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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta WHAT A stomachs impatiently wait as left to right Stan Tiffen, president of the exhibition board and Val Wheeler, president of the youth exhibition board, cut a huge cake to mark the 75lb anniversary of Whoop-Up Days. The birthday party was sponsored by the youth exhibition board in the Youth-a-rama building. _Xr ca.tendai f I local happeiiuiqi The Original Pensioners and Senior Ciliztns Society will liOid a pot luck picnic at Keho Lake, Wednesday. Entertainment will bs provided. transportation ard requested (q call 328-3659 or 3284280.' Buses will leave Civic Snorts Centre et 10 a.m. Cut off date for transportation, Monday. A few courageous designers Children's wear big money By MAHGARET NESS TORONTO (CP> Children's clothing is big business in Can- ada, with more than W firms, mostly producing bread-and-but- ter lines in accepted styles and safe colors. However, a few children's houses are courageous. De- THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes ''Hi, Tarz Jane signer Elen Henderson of T ronlo has put children in choc late brown and during the win ter seasons has added so man ermine tails to party that it has become almost trade mark. Many a mother wouldn't thin her child could go to sleep un less gowned in a Renders granny flannelette nighti Many a bride wouldn't feel he bridal party was complete wit out the small flower girl wear ing a floor-length, be-ribbonec Henderson dress- Mrs. Henderson even sells he children's clothes to top Ne York stores, a positive sign their styling and quality sine import duty means highc American prices. This summer Henderson chil dren are wearing eyerylhin from the popular denim to floa ing organza. The denims incluc the aduit popular farmeretl overall with floral stripes an Ihe organza dresses are trad tionally long. Gingham is popular, too, eve appearing in hot pants, as GREEN'S ANNUAL SUMMER CONTINUES Women' Shoes MUST BE CLEAREDI GROUP 1 Gold Cross, Pavel, Morini, Regular to 27.00 Pair. CLEARING AT------ GROUP 2 Wild Woolley's, Savage, QQ etc. Regular to 20.00 Xl33 Pair. CLEARING AT manni, 12 7 Men's Shoes ARE NOT FORGOTTENI ONE RACK Regular to 30.00. Hart, McFarlane, etc. NOW ONLY ONE RACK Regular to 20.00. NOW ONLY ____ 14 CHILDREN'S TEENERS' WHITE SHOES I SUMMER SHOES Regular la 12.00. NOW ONLY 5-99 MUST GO! Regular to Pair I CLEARING lour AT 4.99 CHILDREN'S SUMMER SANDALS Regular to 5.00 21" NOW ONLY ALL SUMMER PURSES A SELECTION OF PURSES WHITE AND AK BEIGE Off Regular to 12.00. NOW ONLY ALL SUMMER SANDALS Reg. to 10.00. NOW WOMEN'S CHILDREN'S GROUP 1 GROUP MEN'S SANDALS OUP 1 m QQ n Rog. lo t li.oo "f 1 NOW Regular to 14.00. PAIR........... 6 .99 GREEN'S SHOES on SIXTH STREET SOUTH pre-teen hots and tunic with white sleeves. Knickers aren't overlooked, either. One in red corduroy has matching bolero and print blouse. Petites Originals' of Toronto found in the spring the peasant look outsold all others and was carrying over into summer. Braid or embroidery is used for peasant effect. Some are also smocked. Canvas In avril-and- cotton is selling well for cas- uals. Lilac is their leading color, with yellow a close sec- ond. In Montreal, Gay Togs notes that unisex is firmly established in clothes for younger children. Pant outfits and identical colors now are in co-ordinated groups up to eight items, to be worn by both small boys and girls. A fsw years ago, Gay Togs broke away from the usual blues for boys and pastels for girls. They found children loved bright greens and reds and mothers were accepting the idea. The firm worked for two years on a stretch nylon-and-or- lon to get a good frosty denim look. Now it's in big demand, especially in navy. 900 visitors to centre during June During the month of June, the Golden Me Drop-In-Centre was busy over 900 visitors attending the centre. A number of these visitors were from the Senior Citizens Centre at Bow ness. A bus trip (to EUcwater Na tional Park is planned for Sat irday, July 24, and the centre vill entertain women from the Raymond Hospital at the Re- search Station July 31 at i.m. A pol-luck lunch wilt be served. -W.dntxtay, July 21, 1W THE LETHIRIDG! HHAID 21 'Volue'Village ROUND STEAK Full Cut PORK TENDERLOIN I'" 7 PORK SPARE RIBS Me 69c Cottage Rolls 99c COOKED HAM ...................................49< 6 oz. pkg. Oak Leaf Orange Sections Tomatoes Ketchup Spaghetti Jams GROCER PHONE 328-1751 for 19 oz. tin 0 for 12 01. jar 0 for Hflnz......................25 oz. Heinz Imported CHARCOAL BRIQUETS Kingiford 10 Ib. bag 99' 3 iJ.OO Puddings 3 tor85c 2 for 1 .00 Potato Chips 2 ta 1 .00 Pickles 48 99c Bathroom Tissue Colto 4 7St Pop colt ,o o, ,in. 10 f.r 1.00 Sponge Layer Cakes 45c Dressing Cookies Burns Dinners Ice Cream coi< Oreo or Family Favorites........................ 16-oz. Beef Stew, Wieners and Beam, Spaghetti and Meof Balls ]4-oi. tin Palm 'A gallons or deluxe quarts PRODUCE DON'T BE FOOLED Don't be fooled by lalk of low laymcnl or easy credit. s... needing one an- other. CORN ON THE COB Washington Wapata Watermelon Bananas Cantaloupe cut 2-lb. Golden Ripe California .....................................Jumbo 45's fiQc VV 25' 99' bW Whole...... W W BAKERY ORANGE and LEMON LOAF CAKE "ifW Blueberry Muffins doz. Sandwich Buns 42' aoi. LOCATED AT THE CORNER OF 13th STREET and old S. ;