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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta JO THE LCTHBRIDGE HERAID Wednesday, Seplombor 2, 1970 Honor Miss Karen McKenzie WARNER A slmv- cr honoring Hiss Karen Mc- Kciizie was held recently in the Warner Memorial Library. It was decorated with glads About 80 relatives and friends sinned the guest book. Mrs. Helen Docnz, master o( ceremonies presented the pro- gram, including a piano solo by Maureen Dickson; a flute solo by Leslie Crotcau with Mrs. Isabella Dickson at (lie piano; a humorous reading by Mrs. Vi Mueller; a n d Mrs. Joyce Thomas singing Around the World and Girl of My Dreams with Mrs. Lois dime accom- panist. Miss Diane Biglow, cousin of Shower Honors Miss Peterson GRANUM (HNS) The Uni- ted Church Hall was the scene of the bridal shower honoring Miss Karen Peterson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kent Peterson. Large baskets of garden- fresh daisies with handmade butterflies, designed by Mrs. Harvey Dimm, were decora- lively placed about the hall. The bride-to-be and her at- tendants were seated at a lace- covered table, under a green trellis, also decorated with dai- sis and butterflies. Helping unwrap the gifts were her. sister, Mrs. Larry Lewis, and a former classmate, Mrs. Del O'Riley, both of Claresholm, Corinne Espersen of Clares- holm was in charge of the guest book. Her mother, Mrs. Esper Esperson, recorded the gifts. Miss Doris Daley played a piano selection, The Bells of St. Mary. Mrs. Maurice Matlieson and Miss Maureen Matheson sang two vocal selections, The Won- der of You and Five Hundred Miles From Home. Mrs. Matheson played the piano ac- companiment. After the presentaiton of gifts the guest of honor thank- ed the guests and hostesses for their good wishes. Hostesses were: Mrs. T. Cairns, Mrs. F. Blair, Mrs. R. Blair, Mrs. G. Sakatch, Mrs. D. Weerstra, Mrs. T. Dimm, Mrs. H. Dimm, Mrs. M. Matheson, Mrs. E. Griffey, Mrs. H. Lang, Mrs. E. Mohr, Mrs. A. Travis, Mrs. C. Kangas, Mrs: P. Veenland, Mrs. C. Hykoop, Mrs. G. Johnson, Mrs. S. Hoglund and Mrs. A. Litle. Many marriages are wrecked or blighted by a simple hidden cause. Fatigue is easy to blame. But the real problem could lie deeper. Dr. Marion Hilliard, who was chief of obstetrics and gynecology at Woman's College Hospital in Toronto, discusses the problem frankly in the September issue! of Reader's She offers specific help and tells how to take the initia- tive in creating an "atmosphere of Pick up your copy of Reader's Digest today. the bride-to-be, and Miss Dale D o c n z assisted Miss Mc- in opening her gifts. These were recorded by Miss Joan Norris. Hiss McKeraie, only daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Mc- Kenzic, will be married to Clin- ton Fillicn, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Fillion of Calgary, Sat- urday, Sept. 5, at the Watcrton Lakes United Church. Open house from 7 to 9 will be held in the Warner School Auditorium with a dance to fol- low. Family Gathers FORT MACLEOD (HNS) The family of the late Stan Folden gathered at a banquet reunion at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rynold Karl here re- cently. Mr. Folden died in 1951. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Eenoit of Port Coquitlam, B.C., Mrs. Marjorie Mansfield of Pendleton, Ore., Mr. and Mrs. Gus Herreavele and son Craig of Fort Macleod, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Folden and sons and Mr. ami Mrs. Rynold Karl and families. Visit England COLEMAN (CAT Bureau) Mr. and Mrs. A. Rafferty of Coleman have returned after having enjoyed a six-week holi- day in England. 25thWedding Anniversary Celebrated NATAL, B.C. (HNS) Rela- tives and friends of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Katrichak of Natal gathered at the Frank Travis Ranch in the Elk Valley recent- ly to honor and celebrate the couple's 25th wedding anniver- sary. With ideal sunny weather prevailing throughout the af- ternoon the gathering enjoyed the day's outing as a picnic on the spacious grass grounds on the ranch. Activities also in- cluded that of playing bocce (Italian bowling) and horse- shoes. The honored guests, prior t cutting the anniversary cake were the recipients of a beauti ful set of figurines and a fon due set. The presentation was made by Michael Katrichak son of the honored guests, or behalf of the friends and rela lives. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Katri chak were married in Miche St. Michael's Catholic Church on August 11, 1945 with Fathe Edward Brophy, now of Cas tlegar Kinnaird, officiating Rev. Leslie Trainer of Nata also attended the anniversary observance. SPRUCE PLYWOOD 4% 62 Each Each .99 4'xS'xVa" Each .75 Marvel Exterior Oil Paint While, per gal. 4.95 Red, per gal.....5.49 Patio Biocks Grey, each 246 Colored, each Citation Prefinished Wall Panelling 8 natural wood finishes. 4'x8' sheet A Each Each 1300 Bushel Circular Plywood Grain Bin Erected and painted. 6 Foot Heavy Cedar Picnic Table Set up. To Clear..... 17.95 Rosco 1350 Bushel Grain Bin Erected with floor. Each 542.50 Studs Economy, each 3Sc Utility, each ......44C G65 Steel Storage Shed Complete wifh floor. 84.95 Each Wesleel Rosco 2700 Bushel Grain Bin Erected with floor. Each........876.50 FARMERS Turn surplus grain to cash wifh a Beaver Manufactured Log Barn Designed for speed and ease of erection. Simply set up the pre-assembled wall sections end truss rafters. Call in at our store for information and our log planning book. Colonial Prefinished Richly embossed prefinish- ed surfaces. Extra wide grooving for true plank ef- fect. Choice of 3 authentic hardwood finishes. 4'xB' sheets Each '.95 4'x8' Sheets Aspenlte Per Sheet Per Sheet Per Sheet Sfsre Hours For your convenience! Open Thursday till 9 p.m. and Saturday till 5 p.m. 3rd Ave. end 17th St. 5. Phone 328-4461 Penny Erickson Tops Nobleford Juniors By LUCINDA LUCIIIA Special Correspondent NOBLEFORD Nobleford United Church Women recently sponsored the fourth annual horticultural and baking show. This show was held in the Nobleford Legion Hall. Mrs. Isabella Stoller. present- ed the individual, overall win- ners with (heir prizes the same evening. Penny Erick son received both the award for horticulture and .the home baking section for children.' The 1969 winner, Jean Noble, was again the horticulture win- ner, but declined the award In favor of the second place finish- er, Barbara Renner. Rickie Van Dyke received the award for the most points in the adult homo baking sec- tion. Many handicrafts and paint- ings by local artists were on display, also a large display by the Barons Noble 4-H Garden- Grain Club. The horticulture section was judged as follows by Jim Archibald: CHILDREN VEGETABLES Beets 1. Fred Hann, 2. Perry Lu- chla, 3. Duane Erickson. Carrots l. Eugene Groten, 2. Karen Wurtz, 3 Duane Erickson. Onions: 1. Tim Mclntosh. Peas: 1. Perry Luchta, 2. Todd Mac- Donald, 3. Fred Hann. Beans: 1. Duane Erickson, 2. Kevin Lucf'.ia, 3. Bonita Groten. Cabbage: I. Gwen Luchia. Cooking Onions: 1. Lorraine Camp- bell, 2 Willma Hummel, 3. Penny Ericfcson. Pumpkin: T. Patti Stewart, 2. Bar- bara Stewart. Turnips: 1. Penny Erickson. Sweet Corn: 1. Karen Wurlz, 2. John Cucumber Slicers. 1. Diane Wurtz, 2 Kevin Luchia, 3. Duane Erickson, Lettuce. 1. Perry Luchia. Swiss Chard. 1. Duane Erickson. Basil. 1. Tim Mclntosh. Savory. 1 Tim Mclntosh. Sace: 1 Duane Erickson, 5. Gwen Luch'ia, 3." Kevin Luchia. Parsley: 1. Leslie Urvold, 2. Wanda Luchia, 3. Perry Luchia. T. Reese Mclntosh. Weed Seeds. 1. Tim Mclntosh, 2. Penny Erickson. Many of the above winners are mem- of the Barons-Noble 4-H Garden Ciub. FLOWERS Sunflower: 1 Duane Erickson, 2. Perry Luchia, 3. Gwen Luchia. Bachelor Buttons: 1. WMma Bakker, 2. Penny Erickscn, 3. Linda Bakker. Marigold. 1. Penny Erickson, 2. Les- lie Urvold. Pansy: 1. Penny Erickson. Aster: 1. Wilma Bakker, 2. Tim Mc- lntosh, 3 Penny ErIckson.J Marigold (dwarf) 1. Mary Jean Plomp, 2. Wilma Bakker, 3. Penny Erickson. Dahlia: 1. Penny Erickson, 2. Bren- da MacDonald, 3. Carolyn Sjogren. Carnation: 1. Penny Erickson. 2. Mary Jean Plomp. Sv.-ser Kea: I. Kenny trirkson, Mary Jean Plomp. 3 Brenda Wurtz. 1 Fred Hunn. J, Wilma kcr, 3. Darin Mazutlnec. ADULT VSGETA3LE Potato 1. Peggy Campbell, 2. Barbara Renner, 3. Laura Pirker. Potato 1. Barbara Renncr, 2. Par Imeson, 3. Rolcno Bakker. Corrols: 1. Neils Krlstofiersen, 2. Laura Parker, 3 Sadie Todd. Cabbage: 1. Inez Baker, 2. Isobel Hann. Tomato 1. Jean Noble, 5. Elmer Erlckson, 3. Ginger Erickson. Tomato 1. Ann Stotyn, 2. Betty Krall, 3. Elmer Erlckson. Cauliflower: 1. Jean Noble. Cucumber 1. Eleanor Phil- lips, 2. Jean Noble, 3. Isobel Hann. Cucumber 1 Eleanor Phillips, 2. Elmer Erlcksori, 3. Jean Noble. Beets: 1. Jeon Noble, 2. Ncls Krls- lolfersen, 3. Shirley Harrington. Onions 1. Barbara Ren- ner, 2. Jean Noble, 3..Ginger Erlckson. Onions 1. Inez Baker. Broccoli: 1 Jean Noble. Parsley: 1.' Jean Noble. Green Peas: 1. Rose Todd, 2, Jean Noble. Green Beans: 1. Isobel Hann, 2. Ele- anor Phillips, 3. Jean Noble. Wax Beans: 1. Peggy Campbell, 2. Jean Noble. Lettuce; 1- Betty Krai. Rhubarb: Jean Noble, 2. Lois Hann, 3 Shirley .Harrington Turnip: 1 Nels Krlstoffersen, 3. Jean Noble. Swiss Chard: T. Pat Imeson, 2. Jean Noble, 3. Lois Hann. Sweet Corn: 1. Barbara Renner, 2 Minnie Groten, 3. Laura Knight. Vegetable Marrow: 1. Peggy bell, 2. Betty Krai. Green Pepper: 1. Barbara Renner 2 Ginoer Erickson, 3. Lois Hann. FLOWERS Gladiolus (1 1 Ginger-Erick son, 2. Inez Baker, 3. Albert Renner Gladiolus (3 I, Ginger Erick son, 2. Barbara Renner, 3. Jean Noble Gladiolus 1. Jean Noble. Delphinium: T. Eleanor Phillips. Dahlia 1. Ginger Erlckson 2. Barbara Renner, 3. Jean Noble. Dahlia 7 Jean Noble, 2 Ginger Erickson. Dahlia 1. Ginger Erlckson 2. Barbara Renner. Dahlia 1 Irene Esau 2. Macy Koole, 3. Alice Siogren. Rose 1. Barbara Renner, 2 Eleanor Phillips, 3. Anton Stanislav. Rose 1. Jean Noble, 2. Eliza beth Stanfslav. RoS9 Jean Noble, Petunia 1. Barbara Ren ner, 2. Ginger Erickson 3. Betty Krai Petunia 1. Sadie Todd, 2 Elizabeth Stanislav, Zinnia: 7. Barbara Renner, 2. Elmer Erlckson, 3. May Dominique. Pansy: 1, Ginger Erickson. Snapdragon: 1. Jean Nobla. Aster: 1. Barbara Renner, 2. Gi Erlckson, 3 Isobel Hann. Sweet Pea: 1. Isobel Hann, 2. Eliza beth Stanislav, 3. Ginger Erlckson. Stocks. 2. Jean Noble. Mangold 1. Barbara Ren ner, 2. Eileen Urvold, 3. Elmer Erick Marigold 1. Alice 5. Eileen Urvold, 3. Rose Todd. Carnation: l. Sadie Todd, 2 Elmer Erickson, 3. Jean Noble. Clarkia: 2. Jean NohlP. Cosmos: 1. Jean Noble. Phlox 1. Joan Noble, 3 Eileen Urvold. Mixed Bouquet 1. Jean No- ble. 2. Mrs. VanDellan, 3. Isabel Hann Mixed Bouquet 1 Jear Noble. Table Centrepiece: T. Alice Slyka. Flower arrangement (not renlre 1. Barbara Renner, 2. Jean Noble. Potted Plant: 1. Elmer Erickscn, 2 Minnie Wurtz. FRUIT Apoles: T. Barbara Renner, 1. Elea- nor Phillips, 3. Jean Noble. Crabapples: 1. Elmer Erlckson 2 jean Noble, 3 Barbara Renner. 1. Barbara Renner, 2 Eleanor Phillips, 3. Jean Noble. Strawberry: 'l. Isotel Hann, 2. Rose Todd, 3. Elmer Erickson. Gooseberries: 1. Jean Noble, 2. Elei nor Phillips. Rogers Avenue Set For Paving By S. P. JOHNSON Herald News Service PICTUHE BUTTE At the regular meeting of the Picture Butte town council it was noted the installation of a new road base for the western j tion of Rogers Ave. v.'as re- cently completed. A primer coat of oil has been placed and this section is ready for paving in 1971. Plans are being made for the construction of a right angle siierseetic'h at Centre St. and Rogers Alberta Govern- ment Telephones was au- thorized to relocate a tele- phone pole at this proposed in- tersection. In the public works report it was noted the 1970 sidewalk program was completed this week. A 200-foot culvert was placed to the Rogers Ave. cou- lee. Council approved a bylaw which authorizes council to proceed with the application for a loan fern the Al- berta Municipal Finance Cor- [jccaticn for the purpose of- constructing the storm sewer system. Council is making plans to construct the skating rink dressing room. The estimated cost of this is with cam- jfetion depending on public support. It is expected work will com- mence in late September or early October. It is hoped the ice holding plant will be in- stalled in 1971 at a cost of some The plant will be located in lie dressing room building The Library Building roof is to be repaired at an estimated cost of Christmas tree lights will be >urchased, but it is hoped that he merchants will also assist n the decoration of their re- spective stores. A bylaw was passed which authorizes council to enter into m agreement with the Town of Coaldale and other neighboring municipalities for the cs- ablishmen and operation of a >rcventive social service pro- ;ram. The demolition of the Mac- Building will be com- pleted in September. This prop- erty will be ready for com- mercial development. Ncminiatkut day in the town is Sept. 16. There will be twc seats open on the town council for this election and the terms Gi office will be for one year. Council learned of a donation' which will be forth- coming from ths1 Picture Butte Lions Club. Ths Lions are mak- ing this donation for the skat- ing rink dressing room fund. It was also reported that some will be forthcom- ing from the Picture Butte and District Chamber of Com- merce project. This also is being earmarked for the dressing room fund. Chapman-Long Contract For Footings CRANE-HOOK (S'pecial) B.C. Hydro has let a contract .t over a million dollars ot Chapman Long Construction, North'Vancouver, for concrete footings for a 100-mile volt transmission line to link Bonneville Power Administra- tion supply via Nelway next fall for international power ex- change. The contract is for 94 miles of concrete footings via the al- ready prepared right-of-way from Nelway on Washington border through Creston Flats to a new substation several miles east of Cranbrook where pow- er will be stepped down to 000 volts for Gast Kootenay distribution. The newly-announced con- tract, one of a series for the project of meeting growing in- iustrial requirements in East Kcotenay, also includes six miles of wood pole structures across Creston Flats. Tenders for aluminum towers and con- ductor stringing for the new line close Sept. 22. The Bonneville exchange will receive its B.C. Hydro pow'er Vom Tnglcdow Substation near STew Westminster for the pow- er supplied to East Kootenay iria Nelway. Three Return From Sports Test MILK RIVER Vright, Corrino Haraga and (crry Hawthorne have just rc- urncd from Manitoba where hey competed in a week-long sports event at the Royal Ca- ladian Legion's youth camp. It was held in the Interna- tional Peace Gardens on the U.S.-Maniloba border. Rev. D. Howlett also attend- ed as an instructor for the Manitoba Centennial Sports '70 Program event. Currents: 1. Eleanor Phillies, 2, Jean Noble. Plums; 1. Barbara Renner, 2 Jeon Noble, 3. Eleanor Phillips. Home Baking section was judged by Ellzabelh Bart man, local district home economist, and fhe judging was as fol- lows. ADULT White Bread: 1. Eleanor Phillips, 2. Rlckie VanDyke, 3. Shirley Harrlnriton. Brown Bread: 1. Rickie VanDyke, 2. Inez Baker, 3. Pat Imeson Buns: 1, Elc.incr 2. Rlcklo VanDyke, 3. Shirley Harrington Cinnamon Buns: 1. Shirley Harring- ton, 2 Rlckie VanDyke, 3. Eleanor Phillips. Baking Powder Biscuits: 1. Rlclilo VanDyke, 2. Eleanor Phillips, 3, Molra Day .Noble. Bran Muffins: 1. Ginger Erlckson J. Macy Koole, 3. Elsie Renner. Tea Dainties: 1. Rlcklo VanDyke, 2. Inez Baker, 3 Edna Curie Apple Pie: Elsie Ronner, 2. Molra- Day Noble, 3. Vi Marshman. Lemon Pie. 1. Inez Baker, 2. Elsie Renner, 3. Moira-Day Noble. Jelly Roll: 1. Edna Curie, 2. Elsto Renner, 3. -Singer Erickson. Angel CaKe (not Rlckie Van- Dyke, 2. Macy Koole, 3. Eleanor Phil- lips Decoraled Cake: 1. Barbara Renner, 2. Edna Curie. Chocolate Cake: (not 2. Elea- nor Phillips, .3. Rlckie VanDyke. Chiffon Cake (not Rickie Van Dyke, 2. Betty Mae Stewart, 3. Laura Knight. Data Loaf: 1. Elaine Erickson, 2. Inei Baker, 3. Ginger Erlckson. CHILDREN Chocolate cake (not 2. Bar- bara Stewart. Bran Muffins: 2. Penny Erickson. Cup Cakes: '2. Penny Erlckson. Squares 1. Penny Erlck- son, 2. Wilma Bakker. Squares 1. Penny Erlck- son, Doug Erlckson 2. Helena Imeson. Cookies 1. Penny Erick- son, 2. Tim Mclntosh, Reece Mcln- tosh 3. Barbara Stewart. Cookies 1. Tim Mclntosh, 2 Penny Erickson, 3. Reece Mcln- tosh. Koci Teaches Art Classes BLAIHMORE (CNP Bureau) The Crowsnest Pass Rec- reation .office, in conjunction with Blairmoro artist Franz Koci, announce art classes will begin in early ''September and will continue to mid-December. Registrations will bo taken Sept. 14 for advanced students. Persons wishing more informa- tion should contact Mr. Koci at 562-2017. Mondays will be devoted to advanced students workshops from 8 to 10 p.m. classes will be taken Sept. 8 and these classes will be held from 8 to 10 p.m. Tuesdays. Children's art classes will also form part of the program and registration for these classes will be held Sept. 12. These classes will be held Sat- urday mornings from 10 a.m. to 12 noon. More than a year is spent to provide each United States resident with an Registrations for beginner j year. average of 750 cups of coffee a THE SCHOOL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION UTHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE in co-operation with H R BLOCK CO. Presents BASIC INCOME TAX COURSE 72 hours of class instruction Enrolment open to any interested man or woman Graduate in 12 weeks Taught by experienced tax people Day or evening classes available Course Begins Mon., Sept. 14th or Tues., Sept. 15ih REGISTER NOW! FoV further Information call either IETHBRIDGE H R BLOCK CO; 3rd Avenue South Phone 327-2141 Phone 327-3712 Mcixine Leather Shoes Much Below Usual Price When you see ihem, you'll be sold. Ladies' leather shoes crafted by a well known Canadian manufacturer. In straps, buckles, Ornaments, high and low heel st Assorted colors and tones. In fact, the shoes are as exciting as the price lag and all you pay is 3.66. Sizes: 5 to 10. (Styles not exactly as illustrated) Regular Woolco Price 6.97 to 9.97 pair CLOSED MONDAY Open Tuesday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Wednesday 9 a.m. f 1 and Friday 9 a.Ai. to 9 p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. fo 1 p.im ;