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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 10, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 30 THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD Wednesday Jmunry 10 1973 Concert succeeds N'E'.V DAVi'ON KXS Ire Cortt-ra'y Ohrst- Or.j'jrt 'AJS a SIT-V-S. The K :i> decorated Mrs Pel Mrs. Leo Rtr- Mrs. Xaitpp aad Mrs. Floyri ArceYson M'jsical bers. r- c e rn s. fL-.tdinas ar.c'ixTS performed. Avrards v.-ere preserved :o Miss Soi- j 01 Mr. Mrs. Jack ar.d Brian Kd'jpD. sen o: Mr. arc Mrs Hov. ard SiLpr. eft scr.c-aswj stancir.r. tr. Grade S cf the I'.xai :r-cer'j. Has pneumonia CO'.VLZY HNS :or Chr-S-as Lorra !ia--j. P: t err. e ila 'feekes ard Geraldire Bouniier. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jim Perse- arc fanlily fro n: a. and accident their toil. Louis Bocrdier is L-. Vincent 5 Hospital, ir. nrch- er Creek, pr.eurrc.da. Mrs. Lecea Bougerclle broke rrnes of her lorearttt ar.d held for days Erla Sanderson is worthy matron Marshal Drain to be deepened CARMAN Li AY iHNSi Heather Chapter 51. Order oi che Eastern Star, Csrmangay. held its recent installation of rc'.v OEitcers for 1373 in the Masonic hail. Worihy matron U Erh Sin- r'erson: worthy psuon. Ed Ssiv derson: p-ssociare matron, Red Wing? top team Ethel esso-.'ituc paimn. Mel Come. i Conductress is IVrls Wiilpn; i associate condncrrcss. K u t h Shumaker: secret.r.-y. Viviast 1 De E o c r: ireitsit't-r. .Hir.c Cowie: organist. Balri- 'Ain: chaplain, K'.tnt: i marshal. Karc'.d Ann able; Adah. Jeanne Ruth. Mar.- Crow: Esther. Hilda Ivdrn-an. Martha. G'.sdys Mc- Ginnis: E'ecta. Jeanite er: Warder. Bessie Asplund: seniinel. Ted Rop-ney. Visitors were present from Grsntira. Pic- rure Btitie ar.d EROOKS Plans to deepen ihe Marshal Drain in nonh ar.d uest Brooks were realized at reccj'.t mceling of loun council. The w o r k. council decided. will be tendered as soon as pos- sible. Vndervcod McLellan Associ- 1 ates Lid. engaged in surveying area are Rearing comple- tion. The program Ls part of a pro- viridally sp-ctisored program called tis Provincial Employ- Program (PEPV It Ls e.x- pocied that proceedings will be- gin by Feb. i. and musi be com- plete bv May 15. Erceil Lincquist. secre-', said: "Cenatn aspects of ihe must be completed be- fore spring in any case, due to the swamp-like land in the area under scruiLiy." Work is done ihroujh the Water Resources division of the Department ci the Environ- nient. Tenders be called "as toon as possible." Sotrcds meet ijamiary 20 at Claroj I FORT MACLEOD Special The Macleod Social Credit Association will hold its annual ir.eeiing at Ci.iresholm -'.V Tlie dinner uill be helc in the Odrifello'.vs. Hall ai p.m. Ernie Pai'.erson of CiaTs- jlKlm is prcsidcr.l. Leigll- ton Buckwell soeak. girl first baby at Pincher PINCHER CREEK (Special! Henry ami Esihcr icre arc ihe proud parents ot ;he firs: baby born at St. Via- ct'iu's Hospi'.al. A Hide girl. pounds. 13 ounces, was tarn at a.m. She is their third child and first girl. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Bonertz ran a close second with a baby Eirl weighing seven pounds, fix ounces, born at a.m. She is ihe second girl and fourth child of ihe iamiiy. The first child born in the was the recipient of many dits donated by local merchants in connection, vriih the South West Chapter. .AJber- ta Association of Registered Nurses. ii ees Hsckler suffered cuo arc'jrd her syes: -_-.ese caled fcr Purchase firm T.ASZK Mr. arc Mrs nis T-jr_3 arc John Turin have ryrchasai Her.cer- soc's froz: Mrs. FCTSTC Herrkrsor: Mrs. Kerc'crsC'-. J.T.: day ia tie sare here Tr.e Turiss plan eAiesr.-.-c rerovatiocs arc a r'.ete for store. Tbey vHH pi-T a face or, the cf The bieri'jr be czrpetec. a ECU ceiimg is re be 'jstallal snd the sboT area re- DESIGN SIGNS Dc-: -e e'' -c zc e cce Rs r-r: 55 :c- --v'-d '-'-'ss ce r Mity Mites are mighty Christmas party Sreciil re ;eccrd lire -as the Dimm piaster cf cer-' emotes for the chicrer.'s Christmas parry held recently __. in the Grarrun ;-7 HaH. It is scccsored bv the C-rsa- urti Eiis and children chance to perform and also Y.LT erahles then to rlsit Sana by. Kevin L-jcrrdtouten. Z d c i e Rasseil. Jimmy Tammy ...Jl_" Schilling. Joanne Kaye. lyn Dimm. Jason Bryan. Darryl Krceuch. DeMaere. Mcsu Phi] Suilivsc Carpi Baker. he led 're t, Other ?iatt COALDALE -KN5'1 -The llrit same ci the ISTo flcor and ice hockev for the South County of Lt-thbridge Pee started an e-TCitini: carae betv.-een the Red Dyck oi the Red found an oper. corner b -'-c last tri-ute of to score the vi-inning foal" in- a hard iousht nin-e to eight victory. Iz the other sched-jied game ere of the teams did not show "oaldale rec-eaticn office PI- iir.als ass that any coacr- vho are unable to play the p.ease con-tact bctn the coach ind the princi- nal o" the schocl Trhere the to be played so peo- rl-f do r.ot have to travel un- _ especially tn these Team s'arciris are Red ire three Losses Canucks th.-ee lasses B.ack Hav.-k? six tv-r.t; thrw T.-ITS ;-d four Icsses'. ?.laple Leafs points three "tns and rs-o losses points two ird Loactnz S'Corers are Robe-i Jlnre-. or the Canucks, vrlth 33 3 o i n t s msce 22 eoais an: 11 Seebeck the Red Wings also has S3 pcints frotn toais ard 11 as- to his erect-. Peter Janzen of the CaiL'cfcs has -4 from 14 goals anc Fargo rf the Red Winss has accumtilated JO points -'J 11 arn 9 assists he made arx: Cal-.-j: MUler o: the Maple Leafs close behind r- poL-its he has frora the 13 r.oais and sii assets he tsllied. Keep fit A 5-1 .--1 PiNCHZH CREEK Roy BlllTlj. Keep fit classes berai re- stcrs j'-ated cr to 're rrcr ceatly a; the. Cacyon Schcci. L-- brand r.i-r red ard Classes are held Mondays black sv.-eaters re-s- and Tmirsdavs oriih tLen at 7 trertt. T: b-ecante P-tn- and at 3 p.n. tl'o '.-'jri bcv? Reglitraiion fees are had It-ame-i 'relr person payahle at the classes as thr'-" the lead Cartnangav Lions Club cr the Piacher Creek parks and and t.: ftve rtals :y ssuts a" set o: outd'X-r 1: recrsatioc department. -.he end of each year for the ''Getting fit and keeping It L- period carry- rlay cf Christmas decc-st cm be enjoyable ar.d s-J the Ir." or. f-trr. --here they left v.'inners this year -ere saire time beneficial to tlt-rv :lve more --u-.'> ar.d ar.d Mrs. F.ov 3-urrs tn recreatic-r. o-lfi- ftur t.-. tr.e jtatt- and Mr. an-i ciaJs. za. Firlar-d ir. tho r.irrtc-. First aid course set for Brooks BROOKS p'.rTe has in Brocks. 10 :-re- sliiKtns Jan. 19. :0 and :i vrlll be rrom 10 10 and YARDS FABRICS DRESS LENGTH ENDS ond Stretch Terry Woven Polyesters Plus Some Blends BROCADES VELVETS DENIMS OFF MOST FABRICS eicept LJngcrie ribbingi and new tpring fobna REMNANTS PRICE 30% OFF ONE TABLE SWEATER KNITS Acrylics Wools Angora cf Fabria 30% OFF We Give Official Sew-Knit-n-Stretch Classes MEN SWEAR BASICS t LINGERIE flcr! end cf Jonucry and ecrly Februcry SEWING BASKET COLLEGE MALL PHONE 328-8414 STARTS TOMORROW GASI FURNITURE DRAPERY ALL BRAND NAME 9 AJV1. SHARP MERCHANDISE Odd End Tables Price Ail Drapery Fabrics 20% Unpaired Lamps Vz Price Regular Lamps 25% BEDROOM SUITES Occasional Furniture DINING ROOM SUITES ROCKER RECLINERS Oil Paintings KITCHEN SUITES 1252 3rd Ave. S. Ph. 327-8079 ;