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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Thur-.doy, Dttember 21, 1971 THE inHBfroGE HEPALO IS BROCKET Boxers from j Rooney Big Bull of Pdgan Peigan and i reserve, 132 pounds, defeated nrjiari reserves, Clifford Crazy B'jU of Bloods 'incher Creek and Browning, 1 by retirement. >1onl.r traded jabs al a recent i Gilhert WoUnunp, J23 pounds, cmrney here. i defeated Archie Eig Sa'v, Jr., Ciiarlic Prongoa, 13, of of the Pcigans. iridge dumpd Jerry Potts to: Failing to punch enough, Con- the canvas in the early secon'Js i rad Simennces; of LethbrWge, of the second round and by 132 pounds, lost to Gene "referee stops contest." Proa- Booby Kroekcd of Ulhbridge, NEW HORIZONS FOR OLDTIMERS Forty meet ol Tcber to plan a hiilory book project under the federal government's New Hori- zons program, left photo, Mrs. (Margaret) 85, come with her huibond to the district about 60 years 090, homeileading ncrlh of the Oldmon River. She is the oldest person in the gathering. Directors are Alex. Edwin Price, Mrs. Verno Fowler, Mrs. Helrna Barton, Ed Hemple, Uroy Eosthope and Harry Myers. Miss Yvonne Mclvor, explain- ing details, said up to is available and if approved it cover staff, equipment, rralerial end transportation costs. Ross Gib'o Photos Home and School carol festival thrills Christmas Week Toy Specials! R W -25 BUNK BEDS (Conodion) Reg. 3.75 SALE LARGE WOODEN DOLL CRIB Reg. 5.75 5ALE PLAY PLAX BUILDING TOY RINGS OCTAGONS SQUARES teg. S5 Sola Reg. S4 Sola Reg. S3 Sole 3.50 2.50 ANIMAL GLOVE PUPPETS Reg. 3.20 ,75 2 MARBLE RUN 51 1 SAIE I I TOYCASTLE DESIGNS 1279 3rd Ave. S. Phone 328-6727 For free Color Catalogue of Toys By MARY TVMBL'RSKI Herald News CO ALT) ALE The annual Christmas Carol Festival, spoc- SOTtd by the Coalrfale Horn? School AssocJation, thri'lod hundreds Kate Anrire-.ra High auditorium to capacity for the tv.'o periorni- arices. Tne Brass, directed by Oifffrd Harvey, gave the tng numbers both er.'enings in plajing 0 Cariaria, Frosty the and of Christ- mas. The school groups arid church choirs everyoM into Referee stops a couple of bad bouls of 6'. Pc-ijrjan iiwnji? Ciub, Mauy JiJdes, Jwry Kern goa weighs 150 pounds. Peigan Andy Stump, 1W xjunds, won his contest v.-ith Bowersock of Pinchc-r i reek by retirement. Eddie Bond of Brov.ninj, 115 pounds, lost to Hugh Calf PC. Kroeker failed to move I punch. rock, pounds; pounds; Perry Odney, Kormsn Sinen- a-oi Charlie Pror.gos. si! INSURANCE 9 LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES LTD. ESTABLISHED 19H Lower Floor 4lS Ave. S. Phone 327-1541 Au'iisice carol E.igmg wa5 er.joyed each e'.'enirjg. CnaJrman for fe first pro- grtrn v.-as H. P. Nikkei and the audience leadw was Grade 1 and 2 from R. I. Baker, directed by Mrs. Val sang Cnnstmas Eells, Birta of a King aryj Eafr.- Mennorjite Confer- ence Church Mixed Choir, con- ducted by Falk, sang beau- tifully. So did the Mennosile Cnurch direct- ed by Hgar Dueck. Star or the East and Stille 'Siler.t sung by j the Mennonite Conference Cnurch cbctr. direcUd by Mrs. i Abe capped a thrilling eve Dins. i Albert Balrleo w a s chairman Dick Hum- phreys as a'ldience song leader at the second performance. Mrs. Bert EKrakersgcftd, asso- ciation vice-president vrelcoraed i Tne Kate Andrews High Glee Club, a'l girls, sari Cniid is This arid 0 Holy Kight, directed very ably by Dick John S a 1 e r led the St. Anibrose Church Cnoir in sing- Log To Us a ChiM is Born and Carol of the Shepherds. Ckrslne caroh vrere Star and the "wise Men and It was a j Holy Nieht, sung by the Mco- j noriite Brethren Cnurch directed by John Siebert, in a meet ully inspHng i performance. VEHICLE OVERTURNS FOP.T MACLEOD Four were taken to bospital i crverturrjed at the western out- skirts of They are re- ported to be in good coalition. Damage to the car Ls esti- mated at Tney Ere Bremerton, Wash., residents. A. OK v, A OF: HIKJ: TAIiKK MJNS; A -iC-alaU'j.'j for i'r-'Mjf; of t.v: TTATI r ihf; of appro t d ourxi L TTK; I'ajijjg of of for from p CST; U for tV: an a a J, TOV] rilri'jg PARADE HOMES SHOW HOME OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Wed., Thurs., Fri., 7-9 p.m. 1906 Lakeside Rood 12 doors N. of Woolco's Moin PARADE HOMES LTD. Phone 323-8535 To our many Friends in Lethbridge and Southern Alberta. The JEWELLERY COttEGE (AALL Phone 328-9736 The Lethbtidge Herald think PART IV PICTURE QUIZ 5 POINTS The Jolly fcM ?'e BB Santa Glaus today Irnrnor tall zed Ln the poem The Night Before Christmas. Who wrote the poem? HOW DO YOU RATE? 71 14 80 pofnlj 51 to 100 pw.n TOP iCOREJ 61 V) 70 Fiir. to SO frj UrwJtrT 7 ffmrr FAMILY DISCUSSION QUESTION Why IsltsodlUlctjltformanklnd to achieve "peace m YOUR YULE QUIZ PART I CHRISTMAS CUSTOMS Give yourself 10 points for each correct answer. 1 Christmas was not generally observed until s.roucd the 7 Century. t-FIrst b-Fourth e-Eleventh 2 Tnlrteenth Century Italy was ttfl birthplace o[ the Christmas custom of b-the Yule log c-the Etocldrjg 3 The manger scene In some churches ttC'b Christmas was first Introduced by 7 a- Pope b- Martin Luther c-St, F raids 4 The custom of idorrJrjg Christmas trees ia believed to have originated In fc-Nonvay b-the United States S-Gerrnany 5 Tne tnclent 1 gave us the custom of hanging mistletoe over the They be- lieved It would bring happiness to those piss- ing uncier. a-Dr-JirJa c-Greeki PART II CHRISTMAS WORLDWIDE Take 4 points for each cour.try you can match with Ha word for Christmas. 1.....Christ's ilass 2.....uul 3.....Noel 6.....Welhnacht a-i rar.ce- c-riiecllevsl England d-NorAay PART III AUTHORS AND COMPOSERS Take 6 points for each composer or author whose you carj correctly JdentLfy. 1.....Peter a-The Nutcracker b-Silent Night 2 George F. Handel 3 Glan Carol MenotU 4 Frarj Grjber B.....Felix Mendelssohn 1216-72 c-Joy to the V.'orld d-Harkl rne Herald Angels Sing e-Amahl and the Night Visitors beer Carlsberghaslongbeen the world's most exported Lagerbeer. No wCsrisberg, this glorious beer of Copenhagen, is brewed right here in Alberta. And because it's now brewed here, you can enjoy CarLsberg at regular prices. Carlsberg brewed with al] the skill and tradition of Denmark to the Uste of Canadian beer drinkers. Discover Carisberg for yourself. Canadian Breweries Alberta Ltd, COPENHAGEN city of beautiful towera STUDENTS Seve This Practice Reference Material for Exams. ;