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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 13, 1HE UTHlP.IDCt HMAID 3 Helping Handful backed WARNER 'HNS) Miss Pauline his president of the Warner en's Institute. Otter officers are Mrs. Liettlt. 1st vice-prerlderit; Mrs. Ethyl Mortal. vice-pres- ident; Mrs. Winnie Dustin, sec- I retary; Mrs. Bea Scorns- treasurer. Opening songs were Keep Tlie Home Fires Burning jingle Bolls. Roll call v.w by 12 members S3.15 to A j Helping Handful of Barley. j This amount was added to the treasury gilt of S10 for the furji j The recent meeting vras heM at tome of Mrs. Ethyl MOT- Uo. Her motncr, Mrs. Ekzarxsc Orcutt, was co-hostess. Pearl TOP GROWER FOR 1972 Mist lydra Sskuro of the 7cbc-r 4-H Sugor Bet) Ci'jb rectivei ine Concoion ifies Ltd. trophy from A'ledge W. Hill ct 37jh c-irt'jo! growers' bsrc-uet. Miss Stk'j.'a, per cere, tsp grower in the ciub. Other photo; H'jmmell listers, from left, E'tcnor, Ruth, Josn ond Grace, cil of Chorr.piori, sing i h accorr.panist Mrs. George a member of tne Andersen O'- chestro ef Gibb Photn School board committees organized tour Sugar beet king is anyone's guess the Taber-Ea.-n-.vell- association Taiyvr T.rnei s--ated at the sap- sic by the Raymoad Canadta.TS. from the erening's festivities. By ROSS GIBE Herald News Service Va'jzhaii growers 9H TAEER In a space age of in trw community centre. Uecemoer P-, computer failed to brir.2 up a ki v.'a.s nsTter of v.i.-rsr for Ire tiff, of S'JE- lor the ever'. BLAIRMORE 'C7-T Bureau) Grant Hail o! Ebirmire re- chairman rjf Crov.snest board. .'.Irs. was re-: elected vlce-chairroEJi. 1 Mr. Hail arj-.ounced the nw cxdrnitteeo. comprise: Education, Lorraine Aiello, V.'il-r liEm Kovech, Mr. Planning: Veno Pcrzzi, R.obert Stretch, Aiello. Transporta tivn: Vriiliara Ko-.-ach, Betty Slapai, Veno. Pozri. Kail Ciamber- Uui, 'Mr. Stretch and 3-L-. Hall. All board memoes are on the PICTURE BUTTE 'HNS; North County o: Letfr bridge Resonal Recreation partment is sponsoring a tcrjr of the Christmas lights in bridge for alt senior citizens trr- r.cirth area. ar tir.r for trie 37th aar.ua 1 i delayed preventauw. tons per acre top r ml! pici: up senior cit-! iarms at various point.; thro-jgh-i out t'rw northern area of the: hurst, Turin, fror, S p r i n g s. for i in fe Grace Ra'.tan, Bob Roth, per arr.ors the head Singer-guitarist Miss Bonnie! though the long uniavorai'.e gutjf- v.a-- Bsr; Hsrerave o! Smith tang her own compos- harvest period some 30 a of Pari- lion. 'A to the Sugar or tois of Beet Growers, and otrrer num- and pianist Miss Elsie Kclma performed two classical for the ares. brought hi? arid hU of the tusar t distnct. provided the f'jj portion of tic evening, their instrumental ajw selections being well re- ceived. are on the business of the Peard. Harding, Iver- son. director. Ray Torn Anton arid Lee Mills. Tne EiKiderJy cold stormy from the TOV- sb'.T v.ere expressed ayor Arthur li. tbe ts ef" cwrnrn'jrjty. Vice-pre-siderA YA Shimbashi chairman for a program More district 011 page 23 dancmg to seemed not to distract dance Barons arjd Pictu'e Barb Uoca CnnE BUM areas rnay call rec-, Saturday to raise ifA H_m reatioa office for more informs- (ur The Herat's He'.ping Hand- tion betvreen the of 10 a.m. arx3 12 rxyjn, ziA to 3 and further L-Jormatiorj. ful Fund. It begin at a p.PL Lr. the O-ja'hurst High School gym. refreshments will Many thanks, gang, for the you are Tre Herald's ('orxi, !t means a great deal to us that you were th? first to con-.e forth a ships. i MANT BIRDS tie Geliesy, David Roth, Trie board will also meet with Southern Ontario has more to facilitate more di- f-ian 1-Vj million 'rect 125 different species. vr Woofer USE YOUR WOOLCO CHARGE CARD All YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING Walk Away with Savings on Men's This Give GIFTS for the HOME From Open Till 9 p.m. Evenings Sot., Dec. 16th and 6 p.m.) BOOTS Is A Beautiful Sight To Sec! Enjoy Extra Savings by Picking a Cash Voucher from The Money Tree With Every or Over Purchase (Now 'fil Chrisfmas) All cash voucher envelope! on iho tree icalcd and certified by Canada Trust Co. lo contain in cash vouchers (from SI to Come in end take o pick from Ihe tree it's easy! A. Zipper Boot with High He B. Plain Toe Zippe-r with H C. Strap 'N Buckle Bcol with Regular p SHOPPING DAYS 'Til cts for the Ho'iday season aViead in 7 great styies! ThoJ-'s right seven stylei oil at one price, These first quality leather boofi ere greatly reduced in price. Some hove o higher heel and others a more conservative toe end nee'. styles ere made in Canada and otrerj crs imparted from Great Briiion, So corr.e in and 55) in on the scvinps on these Leather Bods. BiotV: or Brown in jiiei of 10 12. YOUR CHOICE 15 pair Open Daily 9 o.m. to 9 p.m. until Christmas