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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 24, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Thuridtjy, Uocombor '1A, _ THE LEIHBRIDCl' IICRAtU 3 Season's greetings to our readers in south Alberta and southeastern B.C. 'Peace cm earth, good will to men' 800 sing carols at Taber TABER (HNS) Hearts were full "of peace on earth pad good will to men" as some SCO people participated in carol singing at Ihe W. R. Myers High School auditorium here. Sponsored by the school stu- dents' union, the festival ha3 as master of ceremonies Rell G. Francis who conducted com- rainity songs, and as organist Mrs. Verna Bodie. The Hammond organ was provided courtesy of Heintz- inan and Company and the Noble Central presents show NOBLEFORD (HNS) The Noble Central School program was held in the school and the auditorium was full to ca- pacity. It was an extremely nice program. Teachers and pupils are to be congratulated, was the consen- sus. song sheets by Batons, both of Lethbridge. Mr. Francis invited the audi- ence to participate in carol singing of well known songs and to cany the spirit of the festival through the Christmas season and through the coming year. Approximately 350 individu- als participated in the chorus and choir singing. Some highlights: A ?5-voice chorus from Dr. Hamman elementary school's grades 4, 5 and 6, directed by Mrs. Helen Jensen and accom- panied by Mrs. Irene Beck- man. They sang Do You Hear What I Let There Be Peace on Earth, and Have Holly, Jolly Christmas. Miss Anne Walker directed the 30 members of the W. R. Myers Junior High School chorus as they sang We Wish You a Merry Christmas and I'm Dreaming of a White Christmas. Harmony was presented by Mrs. Jean Jensen's double trio singing As Lately We Watched. The combined junior and senior choirs of Kn.ix United Church numbering 40, was di- rected and accompanied by Malcolm Edwards. They sang Boar's Head Carol, Oh Little One, Sweet, and Torches. Taber Christian Reformec Church choir of 20 voices He Shall Feed His Flock and The Song of the Soldier unde the baton of Bernard Vos. Mrs J. Klok was accompanist. St. Theodore's Anglican Church choir was directed an p.m. an Hardieville at p.m. Interested persons may con tact the Coaldale recreation of fice at 345-3746. Turkey stuffing The Toronto Star says vet- eran newspaperman Gordon Sinclair likes his Christmas turkey traditionally prepared and served. But he does have his own special recipe for turkey stuffing which his wife prepares. Here is the Sinclair recipe for turkey stuffing: 2 cups finely chopped onio Ib. butter, melted 2 cups thinly sliced celery 2 tsp. salt 1 tsp. each thyme, mai joram, savory and sage 1 tbsp, sherry 10 cups stale bread crumbs cups slivered almonds Melt butter in large frypan. Add onions and cook until golden. Toss with all other ingredients. Squeeze some dressing together in your hand. If it does not hold together, add more melted butter. Makes 16 cups stuff- ing. Addy installed TABER (HNS) Taber Gen eral Hospital board of direc tors installed Thomas H. Addy formerly vice-chairman, chair man for the coming year, re placing Russell V. Bacon who became vice-chairman. Mr. Addy was named repre sentative to the Taber Indus trial Committee. Notice was received of the accreditation of Taber Genera for the ensuing three years. COAU1URST WINS MONARCH (Special) Se nior girls at Coalhurst hostet team from Milk River in ar exhibition game of basketball Coalhurst won 84-22. High scorer was Debbie Lumley Oi CoaJhurst with 23 points. As the Christmas season begins to sparkle with joy and excitement for all, may we take a moment to say thanks so much for your loyal patronage throughout the year, HENRY'S GROCERY 2012 2nd Ave. N. Phone 328-8055 Open Every Day 9 a.m.-lO p.m. WE WISH THE VERY BEST OF THE FESTIVE SEASON TO Atl OUR VAtUED CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS Vy'o close Christmas Eve al 7 p.m. nnd remain closed December 25, 26, 27. Reopening on Monday, December 28 til 7 a.m. New Year's Eve we will close at 7 p.m. and remain closed New Year's Day. CAPRI RESTAURANT 1520 3rd Avenue S. Phono 328-4818 Correspondents say Merry Christmas! ,f MERRY CHRISTMAS FROM THE DISTRICT GANG! Galhered around Ihe Christmas tree are Herald correspondents Vern Decoux, Crowsnest Pass Bureau; Pat Powers, Vaux- hall; Paul Andersen, Claresholm; Mary Beusen, Nanfon; Mrs. James Mackenzie, Hillspring; Mrs. Jacob (Alice) Dekker, Monarch; Ross Gibb, Taber; Mrs. Marie Sorgard, Iron Springs; Mrs. Marguerite Dorchak, Enchant; Mrs. Leeta Whitrow, Wrenfharn; Mrs. Edith Borggard, Nobleford; Mrs. Thekla Ehnes, Etzikom; Nancy Miles, Cranbrook; Mrs. Delia Wooif, Ray- mond; post-graduate Mrs. Joyce Nowicki, formerly of Stavely; Mrs. Mildred Hardy, Stir- ling; Mrs, lundy Findlay, Vulcan; Mrs. HaMgren, Burdett; Mrs. Catherine Hull, Cardston; Clarence Weekes, Cowley; Mrs. Kay Payne, Fort Macleod; Mrs. Melba Warnock, Turin; Mrs. Pearl Liebelt, Warner; and Lundy Findlay, Vulcan. Missing are S. P. Johnson, Picture Butte; Mrs. Josephine Grigor, Barnwell; Mrs. June Cowie, Barons; Mrs Alice Schaufele, Bow Island; Mrs. Alice Hacke, Coutts; Paul Chala, Natal; Mrs. Mary Tymburski, Caoldale; G. E. Dalton, Del Bonifa; Mrs. Audrey Willia ms and William Thompson, Fernie; Mrs. Jean Swihart, Fort Macleod; Geoff Tagg, Foremost; Mrs. Ed Cesar, Granum; Mrs. Mary Ham- ling, Tyrell's Lake; Mrs. Frances Mueller, Masinasin; Tom Willock and Rev. K. D. Hewlett, Milk River; Mrs. Mildred Marker, Magrath; Mrs. Don Hanson, Mountain View; Mrs. Walter Strand, McNally; Mrs. Elton (Pearl) Duell, New Dayton; Mrs. Lucinda Luchia, Nobleford; Miss Korine Yellow Brocket; Mrv Edward Pincher Creek; Mrs. Thomas Rob- erts, Monarch; Mrs. Violet Clancy, Stavely; Mrs. Pauline Juhar, Turin; and possibly some old friends and new friends we've missed somewhere down the line. Merry Chrislmasl Alberta's Great Moments USTEH... SO RHERP, I'M I HOPE THIS COIVM nr THE BREWE KEEP SMIDGEOfJ TO THE LEFT, TRY YOUR VEYES SHUT.', Raising the flag on Mt Norquay A mers mountain won't slop Ihnl crajy cast ol characters from the Lethbridge label. They've gol a flag worlh waving: Ihe Lethbridge Pilsner pennant that promises the peak ol good old-fasliioned flavour in every glass. That's the way it's been for nearly hall a century. And that's the way it'll stay as real and rugged as our pioneer tradition. So nexl time call for Alberta's original Pilsner. Enjoy your own Great Momenls with Lelhbridgc Pil. Pilsner BEER ;