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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IEIHBRIDGE HERAID Wednesday, Deccmbrr 8, I I COALDALE PUPILS WIN PRIZES R. I. Baker School essayists won a total of in the Educational ABC of Industry Contest. Front row: Carl Heinz, Claassen ond Karen Aim. Second row, from left: James Parks, principal, Miss Anne Ducck, Grade 5 teacher Shawn Wahl, Robert Janzen, Billy Doyle and Miss Mary Funk, Grade 7 teacher. Back row: Carol Tooby, Carol Braun, Dorothy Sicbert, Linda Rose Neufeld, Rayma Moy Mill- er and Sylvia Donkergood. WARNER (UN'S) The re-1 elected lor I he cent meeting of the Warner Women's En.siitute was held at the home- of Mrs. A. Strains- moc, with Mrs. J. Carr. as co-hostess. Jr.. vice-president: Mrs. A. Dnsiin. There will be a short course j secretary; and Mrs. A. at Milk River at the Masonic j smoc. treasurer: and directors Hail Thursday. Jan. 13. 1972.} arc Mrs. D. Minion. Mrs. J. starting at 10 a.m. Kegtstra-1 Cress and Mrs. ?J. llernsi. tion is Tho new exec-uuve v.ill Miss Pauline Troid! was i to jiian the party the program ior thj new year. Tea money, the sum of S10, was donated to the Lethbridge Herald Cup of Milk fund. drivers were served a dinner by the the day nf their school. "Junk to jewels" was a very interesting and successful after- Concert Dec. 20 COALDALIC (HNS) The a n n u a 1 Rcadymade School Christmas Concert will he singed at 7 p.m. Monday, Dec. 20. al the school. Kach of the classes will per- form Christmas numbers. The public is inviled. Turkey bingo GRANUM (HNS) Granum Elks recently held a successful Turkey Bingo in the Commun- ity Hall. "About 120 attended. Twenly turkeys and JO hams were given away. Attend dinner IRON SPRINGS (HNS) Master Farmers Mr. and Mrs. Walter V. Boras and Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Haney attended the Master Farm Family Award I Dinner held recently at Card- ston in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Under. Sunday recreation set >Y Sports Giih COALDALK (HNSi The JMcXally Sports CHib is spon- soring Sunday rccrcalion scs- 'Christ is born' GRA.NTM (HXSi Thirteen members and two guests. Mr. and Mrs. Potor Walker of Fort Macleod, attended (he Decem- ber meeting of the Gramim United Church Women. Mrs. Alfred (Pat) Dunlop. opened the meeting with a reading, ''Good news. Christ is born." Tor tho devotional, Mrs. (Edge fElvina) Mohr gave a Bible reading and a prayer. Mrs. Alice McDougall of ClaiTsholm was a special siorus beginning Surday. i at 7 p.m. in McXaliy i School. I W. D. Gekiert. recreiilicn p.m. Members voted to continue "mystery pals" a JUT in in as well as the birthday raffles. The January meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. r: Amierson. "An dinner" Boniest was won by Cora Roney. Tea prices were won by Mrs. V. llcnpler. Miss P. Trcidl and C MI i Loue Decide Dec. 21 CLARESHOLM (HNS) The first day of winter, Dec. '21. has been chosen as the date when the people of Claresholm will decide if it will be possible to drink wine and beer with Ihsir meals at public res- taurants places, tht Bell Hotel and have applied fcr permission to the liquor control board. KIRK HOFMAN RINK WINS-Noble Central Junior High School bonspiel snw the Kirk Hofman rink emerge victorious in the sweep toward the Harrington-Sietar Trophy, Principal Paul Goldade presents the trophy to Hofman while Reese Mclntosh, third, Susan Phoris, lead, and Gwen Luchia look on. Sfucieni Union president Perry Luchia pre- sented the Individual trophies. The John Schoctcn rink was knocked out in the final game. Wes Hofman won the second event. -Lucinda Luchia Photo. SYIBERT'S your Cowboy Boot Headquarters! MEN'S COWBOY BOOTS In suedes and leather FROM CHILDREN'S COWBOY BOOTS Suedes or leather FROM MEN'S 4-BUCK1.E OVERSHOES For Cowboy Boats PAIR 10.50 COWBOY BOOT RUBBERS PAIR 5.50 SYLBERT'S YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFT STORE 505 4th Avo. S. Phr.no 327-3784 OPEN THURSDAY AND F5IDAY Till 9 PM Back air strip FORT MACLEOD (Special) delegation of Fort Macleod Chamber of Commerce offi- cials, to'.vn ccuncillors, mem- bers of the Fort Macleod Fly ing Club and MLA Leighton Euckwell met v.-ith Sabo Lanti- ga, regional supervisor of air- ways, department of transport. The party toured the air i .strip to .study conditions anr I ascertain the amount of wurk ncL'dcd to bring it into top con- dition. Mr. Lantiga said the runway is in fairly good condition. The recommendation that an engi- neer be sent to investigate the matter was favorable to all in- terested parties. Okay lighting CRANBROOK (SpeciaD- A street lighting improvement Mstem, at about s year operating cost, received approval of the Regional Dis- trict of East Kootenay at its own expense. B.C. Hydro would be the supplier and operator where it materializes. The area concerned is the a-municipal mile of King St. westward and at right angles to Van Home St. at the railway crossing. It would also include e x t r a-municipal Con- ham St. whicli intersecls King from the south near Briar Ave Mission, Outreach COUTTS (HNS) The offi- cial board of the New Dayton, Milk River, Coutts United Church Pastoral Charge held its meeting here recently with lii present. Mrs. W. R. Ford gave the devotion on Mission and Out- reach. The new hymn books were bought from the New Dayton congregation for viewing. I The proportionate respon- j sibility for the three charges was accepted. It will remain the same as last year. The one-day conference to j be held here in January, 1972, i was approved. Nominating committee: Charles Johnston, Milk River; KHon Duel, New Dayton; and Mrs. W. R. Ford, Coults. Plan meeting F 0 R T MACLEOD (Special) The Fort Macleod and Dis- trict Chamber of Commerce is making plans for its annual meeting, to be held during the first week in January. Albert. Suinarlon 'has been entrusted with arranging spe- cial Rucsls. Dr. John Walker and Haley Aycock, who rcpre- i scnlttl Fort Macleod in the j British Columbia Centennial Air Race, will he special guests as will Jim Flaharty of iGreat Falls, lie was instru- mental in having the name of i Marlowl changed back to the I original Fort Maciccd. Lei.Khlon linckwcll, MLA. and Tom Story, chamber pre.sidcnl, and Charlie Reach met with tho minister of high-cays, Clar- ence Oopilhorne, to request the l.orlion of Ilighwaay :i from Monarch lo Forl Maoleod be i'-'signaU'd as hlpli priority in Hie road expansion. 642 13th St. N., Lethbridge Phone 328-5742 FREE CITY DELIVERY! Monday, Tuesday, Saturday 9 a.m. 6 p.m. Wednesday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Thursday, Friday 9 a.m. 9 p.m. Last week's winner in our "Free Turkey Draw" was Grigg, 1021 27 St. "A" North BE SURE AND ENTER YOUR NAME IN THIS W.EK'S DRAW We Will Cut Any Meat To Suit Your Requirements! Mayfair Foods Meats Canada Choice -Canada Good We Invite you to try our meats "The Best In Town" Round Stoik f Canada choice Uoss KM) Canada Choice Red Brand, Lean Boneless Ib. Wieners Pork Scsusra Burns Bulk urns Bulk Ib. Ib. ROSEDALE CREAM STYLE Vegetable 14. CORN i or PEAS I 5OQd tins VW tins Mincemeat 99 Party and Festive Food Specials! Shrimp 2 for 99c Oysters Sea 4.oz 2 for 99c Potato Chips NaHey: 2 for 99c Biscuits 66c Squeez a Snack f0r99c Squeez a Snak Kraft 2 for 99c Squeez a Snak 99c Squeez a Snak 8srf 2 for 99c Mixed Mixed Nuts .rr ,lb pkg 1.25 Check our full selection of Biscuits, Candies, Chocolates, Nuts, Baking Supplies and all your festive needs. Dog Food 150Z 10tins 99c Toilet Tissue Wondersoft65 6roll589c Laundry Detergent Encore 5.lb 1.09 Shampoo Brite ,0.ozcach 99c Shampoo 13oz 99c Toothpaste lube 89c MAYFAIR FOODS DAIRY and FROZEN FOODS French Fries 2 Meat Pies Strawberries 2for 79c Canadian Slices Kmft 16-oz. pkg. Cheese Whiz 89c Butternut 3-lb. pkg. Mayfair Foods Produce Cane da fancy Macs ,29 Vu Pack Box Pink t, A A it f-POr SI Q for Alberta Grown Canada No. 1..... Bunch Green Onions Bunch Radishes POPPY SEED MCLARENS STUFFED OLIVES SEED hWEET GHERKINS Your MARA' CHERRIES I Bakinti Ib. SWEET PICKLED ONIONS 5 iKcnt 99 i r. IT 03V i ;