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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, October 27, 1971 PIONEER SCOUTS Donald Winkler, Randy Shaw, Scoll Garner, Casey Kerner and Merrill Harris of the First Taber Seoul Troop recently achieved recognition as Pioneer Scouts at the troop's color night. Reli on n Life awar< TABER (HNS) Fifteen ard Harris, Jack Peterson and boys of the 1st Taber Troop I Robert Price. recently were recognized for j Receiving their "Religion in achievement in the scouting! Life" emblems were Robert program at a special awards Ellingson, Kelly Kerner, Dick night. Wasacasc, Robert Gardner, Scout Randy Shaw, patrol j Mai'k Garner and Richard liar- leader, welcomed parents and "S. special guests along with the Venturers who recently moved i up from the scout troop. A camp log was given by Venturers Richard Harris and Mark Garner. Slides and movies of summer camps were shown. Awards and badges were pre- sented by S'couters Don Fisher and Bill Nagy. Religion in Life Awards were presented by Bishop Keith Francis. Alan B. Shaw, group commit- tec representative, spoke. Scouts receiving the Pioneer Award, achievement badges, and challenge badges were Scott Garner, Men-ill Han-is, Casey Kerner, Randy Shaw and Donald Winkler. Going up to the Venturer section and receiving awards were Robert Ellingson, Kelly Kerner, Bradley Parker, Dick Wasacase, Terry Birch, Robert Gardner, Mark Garner, Rich- CNIB drive conducted by COLEMAX (CNP Bureau I j The Coleman Order of the j Royal Purple will again con- duct the annual fall CNIB cam- paign for funds here and in the district. Campaign chairmen Mrs. Connie Michalsky and Mrs. Caroline Hoiyk have advised the canvass began the week of Oct. 18 and will continue until all of Coleman proper, east Coleman, Willow Drive, Carbondale and Grafton town have been covered. The area is being zoned out for teams that will conduct the canvass. Roy Fjordbotten elected GRANUM. (HNS) Roy Fjordbotten recently was elect- ed president of the Granum Boy Scout group committee at Mrs. Sclimidt heads group another year PKCHER CREEK (Special) The regular meeting of the Whispering Pines Clothing Club held recently at the home of Valerie Johnson. The members chose Mrs. Ed Schmidt to be their leader for another year. The entertainment committee was chosen. It will consist of Judy Fitzpatrick, Nancy Gross and Margo Johnson. The ceremonial committee v.nll comprise of Jane Fitzpat- rick. Cathleen McFarland. De- Icres English and Eileen Webb. The club will take part in District 4-H Awards Night on November 6 at the Twin Butte Hall at p.m. Reports were heard from Ei- leen Webb and Valerie John- son -on 4-H camp and Leslie Johnson gave a report on the Council meeting. The next meeting will be held p.m. Saturday. November 6 at the home of Rhona Bruder. a pot-luck supper meeting held in the Granum Community Hall. j Other officers: vice-president. George Robinson; in charge of i training, Hans Hansma and Airy Travis; finance, Mike Donahue; campaign, Tom Blair; transportation, Bill Deurloo; public relations, Alan Munro; and secretary trea- surer, Mrs. Charles (Jean) Barnes. District commissioner Lew Blair of Fort Macleod spoke on his participation in the Boy S'cout World Jamboree held at Japan. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Blair are the new Cub leaders. Doug Barnes is the Scout- master. Seven ivin citizenship FORT MACLEOD (Special) The Court of Canadian Citi- zenship was presided over here by Judge V. A. Cooncy of Cal- gary. Seven people from five coun- tries look the Oath of Al- legiance before a crowded court room. Those attending were Peter Walker, Ron T i I b e, deputy- mayor, and Lcighlon Buckwell, MLA. Those receiving their citizen- ship came from Poland, Neth- erlands. U.S.S.R., Italy and the United States. They were Mrs. Nadya Chodyka, Mrs. Angela Dipinlo, Mrs. Slwrlcen Edna Hunter, Mr. Bcmnrdus Kockcn, Mrs. Cornela Kocken, Arthur William Kyllo and Mieczslaw Moscianica. Foremost council sworn in FOREMOST liold Karl was re-elected for a further term as Mayor of Fore- most at the first meeting for the newly-elected council held recently. The meeting opened with the swearing in of the council by Art Ratzlaff. For four of the five members this was no new experience, as Mr. Karl, George Piper, William Buis Jr. f.nd Ted Lynes were re-elected in the recent election. The only newcomer on the council is George Bultcrwick. George Piper was elected to serve as deputy mayor. The following committee rep- resentatives were appointed by the meeting: Pleasant View Lodge Lyncs, Butterwick; Planning Committee Piper, Lyncs; -Public Works Buis, Karl; Water, sewer Buis, Butterwick; Civic Centre Buis, Butterwick; School Mayor Karl; Fire Department Sanitation Lynes, Piper; Cemetery and Lyncs, Karl; Recreation Board Karl. RETURNS HOME SPARWOOD (IINS) Mrs. Phobo Holmes, who recently underwent surgery in Ihc Kcr- nio Memorial Hospital, has re- turned to her home here. Weather Resistant 10-oz. Cotton Duck Parka Men s Instructor Ski Jacket 100% Nylon ski jacket lined with Fortrel-PolyesteP fibre for lightweight warmth. Adjustable belt and zipper front. Navy, Gold, Green, Brown. 36-44. Not in all shades. Winlcr warmth without weight. Parka has a de- tachable quilt lined hood, lined quilt skirt and a zipper front. Olive. Over- izes available. 38-52. For warmth on the coldest winter day. 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