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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, November THE IETHBRIDOE HERAIO School principals sluirc lop honor BUIIIMOI1IO iCM'1 lie is an inspiration lo those Horace Allen was Honored in who would learn anrl In Ihose Banff recently when Ihe council who would leacher of on school administration of the young people, a leather of lea- Alberta Teachers' Association chers. named him "school principal of, "In (he elassroom .lohn has flic year." i been a powerful influence fcr Completing VI years' of con- good. Outside the classroom an tinuous teaching Mr. Allen re- athletic coach, counsellor, Sun- lircd in the spring of HJ71. school teacher and Tyrnburski Photo HONOR SCHOOL JANITOR-Mi. and Mrs. Theodore Thys of Coaldale receive n clock radio from stciff and pupils of St. Joseph's School, Cooldole. D'Arcy Foclcr offers the gift and shakes hands with Mr, Thys, janitor for Ihe past 12 years. rt__JL Cut Heating Bills THIS WINTER Do you Low inuuh it costs you for overy degree you heat your home over 70 decrees? how many degrees you should, turn down 1he Ihcr- niosiai; af; night'. 1'or the great- est fuel savings'.' gold, silver, "bronze, and lid paints i.-an substantially decrease a heating capacity? A timely article in November Header's Digest presents money-saving tips by heating experts that can save you money on your heating bill 1his matter type of heating system your home has. Get your November Reader's today. 'Si. Joseph's lias friend in janitor Theodore Tins By IMARY TYMBL'RSKI Herald News Service COALDALE "Mr. Thys. we honor you for your 12 years' service as janitor of St. Joseph's School." Theodore Thys in a program held to honor him on his recent retirement. Also present as special giiesli were Mrs. Thys and members of the family. Mr. Thys has been the Jani- tor since the school opened in the fall of A bouquet of flowers was pre- THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL from our sented lo Mrs. Thys by Michelle Van Ryu; a sweater to Mr. Thys from the staff, presented by Sister Yvonne McKinnon; and a clock radio, by D'Arcy I Foder on behalf of the stafl I and pupils both past and prrs- j ent. I Sister McKinnon: "The word? that have been spoken are not empty words but all that has been said is how we feel.'' Selections presented includ- ed: A song by Ihe Grade 5 class: a play The Black Knight and the Princess by the Grade 6 pupils: Grades 1 and 1 chil- dren recited Our Mr. Thys; The Robot, a play performed by the Grade 8 class depicted a mechanical janitor's abilities The Grade, 6 students sang TIT a Little Kindness. Grade 9 students acled Dog Stew. Super Janitor was staged by Grade 9 pupils. As a closing the school choir directed by S'ister Yvonne, sang Put Your Hand in the Hand. Jamaica Farewell and I Be- lieve. Several students accom- panied on the drums and gui- tars. In conclusion Sister Imclda Toomcy. principal, extended her appreciation and welcomed Mr. and Mrs. Thys to continue to be present at school func- tions. In he was named vice- munity leader he has carried principal of the Colcman High School, retaining this position until when he was appoint- ed principal. He held this post until when he was named firsl prin- cipal of the new million Crowsnest Consolidated High School built to serve the Crows- nest school division. The present elementary school in Colcman, formerly the high school, which was built in 1063, was named jfter Mr. Allen. The distinguished service i award was conferred ou Mr. Allen in recognition of his dedication and the force he has been on Ihe educational scene in southwestern Alberta. Because of difficulty in choos- ing between two equally dc- 1 serving principals, officials de- cided lo confer the honor upon co-winners John C. Charyk of llanna and Mr. Allen. j Mr. Charyk has been honored i in the past, by the members of Ihe Apollo crew who were the first to set fool on the moon, when they placed a plaque bear-; ing his name on the lunar nis influence into the daily lives HORACE ALLEN He has also been recognized by a nation-wide historical ciefv in the United S'latcs. for of students. Reaching JOHN CHARYK his publications The Little White Schoolhouse and its sequel Pulse of the Community. His citation reads: "The best men in any field of human endeavor are essentially beyond Hie high school as demonstration teacher, univer- sity lecturer, innovator (espec- ially in the techniques of math- ematics instruction and as an ATA consultant) John has brought his skill, knowledge and outlook on life to bear on the lives of his colleagues. i-le has reached into the larger community as an offi- cer of the RCAF. member of the Senate of the University of Calgary, and as an author of tw-o books depicting early edu- cation in rural Alberta. Through the diverse activi- ties in which he has engaged, John has kindled hopes, raised j aspirations, and opened doors to greater opportunities for many throughout Ihis province. The council on school ad- ministration of the Alber I Teachers' Association proudly presents the 1371 Distinguished Service Award as School Prin- cipal of the Year to John C. Charyk for his significant con- tributions to public education, to community life, and to lira history of education in Albcrla." teachers. John C. Charyk is a teacher by profession and teacher by virtue of having ex- i J the art of teaching, j {.jll I" illI celled Woolco's volume buying has made if possible for us to bring you these ex- ceptional prices and real carpet savings FLOOR SHOW With DouM? .lute Backing. Traffic Rated Heavy, 12 oijei led colors. Per sq. yd. Installed nntj T.ir-.Jtiy t n.m. to A p.m.; Wcdniucloy r. In 1 pin: Ilnii-.rlnv rmrj Irirlny am V f 7 10 6 p.m. Electric Blankets Beautiful blankets thaf will give you warmth as well os beauty. Several colors to choose from. In sizes of Single and Double beds, with single control. Also double bed size with dual control. Slight flows in material in no way burl Hin use of those blankols, 1 year guarantcr. Sinqle Size 13.95 Double size with single conho! 15.97 Double size with dual control 17.95 Open Monday and Tuesday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Wednesday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.; Thursday and Friday 9 n.m. to 9 p.m.; Saturday 9 o.m. fo 6 p.m. opens doors notices NAT.U IV Michel-Natal Curling Club invites anyone i wiio is at all interested in curl-, inc. from beginner tn experl. to conic nui mid tn- game. If one has curled before, the executive will help In place lhal, j person on a team, and if one is a beginner wishing lo curl, the club will hold instructional nighis before the season opens, and will place that person on a team when league curling begins, around Nov. fi. The Huh also wishes (hose persons who are interested and belong in cither nf the two categories to please phone Harvey Travis at 425-7785 or Bert, l.ync at 425-6368 for the men, anrl Mrs. Sally Travis at or Mrs. Vera Cimolini af for the women. When contacting the above per- sons, tliosc interested are ask- ed to feel free to enter as teams or individuals. Swimmers win awards TAPER (HXSi 'IVentyi Taber swimmers have received achievement awards from the Royal Life Saving Society as the results o! training test.--' taken here Broiw wt'ro won by Robert Tajiri. Michelle lliini- phries. Patti llaslam and Adele Honetle A bar lo I be Medal- lion wnpi (n Barry rainr I.Heerwnod. Pebra Stun- .--on. MirhaiM Howard, Adele Honolie and lieva Plait. Lovine Herman and Marilyn earned their Inter- mediate while Medallions were received by Moana Williams, Willi- am.s. Bernice Campbell. Bar- bara Millikeii. Mike Sakalch. Dave .Schnell, Ken and D'Arrv Pvne. Diagonal V Nn4 Open Monday and Tuesday o.m. to 6 p.m., Wednesday 9 a.m. to I p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. lo 9 p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.nr ;