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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Favorites Floats entered in the Claresholm and District Fair parade displayed both imagination and humor in line with the western and sports day themes. The North County Li'tle League champs and Perry's Nag Farm were two of the parade favorites. DISTRICT enter fair exhibits CLARESHOLM Despits the rigors of drought and disappearance of the fair- the Claresholm and Dis- trict Fair and Western Sports Day was a popular success. Though there were fewer 1.000 participants at- tended and 5445 was paid out to prize winners. i Claresholm merchants serv- ed a pancake breakfast in the a Lethbridge band providing music. The Claresholm and recreation board sponsored a pa- rade at noon. I In the afternoon freshment stand and sponsored by the Claresholm Rotary Club were enjoyed. A barbecue was sponsored by the Claresholm Lions Culb. It was followed by a water show at the swimming pool. The fair was open from 4 to 9 p.m. An exotic cattle display included 19 head of crossbrecls and pursbreds. The day finished with a dance in the new curling music furnished by the Four Hits and a Miss orchestra of Fort Mac- leod. The dance was sponsored by the Claresholm Lions Club. Warner women hold meeting New garage being built c at Raymond RAYMOND A new building is being erected on the former location of a service station and garage known as Garner Shipton Fuel Oils Ltd. A fire claimed the old building May 1 this year. The new business and build- Ing will be operated by Vernon Garner. It will operate under the name of Garner Fuel Oils Ltd. Mr. Garner hopes to have the building ready for service Oct. l. WARNER The Warner constituency conven- tion of Alberta Women's Insti- tutes was held here recently with Mrs. L. of Coutts constituency convener in charge. A total of 45 members from Old Hillsvievv and Warn- er WIs registered for the day. Special guests were Mrs. K. Mrs. M. Mercer. Mrs. M. Albertson. Langdon and Mrs. G. Ridley. Taber. The next provincial conven- tion will be held at Olds early in Juns. 1974. Council will es- tablish three-year terms for of- ficers to coincide with conven- tions. A hand-made quilt was given to provincial retiring president. Mrs. Marion Alexander of Gal- a gift of crystal was given to retiring Mrs. R. Whitson of and editor of and Mrs. Ruby Shields of Leth- bridge. District 4 conference will be j held at the Highlander at Calgary in March. 1974. Builders' plans at one centre CRANBROOK For convenience of pooling plans for varied construction projects and specifications for which public tenders have been Southern Interior Con- struction Association is now op- erating a plans centre here. Location is in the KOOL building on 9th Ave. where Ken Strang is manager. Indications are there will be designation soon by contractors as an East Kootenay bids de- pository. Such plans as Cran- brook airport Kimberley Selkirk College extension and Yahk weigh-station are among those already available for trades membership use. Even if they're short Rides good foi spirit By D'ARCY RICKARD Herald District Editor COALDALE Don and Jam- ie passed through town. No one noticed them. Bul and are representative of their gen- eration. they're differ- ent. In some mysterious they're Don and Jamie both live in Ottawa. They have travelled miles this summer. They're on the way home now. They have about miles to go. 'MY FIRST TRIP' Jamie was my first trip out west. I'd never been further west than That's where Don is from. love the we might move out some They made it to Vancouver went north to Prince took a boat trip to Kel- sey Bay. was the high- light of ths Jamie heads back to her fourth year at Carleton Univer- sity. She is studying psychol- ogy. Don works for an Esso fuel oil company. he's a part-time stu- says Jamie. They've been making good use of youth hostels across the country. 50 cents a night. You get a bed and mat- or a mattress on the and you use your sleep- ing and sometimes you get two i eals included or may- be just Jamie says she will be glad to get home. Hitch-hiking is really a tough way to travel. Sometimes you wait hours for a ride getting out of Lethbridge was tough. 200 MILES When then- luck was running good they travelled as many as 200 miles With one motorist. A short when you've 1 long is very good for the i says Jamie. i a beautiful country and I'm glad I've seen some of she says. Thumbs cfarwlinrr in crfcftf tfir a Heading home Don and Jamie that's all they go by ars like thousands of other nameless young people hilch-h'king across Canada this summer travelling taking OF QUALITY SAVINGS Your Local Independent Grocer 642 13th St. N. Phone 328-5742 'S Phone 328-5742 for FREE City Delivery On Large Orders Store and Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. We sell only the highest quality goods at the lowest possible prices. SERVICE IS OUR BUSINESS Prices Effective Aug. 24 and 25. We reserve the right to limit quantities. ALBERTA PHONE 564-4638 TOMATO JUICE LIBBY FANCY..........48 oz. tin PEACHES AYLMER SLICES 14 fl. oz. tin PINK SALMON GOLD SEAL.................8-oz. net wt. tin CAT FOOD BALLARD. BEEF and LIVER or FISH........... 15-oz. net wt. tin WHITE VINEGAR TOP VALU.................. 128 fl. oz. bottle or SWEET MIXED PICKLES BABY DILLS BICKS 15-oz. net wt. jar 2Q50 for WV BOSTON BROWN BEANS gQc r PEANUT BUTTER SMOOTH 48-oz. net wt. tin KEG-0-KETCHUP HEINZ............... 32 fl. oz. bottle COFFEE MAXWELL REGULAR 1-lb. net wt. bag RICE KRISPIES KELLOGG'S 17-oz. net wt. pkg. MIR LIQUID DETERGENT 2-24 fl. oz. bottles.................... VIVA TOWELS DECORATED 2 pkg. ASPARAGUS CUTS YORK 12 oz. tin 2 for AEROSOL CLEANER WINDEX 20.01. net wt. can MAYFAIR FOOD MEATS We invite you to try our meats Best in We will cut our meats to suit your requirements. Burns Country Style Ib. Burns piece Ib. Burns skinless Ib. 4 varieties 6-oz. pkg. 2 for i Pouches PRODUCE Dole 5 Ibs. Domestic Ib. e 2 Canada No. 1 BK IBs. Jumbo Onions Yellow Canada No. 1 Tomatoes Vine Ripened Canada No. T 2 Ibs. FROZEN FOODS Carnation net wt. pkg. tj for 3 Hash Browns Orange Juice Peuco 12-cr. net wt. cant Mixed Vegetables cue Fraser Vale 2-lb. net wt. pkg. 70 I DAIRY FOODS Margarine Cheese Slices Cheese Whiz Harvest 1-lb. net wt. pkg. Top Valu process 16-oz. net wt. pkg. Kraft Plain process .....16-oz. wt. jar 5.95 95 991 ;