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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Sovereignty Cathy 1972 crowns Patricia Oudrnan Outstanding citizen named Taber student sugar queen By ROSS GIBB Herald News Service TABER Patricia Oud- man. 16. a Grade 12 student at W. R. Myers High School was named Canada's sugar queen at the recent an- nual sugar festival banquet and dance. Retiring queen Cathy whose year-long reign ended during the festival at the Taber placed the crown and cape on Miss Oud- man. Princesses were Miss Brownie badges presented CARMANGAY Kelly Greer and Brenda Sterenberg received Golden Hand badges and Brownie wings at a recent ceremony Brownie leaders Kay Greer and Cathy Auch presented the badges The girls were welcomed to the Girl Guides by Capt. Eleanor Ross and Lieut. Judy Dahl. Area Commissioner Rosella Hubka and Division Com- missioner Hazel Lyckman were on hand as well as parents. Church women meet NEW DAYTON Jnited Church .Women met at the home of Mrs. Stewart Skeith Co-hostess was Mrs. Leif frockstad. Roll call was answered by he donation of Christmas to the Alberta Provincial lospital at Raymond. The official board meeting 'f the charge will be held here Nov 26. Nov. 30 is the date chosen for a card party at the New Dayton Stadium. Bridge and whist will get under way at 8 p.m. Marilyn district home and her Barbara demonstrated Christmas han- giving the women many ideas for gifts. The Christmas meeting will be a luncheon at p.m at the home of Mrs Stewart Skeith Dec. 12. -Hides to be enrolled BLAIRMORE. Mrs. Jean Juide captain of the Blair- has announced hat a number of the 22 Girl Guides now in the group will e enroled at 7 p.m. tov. Mothers of the Guides are ivitedao attend this event. Entertainment and lunch will be provided. Mrs. Morris says the CGIT will entertain guests at the Crowsnest Pass Senior Citizens Home the evening of Dec. 10. The program will feature enter- tainment. -4k Is Just Around the Corner Visit our store for the largest selection of Western Wear Gifts in South Alberta. Sizes for the Entire Family WESTERN SUITS By Prince Clothing and Society Brand WESTERN BOOTS By Tony Dan Post and Texas Brand. JEANS and CASUALS We carry over 10.000 pairs of Lee and Levis' WESTERN SHIRTS By Miller and H Use Your Card WBSTIRI HIE 30f-8th Streets. Phone S2I-47M Gloria Csiki and Miss Lillian Cars well. Miss Oudman will repre- sent the Taber and District Chamber of Commerce and Taber Businessmen's Associa- tion on special occasions and in parades. RCMP officers escorted the queen and candidates during the ceremony. Fay Sloane was named Taber's outstanding citizen at the banquet. Mrs. Sloane has convened semi-annual blood donor clinics here for the past 16 years. The presentation was made by Joan Paradee for the chamber. The past president cer- tificate was presented to William J. Orfino now of Ed- in absentia. Speaker Robert W. Chap- president elect of the Alberta Chamber of stressed the need for business and industry to take mare interest in political and social activities the contribution of expertize in many areas could do much to benefit the welfare of com- munities and countries. As chairman of Alberta Op- portunity Mr. Chapman told of programs of the company to aid in com- munity par- ticularly where the economy of smaller communities is deteriorating for various causes. The chamber's Lo-o-ong Sun cap was presented to Mr. Chapman by Mr. and Taber's souvenir tumblers were presented to Mrs. Chapman. Snowmobile blight grows for farmers VULCAN Pete Silber- nagle has a problem that has been growing for many farmers snowmobiles. Mr. Silbernagle farms in rolling country northeast of here. He land is being used for hill climbs and these people are bringing their powerful models to see who can reach the top. In the process they rip away long strips of grass Snowmobile operators have been using Mr. Silbernagle's property since the machines first became popular. He wasn't too worried until he checked his property recently.' don't like to keep people off the land but when this happens there's no alter- he says. got to ban the property to snow- Vulcan Lions hold charter night banquet VULCAN Lions District Governor Bill Bishop of Calgary outlined the work of Lions International for 164 wives and guests attending the recent Vulcan Lions Club's 29th annual charter night banquet. Mr. Bishop spoke about the work of more than one million Lions in thousands of clubs throughout the He said the acceptance of Lions clubs is a possible instrument of help in develop- ing a peaceful climate between nations. Allan McAskile was master of ceremonies. Bill Richardson gave the District Surgery complications caused teacher's death Natural gas service installed at Lomond LOMOND The coming of natural gas to Lo- mond was officially marked recently when about 80 residents of the Lomond com- munity gathered at the Lo- Hot lunch program set GRANUM A hot lunch program will begin at the local schools in December. Catherine Williams is in charge of preparing the lunches. The sponsored by the Granum Home and School enables the students to have a hot supple- ment to their packed lunches during the winter. A meeting of the association was Held recently in the Alec MacGregor School. A nominating committee was named to bring in a new slate of officers. Les Shimp introduced the teaching staff and gave a talk on mathematics. An evening of enter- featuring the Anne Campbell will be held in the Junior High School on Nov 26. Principal gets diploma CARMANGAY Walter principal of the Carmangay has won a diploma of education in educational administration from the University of Calgary. mond Community Centre for a flurry of speeches by officials of Canadian Western Natural Gas Company Ltd. A. J. L. Fisher of vice-president and. general manager of the welcomed Lomond as the 99th community to be served by Canadian western. About 60 services have now been installed in the village. Provision has been made to serve the remainder of the community and the sur- rounding area. Natural gas for this com- munity is processed at the Dome Petroleum Plant in the Vulcan area. It is transported through the Alberta Gas Trunk Line's 12- inch Vulcan lateral to a connection miles southwest of the village. From this connection the gas is carried through a line made of aluminum for distribution in a plastic line system within the village. Installation of meters in homes and businesses was started last week. Canadian incor- porated in 1911 following dis- covery of gas in the Bow Island now serves 000 customers in Southern said Mr. Fisher. District agent Larry Mitchell and his Wayne both of will provide service to Lomond customers. FERNIE Gerald a Fernie school died Aug. 2t of resulting from dental a coroner's jury decided here recently. The jury verdict attached no blame to any individual or hospital for his death. Dr. R. H. Campbell said he treated Mr. Allen for dental problems on other occasions. The patient decided to have 11 teeth extracted. Dr. Campbell said the patient requested a general anesthetic and was sent to Dr. Challenging library theme of conference challenging w.as the theme of the Southern Alberta regional conference of the School Library Council at John Davidson School in Coaldale recently. The keynote Lome MacRae of E. P. Scarlet High talked of questions such as budget cut- backs and the replacement of teacher-librarians with library technicians. There was also a panel dis- cussion on the role of the library in the and lec- tures and discussion on the use of library aide personnel and library procedures. About 65 school librarians attended. Sparling East to image a suitable hospital time for the surgery. On the day of the operation Dr. Campbell entered the operating room and saw the patient in the process of being anesthetized by Dr. East. He removed eight teeth. Then Dr. East signalled him to stop. Dr. East had noticed the respirator bag was not working. The anesthetic machine was turned off. except for the ox- ygen arid Dr. East operated the respirator bag manually to force oxygen into the patient's lungs. Dr. Floyd MacDonald arriv- ed and began manually to get Mr. Allen's heart working again. Both doctors were join- ed by Dr. John WheeUon. He administered an electrical stimulus to the patient's heart. Dr. East told the jury the patient was breathing on his own when tit last saw him. Dr. WheeWon took over the case from that point. The patient was admitted to the intensive care unit in Calgary Foothills Hospital Aug. 24. Tests revealed him to be neurologically dead. His heart and lungs were still operating and drugs had been administered to stop con- vulsions. Following Mr. Allen's an autopsy revealed he had suffered severe brain damage due to long cardiac arrest. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS-CIRCULATION-JOBPRINTING VERNON Roaldent KrVWWVMrVWWWWWMrVWVVUWVVtrWl VANTA'S ECONOMY MEATS Phone 329-4545 MID-MONTH SPECIALS NOV. 22 NOV. 24 Van'ta specializes for your Your Packing Plant Coel 1Oc Ib. for cutting end wrapping. Ask your is nothing to beef about your meat prices at Vanta's. ECONOMY and QUALITY 00 HAND IN HAND. All your moat wiN be cut and prepared like In the old days. Any any great or email. Join your hi their at Vanta'i Economy for your favorite meat dteh. Notice the following MINUTB STBAK Ib............................................... 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