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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 4, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Warner bowlers elect Peterson at wind-up affair WARNER fHNS) A suc- cessful season of bowling con- cluded here recently with s banquet, election of officers and presentation of pins and tro- phies. Mayor Jack Ashmere spoke. Hal Peterson was elected president. Wayne Glass and Eva Rains were named vice-president and secretary. Donates NOBLEFORD (SpeciaD- The Nobleford Royal Canadian Legion Auxiliary 257 has help- ed the southwest zone "cham- pions, the Nobleford Bladettes, with a donation of to help defray costs involved in send- ing the team to Redwater for the provincial championships. Bladettes lost to Westlock in the series opener by a score of 35-33. The Krysak team won the Civic Centre trophy with points in high school roll-offs. The Rowe team was runner- up with points. High single score, Handing team, 960 points. High triple, girl, Gloria Onda, 488; boy, Barry Biggers, 651. Perfect attendance, Barry Biggers, Theresa Krysak, Kiel bchcen, Gloria Onda, Norman Morrison, Evan Doenz, Diane Culler and Val Biggers. First year, 250 pin, Barry Regional library proposed at Pincher PINCHER CREEK (Special) John Jackson and Alfred Schlosser, representing the li- brary board, attended a recent town council meeting to explain details of a proposal to change the local library to a regional status. Mr. Jackson noted it had been indicated to him that the Pincher Creek MD might be in- terested in a regional library. It would mean an increase in the amount of the grant from the MD from to 50 cents per capita which, coupled with the regional library approach. would mean an additional 35 cents par capita grant for the library from the provincial gov- ernment. Gier rink wins NOBLEFORD (SpeciaD- The annual jackpot bonspiel was won by a Picture BuLe rink skipped by Bill Gier. He defeated Lewis Phillips of the host club in the A section final. The B section was won by Gordon Luchia. He defeated Larry Schille in the final. Both teams were from the host club. Boosts credit union Jim Burger, left, president of the Fort Macleod Savings and Credit Union, pre- sents a plaque to Stanley Long of Claresholm. Mr. Long has served the credit union movement for 29 years and helped organize the Claresholm Credit Union. It joined with- the Fort Macleod branch a year ago. Mr, Long recently retired from the board of di- rectors. HUCKVALE WILDE KRUSHEL BARRISTERS SOLICITORS are pleased to announce that MR. WILLIAM A. GOREWICH BA., is now associated with our firm in the practice of law at 612-3 Avenue S. (Acadian Bldg.) Phone 328-8856 EVERYONE IS ON TOP OF THE 70's At The Statutory Grape we have Suits such as Clinton, Jacquardi, Utex, and Roman International. ON SALE FOR 70 AND LESS Kuehn wins trophy WARMER (HNS) The arner High School held a suc- c bonspiel recently with Farley Kuehn of the host club leading his rink to victory to win the Warner Shell trophy in the first event. He defeated Brian Lindeman cf Milk River. The Ken Newinger and Dave Howe rinks, both of Lethbridge, placed third and fourth. The D. A. W5pf Trucking Tro- phy for the second event was won by Ken Gome of Leth- bridge. He defeated Brian Kaupp of Warner. Gordon Kaupp finished third and Len Bird was fourth. Both are from Warner. The Gus Wensman rink of Milk River won the Warner Merchants trophy defeating Joe Chambers, also of Milk River. Third and fourth places went to Russ Olson and Stewart MI11- haem, both of Warner. We're here to make you look better. WOOLS, FORTREIS, DENIMS STATUTORY GRAPE BOUTIQUE 325 7th St. S. PHONE 327-3313 Double knock-out ends season WARNER (HNS) Square d'-aw, double knock-out playoffs for Jhe Reid trophy concluded a successful season of curling by the Warner Curling Club. Bob Thomas. Brian Otto, Ca- rol Otto and Marilyn Thomas senl JersM Hutchinson, Terry Nelson, WaJt Staples and Kim Hutchinscm down to defeat The cfab trophy -winners were Jack Hutchinsoa, (Bill Brace Docnz. Roy Schoen and Dave VandHrvottrt. They hum- bled the Harold Orcatt rink, with Jake Liebett, Gary and Mariene Potvui. RECREATION PINCHER CREEK Town ratepayers learned there is a high degree of participation HI recreation, not only in skat- ing and swimming, but ateo ce- ramics, arts and crafts. There is increased Municipal District participation. Under a regional library, the board would consist of one member from each council, two members appointed by the lieu- tenant governor in council and other members appointed under certain regulations. Mr. Jackson suggested he would like to approach the Vil- of Cowley as well as the MD. Council concurred with tire proposal. OLD VISITORS Viking explorers are thought to have visited the shores of Labrador about the year Biggers, Gayle Norris and Kelly Staples. Second year, 250 pins, Billy Krysak. REID TROPHY Eunice Blxby team, polns, In 8 games. Runner-up, Ober- ton team, High single, Shlrlsr Folklns, 2ft pins High triple, Eva Rains, too. High single, Blxby team, MEN'S ROLL OFFS Airway Foods trophy, Halsey Blxby team, points. Runner-up, B o y d Biggers team, with pins. High single game, Blxby, fins, High single man, Cliff Stlckel. 375 plrs MIXED ROLL OFFS High single, Dorothy Solce, 331 pins. High single, Fred Nelson, 297 pins High single. Glass team, pins. High team triple, Rains team, pins Winners, 1st In A event. Civic Cen tre trophy, Rams team. 1st In B event, D. A. WJpf Trucking trophy, Glass team. YEARLY REPORT High average, 5-pln association tro- phy, Eva Rams 212 pins (49 high single, Warner Hotel trophy. Dor. othy Soice, 335; High man's average, 5-pln association trophy, Cliff Sticket, 244, high man's single. Glen Williams trophy, Halsey Bixby, 382 Man's high triple, Warner Shell tro- phy, Boyd Blggers, 894; h'jh teem triple, Anderson trophy, Rains team, 1st year 300-pin, Gert Dodge, Ralph Mlllhaem, Bryan Strlngham, Ken Lamas, William Krysak, Gall Hadford and Cliff Stlckel 2nd year 300-pin, Harold Kuehn, Reg Peggy Nagcl, William Krysak, Eva Rains, Clayton Solce and Norm Paulson Wood floor considered TABER (HNS) Installa- tion of a wood floor in the W. R. Myers High School gymnasium here at a cost of from to was considered by school trustees In view of the extremely hard concrete floor and resultant physical damage to students. The matter was tabled for a reassessment of the year's bud- get following the conclusion of the teachers' strike when a de- cision will be made on the ex- penditure during the current school year. Wednesday, April 4. 1973 THE LETHDRIDCE HERALD 19 Baseball parley set PINCHER CREEK (Special) A general meeting of the Pincher Creek Minor League Baseball Association will be held at 8 p.m. tonight at the town hall meeting room. A new executive will be elect- ed. Anyone interested in coach- ing is urged to attend. A good turnout of parents and interested people is expected. LOUD CRIES The bellow of an alligator can be heard a mile away. WE HAVE MOVED THE TRUST DEPARTMENT AND THE MORTGAGE DEPARTMENT OF THE CANADA TRUST COMPANY are now located at 507 Canada Trust Building CAPITOL FURNITURE'S CONTINUES.. CHESTERFIELD SUITES DROP LOUNGES In brushed nylon cover. SPRING SALE, EACH 4 SEATER CHESTERFIELD SUITE With skirt, contemporary style. SPRING PROMOTION PRICE ALSO AVAILABLE IN 3 SEATER (2 PCES.) SPRING PROMOTION SALE ALSO AVAILABLE IN LOVE SEATS _____ Priced From.....................S229 SIMMONS HIDE-A-BED In Herculon covers. Value NOW KROEHLER SOFA 3 Seater in decorator gold. Value............NOW 4 PIECE MODERN EXECUTIVE GROUPING 3 seater sofa, Mr. and Mrs. chain and foot- stool, selection of colors. Value............NOW LARGE MODERN TUXEDO STYLE SOFA AND CHAIR In Brown Naugahyde. Value...........NOW 2 PIECE KROEHLER HIGH BACK COLONIAL SUITE Good selection of colors. Value NOW 2 PIECE HEAVY MODERN STYLE CHESTERFIELD SUITE In olive green velvet, Value........ NOW 2 PIECE SPANISH STYLE CHESTERFIELD SUITE In gold floral velvet. Value...........NOW 2 PIECE FRENCH PROVINCIAL CHESTERFIELD SUITE Assorted colors. Value............NOW 2 PIECE FRENCH PROVINCIAL CHESTERFIELD SUITE In beautiful floral velvet. Valuo...........NOW DOM7 MISS OUT ON THE FANTASTIC These are just TWO of the many great carpet buys available in our huge new carpet department. Shop us and save on Carpet Remnants, Tool Featuring great Storewide Savings in every department and eur annual In-Stock and Special Order Promotion from Tynan that features a very large selection of chesterfield and chair fabrics and styles, alto at extra low special Spring Savingsl BEDROOM SUITES 3 PIECE KROEHLER COLONIAL BEDROOM SUITE Triple dresser, mirror, chiffonier and head- beard. CCQC Value............NOW 5 PIECE GERARD COLLINS SPANISH OAK BEDROOM SUITE Triple dresser, chiffonier, headboard, 2 night fables. CC4Q Value......SPRING SALE 9049 5 PIECE SPANISH STYLED BEDROOM SUITE In d'sfressed white-green finish, triple dresser, chiffonier, headboard and 2 night tables. Value SPRING SALE............... SPANISH STYLED 3 PIECE BEDROOM SUITE Triple dresser, chiffonier, headboard. SPRING SAIE PRICE ONLY...... (Night tables available at each.) 10 PIECE KNECHTR DINING ROOM SUITE Mediterranean styling. Value SPRING SALE 8 PIECE OAK DINING ROOM SUITE Value SPRING SALE 5 PIECE KITCHEN SUITE SPRING SALE, PRICE...... 7 PIECE KITCHEN SUITE SPRING SAIE, PRICE...... LARGE RANCH STYLE 9 PIECE KITCHEN SUITE Ideal for the large family. A quality Value C40O SPRING SALE..................9vO3 We have an excellent selection of Kitchen and Dining Room Suites probably the finest in Lethbridge and all NOW available at Special Spring Savings! CONVENIENT TERMS AVAILABLE! OPEN TILL 9 P.M. THURS. AND FRI. NIGHTSI SUPER SPECIAL! 100% NYLON SHAG Gold Only Sq. Yd. INSTALLED ft SUPER SPECIAL! 100% NYLON 2 Toned Tangerine INSTALLED ;