Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednoidoy, September 29, 1971 PassHwords Eagles to add men if Steivurdson succeeds NATAL (HNS) Michel Aerie No. Fraternal Order of Ragles, met recently at Spar- wood 'wilh pi'psUlont John Kun- dralt in attendance. B.C, provincial president Reg MR. STEWARDSON rhompson of Durnaby, B.C., made his first official visit to the Michel Aerie. He visited 10 aeries in a schedule lasting two weeks throughout the interior and Kootenays. Following his brief visit with members of Michel aerie he left for Creston. He spoke on Eagledom, fra- ternalism and membership. He stated the B.C. provincial aerie had challenged Colorado State aerie for membership gain for the new 1971-72 term. Three bursaries of each for the interior, lower mainland and Vancouver Island were in- stituted by the provincial aerie. Ken Steiwrrdson of New West- minster, B.C. was elected un- animously at the 1071 grand aerie convention in Boston to lead the order in 1971-72, thus becoming the first Canadian to be chosen as grand worthy president. Grand worthy president Ken Stewardson's goal for the B.C. provincial aerie has been set tor new members. He has served the New Westminster Eagles, his home aerie, as sec- retary for 18 years and was B.C. provincial secretary for 10 years. Last year he was grand v i c e-president. He has also served as northwest regional Dresident. Seeding of coulees accomplished fact PICTURE BUTTE (HNS) At the recenl meeting of the Picture Dutte town council it was noted the seeding of the coulees, south of the hospital and west of the Elk's Hall, has now been completed. Approval was given to ac- quire a street sweeper. It was felt that due lo the addition to Ihe paved streets within the town, sweeping will have to be done to keep the streets clean, Council expressed concern in regards to Ihe increased num- bers of. children riding their bikes without lights. It is noted these bikes cannot be seen un- til they come close to other ve- liiclos. The council noted that at the next meeting of the north coun- ty recreation board, a new di- recfor will be selected. A new chairman will be cho- sen lo replace Ken Kotkas who has resigned. Spanvood students work to raise ior CNIB SPARWOOD (HNS) Slu- denls of Sparwood secondary school will conduct the fund- raising campaign for the Cana- dian National Institute for the Blind here. Students plan to hold a blitz throughout the district Oct. 1. They will continue to campaign until Oct. 8. Objective is 5300. Mod Industries ivins school addition contract NATAL (HNS) Approval was received recently from Victoria for the two-classroom addition to the Spanvood Ele- mentary School. Mod Industries, who special- ze in modular, pre-built units, was awarded the contract. The new rooms are to be of a port- able variety and are to be built on the Pine Avenue. There will be closed walk- ways to the existing school so students can make use of the facilities of the remainder of the school. Kinsmen Health Centre reviewed by Dr, Hopper NATAL (HNS) The Kins- men Health Centre here and its relocation lo Spanvood ivas dis- cussed again at the last meet- collected COALDALF, (HNS) The SU.T- of ?563 was collected in the recent one-day blitz for the Ca- nadian Arthritis and Rheuma- tism Society. Conducting Ihe drive was the Goodwill Clnh of the Mennom'te Conference Church here. Mrs. Herman (Sharon) Neu- feld, campaign chairman, re- ports there was a good re- sponse. ThS- is the second year the drive has been held here. Last Year about was col- lected.' ing of the East Kootenay Union Board of Health. Dr. J. M. H. Hopper, secre- tary of the board, said the Sparwood Kinsmen building be- longed to the Fcmie Kinsmen. They were holding it in trust for the Sparwood Kinsmen, The Sparwood club does cot formally exist, he said. Dr. Hopper said ii was his impression Sparwood Kinsmen wish this building to continue as a health centre. The board decided to call a meeting with Sparwood and Fernie Kinsmen and with mem- bers of Sparwood council to set- tle the matter. It is due to be moved before Ihe end of the year. The health branch has agreed to the appointment of a half-time nurse for Sparwood. Mrs. Lily Larter honored on her 90th birthday IRON SPRINGS (HNS) Sixty guests were in attendance from points throughout ern Alberta when Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Larter entertained at their home in compliment to the former's mother, Mrs. E. J. Larter, on the occasion of her 90th birthday. The former Lily of Devonshire, England, mar- ried the late E. J. Larter in England in 1905. A lew years later they came to this country and lo the Iron Springs area. During their early years here they spent a short time m the Brocket area. Mrs. Larter worked with an Anglican mis- sionary and his wife at Ihe In- dian Mission. While Ihere, the title of Princess Morning Star was conferred on Mrs. Larter. During t h e pioneering years in the Iron Springs community their home was the site of a lending library and they also operated the post office from 19IB until 1923. south- 1Irs- Larter has two sons, Stanley of Iron Springs and Edward of Winnipeg. Following (he death of. her husband three years ago she moved to I-ethbririge and lives at the Green Acres Home. Mrs. Larter is active and Is Redstone interested in national and local affairs. Guides gather COUTTS (HNS) Coults Girl Guides and Brownies have started regular meetings with a good attendance. Meetings are held in the Coutts Civic Centre. There is to be a palrol train- ing session at Lethbridge and eight Girl Guides and leaders, Capt. Beth Trehub and Lieut. Eunice Minor, will attend. Men's Western Style SNOOT BOOT The original Snoot Boot! More popular thon ever. And, a! a special 3 Day Sale Price! 14" high in soft oiled tan leather wilh Goodyear welt construction. Up-to- the-minute square toe styling; sporty stirrup strap. Sahara Tan, Dark Brown. Sizes: 8 lo 12E. Our New Low Sale Price 17 pair PRICES EFFECTIVE Thurs., Fri. and Sat. Sept. 30th Oct. 1st 2nd VWBf SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL INDEPENDENT GROCER GET PERSONALIZED SERVICEI Blue Ribbon, Reg. Tame, Reg, COFFEE DETERGENT CREME RINSE CllfiAR VUwlfUl STRAWBERRY JAM NIBLETSCORN 1 Ib. net wt. Bag ea. GIANT SURF Regular 99c.....................3 Ib. net wt. box. ea. 8 fl. oz. bottle ea. 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