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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Tunday, 26, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGt HEttAlD 3 FIRST WORID WAR VETERANS of the First World War, now patients in the Col. Belcher Hospital at Calgary, enjoy a "cool one" after a hot turkey dinner, courtesy the Fort Macleod Royal Canadian Legion auxiliary. Mrs. Bellows joins them. Swihart Photos Exceptional children vulnerable to stress PINCHER CREEK The Al- berta Teachers Association here is sponsoring an all-clay insll- lule on the theme "The Excep- tional Child." It will be held Wednesday at Matthew Hallon School. Anyone may attend. Dr. Guy Doll, Mrs. Pauline Zukiwsky, Dr. Kurt Adler and Ken McKic, provincial supervi- sor of special education for Al- berta among others, will pre- sent a comprehensive program for educationists and the gen- eral public. The Toronto Globe and Mail asked the question: "Do chil- dren come to school maladjust- ed or do they become malad- justed by the system? Arc we in fact, driving a lot of children D. H. Stott of the University cf Cuelph estimates that about 3 per cent of boys and seven cent of girls ore born with landicaps of temperament, that s-to say damage to, or weak- ness in, their behavioral sys- tem. They are vulnerable to en- vironmental stress. In order to prevent a vicious circle of worsening relation- ships between the child and his environment careful diagnosis and management is required by parents and school systems. The exceptional child theme concerns everyone. Gifted, av- erage, or handicapped, children arc individuals and each chile is exceptional. IT'S WONDERFUL Mrs. Annie Brewsler of Fort Macleod celebrated her 95lh birthday recently. A group of her friends assisted her daughter, Mrs. Mabel Collar, in serving the luncheon to the many friends who called. Mrs. Brewsler, who has been a member of the United Church choir since her arrival in the district in 1903, is still active. Commenting on her birthday, she said: "isn't it wonderful? I just can't believe it has been so long." Trade recipes TP( ETZIKOM (HNS) Tho Community Ladies met at Uis home of Mrs. Clifford (Bar- bara) Traxler recently with roll call a favorite recipe, Mrs. Mike (Alice) Ondrick reported on the Faith Union Cemetery work bee. The lea prize went to Mrs. Ellen Hcitrich. She also assist- ed her daughter in serving lunch. The next meeting Is sched- uled for Oct. 11 at the home of Mrs. Rose Burger. More district on page 6 School board has vacancy for trustee PINCHER CREEK (Special) The Pincher Creek school board has announced a byelec- tion for a school trustee will be held this year in Subdivision No. 6. The subdivision includes the town and the area within the boundaries of the old Pincher Creek School District No. 121. A ministerial order, which became effective Sept. 1, 1972, specifies that the number of trustees for Subdivision No. 6 be increased to two. Residents in the Pincher Creek school division mil there- fore be represented by seven trustees instead of Uw six mem- bers which make up the boarc at the present time. term of office for the additional trustees will expire in October, 1974. Notice of nominations will be given prior to Oct. 25. Women gather ETZtKOM (HNS) The Hoping Women's Institute mel recently at the home of Mrs Tony (Frances) Herbst with 12 women in attendance. The annual Halloween mas' qucrade dance was set for Oct 27. A draw for the Hope Chcs articles and other prizes wil be on the agenda for that night The hostess gift was present ed to Mrs. Dora Stattlemann. The next meeting is sched uled for Oct. 19 at the homi of Mrs. Tony Maasakkers Foremost. Veterans enjoy outing AN OUTING FOR VETERANS Fort Macleod Royal Canadian Legion Branch 46 and its auxiliary recently entertained 35 patients from the Col. Belcher Hospital, Calgary. Robbie Allen, above, served in the British army from 1905 to 1922, farmed at Delia until the Sec- ond World War when he served with the military police. He chats with Mrs. Joyce Bellows of the Calgary Legion auxiliary sick and visiting committee. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Street mark 25lh wedding anniversary ETZIKOM pera lions. Miss Dwarkin won the Crows Vest Industries' scholarship, ivorth and also a Govern- ment of B.C. scholarship which vould have paid three-quarters of her tuition fees. However, she elected to attend the Uni- of Calgary, fbus giving up the government scholarship. She wrote special exams, which enabled her to enter first year Calgary University, equivalent o second year at UBC. She in- ends to study commerce. Miss Bryant won the Kaiser Resources scholarship, worth S250, a CNI scholarship and Government of B.C. scholar- ship which will pay three-quar- ters of her tuition fees. She )lans to study at the B.C. In- stitute of Technology to become laboratory technician. Goodbyes said to Yirosleks ENCHANT (HNS) A fare- well party was given in the En- chant Hall for Mr. and Mrs. Sam Virostek. They have taken up residence a', Lelhbridge. Mrs. Virostek came to Leth- bridge in and moved to Enchant in 1907 with her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dor- chak. They were married in 1918 and had a family of 13 of which 10 are living. Tho community presented them with n rocking chair, a silver engraved tray and a smoke set. The family gave them, a bath- room set. Starts this week! Watch for diir value-packed 8-page flier in the mail now it's full of specials for home and farm improvement Hurry to Beaver today for 3 great weeks of the best brand-name bargains in town! RUNTS FOR LESS Citton? Satin Latex Ciltone Satin Latex One coat covers! In white and your favorite colors. Gilux Plastic Coating Cilux Super Gloss Ciltone Semi-Gloss Choose high or lowgloss for a smooth protective urethane finish. The most durable, scrubbable enamel you can buy! White and colors. BRAND NAME SALE "Wash 'n wear" paint for walls, and trim. While and colors. BRAND NAME SALE PER GAL, MANAGER'S SPECIALS SPRUCE PLYWOOD Wall Paper Choose from a wide as- sortment of colorful Sherwin Williams pre- pasted wall coverings. 2" Economy lumber Phone 328-4461 Open Monday to Friday a.m. 10 p.m. Saturday a.m. to p.m. 3rd Ave. and ;