Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
22 - THE LETS-ORIDGE HEr..'-,LD - Wednesday, February 74, 1973 6 news mmm Pancake supper NOBLEFORD (HNS) - No-bleford United Church Women met at the home of Mrs. Elmer Erickson with 10 present. Mrs. Herman Hann was in charge of the devotional. Plans were made to hold the annual pancake supper in the church basement March 6 from 5:20 to 7 p.m. World Day of Prayer will be held in the Nobleford Christian Reform Church this year with Nobleford United, Barons United Church and Monarch Reform Church taking part. The March meeting will be held in the church after the pancake supper. Roosville busy NATAL (HNS) - Officials at the Roosville custom station report more than 5,000 vehicles passed through in 1972 than the previous year. Figures show 37,968 vehicles entering, with 119,113 passengers. Figures for 1971 were 33,-526 vehicles and 102,223 passengers. They estimate this as a 10.2 per cent increase in vehicles and a 16.5 per cent increase in passengers. They also say that no particular increase has been noted in traffic since border hours were extended recently, but mainly because the weather has been too cold for skiers. Delay projects CLARESHOLM (HNS) -Town council has found it necessary to delay a number of proposed capital expenditures until the financial statement for 1972 is completed. Tenders have been received for a town garage and workshop at a cost of between $130,-000 to $140,000 but the provincial local authorities board is withholding approval for borrowing until council can explain how the money will be repaid. The purchase of a new fire truck and construction of more curb and gutters has also been delayed. Plan 1973 fair CLARESHOLM (H N S) -Plans for the 1973 fair were discussed at the annual meeting of the Claresholm Com munity Fair board. It was decided to hold the 1973 fair Saturday, Aug. 11. The Claresholm 4-H Beef Club will be offered the opportunity of having the concession booth at the fair. To help finance the fair there will be advertising in the catalogue. This proved successful last year. President Gilbert Hartley reported a very successful fair day in 1972. Marks birthday STIRLING (HNS) - The family of J. Perry Barton honored him at a birthday dinner at the Park Plaza recently. Mr. Barton, 75, made a fine recovery from a kidney malfunction. When he was five years of age his parents came from Mount Pleasant, Utah and settled here. He courted and married Ge-niveve Larson and they raised their family here in the village. The Bartons have three sons, three daughters and 26 grandchildren. Mrs. Torok showered with gifts GRANUM (HNS) - The Granum United Church was decorated with a valentine theme for the recent community shower honoring Mrs. Cheryl Torok, a February bride-elect. Laverne Peyton and Jenny Johnson assisted in unwrapping the gifts. Deanne Torok, daughter of the bride, was in charge of the guest book. The gifts were recorded by Jenny Johnson. Mrs. Torok's three daughters sang The Teddy Bear's Picnic accompanied by Mi's. Kay Cairns. The committee gift was a bedspread. Mr. and Mrs. Rybachuk mark 50th anniversary SPARWOOD (HNS) - Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rybachuk of Natal recently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary. They were married 50. years ago at the Orthodox Church at Somen, in the Ukraine. Their four children were present. They are Mrs. Vera Kominec, Sparwood, Bill Rybachuk, Calgary, and Walter and Johnny Rybachuk, both of Sparwood. Also present were their 13 grandchildren. Mr. Rybachuk arrived in this country in 1927; in 1933 he took up farming at Mayerthorpe. Mrs. Rybachuk came to Can- ada in 1933. It was 1940 when they moved to Natal. Mr. Rybachuk was employed at the Michel Mine from 1940 until 1965. He is a member of the United Mineworkers of America. They received a gold family ring and gold watch. CHARTER NIGHT NATAL (HNS) - Sparwood Lions recently celebrated the first anniversary of receiving their charter with a dinner and dance at St. Michael's Hall in Sparwood. About 120 members, wives and friends attended the affair. Get in on the Savings BONELESS Prices Effective in Lethbridge Feb. 14 - 17. CHUCK ROAST - OR - BONELESS ft CHUCK STEAK Canada Grade 'A' Beef lb. 89 CANNED VEGETABLES SIRLOIN STEAK Canada Grade A Beef..........................................lb. T-B0NE OR CLUB .49 .59 Canada Grade A Beef Steaks Treat Your Valentine Canada Grade A Beef Rupert Style 1 .......69 2:69 Taste Tells Canada Choice Cream Style Corn, Peas & Carrots, Cut Green Beans, Mixed Vegetables 14 fl. oz. tin .... For Quality and Flavour Safeway Brands of Tea & Coffee J*'**TBt�*/'*''" f. ^r-----. � "WE MAKE IT - YOU BAKE IT" Mi $4,39 Size.........Special ea. .. . 12 oz. net wt. pkg Introduces Another NEW Variety Mode in Alberta Now Available - Delicious Salami & Cheese 'id p. 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