonda Smook, the reply by Mrs. R. Mayled. Gvven Webster gave the toast to the leaders, Cheryl Norby replying. Engraved spoons were pre- sented to leaders who are leaving: Mrs. M. Slovak, Mrs. L. Hoogeveen and Miss Bev- erly Merchant. ANTHEM Janet Christie led singing of the national anthem. Piano music for the eve- ning was played by Mary Ellen Goslin. Beverly de Valois led the worship service during which the graduating Explorers were welcomed by their lead- er, Mrs. L. Mortimer, and CGIT Superintendent Mrs. G. Goslin. Installed were department officers for next term: Presi- dent, Lynn Bush: vice-presi- dent, Mary Ellen Goslin; treasurer, Jacquie Nelsom; secretary, Jaynie Van Bus- kirk; social convener, Helen Roos; Gleam reporter, Bar- bara Whilhauk; and maple leaves of office were pre- sented by Mrs. Mayled. In a candle service of ded- ication, commitment and ser- vice, three CGIT members, Lorna Slovak, Debbie Norby, Beverly de Valois, and Mrs. L. Hoogeveen were honored by the department. Closing prayer was by Mrs. Goslin. 40-mile awards for four FOREMOST (Special) Municipal committee chairman Ken Babe recently presented long service awards to four em- ployees of the County of 40- Stop our biggest weed problem. Wild oats cost western Canada million last year in damage to yields, in dockage and in cleaning costs. Don't let it happen again. Use Carbyneiuand clean up your own gram in the field. Come in now of what growers are saying about Carbyne. It works for them. It'll work for you. Carbyne...the wild oat fighter. Available new at OLIVER INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY LTD. 236 36th Street North 803 46th Avenue S.E. LETHBRIDGE CALGARY Phone 327-1571 Phone 2435551 OR THE "OLIVER DEALER" NEAREST YOU Mile at a recent meeting of the council. Benny Gross received a 15- year pin and 20-year pins and watches were awarded to Charles Ayres, George J. Roth and Frank P. Heck. I raised by bake sale MILK RIVER About was raised by the recent Bor- der Counties Hospital Auxiliary tea and bake sale. The money will be used to buy equipment for the hospital. Norah Streight presided and 18 women attended the recent meeting. Baby gowns were cut and sewn by Beth Swanson, Mrs. Roller and Goldie Berg. Mrs. Irene Welsh demon- strated the art of making fa- vors for food trays. The next meeting will be held June 28. More district pages 13, 14 MHItlllllWIIIIIlllllMlllllilllllllllllllllllllimillUUllllllllllllltiltlUIHI Chamber chiefs elected at Coaldale COALDALE (HNS) Bill Holmes was recently named president of the Coaldale and District Chamber of Commerce. Others elected were F e r n i e Glass, vice-president; Mrs. Mel (Kathy) Epp, secretary; and Lawrie McCray, treasurer. Directors are Rudy Gettman, Peter G. Martens and Harry Hoyaae. Ito executive plans to t strong effort to have the chamber become an effective group for the betterment of the community. Officials stated they hope to see the membership and Inter- est' increase. Regular meetings will be scheduled. Mrs. Boras heads VIP ehib IRON SPRINGS (HNS) VIP meets regularly on a week- ly basis here. VIP stands for "vanishing inches and pounds." The organization has a mem- bership of 15 with Mrs. W. F. Boras as leader, Mrs. J. War- nock as co-leader; meets Wed- nesday evenings from uneil 8. The weigh-in Is followed by a discussion of individual weight problems and suitable menus. Wally Lamont addresses group COALDALE (HNS) Wally Lamont, psychologist with the Lethbridge branch of the Al- berta Mental Health Services, child guidance clinic, spoke at the recent meeting of the Coal- dale Home and School Associa- tion. He spoke about emotionally upset children. Mr. Lamont said "All children have emo- tional upsets sometimes." When these emotional upsets continue, then it is a more se- rious problem and must be dealt with. Allowing these problems to go into adulthood should be avoided. Healthy parent-child relation- ships are important. SMALL POLLUTERS TORONTO (CP) Aircraft contribute only one-tenth of one per cent of carbon monoxide pollution in Canada's air com- pared with a total of 82.9 per cent of carbon monoxide pro- duced by all forms of transpor- tation combined, a department of environment study shows. 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