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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta IVsdnciday, September THE lETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 BLUE SHARKS END SEASON Members of the Picture Bulls Blue Sharks Swim- ming Club ended another successful season with a "corn bust" and weiner roasts. They also put on a water show and demonstration. Left lo right are: Darcy Shearer, Robbie Moriyama, Derrick Shearer, Diane Gunderson, Donna Thurlow, Lorraine Bossen- koll. Jerry Sabo, Bonnie Van Cleave, June Sabo. Kneeling are: Brenda Hattori, Bev- erly Karren, Barbara Karren, Michael Oliver. Back row: Shelly Palmer, instructor; Gregory Bossenkoll, Shelly Dickout, Shelly Foster, Kevin Gibb, Donna Hanna, Rick Davies, Cheryl Davies, Linda Van Cleave, Cindy Sabo, Cindy Murray and coach Dan Nelson. s- p- Photo Ne-iv Reading Program Introduced MAGRATH (HNS) Ma- grath Elementary School is in- troducing a new reading pro- gram this year. Grades 1, 2 and 3 will com- bine the language arts in a "Language Experience." Main aim of the new course is bet- ter understanding and compre- hension of what is read. Special Class NOBLEFORD (Special) Jack Hummel, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Hummel, will be en- rolling in the special classes for the hard of hearing at Central School, Calgary. Teachers Mrs. Cal Alston I and Mrs. Norman Stearns will I introduce the method in Grade one. Mrs. Ves Sabey has Grade 2, Mrs. Gerald Leishman, Grade 2 and 3, mixed and Mrs. Ray Pilling Grade 3. Mrs. Ray Barker will con- duct Grade 4 and teach art, music and speech. The latter is also a new course. Grade 5 teachers are Mrs. Mrs. Elaine Harker and Mrs. Kay Neilson. They will also handle Language Arts and Physical Education, respective- ly- Miss Janet Heninger is Grade 6 room teacher and vice principal Jay Hamilton will supervise the other Grade G and instruct math and sci- ence in the departmentalized system. Another new feature is band in Grade 6. Boyd Hunter will be instructing. Principal Loran Kelson as- sists in language, mathematics and science. Leave Coleman COLEMAN (CNP Mr. and Mrs. Harry Reichel and family of Coleman left last week for Grande Cache where Mr. Reichel is employed at the mines. and now from Kerb's Western Weor setting the South Country's image with selection and quality western clothing Herb Shector suggests "THE RUGGED LOOK" FOR BACK-TO-SCHOOL 'THE DINGO BOOT" As illustrated so popular 11" lops, all leather n light brown, deep olive brown, and black, with buckle strap and blunt toe. 34.95 THE NEW "CIVIL WAR BOOT" Just arrived of Herb's by Texas Boat Co., features 15" lops, high blunt toe, strap effect with ring, in top grain natural waxed leather PRICED AT 'THE HALTER SPUR STRAP BOOT Similar to above in Brown Sahara fins grain Ambine eather. Suited for the 9Q MEN'S COWBOY BOOTS FRINGED VESTS Of Split Cowhide with 8" fringe. Sizes 36 lo 44 Colors Dork Brown and Deep Gold. 04. FRINGED JACKETS In sizes 36 to 44. Colors Dark Brown and Deep Gold with 8" or 12" fringes. PRICED FROM SEE OUR NEW ARRIVALS IN WINTER JACKETS You can choose from Leathers, Suedes, Split Cowhides, Pigskin, and Pioneer Brand Down Filled Jackets. A TRULY REMARKABLE SELECTION Remember If if's WESTERN or RUGGED and if it's NEW you'll find it FIRST at WESTERN VE1B GRAIN TAKEN IN TRADE FOR MERCHANDISE 308 5th Street S. Phone 328-4726 DISTRICT DOINGS Evaluate Games PICTURE BUTTE (Special) j Recreation directors for North and South County will at- tend a summer games evalua- tion meeting to be held at the Buckhorn Ranch, Pinchcr Creek today. Explorers Meet NOBLEFORD (Special) Nobleford United Church Ex- plorers have commenced meeting in the basement of the United Church Wednes- day after school. Mrs. Luchia is again Die chief councillor. To High River FORT MACLEOD Mr. and Mrs. Joe Grier, Fort Macleod oldtimers, left this week to take up residence in High River. Except for five years spent with the Canadian Army during the first war, Mr. Grier has spent his 88 years in Fort Macleod. Joe Grier, son of a NWMP of '74 was born in 1883. He re- ceived his education in the old Macleod public school and worked on his father's farm until war broke out. He enlisted and shipped out to England by October of 1914. He met his wife, Florence Haken, in Eng- land. They returned to Macleod in 1919 and have been an inte- gral part of the community through the years. Paving Begins COLEMAN (CNP Everali Construction of Ed- monton has begun paving streets here. The work began on main street and will move north along the other streets. About five miles of pavement is to bs laid at a cost of ap- proximately 291 Attend NOBLEFORD (Special) The doors of Noble Central School again opened to another year of school activities, as school commenced for another season. The principal is again Max Pharis, with Paul Coldade the vice-principal. The total enrolment is 291, up approximately 30 pupils over last year's enrolment. There are 29 beginners. Mrs. Bertha Yagos is again the Grade One teacher. Miss Elaine Sorgard teaches Grade 2, Miss Marian Tono- mura is the Grade 3 teacher, Mrs. Kay Gaffney the Grade 4 teacher. Mrs. Erla Sanderson has the largest class, with 33 in Grade 5, and Mrs. Karen Deimuth is the Grade 6 teacher. The teachers in the high school section are Mrs. Edna Hamilton, W. Houn, H. Liso- wicz, Mrs. Brunhilde Rousch, P. Nedza, Mrs. Luella Siray. There are 27 in Grade 10; 21 in Grade 11 and the smallest class has 14 in Grade 12. Table Proposal i CRANBROOK (Special) Recent Association of Koote- nay Boundary Municipalities tabled a proposed electronic data processing plan which would have administered through computers the Region- al Districts of East Kootenay, Central Kootenay and Koote- nay Boundary and their 35 municipalities along with school districts later. Report by W. K. Smith of the department of municipalities showed municipal administra- tion costs in Kootenay Bound- ary, covering both Kootenays, have risen from a in 1965 to in 1569. Escalating requirements in municipal billing and account- ing correspondingly escalates clerical staff and an AKBM committee of Reeve Harder and Eric Wilmott, Nelson, Cran- brook treasurer Bland Hoover, Kimberley treasurer Don Tor- geson, Albert Mitchell, Trail, mtl RDEK administrator Frank Berloia. Class Of 1928 Holds Reunion PINCJIER CHEEK (Special) A re-union was held recent- ly by the 1928 Grade 7 and 8 class of Hie Plnchcr Creek Ele- mentary School. In 1928 a class picture, with tlie teacher Miss Seville, was taken and 42 years later a chance happening on the photo- graph led to a re-union with 23 of the original 39 being in at- tendance. Through the efforts of a com- mittee of Doug Fraser, M a e Robinson, Grace Tucker, Roy Hassct and Hughiu Lancaster, all students in the picture were contacted. Miss Seville, the teacher, had died. Tommy Scott, RCAF, and David Bain, RAF. were killed during the war. Others who were as far away as England, California and oth- er distant points expressed re- gret at being unable to attend, but sent their greetings. Tiie evening started a banquet for the members and their wives and husbands. An open house was field later when about 100 people were in attendance. Reminiscing was the order of Lhc evening. Attending this event weic Dave Hallon, llillcrcst; Syd Potter, N. Vancouver; Doug Fraser; John Frcebairn; Cal- gary; Ken llassett, Calgary; 11 u g h Lancaster; Ruth (Has- sett) Bandirk, Calgary; Mae (Allison) Robinson; Phyllis (Hoar e) Hart, Edmonton Grace (Allison) Tucker Reeves Storey, Trail, B.C.; Doug Buchanan; Mary (Laid- law) Tyson, Kimberley, B.C.; Edna (McLaughlin) Nichols, Edmonton; Roy llassett; Hank Callahan, Vancouver; George Lowden, Red Deer; Bill Laid- law; Elsie (Lancaster) Mc- Intyre, Lelhbridge; Agnes (Laidlaw) Scott, Nanaimo, B.C.; Joan (Buchanan) Lynch- Staunlon, Calgary; Tom Heap, Cowley; Dr. Cecil Walkey, Duncan, B.C. A breakfast was held the fol- lowing morning at (lie home of Mrs. J. Robinson. FAST FISH A wahoo is one of the fastest game fish. STRIPES ARE IN STYLE A familiar sight to many visitors to Canadian forests, this pair of chipmunks re- verse the process and gaze curiously at a group of picknickers below. Cesar photo yOVK FOOD Prices effective Thurs., Fri., Sat., Sept. 10th, llth, 12th. CHUCK OR ROUND BONE Cross Rib Roast POrk ROaSt Boston Butt, boneless Ib. 5oC Smoked Shoulder tyi. 49c Side Bacon oy the 75c Pork Sausage.......................m 68c Sausage Sticks 1.69 Salami or Summer Each GREEN GIANT PEAS CREAMETTE Macaroni 2-lb. pkg. 2 BURNS SPREADEASY CHEESE 2-lb. pkg..... 4.r PEACHES 2 79' MALKIN'S BEANS: PORK FRUIT COCKTAIL GreenGiant 14-oz. tin, Malkin's Fey. 14-or. tins for 1 SHREDDIES Nabisc, ROSEBUDS Californiq Thompson Seedless Grapes 3 Valencia Oranges pkg. 2fer89c 14-oz. pkg. 07C B.C. Prune 4 .00 4 ,..-.77 B.C. Farms Bartlett Pears ,00 GRAHAM'S FOOD MARKET 70S 3rd Avenue South GROCERIES 327-5434, 327-5431 MEATS 327-1812 OPEN THURSDAY TILl 9 P.M. PHONE AND SAVE FREE DELIVERY East Lethbridge Rotary Club's 6th ANNUAL INDOOR HORSE SHOW 3 BIG DAYS-SEPT. 10-11-12 Lethbridge Exhibition Pavilion FEATURE ATTRACTION DEN. WEISEN and ROBT. S. WARD and the "PERFECTO HORSES" THESE DRESSAGE HORSES: -Are the only 2 horses ever to perform on stage in Carnegie Hall been featured for six weeks at the Stardust Hotel In Las Vegas -Havt filmed 7 shows in Hollywood presently being filmed in Disneyland EVERY SHOW DIFFERENT SEE DON REMINGTON'S 2 ANTIQUE CARRIAGES Walking Five goited Shetland Fine Harness Arabian Pleasure Parade Horses Open Perf. Jumping Fine Harness Reg. Quarter Hones PIUS MANY MORE TICKETS ON SALE AT THE PARAMOUNT THEATRE LOBBY EVENINGS AND SATURDAY MATINEE ALSO AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR TELEPHONE RESERVATIONS 327-3554 PLEASE NOTE: Telephone reservations will only be held until one hour prior to show, lime they will then bo sold. after which ;