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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta fl IKE lErHDRlDGE HERAID Sclurdny, October 28, 1977 Ncib skunk can-k'd oul with displays of eqmpmont including hats, uni- forms even n fire hydrant, Shearer's Lmuplighlm pro- vided Llic music. l-'irc Chief Drucc Young wel- comed Iho large gathering ;im! Cyril CnspoU acttxl ns master of rcrenionics during Ihe eve- ning, The trip for two lo Las won by Mr. and Mrs. Hu- liott DeLinle o[ CowU'v. Win stars PINCHER CREEK (HNS) Elected by acclamation lo Ihe board of the Finclior Creek Public School Division No. 23 were Jolui Sckt'lla in sulxlivi sion '1 [ind Jerome HobbiiLS in subdivision 5. Sacking a seat in subdivision G, (towi) of Pincher are Mrs. Jean Titik and Mrs. Joan Turcott. Vo'.inj; will take place Nov. ?2. the Cartoon Bug 3erd your carlooni The Lelhhrldtia Herald, cat, ol Helen Kovaci, Boi 670. Ltlhbrldge, ID Beeivers meet GHANTM UINS) Dona- lions to Centennial Library nncl Uu1 Hov man Arts f enlrc, I.p'hhii prove1; I nt 11 WiHtv.v II hL-lH ,Vvs. Hcuil Mrs. ir nf fhc lui The next n r.i lt'.i? he "ii? Skiers to be tested in March at West Castle was liie win- v-iH ]1P hdrl Mrs. K. Mnhr. PIN'CHER CREEK (Special) West Castle Ski Resort. 23 miles soulluvcst of Pinchcr Creek, will be the scene of a national ski competition in March. The West Castle National, so named by area manager Dan McKim, will include slalom awl fiiMt slalom races for 120 competitors from across Can- NANTON The li'lh annual "la. Members from the Cana- i'-ciLvn's linU ni 'h' was a "lan National Ski learn will be cala event vviili a huHe crowd i on hand lo encourage all com- Pn hand from Narton mid many I pslitors in this strictly national points in die surrouudinc: area. cvent. The race dates have pun The Cr.rnniurilv Centre was I'lC.nr.HCCl jirut c-olorcKl lighls, forming a hure The five motif was set for March 30 and 31 and April 1. Planning for the races has been under way for a lime. Preliminarv measurements o f the courses and their locations were completed early in Au- gust, The location of the race has already noled on the infor- mation distributed by the Fed- eration of International Skiing. The giant slalom course will be feet long with a vertical drop of The slalom course will be feet long with a vertical drop of 735 feet. West Castle also plans to con- tinue ils own junior racing pro- gram for children- NOW PAYING MORE FOR ALL TYPES SCRAP METAL Trucks Industrial Anything Mads of Iran! COPPER BRASS RADIATORS BATTERIES CAST IRON Truck Load] Truck Scnlcj MagneJ Crane Service National Salvage Company LIMITED NEW LOCATION 206 33rd Streel North Phono 328-1721 "Scrap li Our Buslnen" Giesbreclits of Macleod bereaved FORT MACLEOD Mr. and Mrs. Peter Giesbrech of Fo rt Ti lac leod are L'nu par of the recent piano crash victims. Mr. and Sirs. Tony CJies brccht and their son, Freddie were flying their private plam to visit wilh relatives her( when they lost their lives neai Penticton. Other relatives in Fort Mac leod prior to the funeral sons, Don and Duane of N'a nalmo; Mr. and Mrs. Fran Giesbrccht, aho of Nanatmo Miss iVorma Giesbrecht California and Mrs. Barbar Csnnady of Tabcr. R.I. Baker students honored COALDALE vere presented recently to ju- ior lugb students at H. I. Ba- er for outstanding work. Awards were: Enr, Grade 7 Debbie Paul Bry.inl, Gail Costello and Con- nie King. Grade 8 Carol Braun, Alan 'Icsko, Irene Sera ami Pam fhiessen. Grarle fl Frank Isaac, leather Johnson, Elizabeth Robison and Cheryl Tokariuk. ACADEMIC Grade 7 Gail Costello. Grade 8 Elaine Boldt. Grade 9 Ernie Dyck. IIOXOI1 MATH Grade 7 Ell Braun, Harold Reimer, Hodney Friesen, Paul Bryant, Harry Dyck, Harvey Dyck, Weldon Thiessen, Edith Bcv Klassen, Gail Costello, Byron Glass, Wayne Tsukishima, Connie King, Del- bert Thicssen, Haidee Pauls, Mary Kreft, Kevin Neufeldt, Brian Nishiguchi, Janice Kru. lak, Anne Janzen and Donna Tokariuk. Grade H Hrenda Baczuk, Weldon Dueck, Phyllis Moser, Elvina Friesen, Kathy Friesen, Irene Sera, Karen Pelker, Cathy Wiens, Dawn Makishi, Carol Braun, Pam Thiessen Elaine Bolcit and Clarence Tnrpstra, Grade 9 Patrick Pavan, Grace Tsukishima, Marcella Bakker, Joe Kaval, tiandra HncDonald, Doris lleimer, Cla- rinda Thicssen, Erika Sonnen- bcrg. Jacob Steinbrcnner, Da- vid Gossen, Ernie Dyck, Ewald Granson, Ray Friesen, Frank Isaac, Linda Klassen and Cheryl Tokariuk. IMPROVEMENT Grade 7 Jaunetta Daniels, McCray and Dennis Ta- >cr. Grade B Margaret Donkers- joed, Beverley E n s, Rod Wylon, Dorothy Kaval, Henrie- ta Veldkamp and Rayma Miller. C.rade 9 Knrin Finlcy, Mark Clark, Rulh BcrR, Heath- er Johnson, Joyce Sfeinke, Te- resa Traber, Henna Sollenback and Eddie Weistra. SPOUTS Pam Brown, Elvina Frinsen, oiinie Starko, Delynn Harri son, Sandra P a u 1 Bryant, Brian Huff, Margaret Schmold, Daviil Urban, Neil Cofell and Ewald Granson. .SERVICE Ellen Boon, Irene Sera and Diar.e Boulton. LIBRARY Gail Costello, Luana Tliomp- son and Wanda-Gail Redding. Grade BD Short Story Awards Boldt; Cindy Okart; and tied, Regina Hofsink and 'am Thiessen. Honorable mention for the arcadian Cancer .Society Post- r Awards went lo Luanne Sago, Grade 7. ICIAL OPENING AND TOUR Canada's first fully-automated feed lot FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3 at the G.R.Wesley Farm, Granum Come and tour Canada's first fully-automated calllt feeding system. This push-button system al the Gordon Wesley farm turns leeding into an easy man oporalion. Make an afternoon of ill SCHEDULE OF EVENTS Friday, 1 p.m. Olffclal Opening and lour Friday, p.m. Lunch and for all attending at Ihe "Flying Claresholm Industrial Airport. Guesi speakers at the reception includa Mr. Cole Townley, agricultural nutritionist, lalk about calves, Carman King, High River rancher, arirf Mr. W. Tsukishima, Coaldalo leed [ot operator outline their haylage and high-moislure barley feeding programs. This opening tour and luncheon will be over by 6 p.m. i HOW DO YOU GET TO THE G. H. WESLEY FARM? Q) Go four miles norlh ol Granurn on No, 2 Highway; .head ;j b) Go half a fnilo ot ths elevator on f.'o. 2, then go a mile-and-a-nall east. Watch tor Ihe algnl STERN HARVESTORE UNITED Head OICcc: 11604-145 Slreel Edmonlon, Albcrla J Mrs. Sharp showered with gifts CLARESHOl.M (Special Almost 30 relatives of Mrs Don Sharp, (nee Marilyn nf al tended a family tuxllicrinfl the form ot a post-nuptial show er in her honor at the borne her uncle and aunt, Mr, a Mrs. Gordon Thompson. A.IEO present was Mrs Sharp's husband, Don, and parenls, Mr. and Mrs. Trygv Thompson of Co-iliiursL Relatives were present from Calgary, Ponoka, Lethbridgc, Coalhurst and Claresholm. A. social lime was spent and Ihe recent bride was showered with puts. A decorated cake fualurctl the lunch, Conversational Blackfoot set PINCUER CREEK (Special) Napi Friendship Associa- ion is in the process o[ forni- nj; a convcrsntional class us- ig (lie Blackpool language. Tlie class will be conducted )y a native speaker and will be "ree of charge. Persons interested in learn- ng, or improving, their knowl- edge of Die ClackfooL language should contact Ihn Napi Asso- ciation at or write to Box C57, Pincher Creek, This class will be open to both natives and non-natives and will he a good opportunity for non-English speaking Blacktoot people lo learn or improve their English. The Napi Friendship Associa- tion is sponsoring the for- mation of on oldlime cianca group. People interested in forming or learning oldtime clanciny should contact the Napi association so Mint dales and location of meeting can bo established. The association is sponsoring the formation of a Pow Wow Club. People interested In form- ing this club should ako con- tact the association. Coaldale needs ambulance COALDALE (HNS) This town will have to replace its ambulance, council admitted at Us recent meeting. The ambulance was Involved in an accident on a trip to Cal- several weeks ago. The has been renting a van at a cost of ?81 per week since the accident. The accident, according to Mayor A. F. Dlakie and coun- cil members, was cosily. Council is not prepared to ac- cept the insurance settlement of ,-ibout SI ,750. Offers for ambulances were received. Costs are r.-om to Councillor William Martens, m charge of the ftro and ambulance department, was given authority to act in accepting the best offer for a new vehicle. Paint schools T A B E n (IKS) A "local painting program which will occupy the time of lour unemployed employables for six months is bsing initiated by Tabef School Division G. Painting will cover schools at Hays and Knchanl: high school and upper elementary schools at Vausliall. ELCW workshop CLAHESHOLM A workshop of the ELCW for couthern Alberta was held .V-ace Lutheran Church rccent- y CO women present. They came from F-cthhridge, Medi- cine Hat, Brooks, G-rauum, Cal- Standard and Hanna. Mrs. Orlaii Herg presided over the workshop, Its purpose was to give Iraining in leader ship. Mrs. Danny Berg o Rrooks introiuced the Bible sludy for ]ff73. Present was the secretary fo: the area, ifrs. Wayne Berg of Slandard. deserve to pay less for fire insurance They do al Abslainers'. Because our experience has shown thai abstainers have fewer accidents, fewer home fires. Thai's why we can in- sure for less. If you're a non-drinker, can you afford not lo look inlo Abstainers' insurance for your home HUNT INSURANCE AGENCIES LTD. 1201 3rd.fi.vc. S. Phone 328-7777 ABSTAINERS' INSURANCE COMPANY we install snow fires for For your convenience suggest you call for an appointment STORES Corner 3rd Ave. and 8th St. S. Phone 327-8548 ONE CARD race KCINO 10th ANNUAL SPONSORED BY THE KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS COUNCIL 1490 Another Giant Mailer Bingo Insido each raw Kcinovision Kit you'll find 6 caidt. The sixth one is Freo. Kiti arriving in mail soon. Bo sura you In- cludo all B numbers on each card (at top left and lop right of cards) with your nama and address with for tach card lo KCINOVISION P.O. BOX 1490, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Register by moil or drop off al CJOC-TV THREE BLACKOUT BINGO GAMES RULES: 1. Only those cards which hove been validated am eligible. 1. Winnert wJll be the person obtaining a blackout wilh the least amount of numbers called. 3, Confirmed winners will bo required to in their winning card. 4, If ihere is moro lhan one winner in any prize money will ho divided equally. 5. Ihe decision of the commilloe will be final. 6. Got one card FREE when you buy 5 cards. If you were missed or extra cards Write lo KCINOViSION-Box 1490 Lctnbridge Caidj available al bolh Erickicn'i Kentucky Fried Chicken Oullehf 3rd Ave., Mayor Magralh Dr .and 17 Avo. Mayor Magralh Drive. WEDNESDAY NOV. 15th STARTING AT p.m. ON CJOC-TV-CKANNEL 7 ;