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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Roun Slate elected MILK RIVER (HNS) J. McCoy was elected president of the Milk River Cemetery Com- pany with Gerald Tomfohr vice-presittont and Mrs. Betty- Joe Tomlhor secretary trea- surer. Fences on three sides of the cemetery need to be re- placed and a front gate needs enlarging. Those willing to as- sist in these projects arc ask- ed to contact Eugene Tomfohr. Opening social STIRLING (HNS) The opening social of the Relief Society of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latlcr-c'ay Saints was held here recently. President Edna Baker corned 45 women and invitei Everyone lo attend meetings be ginning Oct. 4. Following a luncheon, Eva Penguilly introduced the pro gram. Touchers Introduced their News Health centre subjects. Beverly Mcrlz gives ramemaking; Eudora Oler, spiritual living lesson; Virginia Peterson, mother training les- sons; Ruth Zaugg, social rela- ;ions; anil Margaret Zaugg, leaches cultural refinement les- sons. Eva Pengilly gives the visit- ing teacher messages. Elementary school children sang under the direction of Mrs. Dorothy Drewry. Mrs. Fern Hicken gave a comic reading of a young farm boy coming lo the city. An original skit, "Little Red Riding-Hood goes to Relief Soc- by Mrs. Hortense Hir- sche, was a success. Stake leader Zelcta Holt and Bishop William Hogenson were honored guests. Correction COALDALE (HNS) The first meeting of the season for the Pioneer Girls and the Boys Brigade will commence at p.m., Friday, Oct. G, in I h County teaching staff COALDALE (HNS) Lelh-] bridge County 20 recently re- leased (he list of teachers for the 1972-73 term. Kate Andrews High School, Coaldale: J. E. Harold Hun- trods, principal; Frank W, Fea- therslonc, vice-principal; Mrs. Margaret Aim Wier, librari- an; Mrs. E. Ruth Blakie, Char- les W. Bryant, Mrs. Marguerite M. Bryant, Charles C. Coe, J. Bandy Friescn, Mrs. Garrow, Eugene Gregorash, Mrs. Gladys Hart, Neil G. Hor> lacher, Dick Humphreys, Rich- ard Y. Kanashiro, Pius A. Lab- olevech, Mrs. Jeanne B. Low, Mrs. Mary Ann McLaughlin, Michael Peterson, Russell M. Purdy, Edward J. Ryan, Les- lie G. Santa, Tom Sterenherg, Mrs. Ada Turner, Deloy Wight and Arnold Hougan. R. I. Baker School, Coaldale; .Tames 11. Parks, principal; Murray J. Robison, vice-prin- cipal; Mrs. Joyce A. Trcbble, librarian; junior high: Miss Delores E. Eerie, Florian R. Cook, Robert M. Findlay, Miss I t ry E. Funk, Clifford L. Har- vey, Mrs. A. Rill, Keitli E.- Jovgcnsen, Paul Lis- 1-j, William J. McGrath, Mis. Marjorie McLeod, Terrance J. O'Donnell and Donald J. Schie- Ike; elementary section: Mrs. Marjorie F. Girbav, Miss Anne Dueck, Miss Elaine K. Murray, Mrs. Valerie J. Munton, Mrs. Velma 0. Attwood and Miss Elizabeth N. Petker. John Davidson School (ele- Peter Slcrnko, prin- cipal; Ichio I. Ibnki, vice-prin- cipal; Miss Ethel Korth, librar- ian; Miss Susie Mrs. Donna J. Navratil, Mrs. Minnie B. Matthews, Mrs. Ida Wiens, Mrs. Wendy Jo Davidson, Mrs. Carol Hanson, Miss Agnes M. Penner, Mrs. Jeraldine L. Bol- ton, Miss Ema M. Penner and Mrs. Jennie Emery, special ed- ucation. oatda'n Mcnnonilo Brethren hurch. It is open to all girls and oys 8 lo 18 years of ago. Interested persons arc re- uestecl tc register as soon as osslble by phoning J15-3500. 75th birthday MILK RIVER (HNS) Al- Thielen, of Milk River re- ently celebrated his 75lh birth- 'ay. After a 400 mass, a family upper was held in the Roman latholic Church basement. A dance was held In the Elks Hall. Ten of Mr. Thielcn's children were present for the occasion Mrs. Elmer Miller of Milk River, Mrs. Francis Wilson o Taljer, Mrs. Loretta Schartzen bergcr of Picture Butte, am Mrs. Charles Roth of Tabcr. Also in attendance were Mrs Lou Giroux and Mrs. Jack Nel son of Edmonton while Her man Thielen came from Cal gary and Paul Thielen cam from Coulls. Mrs. KM Thompson of Til ley was also on hand. Students gain experience in Taber work program TABER (HNS) Following ,he pattern set by a number of ocal private businesses, the Town of Taber is supporting the student work experience pvo- gram set up through the high school. After a keen debate the benefits of the program and the ability of town staffs to carry Oil on their work, support of the program came out victorious and council agreed to hire two students, a girl in the office and a bov in the shops. Under the program, a slufcnt I would have to finance an add must be employed for a total 125 hours per semester to oual- NATAL UINS) The coun cil of the District of Spanvow has received estimates for the construction of a new health centre on Uie Civic Con Ire building. The estimates were for a basement to be used as a futur library. The estimates were for the main floor and for the basement for a tota including fees, of about The estimates were requestec after the provincial health de- partment indicated it coul make available for th new wing. That coupled with the available from the sale of th health centre in Natal and th already invested in Ian and services at the Civic Cen trc site, brings the new proposa well in line. It v.'nuld mean that the coun cil and taxpayers in Spanvoo tional SG.003 for a basemci room would bs dcsigna ify for specified credits. F.achled for a library at a futur be paid 75 cents an hour. date. VVcdneiday, October 4, 1972 THE tETHBRIDGE HERAID collected in cancer Hght BLA1RMOR1C (CNP Bureau) Mrs. Irene McNeil, chair- lan of Ihe 1U72 Cancer Fund Campaign which ended Sept. 0, has announced that a total of 52.K2 has been collected. The figure represents all memorial donations and all funds collected by the Canvas- sers who covered the Crows- nest Pass Unit No. 4. The area includes the Beaver Mines area, the Oldman River area north of Lundbreck east to Cow- ley and all of the Crowsnest Pass towns west to Sentinel. TV booster site changed PINCHER CREEK (Special) In regards to the TV booster station, in which the Town of Every 2 years NATAL (HNS) The Coal Mines Act requires that anyone working in a "dust condition area" is required to take a medical every two years, as a condition of employment. Kaiser Resources Limited pays wages during the time taken for a medical and also pays the cost of the medical. The coinpany has made ar- rangements for those in [he Crowsnest Pass to have their medicals at the Crowsnest Pass clinic at Blairmore. Those at Spanvood may have the medi- cal at the Michel. Hospital clinic. In Fernie there are two clinics and employees may sel- ect either. An objective of was set for the area. Mrs. McNeil has extended thanks to all who donated to the fund and to the canvassers who did an excellent job. The annual meeting of the Unit will be held in St, Anne's Catholic Hall in Blairmore at 8 p.m. Nov. 27. All interested persons are urged and welcome to at- tend the meeting. Pincher Creek is Interested, It appears the original site at the water tower, southwest of town, doesn't meet with the salisfac- ion of government engineers. Ron Kordquist of CFCN says the government recommends that a site at the micro-wave lower east of town is more sa- tisfactory. During the past two weeks CFCN has been conducting tests from this site. The water tower site was test- ed early in the planning stages and seemed to meet local re- quirements to accommodate both CJOC and CFCN. As soon as the site Is chosen, the application will go to the Canadian Radio and Television Commission. Channels are yet to be selected. It is hoped there won't be too long a delay before the booster station is a reality. Miss Reroii showered with gifts ETZIKOM (HNS) A mis- cellaneous chowcr was held in the Hoping Community Cen- tre recently to honor Miss Mary Reron, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Felix Heron of Letb- bidge. To assist the bride-to-be In tha unwrapping of her gifts were the prospective groom's sisters Roxann and Jennifer Flexhaug. Miss Sar.dy Thompson display- ed the gifts. A table cloth from the Sacred Heart Faith Wo- men's League was signed and will later lie presented to tha bride-to-be. Sewage lagoon construction Coalhurst Elementary School ?ennelh C. Russell, principal Mrs. Ruth R. Szteina, Mrs Sarbara L. Clifton, Mrs. Lea D. Argue, Mrs. Violet L. Fish bourne. Mrs. Janet I. Groene weg, Mrs, Pauline Crilchfielc and Mrs. J, Darlene Gallimore librarian. Coalhurst High School: Her- man T. Gom, principal; Mrs. Janet Alexander, Mrs. Mary H. Bole, Miss Madeleine C. Brown, Mrs. Allison D. Carlson, Willi- am Dyck, Ernest B. G. Van Soest and Kenneth C. Way. Hardievitle School elemen- Mrs. Amelia R. Coun- land, principal; Mrs. Jane E. Raisbeck and Mrs. M. Irene Talarico. Huntsville School (elemen- James N. Asplund, Mrs. Margaret M. Warren and Mrs. Joyce A. Jorgensen. McNally School: Donald C. Patterson, principal; Robert H. Thornton, vice-principal; Mrs. Shirley M. Mayeske (jvmior and Mrs. Glcnna F. Heg- gie, librarian: elementary sec- :ion: Miss Bonnie J. Michaelis, Mrs. June M. Hood, Mrs. Betty Lnco and Mrs. Sandra Kropf. Noble Central School: Paul Goldale. principal; Hans J. Lisowicz, vice principal; Mrs. Luella E. Siray, librarian; high school section: Richard L. Ben- nett, Mrs. Christine Burton Miss lona G. Elder, Max G. Pharis and Glenn C. Secretan- elementary section: Mrs. Karen G. Deimuih, Mrs. Erla A. San- derson, Mrs. Klsie M. Edler. Miss Marian M. Tonomura, Mrs. Linda G. Tamura and Miss A. Elaine Sorgard. Dorothy Dagliesh School, Pic- ture Butte Aldo M. Bianchini, principal; John L. Bolton, vice-principal; Miss Noreen S. Nishiyama, librarian; Melvin Bergman, Mrs. Elaine .M. Dick, Mrs. Nona Craig, Mrs. Sheila Medori, Mrs. Carillon H. Purvis, Mrs. Mary A. Mclntyre and Mrs. Coral E. Thomas, special education. Picture Buttc High School: Gwge K Hanna, principal; Marion K. Court, vice-princi- pal; Douglas G. Dudley, vice- nrinripal; Ned W. Woodruff, li- brarian; R. K. Ahuwalia, Char-; les M. Alien. Donad J. Beck-' hind. Bryan Ellefson. Mrs. ErI- th M. Enns, Evan W. Evans, Earl D. Gibbons, C. Ross Har- vcy, Miss Maureen A. Jenkins, Grant 0. Johnson, Dennis R. King, Miss Linda King, Jack N. Lowery, Kenny MacKenzie, Thomas L. Marsden, Mrs. Mary A. Oikawa, A. Lloyd Peacock, Ian W. Sewall, George W. Smith, Mrs. Charmaine K. Su- cher. Mrs. Edith Svanes, Douglas A. Thompiv. Carl A. Young and L. Harold Harris. progressing MAGRATH (HNS) Mayor K. I'. Tanner reports progress is being made on the sewei lagoon under construction east of town above Pothole Creek. Since regulations were pass- ed by the government prohibit- ing raw sewer disposa 1 into streams, the new treatment la- goon was necessary. Craig Construction of Pincli- er Creek has the contract. Cost of will be shared by the government. Towr. c mi iic i 1 is wa i t ing f o r consent of home-owners con- cern c6 in a nrw dcvelopmenl which will make bark portions of long lots more accessible. At present there is a shortage of good building lots close to town f a c 11 i lies. Several residents have agreed to sell part of largo lots they no longer re- quire. Council find the chamlxr of commerce will meet with K. W. Ilinmaii ami Dr. Papro- ski, represfinlative from Er monton, regarding a commu-! nest Consolidated high school j nity hospital complex, at the in the school auditorium on Sat-1 townoffico on Thursday, Oct. 5, unlay Oct. 21. nt 8 p.m. Investigations have The supper Pot-luck supper set by students COLEMAN (CM> Bureau! A pot-luck supper is hcing held by the students of the been conducted on the possibil- ity of combining (he municipal hospital, an auxiliary unit and nursing home. be -served I from 5 to p.m. and fca- turcd will be spaghetti, cab- bage rolls, chilli and ham, roast beef and turkey. Pension plan sessions set for Blairmore, Thicker manager of the Leth- bridge district office of the Pension i'lan, J. C. 'r'.'il) Umil'liai il, to in- h. in Ihe residents of (lie Fol- lowing arra Hiat H. F. Yiney in rillendanro al Building Oct. B, 10 a.m. to p.m. IMMIIIKIl CltKKK Town Hall Oct. 0 a.m. to 12 noon. Anyone wishing tf> take Fid- vantage of Ibis sorviro is cor- 11I..MHMOIU-: Kerftr ulldlally Invited lo do (W, TheTimelsNow The elegant pigskin coat. It's a brave new spirit. The smooth, soft sueded natural pigskin Luxurious. So luxurious you just sink into the whole glorious thing. Opuiant detachable fur trims. Mmm...chic. And the quilted rayon liner keeps you warm as matter how low the temperature drops. Suede clean.bocfy. Furrier clean trim. Sizes 1D-20. The pigskin coat. The ultimate a-Belted, chic looK. Natural blue fox trim. Bark b-A sportier feeling. Natural red fox trim. Zig-zag stitching, wrap style belt, pockets. Nectar. Quality Cosls No More At ITORE HOURS: Opon Daily 9 o.m. lo p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 am. to 9 p.m. Village. 328-9231 ;