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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 29, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, Dtcember 29, 1971 THE IETHBRID6E HESAID-3 GIFT FOR COUNCILLORS Mayor George Wait, left, gives Mrs. Louis (Helen) Hucik a gift for her husband. He retired this fall from the Blairmore town council. Retired councillor Alfred Mckay, looking on, also received a gift for his service. Unable to be present was retired councillor Gordon Ulrich. Mayors Wait, John Holyk and Jim Fisher thanked Underwood, Mclellan and Associates for holding the party. Bull Elks provided music for dancing. Decoux Photo f Merry Christmas Mr. Snowman' By DELIA WOOLF Herald News Service Christ- mas Mister Snowman" was presented by pupils of the ele- mentary school as a Christmas program. I They spoke their lines well I and their acting was all that 'could be desired for a school operetta. The scene was laid in any front yard in any town where children expect a visit from citizens to probe assaults MAGRATH (HNS) A pub- lic meeting has Iwcn called by private citizens for Dec. 21 in the Magrath E1 c m e n lary School gym to formulate a pol- icy to present to the attorney general's department regarding the recent criminal assault on two families in Magrath. Prevention of like tragedies in the community is the pur- pose. Buy books for schools TABER (HNS) Librarians of the various Taber division schools will go on a buying spree at Calgary Monday, Jan. 31. The trip will allow the librar- ians to make direct purchases of books front a book store. Purchase lists will be pre- pared by the r e s p e c live schools. Citizens are urged to attend at p.m. Magrath town council sent a loller to Attorney General C. Mervin Lcitch. In a telephone conversation with him Dr. S. C. Brewerlon was advised to get a petition signed. This will be done at the meeting Wednesday, Dec. 29. Dr. Brewcrlon feels people should be alerted to the fact til at the new Criminal Code is more lenient but the danger still exists. Beatings' and fires in other communities are at- tributed to relaxing of controls, he says. Other townspeople in- terested are welcome to attend the meeting. Santa Claus on a Christinas Eve. The audience learned as the plot unfolded tliat even a snow- man can become most unhap- py if left alone before the chil- dren finish the job of making Mm. The two children were play- erf by Sherry and Shelly (twins) Anderson; Marty Fromm was the snowman; Mi- chael Takaguchi was the sand- man who even put Santa Claus to sleep; Santa Claus himself was Michael Holt; Vicki Hel- gerson played Mrs. Claus. The Snowflake Queen was Mclarde Miber; Polly was Col- leen Nilsson. There were 127 singers in the chorus. The cast included 21 toys; 16 snowflakcs; 10 helpers for the Sandman and 16 carollers all taking part on the stage. Rotar'wiis SHOWER HELD IRON SPRINGS (HNS) Mrs. Eugene Vair, nee Eva Gostola, was the guest at a shower held here recently. She was presented with gifts for her home. Miss Martha Gostola and Miss Bea Finlcy assisted. sing carols RAYMOND (HNS) Ro- Urians and the Rotary Anns went caroling to bring happi- ness to the senior citizens of Raymond. This evening for the club members has become an annual event for a number of the senior citizens who during the cold weather seldom leave their homes it is a much await- ed evening. The last stop for club mem- bers was Ridge View Lodge where many of the guests were among the early people who first guided the business and social life of Raymond during the early history of the town. At the lodge light re- freshments were served to all for a social hour which follow- ed. KRADLE KOOP NURSERY KIDS HELP Filling tho Piggy Bank at the from desk of Lcthbridge's Kradle Koop Nursery is a year-long project for these liny tots. The money CIODS to the Cup of Milk Fund. Irish McKinlay lines up ths happy gang for a picture after r.'onoling to the fund. They arc, Shanny, Georgs McKinlay, 7, Richard Rayner, 7, Brenda Rnynor, 4, Doniso, Tracy, Shaun, Zoi-in, Rea, 4, tori and Dnrin. Singing while wailing for the photographer they brought a happy note to The Herald's front office. -Ed Finlay Photo elect Pippen CRANBROOK Cliff Pippen of Wardner lias been relumed president of the Cranbrook Farmers Institute and Livestock Association. Other officers: Harold Neil- son, Wycliffe, rice-president; Verdun Casselman, Fort Steele, Ray Van Steinberg, Wy- cliffe, and Waldo Dixson, Moyie, director; and Mrs. Don Unwin, secretary-treasurer. Mr. Dixson was named rep- resentative for the 4-H Clubs; Mr. Casselman for the Beef Cattle Growers Association with Mr. Van Sleinberg as al- ternate. Special effort in 1972 will be made to improve farmer- rancher public relationship, and to enlist membership and p a r t i c i p a tion by Wardner- South Country ranchers and farmers where the institute has lapsed. Susan Campbell of Wycliffe will undertake a weekly news story of agriculture interest in support of public relations. The business session was fol- lowed by a social and clever skits prepared and presented by 4-H clubs, Wycliffe Beef and Happy Stitchers, East Koo- tcnay Homecrafts of Moyie and Rocky Mountain Beef Club. Cranbrook membership meetings will continue to be the second Friday in each month. Special annual meeting guest was the new East Kootenay provincial government agricul- tural agent, Gary Mosher. He takes office from Ted Berry Jan. 1. Women visit homes RAYMOND (HNS) Mem- bers of the home development class of the Raymond Public Library braved bitter cold weather to make an evening tour of three Raymond homes. They were more than re- warded for their trip. They visited the homes of Mr. and Mis. Gerald J. Gibh. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Bourne and Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Hancock. The purpose of the visit to the homes was to study interior decorations for the architec- tural design of rooms al Chist- mas. In a home with children, dec- orations need a style in keep- ing with the needs of Hie chil- dren. CHURCH SPARWOOD (HNS) The new S'.. Michael's Roman Cath- olic Church hero was blessed hy I lie Most Rev. W. K. Doyle, Bishop of Nelson, Dec. Church arid tall were filled. GET SET TO GREET A GREAT NEW YEAR! STORE HOURS: WED. and IHURS. DEC 29 and 30. We Will Close at 6 p.m. December 31st. CLOSED JAN. 1st. Party Food Specials! Ground Coffee Safeway All Purpose 1-lb. net wt. bag. Chip Dips Manor House Frozen Beef, Turkey, Chicken............8-oz. net wt. size Lucerne Fresh Asst'd Flavours.......... 8-oz, net wt. tub me Party Pricle MV 4 Flavours 814-9 01. net wt. pkg. Sour Cresni dips 52 WWI wi 20-oz. net wt. ctn Start The Neiv Year Right With Safeivay Specials c c Polly Ann white Brown Sliced, 20-oz. net wt. loaf Tasto Tells Reconstituted 48-fl. oz. tin Annla Beans with Pork m2( itiPi Iff 1CII HlC Brussels Sprouts b39 Fresh Yams r i Ddewood Wrapped Mb. net wt prints III UllUCl I IvO Fresh Ocean Spray 1-lb. net wt. bag. jfjL Part Skinned Ready to Serve Whole, Half or Quarter, All Brands Boston Butt Pork Roast Special- Lean Trim, Fresh Alberta Gov't. Inspected Ib. PRICES EFFECTIVE in Lethbridge Dec. 29 31 Incl. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. SAFEWAY CANADA SAFEW ;