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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 5, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta POT-LUCK LUNCHEON GATHERING AT THE PAUL MADGE RESIDENCE, MILK RIVER Patients Enjoy Milk River Outing MILK RIVER (HNS) Mu tiple sclerosis patients and ou patients from Lethbridge hos- pitals undertook a cavalcade t Milk River recently for a bar beque luncheon as guests Paul and Nola 'Madge. At noon, when the cavalcad arrived, the weather was coo but the reception was warm and the celebration started in doors with no loss of excite ment. The luncheon event, mucl looked forward to by the mul tiple sclerosis patients, wa, postponed from June becausi of rain and was keenly appre ciated because of the adcte length of hopeful anticipation. The first wheelchair arrivec at as Claude Feather- stone manoeuver'ed his through the front door of home. the Madge By the tune Fraser Hodge- son's chair, navigated1 by Mrs, Hodgeson, entered the front door, there were 15 wheelchair and many walking patients comfortably arranged in the Forest Guards Meet Sept..9 COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) Coleman Girl Forest Guards group has announced registra- tions for club membership for both regular and new members will be taken in the St. Paul's United Church clubrpom here from p.m. Wednes- day, Sept. 9. Interested girls between the ages of six -to 16 years may register. The club meetings for the season will begin Sept. 16 at p.m. house for the luncheon. Chief cooks Bob Niven and Paul Madge cooked up deli- cious fare on the patio to be served inside. Ongoing entertainment was provided by Bob Baylog on the accordian, Dal Jones and Bob Niven on the piano and Doreen Nteilson leading in favorite songs. By the sun came out to warm the air sufficiently for the whole group to move outside to the patio where poetry presentations were given as entertainment. At 3 p.m. coffee and cake serving was given on the back- yard patio. Following the lunch, the president of the Multiple Scle- rosis Society of South Alberta, Judge E. B. Feu-, thanked the host and hostess for their hos- pitality and expressed appre- ciation for all who helped with the event. Host Paul Madge warmly in- vited the group back again next year. wife and I enjoy a pic- nic as much as anybody and naturally we were delight- ed when the kind members of the Bradshaw family invited us to a friendly gathering at Belly River flats. I said to Hildegard to get tilings all ready and we'd leave right at noon Saturday, right after the newspaper was on the press. I had the camper all ready and planned' to change my clothes on the road. We were looking forward to a real nice time. Saturday morning dawned bright and sunny. I got through work okay and arrived home sharp at My wife and kids were all set to go. I nipped into the camper. Our plans were made. We sailed out south of Leth- bridge on the Scenic Drive and headed west on Highway 5. Hildegard took it easy and I We Are Not Afraid Of Tomorrow' By K. D. HOWLETT Herald News Service MILK HIVER Graduation exercises for the Erie Rivers High School in Milk River were held recently. Forty young people were hon- ored for completion of high school requirements. Tlie central thought of the ex- ercises was "We are not afraid of tomorrow, for we have seen yesterday and we love today." Miss Gail Lodermeier sang the theme song, Come Satur- day Morning, and To Sir, With ove. Class valedictorians Cheryl Welsh and Betty Jeffers ex- >ressed the ttought that others lad taught them so much they lave the courage to think of the uture and to travel a long way vith the resolve "to strive, to seek, to find, and not to yield." The poetic class history was n-esented by Neva Bair. David Nattress based his talk n tire famous Shakespearean hrase "to be or not to be" iken from a Hamlet -sililoquy, le meaning of which is really to live or not to live, that is le question." He said: "We must believe in ourselves and in our contribu- tions, knowing that 'what we are' is the greatest real contri- bution we can make hi life, and life without contribution is not living. To live or .not to live is a question we all must face." C. R. Salmon was master of ceremonies. The following awards of merit were presented: Bob Williams Memorial Tro- phy for curling the Arlene Ellert rink. J. A. Jochem Memorial Awards: Athlete of the Year, Miss Carla Eagleson; Social by Mrs.. Francis Mueller for Mathematics 30, Miss Cheryl Milk River Fireman's Award presented by Arthur Oswald for Chemistry 30, Miss Cheryl Welsh. Milk River Kinsmen Award, presented by Miss Janice Miller for Biology 30, Miss Cheryl Welsh. Milk River Local Board Award, presented by Mr. Ken Welsh for French 30, Miss Betty Jeffers. Anonymous Award, presented for Physics 30, Roy Wone. Graduating were: Neva L. Bair, Gilbert A. Barrows, Lyle L. Bellew, Peggy J. Blackmer, Valerie M. Blackmer, Danette L. Chapman, Robert J. Coffin, Veronica A. Doenz, Michael S. Drew, Carla M. Eagleson, Arlene M. Ellert, Eugene A. Ellert, Jolaine L. Eves, Roland B. K. Foss, Diane B. Gaits, Laura C. Hansen, Reed I. Haw- thorne, Curtis E. Henrie, Mark D. Hummel, Betty A. Jeffers, Maureen A. Kemble, Nina Ko- wal, Dennis E. McTaggart, Ralph L. Miller, Beverley C. Mueller, Edwin A. Peterson, John W. Racz, Louis C. Racz, .S. Gems of Truth: PRESENTED WEEKLY BY: VAN PELT CUSTOM INTERIORS LTD. SUPPLIERS OF BUILDING MATERIAL SPECIALTIES LETHBRIDGE They nailed His hands, they pierced His brow, As they cried with a fiendish glee, "IF thou, be ihs Son of God-come down" But-He stayed on the cross for me. FAMILY REUNION Enjoying their recent family reunion at Waterton are; Mr. and Mrs. James Blaxall of fethbridge; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tomlinson, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Tomlinson and Mr. and Mrs. Ron Hansen and Derek, all of Magrath. Mr. and Mrs. Blaxall's children are Sliauna, Norris, M elanie, luanna and Burns. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Tomlinson's children are Joann, Valerie and Martha Jane, Missing are Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tomlinson and son of Taber and a Blaxall baby. THE IETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE School of Continuing Education offen Housewife's Cleaning Course or Custodial Course Cleaning and Sanitation lectures and demonstrations in all aspects ef cleoning and sanitation. Learn how to effectively core {or home and office. Course covors: Floor Cora ond Moinlenunc. Carpet Care and Moinfenqnce Proper Care of Painted and Wood Areas Cleaning and Sanitation of Food ond Washroom Areas Every afternoon starting Sept. 14th, 1970 from to p.m. Course ends Friday, September 18lh, 1970 For further details or course registrations Telephone 327-2141-Extension 228 Time: Fee: COUNTRY NEWS These Are The LcthBtidge Herald Correspondents In Your Area NATAL, B.C. PAULCHALA ................P.O. Box 287 LOMOND Mrs. Leonard Chflte .........Genoorl Delivery CARDSTON Mrs. Catherins GensrolDeliyery COWLEY Clarence Weekes.................P.O. Box 7 STAVELY RON POWSll Th. Courier CRANBROOK MRS. JOYCE NOWICKI Ctneral Delivery Contact people for your District or Clatlified Advertising WANTED SCRAP IRON NOW PAYING MORE FOR ALL TYPES OF SCRAP METAL Farm Anything Made of Iron! COPPER BRASS RADIATORS BATTHIES CAST IRON- Efe. Truck Loads Carloads- Truck Service National Salvage Company LIMITED NEW LOCATION 206 33rd Street North Phone. 3280721 "Scrop Is Our Busineii" To Algeria NATAL, B.C. (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mace and son Rickj' of Calgary left recently for Oran, Algeria, where they will make their home during the years. Mrs. Mace is the dauehter of Mr. and Mrs. George Fedorek of Elk Valley. Air. Mace is em- ployed by Globe Universal Sci- ences and Exploration. By D'ARCY RICKARD got onl of ray white shirt an tie. I wanted to relax at the pi' nic in something informal. Bi I thought a bottle of beer wotil set me up so before gettin dressed again I opened one up It was nice and cool sittin there in the camper. And tha "cool one" tasted real swell. We Whipped past MagratI through Cardston. Leavitt an Mountain. A'icw. The family u front was enjoying the scei e'ry, especially the magnificen view of Chief Mountain and the splendour of the Rockies. Shortly after crossing th Belly River, Hildegard droppe her sunglasses to the floor an pulled over to the side of th road to retrieve them. I go out, only to see the vehicle away again. There was nothini I could shout, that seemed to d any good. I saw Hildegard am the kids whipping up the Oli Chief Highway. When the mounties saw m hitchhiking to Waterton iii my underwear they stopped mediately. I was in Waterton quite promptly. It was obvious I wasn't a lu'ppie but nobody would belive my story. Finally the RCMP agreed t look for the wife. They caugh up with her just as she was turning off into the Belly Rivei campground. Hildegard, know ing there was a fine waiting for me for drinking in the camper, said she was alone. "That's said the mountie, "because there's a fel low down in the cells that say's he's your husband." My wife threw up her hands, They came back and we set- tled the matter. By this time we were a bit famished. In the restaurant I said "Why is ev- eryone "Your fly is whisper- ed the wife. I looked around the room and with a nonchalant pass of my hand zipped it up. Then we relaxed a bit and got to teving a laugh over what had happened. But the worst was yet to come. When we got up to leave, the table- cloth, being caught in my zip- per, pulled everything to the floor. Zippers being what they are, I couldn't get it out, not even with the waitress trying to help. Everyone in the res- taurant was getting quite a belly laugh until they cut me loose with a pair of scissors. We decided we'd had enough excitement for the day and went right home. I never did get to the family picnic. We'll be off again on this long week- end. But not to Waterton. Saturday, 5, 1970 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 Roundup Of District News Passes Tests COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) Linda Cohvcll, 15 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Colwell of Cokman, recently completed classes at the Cai- gavy Summer School of Skat- ing. She passed her fourth figure skating etsts. The tests in the Junior Silver dance section included the Am- erican Waltz and the Rocker Foxtrot dances. She is well known In Crows- nest Pass Figure Skating cir- cles having performed in the annual i c e carnival shows sponsored by the Crowsnest Pass Figure Skating Club. OK Sausage Shop NATAL, B.C. (HNS) At a recent meeting of the District )f Sparwood advisory planning ward approval was given to plans from Mr. Szing for a meat and sausage shop. After ratification of this ap- jroval by council, Mr. Szing can start construction. Preliminary approval w a s also given for the Dawson plot )lan for a 100 rental unit sin- ;Ie men's hostel to be built ad- acent to the Proposed Motor- lotel in Sparwood. 163 Register COUTTS (HNS) C o u 11 s school opened Tuesday, Sept. 1, vilh 163 students registered. There are 21 beginners for Jrade 1 this year with the ear- y admissions. The new staff includes. rade 1 Miss Louise Mueller; rade 2 Mrs. Loreen Dawson; rade 3 Mrs. Inez Truba; Grade 4 Mrs. Mabla Wilde; Jrade 5 Mrs. Evelyn Long; Trade 6 Stanley Long; Grade Lloyd Evers; Grade 8 Miss udy Dickie; Grade 9 Leo Lis- wstci, principal; band twice week Kent Vaughn; art- nee a week Mrs. J e r r y :ubik and gymnastics Andy -rasspointer. Offer Bursaries P1NCHER CREEK Special) Captain McPhail 'Chapter of IODE is again inviting ap- ications for two annual bur- aries being offered this year. Awards of each are avail- ble in the Vocational and Aca- emic Fields of education. Interested students in this In- lectorate may apply to IODE [ucational section, Mrs. D. B. ennis at Box 7, Lundbreck, ting Grade 12 examination arks stating the name of hool or college where fur- thering educational course will be taken, and a reference from one teacher and from one non- rclativc. Eagles Win NATAL, B.C. The Kaiser Coal Dodgers Softball Club hosted a round-robin Softball tournament recently with five teams p a r t i c i paling. Kaiser Coal Dodgers, Natal Firemen, Bellevuc Eagles, Bellevue Boomers and Bellevue Blair- more Revelsloke Lumbermen. Seven games were played at the Sparwood School grounds with Bellevue Eagles copping Uie tournament. Winning pitcher: Haydhuk, Barnelt suffered the loss in the final game for the Boomsrs. TRUCKS WANTED! TO HAUL GRAVEL AND ASPHALT W. C. WELLS CONSTRUCTION FORT MACLEOD, ALTA. Barbara J. Ballermann. 17, graduated from the Raymond High School with an average mark of 82.2 for seven subjects. This was enough for her to win the Alberta Hotelmen'i Association scholarship valu- ed at 5600. The scholarship is based on marks and need of the student. Miss Ballermaun is enrolled in a pre-medicino course at the University of Alberta and tentatively plans on a professional career in pediatrics. She Is the daugh- ter of Air. and Mrs. Joseph Ballennann of Raymond. YOU CAN SAVE YOUR HAIR FREE CLINIC in IETHBRIDGE on Tuesday, Sept. 8, Only More District On Page 28 Interest on Savings Accounts Interest on Free Chequing Accounts FARMERS MERCHANTS TRUST LETHBRIDGE 309 7th ST. S. PHONE 328-5548 Calgary, Red Deer, EdmorKon, Grande Prairie, Lethbridge, Medicine Hat, Montreal RAPESEED GROWERS... NOTE Because cf expanded facilities, rapeseed grown over and above existing contracts may now be contracted through a Supply Contract with Western Canadian Seed Processors Ltd. THIS NEW SUPPLY CONTRACT Insures delivery of all stock between January 1st ond July 21sl, 1971 Choice of selling dale with price f.o.b. lethbridge on dots of sals selected by the grower 8 farm storage paid at the rale of !c per bushel psr month from conlract date to delivery dale o possibls lie per bushel Cash advances available based on 50% of current price upon delivery ENQUIRE WESTERN CANADIAN SEED PROCESSORS LTD. P.O. Box 99 LETHBRIDGE Phone 327-3781 COMMUNITY AUCTION SALES ASSOCIATION LTD. REGULAR CATTLE SALE WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 9th--11 a.m. PINCHER STATION SALES YARD Including: FAT and FEEDER CATTLE 350 YEARLING FEEDERS 100 head from Kflilh Walper, Pincher Creek 70 head John and Gordon leilfosky, Lvndbrfck 50 Angui Miller, Twin Bulls head Fronds Twin J5 Diilotujh fstals. Twin BylU lus; A consisnminl of CHAROLAIS ond CHAROLAIS CROSS CALVES from Frank Fiihir, Pincher CONSIGN YOUR CATTLE EARLY GR05S-627-2285 Fieldmon-DON FITZPATRICK-627-4083 C. No. 3 After Scalp Specialist here to Demonstrate New Home Treatment. Free Scalp Examination See Mr. Noble in person, learn how baldness can be stopped, and new hoir grown on your own scalp. The new rneihods permit you to act- ually sfop your boldness and improvo your hoir in the pri- vacy of your own home. NEW TREATMENT Now, even if you are, have been laking scalp treat- ment before, you aro wel- come to come in and a Richard's specialist today. HELPS WOMEN AS WELL Richard's offers hops for women (oo even those suffering from troublesome alopecia areata. The form- ula has helped many des- pairing women lo save their hair, gain new hair beauly, new self confidence. It can do the sama for you. FREE CLINIC For o frfie examination and discussion of your hoir pro- blems ask ol ths desk at the Morqyis Hotel en Tuesday, Sept, 8 only, between 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. for Mr, NobU's suite number. You won't need an appointment. You won't be embarrassed or obligated m any way. arev given in private. RICHARDS CLINICS 2390 Vancouver, B.C. ;