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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, Novombor 18, 1970 Catechetical team conducts 'live-in' Program committee NEW DAYTON ied Church Women program committee for 1971 is Mrs. Stewart Skcitli, Mrs. Joe Schill, Mrs. Don Skeith, Mrs. Cecil DcPralu. Mrs. Otlo Croiikliite will con- vene the nominating commit- tee. Tlic Christmas meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Cecil DePratu on Dec. 9. Mrs. Alice Gorrill and Mrs. Cecil DePratu will be in charge of ilie program. Christmas service NEW DAYTON (HNS) Eight members met at the home of Mrs. Jirn Ross for the Nov. meeting of the United Church Women. A Christmas eve service will be held this year. Mrs. Stewart Skeith and Mrs, Leif Trockstad will be in charge of the pageant, and Mrs. Elton Duell will look af- ter special music. Mrs. Stewart Skeitli will supply the tree, which mill be decorated by Mrs. Don Skeith and Mrs. Alice Gorrill, Potato parley BAKNWELL (I1NS) Ed Shimbashi of Barnwell, presi- dent of the Alberta Potato Growers Association, and E. E. (Butch) O'Donnell will attend the 1970 annual meeting of the association. This will be the fourth an- nual meeting of the Alberta Po- tato Commission. About 150 growers are ex- pected to attend the two-day session which will be held at Brooks Nov. 19 to 20. A highlight on Fridav will be review of federal marketing legislation by agriculture min- ister H. A. (Bud) Olson. Cut fewer trees CRANBROOK (SpeciaD- East Kootenay Christmas tree harvest, which lasts from the about from Nelson For- est District of which 11 million are exported. Trees are in good condition this year, and prices to grow- ers which started at ?2.25 a bale, one to six trees depending on length, are up to and in premium tree class ?3. Largest drop in the harvest, HO per cent cut compared to 1969, is in Elko Hanger District. Top cowboy TABER (HNS) Bob Wilson of Cardston will be recognized Nov. 20 as the top all around cowboy in the Chinook Ama- teur Rodeo Association circuit for tile 1970 season. Wilson won the steer wrest- ling and bull riding events. The occasion will be the as- sociation's annual presentation of awards at Taber's Royal Ca- first frost to shipping eomple- nadian Legion Hall, to be pre- tion by Dec. 1 is lagging as it' ceded by a banquet at 7 p.m goes down the home stretch. J B.C. Forest Service person- nel estimate it at only 55 to 60 per cent compared to last year Annual B.C. Forest Service report for 1969 shows a tally of ..7 million trees valued at and followed by dancing. How to improve BARNWELL Church Relief (HNS) Society LDS lessons BOOSTS RINK-Mayor Alex Chronik of Picture Bytle right, receives from Davs Parker of the Pic- ture BuHe Chamber of Commerce to boost the skating rink fund. About 185 attended the recent annual chamber dinner. P. Johnson photo are entitled "A Lovelier taught by Mrs. Josephine Grigor. Mrs. Enid Nielsen, home- making director, gave some sewing tips on making pointed collars. Mrs. Deveney Walters showed how to paste and var- nish pictures. Roundup ends DEL BONITA (HNS) An- nual roundup of cattle In the River Grazing Reserve was completed recently. The weather was good and with the availability of .new corrals, built this year, all irands were sorted with less difficulty than in former times. Grades. roads CLARESHOLM ow Creek MD council repeat- ed a policy statement of last spring that roads on private Elect Johnson BABNWELL (HNS) Barn well Junior High School stu dents recently elected Cora Johnson, president; Loren Johnson, vice president; Dor othy Hunt, secretary; Karen Tanner, girts sports convener Deloy Jensen, boys sports con vener; and Sheila Rogers, the social convener. Projected goals for the year are to purchase gymnasium band, and science equipment Students are selling hot lunch es and candy, not only to the junior high students them selves, but to elementary pupils as well. Bank opens CHAN BROOK (Special) New Bank of Mon- treal at llth Ave. on Baker St was occupied and opened re- cently attracting an estimatec to guests. The one-storey building has a sub-floor for its computer equipment offering close to 000 square feet of space for the work of its 34 staff members and its customers. Doug Stewart, member of Parliament for Okanagan- Kootenay, cut the ribbon. Life membership FORT M A C LEOD (Special) Highlight of the supper hour at the annual Remembrance Dance sponsored by the F o r t Macleod branch of the Royal Canadian Legion was the pre- sentation of a life membership certificate to Jack Simpson. The affair was well attended and the music was supplied by a Calgary group. farms would not by the MD. be graveled Farmers would have to pay for the gravel but the MD would do the grading. LOT FOR CHURCH SPARWOOD (HNS) Bishop E. Scott announced a down pay- ment has been made on a lot at Sparwood for a combined Anglican United Church. The Bishop informed members of the Sparwood church commit- tee the money received from the sale of the former Anglican Church at Michel and the United Church at Natal will be made available for a new church building in Sparwood. CRANUM (HNS) The :live-in" for St. Augustine's Roman Catholic Parish was held in the Father Hughes Hall here recently and was conduct- ed by the catcheUcal team com- prising Rev. Cooney, Sister Mary, Sister Louise and Sister Georgette, all of the Religious Education Centre, Calgary. The session began at 9 a.m. with the congregation dividing into groups and deciding on the topics to be disucssed. Some were: the problem of teaching by tho catechetical method, changes in the liturgy and changing morality. Father Cooney talked on the new ways of the church and the different emphasis placed on the "meaning of God." Following lunch, discussions were held on the new cate- chism and the problem of Goocler School needs patches COALDALE (HNS) The Coaldale Pythian Sisters Sun- set Temple No. 6 is again mak- ing an appeal for certain arti- cles needed at the Dorothy Gooder School in Lelhbridge. At a recent meeting, Mrs. L. M. Vaselenak, altruistic con- vener, requested quilt patches, colored bottles and old maga- zines for the school. The temple will fill a fooci hamper for presentation to the school's food cupboard. Articles may be left at tip home of Mrs. Vaselenak or brought to tlie Dec. 8 meeting. Miss Doreen McDonnell feted WARNER (HNS) A show er honoring Miss Doreen Mc- Donnell was held in the Courts UCW plans dinner for anniversary COUTTS (HNS) The No- vember meeting of the Coutts United Church Women was held in the Church Hall with six members and one visitor, Mrs. Verda Tolton present. Mrs. Ida Looman is still in hospital at Calgary, The December meeting will see the election of officers. Dec. 6 there will be an ex- change of pulpits and Rev. John Monies will be in charge of the Sunday church service. This is also the 12th anniver- sary of the church. Following he'service there vifl bs a -din- ner in the church nail and ev- eryone is welcome. Reception set MAGRATH Friends of Olga and Arthur Spencer are nvited to a calling reception rom seven to nine p.m., Nov. in the Magrath Assembly fall on the occasion of their Oth wedding anniversary. Warner Memorial Library re- cently. Mrs. Maryanne Atkins wel- comed guests and presented the program: a piano solo by Miss Navee Herbst; an instru- mental number by Miss Diana Pittman and Miss Navee Herbst; a humorous reading by Mrs. Vi Mueller. Mrs. Mary Morton, Mrs. Phylis Gundlock, Mrs. Mary- anne Atkins and Miss Joaa Norris acted out a wedding. Plan budget NATAL, B.C. (HNS) The provisional budget for 1971 for Ihe Femie school district at more than million was pass- ed at the last regular meeting of the board of trustees. Up almost from the last year, the new budget re- lects the increase in the school district from 88 instruction units to 106 for 1971. It also takes into account sal- ary increases in keeping with he guideline established by Uie Apartment of education. The provisional budget is generally a statement of intent, nd it has to be reviewed by he department of education in Victoria. Closer to year-end the udget with revisions, if neces- ary' will be passed by the joard, teaching small groups. It was decided elementary classes will be taken to Fort Macleod for instruction and those in high school will receive correspond- ence lessons. It was also decided a baby- sitting service during mass will bo established for pre-schoolers in the Father Hughes Hall. S'ister Georgette presented a collage of good and bad pic- tures and led in a discussion of these. Following the mass, which ended the afternoon session, a turkey banquet was served at tha home of Mis. D. Fitz- patrick. Tax penalty CLAHESKOM (H N S) Town council has passed a by- law providing for a penalty of 8 per cent to be added to taxes not paid by Dec. 31. Any ratepayer who pays his 1971 (axes on or before March 31, 1971, will be allowed 7% per cent interest, from the date of payment to June Council approved construc- tion of a new fourplex apart- ment on 52nd Ave. N.W. by B. Thaagaard Construction. BOTTLE DRIVE NEW DAYTON (HNS) A successful bottle and battery drive was conducted recently by the recreation association hcie MARK 65 YEARS OF MARRlAGE-Mr, and Mrs. John McAndrew of 1350 Martin Street, White Rock, B.C., and former residents of Blairmore, Lethbridge, Calgary and Kelowna, marked their 65th wedding anniversary recently. Mr, and Mrs. McAndrew, 83 and 84 years respectively, are from Fifeshire, Scotland. They are both enjoying good health; Four walkers rewarded PICTURE BUTTE (HNS) The recent Picture Butte Chamber of Commerce dinner was attended by about 185 peo- ple. Vernon Price and Dr. Joe Takahashi presented plaques to Becky Branch, the youngest prl to finish the walkathon, Lawrence Gibbons, the young- est boy, Mrs. Audrey Baker and N. Yoshida, the old- est to complete the walk. New president Harry Watson urged support of the commun- ity. Harpo Moriyama, chairman of the nominating committee, conducted the election. Others elected were: 1st vice-presi- dent, Allan Foster; 2nd vice- president, John Shaw, and sec- retary treasurer, Miss Wendy Rasmussen, Retiring president Howard Branch gave an outline of the achievements of the chamber for the past year. 'Jboreen's Boutique Phone 327-3494 or 324-2943 Centre Village Mall Formerly Doreen's Beauty Salon to Capitol Theatre NO APPOINTMENTS NECESSARY GET ACQUAINTED SPECIAL! Formerly next to Capitol Theatre Introducing a New KANE KALON SYNTHETIC WIG Semi directional.Soft.Curl Hand tied front and sides Easy to Style for Evening and Afternoon Coiffures No Bangs Can be worn off the face Regular 49.95 Special 39 .95 NOW IS THE TIME TO ORDER Wiglets, Ringlets, Demi-Falls, for the parfy-time season for all shades including frosts order early! also carries a selection of Gowns and Accessories for the Bride-to-be and her attendants oreen s WIGS OF HI FASHION CENTRE VILLAGE MALL All the Newest Styles ;