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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 1HX UtHSRIDGE HEftALD 3 CKONKHITE UCW member for life NEW DAYTON HNS) Mrs. Otto Cronkhite was cently honored when members of tlie United Church Women visited her and presented her with a life membership certifi- cate and pin. The honor came for her long and faithful ser- vice in the organization. Mrs. Cronkhite became member in 1933. At that time her mother, Mrs. L. L. Ed- wards, was president. The or- ganization was known as the Indies Aid. In 1942 it became the Women's Association and in 1962 United Church Women. Through the cycles of change Mrs. Cronkhite has been a continuous member. She was president from 1946 to 1949. Siie worked on many committees throughout the years, raising money with fall bazaars, din- ners "and teas. Mrs. Stewart Skeith, president of tlie UCW, made the presentation and gave a brief analysis of tlie symbols on the pin. It was followed by prayer. A social iiour was enjoyed by members and hostess. Tea was served by Mrs. Cronkhite with Mrs. Stewart Skeith and Mrs. Elton Duell helping. District doings Mrs. Cox reports CrRANUM (HNS) The first tall meeting of the United Churcli Women was held re- cently at the home of Mrs. P Cox with 14 members in attcn Tlie president, Mrs. A. Dun op, opened the meeting by wcl coming the women. The minutes of the last meet ng were read by the sec re ary, Mrs. Kay Cairns. The financial report wa given by the treasurer, Mrs. P Mrs. E. Griffey was in charg of the devotional, assisted b Mrs. W. Laughton, Mrs. L. Bai ev, Mrs. P. Cox and Mi's. S Byer. Harvest ball FORT MACLEOD (HNS) An oldtitne harvest ball will 1 held in Fort Maclcod's EU> Hall Friday, Oct. C, from p.m. till a.m. Lunch will be served. The Country Couples will playing. Everyone is welcome. Meet teachers CARMANGAY (HNS) Grades 7, 8 and 9 studen from Carmangay attended Champion school for a "meet the teachers" meeting. The following mothers from Carmangay were appointed as room mothers for the easuing year: Mi's. Mary Johnson for the Grade 7 room, Mrs. Vivian ixty attend shower Miss Duell honored Granuin library needs funds Churcli begins at I p.m. BELLEVUE (CNP The Bellevue United Church Congregation has announced that beginning on Thanksgiving Sunday, Oct. B, services will be held at 1 p.m. on a continuing the Bellevue Church. Rev. Bob Smith has announc- ed that Thanksgiving Services in the Pass United churches will be held at a.m. in St. .Paul's United Church at Cole man; at H a.m. at the Blair more United Church; at 1 p.m in the Bellevue United Church and at p.m. in the Hill McFarland for Grade 8 and Mrs. Dcreen Miller for Grade 9. Parking officer o be hired Lioiiettcs improve Carmangay CARMANGAY (HNS) Th Lioiiettcs projects of a coinmi nity bulletin board and lille bear-al have now been comple in their permanent place o Main St. The Town of Carmangay i lo be thanl-.ed for pouring ce ment and placing Ilicm who they were building new' sidi walks about town. The bulletin board was d signed by Lionetle Mrs. Heula Ilubka; its construction was I: Frank Teskey. Each Lionette put her ban to painting the dates and Mm of all clubs, organizations an churclies and the dates a n times of their meetings here. There is also a plrice for local meetings and showe being held. The liller bear-al has the words "Feed The Bear" painted by Harold Lcbto. at the guest book and Mrs. Stewart Skeith was master of ceremonies. Mi's. Jerry Beaton pinned a yellow crysanthemum corsage on Miss Duell, a gift from her 'girls, Sharron and Derri. Tlie program consisted of mu- sical numbers by Mrs. Jack Duell, aunt of the bride, and her daughters, Karen, Susanne nd Marilyn; and a humorous etter about or from Mrs. Allan Dun- an, read by Mrs. Hal Cronk- ite. Assisting the bride wilh her jilts were her friends, Mary Jo chill and Joyce Kaupp. Also helping were her cousin, (arcn Duell and her niece, >helley Duell. Lunch was served by the lostesses, Mrs, Joseph Scliill, Mrs. Cletus Kaupp, Mrs. Hal Cronklu'te, Mrs. Stewart Skeith (frs. Tom Cronkhite, Mrs. Cecil >ePratu anl Mrs. Jerry Beat- on. GKANUM (1INS) Tlw an- nual meeting of the Granum and District Centennial Library Board was held recently at the ibrary. Mrs. D. Douglas, chairman, that the library needs 'unds to continue operating. The board will hold a lea, crest United Church. (Oct. CLARESHOLM This town ill hire a part-time employee enforce two-hour parking ith the rate of pay to be de- rmined by the traffic commit- c. It was moved by Mayor Er- ie Patterson that a resolution prepared for the AUMA and letter to the minister of en- ironment requesting a wnement of any legislation re- nesting communities to burn arbage until an investigation as been made to determine ic relative increase in costs nd or alternate solutions to he problem of garbage dispo- al. Council passed a bylaw to XMTDW tor purchase of ewer cleaning equipment. Mr. Smedstad advised that a enior citizens' drop-in centre was opened here recently. He Teachers gather October 6 By VEDN DKCOUX Crowsnest Pass liureau BLAIRMOKE Paul Zubick, superintendent of Crowsn e s t Pass School Division No. 63, has announced the professional development committee has or- ganized a Fall Institute to be held at the Crovsnest Consoli ated High School Friday, Oct The board of trustees is host ng the second annual event students will enjoy a day off Tne institute provides teach ers with the opportunity to par icipale in general sessions, vorkshops, discussions and me- dia techniques right in this rea. Rather than only a certain number of teachers travelling o various centres across the Communion NEW DAYTON HNS) Communion service was hel recently at the United Churc with Rev. Graham Dickie offi elating. Miss Janice Duell was cor ruled and was presented wit he gift of a cross necklace fo ler two years as organist. She is leaving to be marric and will make her home at EI monton. pplied to council for o help defray costs. grani It wa. moved by Councillor Le Gran deur that a grant of hako sale, and display at the library Nov. 16 to commemor- ate Young Canada Book Week. Two door prizes will Ix; offer- ed, one suitable for a girl and one for a boy. Mrs. A. Weerstra, Mrs. H. Schlassberger, Mrs. F. Blair, Mrs. P. Graveland and Mrs. Jl. Hoge were named to Ihe com- mittee to plan the tea. The board will sponsor a pycock sale later in the year. Mrs. T. Mason has resigned as librarian and Mrs. P. Grave- land was appointed to the posi- tion. Others on the library slaft are Mrs. Mayme Robiason and Mrs. Ed Cesar. Little Row Community Club events set CAfiMANGAY (HNS) A program of coming events for the Little Bow Community Club for OctolKT lias been drawn up and the following events f o r everyone have teen arranged. Oct. 10 at 2 p.m. there will be a Thanksgiving program with cards and games and a Thanks- giving lunch. will be served at 12 noon. Oct. 24, members enjoy slides and games. Oct. 31, a Halloween will held. Come dressed in costume and be ready (or fun. Pupil population climbs to 310 at Noble Central NOBLEFORD (Special) in Grade 3; Mrs. Elsie Enrolment al Noble Central' Elder 28 pupils in Grade t; CM. 17, the Golden Mile! School continues its steady Drop-In Centre group Lcthbridge, will be guests Golden Mile singers will be present and there will be oilier -.1. inr Memorial Library whtn SO he held m the United from! 8rowth' rpu J There are 310 pupils and stu women called lo wish her well. The bride's table was decor- ated with a bridal centrepiece flanked liy flower arrange- ments. Assisting with her gifts were Mi's. Rick Duell ami Mrs. Church Hall at 11 a.m. Lunch Bruce Atkins. Lunch was hostesses. served bv Ihe More district pages 40, 41 Correction on loafer rates at P. finite PICTURE BUTTE (HNS) Water rates for those users who reside outside of the Town of Picture Butte's boundaries will be doubled and not all water users as reported by Herald in a recent edition. The Herald regrets this error. There are 24 pupils in Mrs. Erla Sandersons' Grade 5 class and 26 in Mrs. Karen Deimuths' >d 1972-78 Grade 6 class. This is a total dents rcgisterei erm, compared to 290 for the >revious term. There are 14 teachers (taclud- ng librarian, and principal) on staff. Paul M. Goldade is the prin- cipal and Hans Lisiwicz is vice- principal. There are 73 students in Ihe high school, with 2G in Grade 10; 20 in Grade 11 and 27 in Grade 12. New appointments to the staff are Miss lona Elder, who received her experience in Cal- gary; Richard Bennett and Glen Secrctan, both University of LethbricVge products. There are 29 beginners this term, with Miss Elaine Sorg- gard Iheir teacher. Mrs. Linda Tamura has 21 pupils in Grade 12; Miss Marion Tonomura of one teacher to 25.8 pupils. At the junior high level, there are 30 students in Grade 7; 27 pupils in Grade 8 an6 25 pupils in Grade 9, making 82 pupils at :his level. The borne room teachers for these three grades are Miss lona Elder, Richard Bennett and Mrs. Christine Burton. The librarian is Mrs. Luella Siray. She also teaches about one-half of the time. Max Pharis and Glen Sccre- fan complele the staff. Open House and Wedding Dance in Honor Of JANICE DUEfL ond RICK AT- KINS will be held Sat., Oct. 7th 9 p.m. in the New Day- ton Stadium. Friends and rela- llves are Invited. SNOW OUR FINEST FIBERGLASS BELTED SNOW TIRE office at Lelh- Council received a from the Claresholm letter Local Press, E. G. Anderson, publish- er, requesting the names of coLincil, Haff department, and others to be included in a time capsule as part of a corner- stone for the firm's new build- ing. II was moved by Councillor Thnniiis (he Chrcsliolm Local Press be supplied wilh the information requested. Councillor Anderson ap- pointed deputy-mayor for Sep- tember iind October, replacing ,1 a m c s A. Wannamakcr who has resigned. province, where specialists Croups meet for workshop pur- >oses, the specialists are being wrought here. All teachers may participate and benefit. Most of the people coming lo head various group sessions and fccussions are from the provin- cial regional bridge or Calgary. The evening before the insti- tute a (ward feacher get-to- gelher be held. Stead Hooper, consultant in administration, Lethbridge re- gional office, will speak on the Worth Report. Substitute teachers in the di- vision have been invited to at- tend and take part. Members of the Home and School Associa- tion are also welcome. Speakers will be Cal Annis of he Lethbridge regional office; Dr. Guy Doll, Calgary Roman Catholic school district; Car! Peterson, regional office, Cal- gary; .lack Smith, regional Cal- gary office; Muriel Sliortrecd, Lethbridge, Leonard McKenzie. Calgary regional office; Arnold Mangold, .school division 63: Dr. J. M. Thorlacius of Ihe Univer- sity of Lethbridgc; Peler Fitz- gerald of Bellevue; Ed Hender- son of Lethbridge and Mr. Zu- bick of the Crowsnest district. FLYU TRAC SNOW MODERN SERIES 78 DESIGN THE HON. MITCHELL SHARP, MINISTER OF EXTERNAL AFFAIRS will be in ohcndonce at a DINNER MEETING HAWIEY'S GRILL, CLARESHOLM From 5 to 7 p.m. THURSDAY, OCTOBER Also in attendance will be ALLEN SUIATYCKY, MP for Rocky Mountain ANDY McAUSTER, HBERAt CANDIDATE FOR THE CROWFOOT CONSTITUENCY Come and discuss your political affairs. InscrlctJ by Crowfoot liberal Campaign Commilteo Attend parley CARMAXC; A Y I HNS F.lnora Anderron and Don Mill- er, representatives of the local recreation board, attended SCAR meeting at Gleichen re- cently. This was a meeting with Arne Habetler of Calgary, area consultant, for all recreation boards in 2. blackball G78-U C78-1J WHITEWAUS ONLY MORE CHROME REVERSE WHEELS OUR FINEST 4-PLY POLYESTER CORD TIRE Ml SUES F78 G78-14 H78-14 G78-15 M78-15 (855x15) (915x15) ALL SIZES WHITEWAUS No additional freight charge No charge for lire.rnounlina. No trade-in required. FOR COMPLETE BOOK PUBLiSHING CONTACT The Lctlibri.lflC Hin-al PRINTING AND LITHOGRAPHY DIVISION PHONE 327-3203 1 or 328--141I PYROIL WINDSHIELD DE-ICER