Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 19, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
- THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - Thursday, November 19, 1970 Concert set K0BLEF0RD (Special) - At a recent meeting of the Noble-ford Home ami School the following were elected: ' lent, Mrs. John Harb-ers; vice-president, II. Stoller; secretary Mrs. J. Wurtz; treasurer, Mrs. .loan Mazutinec; finance, J. (frocnenboom with W. Van Esvclcl acting as as-sistar'; program, Mrs. Luella SIray r.-sister! by Mr. and Mrs. John Withage; and lunch convener. Mrs. L. Farough. Paul Goldade moved a vote of thanks be extended the retiring ":: -utive. Principal M. Pharis said the annual Christmas Concert would be hek Friday, Dec. 18. Marks birthday RAYMOND (HNS) - When Mrs. Henriette Heninger marked her 82nd birthday anniversary covers were laid at the dinner table for 10 women who have been friends for more than 50 years. The dinner party was held at the home of her daughter-in-law, Mrs. William L. Nakler. When Mrs. Heninger was a young woman she became one of the first telephone operators of Raymond in the davs when the telephone office wss located in McDuffies Drags. Mrs. Heninger has always been active in young people's work for the LDS Church. VISITS LODGE WARNER (HNS) - Deputy district honored royal lady Rowena Kuhl, Milk River, made her official visit to the Warner OORP lodge recently. Reject probe TABER (HNS) - The Alberta department of social development will not conduct an investigation into the dismissal of Mr. and Mrs. B. Wiebe as caretaker and matron respectively of Clearview Lodge, Tuber's senior citizens' home. Such an investigation had been requested by the councils of the Town of Taber and the Taker MD. A letter from Social Development Minister Speaker said: 'The Government has granted almost total autonomy to the Foundation Boards in the operation of Senior Citizens' Homes and since the members of these boards are elected by, and are representatives of the people directly concerned with the home, then any dissatisfactions in regard to the decisions of the boaid can be resolv.ed by the electorate exercising their rights through the democratic process of replacing elected officials." Willow arts MAGRATH (HNS) - Diamond willow arts and crafts classes have resumed here. Monday Mrs. Wallace Dudley teaches ail to adults from 1 to 4 p.m. Wednesday pottery for adults and children is supervised by Mrs. Lisadore Crookston, afternoon and evening. Thursday Mrs. Wren Holla-day assists with handicrafts. Demonstrations are given in the afternoon. Mrs. Susan Jensen of Cardston will show crocheted rope pearls and bead work Nov. 19 at 2 p.m. Parents gather ENCHANT (HNS) - Parent-Teachers Association met in the school recently. It was decided to drop the insurance on the skating rink for the coming year. Christmas treats for the children will be handled the same as other years. Slawen White of Taber brought out the different audio visual aids that can be used in the schools and explained their uses. Lunch was served by Mrs. June Wiest and Mrs. Martha Wiest. Pilot succeeds FORT MACLEOD (Special)-Commercial pilot Campbell (Cammie) Maclean of Fort Macleod was successful in qualifying for further training when he competed with 300 pilots for 12 vacancies in the air traffic control department. Mr. Maclean leaves this week for Ottawa where he will be training for the next four months before being- posted to a permanent position. Sawicki coaches thirteen SPRINGTIME IN THE PASS - 'Tina,' four-year-old daugher of Mr. and Mrs. Joe McNeil of Hillcrest, holds up two crocuses her dad brought home from a hunting trip in the Hillcrest area. The unusually warm weather this fall is starting the growing cycle. -Vern Decoux photo PIN CHER CREEK (Special) - Thirteen swimmers from Pincher Creek are journeying to Lethbridge's Fritz Sick Pool every Saturday until early June for swim instruction. Stan Sawicki is their coach. rA\e group ic comprised of boys and girls aged 8 to 15 years. As a result of the Summer Games held in Pincher Creek last August, it was realized that southern Alberta had swimmers with a good potential. Swimmers from Claresholm, Nelson wins WARNER (HNS) - Warner Curling Club opened its winter season with a Green Bonspiel featuring 20 rinks. A event winner was Terry Nelson. B event winner, Bruce Baker. Picture Butte, Pincher Creek, Cardston, Taber and Raymond are participating. Swimmers not only swim but meet three times a week for body building exercises. Archie Wilson instructs the local youths. Dr. Fairbanks of the University of LsSEibridge physical education department is co-ordi-nator. BACKACHE & BLADDER IRRITATION Common Kidney or Bladder Irritations make many men and women feel distressed from frequent, burning or itching urination night and day. Secondarily, you may lose sleep and have Headache, Backache and feel older, tired, depressed. In such cases, CYSTEX usually brings relaxing comfort by curbing Irritating germs in acid urine and quickly easing pain. Get CYSTEX at druggists. Honor J. A. Spencer Saturday MAGRATH (HNS) - Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Spencer will celebrate their Golden Wedding Anniversary Nov. 20. They were married at Red Deer in 1920. J. A. Spencer is a veteran of two world wars. He met Olga Soderman while both were attending Normal School at Calgary in 1915. Both taught school after only four months of the old training course. She went on to get her certificate while he was at war and taught at Caroline and La Prairie schools. When Mr. Spencer returned from the First World War, he taught near Stony Plains and at Lehi School. Your NEW Authorized Dealer JEEP� TRUCKS AND STATION WAGONS UNITED MOTORS CO. LTD. Cor. 3rd Ave., 3rd St. S. Phone 327-1418 Mr. and Mrs. Spencer have resided on their farm west of Magrath since their marriage. He has been active in politics, is a writer and collector of artifacts. His book Crystal Spring Indian Camp Site has made many aware of the ingenuity of the early Indians who inhabited this area long ago. Mrs. Spencer kept on teaching her family in their home. 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