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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Mathesis Club anniversury UlllS. W. L. THOMI'SON Tlic GOth anniversary of Hie Malliesis Club will be cd- cbratcd oti Tucsilay, v.'ith n re- ception to held at p.m. in the Bowman Art Centre, and all past members :irrj itivitcd to attend. Mrs. Vcra Ferguson, a for- mer member of the club will bring from Die city, ami out-of-town guest.s will be in attendance. Members are reminded (bat a meeting at p.m. will pre- cede tin: reception. The Matlicsls Club was founded in 1912, with Mrs. F. A. Ktoltzc as tlie first president. The present president is Mrs. (Calendar of- local Tlie Minus Otie Club will hold a in Uic Polish Hall on Saturday from 9-1 p.m. Or- cticslra will he 'Die Four Ace.s. Members and flucsls welcome. SouLhmmslcr Circle Square Dance Club will hold Us regu- lar dance on Saturday at p.m. in Southminslcr Hall. All square dancers welcome, are aslicxl lo please briny a box lunch. The regular old time dance president W. Thompson. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes will be lield in Fort Macleod on Saturday at (be elementary school Beginners' lessons (rom p.m., duncinfi from p.m. Children iiruler 13 admitted free if accompanied by parents. The Ililltoppcis' Gymkhana Club 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 by Phil Lclhbridge Or- chestra. Girl guides to hold meet ij for leadership training "Help me with this stuff, .Don't [ust stond there looking at the dents." Tbe Girl Guides of Canada, Alberta Council, wili hold the 1972 annual meeting and con- ference at the Banff School of Fine Aits April 2G through lo 23. Approximately 200 delegates from all parls of the province have been registered, and those from .southern Aiberla in- clude: Mrs. R. G. H. Hall, Leth- briilge; Mrs. 13. R. fUitl, Coal- dale; Mrs. J. E. Schill, New Dayton; Mrs. H. L. Kuhka, Carman- gay; and Mrs. G. Ellis of Champion. L> e p uty Chief Commissioner Mrs. H. A. Creigliton of Lunen- burgh, Nova Scotia will repre- sent t b e National Council at Iho meeting. Judge Vincent A. C'ooncy of Calgary will be featured speak- er on Friday evening at the banquet, and will speak on Cit izcnship Court. The program is planned to give leadership training. Off! ccrs and members of the Al berta Council will be elected. Mrs. J. A. Noakes of Calgary is the conference committee chairman and Mrs. ft. J Corbin, Calgary, is in charge o hospitality. Other featured speakers a the conference will be Mr James R. Fetterly, Rotarian from Calgary, speaking 01 needs and girls, ami Mis [Sevan Patterson, YWCA of Cal gary, on community involve ment. v Saturday nigili .'v' v Celebrate, Because on Sunday you can phone long distance to anywhere in AlbpiS for 3 minutes for or less when you dial direct. r O Sunday-50 rolls around onceaweek.lt happens i from Saturday midnight to Monday, 6 a.m., twelve months a year. You can dial anyone in Alberta from anywhere in Alberta, and, all it costs is half-a-buck or less for three great minutes. But you must dial direct. Or, if ODD isn't in your area, you can call station-lo-slation at the same low rates. rates do not apply to person-to-person, collect, third party billing, time and charge, pay phone or credit card calls. Trans-Canada Telephone System AG7J ALBERTA GOVERNMENT TELEPHONES Fiiday, April 21, 1972 THE IETHBR1DGE HERAID 17 WEEKEND SPECIALS at CENTRE VILLAGE CENTRE VILLAGE IGA ALSO FEATURES FREE DELIVERY! STORE HOURS: Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Open Monday thru Friday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday 8 o in. to 9 p m. PRICES EFFECTIVE UNTIL CLOSING SATURDAY, APRIl 22nd, 1972 WE RESERVE THE CIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES TABLERITE CANADA CHOICE H' STEER BEEF 1C ROASTS CANADA GRADE UTfUTY CHAMOIS IS IN Chamois has come a long way from cars and windows. New and exciting things are being done with it such as this luxurious ankle-length skirt in tie-dye chamois designed by Vali. Other sensational styles and colors for bolh men and women will be featured in Weekend Magazine's next fashion story. Issue of April 22. Ann Landers FRYING CHICKEN Ib. LUNCH MEAT 12-oz. lins BIANS WITH PORK