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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 21, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 38 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Saturday, pril 21, 1973 e needs to be paid on time too! Your newspaper carrier is in business for himself. He buys his newspapers at wholesale and sells them at retail. The difference is his profit. He pays for his newspapers when due, So it is important that he collects from his customers on time. Why not set aside his money, so it will be ready when he calls. That way, it will be helpful to him and convenient for you. The Lethbridge Herald Bettevue Royal Canadian Legion Auxiliary officers Installed recently by legion Auxiliary Zone Commander Mrs. R. God- dard of Fort Macleod were Bellevue Canadian Legion Auxiliary officers, front row, from left, Mrs. V. Pettridge, secretary; Katie Mottle, vice-presi- dent; Phyllis Hansen, president; (Mrs. D. Goddard, zone and Mrs. Shirley Clarke, treasurer. Back row, from left, Vera Hansen, sergeant- at-arms; Augustine teishmeister, second vice-president; and executive members Mrs. B. Makin, Mrs. H. Thompson and Mrs. Freda Price. Roy Hirsche elected by oldtimers WARNER (HNS) 95; oldtimers of the Warner dis- trict attended their annual spring pot-luck dinner. i Fifty dollars has been do-' nated to the senior citizens' drop-in centre. Roy Hirsche was elected president. Other officers Dal- las Minion Mrs. Irene Holla- day Mrs. Violet Mueller Mrs. Mary Morton Mrs. Sal Howk- ins "Boyd Currie Jake Liebelt Oscar Mueller Chester Greeno and Duane Warburton. Mrs. Sal Howkins convener for entertainment read two humorous poems. Mrs. Catherine Drake read two of the late Mrs. Kate Pitt- man's poems The Oldtimer's Supper and The Quilting Bee. Music was supplied by Art Hale on the fiddle and Chester Greeno at the piano. Michel-Natal veterans attend parley NATAL (HNS) mem- bers of the Michel Natal Le- gion attended the recent East Kootenay Royal Canadian Le- gion convention at Cranbrook. Attending were Fred Venzi president; Norman Hughes vice president: Mickey Man- nion secretary; and Tom Find- ley. Attending as fraternal del- egates were John Desjardins and Andy Huryn. James Grocutt was re-elect- ed to the post of sergeant-at- arms for another two-year j term. The local branch has present- ed the Canadian flag to the Sparwood Girl Guides. Mr. Grocutt turned the flag] over to the Girl Guides through I Colleen Bailey the patrol lead-j er. Mr. Grocutt also explained; the origin and use of the flag to the Guides. Also on hand for the presen-, tation was Mickey Mannion i secretary of the local Legion, j Jolly Janes jwill speak j at Champion i WARNER (HNS) Wamer j Jolly Janes met recently for j their public speaking competi-; Irons. Judges were Crawford Thorn and Herman Martens. Senior winners were Heppter Pamela HeppTer aud Marcy Pittman. Intermediate winners Deb- i bie Nilsson Noreen Hcppler i and Shannon Crotcau. Judges for juniors were Mrs. j i Eunice and Mrs. Man-! i FtexhatJg. Winners were Con- I nine Nilsson Shannon i j and Carol Albrechl. j April 28 the girk will Irai-el' I lo Champimi for the Dislrict A conference. rnmpelr "'.i1h v.inncrs from in DiMricI 4. In July ihey -vi-ill j compde st ihe rirox-incial: I conference at Olds. j FIRST BIG WARM UP DRAW! CALGARY INTERNATIONAl HORSE SHOW TUESDAY, MAY 1 TOP WGON TICKET WINS 3rds10.000 Iff CQUPOJV HOW Best official time nigMiy CwMwmriM fnW C Vfmi I J But Ct'afy. Every nigM July 5 thru July 13 PLUS WARM-UP PRIZES DRAWS MAY 1 ft JUNE 1 J I 7 Warm-up runnwMJp in ewhdtjiw PAK 3 fer BUYTHES-TlCKETSPECfAL SU W THE OWlffl' STWWDE. W J-H JICT ;