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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Napi meets November 10 for slides P1NC1IER CREEK (Special) does being a Canadiai mean to you? Why do we con sidcr ourselves different fron our neighbors to the south? Oi to any other nationality in th3 world for that matter? The Napi Friendship Associ ation's Project ABC explores the meaning of "Citizenship" in an evening of color slides anc discussion. Peter Cresswell wit be screening scenes of Egypt, llong Kongi Italy, Britain, .Vew Zealand and Fiji, followed by a discussion on the meanhg of being a Canadian. This will be held in the Bro- cket Kindergarten basemont, on Tuesday, November 10 at 8 p.m. Coffee will be served. Ev- eryone is welcome to attend. More voters CRANBROOK Cranbrook municipal voters list following court of revision Nov. 2 stands at compared with the listing for 1969 of This includes ratepayers, res- ident electors and tenant-elec- tors. Mayor M. G. Klinkhamer is midway in his two year term, and terms of aldermen George Haras, Don Sherling and Mur- ray McF a r I a n e will expire. Terms of city school trustees Ronald Dale and Mrs. Florence Gilbert also expire. Monday, Novambar 1, 1970 THE IEIHBRIDCL IICRAID Short course offered RAYMOND (HNS) Inter- est is being shown in a project sponsored by the local ATA to bring a short course to Kay- mond in January, 1971. The subjects offered will be art and reading. The instructor will come to Raymond once a weelc from the University of Lelhbridge. Those taking the course will make the decision as to which course will be taught. It will be taught in the evening. Those wishing to have cred- its towards a degree may do so. Those not interested in a de- gree credit will pay Less fo their instructions. People interested in takin the course are advised to cot tact Mrs. Kim Tsuji or Mrs Jackie Lund at the school or a their home during eveninj hours. Miss Donna Triska feted COALDALE (HNS) A mis- cellaneous shower was held in honor of Miss Donna Triska of Calgary at the home of Mrs. Wayne Stewart. Assisting the hostess was Mrs. Barry Hunt of Lethbridge. About 20 women were present. Numerous gifts were present- ed to the bride-elect. Recording the gifts was Miss MAKES COVER S. C. (Bud) Williams of Claresholm shows with pride a copy of the 1970 American Hereford Association Journal on the cover of which is a bull he raised and sold at a Calgary sale. It is the first lime a Canadian-bred bull has graced (he cover of the journal. The bull was purchased by Brown and Sons of Montana in 1963 as a two-year-old. Williams is a resident of the Porcupine Hills todge. Paul Andersen Photo Collect coupons COALDALE (HNS) Coal- dale Wayfarer Girls' Club is collecting coupons in conjunc- tion with its sponsoring organ- ization, the Sunbeam Sew ing Circle. The purpose is to obtain electric knife for the kitchen in the Coaldaie Mennonite Confer- ence Church. Mrs. Jake Andres is presi- dent. To date 41 girls aged 9 to 14 have registered. Rose Heimer of Calgary. A pot-luck lunch was enjoycc H. up of District News Bazaar, Coaldale made ar Oshiro stated. BLAIRMORE (CNP (CNP (HNS) will be women of St. Lukes Hasmussen, youth attended the 7 meeting. lican Church have announcec the annual fall bazaar and Coleman Lions Commun Calendar project, announced cal Lions will be fall conference of the Prai rie Young People's Association of the Church of baby pan hospital pediatrics v, roll-call item for t will be held in the Elks Hal from 2 to 5 p.m. Saturday, in the 'Pass for a r newal or first sale of conference was hosted by the youth group of the 21. will list birth Church of Christ at cors annual 'I-H wardrobe plan .rophy for the Nimble assisted by Mrs. Jnrscy, Mrs. Gladys G Glsxiys Su-omsna: for the -d is the the Dec. 7 here rais- .nization, a last year's the class- Tire of the Church has to Friday, Scout post for Edwards TABER (HNS) The ap pointment of Ray P. Edwards Barnwell, as assistant distric Commissioner, approval o a number of fund raising pro- jects, were the main items o business at a recent meeting o: the Flatlands District Council Boy Scouts of Canada. Mr. Edwards will assist Dis- trict Commissioner Chris F. Rodgers who recently moved from Taber to Hays as grain buyer. Projects approved are a bot- tle and battery drive for First Barnwell Troop, Christmas tree sale for First Taber Troop, and bottle and battery drive and compilation of a cook book for the newly formed First Hays Troop. Because of the success of the Hays group organization as a result of a boy survey conduct- rid in the schools, similar sur- veys are now under way at Kin- niburgh and Grassy Lake un- der the direction of expans ion and growth committee chair- man W. S. Redd of Grassy. A lay survey is planned for Vaux- :iall as well. Next meeting of the council 'or Wednesday, Nov. 17, in the Taber MD council room, Taber was announced by district prcs- xlent Mrs. Jeanne Schnell. KOOTENAI BROWN'S CABIN Kootenai Brown's three-roomed cabin arrived in Fincher Creek recently. Previously located on a knoll surrounded by Winding Creek, east of the junction of the Ccrdston and Chief Mountain Highways, it is now located at the Historical Park Grounds. It was fell thai Kootenai Brown chose to build his cabin on the knoll some ways away from the lake because of fhe sunshine. When Walerton Park was in tiie shadow of the mountains, the homestead was bathed in sunlight. AAoved by Mitchell Movers of Calgary, assisted by many local residents, this historic building will receive a place of honor on the Historical Park Grounds. Jim Allred of Hartley, owner of the homestead site, gave the building to thj Historical Society. COALDALE (HNS) The annual Christmas carol festival iponsored by the Coald ale lome and School Association vill be held again this year. A recent meeting of the as- sociation appointed festival committee members Mrs. Dean Mell, Mrs. Jake Janzen and >lrs. Ike Neufeldt. The following teachers reprc- icnt their schools: Mrs. Jennie SnraT. John Davidson; Dick H. I. Baker; and larold Huntrods, Kate Andrews. This committee is in charge f making all arrangements. It rill also decide on the dates. The festival is usually a two- vening event. Named to a nominating com- litlcc were Mrs. Ken Lyon, Mrs. Gerald Moser and Dan Klassen. Election of officers will be held in January. The annual Area It Alberta Federation of Home and School Associations meeting will be held Saturday, Nov. 7, at Lelh- Foiiowing the business meet- ing teachers and parents had the opportunity to meet. bridge. A delegate was not ap- pointed as no one was available to attend. President John Voth presided. The film Jamie, dealing with a disturbed 10-year-old boy, was shown. Supper Nov. 21 NEW ATTRACTION The tourist city of Kamakura, Japan, has added an eight-mile long monorail to its attractions. Wig-box craft COALDALE (HNS) Coal- dale Arts and Crafts will spon- sor a wig-box making workshop at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 18, at the honn of Mrs. Esther Corey. Venturers FOREMOST (Special) A new Venturer group has been started in Foremost with Bryn Roberts as group advisor. The group is an outgrowth of the Scout movement, and is aimed at boys in the 14 to 17 age range. Attendance at the first meet- ing was small, but the group is confident their numbers will grow. Chairman is Bruce NicoU. Cameron WaUmau is secretary- treasurer. COALDALE (HNS) The St. Ambrose Church Catholic Wo- men's League plans to cater to the Coaldaie ncadymade 4.-H Awards Banquet. The annual cludicn suppcr will be held from to p.m. Saturday, Nov. 21, in the Coaldale Community Hall. 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