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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, October 10, 1970 THC IETHBRIDGE HEKAID 15 Roundup of Newg .r i. tu STUDENT UNION EXECUTIVE Planning an active year at Noble Centre School are these new officers of the junior students' union, standing, left to right: Cheryl Sanderson, treasurer; Kirk Hofman, vice'-president; John Slkya, president, and Joanne weasel Moccasin, secretary. Kneeling, from left: John Shooten, Grade 8 representative; Perry Luchia, Grade 7 representative. Paul Goldale is the advisor. Photo by Lucinda fuchia Cash Bingo NOBLEFORD (Special) The Nobleford branch of the Royal Canadian Legion 257 is making the final arrangements for its cash bingo scheduled for Oct. 23 in the Nobleford Legion Hall. Chicken Supper COALDALE (HNS) The Catholic Women's League of St. Ambrose Church will stage its annual chicken supper from to p.m. Saturday, Nov 21 in the Coaldale Community Hall. Conveners are Mrs. John Van Dyk and Mrs. Jacoba Van Ryn. Referees' Clinic BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) The Pincher Creek recrea- tion office has announced plans are being completed to hold an Alberta Amateur Hockey As- sociation Referees Clinic Oct. 24 and 25. Leo Harrold of Lethbridge, south Alberta zone chairman, will conduct the event. It will include'two hours ice time and a rule book theory session. Persons interested in attend- ing should contact the Pincher Creek recreation office by phoning 627-4322 or writing Box 159. An approximate 53.50 per person fee will be charged to offset expense. HELP US TO HELP OTHERS! The Salvation Army Welfare Services Needs Clothing, Furniture, Toys, Household Effects, CALL 328-2860 FOR PICKUP SERVICE OR LEAVE AT 412 1st AVE. S. SUPER SMORG 1 MONDAY, OCT. 12th S. 12 Noon to 8 p.m. EVERYONE INVITED MOTOR HOTEL M AND RESTAURANT B OFFERING YOU THE FINEST IN CATERING FACILITIES M LARGE OR SMAtL WE CATER TO THEM ALL B PHONE 328-2366 FOR RESERVATIONS 10th AVENUE'AND MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE fl i IN NIGERIA Eliseo (Butch) Bcrdiisco, son of Mr.. and Mrs. Leno Bcrdiisco ot Sparwood, has arrived at Port Harcourt, Nigeria, in llie service of Canadian Univer- sity Students Overseas. He will teach a class of 24 pupils at the government secondary school. He is a graduate of Simon Frascr University. Watches Diet NOBLEFORD (Special) Janice Urvold left for Manitoba recently where she is employed at the University of Winnipeg by Versa Foods as assistant to the manager. She is concerned with super- vision of food preparation and purchasing. She recently grad- uated from the Southern Insti- tute of Technology as a dietary technologist. Girls Get Ice CRANBROOK (Special) Cranbrook girl hockey players are back on ice Sunday after- noons, thanks to intervention of the Cranbrook Recreation Com- mission. Some stout prodding by fath- ers of the 25 or so girls in two teams led to intervention when Cranbrook Minor Hockey Asso- ciation had decided to pre-empt the Sunday afternoon spot for its male players who number up to 600. LSHPHALT J PAVING .'OLLESTRUP SAND and GRAVEL Construction Co. Ltd. Bazaar, Tea PINCHER CREEK (Special) Pensioners are starting an active year when they hold their meeting Wednesday, Oct. 21, in St. John's Parish hall at p.m. R. Graham is president. Saturday, Oct. 24, Pensioners and Senior Citizens will hold the annual bazaar and tea in St. John's Anglican Hall from 2 to 5 p.m. Honor Couple MAGRATH (HNS) Open house for Mr. and Mrs. Brook Barker was held in the Ma- grath Assembly Hall banquet room. Mr. and Mrs. Orrin Nelson welcomed guests. Receiving with the bride and groom were their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Barker of Magrath and Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Thomas of Grace, Idaho. Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo Davies seated guests at small tables. Guest register was kept by Miss Joy Barker while Mrs. Vern Wakefield arranged gifts assisted by Misses Lori Ann Davies and Susan Harker. Lunch was served by Misses Wendy Coleman, Lynn Gibb, Mary Kay Chipman, Carolyn Leishman and Mrs. Dean (Greta) Anderson, Mrs. Garth (Charlotte) Veale. Mrs. Watson Ririe was in charge of arrangements. During .the evening Miss Jane Kadonaga played piano selec- tions. Mark Harker sang "Where is Love" accompanied by Mrs. G. Anderson and a duet by Hussel and Dianna Nelson of Leth- bridge was enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs. Brook Harker have returned to Rexburg. Idaho, where both are attend- ing Rick's College. ATA Director TAEER (HNS) Thomas J. Parkinson of Retlaw was elect- ed director for Taber S'chool Di- vision No. 6 to the executive of Zone 6, Alberta School Trustees Association, at t h e board of trustees' recent meeting. Mr. Parkinson advised the board of a zone convention at Lethbridge Friday, Oct. 16, at which all members of the board and top staff members will be present. Eagles Meet NATAL (HNS) Michel Aerie No. 1864, Fraternal Order of Eagles, met here with John Romancewicz presiding. B.C. p r o v i ncial president R. H. Johnson of Burnaby, B.C., be making his first official visit Oct. 16. j The members present also decided to forego the second Eagles fish derby of the year that was planned due to the lateness of the vear. Season Ends For Wardens, Girl Guards PINCHER CREEK An overnight hike was The camping season, at Hie at Beaver Lake. Lynx -Creek Junior Forest War den and Girl -Forest Guards camp is over for another sea- son, and a very successful camp has been recorded. Larry Nelson of Colenian was held ing of meals and some of the i clean-up Gerald Gibson, organizer ofj the Lynx Creek ed excellent volunteer the co-operation cf parents j other interested people. The Junior Forest Warden's Alberta has been the movement is vaiuauie in build- communications between i and adults. The Lynx ip report- program in Alberta has and I rapidly expanding and ond'movement is valuable in t THE SEA National Film Board producer Colin formerly of Cardston, works on a model of a mountain range in preparation for film- ing a scene from the NFB production The Sea. The Sea, taking film board crews to locations around the world is being directed by Bane Jovanovic. It is scheduled for completion next Spring. two months, with a total of 100 campers attending. Eleven Indian boys from the Napi Friend ship Association also attended camps of their age group. The camp program consisted of lectures on bush survival, pollution, overnight hikes, swimming, responsibility to- wards each other, and discus- sions on .the Warden movement. Enrolment Dips VULCAN School enrol- ment in the County of Vulcan has dropped by 110 with students enrolled compared to last September. The decrease is mainly due to a heavy drop in the num- ber of elementary pupils from last year to 942 this term. Grade 1, with a drop from 176 last term to 119 this year, had the largest decrease. 8 Volleyball Teams TABER (HNS) The Vaux- hall and W. R. Myers (Taber) High School volleyball teams will enter the South'West Con- ference volley ball league this year, bringing the number of teams in the league to eight, j The board's approval was conditional on all games play- ed by the two teams to be with- in the Taber division (all home parents wishing to register their games) with total gate receipts children in the Kiddie Kapers going to the visiting I Kindergarten will be held in the new and unique arrangement Library Building at 8 p.m., Wed- agreed to by the other teams. I nesday, Oct. 14. KINDERGARTEN PICTURE BUTTE (Special) A preparatory meeting for UNRESERVED TRUCK, EQUIPMENT, CAR AUCTION SALE NO LIMIT-NO RESERVE 10 a.m. SHARP. INDOORS MONDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1970 Location: miles West .of Edmonton on Highway No. 16 end VA miles South to Auction Site. Selling over 100 units for Alberta Government Telephones, and ATO sawmills. Also selling for other contractors and companies. Equipment coming in every day so we are able to list everything. Please write for flyers. Summary: On this Unreserved Sale there will be over one hundred and fifty (150) units Trucks, Carryalls, Cab and Chassis, Tandems, 4x4's, Panels, Broncos, Sation Wagons, Cars. Years ranging from 1970 as new to 1963 models mileage as low as miles. Truck? from Tons, 1 Tons, 2 Tons, 3 Tons up to Tandem Diesels. All of A.G.T. units have new point jobs, windshields and have gone through their shop to be checked completely. These units will be sold at 10 a.m. sharp. We will have approx. 100 other pieces of equipment Crawler makes dozers, etc. Winches D7D and D7N as new W Drott Logging Grapple and Logging Forks Prentice loader C4 Tree Farmer Mara- thon Gang Saw Monarch Planing Mill Power Units Trim Saw, End Power Saws, Sharpeners 55 Massay Harris Diesel More Logging and Sawmill Equipment 40 and 45 ft. Hi-boy Kitchen Sleeper Unit Trailers Shop Tools