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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Soturdoy, October 23, 1971 - THf lETHBRtDOE HERALD - 3 HONOR RETIRING NURSE - Mrt. Joyce Dziedzie, right, president of the Crows-nest Pass Chapter of the Alberta Association of Registered Nurses, congratulates retiring nurse Mrs. Margaret Johnson, centre. Mrs. Nettie Kinnear, vice-president, presented a gift from the staff of the Crowsnest Pass General Hospital. First president of the 'Pass chapter of the AARN, Mrs. Johnson hs been very active in other Coleman organizations. -Vern Decoux Photo Recreation begins Oct. 26 at Etzikom ETZIKOM (HNS) - The Recreational Association held its first fall meeting recently in the Etzikom School with 23 members and five guests present. Executive until the December re-election is: Joe Stappler, president; Mr. Harold Halvor-son, vice-president; Clarence Robinson, secretary; Mrs. Ron (Marg) Davis, treasurer; and directors Pastor David Shaaf, Neil Slimmons and Warren Pen-ner. It was decided recreational activities will start Oct. 26 with cards from 8 to 11 and badminton and ping pong from 7 to 12. The next meeting will be held Nov. 4 in the Etzikom School. VISIT SISTER ENCHANT (HNS) - Mr. and Mrs. John Martin of Victoria, B.C., have spent a week here visiting Mr. and Mrs. Harry Severtson. The two women are sisters. foundup ol f District 1 Mew ts) Sportsmen meet FORT MACLEOD (Special) - The Fort Macleod Fish and Game Association hosted members of the Claresholm club at the regular meeting. Guest was Edmontonian Paul Marks, Alberta Fish and Game secretary-manager. Discussion on pollution and environmental control was the theme of the evening. Wildlife officer Ron Black of Claresholm and MLA Leighton Buckwell spoke on strip mining, coyote control and hunter and landowner problems. Thanksgiving FORT MACLEOD (Special) - Thanksgiving services to commemorate the 97th anni versary of the founding of the Town of Fort Macleod were observed in Christ Anglican Church recently. Rev. Ronald Hunt, resident minister, spoke on the past and admonished his listeners to take the challenge the future has to offer. He said: "If the spirit of our founders could be revived Fort Macleod would be better for it; so would Canada; so would all mankind!'' Attend funeral FORT MACLEOD (Special)-Fort Macleod native daughter Mrs. Ian Hutchinson, the former Phyllis Hodnett, died after a long illness in Salmon Arm, B.C. Her twin brother, Phillip Hodnett, and Mrs. Hodnett attended (tie funeral. Tops NAIT class FORT MACLEOD (Special) ~ Fredrick William Moses, eld-eat son bf Mr. an) Mrs. Owen Moses, topped his class at the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology. He was awarded the midterm and final scholarships for his endeavors in the sign-writing course. ATTEND THE 195 HEAD HOISTEIN DAIRY SALE 11:00 a.m., Oct. 26 at the VANDENBERG FARM 2'/j miles west and 2 miles north of Picture Butte, Alberta. Most of the herd in full production or will freshen shortly after the sale. Hammon and Oseen, Turin Auctioneers. Terms Cash. Phone 403-732-4993 for details. Tour customs COUTTS (HNS) - About 70 students from Out Bank, Mont., came to Coutts recently by two buses for an educational tour of the customs and immigration buildings. Officers from the customs and immigration conducted the orderly tour through the two buildings, explaining to the students and their supervisors the procedures used by these officers. To visit lodge FORT MACLEOD (Spedal)-Mountain View Rebekab Lodge will have a visit from Mrs. Maggie Vickers of Red Deer. She is warden of the Rebekab Assembly. She is coming Oct. 26. Pastor arrives ENCHANT (HNS) - The new pastor for the Lutheran Church, Rev. J. Rismiller has arrived. He is married with one child. They will be living in Lomond. LDS parley RAYMOND (HNS) - Members of the Taylor Stake LDS Church will gather Saturday and Sunday for the annual fall conference. President Fay H. Walker will preside. Conference business will be conducted by the Stake presidency elders Walker, Fans Zaugg and Thomas Karren. The Sunday 10 a.m. general session will be an open meeting. Saturday meetings are for stake and ward officers who have been given invitations. New arrivals FORT MACLEOD (Special)-New arrivals here are Mr. and Mrs. Merv Dusyk, formerly of Saskatchewan. Mrs. Dusyk is a recent graduate in home economics of the University of Saskatchewan. She then took one year's further training in die tics at the Misericordia Hospital, Edmonton. Mr. Dusyk took his initial education in Saskatoon and completed his final year in pharmacy at the University of Alberta. Injures foot FORT MACLEOD (Special) � Darryl Heller had the misfortune to break bones in his foot while practising football. He is being assisted by Gordon Burrows on his milk delivery route. These Are The LctMtridge Herald COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Your Area NATAL, B.C. PAUL CHALA ..................... P.O. Bex 217 LOMOND MRS LEONARD CHASE............General Delivery CARDSTON MRS. CATHERINE HUH............General Delivery COWLEY CLARENCE WEEKES...................P.O. Sox 7 STAVELY MRS. VIOLET CLANCY...................... lex 12 FAITH MRS. THEKLA EHNES................... Gen. D�l. Contact these people for your District Newi or Classified Advertising Tourney held FORT MACLEOD (SpeokD-The Willow Creek Junior High School volleyball tournament was held in the F. P. Walshe School here. Victors of the one-day affair bailed from the host school, the girls Grade 8B class defeated the Stavely, Claresholm, Graaum and other Fort Macleod entries. The Grade 9A boys from F. P. Walshe defeated the other teams in the division. Mobile rooms NATAL (HNS) -The department of education has approved the recommendation of the Fernte school district for construction of two relocatable classrooms at Sparwood Elementary School. Winner of the contract was the lowest bidder, Mod Industries, which is now at work in Sparwood. Price was $34,280. To aid CNIB OOALDALE (HNS) - A tag day to raise funds for the CNIB will be conducted in the down-to wn area of Coaldale Saturday, Oct. 30, by the Coaldale Pythian Sisters. The convener is Mrs. Joyce Owen. Any one wishing information on the type of assistance available to those with sight problems and regarding the CNIB may contact a member of the Coaldale Pythian Sisters. Farewell party SPARWOOD (HNS) - A farewell party was held at the home of Mrs. Deanne Tibbe at Sparwood to honor Mrs. Hilde Moberg and Mrs. Maureen Cheney. They enjoyed a lunch and games were played. Gifts were presented to the women. Mrs. Moberg is moving to Kamloops and Mrs. Cheney to Williams Lake, B.C. Layman's Sunday FORT MACLEOD (Special)-Layman's Sunday was observed recently in the Granunv Fort Macleod charge of the United Church. Those participating in the service on prayer were Miss Sharon Day, Jim Allen, David Coutts, Bob Gunerson, Mrs. Eveline Edgar, Miss Samdie and Ric Swihart, Mrs. Ruth Bester and Ron Smith. Special guests were the Centennial Singers, a newly-formed group of 40 girls from 10 to 14 years. They are led by Mrs. Bob Hart and Mrs. Jim Collar. They are members of the Roman Catholic, Presbyterian, United and Anglican churches here. 300 attend ball FORT MACLEOD (SpeciaD-The third annual Garrison Ball here drew 300 people. The grand march was led by Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Daley. The custom of the Garrison Ball was revived as a centennial promotion. Oct. 13 marked the 97th anniversary of the arrival of the NWMP to the area. More district on Page 9 Etzikom Community Club backs cancer research ETZIKOM (HNS) - The Etzikom Community Club held its meeting at the home of Mrs. Clovis (Kay) Sheltgen recently with Mrs. Clarence (Alice) Robinson acting chairman and roll call involving a display of handicrafts. It was decided to donate $20 towards cancer research in honor of long-time member, the Coutts School evacuated in fire prevention drill COUTTS (HNS) - In special observance of fire prevention week. A surprise fire drill evacuation was held at the Coutts School. The fire chief and local volunteer firefighters called the drill. The school was evacuated in 65 seconds. Captains P. Theilen and G. Hacke inspected the class rooms to check if all fire safety instructions had been carried out. Capt. G. Hacke talked to the students and thanked the teachers for their co-operation. Leo Lisowski is the school principal. late Mrs. George (Opal) Mc-Fall. The donation towards the Etzikom Community Hall was tabled until the next meeting. The tea prize was won by Mrs. Annetta Dorsey. The next meeting is scheduled for Nov. 10 at the home of Mrs. Jerome (Gladys) Stroms-moe with roll call to involve a donation of a child's night-wear for the Children's Hospital at Calgary. Faith Sacred Heart CWL meets at Kay Harty home ETZKOM (HNS) - The Faith Sacred Heart Catholic Women's League held its meeting recently at the home of Mrs. Kay Harty with co-hostess Mrs. Anton (Phyllis) Harty. Twelve members answered roll call. Rev. Louis Rostaing was on hand to lead prayers and gave a spiritual talk. A revision of the church cleaning list and meeting places is being completed and will be posted at the back of the church. A lunch was served by the hostesses. The next meeting will be held Nov. 2 with the place to be announced. SEEKS COST SPARWOOD (HNS) - The Canadian Pacific Railway approached the District of Sparwood council at a recent meeting regarding the cost of water for a proposed new station here. I would like to express my thanks to all Blairmore electors who favored me with their vote in the October 13th lections for town councilman. A special thanks to my campaign manager Angelo Orlando and Alex Wells. During my term of effce as councillor, I will do my utmost to serve the citizens of Blairmore. THANK YOU ERNIE LUINI LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIALS iwinpj lumber available for sale to 20' long; rough 2x8 from B'x to We have the followlm e Rough 2x6 from 8' 20'  Utility grade planed lumber writable for corrals, sheds, garages, etc. in most sizes 8> First cut 8' long slabs priced at $15 per package which will make about 100 foot of fence  6 and 8 foot corral boards  Treated posts and polos  Baled wood shavings ideal for livestock bedding or insulation Please write or phone to confirm price and availability before coming. JOHNSON BROS. SAWMILLS LTD. ON HIGHWAY 3 AT COWLEY, ALBERTA Write P.O. Box 100 or Phone 628-3818 and ask for laverno or Gordon We are open Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to S p.m. Draws cover for The Torch IRON SPRINGS (HNS)-The cover of the national CG1T magazine The Torch was illustrated by Jayne Yalowega and two articles, We Eat, We Grow, (as a group) and Try Comedy were written by leader Mrs. Gloria Miller. Another article To You From Alberta, a collection of program ideas, was written with Diana Erno in co-operation with Cathy Graham, a member of the Lethbridge CGIT. Knights install chiefs NATAL (HNS) - Knights of Columbus installed recently from Natal council and Feme council respectively were grand knights Abbie Desjar-dins and Joseph Gigliotti. Deputy grand knights Anthony Melon and Albert Car-nignan and chancellors Henry Gauthier and John Makoske were installed. Others: financial-secretarys Silvio Fomasier and Terr an cc Garvey; recorders, John Des-jardins and Everiste Nacca-rato; wardens, Charlie An-selmo and Victor Foisy; treasurers Bruno Bevilacqua and Piere Rolland; program directors John Desjardins and Albert Carnignan; membership directors Andy Latka and John Makoske; lecturers Siro Cimo-lini and John Salus. Trustees are Andy Latka, John Desjardins and Anthony Fiorillo, Stephen Serek and John Ankulowicz. Invoking the prayer. and blessing to the newly installed knights was officiated by Father J. Barnes, chaplain of Fer-nie council. G'owsnest Pass Bureau NEWS -:- CIRCULATION -:- JOB PRINTING Venwn Oecoux, Resident Rep., Blairmore - Phone 562-2149 CHIEF MOUNTAIN REALTY LTD. COWLEY, ALBERTA. 1$ PHASED TO LIST THE FOUOWIN6 ATTRACTIVE PROPERTIES FOR SALE:  FORT MACLEOD 900 acres, 570 acres tillable, 330 fn flood native gross. Three bedroom home with oil services  PINCHER CREEK 1721 acre ranch which includes 1120 acres tame hay and balance in native grasi. Two sets of buildings.  COWLEY 805 acres beef or dairy and grain form, river frontage, two sets of buildings ell services.  PINCHER CREEK 601 acres cattle and grain farm, river frontage, Irrigation potential.  FORT MACLEOD 684 acres includes 490 acres cultivated, river frontage and springs. Older buildings, power end telephone.  PINCHER CREEK 1800 acre cattle ranch, 300 acres cultivated, balance very good hard grass, two sets buildings. All services. Owner willing to consider offers on part of property.  PINCHER CREEK 900 acres mostly cultivated, best of soil. Irrigation potential, good buildings, all services.  PINCHER CREEK 601 acres mixed cattle and grain farm, creek spring and wells. Good buildings, all services.  LUNDBRECK 1898 acres all grass except 80 acres tame hay, adequate water includes lake, two dugouts, springs ond flowing well. Has home, barn, corrals, all services. New four wire perimeter fences, some cross fencing, treated posts. Some of the above properties have attractive mortgage* on them and some of the vendors are prepared to offer LET US SHOW YOU AROUND THE AREA NOW GERALD THOMPSON CORDON JOHNSON PORT MACLEOD-234-4165 COWLEY-628-3775 ;