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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE LETHBRISGE HERALD TuBlday, July 25, 1971 High Notes by JANE PATERSON Anne Campbell Singers JULY U Crcoso It's the only word in the Welsh language roost of us learned during the lime spent travel- ling throughout Wales. It means welcome, and we found that the Welsh meant it when they said it. After our week at the Eisteddfod, we moved on to Car- diff, the capital of Wales. Members of the notary Club and the League of Friends from the new University Hospital acled jointly as our hosts. We gave a concert the first night we arrived, in the lec- ture theatre of the hospital, which reminded us of our own Yates Centre. The girls spent the next day with their individual host families, and used the opportunity to go sight-seeing; taking in such places as the old cathedral and the capitol buildings. We left Cardiff the next morning to travel to the pic- turesque Bhondila Valley. w For some of the girls, arriving in Rhondda meant a re- union with the Pendyrus Male Choir, who were Lethbridge visitors shortly after our 1066 tour. We were treated to a reception our first night there, and during the evening, both choirs performed a few numbers. The next evening, we performed on our own, and much to cur delight, were well received by the Hliondda popvdation. JULY 17 The ancient .Roman city of Bath was next stop on our tour, with the choir meeting at the Bath Abbey to go on a conducted tour. Famous landmarks were pointed out to us, and it seemed a legend accompanied every one of them; a yarn-spinning trait which showed up in almost every village we visited. The girls visited the actual sit; of. the Romao Baths, thought to have been erected in the 5th century. Although greatly restored, there is still evidence of their age. We later attended a practice of the Silver Hing Choir of Bath, the Eisteddfod-winning choir acting as our sponsor. The concert given next evening was held in the Bath As- sembly Rooms, and was shared by the two choirs. We left Bath for Bracfcnell, a one-night stop and our final night in the British Isles, before leaving for Harwich and boarding e ferry for Bremerhaven, Germany. We bade a sad farewell to Peter, our British bus driver, who had been with us since the start of the tour. 8 f JULY 20 Following an early morning docking at Brem- erhaven, a four-hour bus ride brought us to our destination; Ploen. Our accommodation there was unlike any other we had ex- perienced on our trip. We stayed in the dormitories of a castle-converted-to-hostel, overlooking Lake Ploen. The change caused an improvement in the disposition of the choir in general, as most if us found that residing in others' homes put a strain on us. Our visit to Ploen included a concert which we presented In the castle. Several hundred people attended, and seemed to enjoy our numbers despite the language barrier. At the conclusion of the evening, a delegation of towns- people presented each girl, and Mrs. Campbell, with a bouquet of flowers. Needless to say, we were very touched by this gesture. With less than a week left of the tour, we looked forward to seeing more of Germany and also Holland. The members of the tour have asked me to send home thanks to those people who sent us congratulatory telegrams and good wishes: The Parents' Association of the Anne Campbell Singers, Leister's, the H. D. Hall family of Ottawa (former residents of Lethbridge who had two girls in the choir) all our families ani friends. With supporters behind us, we're even more determined to do our best and indeed, "do you proud." EDITOR'S NOTE: The Anne Campbell Singers will return home tomorrow, at p.m., at the Civic Sports Centre. INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES ITO. ESTABIISHED 1911 lower Floor 517 4lh Ave. S. Phone 327-1541 ALBERT'S COMING HOME ll's been a long trip for Alberl and his three com- panions, Rae Johnston, left, Jean Johansen and Deb Gray. The fuzzy mascot and the Anne Campbell Singers have been on tour since June 26, and will return la Lelh- bridgc tomorrow. The choir's European lour included visits lo Wales, England, Ger- many and Holland. A Calendar Of Local happenings The general meeting of the Original Pensioners and Senior Citizens Society will be held at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the civic centre. Entertainment will be provided and lunch served. Dis- cussion on changing the even- ing meetings to afternoons will follow; and all people interested in more housing for senior citi- zens arc invited to hear Mr. LeBaron's talk on the proposed new homes. Members are also reminded that the bus for Happy Valley will leave the civic centre at 8 a.m. Thurs- day. Women? s editor dies in hospital OTTAWA (CP) Molly De- Prose, 72, OILnwa Citizen women's editor Tor 11 years, died Sunday after several weeks in hospital. Although she retired from the editor's jol) in 1364, she contin- ued to write a once-a-weck col- umn, You and I, until she en- tered hospital. A native of London, Mrs. DeProse came to Canada as a youngster in 1915. Her family settled in Saskatchewan. She look a journalism course in Vancouver and first worked for the Edmonton Bulletin, now defunct, then The Journal in that same city- After marriage to her hus- band Jack, the couple settled in Wetaskiwin, Alta., where Mrs. DeProse worked for the weekly Times. They moved to Ottawa in 1944 and Mrs. DeProse join- ed the Citizen three years later. On her retirement, she re- called with relish her days as one of the few women reporters in Canada. If she had her life to live over, she said then, she would do "exactly the same thing." Besides her husband, Mrs. DeProse is survived by a son, a daughter and seven grand- children. THE BETTER HALF By Barnes "At times like this, I wish I'd left it at worshiping you from afar. Mrs. Inge Brier and her children Karl, Lcni and Dirk, were recent visitors at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ciesla Sr. She also visited with her sister, Ruby Hirch of Bow Island and her brother, Paul Ciesla of Foremost. Mrs. Brier was later joined by her husband Charles, before and out of i [own returning to their home in Rcnfon, Washington. Fake Fur More fake fur for the ecolo- gy-conscious woman who loves the look of real fur. It's a brand new woven fabric, one which looks just like seal and one that looks like genuine sable. HELP US TO HELP OTHERS! The Salvation Army Welfare Services Needs Clalhing, Furniture, Toys, Household Effects CALL 323-2860 FOR PICKUP SERVICE OR LEAVE AT 412 III AVE. 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