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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 _ THE IE1HBRIDGE HtRAlD W 74, 1971 lender is oW "1C conference IIv was ;i monlh. The mine had closed, dry land farmers failed drought, the school's budget for supplies was S27r, a year for. I -I to M rooms, horse barns and j days were prominent, !mt there never was a finer school in I he whole area. Mr. Teskey paid hich tribute 10 school hoard members part- Ham- have been a shame lo demolish in al- n .unwept, minor-- tendance eonieivnec imslinp tt-iuih was under :he direction edueation. Stake president l-'ri'd SpacK- lluil pre- sent day eduealion has no how much were Mrs. Connie .lack- i said the basic prin ,1 Howard Sugdcn, liberties in a changing ,'m'd" counsellor in the YVYMIA: cial and economic conditions in Mrs Freda fiedford. VWM1A the world. Nola Boehmer, Mr. Teskey scored todays and Ray permissiveness the school 'Simliv School sccre-! might have done more lo hall i it. The lack of public and per- MI ]m (o f g[ ed by Snow of Raymond-, arts and crafts. Mrs. Norma Boyer; dancing. Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Watts: vocations. Robert Sack- ley: Homemaking Mrs Diana j Department of Pilling; beauty. Mrs. Mai lyn Ednlontolx atter Smith and drama, Mrs. uit-, v mw of Mpd. rame Hartley. 1 jcine in the year 1341 to 1942. Harry B. Myers. Taber look over the .school from to when he became princi- 1 pal of the new W. R. Myers High School here, and William Hendnckson became Central's COl'TTS 'HNSi The Coult-s head master and District Chamber of Com- William R. Eroadfool. princi- merce held us annual banquet pal -inee commended the and dance at the Coutts Civic public for their fine support of j the the last in the President .1. .1. (Irani wcl-j histcry of the school, which corned "tiesls and deputy mayor saw several hundred luur the Fnvin Theisscii introduced the old .school building, clue lo be Coulls honors licr scliolar.s A chorus of former students The chamber' each year ree- directed by Mr. Myers, and ormizes honor students from i other program numbers, com- rarlc with a cheek and en- pletwl the program which was graved'medallion. follmve.lhy.-i eosial evening Pasi presidenl Stan Me- wllh refreshmenls. impro'.emenls thai linve been made in ihe village during the sCSnIOIl past year. These were: a new Roman i i Catholic Church; an mforma- IOT I Jlll'dSll 111 lion hoolh lo be operated hy Ihe provincial government; a The manager of Ihe I.elh- rescuc unit for the fire depart- bridge district office of Ihe Can- monr new backstop for Ihe ada Pension Plan. J. C. (Fern) soflhall diamond; an equcs- Mnucharrt. wishes to inform res- train- stree's oiled: golf course idents of the Clarcsholm area repaired and' a new approach lhat (i. II. iliolliei Stewart will hnill n ('nulls Hay held Ihe be in allendance al Ihe lasl Salurday in .liinc 'lo he- holm iown hall Nov. 25 from come an annual event i: and a ir.'iu am. lo 3 p.m. village eleanui) sponsored by Anyone wishing lo take ad- the chamber. vantage of this service is cor- Fuluro improvement.s plan- ilialiy invitetl to rio so. ned iMlh Ihe en-operation from Mr, Stewart will answer qucr di.tnel wili hi" enlara- ie, nil Ihe Canada Pension nf ihe i ivie Centre, de- Plan. Ihe old Age Security and of a picnic aron and Ihe Cuaranlcod Income Supple- n meelmg with the highways ment. department to improve Ihe ap- j lie will also provide assis- proach from Ihe Doundary I lance in Ihe filing of applica- i lions lo those who are now or Mueller's Makers pro will souii be qualified for the vidcd the mii.iie for the dance. above-noted bcnclils SSMPSONS-SEARS Boys' Snowmobile Suit Priced to Fit Your Budget Here's ,h, oulfi, .o boo, a long, hard winter. Made of waterproof nylon. Orion pile lining in hood. Full-len0th zipper for easy on and off. Handy patch pocket. Conuasling racer stripes on sleeves. Blue or Brown. arm. "1 k_ Full length cosy on front zipper mokes it eosier lo take il off o, pul il on. o; nylon I ell this sjit is also irdprrof. Comes with o fur I, mmcd hoed. Sizes 8- IS. Color, of forest Green a d Navy Blue. BOYS' Warm and Dry OQ for deep ciown warmt lemovcable the boot cc Snug lying chaw- r- kr-op out the cold and snow. >nl rubber soles for good traction 5 on ice. The adjuslobln buckle 2 c, 111. Sizes 8-3 full. i rirls Snowmobile Suits 19.98 With windproof and wniorproof nylon smart- ly styled with zip iron., him belt, handy pockets, ond cozy quill nylon lining. Rein- fcrcr-d with double knee patches and snug nlaslicizcd waist. Comes in 2 great styles. Green, Brown, Clue and Purple. ?TORI: HOUR? Op o ,t.m. lo r> n ni. 9 a.m. lo 530 p m. Thurstlny and icens Ski Jackets 12.98 ,o 25.00 Made ot nylon will, polyester fib.r-fill SnKntly for today's yoonct Miis. Some Joikels tuc be.nolifully trimmed with for. Girls' si7es 7-H, Teens' sizes 10-Ux. 1 m. lo 9 p.m. Centre Village. Telephone 9231 ;