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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta bEiriBnivuE The District Memorial collected for Foremost youth The South In short Darnele shower conducted ETZIKOM A shower was held in the Etzikom Community Centre recently for Dean the former Linda daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Kanig of Foremost. She was assisted with her gifts by her sisters Wendy and Donna Kanig. Joyce Harty was in charge and Dorothy Harty recorded the gifts. Members of the Catholic Women's League were in charge of the lunch and shower. Dance set CARDSTON A reunion dance will be conducted July 13 in honor of Glen D. Broadhead and other musicians of the community. The event is sponsored by the Broadhead family. Persons older than 12 are eligible to attend. Track meet Park lake setting A trio of Canadian fishermen rowed their boat across Cameron Lake last weekend in Waterton Lakes National Park. Cranbrook Mountie initiates staff turnover RICK ERVIN photo FOREMOST A memorial fund has been es- tablished in Foremost for a 17- year-old youth killed last month in a bicycle automobile accident south of the town. The fund is for Richard a high school stu- dent and a popular boy in the according to Mrs. M. W. Moss of Moss Holdings in Foremost. The youth was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Thompson of Foremost. in the school and the community liked him.'1 The memorial fund idea began after a number of people gave money for flowers for the said Mrs. an agent for a Lethbridge flower shop. She said more than has been collected to date for the fund but it has not been decid- ed what will be done with the money. Mrs. Moss said there have been some such as an athletic award to be given to a student or something for the school itself. More Page 9 Old Cranbrook business closes B.C. The resignation of RCMR Staff Sergeant Robert Milmine to accept a position as security director for Aluminum Company of Canada has initiated changes in Mountie schedules. Non-Commissioned Com- manding Officer Sgt. John Hayes has been promoted to succeed Sgt. Milmine effec- tive July 2. Sgt. Nick formerly officer in charge of the rural succeeds him in the municipal detail. Corporal Robert Martin fills the office vacated by Sgt. Shaigec. training at served the force in the Atlantic the Arctic and then Kitimat and White Rock until coming here three years ago. He and his family have served in many community organizations and and were tendered a citizen party prior to their departure. B.C. A city business landmark since Cranbrook Trading Company Ltd. will close July 27 to make way for another chain store. It is the city's third oldest family business continuously operating. Cranbrook at first a general then a was started by the late J. F. who came from New Brunswick around 1900 to operate a sawmill on Perry Creek. His Atlee and Frank operated the then his H. R. Hinton and later his Arthur Hinton continued its operation until its sale to Gary MacDonald in 1971. Three chain super-markets and changing population shopping patterns prodded the and the store and of- fice building has been bought by a discount drug chainstore. Mr. MacDonald is joining to the staff of one of the local super-market outlets. Staff Sgt. Milmine joined the RCMP 28 years ago in Toronto and following his PEARS Austral 28 oz. tin BLAIRMORE The Southern Alberta Summer Games Regional Track meet for the Crowsnest Pass is to be held at the Horace Allen School grounds Friday. The events will begin at 9 a.m. and continue through the day. Entry forms and lists of events can be obtained at the _ Blairmore and Coleman recreation offices and the Bellevue Village office. A competitor is eligible for the age group which he or she was in as of Jan. 1974. tvoman is honored COFFEE RICH Rich. 32 oz. Roberts shower FOOD VALUES AJAX CLEANSER Glint. 22 oz.......... Uw Fresh from our DAIRY DEPT. SUNLIGHT Powdered Ditargunt MONARCH A shower was conducted to honor Margaret Ann Roberts at the Monarch School Auditorium. About 45 women attended the which was sponsored by the Monarch Beavers. Mrs. Euphamea Kozler was named Citizen of the Year at Sparwood. She was presented with the award by Mayor Hydomako following the Ccal Miners Day Parade recently. PANCAKE FLOUR 3 Ib. big CREST Toothpaste Reg. or 50 ml 1st ANNUAL OLDMAN RIVER CANOE RALLY SAT. JULY 13 and STARTING Pincher Creek Station Fort Macleod Bridge 50 Mile Trip Down River Run CANOEIST ENTRANCE PER PERSON Campsite Available on Peigan Indian Reserve. Entertainment at Peigan on Eagle Tail Society Dancers Joe Crow Peigan Indian Elder. TWO DAY TRIP STIPULATION All canoeists must have Life Preservers and One Extra and a 12 ft. Drag Line Calgary Canoa Club will ba SUPERVISING Iha Run FOR FURTHER INFORMATION 627-4224 Pincher SPONSORS Napi Friendship Association Parks and Pincher Creek Parks and Fort Macleod HP STEAK SAUCE 7Q0 I FRUIT PUNCH 16 oz.............. fU I Libby.48oz MARGARINE Pirkiy. 11b. soft...... PARMESAN Knft Cheese Grated. 8 oz. CHEEZ WHIZ Kraft. COFFEE Houu 1 Ib. pkg. 109 KETCHUP Heinz 11 OE. AMMONIA French Mild. 68 oz. fiRol ANGEL FOOD WW I Caka mix Duncan 00 Cake mix Duncan Nines CAT FOOD Dr.Ballard. 15oz. all varieties..... DOVE Liquid Detergent 24 or. bottle MACARONI CHEESE DINMERS Catalll.lloz..... FRIED RICE I COOKIES Delta. 12 oz. pkg...... tU I WffMS z. pkg. Spanish Mnihroom Dad's Oatneal. lib. pkg. FOODS HASH BROWNS Carnation.2Ib.pkg. Brook Park. lloz. pkg. COD FILLETS HI-UMT.160Z......... Purity 20 Ib. bag 29 FARMER STOCKMAN SUPPLY 319 -5th St. South Alberta STAMPEDE SPECIALS OFF Discontinued Styles Of Boots y QFF MAJOR BRAND BOOTS tlw whole Tony Texas Karman and Caravan Western Shirts All Brandt STRAW HATS Big Horn 0 OFF OFF SHOP 1ARLY FOR GOOD SaTLlCTION M EATS FRYING CHICKEN Utility grade whole or cut up Ib............... FRICASSE FOWL 4Qc CHUCK ROASTS 120 Ib.................................... I BONELESS BEEF 119 Stew Ib................................... I WIENERS Loose Ib................................. UU PRODUCE RELISH Hot Dog or Sweat Hainz 12 oz. jar Peaches roni Cherries CQC B.C. Canada No. U9 Red Grapes coo lb UU Green Grapes Tompson Ib. Melons each Oranges Currie Fine 1516-9thAve. S. Open daily -2044 ;