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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Ill.- THI UTHBKIDGE HERAID SelurtloY, Octobw 14. A PROUD DAY Conitanzo Altieri of Lethbridge, for left, leads recessional of graduates for the Gait School of Nursing, School of Radiology and School of Laboratory Technology during graduation ceremonies held in the Yatei Memorial Centre for the first time. Left to right are recipients of ipe cial awards, Linda Tyznenko of Lethbridge with the Canadian Society of Radiological Technicians Radiology Award for highest mark in radiology at the Northern Institute of Technology; Miss Jill Lancaster, of Fort Macleod with the General Proficiency Award in Laboratory Technology; Mrs. Brigitte Wiebe of Coaldale for the Emily Hick Mem orial Award for proficiency in pedlatric nurs- ing; Mrs. Wilfna Neufeld of Coaldale who w as presented the Obstetrical Nursing Award; Brenda Lea Briosi with the Lucy Hatch Mclnnis Award for proficiency in surgical nursing; Miss Barbara Jean Christie of Cardston who won the Bigelow-Fowler Medal and Award for outstanding ability in medical nursing and far right, class valedictorian, Mrs. Betty Ann Vs'hipple of Pinchsr Creek who won the Haig Clinic General Proficiency Medal. By Bryan Wilson Traditional Ceremony For Nursing Graduates By CHRISTINE PUHL Herald Staff Writer The Lethbridge Gait School of Nursing, School of Badiology and School of Laboratory Tech- nology presented 36 graduates with their traditional bouquet of roses and graduation certifi- cates during ceremonies held fc the Yates Memorial Centre. Mr. F. A. Russell, chairman of the board of trustees for the Municipal Hospital presided over the commencement exer- cises. During his address to the BINGO 16 GAMES JACKPOT LETHBRiDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upstairs) EVERY THURS.- 8 p.m. graduands, he said this year was a real change because the ceremonies had previously been held in Southminste'r Church for over 20 years. He continued that the board of trustees stayed too much in the board room and was striv- ing for closer relationships with other groups in the hospitals. "There have been many changes' in nursing education during the past few he said. "The board of trustees offer their co-operation in un- dertaking any more beneficial changes." Dr. E. Penner conferred the diplomas upon 28 graduates from the school of nursing, two from the school of radiology and six from the school of lab- oratory technology, while Mr. Russel introduced the recipi- ents. Miss 0. Herring received the professional pledge during which the promised to do their jobs with all the skill and understanding they Mr. Terry Bland presented the awards to top students. He said that although they all have achieved something, a few were very special in certain fields. The General Proficiency Award, donated by the Haig Clinic was awarded to Mrs. Betty Whipple, class valedic- torian from Pincher Creek. The Bigelow-Fowler Medal and Award for outstanding ability cJLocal NOW YOU ARE FINISHED SCHOOL "And Desire to learn a Profession WHY NOT BECOME A HAIRDRESSER We have 3 fully qualified full time Instruc- tresses and we teach all phases of beauty culture, hair styling and culling, bleaching, linting and permanent waving. You'll enjoy our new remodelled and air-conditioned tchool. A professional beautician pays high- er than the average income and opportu- nities are unlimited. Fill Out This Coupon For Information Alberta Beauty School 405 5t, S-f Lethbridge NAME CITY Low Monthly Tuition j Payments Classes I Starting Now J CONGRATULATIONS The public is invited to 'open bouse' at Winston Church ill High School, Sunday after noon. The activities will get under way at 2 o'clock with a varisty pwgrem featuring; the school band conducted by Mr Willie Mathis. This will be fol lowed alternatively by studen conducted tours of the school and refreshments in the can- teen. Regular FOE bingo will be held tonight in the Eagle's Hall at 8 o'clock. Jackpot of in 54 numbers. Everyone wel come. St. Patrick's Home am School Association will meet Tuesday at 8 p.m. in St. Pat- rick's School. Fort Macleod square dancers will hold a Hallowe'en dance, Monday at p.m. with round dance practice at 8 p.m. in me elementary school. Costumes are optional and all square dancers are welcome. Women are requested to bring box lunch and cups. The regular monthly meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary to the Royal Canadian Legion Branch Number 4 will be held Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the Memorial Hall. All members are asked to at- :end as plans will be made for the fall tea on Nov. 18th. op. 'own Mr. Alex Palmarchuk Sr. was guest of honor at a family dinner held in the Magrath room of Ericksen's Family lestaurant recently on the oc- casion of his 80th birthday. There were 27 members of he immediate family present, among them his son Alex Jr. >ho was also celebrating his birthday the same and daughters Mrs. M. (Helen) Hakarenko, Mrs. F. (Mary) Palmarchuk, Mrs. W. (Rose) 'rimachuk, and their families. Also present was Ms brother, Mr. Peter Palmarchuk. Mr. Palmarchiik's two great- grandsons, Michael Makarenko ind Darcey Armour, presented with a carnation and Family movies were en- oyed during the evening, and cards and messages read from amily and friends. Mr. Palmarchuk came to Lethbridge from the Ukraine in 913 and worked in the coal mines in Hardieville and Leth- bridge, retiring in 1953. His son, Alex, served overseas in the Signal Corp of the Canadian Army in the second World War. ilrs. Palmarchuk Sr. passed away hi April of 1968. Mr. Palmarchuk is enjoying good health and takes pleasure working on the flowers and apple In his garden. appemnyi Oddfellows, Rebekahs and friends are reminded of the card party to be held in the Oddfellow's Hall on Tuesday at 8 p.m. Everyone welcome. The Order of the Royal Purple will hold its regular meeting on Monday at 8 p.m. in the Elks Hall. District Deputy Rowena Kuhl of Milk River will be mak- ing her official visit A good at- tendance is requested. McKillop Church UCW gen- eral meeting will be held Wed- nesday, at 8 p.m. in the com- mittee room. Business meeting, all women welcome. Faith Rebekah Lodge will meet Monday at 8 p.m. in the Oddfellow's hall. Visiting Re- bekahs welcome. Friendship tea and bake sale, sponsored by the Maple Leaf Chapter No. 7, OES will be held Saturday, Oct. 31 in Southmin- ster Church hall from 2 to 5 p.m. Everyone welcome. Sfouthmimter square dance [earners group will dance Mon- day at 8 p.m. in Southminster {all. Women please asked to jring a box lunch. Annual meeting of Lethbridge and District Horticultural Soci- ety will be held Monday at 8 j.m. in room 4 of the Civic Sports Centre. Speaker will be P. D. Hargraves of the Brooks experimental station. Interested persons are welcome. McNally FWUA wfll meet to the home of Mrs.. Herman Alex- ander, Tuesday at 2 p.m. Pro- p-am: Christmas ideas by Mrs. Jazel Paxman. Members are requested to note change of meeting place. in the field of medical nursing was awarded to Miss Barbara Christie of Cardston. The Gait School of Nursing Alumnae Association donated the Lucy Hatch Mclnnis Award for proficiency in surgical nurs- ing which was awarded to Mrs. Brenda Briosi of Calgary. For outstanding ability in and apti- tude for obstetrical nursing, Mrs. Wilma Neufeld of Coal- dale was presented the Obstet- rical Nursing Award. The Emily Hick Memorial award for proficiency in pedia- trie nursing went to Mrs. Brig- itte Wiebe of- Coaldale. Miss Jill Lancaster of Fort Macleod received the General Profieacy Award in Laboratory Technol- ogy- A special award, The Cana- dian Society of Radiological Technicians Radiology Award was presented to Miss Linda Tyznenko for the highest mark in radiology at the Northern Al- berta Institute of Technology. A scholarship fund to assist graduates who wish to continue on to further study was estab- lished by the Haig Clinic, The Edith Caveil Nursing Home and the Sir Alexander T. Gait Endowment Fund. Dr. R. Johnson in his address to the graduates said, "As the ancient Romans say it's now your ball of wax." Modern society with its fast pace needs continued education but with the background this class has, it is possible, he said. This is the most knowledged and liBerally informed genera- tion, said Dr. Johnson, but each of the graduand's horizons are of their own choosing. He thanked all the graduates for their work, which has al- THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "Hampshire hates He knowslTike martinis 95 to ha deliberately makes them 94 to 11" ready been done and that will be accomplished in the future. Mrs. Whipple in her valedic- tory address said her class en- tered the school in 1967 and all accepted the challenge. Al- though at times they wondered if they were going in the right direction, either supporting par- ents, a kind word from a pa- tient or the constant chatter of students, put aside any doubts. Dr. M. T. Melting presented two special to the class. Choral selections Learn Hairdressing MARVEL BEAUTY SCHOOL REDUCED RATES-TERMS! WRITE FOR FREE INFORMATION j OVER METROPOLITAN 326A 8th AVI. W., Calgary were heard by the school gfet club and Mrs, Vera Sinclair was organist. IIKE NEW AGAIN! CALL US FOR QUALITY RE-UPHOLSTERY CHESTERFIELDS CHAIRS STOOIS 327-7711 BJ FURNITURE AND UPHOLSTERY 'THE ODD CHAIR-MAN" 522 5th Street South IASTEDO ARTISTIC BEAUTY SALON Upstairs at 535 13th St. N. 328-3932 RE-OPENED UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT 3 OPERATORS FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE FREE PARKING ACROSS THE STREET. EVERYTHING' PRICE TILL SATURDAY, OCT. 31st j i OR WHEN YOU REDEEM THIS COUPON RAIN AFFECTS PRICES Too much or too Mtfle ram af- fects sharply the prices Cana- dian housewives pay for spices and herbs. TOOTHACHE Don't luftflr agony. ReliBYB pain In seconds is million: do with ORA-JEL When you can't get to the dentist get fast ora-jel EVEN BLINDFOLDED-YOU CAN TELL" THE DIFFERENCE IN BENJAMIN'S QUALITY DRY CLEANING CALL US NOW BENJAMIN'S CLEANERS TAILORS 317 STREET SOUTH PHONE 327-5771 CASH BINGO HUNGARIAN OtD TIMERS HAIL TONIGHT, SATURDAY 8 O'CLOCK A Blackout Bingo ployed for till wen Saturday plus 2 7-Number Jackpot. JACKPOTS NOW AND 5 Cardi for or 25e each (Located Next to No. 1 Fireball) PENSIONERS' AND SENIOR CITIZEN'S LADIES' AUXILIARY ANNUAL TEA AND BAZAAR FANCYWORK APRONS NOVELTIES -AISO- NEW AND USED BARGAIN CENTRE SATURDAY, OCT. 31 p.m. GYM ONE civic SPORTS CENTRE STRAWBERRY TEA SOt; DOOR PRIZE Your happiest moments live forever in photographs WENDY 1% years KELLY 4 years SUSAN 6 yean Children of MR. AND MRS. GRAHAM HAMES IETHBRIDGE LOCATED JUST ACROSS FROM THE CPR DEPOT PHONE ;