Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 21, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
Hoop champs Lethbridge County 26 southern area junior high lioop champs all attend St Joseph's School, Coaldalt. Other teams were entered by the R. I. Baker and McNeil? schools. Donald Schiellte organized the contest. Boys, front row, from left, Walter Duda, Leroy Pavan and Larry Knapp. Second row, Steven Hondas, Albert Baca, Reinhold Rickert a ad John Kupis. Back row, Freak Huszar, coach, and Conrad Sincennes, Leonard Boras, Joey Csak and George Vagi, Girls, front row, Charlene Hinds, Annellesa Machtelse, Rose Bisheimer and Peggy Lengyel. Middle row, Mary Machlelse, Janet Corey, Karen Martens, Snsaa Maefct and Angela Rack. Back row, coach Mrs. Helen Virgtoillo, Judy Berg, Jane JagielsM. Roberto Knapp, Debbie Vase-lenak and Betty Machlelse. Special! Misses' Splash There's no way water can get through because of the waterproof unit construction. 10' high pull on styling with low heel and anti-slip sole. Black, White. (Nor shown) WOMEN'S SPLASH BOOTS. 10"-14" high. PAIR Youth's and Boys' Red Sole Rubber Boots Sturdy unit construction for the rough and tumble they'll have to take! Water-proof with anti - slip soles. Black/Red. Full sizes only. Youths' Boys'. fej PAIR (Not shown) MEN'S RED SOLE RUBBER BOOTS. PAIR 0.22 �*e*e^ �fVkb 2.66 Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. College Shopping Mall Thursday and Friday 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive ? a.m. to 9 p.m. WOMEN OF THE s DISTRICT I Hoping WI cookbook is ready ETZIKOM (HNS) - The Hoping Women's Institute met at the home of Mrs. Mary Dixsom at Foremost. Mrs. Mildred Nattrass, Medicine Hat district four convener, outlined the pur? pose of the institute. A cookbook compiled by members is complete and may be purchased from any member. A discussion was held in regards to the 1973 handicraft work. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Ella Burns at Foremost Miss Vngaro showered with gifts NATAL (HNS) - A shower was held in St. Michael's Hall at Sparwood recently to honor Miss Linda Ungaro, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ungaro of Sparwood. The honored guest was es> corted into the hall by Mrs. Pat Anderson of Calgary, sister of the bride-to-be, and Mrs. Margaret McKie of Elk Valley. They later assisted in opening the many gifts. The honored guest will exchange marriage vows with Bene Joseph Barone of Kelson. B.C. Landscape plan proposed by Kaiser NATAL (HNS) - In response to a request from the District of Sparwood council, Kaiser Resources has announced it will do everything in its power to clean-up and prevent accumulation of unsightly objects and material on residential property under the company's control. K a i see Resources suggested council consider a nuisance bylaw which would give it some guidelines for control of the nuisance problem. Kaiser also suggested a cooperative landscap i n g scheme Which could be tied into a payroll deduction program. The scheme would allow everyone, not just Kaiser employees, to lake advantage of lower-priced landscaping which could be obtained through a co-operative contract. The company indicated its own contribution to such a scheme could be in the order of $i million. f �;M?::"iSf^S>::iSS.'Sl - . m y 7/ B HQ USEYOUR � Charge it" Men's Two-Tone Knit Shirt With Fancy Pattern Front! A.) Rich, two-tone jacquard front with contrasting collar, four button plaquet and chest pocket. 100% tex-turized nylon. In Ivory/Chocolate, White/Skipper Blue, Brandy/Whito or Navy/White. Sizes S-M-L-XL each 10.99 Quality, Comfrort and Style in a Doubleknit by "Fabrini" B.) Features a double knit jacquard panel front with four button plaquet and contrasting colour on sleeves and back. Available in Navy/White, Red/ White, Beige/Brown or Yellow/Walnut. Sizes S-M-L-XL. �| ^ Men's Short Sleeve Double Knit Shirt with Crew Neck and Zipper! C.) Smartly styled "Vilana 98" double knit with flapped pockets and distinctive trim. Available in White/ Skipper Blue, Beige/Chocolate, Red/ - � viM*. ~? Navy/White or White/Claret. Sizes S-M-L-XL. 0 OH each y}B%?