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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Vednssdoy, December 1, 1971 THE UTHBRIDOE HERAID 25 MOBILE HOMES SHIPPED Gateway S heller Systems Ltd of Claresholm ships this new mobile home by CP Rail flotcar to Toronto and Montreal trade shows The com- pany ptan, to open a branch plan, a, Montreal year, says vlce-pres.denl Larry A, the sLe tin., the production fo rce o, 40 men.___________________________________________---------------------- Honor Under family Dec. 3 CAKDSTON (HNS) The Herman Linder family, Master farm Family for southern Al- berta, will be honored Friday, Dec. 3. A banquet will he held in the Cardston Social Centre at 7] p.m. E. W. H i n m a n, Cardston MLA, will be chairman. The Master Farm Family Award will be presented by Dr. PCs elect Price at PJNCHER CHEEK (Special! 30 people attended the Pincher Creek Crowsncst Pro- gressive Conservative annual meeting held recently in the town hall here. Charlie Price was returned as president. Other officers: Fred Bradley, vice president; Frank Wood, secretary; and John Jackson, treasurer. Directors are: Alex Wells, George Wait, Lcrne Crystal, New books arrive at Granuni GRANUM (HNS) Women of the Granum library enjoyed a visit from delegates interest- ed in the Fort Madeod Library. A shipment of books has arrived including Pierre Ecr- ton's Last Spike and Pearl Buck's Death in the Castle. Oth- ers by Erie Stanley Gardi Betty Cavanna, Cavindish. fert, Agatha Christie and DC., ne Du Maurier are on tire shelves. A good selection of new chil- dren's beaks is available. Mrs. Ed Cesar will assist Mrs. Robinson and Mrs. Mason in the future. Officials stated the library reeds financial support. Visit- ors are welcome. Frank Lynch Slaunton. Eon Zikiwsky." Hugh Lynch-Slaunton, Wade fink and Bernard Smith. Cal Leo. MLA for Calgary- McKnight constituency, a mem- ber of the task force on man- power training and retraining, outlined the duties of the task forces. Delegates will be named to the annual convention to be held Jan. 28. 29 and 30 at Edmonton, at a later date. It is hoped to have Premier Peter Lougheed speak in Hie early spring. Morgan Johnson, candidate in the provincial election, express- ed his thanks to all who assist- ed in the campaign. Joe Clark, a High River law- yer, spckc on what the federal Progressive Conservat i v e s hope to attain if they get into power. Mr. Clark will be seek- ing nomination for the Rocky Maintain federal constituency. The evening concluded with lunch being served by Mrs. J. Jackson. Form committee STIRLING (HNS) The vil- lage recreational com- mittee has been organized un- der the supervision of council- man Carman Conrad. The com- mittee of Ed Brown, Mrs. Kathy Wild, and Mrs. Eva Pen- gilly will soon be announcing the schedule of recreational events. Glen R. Purncll, Alberta deputy minister of agriculture. Speakers will be J. G. Cal- pas, regional director of cxten- tion, Lethbridge, and D. L. Steed. Cardston district agri- culturist. Musical entertain- ment will be included in the program. The event is sponsored by tne Cardston Rotary Club. Tickets can be purchased from members of the Rotary club, the Cardston district agriculturist's office, the South- cm Alberta Co-op here, the Ma- grath Trading Company and Ken Newton, Lethbridge. Mrs. Sawyer elected by Anglicans PLVCHER CREEK (Special) -Ar.glican Church Women of St. John's Anglican C h ur c h held a dinner meeting recently. Mrs. Yopie Sawyer will hold the o f f i c e of president for a third year. Mrs. Norah Peters will be vice president, Mrs. Maxine Goadsue, secretary, and Mrs. Gladys Climie, treasurer. Members commented on (lie successful fall bazaar and felt they had received wonderful support from many people. It was decided to donate most of the money, just leaving a small sum for operating ex- penses. Donations made to the Sunday school. Christ- mas cheer, Cup of Milk Fund, primate's Woild Relief Fund, the vestry, and release kits for prisoners coming cut of prison. The young foster child that the women of the church have adopted is now 1C and is not in as much financial need as ear- lier but the members felt that they would still like to send seme financial assistance to him. nonnnvE CKNTKAL Former Tabor Central School principals gathcrrd at n re- cent commemorative pro- gram at Taller to mark llic school's demise. They arc, top row from left: Lynn Hall, Edmonton, 1012 lo IfllS; llugh Ci. Toskoy, l.dhlirirtfir, 1028 to 1911; Will! am It. HrnnilFoot, Tabrr, IS57 to tlio present. Itoltom pair: F.fhvanl V. Elford, .Mcrtirino Ilnl. mil lo 1M2; and Harry Myers, Tnbcr, (o I'm. -------lioss (iihh I'lioltis. SIMPSONS-SEARS 3-Day Sale Thursday, Friday, and Saturday Stock Up Now On These Sweet Talkin' Treats! Delicious Chocolate Drops Variety of cream centres coated in chocolate. Reg. 79c Ib. Ib. Jumbo Gum Drops Fruit flavored drops covered with sugar. Reg. 59c Ib. Ib. A.B. Gum Drops Tiny drops covered in sugar. Re0. 59c Ib. Ju Jubes Fruit flavored gumdrops. Reg. 59c IB......... Sugar Peanuts Peanuts covered in crunchy sugar. Reg. 79c Ib. Holiday Caramels Velvety smooth carmels in assorted flavors. Reg. 89c Ib. Ib. Black Sambos Ju Jubes Licorice flavored ju tubes. Reg. 59c Ib. Reptiles Ju Jubes Assorted flavors. Reg. 59c Ib Drops Cream coated with chocolate, rolled in coconut. Reg. 89c Ib. IB. Ib. Ib. Ib. Ib. Ib. Peppermint Patties Peppermint cream covered in dork chocolate. Reg. 89c Ib. Ib. Peanut Brittle Sugar brittle covers hundreds of peanuts. Reg. 79c Ib.....Ib. Midget Mix Assortment of jellies and sugor poonuls. Reg. 69c Baby Mint Tiny pink and white minis. Reg. 69c Ib.......... Rainbow Mints Mints in every color of the rainbow. Reg. 79c Ib..........Ib. Hersheyettes Condy covered chocolale bits Hershey Chocolate Bars Choice of 5 Hersriey favorites. Reg. lOc each Hershey Block Bars Milk chocolate, toffee chip, mocoroon. olmond Hershey Slab Chocolate Pure milk chocolate in bulk Ib. Ib. for bars Ib. Mouthwatering Christmas Treats Christmas Fruit Cakes 4-lb, Fruit Cake rich with raisins, peel and cherries Florida Fruit Cake 2 Ibs. sliced with pineapples, cherries, apricots, etc....................... Light Fruit Coke 4-lb. sliced cake International Gourmet Corner European Tour Cheese Assortment 2-lb. array of imported cheeses Ham and Cheeso 1-lb. tinned ham and cheese of 7 flavors Wood Cheeso Board 1 full pound of Swiss and Austrian cheese Mod World Cheese. 3 full pounds from Austria, Denmark and Switzerland 3-98 7-99 Assorted Jams and Jellies 6-6-oz. jars Country Inn jellies and marmalades jars of assorted jams and jellies........ jars Country Inn jams and jellies .49 -98 The Chocolate Shop 1 Ib. Arcadian Cherries. Reg. 1 Ib. Arcadian Chocolates. Reg. 1 Ib. Dairy Box. Reg. 2 Ib. Pot of Gold. Reg. 12 02. Box of Assorted Chocolates. Reg. 1.33 1.33 1.77 3.77 770 Wonderful Biscuits In Tins 2-lb., SVi-oz. Tartan Shortbread Covered with rich chocolate .69 1-lb., M-oz. Gray-Dunn Chocolate Cookie Assortment 1-lb. lin of Danish Butter Cookioi 3 3.79 Liqueurs Wood crato filled with Liqueurs milk chocolate bottles............................ 7' i Htuvoy Bristol Crecim Slicrry Clioeolntcs Pka. of 5-2 01. Liqueur flavored chocolates from Holland Pkq. of or. Liqueur flavored chocolate hottlci..... 2.79 2.29 690 1.29 STORE HOURS: Open Daily 9 o.m. lo p.m. Thimdny ond Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Centre Village. Telephone 328.9231 ;