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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Mrs. Rose Lant Mondoy, Novcinbor 13, 1771 _ THI IHUBRIDGI HEFAID 3 COAI.DAMO (IINSi High- lighl (if the recent meeting of Hie Cualdale Pythian Sisters Sunset Temple No. 6 was spe- cial guest Mrs. Hose Lant who visited the temple officially as Brand chief of jurisdictions of Pythian Sislers of Alberta, Sas- katchewan ami Manitoba. In honor of Mrs. Lant, a ban- quet catered by Uie Eva Greer United Church Women was held at the Coaldale United Church Hall. During the meeting, attend- ed by members and one guest, Mrs. Lant said it was faith in the organization which was the mainspring of success ill their work. A lovely corsage and gift were presented to the grand chief by the local temple. An inspiring memorial ser- vice, honoring late members of Hie Sunset Temple was held by the executive and several members. It was conducted by Mrs. Jessie Nolan. A total of was collected on the recent lag day for the Canadian Institute for the Blind sponsored by the Pythian I Sinters here. Mrs. Joyce Owen the convenor A letter of appreciation was received from the CNIM ex- pressing thanks to the tempi Bob Kuhl gets hockey league for ''their fint- effur worthwhile cause. It was drcidcd to f hi M in is p nt> foi c members. itdren of The tern tal volunt (iiicl Dec, Itie two uj ipptiintcd. calcr Ihc lo- fircmcn's ban- Cuminilieos for ing events were Curlifig winners WARNiER (HNS) The Warner Curling Club got off to a good start recently with a green bonspiel entertaining 14 rinks. First event winners were Eoyd Eiggers, Dorothy Kuehn, Lee Cahoon and Mary Biggers. Second event winners were Judy I3rantner, Ethyl Morton, Gerald Hull and Marlene Pot- vin. PICTURE BUTTE LIONS GREY CUP QUEEN These six lovely lasses are competing for the honor of being the Picture Butte Lions Grey Cup Queen. Top row, from left: Sandra Shimek, Denise Chartier ond Debbie Moriyama. Bottom row: Colleen Mehalco, Shirley Bulva and Jannie Wollock. The winner will be announced at the Grey Cup Dance to be held Nov. 27 in the Si. Catherine's School at Picture Butte. P. Johnson Photos FOR h' M OST (SpecialI- Foremost Minor Hockey As- sociation laid its final plans at a recent meeting lor the open- ing of the hockey sea- son. The association will operate four learns, three in the Spud League, playing against teams from Bow Island, Taber, VaiLxhall and Brooks. The Bantams, for players aged 12 to 14, will play in gold uniforms with black and white trim and are sponsored by the Foremost High School. The Pec Wee team, for 10 to 12-year-olds is sponsored by the Fomnosl Elks, and will play in blue uniforms with red and whitj trim. The Tiny Miles sponsored by the Foremost Lions C1 u b will sport maroon uniforms with gold and white trim. The Mily Mites, for smaller boys, arc unsponsored and will not play on a league basis. They will however enjoy com- petition with learns from the same towns as the older play- ers. With the season opener in Foremost .scheduled for '2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 20, (lie coaches will not nave much lime for whipping the youngsters into shape. Coaches find assistants have been appointed for j teams. A coaches a n d clinic is planned for the near future. A tentative date set for Nov. Further information may be obtained from tho association's president Bob Kuhl, or the rolling 1 rrl.jr.-lroasnm1, .1 or Trekof- It is of ]M Kivo tl port. 1 panics hoped that Ihc residents remosl and district will ijs new venture their sup- y turning out for tho A pi quarte tains yard yards I glands nerve HKill CO.STIAT ec of human skin thrco rs of an inch square con- three million cells, ona of blood vessels, four of nerves, sweat IT, oil glands and 2T> ends. Christmas card SPARWOOD (HNS) Spar- wood Development Company is sponsoring a Community Christmas Card here. Proceeds from the effort will be presented to the Sparwood Recreation Ways and Means Society and will be used for a new recreation complex at Sparwood. Persons wishing In extend seasons greetings to their fam- ilies and friends in Sparwood do so by making a dona- tion to the Community Card. The Christmas Card will he located in the Greenwood Shopping Mall here where vol- i unteers will he on hand to ao- j ccpl donations and issue re- ceipts. Parent Teachers j ENCHANT (HNS) Rcecnl- ly the lOnchant Active Parent- j Teachers held the second gen- I eral meeting. Nanton addition scarce i The highlit1' t of the evening i was the guest speaker, Colin Odclie. who presented a pro- gran) on the topic of drugs. Mr. Orifiie is sponsored by the Talier Kiwailis Ctiit) under a committee known as Opera- i lion Drug Alert. Following the presentation a short business meeting was lielrl while the students re- mained behind witli Mr. Oddic to ask questions and give opin- ions. Small turnout I COAI.UAL1-: (HNS1 Due lo i the very small turnout at a re- j cent meeting of the Coaidale and District Chamber of Com- merce no election of officers could be conducted. Continuing as caretaker committee are president John Redckopp and Doug Redding. Donates KXCIIANT (UN'Si At the recent general meeting of the Enchant Students t'nicul it was decided to present lo the Enchant Chamber of Com- merce to help in keeping the skating rink repaired. Tho students are thankful for having such a facility available fur I heir use during and after school. Supper Nov. 19 COALDALE The Coaldale United Church will hold its an- imal congregational supper Nov. IS at the church hail at p.m. Mrs. Anne M. Walker, rec- ording steward, for Coaldale United Church official board, savs cvcrvone is welcome. CLARE SHOLM (HNS) c c r e i a r y-lrcasurer llic Willow Creek school division board has formed a committee to meet with caretakers of division schools to discuss pay for overtime work and suggested that a meeting between the board and the head caretakers would be helpful to "better understand Uieir Cubs invcslcd er Gerald Loree (Special) pointed out. the boaid has no contract with the Day took on The labor act slates meaning for nine members o[ Ihe Foremost Cub overtime pay must be paid cr a person has worked IAJ cllLl'llU i hours in a (11XS) Howard Ilicken, DFC, veteran a ceremony at Foremost School, Akela -Mrs. Roy I Irene Frank Eden of S'ocond Work! War, invested the nine drama Agnar Johnson of Granum, aixl Gerald the annual banquet of the Royal Canadian legion, into the Cub pack prior to the annual Remembrance Day appointed bv chairman Branch and parade. CLARESIIOLM (HNS) white to form a' committee 1071 banquet was were Pern- Schatz. Trustees of the Willow Creek 1 ,rith caretakers to to have women invited Riilaii, Bradley Hearn, S'ehool Division have passed a arai out an agreement Scratch, Dean Arnold. motion to supply a school Hickcn opened his Bourret, Warren Bech- to transport a class of was considerable with the words "war Craig Bilu'ngsley and Ter- to sec a live dramatic play by the trustees arc never told, Walsh. Lethhridyc later this to find the money to told a liltly at a time. paek suffered a loss of Tiic board was told that Kiuiton addition lo Ihe many things we strive during the summer two out of the class of 25 when the low bid The things we as sevorn! families students had ever seen a ir.ore than arc the conipansion.-hip av.'ay from the district. plav. Frank Eden, a boys alio grew into s i m m i n g badges from Fort Macleod, said be feels ''it is more important board decided to apply lo the Local Authorities under responsibility." Mr. Ilicken first joined presented to Craig 13il-lingsley. Ross Scratch and basketball and volleyball permission to transfer up service at Arnold. we support from UK capital a sense of humor, ceremony was attended j In other business, a grant of told of the parents and friends, and as- secretary-treasurer of the Secret arv-lreasurer the quick change from leaders Mrs. Los Walsh' school division. Art Grant, was rural hoy lo a soldier. Later Harold Street. sworn in as Irustee for Clares- oucs inln thr fJoya! hnlm following his election by mllsl] Air trnrce and was t i acclamation. 'period of KnL'land on active rlnuh One of bis first jobs will he the aid of a chart In look into Ihc drainage prob- rcrn Mr. Ilk-ken pve his iasl clip loins at Ihc elementary school w budgeted' lo a briefing on a day in and using it for service from the limo l IIs-' Si rang to call airmen permits so far this Congdon said it was to the time whe-n the are up about 750 per cent Meets Nov. do it as long as it was was issued "bombs last year and applications lo inside the enemy huilding lots are still com- MILK RIVER The n o 1 h c r trustee Albert Balclco into the town office. organized Milk River group of i this was done all the time saying, ''if you are value of building starts (he La League will companies. Another said il j lerestcd in political tilings year is 7M, (W. as com- its meeting Thursday. very bad also interested in lo at Ihc same ai p.m., at Ihe home trustee, who last >ear. j Mrs. lluth Crapo, phone to lif- quoted, said: ice lit t.hc men largest construction is mean an increase in today's veterans witli tho new Clarcsholm (icn- 'Itie name. La Lerhc, is still in the borne was Hospital which is valuer! ish anil means "the milk." superintendent brave, in your home as less equipment. non-sectarian, non-profit fell, Iliis was necessary in Ihe armed new (lulf Oil service anil league's purpose is the money could be paid them rijjht from oil station cosling to hi Ip encourage "good moth- from current revenue at a .saying this is right, Ihis cring through money could be paid way you do addition of a mo- T'IU group will meet the current revenue a L. Naklcr, maslor hotel and a service station '1 l.m'sr'av of each monlh. A introduced restaurant to the Clares- ies of four meetings will extra was fell numbers. Those shopping centre at. Ihe cuss, informally, different needed because Ihe included soloist end of town adds anoth- es of breastfeeding. Topic was higher than Seneca, Shirley, to the building per- finl meet ing; advantages and Hie Raymond total. breastfeeding lo mother Consl.ruclion Co. of quartet, Laura private, homes child. Discussion leader w ill submitted the lowest Ilickon, Joannine being or will be finished Mrs. KuUi Of, Dcauna year. on orders placed before Dec.24 Phone today and save. Ask for a sleek new Contempra. Or one of AGT's other stylish wall and desk phones. You can choose from several models in eleven fabulous shades. An extension phone makes a great gift for your favourite conversationalist. Or for yourself! It adds an extra measure of convenience and privacy to your home. Make that run to your other phone for the last time. And call for an extension. Phone 328-5551 Rural Customers DIAL "0" AND ASK FOR THE BUSINESS OFFICE. Wall and desk sets only for multi-party service customers. ALBERTA GOVERNMENT TELEPHONES ;