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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 21, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 - THE LETHBRIDGS HERAID - Woclnasday, February 21, 1973 reat Lampshad Super Values in a Wide election of Size A* Colonial Tavern Design Lampshade Available in two beautiful colours Melon or Blue Green. Choose from various sizes. 3" x 4" x A" Candle . 5" x 6" x 514" Empire 6" x 7" x 7Vi" Drum . 8'/2" x 12" Bridge . ., each .76 each 1.14 each 1.27 each 2.53 12" Ballerina........ each 1.57 B, Silk Lampshade A Beautiful Buy! Brighten up your home with a Poly wrapped lampshade. Choose from various sizes. 7" x 8" x 8"......... each 3.19 9" x 10" x 10"....... each 4.29 11" x 12" x 12"...... each 5.09 13" x U" x U"...... each 6.59 18" x 19" x 9Vi" .... each 7.19 15" x 16" x 16"...... each 7.97 C. Stylish Classic Self trim lampshade in colors of Green, Tan and White. Various styles. 3" x A" x A"................ $1 7"x7'/2"x8".............. $1 9"x 10" x 11".............. $3 11" x 12" x 12"............. $5 13" x 14" x 14"............. $5 14" x 1414" x 17".......... $7 17" x 19" x 11"............. $7 Spanish Style Lamps A Woolco Exclusive! O, Double Ceiling a Spread of 21" in Fixture with a Drop of 24" and Antique Look Copper shades. each 33 .88 E. Single Style lamp with a Drop of 30" and Spread of 6Va". Base and shade in Antique look copper. Each F. Spanish Style Single Lamp with a Drop of 30" and a Spread of 7V4". In Antique look copper shade. Each G. Stylish lamp with Amber colour optic glass shade. Drop 30" and Spread of 15". Antique look copper and wrought iron trim. Each Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. 15.99 22.88 37.88 H. Contemporary look Lamp with Steel and Antique Copper base. Amber colour optic glass shade. Drop 30" and a Spread of 13V2". Each J. and K. Choose from Wall Bracket Lamp or Spanish Look Lamp with a Drop of 30" and a Spread of 70". Your Choice I. Boudoir Lamp with amber colour optic chimney and Antique colour copper Shade and Base. Ht. 14". Spread 8". Each COLLEGE SHOPPING MALL 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive 38*88 19.88 20.88 DEPARTMENT STORE 77 IF YOU TAKE AWAY OUR LOW PRICES 4 YOU'VE GOT A REGULAR DEPARTMENT STORE I District News In Brief Hartley and Phillips Christ Church wardens CRANBROOK (Special) - On parish activity basis of working outward to the community, the annual meeting of Christ Church parish, Anglican, reported an excellent year. Rector of the parish is Rev. Gavin Rumsey and his warden for 1973 is Rowan Hartley. The parish selected T. A. (Bill) Phillips people's warden. Peter Strepnechuk, chief parish steward, reported his stewards had served, on a neighborhood basis, 149 parish families. These are now being coordinated with the existing parish list for better parish solidarity. He asked for more steward volunteers for neighborhoods. Treasurer John Wheatley reported sound financial operar tion for 1972 with receipts steadily and substantially up. by $5,000 since 1970 with almost as much again in 1973 pledged amounts. He declined renomin-ation. John Connolly succeeds him. Mrs. R. L. Fields is parish secretary. Church committee comprises George Karras, Mrs. D. R. Webb, William Gordon, Mrs. Melvin Quadfe, Bud Henderson, John Wheatley and Dr. Beatrice Aaron. Appointment is under way of chairmen for the various parish activities ranging through building care to play school now smoothly functioning with possible expansion into activities the parishioners choose. In an ecumenical gesture the parish invited as special guest at the parish supper and subsequent business session Rev. Len Buckley, principal of St. Mary's Roman Catholic public school, to attend and comment on proceedings. Taber music festival favored by some teachers TABER (HNS) - Opinions are divided as to the future of the Taber music festival which has been closed for the past few years because of withdrawal of support by the schools. An opinion poll conducted through the school system indicated revival and continuation of the festival is favored by high school teachers. Elementary school teachers are opposed. The poll was arranged by an ad hoc committee headed by school superintendent James L. George. At its initial meeting, the committee recomimended to the sponsoring Taber Kiwanis Club that $400 of the festival's $1,100 surplus built up over many years of successful operation, be reserved in trust for one year to finance a festival in 1974 if such is held. . The remaining $700, said the committee, should be used toward the purchase of uniforms for a summer marching band, or for some other purpose which will foster the development of music in the community. When returns from the questionnaire are complete, the ad hoc committee will meet again to determine the future course of the festival. Catholic women meet March 5 in Warner Memorial Library WARNER (HNS) - Hostesses for the February meeting of the Catholic Women's League were Mrs. Mary Heppler and Mrs. Catherine Drake. A summary of the Worth report meeting and the recent annual library .board meeting were given by Mrs. Ethel Herbst. Mi's. Sandra Pittman reported on films on abortion which were shown at Milk River recently. Annual meeting will be held in the Warner Memorial Library March 5. There will be a mass at 6:30 p.m. followed by a dinner and the annual meeting. Installation of officers will take place. Mrs. Jean Pittman and Mrs. Ethel Herbst are on the dinner committee; Miss Pauline Troidl is chairman of the nominating committee. Warner CWL will host a regional conference S a t u r day, Feb. 24, at 9 a.m. There will be a mass at 11:30 a.m. and a luncheon to follow. Mrs. Sharon Collin, regional chairman will preside. The Calgary diocesan meeting will be held at Banff April 13 to 15. Mrs. Drake read a brief on Brazil where the "triumph of religion over communism took place during an election." Wins plaque STIRLING (HNS) - William Mertz of Stirling has received a plaque from Willard Paxman on behalf of the Alberta Wheat Pool. He is an original signer of this organization. The Alberta Wheat Pool is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. Baby Scott Disposable Diapers Regulars. 30 per pkg. Newborns. 30 per pkg. Overnights. 12 per pkg. Panties. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. College Shopping Mall 5025 Mayor Magrath Drive ;