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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta WILLOW CREEK SCHOOL BOARD LOSES A FRIEND Mrs. Kathleen White, chairman of the Willow Creek school division board of trustees, is retiring for reasons of health. She has served as a school trustee for 21 years. Agnar Johnson of Granum will be acting chairman until an organizational meeting is held next month. Eight trus- tees have held seats. The act allows only seven. The board has now requested a new dividing of the division and public meetings will be held to discuss the changes. When this is done, a general election will be held in all the new subdivisions. Wednesday's elections in subdivisions 1 and 3, Fort Macleod and Claresholm rural areqs, and 8, Town of Nanton ,have 'been cancelled. Andersen Photo Roundup of District News P'SJSji-'- tU" Turkey shoot FOREMOST (Special) Foremost Lions Club will start its annual four-day turkey shoot Saturday, Nov. 25. Activities will run through Tuesday, Nov. 28, at the Fore- most Community Hall, with ac- tion commencing at 7 p.m. every evenhig. Activities will include .22-cal- Ibre rifle shooting, smear and dice. Archers will be able to try their skill with bow and arrow. Sewage okayed COALDALE (HNS) Town council received word from health authorities that dump- ing septic tanks into the sewage lagoons is all right but the oniy approved place is where the One- plays set for Friday FOREMOST (Special) Foremost Theatrical Society will stage its first production of the 1972-73 season at the Foremost Community Hall Fri- day, Nov. 24, at 8 p.m. The group acclaimed in re- years for its superb musi- cal comedy productions, will present a series of four one-act plays. A total of 200 reserved seats are available for the perform- ance. These may be booked through Suzanne Curran in Foremost. raw sewer from the town en- ters. Later it passes through va rious cells and holding ponds for long periods of time. 25th anniversary COALDALE (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Len Scheibner of Coaldale will be honored on the occasion of their 25th wedding anniversary, Sunday, Nov. 26, during the morning worship service in the Coaldale United Church, Following the service an open house and coffee hour will be held in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Scheibner in the church hall. All friends and acquaintances are welcome to come. Jolly Janes WARNER (HNS) The War- ner Jolly Janes girls club re- cently travelled to Ridgeview Lodge to entertain the senior citizens. The girls presented a skit and sang songs. They enjoyed visit- ing with the older folks while they had lunch. CWL meets Dec. 4 ETZIKOM (HNS) The Faith Sacred Heart Roman iatholic Women's League held its meeting at the home of Mrs. Joe (Katie) Harty with 12 members present. On hand to lead the league prayers and present the spirit- ual talk was Rev. Brian Hubka. Winner of the hostess gift was Mrs. Mike (Joanne) Harty. Mrs. Harly served lunch. The next meeting is slated or Dec. 4 at the home of Mrs. Tony (Barbara) King of Fore- most. 80th birthday TYRRELL'S LAKE (HNS) The Hope Community Club re- cently honored Mrs. Rose Muel- ler on her 80th birthday at her home in Lethbridge. There were 20 members pres- ent to wish her well. Mrs. Carol Brantner, presi- dent, presented the guest of honor with a candled birthday cake and a decanter of sweet- heart roses. 25-year pins FORT MACLEOD (Special) Recognized for 25 years' ser- vice with the Royal Canadian Legion here recently were Tommy Blunden, Jake Segboer, Tom Ripley, Harry Chapman, Joseph Statin and Sam Fergu- son. These men received 25-year service pins. Win jewels CLARESHOLM (Special) At a recent meeting of Foothill Rebekah Lodge No. 103, the Noble Grand. Mrs. Grace Wil- son, presented the 40-year jewel to Mrs. K. Heal and the 25- year jewel to Mrs. Alvan Wil- son. Oddfellow and Rebekah lodges will join the Sons of Nor- way lodge for a family Christ- mas program Saturday, Dec. 16. Shower held ETZIKOM (HNS) A ms- cellaneous shower was held for Mrs. Richard Melafont in the Etzikom Community Hall re- cently with Mrs. Clarence Lions host governor Gordon RAYMOND (HNS) Gover- nor Matt Gordon, District 37D of Lions International from Jflssoula, Mont., paid his offi- cial visit to the Raymond Lions club recently. The club celebrated its 32nd anniversary charter night. In attendance were four charter members P. K. More- land, Murray Holt. Mclvin T. King and J. L. Larson. A full course dinner was served to 85 members, their wives and guests. Andy Grbavac was master of ceremonies. Governor Gordon traced the growth of Lions clubs and (old of many projects sponsored by individual clubs in many coun- ties of the world. He told of the service for the blind people, many who would not have had assistance had it not ten for members of club. Added to the blind program is a new service for the deaf. He No hoi seal riNdiER CREEK (Special) The Napi Friendship Associ- ation has announced that a "hot seat" session scheduled Nov. 28 with Indian Association of Alberta president Harold Car- dinal the guest has been can- celled. spoke on support necessary if the club is to function as it should do giving full service to a community. Musical numbers were sung by Jeannine Jensen, long known as the club soloist. Mrs. Jen- sen sang at the charter night of the club when she was so young she s I o o d on a chair. Her beautiful voice has been heard at every charter anniversary n- special concert spon- Crowsncst Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Decoux, Resident Rep., Blairmore Phone 567-2149 Mr. and Mrs. Rex Baker sang a number of duets. President Bev Swaren pre- sented governor and Mrs. Gor- don with a Japanese tea ser- vice. There were special awards made to club members. Danc- ing concluded the evening. COUNTRY NEWS These Are The Lethbridge Herald Correspondents in Your Area CLARESHOLM PAUL ANDERSEN....................P.O. Box 341 COUTTS MRS. ALICE HACKE General Delivery COALDALE MRS. PETER TYMBURSKI Box 1003 ENCHANT MRS. MARGARET DORCHAK PO Box 1852 BARONS MRS. JUNE COWIS.................. P.O. Box 231 CROWSNEST PASS VERN DECOUX Cenerot Delivery Contact these people for ycur District Newt or Classified Advertising Agro group names four PINCHER CREEK (Special! Hugh Hjrncr, Alberta's minister of agriculture, has an- nounced the appointment of the following members to the MD of Plncher Creek Agricultural Development Conunitlcc. E. Kettles of Pinchcr Creek, farm member; 11. Lynch- St a u n t o n, Lundbreck, farm member; J. Higa, Pinchcr Creek, non-farm member, local representative of the Farm Credit Corporation, local repre- sentative of the department ol agriciillurc, local representa- tive of the department of lands and forests; and R. Toney, Pinchcr Creek, local Municipal member. The function of the committee will bo to advise the provin- cial and federal governments on matters pertaining to the Small Farms Development Pro- ruin, agricultural credit, pub- lic land disposition mid rural development, (Alice) Robinson presentng the gifts. Assisting Mrs. Melafont in the unwrapping ana displaying of gifts were her two sisters, Mrs. Leroy (Donna) Gaehring and Miss Sherry Robinson, while Mrs. Clifford (Barbara) Trax- ler recorded. Honor junior farmers WARNER (HNS) The an- nual 4-H awards night here, sponsored by the Warner Lions Club, highlighted by pres- entation of achievement tro- phies to Murray Doenz and Ron Minion. The banquet was served by members cf the Order of the Royal Purple. Winners were: Grand cham- pion trophy, Wade McKenzie; reserve grand champion tro- phy, Murray Doenz. The judging and showman- ship trophies went to Murray Doenz. Senior public speaking trophy was won by Holly Doenz. The junior public speaking trophy went to Patti Lien. The yearling heifer award was awarded to Cam McKenzie. Best record book honor went to Ron Minion. Best first year members were Kelly McCoy and Evan Doenz. Best first year record book- trophy was won by Kelly McCoy. Speakers were: Darryl Soice, Club Week at Olds; Gloria Mc- Coy, 4-H elimination week at Olds, and Cam McKenzie, trip to Great Falls, Mont. Tuetday, November 31, 1972 THE LETHBRIDG! HERALD 3 Two histories being written FOREMOST Two histories of two adjacent areas here are being written. It's causing problems. Pictures and family histories are getting mixed up. Shirt-tail relatives and long- lost cousins are turning up in the wrong plscc. Mrs. Emma Dixson, secre- tary of the Shortgrass Histori- cal Society, says her group is interested in people in the fol- lowing legal areas: Township 3, Range 12: Township 4, Range 11; Township 3, Range 11; also part of Township 4, Range 10; and Township 3, Range 10. "Oldtimers will know where they says Mrs. Dixson. "If you have information on your family history, please send it to us immediately. 4H WHEAT WINNERS Earl Herresvele, Multi 4H Club leader, congratulates John Groten, left, ond Perry Luchia, right, for their achievements in the XH wheat division of the Royal Winter Fair. Groten won second place with his sample of Neepcwa wheat and Luchia was in fourth place with his sample of Cypresi wheat. Luchia Phots More district on Page 14 Phone BERT HARGRAVE MP for MEDICINE HAT wishes to announce the opening of his local office 2nd Floor Saamis Bidg, 339 6th Ave. S.E., Medicine Hat Office Hours 1-5 p.m., Men.-Fri. 527-1867-MEDICINE HAT 937-2128-WALSH MRS. JUNE HUILOCK, Secretary WHILE QUANTITIES Washable Hand Screen Painted TOPS Low priced toppers that wash and dry quickly 'cause they're made of 100% polyester! Long sleeves and nylon back zippers featured. Assorted prints. Misses' S-M-L Queen Size PANTYHOSE Kresfair BLANKETS Our price UUi. KRESGE SPECIAL 00 Our regular price 1.17 Ea. 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