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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Malhesis Club anniversary MRS The GOlli annjvur.snry of Mm Malliesis Club will be cel- ebrated oti Tuesday, v-ilh n re- ception to be held nt Hi 15 p.m. in Ihe liowmati Art Centre, am) all past meinhors ure itivilcd to Mrs. Vora Ferguson, a for- 7ner member of the chili will bring from Ihc cily, ami oLil-oMown yucst.s will be; in attendance. Members arc reminded (tint a meeting at p.m. will pre- cede- ihu reception. The Mntlicsts Club was Founded in 1912, with Mrs. F. A. tStollzc as (lie first president. TJic present president is Mrs. r of- Local The Minus One Club will liolrl a dance in Ihc Polish Hall on Saturday from 9-1 p.m. Or- chestra will be The Four Aces. Members and quests welcome. South minster Circle Square Dance Club will hold its regu- lar dance on Salurcby al p.m. in Southminslcr Hall. All square dancers welcome. Women arc aslitxl lo please briny a box lunch. Tim regular old lime dance president Thompson. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "Help me rhis stuff. .Don't- [ust stand Hiere looking at the dents." will be liclit in Fort Maclcod on Saturday at (he elemcnlary school Beginners' lessons from p.m., dancing from p.m. Children under 13 admitted free if accompanied hy parents, The Iimtoppcrs' Gymkhana dull will hold a smorgasbord and dance tonight from 7 p.m. lo I a.m. in the German Cana- dian Hall. Music will be pro- vided liy Phil Lclhhridge Or- cliesfra. Girl guides i0 hold meet for lemlership training The Girl Guides of Canada, Albcrla Council, will hold the annual meeting ami con- ference at (he Bond School of Fine; Aits April 26 lo 23. Approximately 200 delegates from all parls of the province have been registered, n n d those from southern Alherta in- clude: Mrs. II. G. H. Hall, Lcth- brirtgc; Mrs. 13. R. null, Coal- dale; Mrs. J. E. Schill, New D.iylon; Mrs. II. Huhka, Carman- pay; and Mrs. G. Kills o[ Champion. D e i> uly Chief Commissioner Mrs. H. Creighlon of Lunen- hurgli, Nova Scotia will repre- sent t h e National Council at Hie meeting. Judge Vincent A. C'ooney of Calgary will featured speak- er on f-'riday evening at the banquet, and will speak on Cit- izenship Courl. The program is planned lo give leadership training. Offi- cers and members of the Al- berta Co'.mcil will be clccled. Mrs. J. A. Noakes of Calgary is lhe conference committee chairman and Mrs. ft. J. Corbin, Calgary, is m charge of Oilier featured speakers at tile conference will lie Mr. James II. Fcllcrly, Tlotarian from Calgary, speaking on needs and pirls, and Miss nevan Patterson, YWCA of Cal- gary, on community involve- ment. if Saturday nigH J Celebrate, Because on Sunday you eariv phone long distance to anywhere in Alberta for 3 minutes for or less when you x- dial direct. K o Sunday-50 rolls around once aweek.ll happens Irom Saturday midnight to Monday, 6 a.m., twelve months a year. You can dial anyone in Alberta (rom anywhere in Alberta, and, all it costs is half-a-buck or less lor three great minules. But you must dial direct. Or, if ODD isn't in your area, you can call slation-lo-slation at the same low rales. rates do nor apply to person-lo-person, cotlect, third party tilting, lima and charge, piy or credit card calls. K! Trans-Canada Telephone System AG7T ALBERTA GOVERNMENT TELEPHONES CHAMOIS IS IN Chamois hos come a long way from cars and windows. New and exciting things are being done with il such as ihis luxurious ankle-lengVh skirl in tic-dye chamois designed by Vali. Ofher senjaJionol styles and colors for bolh men and women be featured in Weekend Magazine's next fashion slory. Issue of April 22. Ann Landers ALASKA'S BOID RUSH. Frantic cnanges aro laking place 'n Alaska. Tlie old way of life li feu! disappearing as iho Esk imos and (ndinns arc forced fnlo irie modern world. In Weekend Magarinc fhis Saturday, John Davjd Hamillon report! on happening in AlaiLro, how iho nniivn people are reading, and why Conndion officials should keep a closer eye on tliis slalo. IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE Fiidoy, April 11, 1972 THE ItTHBRIDGE HEBAID 17 WEEKEND SPECIALS at CENTRE VILLAGE CENTRE VILLAGE IGA ALSO FEATURES FREE DELIVERY! STORE HOURS: Open Duily 9 a.m. to 6 p m. Thursday and Friday 9 a rn. lo 9 p.m. I MARTENS Open Monday thru Friday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday 6 n m. lo 9 p m. PRICES EFFECTIVE UNYIL CLOSING SATURDAY, APPJl 22nd. 1972 VII MSERVC THE TO IIM.I1 QUANTITIES TABLERITE CANADA CHOICE STEER BEEF 1C CANADA GRADE UTILITY DEAR ANN LANDERS: Something I rccul in your col- umn several years ago changed my life. It's taken me a long lime to say thank you, but here I am. Someone sent me a clipping of your column, anonymous- Jv, which dealt with a person who telephoned friends and talked interminahly. I was incensed. Immediately I got on the phone and called several people to express my anger and de- clare my innocence. Finally one wise woman said, "Look, you've kepi WE on (he phone nearly an hour denying (he accusation. This should lell you something about yourself." She ended up saying I had entirely too much lime on my hands and suggested I sign up for the volunteer work in a hospital. I was deeply burl, but" in a few monllis I had to admit she was righl. I signer! up for volunlccr work and I now put in several days n week at the hospital. Now I'm loo busy lo lalk on the telephone and I've never been happier. Would you believe I've boon meaning to call lliree friends for a week and I can I around lo il? Isn'l lliat a laugh? Am] Fan in DEAR FAN': Il's more than a laugh. It's an example of growth. Why no! send this column to Hie friend who wised you up? I'll bet. she'd appreciate it. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Several years ago I read a letter in your column from a bride who had married a widower. She was terribly hurt when one day she discovered thai her husband of four jnonlhs was slill carrying a picture of his deceased wife in his wallet. I was only 16 Ihcm anil (hal letter Iiad little meaining lo me, hut I rememberer! it. I married a widower two months ago. lie was carrying a piclure of his deceased wife in his wallet when we first met. I'm aching lo check and sec if it's still there, hid I'm afraid to look. This haunls me. Whal should I do? Kal. DKAR FIl.AIDY: Don'l look. For your Im.sband'5 next birlhday give him a new wallet with a nice new picture of yourself in it. Is pot a drug? Can L.S.D. and pills open new worlds for you? Slop guessing. (Jet the fads in Ann Landers' new booklet, "Straight Dope on Drugs." For each booklet or- dered send a dollar bill, plus a long, self-addressed, stamped envelope UG cents postage.) lo Ann Landers, fiox 33-15, Chicago, III. WG54. Arc yon, or someone you care about messing around with dnlgs or considering it? Arc all drugs bad'.' What abmil pol in mrxler.ilion? Ann Landers' new booklet, "Straight Dope on Drugs" scparales Ihc fads from the fiction. For each booklel ordered send a dollar hill, plus a long, sclf- addresscd, stamped cnvcdopc (lf> cents poslagc) lo Ann Lim- tlers, Dox .13-10, Chicago, 111 M65I. (c) 1H72 1'uhlisliers-lliill Syndicate HICKEN 1C LUNCH MEAT 12-ci. lins om BEANS WITH PORK jijj Libhy's Deep Brown 14 fl. 01. lins...... BABY FOOD HeinT Strained or Junior Vj-oz. lini...... w C-1 NABOB Mb. bag WHITE SUGAR Alberta Fins Granulated ISCE CREAM HAPPY TIME Gallon LIBBY'5 FANCY SLICED 14 fl. 01. lins 1 Lipfans Chicken NooJIo Twin prick LIDBY'S SPAGHETTI in T.S. 14 fl. oi, tins....... CARNATION EVAP. 16 fl. oi. tins Golden Ripe BANANAS Canada No. I New Florida Red Potatoes ;