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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Marianne Ondrus Wins Medal By VERN DECOUX large gathering of students and The Elks lodge scholarships presented Jjy Jerome P Roundup of D 1 Crowinest Fuss Bureau COLEMAN Marianne Ondrus was honored at a scholarship night in the Horace Allen School auditorium before Miss Ondrus received the Governor General's Medal for the highest standing in the Crowsnest Pass Pinchcr Creek Inspectorate. Other presentations were made during the evening to the students of the 1969 classes in the Horace Allen School. Miss Nettie Anne Krug received the Crowsnest Pass School Division Board scholarship from trustee Mrs. Lorraine Aiello for the highest marks in grade 7. Mrs. Erna Malanchuk presented the Dr. R. B. Burgman award for the highest standing in grade 8 to Miss Paulette mgnest standings in graae a went to John Kulig and Marianne Ondrus. Exalted Ruler Ron Callings made the presentation. Mrs. Alma Roughcad, on behalf of the Pytliian Sisters presented the Pythians award to Rudy Szymanek for second Ugliest standing in grade nine and the honors award went to Ted Weryschko. Mrs. Aiello presented other School Division scholarships to James Proc, Barbara Broddy and Gina Manfrin. The Lions Club award was presented by Arthur Juhlin to Rosemary Bacovsky, David Truch and George Tulissi for their achievements. Mrs. R. Quarin presented the M. D. McEachern Home Economics award to Irene Rojkow-ski and Miss Rojkowski and Marilyn Ehlert tied for the Knights of Columbus "Lou Huntley" memorial award presented by Jerome Rejman. Frank Capron, presented the Ray Spillers award to Miss Rojkowski and Miss Barbara Broddy. The Coleman Former Volunteer Fire Brigade Award and the Dr. Ann Kerr awards ausan rroc. Miss Maureen Payne was the winner of the Allen Chemistry prize presented by Mr. Allen and the Royal Purple Award from Mrs. Mary Bowman for the highest standing in grade 12. Coffee and d o n u t s were served at the conclusion of the Tonight MAGRATH (HNS) Ma-grath Home and School meeting will be held in the home economics room Monday, Oct. 19, at 8 p.m. A special program of "Meet the Parents" has been arranged. Handicrafts PICTURE BUTTE (Special) The handicrafts club is reorganized for the fall season. Interested women meet every second Monday at 7.30 p.m. in the library building. It is proposed to work with Artex, to do batik (textile to 'do Christmas displays, wall, hangings and leather work. New members are welcome. Winter Swimming PICTURE BUTTE Special) Swimmers from north county recreation area will attend the winter swim program this fall. Through the assistance of the department of youth, which has set up the clinic, they will be allowed to use the Fritz Sick pool at Lethbridge. The clinic will be held every Saturday. Start Calendar COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) -Clint Rasmussen, chairman of the Coleman Lions Club community calendar committee, has announced that plans are now under way for the 1971 calendar. Telephone committee members will phone everyone listed on the 1970 calendar. A house to house canvass is also being organized. The calendar will also list fire halls and other Rink COALDALE (HNS) The outdoor skating rink received its first flooding recently said Mayor Ron Low It w'ill be flooded once more before before freezeup to thoroughly saturate the ground. This is being done to avoid problems and costs 'later when the rink is flooded for freezing and skating. Lagoon Progress COALDALE (HNS) Mayor Ron Low said the moisture content in the earth was recently just right for the packing of the banks on the new sewer lagoon excavation. Mayor Low is in charge of the water and sewer department. He said the lift station excavation has been completed. AH work is progressing favorably on the sewer expansion program. H the weather holds work can continue. Cement pouring for the lift station can commence next week with, good weather. Trim Hedges COALDALE (HNS) Resi-dents with hedges or trees on corner lots less than 30 feet from the street have been ordered to trim them. Council wants to improve visibility for motorists at intersections. At a recent meeting of council complaints were received from residents who had been requested by the town's public work department to do the necessary trimming. A survey by ths public works staff found 57 corner lots with shrubbery not conforming eel the Mi. bri Ra tak 1 wit wlu der ter ant A cor pla L hos V. N. ler, n Mr tur B.C tivi Ant of ver 1 fon Spr mu, C ow riot the ion A abo vill afte >eei Tl ano 5ne Board Governs Surveys CLARESHOLM (HNS) Willow Creek school board made a ruling that in future any survey in the schools .must first be submitted for approval to the board. The Claresholm recreation department recently sent a survey to principals in the division asking about use of school facilities by community organizations. Trustee Bob Lindsay said "We have not turned down any application for the use of schools for recreation Board Won't Pay Land Tax CLARESHOLM (HNS) Willow Creek school board passed a motion by Howard H u d d 1 e that it refuse to pay the new land tax submitted by the Town, of Fort Macleod. The tax would amount to more than That town was the first to levy a tax on school grounds under the new Families Probe Boundary Extension CRANBROOK (Special) Pinecrest residents, 63 families in a prestige suburb just outside east city limits, will decide over the next few weeks their wishes concerning city inclusion. Main motive in circulating a petition is provision of sewer, with Cranbrook engineering department estimates at over for the required trunk. City policy is to extend trunks at city expense as development requires, but Pinecrest is separated at present by some feet of the undeveloped Haras Property from the present east Heads Ski Club PINCHER CREEK (Special) The West Castle Ski Club recently elected Harry Louey president. New officers are Fritz Wuth, vice-president; Carolee White, secretary treasurer; Robert Neish, technical chairman. The local club is endeavoring to attain the status of a social and racing club. Mr. and Mrs. J. Miller hosted the At Barnw BARNWELL (HNS) Enrolment at the Barnwell School has jumped from 169 in June to 192 students at the present time. Classes begin at a.m., an additional 30 minutes of instruction per day. Pupils will be, rewarded with a loneer Leaps ell School is a half-day teacher. Mrs. Betty Anderson is a school-aide, assisting with library work as well. The Barnwell School has a band. Milton Iverson, head band master of the Taber School Division, comes out j _____ M r> _____ Monday, October 19, 1770 THE LETHBRIDOl HJRAID Wins Top Award COALDALE (HNS) County of Lethbridge students recently received awards as follows: FWUA Award for outstanding work. in Grade 9 language to Janet Russell and presented by Mrs. Grace Alexander. Safe Driving Classes Set .CLARESHOLM (HNS) Wil- low Creek school board has ap- proved a request by the Alberta Safety Council to use local school facilities to conduct classes in safe driving. H. R. Ross, school superin- tendent, said it was a good course and consists of eight eve- ning classes in defensive driv- ing. Stewart Broxburn Sugar Beet Growers Award for outstanding work in Grade 9 science to Brett Drewry and presented by Mrs. Mona Murray. The WSsan White Coffimijmfy Award for ir mathematics to Craig Slei and presented by Mrs. Cynthi Russell. The County Sports A war (class champion at Southern Alberta Games) to D e b o r Boulton presented by W. D Geldert. Home and School Associatio Scholarship for highes Grade 9 standing to Janet Rus sell, presented by Mrs. Bonni Osmond. HOSPITAL PATIENT NOBLEFORD (HNS) Mrs John Havinga is a patient in the St. Michael's Hospital, Leth bridge. for harrowing is a goad reason for ten ding understand and help because in our 92 years we've seen... and solved... just about any kind of money problem you can imagine. When you need to borrow to pay bills, buy a better car, take a vacation, or accomplish some other important purpose .we're glad to help; And we provide a wide choice of con- venient repayment terms. Bring your money need to us today. Let us show you why, every year, more than 2yz million people borrow with confidence from Household Finance. Apply for your loan by phone. We'll supply your loan by mail. AMOUNT OF M 41 3i months 5 30 11 Itiontas 18.35 32.86 1! months We 28.3; 51.24 91.56 100 300 5SO moo 1600 2500 3000 1000 92.59 123.46 113.38 151.17 Ahove paymtnli principal and initial nnii irf. tuned on prompt repayment but da not Intluda toiio' life liuuruu. HOUSEHOLD FINANCE LETHBRIDGE 506-4th Avenue 327-1511 (two doors west of Krcsgos) Ask about our ci'i'tring hours holiday beginning June 10. Mrs. Arvilla Anderson is the librarian. The school staff: Miss Mary Anderson, Grade 1; Mrs. Willa Fedor, Grade 2; Mrs. Joanne Anderson, Grade 3 (she is a new teacher in the Lloyd Erickson, Grade 4; Mrs. Lucille Perry, Grade 5; Mrs. Ruth Ann Johnson, Grade 6; James B. Johnson, Grade t teacher and vice-principal; and Rex C a h o o n, Grade 7 and Orade. 9 teacher, and also the principal. Mrs. Dorothy Francis Etzikom Club Plans Sale ETZIKOM (HNS) The Etzi- kom Community Club held its meeting at the home of Mrs Sandy (Jessie) Davis recently with 17 members answering the roll call which was to be dressed in a Halloween cos- tume or pay 50 cents. The 40 Anniversary of Mr and Mrs. Mike Ondrik was held in the Etzikom Commun- ity Hall Oct. 17. The smorgasbord, bake sale and quilt draw that will be helc in the Etzikom Community Hal on Nov. 12 was also discussed It was reported the Faith Union Cemetery sign has been placed over the Cemetery gate. Mrs. Simmon (Ellen) Heitrick was the winner of the tea prize after which lunch was served by the hostess assisted by her sister Mrs. Ben (Rose) Burger and Leona Chesney. The next meeting is sched- uled for Nov. 4, a week earlier }ue to several more details to be discussed before the smor- gasbord and will be held at the iiome of Mrs. Pius (Thekla) Stales. Shower Held ENCHANT (HNS) A mis- cellaneous shower was held in the hall recently, in honor of Miss Virginia Sander of Leth- bridge whose marriage to Randy Howg of Enchant will take place this month. The head table was decorated with purple streamers and white bells. Helping Miss San- der with her gifts were her sis- ter Patty S'ander of Lethbridge and her cousin Terry Sanche. A friend from Lethbridge re- corded and Joann Gulliver placed them. Lunch was served by the hostesses: M. Snider, 0. Wiesl, V. Wiest, J. Wiest, E. Olson, N. Olson, A. Dickout, I. Tich- ler, C. Peterson and M. Snider. Returns Home IRON SPRINGS (HNS) Mrs. W. VanderFlier has re- turned home from Abbotsford, B.C., where she attended fes- tivities honoring Mr. and Mrs. Anton Imanse on the occasion of their silver wedding anni- ;rsay. Mr. and Mrs. Imanse are former residents of the Iron Springs and Picture Butte com- Quits TV Body CLARESHOLM (HNS) Wil- low Creek school board decided riot to continue membership in he Southern Alberta Educa- ional TV Association this year. A decision on a language aboratory for Nanton School vill be made at a later date after bids from suppliers have >een studied. The board decided to tease another 48-passenger bus from Snerson Motors at a cost of per month for M months. Bake Sale Set TABER (HNS) Taber Stake LDS Church Relict So- ciety will present its "Caroscl" at the Taber Stake Centre at 6 p.m. Friday, Nov. G. The bazaar, bake sale, snack bar and fish pond is a family affair. This will be the final Relief Society bazaar, the fund-rais- ing responsibility now revert- ing from the women's or- ganization back to the stake and ward organizations throughout the church. Topsoil Available COALDALE (HNS) Top- soil from the excavation of the new sewer lagoons will be sold by the town after council sets a price per cubic yard. The town will have about yards to sell. Topsoil will not be sold until the excavation work is com- pleted. Need Coaches SPAR WOOD (HNS) Rec- reation commission chair- man John Walmsley stated of- fers have been received from persons willing to coach minor hockey teams. It was hoped a few more coaches can be found. A minor hockey association at Sparwood is the goal. Ice time for high school stu- dents wishing to curl will be from 4 to 6 p.m. COMPLETES COURE COALDALE Kemper, assistant secretary- treasurer of the town, recently completed a course in public administration. Mr. Kemper took the studies by correspon- dence. Nomination Day Oct. 28 CLARESHOLM Wednes- lay, Oct. 28 is nomination day or the Municipal District of Willow Creek No. 26. The terms of office of three councillors Till have expired. They include Ellis Oviatt for Division 7, Stavely Parkiand area; John Zoeteman, Division East and North" Macleod; 'om Blunden Division 1 South 'ort Macleod. Returning officer A. M. Gib- 011 will be in attendance at the 'lunicipal Administration of- ice at Claresholm on nomina- ion day from 10 a.m. to 12 noon or the purpose of receiving ominations of candidates for lie three vacancies. Probe School Act TABER (HNS) _ The new chool act and its affect on the general public will bo discuss- by W. R. Myers High School irincipal James L. George at he Oct.. 19 meeting of the Ccn- ral Parent Teacher Associa- io November will mark the 10th innivorsary the CPTA, ONE DAY ONLY ON All MERCHANDISE INCLUDING OUR FOOD DEPT. TUESDAY, OCT. 20TH SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY CHEERFULLY REFUNDED ;