Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 24, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
Widimdcy, Ftbiuory 14. THE LETHMIDGE HEKAIO 31 Snow rigs draw 300 at Foremost FOREMOST (Special) Foremost Lions Club staged a snowmobile race meet recently. It was Hie first of its type ever to be staged in the Foremost area. Several hundred spectators turned out to see Northwest Snow mobile Association "C" class racing with about 60 ma- chines taking part. Proceeds from the meet will be used by the Lions club for its community service pro- grams. Trophies were presented by Maver- IcK Mardi Gras Queen Paula Zielke of Foremost. Winners were as fol- lows: Stock 140: Delton Jensen, Foremost. Stock 440: Ricky Seward, Foremost. Stock 450: Norm Krause, Skiff. Stock, Junior: Terry Grenberq. Foremost. i Modified 340 8 Main: Gary Nisn, I Cardsfon. I Modified -MO B Main; H. Matsuno, Raymond. Modified 300 A Main: Don Pelerson, Raymond. Modified 340 A Main: Dennis Fromm, Raymond. Powder, Puff A Main: Cal Meeki, Raymond. Modified Junior: Lloyd Fromm. Ray- mond. Modified -MO A Main: Peter Uisser, Raymond. Modified 650 A Main: Don Leavitt, Cardston. Modified BOO A Main: Don Leivitt, CardSton. MACLEODS SAVING YOU MORE: PRICES IN EFFECT THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, FEB. 25, 26, 27 LIMITED QUANTITIES WINS POWDER PUFF EVENT Cal Meeks of Raymond flashes a smile as she flash- es by spectators at the recent Foremost Lions Club snowmobile races. She won the B main event. Geoff Tagg Photo Nicholas skates at games I SPRINGFIELD. N.B. Nicholas is an honors stu- He plays hockey in the Sus- iGeorge S. Nicholas, Jr. 17. of; dent at Belleisle Regional High M[ H k Association Springfield, N.B.. formerly of I School. He is a member of trie Bow Island, is a member of j Saint John Amateur Speedskat- and is sharing top honors in the New Brunswick's seven mem-1 ing Association and has been (league as point scorer with her speed skating team now j participating in meets for the j Hayre of the Devils competing at the Canada Win-! last two years. I ter Games at Saskatoon. i Nicholas will compete in the f" His father is a Bow Island I intermediate 400, 900 and j Nubias has 21 goals and six I native son. I metre events. j assists. Saving is a snap with... SNACK- Like llie woman in ihe shoe, do you sometimes wonder what to do about al! those snacks? Like playtime snacks, lunch-box snacks, after-school snacks, homework snacks, TV snacks and betwfeen-snack snacks? The answer is simple, Snack-size B.C. Apples are specially selected just the right so the youngsters can eal a whole apple without wasting any. And you get more snack-size Apples per pound more wholesome snacks for your money so it's really a great double saving. Snack-size B.C. Apples. Good for the kiddies. Good for snacks. Good for your budget. at your tavountt' siore, in "B.C.' bags and baskets. SNACK-SIZE JffPLE! MORE B.C. APPLES PER POUND G.W.G. WORK PANTS Sizes 30-44 Reg. 6.98 SPECIAL BRAS Acrylic fibre filled SPECIAL BAGS bags per pkg. Reg. SSc-SPECIAL 38' Limit 3 per 16" COLOR TV Tinted screen for glare free reception. SPECIAL PLASTIC GARBAGE CANS 5 gal. Reg. 1.79. it SPECIAL 1 BOARD COVER AND PAD OOP Reg. 1.29 OO SPECIAL 12 VOLT BATTERIES If 44 SEAT CAMP STOOLS EXPERT GARDEN RAKES ALL WOOL WORK 18 CUBIC FOOT CORO DEEP FREEZE Complete with signal basket divider. 5 year warranty. SPECIAL PULL! Sizes 13" PLANT START Flowers and vegetable 3 1 00 boxes PAN1 Sizes S.M.L. 3 88' GARDEN HOSE O-88 plastic J SPECIAL NEV'R G.W.G. Texas Ranger Work "7.98 BOYS7 3 SPEED BIKE AO.88 High rise and banana seat. Reg. 65.95. SPECIAL DOUBLE SEAT BRIEFS 3 295 W pair VARCON ALL 5-20, 10-30. SPECIAL OIL NYLON SOCKS WESTON WAGON WHEELS 24.00 1 for SOCKS p SPECIAL mm pair 100 MOUTH WASH Reg. 1.37. SPECIAL ELECTRIC DRILL 1 fP8 export. Ill Reg. 13.95. SPECIAL BIKE TIRES SPECIAL BRITE TOOTHPASTE 770 Family size. Reg. 1.17. it SPECIAL 1 LEOD CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 327-4240 OPEN DAILY 9AM TO 6 P M.; WED. 9 A.M. TO 1 P.M.; THURS. AND FRI. 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M.