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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta -WtdntKby, September 59, 1971 THE lETHBfilDGE HERALD 3 Shower held COUTTS (HNS) A miscel- laneous shower was held in the CoulLs Civic CenLre to honor Mrs. Brian Slickel, nee Gail Ixxlermeier. Tlie liall was filled wilh 75 guests horn Milk River, Leth- bridge and CouLls. Enlcrtainmenl was provided by the Vintage Five, a choral group of CoutLs. Assisting Mrs. Stickel at the gift table were her two sisters, Lana and Dcbhie Lodermeier. Andrea McNab recorded the gilts. Mr. and Mrs. Brian S'tickel reside at Lethbridge. Final session COALDALE (HNS) Young people in this area are urged to attend the final session on family life education to be held al 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 30, in the Coaldale United Cnurfh Hall. The topic will De "love in marriage and family life." The film Johnny Lingo will be shown. Rev. Albert Baldco. minis- ter of the Coaldale United Church, will speak on the "true meaning of love." The family life education sessions were arranged by Miss Elizabeth Bartman, dis- Miss Edna Clarke has been assisting in the program. 'Slaves' worked STIRLING (HNS) Slavery trict home economist, Alberta ing two senior masters to department of agriculture. school in a small wagon. The afternoon assembly heard election speeches de- li vered by candidates for school offices. School president is Beverly Hill Vice-president Ls Larry came into effect for one day re- Webster and Ruth Bell is sec- cently for Grade 9 students. retary. Masters were the seniors. Charlene Rollins is the ac- They dressed the slaves or livity leader, worked them. i One girl, Laura Tanner, at- j Named chaplin tending school here from Los .Angeles, was required to milk! CLARESHOLM I her master's cow. Canon Edward A. (Ted) Weare, Alex Osadczy was seen pull- i co-pastor of the Nanton. Clares-! holm, Vulcan, Carmangay am Lomond pastoral district am school board trustee for Clares holm on the Willow Cree school lioard, has been appoinl ed chaplain to the University o Calgary. He expects to be taking ove hi- new duties about the end o October. He was born in Kenora, Ont. and graduated from Emmanue College of Theology in 1950. He is still a bachelor. Rev. Edmund (Ted) Clarke co-pastor with Mr. Weare, wil continue to minister in the dis trict. Edmond Manybears is classy in 'lapathorf at Granum gym GRANUM (HNS) About 80 runners competed in the "lapa- i thon" recently in the Granum High School gym. It was sponsored by the Rccrea-ettes. Proceeds from the event will go to the skating rink. Trophies, donated hy local businessmen, were given for the following: most laps, Ed- mond Manybears with 61 laps; most sponsors, Betty Gillcspie The smoothest taste in town cgSchenlei) SPECIAL CANADIAN WHISKY Very proudly Canadian A prestige product of Canadian Schenley Distilleries Ltd. wilh 36 sponsors; youngest par- ticipant, 15-monlh-olri Shannon Sullivan; oldest participant, Wilf Sullivan. The trophy for the most mon- ey In mil be awarded when we funds have all been received. Master of ceremonies for the evening was Doug Anderson of CJOC. Free soft drinks for runners was donated by Chinook am Purity Bottling. Participants included three Claresholm residents, one 01 whom was Charles English. The Recrea-ettes request thai limners turn in their money t( Mrs. Tom (Linda) Blair or Mrs Leonard (Lynn) Bailey by Oct 15. Dale Flatla does il again Elkathon succeeds PINCHER CREEK (Special) and Royal Purple members here were pleased with response to the Elkathon. The support of sponsors and participants made it an over- whelming success, members said. Out of 98 walkers, 84 com- pleted the 11-mile liike. Ricki Tomik and his house pet netted The oldest walker was Peter Rolwrtson of Pincher Creek and the youngest was his granddaughter Patricia Cook. The oldest walker to com- plete the walk was Jim Bowes of Cowley. Three seven-year-old young- sters, Terry D e r, Gary Pel- letier and Brian Luco made it all the way. The fastest walker for the day was Dale Flatla of TUley He completed the walk in one hour and 40 minutes. Patty Petrone had the most sponsors but Elaync Riviere had the most money pledged. The money collected from this event will go to commun- ity betterment. Merchants of southern Alber- ta and Pincher Creek are praised for their donations arc co-operation. Walkers who lo collect for their efforts may pick up pledge cards at Jimmies' Scr- 31ore district on page 12 RE-OPENING SALE! 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