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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta ____Wednndov Seolcmbs' 1. 1971 THE LETHBRIOGE HERALD 3 Warner comity teachers WARNER (HNS) Comity of Wnrner leaching slaff: HAYMOW) ELEMENTAUV Gerald Gibh, principal, Mrs llarva Nalder, Clark March Duanc Hall, Mrs. Zcldn Wooley, W. L. Nalder, Mrs, Alice Ixiw. Mrs. Virginia Wilde Mrs. Kimiye Mrs. .lac qucline Lund, Mrs. Virginia Rollson, Mrs. Lois TIcggie M r s. Marguerite Anderson Mrs. Donna Nilsson, Mrs. Ji (litli Holt, Mrs. Velma Redd and Mrs Nonavee Jones, jjsrt time. HAYMOW Hlfill James Blumcll, principal, Caldon Hill. Kaye B. Ajiderson, George Bcihne. Roherl Brand ley, Delmar Droadhead, Wil lard Brooks, Heed Dalil, Diiane Forsylh, John C Lea, Mrs. Phillippa Meeks. John Nalder, W W Nalder, Dcrald Millei Bex Neilson, Dean Rolfson, Mrs. Norma Smith, Melvin Spackman. J. Barry Wolscj Kenneth Rasmusscn, Mrs. Bai fcara MacPhee, Mrs. Katherine Rolfson, Bruce Holt, Max Holt Hobert Gibb, Brian Dudley Grant Erickson and Jerald Pal mcr. MILK HIVEIl ELEMENTARY Wilfrid Makowichuk, prin- einal, J. David Leonard, Mrs. Margaret Thielen, Mrs. Bernice N e a I. Ronald Wollcrsheim, Miss Norma Holladay, Mrs. Ja- nice Leonard and Miss Myrna HusdEil. ERLE H1VERS HIGH Jim Anderson, principal, Cal Salmon, Miss Lorraine Babick Donald Behrcns, Robert Bogle, Reg Jcffcrs. Mrs. Ivy Jeffers Warren Read. J. Greg Thomas, Mrs. Janice Warburton, Mra. Helen Wollersheim. Mrs. D MacMillan. Reid Ileggic. Nick Jurkovich and Miss Marie Jlul- lor. WARNER SCIIOOI, Bible school ends session GRANUM (I1NS) Happi- ness is, for some children, school in the summer. That is what 29 children in Granum thought as I hey enjoy- ed Vacation Bible School al the Granum United Church Hall from 9 to 12 am. each day. The fact that the tempera- ture ranged from 00 to 100 did not seem to bother them. The children enjoyed stories, I crafls, movies and games which were presented by com- munity resource women, their youihful teachers and their leader, Mrs. Fred Dimm. Mrs. Ed Cesar from Granum brought a pet hamster. The children "fell in love" with it ajirl it helped them know more about rodents. Mr? Harvey Dimm brought deep sea fishing models and a film. These two presentations greatly enhanced the theme o! "creation" vhich was enjoyed by tire children. Graduation came all Loo soon as the children marched in wearing graduation caps to re- ceive diplomas from Pastor Carl Wessrr.an, Seventh Day Adventist district pastor. All too soon goodbyes bad to be said as each left for home. who helped were De- nise G-imbel, Karen Gimbel, Jane Sanjenko, Joanne Vlug and Sonja Vlug, all from Cal- gary. These girls all lived with Mrs. Fred Dimm, their leader, and her family for the I Vi? weeks. Christine Schmit and Jocelyn Dimm from the Gran- um area also helped. HOWARTH IS STILL MISSING Search continues John Moshiirchiifc. principal, f ft 11 ft Wayno Glass, Rawliy Cassis, fulfill If T til Gerald Crapo, Terry Michaclis, J. Jt fW i-4-1 t' -Ross Gibb Photo. POTATO PLANT PROGRESS The walls are going up and the floor is going down al Hie new Diamond "5" Produce planl on 52nd Ave. in label's Industrial Park. The 140 by 250-foot climalized control storage bins are being consiructed by lelhbridge conlraclor Kenwood Engineering Conslruction Ltd, Corn pie I ion is scheduled for nexl month. The plant will store potatoes for scheduled washing and conditioning for Old Dutch Foods Ltd.'s chipping planl at Calgary. Stirling loses friend in Gillcspie STIRLING (HNS) A notice of resignation has been re- ceived From Duncan Gillcspic, Sliding Scrim] teacher for the past .six years. Mr. Gillespie hjS majorwi in English and has been a Rrcat help lo the students. He will he missed in the classroom as well as by staff members and many appreciative parents. Mr. Gillespir has accepted an administrative position the Medicine Hat school divi- sion. Mrs. Doreen Wilkie of Leth- bridge has been accepted on the teaching slaff at Stirling. She is a graduate of the Uni- versUv of LeU'.bridRe. Taber fair winners TABER (HNS) Taber (air win- rclls: Mrs. Daisy Oshiro; Mrs. Milk Winkl" Cinnamon buns: Mrs. Daisy Oshiro; Mrs. Mary Krahn, Desserl ilem (courtesy Mrs. Daisy Oshiro; Mrs. Barbara Turin. JUNIOR SECTION Browmies: Miss Barbara Mllliken; Miss Elaine Conrad. Coaldide teachers listed COLEMAN (CNP The search for John Ilowarlli, 60-year-old Golem an bachelor Tak Olani, Bernard HuJl, Mrs. Ruth Mack, Mrs. Mary Miller, Mrs. Lillian Woodford, Airs. In- ger Tety.laff, Mrs. DiaTint Knbik. Mrs. Man' Biggers, Mrs. Kay Hadford. Miss Mar- joric Gundlock. Mrs. Gordon Rice and Mrs. Arlenc Christen son. Sf'IKIOI, Leo L i s o s k i. principal, Lloyd Evers, Miss Luanne believed to have gone on a pic- j Ihe Blaii-more RCMP and Alf Longworth, superintendent of the Crowsncst Pass Forest Dis- mid-August, is lrlct, and His area was comb- Ictl. olber smaller search missing since continuing. To dale no sign of nuss-, inR man have been found. D...u aml Mr_ Mr. Ilou-arlh, a timekeeper. moniing to al Coleman Collieries mine, is j Fail-hanks. Stanley Long, Ken Brown. Mrs. Mabel Wilde, Mrs. Inez Truba, Mrs. Loreen Davr- son and Miss Louise Muller. ttKK.VniA.M SCHOOL kire-laking expedition in the. Window Mountain district, northwest of Coleman. M r. H o war) h was reported missing when lie Hid not re- Brian O'Neil. principal, Dar- port for bis duties at the mine. G a L z. Mrs. FJizabelh His car was later found park- Window Mounlain area on check for possible congregation of birds or other signs I hat might lead Lo the whereabouts of the missing nian. Mr. Longworlh said that once the rainy weather breaks and favorable search weather COALDALE (HNS) The teaching staff for the public schools in Letbbridge County 2G was recently announced. i There are 167 teachers in 111 I scliools. Classes commenced Uiday. Teacliei's are as follows: KATE ANDREWS J. E. Harold Huntrods, prin- cipal; Frank W. Featherstone, vice-principal; Mrs. C. K. M. Maier; Mrs. Ruth E. Blakie; Charles W. BryanU Mrs. Mar- guerite M. Bryant; Charles C. Coo; J. Sandy Fncscn; Mrs, Beatrice Garrow; Eugene Gregorash: Mrs. Gladys Hart; Neil G. Ilorlacber; Mrs. Pat- ricia Jamieson; Richard Y. Kanashiro; Miss Pius Lily cliael Peterson; A. Labolc- Larter: Mi- Hussell M. Hirsclio, Mrs. Marjoric ed on the Allison Creek road on turns another search party, in- Mrs. Esa Jones and Mrs. M. a trail lo Window Mountain. j eluding 2fi standby forest fire- A 50-man search parly will be organized to organized by Sgl. Al Dirk of I check furlhcr. Purdy; Edward Hyan; Leslie G. Santa; Ton: Sterenberg; Miss Emily Stringam; Mrs. Ada S. Turner; Dsloy 0. Wight; Arnold S. Hougan (first semes- L. Ha'-okl Harris (second MASI.VASIN SCHOOL James Weber. David WiUms. Alan Malson and Mrs. Edna Pcnrose. lIVTTEniTE COLONIES Elmspring Mrs. D. Mary Hyde. Sunnyside, Mrs. Eliza- beth Nickerson. j Miami Mrs. M. Duncan. New Rockporl J. Allan Bell. 0. K. DeMonie Vance. Milford Victor Gue.sl Wolf Creek Mrs. Norma Zobell. Travelling music C. Hen- nrickson. Ron LangJo Travelling art fra- belle Wagner. Mrs. Cocldan shows top pleasure horses STAVELV (HNS) large allended Ihe 10th Fight cancer GRANUM (HNS) Granum Elks finished their annual can- cer drive willi a total of SG92 collected. This is an average of per conlaci. The Iflks coiiducterl Ihc rinvn since IfHt) wilh Linden