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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, 28, 1972 THE 1ETHBRIDGE HERALD IS Wilson school awards The annual Scholarship Day was held at Wilson Junior Hign School Sept. 22, The following students were presented with awards markiii g outstanding scholastic achievement: Wilson Junior school homt and school association award la the slu dents wlfh the highest average in so- cial jfudles irt Grades 7, a and 9: Le- anne Marsdcn, Laverne end Joe Anderson; Halg Clinic Award lo highest average In Grade P; Mark Shaskln and Yvonne Stotyn; Slck's Lethbridge Award 1 Ihe student wlln the highest average In Grade MarK and Yvonne Slofyn; Elllscn Milling Co. Award 1o 1he sludent with the highest In Gratf The Jean Glover Award offered by the Dr. F. H. Mewburn Chapter IODE to 1he sludent with trie highest i Fn Grade 8 home economics: Ohno; Quola Club lo 1he stu typing: Bev Wiki, Penny Helnonei and Candy Lee; Clinic Award lo the sfy dent wHh the highest average In Grad 9 language end social studies: Lcrrl Willelij; Winer's Library Award to th scfence In Grades 7 and a: Barv, Lliai Grades 7, 8 and 9: Lorraine Daw verne Gllchrbh and Terrl Ohno, Mar Shaskln; Clhrary Award to Ihe s1 dents with the highest average language In Grades 7, and 9: She ley Barva, Roscmarlc Schlcgl, Lcr WilLetls; Miner's Library Award !o th studenf wHh the highest mark in w French In Grade B: Louise UHbcyEri Southern Stationers Award to the s" dent the highest mark 1n ma ematEcs In Grade 9: fAark Shasklnj Draf fin's Dispensary Award to student with the highest mark Grade 9 oral French: MarV: Shaskf W.ark Charlesj Leister's Music to 1he student the gr progress in junior band: F'at WaH George Wilson to the stude with the highest average in Grade sciences Mark Shaskin, Yvon Slotyn; Staff of Wilscn Junior High Award to the students with the highest aver- Ca verne Gllchrlstr George Wilson Award !o the sludent most proficient fn Grade 9 Induslrial arlj: Mark Shas- UnltetJ Brotherhood cf Carpenters and Joiners of America Local E46 Award to fhe most proficient student In Grade 9 Industrial arls: Tom Btock, Ralph Pcllockr Public Schosl Board Fine Award to student showing atand'ng creativity in art: Holly Wheeler; G. R. Castles Award to sludenf wMh the highest average In Grade 9 and sc' Mark Snasfcln. Leaving accident fine John Bakos, 61, of 622 7th St S. was fined a total of when he pleaded guilty in Lelh bridge provincial judge's cour to charges of leaving the scene of an accident and operating an uninsured motor vehicle. Court was told a car driven by Bakos hit the rear of a car angle-parked in the 300 block of 7th St. S., forcing it into another parked car. Damage to the parked veliicles totalled about ?500. Following the collision Bakos fled from the scene of the acci- dent, and was apprehended by police more tban a week later. At the time of Iiis apprehen- sion police report he had re- placed the damaged front fend- er on his car, painted the re- placement fender with a spray can of paint the color as his car and had hidden the damaged fender under the porch of his house. The police investigation of the accident also revealed he had no insurance in force on his car at the time of the acci- dent. Comity students eligible Students in the County of Lethbridge's 19 schools are eli- gible to compete in a road sign designing contest. Designs are to be submitted by Nov. 1 lo the agricultural srevices committee of the coun- ty, 214 13th St. S., Lcthbridge. First prize is second and third prize is The design should probably include the name of the county and some indication that the area is hascd on agriculture. It be used on signs marking entering the county. "Signs on county boundaries Tight now are getting pretty said Bob Madill "secretary treasurer. driving costly Terrence Good, 23, of 211 he pleaded guilty in Lethbridge provincial judge's court to a charge of stunting. Court was told Good causet damage to a vehicle slop ped behind him at an intersec iton when he sptm his tires gravel, causing a blast of gra vcl which broke tbe other ve hide's headlights and wind shield. ENJOY THE SNOW IN WARfATH AND COMFORT AFTER A VISIT TO THE SHOE DEPT., WITH BOOTS FOR EVERY MEMBER OF THE FAMILY. WOOLCO SO ARE OUR WINTERPROOF] FOOTWEAR VALUES Ladies' Snowboots High Fashion at a Low Woolco Price! Do your a favour this winter! Keep lliem worm In these 14" high snowboots! Made of quality lealher with a full length zipper for easy on and off. Cosy fleece lining. or Black, In sizes 6-10. Snowmobile Boots for Youths', Boys', Men! Block nylon uppers and rubber bot- toms. Zipper plus strap and buckle closing- Felt liner keeps out snow and cold, holds in warmth. Youths' M-12, Boys' 3-6, Men's 7-12. Men's 3-eye Tie Snowboot Western Snowboot for Youths! Men's Toe Rubber! Youths' and Boys' Thermo Boot Men's High Shaff Woodsman Boot for Men! Zippered Boot! 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