Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
CHURCH ADDITION John Brewster applies the finishing touches to the door he Is hanging with the assistance of Frank Kronman of Pineher Creek and George Porter, a visiting Missionary from the Bahamas. This addition to the Fort Macleod Jehovah's Witness Church will provide additional meeting space. The work was done in work bees by members of the congregation. Swihart Pholo ian brrethren win Jaycee blood donor cup Monday, October 4, 1971 THE lETHBRIDCf HERALD 3 I 3 teachers nominated j TABEU (HNS) Three Ta- I her sc'huo, I have been division teachers nominated for Dc- Defcncc TABKJl 'HNS) Icrile H o c k y near Wrenlluim went av.'ay 'Hie Jlut-jCcntly with the Tabor Jaycccs: for .'Ml considering L Colony i (roph'y fur bcsl rep. successful spring clinic rescntation at the fall blood Atwood graduates CARD.STUN vin Atwood, son Mrs. Joseph (II.NSJ of Mr. Atu'oocl partmcnt of Nationa aching positions. They arc Mrs. Ethel iiicli- vcry horn of Grassy Lake, 11. L. I Duanc Duff of Vauxhall High Leslie W. received School, antl A. Schneider pin for nis 20th contribution of W. It. Mvers llij'h School donor clinic held in the Wil-1 Tabor. inunily centre auditorium. [jam Hcdley's .is donation However, convener Mrs. fay i brought a certificate in rec- I Sloane was "not too happy" j ognition of his generosity, i over the turn-out at the The afternoon session Wed- registering 22-1 donors and a ncsday drew only 51 people, Her-: net of 218 donations. i while the evening as dis- :ind The objective was 250 pints I appointing with but 1711 people Letters of nomination for the trio will be sent by the school division to Ottawa, along with credentials, for review by a de- partment selection committee, which convenes early in the new year. Teachers selected will serve a two-year term in Europe teaching children of personnel in the Canadian Armed Forces. of C'ardston graduatcn from tlin Brigham Young University at Die fall convocation with his Master's degree in chemistry. Mr. Atwood, who is a grad- uate of the Cardston High School, has been attending BYU for the past six years. He is accepting a position with the Thatcher Chemical Company in Salt Lake City. He is married to the former Vera Lee Allman of P r o v o, Utah. tag; Attend parley MONARCH (HNS) Rev. John Moerman, accompanied by elder Gerrit Groenweg, are at Nooksack Wash., to attend CJassis Cascades of the Reform- ed Church of America. New equipment TABER (HNS) Sun Alia Potato Processors Lid. has ex- tended its normal (seasonal) shut-down period by four to eight weeks in order that new processing equipment can be installed. nation Plant manager ,1. A. Joe i teron, Nicholson says the 1971-72 pro- cessing season will not be shortened by the shut-down but is temporarily postponed. He did not indicate the nature of plant improvements contem- plated. Meanwhile, the firm's potato storage warehouses will be fill- ed in the normal manner dur- ing the present harvest The plant expects to resume opera- tion sometime in November. Teacher resigns TABER (HNS) Tlie resig- of Mrs. English Frances Dog- instructor at W. R. Myers Junior High School, has resulted in the tem- porary appointment of Mrs. Zelma Giibertson to the posi- tion, and of Mrs. Hazel West on completion of her university training at the end of the year to the permanent post. Ski club slate PINCIIER CREEK (Special) The West Castle Ski Club is planning a very active year. One of the first items of busi- ness dealt with the election of a new slate of officers for the 1971-72 season. The proposed executive slate is J. Booker, president: Dr. L. B. Collins, vice-president; Ken McGurk. secretary-trea- surer; Harry Loucy, technical director; Mrs. M. Cej, ladies' ski day co-ordinator; D. Mc- Kini, social director; Mrs. P. Benson, publicity director; and Wright, Nancy Greene League co-ordinator. Nominations for any or all of these posts will be accepted from the floor at the Oct. 6 meeting in the town hall. Some of the club objectives are to support young racers in the Nancy Greene League, have at least three social func- tions during the year, see that top skiers have continued training to enable them to be- come potential members of the National Ski Team. of blood and hopes were held turning out. ANNUAL FALL SUPPER ST. ANDREW'S UNITED CHURCH HALL CARDSTON, ALBERTA Mon., Oct. 4th to p.m. Aclull! Fnmily Children Under 12 Purchases store PINCHER CREEK' (Speciall Effective Oct. 1, Herb Der will take over the operation of the A. B. C. Confectionary which he purchased recently from Jens Soronsen. Mr. Der has been manager of tlie Pineher Creek and Dis- net Savings and Credit Union I Ltd. until he tendered his res-' ignation to take over the con- fectionary. Mr. Sorenscn assist Mr. and Mrs. Der in getting ac- quainted with the operation of the enterprise. Social night COALDALE ers of the Kate Andrews High School here will be staging a social night from to o'clock Wednesday, Oct. 6, in the school. Parents and all other inter- ested people are invited to come and tour the school and meet the teachers. Conference held MONARCH (HNS) The an- nual fall conference of the Wo- men's Guilds of Union of East Classis Cascades was held at the Monarch Reformed Church. Delegates from Edmonton, Calgary, and Conrad Montana attended. Workshops were con- ducted and election of officers took place. Guest speaker for the after- noon and evening program, was Miss Jean Walvoord director of nursing at the McKay Memor- ial hospital in Taipai Taiwan. Miss Wolvoord, who is on a 6 month furlough, is presently touring the U.S. as speaker for the different conferences of the Reformed Church of America. Her destination from Monarch was B.C. and California. Probe break-ins PLNCHER CREEK (Special) RCMP of Pindier Creek- arc investigating two recent break-ins which occurred here. The Shoe Bos and the Pinch- cr Creek Co-op Store were en- tered and a considerable num- ber of articles were taken. Money presented COALDALE Logging drops in Koolejiavs IT WONT BITE Ricky Yanco, 5, son of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Yanco of Fort Macleod, just doesn't know whether io believe the legend of (he Tiki God of Hawaii or not. The six-fool sculpture belongs to Harry Irwin and stands in the Java Shop at Fort Macleod. Tile name of the Tiki is Mr. Nai Fa. It was carved by the tonga (mayor) of Laie Ouhie in Hawaii and shipped to Vancouver. As God of Peace, Tiki is supposed to bring luck to those who own it. Swihart Photo Roland Cote backs hockey PINCHKR (TiKKK (Spccisii These include a coaching mid At the recent annual meet-1 referee clinic and a hockey ing of the Pineher Creek Hock- school for minor liockcy at. car- cy Association the following of-! ly dates, ficers were elected for the year: Koland Cole, president; Kon Conrad, vice president; Mel Maxtor, secretary treasurer; Knell, ways and means; Frank Bennett, equipment; Hill C'yr. schedule and registra- tions; .lack Marcellus and Ivan P-igford, minor directors; and Jim Mitchell, publicity. A senior director not ap pdinietl, all hough the manager of tl'.e Centennials team will report lo llie. executive. A successful season reported at all levels and ing .season were discussed, Power skating instruction is also planned when minor hock- ey practice commences. To encourage more partici- pation, house leagues will he .set up in all age groups with sufficient numbers enrolled. This, coupled with membership (UN'S) The! Coaldalc Fish and Game As-1 sociation rcccnUv presented ?U72 ID the Coaldalc Sporls- plcx Fund. Dunean Lloyd, president "f the association, made (he donation to Bill Holmes, chair- man of tlie Coaldalc Sportspicx Fund and Mayor A. F. Blakie. The m o n e y was raised through a steer and quilt raf- fle which flic association con- ducted prior lo Coaldalc Set- CKANBHOOK (Speciall- 'lers Day5- Nelson Forest District sawlog i JIr- Holmes and Mayor i scale by the B.C. Forest Ser- Blakic expressed appreciation for September, covering '-'1C association for its gen- East and West. Kootcnay, 1 contribution. More such plummeted in comparison wiih j donations are needed if the the previous September i Sporlsplex is to be completed It tallied only cubic j said Ma-vor A' F- Blakie- feet compared with cubic feet for tlie month in 1970. Most Kootcnay woods prod- uct is exported' to the United States, and the uncertainties of the American surcharge on imports appears ciiief factor in the drop. Species a n a 1 y s i s shows spruce still on top, hut just one- i third its tally of tlie month last year at slightly under two mil-' lion feet. Drop in all major species is about the same radio. Year's scale for 1971. slowly recover- ing the past three "months (o equal 11170's for lhe period, reached only cubic feet including September, i the Hockey busy South Western Minor Association, promises season. As usual, l.he season will commence with mi nor registration at the. arena Ocl. 2 and Registration fees are: Tiny- Mite, pee wee. hanlam, midget, and juvenile, for llie which caused flic hig setback. Scale for llie year to that i date was liri.lilfi.niib feet. r a d n a I improvement in markets and price up to I lie surcharge announcement was steady into August. Lineally sealed minor prod- ucts also fell steeply in Sep- I lembcr, with poles and piles feel compared lo 2M.06Q feet lhe previous September. 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