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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta By CA. Weekes TJ-ERE it is wintry weather with snow, wind and slip- pery places. What a wonderful chance to do good turns for your elderly friends. In groups or as individuals, sweep that walk for them. Don't just wait for a Chinook. Get the mail, the groceries; and do other er- rands. Your bones can take a tum- ble but our senior citizens' bones cannot. Remember, too, that for a good turn you take no pay. Once is not enough fceep it up all winter! Have you sent in your Gold- en Tent Peg application to re- gional headquarters in Leth- bridge? Last call! Also, are you registered? Oct. 31 should see you wearing that distinctive new flash. Of course, we wouldn't for- get to remind you to have your camp Iffg in for the peg! Now that winter is rolling on towards us, Venturers, Scouts and Wolf Cubs gravitate to- wards indoor sports and win- ning the team player's badges. Get on the line-up of a regular FOREMOST ART basketball, volleyball or hockey team and play every game you can. Be a sportsman! What is you favorite country besides Canada? How about having a pen pal in Hawaii, Britain, Francte or Japan? In- quire about pen pals from the regional office where a list of names and addresses is avail- able. Or write to Box 64 Cow- ley and Scouter Rocky can per- haps help you. Send your hap- piest looking snapshot, not your sourpuss one to a pen pal. Recently we had a wonderful evening with the Frist Pincher Creek Venturers, Scouts and Cnbs as they enjoyed a parent and son night with turkey 'n all the trimmings. President Mike Kilcommons was M.C. for the occasion. Seouter Bill Everts was honored by the pre- sentation of an appreciation scroll by the company that "drafted" him last year. To Sconter J. Ncish fell the presentation of a parting gift to Scouter Jim McGeehan who has worked with the pack the last few years and no., is leaving for Rcdwater. Scouter Jim will be missed in Pincher Creek's Cub activities. Following the festivities a new group committee was formed for the First Pincher Creek boys. We are pleased to note that the secretary, Mrs. Betty Meddlejack, was re-elect- ed. 0. Campbell took over the president's duties. The barbwire telegraph brings word of an action cen- tre in Nanton recently. The Scout group held its annual meeting and banquet in the Scout Hall. By all accounts the cuisine was excellent. Stu Stcngth officiated as BUI Fox was unable to be present. Mrs. Jan Hodgins was recording secretary and Mrs. .Helen Young treasurer. All kinds of business came up; selling Christmas cards and improve- ments for the exterior of the Scout Hall. Lcn Benson, representative to the Calgary Regional Coun- cil reported from the last meet- tag held in High River. Fees will remain the same for Cubs. Nanton always pays a part of tliis. A committee was formed to seek out leaders and it is hoped to get help from parents, Bill Fox has agreed to continue as president and both secre- tary and treasurer were re- elected also. Another Pincher Creek Cub leader in the person of Ian Blatchford is leaving for Vul- can. Sconter Ian had a long time with one of several packs. Wolf Cub Commissioner Mrs. Irene Wallman of Foremost has been actively busy with the Pack pre-registration. We can always look to Foremost for activity, and at a wonderfully high level. This one action cen- tre where group GOOD TURNS are a regular issue. Good going, Foremost! We'd like to hear who drew the wonderful letterhead used by the Foremost Scouts. We have reproduced the fine line drawing here so our read- ers can enjoy it. Have you got your READ- ER'S BADGE? This is not a sudden effort, but a winter-long plan. Get a list of books from your Akela .or Scoutmaster. Your school teacher is just waiting to be asked to get into the act, too. Your own details, such as what you are reading towards, must be set to get the help you need. For example decide whether you are work- tag towards your Citizen's, Guide's or Religion and Life Badges. The local library is another place where 'you will meet friends to help you. Now, Scouters and Scouts, Cubbers and all this issue has something to put some "meat" into your fall and winter pro- gram. Try any or all our sug- gestions and may your shadow never grow less. Happy shov- elling! Good hunting, all! Times of masses clianged SPARWOOD (HNS) Rev. Leslie Trainer, parish priest of St. Michael's Roman Catholic Church, Natal, has informed members of the parish there will be a change of times for Sunday masses. A request has been made Hiat a Sunday mass be held at Elkford. Therefore, a change will have to be made in the times of masses at Epanvood. Father Trataor has asked that the following mass times be considered. First mass in Sparwood, a.m.; second mass in Elkford at a.m. and third mass at Sparwood at 7 p.m. At this time it looks like the bazaar will be held in the old parish hall at Natal due to the fact that the tile floor in the new haU is not satisfactory and until this is redone in a proper manner the new buildings can- not be used. Temporary arrangements have been mad.T for the reli- gious instruction of children; classes will be held at the old church in Natal as follows: Grades 1 to 3, a.m. to a.m. Grades 4 to 6, It a.m. to 12 noon. Grades 7 to 8, 6 to 7 p.m. Tuesday. The bazaar will be held Nov. 6; tea from 2 to 5 p.m. There will be home baking, novel- ties, aprons, candy, white ele- phant table and a fish pond for the children. The social will start at 9 p.m. Tickets may be obtained from members of the Knights of Columbus. The grand draw for prizes will be made during the eve- ning social. These Are The letlikfdge Herald COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Your Area PINCHER CREEK MRS. EDWARD LUNN (Special Correspondent) Box 21J WRENTHAM MRS. RAIPH WHIIROW P.O. BOK 9T CLARESHOLM PAUL ANDERSEN P.O. 241 COUTTS MRS. AlICi HACK! General Delivery MASINASIN MRS. FRANCIS MUELLER P.O. Box 329, Milk Klver COALDALE MRS. PETER TYMSURSKI BOK 1005 Conlact then people for your District Newn Clatilfitd Advertising Back cancer fight FORT MACLEOD (Special) -The Fort Macleod unit of the and District Cancer Society held its annual meeting vrith guests Cecil Gordon and John Gogo, both of Lethbridge. The district objective of 000 was realized, with the Fort Macleod unit contributing 969. Of this amount was derived through the canvass and daffodil sales; an addi- tional came as memo- rials and special donations. The executive: Mrs. Janet Tilbe, president; Mrs. Win An- derson, past president; Sirs. Lilly Middleton, vice-president; and Mrs. W. H. McRoberts sec- retary. Milk River committees set MILK RIVER (HNS) Mayor Cam McKay and coun- cillors J. Dykslag, J. Reese, R. Bogle, T. Michacles, D. St. Pe- ter and Alice Cleland were sworn to office at a recent spe- cial meeting in the council chambers. Mayor McKay named the following committees to serve the town: Public works: Councillors Reese, Dykslag, St. Peter, Mi- chacles. Finance: Councillors Bogle, Michaeles. Public relations and informa- tion: Councillors Cleland and Reese. Police commission: Council- lors St. Peter and Cleland. Fire Committee: Councillors McKay and Dykslag. Health unit: Councillor Cle- land. County foundation: Council- lor McKay. Welfare: Councillors Dykslag and Cleland, Town planning, zoning and bylaws: Councillors Michaeles, Dykslag and Bogle. Recreation: Councillors St. Peter and Cleland. Co-op meetings start Nov. 1 PINCHER CREEK (Special) The P i n c h e r Creek Co-op- erative Association annual dis- trict meetings will commence Nov. 1. The first one will be held at the Fishburn School. All meetings will start at 8 p.m. and are set as follows: Summerview at the com- munity hall, Tuesday, Nov. 2. Cowley at the community hay, Thursday, Nov. 4, Kerr at the Municipal District Building, Monday Nov. 8. Beauvais at the Coalfield School, Wednesday, Nov. 10. Twin Butte, at the Twin Butte Hall, Tuesday, Nov. 9. Pincher Creek in the Mu- nicipal District Building, Mon- day Nov. 15. RETURNS HOME TURIN (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. John Gergel of Turin re- turned recently from a holiday in Czechoslovakia where they visited relatives and friends. STUDENTS' COUNCIL Heading the Fort Macleod F. P. Walshe High School senior students' council are, back, R. Malec, teacher advisor; back row: Peter McElhaney, year book representative. Grant Tolley, presi- dent, and Warren Tolley, vice-president; front rowi Brenda Milne, graduation committee convener, Jean Gore, treasurer, and Joan Schuitema, secretary. Missing: Jane Schwindt, sports council representative. Photo Child Clinics PINCHER CREEK (HNS) The Cliinook Health Unit will conduct the following well- baby clinics during November: FORT MACLEOD: Tuesday, Nov. 2, health unit office, from to p.m. PINCHER CREEK: Wednes- day, Nov. 3, health unit office, to a.m. and to p.m. CLARES H 0 L M: Thursday, Nov. 4, elementary school, to p.m. LUNDBRECK: Thursday, Nov. 4, Anglican Parish Hall, to p.m. STAVELY: Monday, Nov. 8, home economics room, to p.m. COLEMAN: Tuesday, Nov. 9, miner's hall, to a.m. and to p.m. PINCHER CREEK: Wednes- day, Nov. 10, health unit office, to a.m. and to p.m. BLAIRMORE: Won't be held due to Remembrance Day. HILLCREST: Friday, Nov. 12, credit union office, a.m. to a.m. BELLE VUE: Friday, Nov. 12, town hall, to p.m. FORT MACLEOD: Tuesday, Nov. 16, health unit office, to p.m. PINCHER CREEK: Wednes- day, Nov. 17, health unit office, to a.m. and to p.m. CLARESHOLM: Thursday, Nov. 18, elementary school, to p.m. GRANUM: Friday, Nov. 26, high school lunch room, to p.m. Fluoride tablets are avail- able at the clinics upon re- quest. Raise FOREMOST (Special) A recent bake sale held by the Grade 5 Junior Red Cross group at Foremost School raised a total of for the needy children's fund. Group president Arthur Hildebrand and secretary-trea- surer Maureen Collta express- ed thanks to all who helped. Oldman River district plan- ning: Councillor Bogle (alter- nate Appeal board: Councillors Bogle, Michaeles, Reese, Dykslag and McKay. Deputy mayor: Dykslag (to regular meeting of January, Council meetings are held the second Monday of each month beginning at p.m. Those people wishiiiq lo meet with council should make their wishes known at the town of- fice prior to meeting time. Ecumenical sel for Nov. 3-6 program FORT MACLEOD (Special) I. Ward of the Holy Cross Roman Catholic Church has announced plans for an ecumenical program to be held Nov. 3, 4 and 6. The mission education pro- gram is sponsored by a Scar- boro Mission Father. On Nov. 3 sessions are for ju- niors and adults; Nov. 4 for Grades 7 and 8, and in the eve- ning for high school students and young adults. Nov. 6 at the Eucharist will be held with ecumenical participation. The Centennial Singers, a 40- voice girls' choir, will be pres- ent. Members of the Anglican, Presbyterian, Roman Catholic and United Churches are in- volved in this three-day pro- gram. ludooi' arena idea explored for Macleod FORT MACLEOD (Special) Fort Macleod Stampede Association executive and oth- er interested citizens met lo consider the possibility of building an indoor arena here. Tentative plans call for a building to be constructed to the east of Midnight Stadium. It would be the beginning of putting Macleod in a position to host fairs and exhibitions. A delegation including Jim Tsberg and Buck Massey will meet with town council to pre- sent the plan. MEETS TUESDAY COALDALE (HNS) The Coaldale Fish and Game Asso- ciation will meet at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 2, in the John Davidson School. Election of 1972 officers will be conducted. Films will be shown. Saturday, Oclobir 90, 1971 TH( KTHIRIDQI HERALD 3 YOUNG MUSIC TEACHER Fifteen-year-old Glen Kilback is instructing first year student Tag Danforth, one of 10 pupils under his tutorship. He holds classes Mon- day, Tuesday and Thursday evenings. Glen is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald V. Kilback (principal al W. R. Myers High and held his first class of 12 students at Coronation last year. Glen came into Grade 10 this year as an honor student. Gibb Photo Two nominated for MD seat PINCHER CREEK (.Special) Nominations for vacancies on the Pincher Creek MD board were received by K. E. Phillips, returning officer. There will be an election for councillor in division five, with two being nominated: Bcnton Murphy and Hilton Pharis, in- cumbent reeve. In by acclamation are: divi- sion one, Gordon Stuckey, in- cumbent; division two, Hugh Ferguson, incumbent; division three, Robert Toney, new- comer; division four, Thomaj V. Hammond, incumbent. IN PRIZES! See Page 27 THE COUNCIL OF THE COUNTY OF WARNER No. 5 DO HEREBY DECLARE SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30th as HALLOWE'EN DAY J. K. DUNCAN Assistant Secretary-Treasurer County of Warner No. 5 USiD COCK5HUTT 1850 With tab, well cared for, regularly serviced ready to go. VfiK Trade Finance or Trade Grain AUIS CHAIMERS MODEL G Complete with pickup, cab, end straw chopper. Field ready. SO BUY NOW WHILE PRICES ARE LOW! En quirt about our interest free finance plan. 3 ONIY WESTERN For all your tiay end irri< gating. mile 4" ilde roll lateral complete with 5' double hub and Regular 2510.00. SPECIAL Order your Irrigation lyitem now Enquire about early delivery plan. We deliver now and pay your bank inter- est charges. SAVE UNTIL NOV. 30 WHILE WE ARE HAVING A ON We hove received and have on file a lelter for your viewing from Behlen-WicUes, Brandon, Manitoba, announcing price increases expected by Oct. 30, 1971 delay- ed to Nov. 30, 1971. I. 38' Wide x 52' Long With end walls, large double slid- ing doors, steel base platei and anchor. Regular Buy Now OFFER EXPIRES NOV. 30 MANY OTHER SIZES AND DESIGNS OF STEEL BUILDINGS TO CHOOSE FROM! on deposits for placed before Dec. 31, 1971 See Dick Ontein or Bert Ericksen about the early buyer discount plan. Inter- est on deposits on all orders! ALLIS CHALMERS 190XT Complete with dual P.T.O. power ad' justed duals and factory mounted cab. Price Increase! on all equipment due soon Order now Price frcaies to be lifted any day. GENUINE USUAL IOW, LOW PRICE i ONI'V Xl-14 ALOUETTE Accepting good, dry No. 1 wheat at per bushel. Reg. 5.9i. SPECIAL Original Price 7.95 Special While Stocks tail like new Fully contained Newly carpeted floors Rugged, clean and useful for many yean of lervice. Comparable New Today CLEARING AT EASY TERMS TRADES WE Will TRADE FINANCE TAKE GRAIN BE SURE TO ENQUIRE ABOUT OUR FINANCE PLAN OF UP TO 5 YEARS AND MORE TO PAY M J P.O. Box 1202 Al I I i i', P. i EXCLUSIVE DISTRIBUTORS OF BEHLEN STEEL BUILDINGS, STORAGE TANKS AND AUIS CHAIMERS FARM EQUIPMENT Coutts Highway, Lethbridge Phone 327-3165 ;