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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE lErillJRIDGt HERALD Saturday, June 4, 1970 Wouicu's (iroup Plans Merliug 0 K A N BROOK (Special) .Mrs. Lois llaggcn. provincial president of the Business and Professional Women's Club In- lernational will install officers and charter for a brook BPW Club in Soptc: bor. Heads Oil Wives TABER (HNS) Elected Heading committees for the i Betty Mrs. Dorothy' Andrews phone (.'oinmil.- coming year arc (he recent annual Taber Oil Wives were t Davidson historian and piibli-1 meeting of j city: reservations Mrs. Edna! Mrs.! Fo'ulkcs; Mrs. Ruth Ritchie.' 1UUU1 MI vua L. iiiiu. i new Cran- Thordis Hedi, president: Mrs. j membership. Mrs. b h e r r 5 Evelyn Frey vice-president; Firth, program; Mrs .can BPW objective is to direct Un train women in leadership and responsibility in business industry and professions, mi- prove economic, employment and social conditions for wom- en and encourage their active participation at every govern- mental level. Initial officers are president, Mrs. Ernest White, vice-presi- dent Mrs. Ivy Gandolfo, secre- taries Mrs. "Ron Bailey and Miss Dallas Bailey, treasurer Mrs. Kay Zalta, and standing committee chairman Mrs. John Shibley, Mrs. Bed Bunlop and Mrs. Larry Belts. The c 1 u b will have' a dinner meeting monthl1 I Evelyn Frey vice-pi (Mrs. Louise Christensen Keep Town Green COALDALE (HNS> Offi- cials of the Town of MR. H. W. MATHESON Will be in EATON'S HEARING AID CENTRE Stereo Room 2nd Floor THURSDAY, JUNE II o.m. lo p.m. Invites you to an honest ap- praisal of your hearing ef- ficiency. Ask about the "UNITRON PETITE" That received the 'Award1 of Excellence' by the Federal De- partment of Industry and the National Design Council. Maks Your Appointment By Phoning 327-855] caton'i qualified oudiometriat in the spring and summer months. Effective with the April and May water billing, residents are allowed to use gal- lons of water for the minimum rale cf At other times of the year only gallons are allowed for every two-month billing pe- riod CWL Banquet COALDALE i HNS I The Catholic Women's League cf SI. Ambrose Church recently end- ed the season with a banquet in Lethbridge. Twentv-seven women attend Honorable Mention COALDALE Gserzen, Grade 6 pupil at John Davidson School here recently received a certificate [or hon- orable mention in the junior di- vision, 1970 pester contest, sponsored by the Prairie Prov- inces Forestry Association. DID YOU KNOW THAT TOYOTA PRODUCES OVER II CAR MODELS RANGING IN PRICE FROM TO AVAILABLE AS LOW AS 2.20 DOWN and 2.20 A DAY? Ths line-up's lavish they're all performers and they're priced right. From the compact Corolla to tne elegant Crown, Toyota has engineered in the features that moke their cars unmatched with their peers in power, roodability, style and luxury. And only Toyota's production genius can achieve such quality at such thrifty prices. Test drive them today there's a model perfect for your driving needs. COROLLA lively compact sedan, station wagon or Sprinter fastback. CORONA powerful 4-door family sedon. "Best value car" in Canada. MARK II Import Car of the veor for '70. Sedan, Hard- top, Wagon. CROWN Toyota's finest elegance lor o lifetime. Sedan or Wagon. HI LUX PICKUP the dependable imall jobber. USED CARS 1970 TOYOTA CORONA SEDAN. Demon: new car warranty. Reg S2498. NOW............. 1969 TOYOTA COROLLA. door, 4 speed trans., radio 1968 VOLKSWAGEN 1500 Deluxe I960 VAUXHALL SEDAN. SPECIALS 1968 MODEL 1.T ROADWAY TENT TRAILER TRAILER A7J SPECIAL __ SPECIAL TOYOTA TRAVEL CENTRE Located at General Farm Supplies Phone GHADUANDS HONORED The graduating class of Ihe Horace Allen High School in Coleniau marked the occa- sion al a prom held in the Elks Hall ami Horace Allen School jrymnasiiun. The ban- quet supper was held in the Elks Hall. Speakers included Dr. Ann Kerr of Calgary: principal Horace Allen and v a le d ic t o r i a n Maureen Payne. A short concert pre- ceded Ihe grand march Graduands are Carol Lant, Connie Lant, Leslie McDon- ald, Sandra Haslctt, Kathy Banita, Christine Maciejcw- ski and Johanna Baier. Sec- nm? row, Randy Langille Margaret 5 e k e 11 a, Susan Proc. Barbara Ccrabrowski, Maureen Payne (valedicto- Jtnly Kubica, Marilyn Plante, Debbie Jlalanchnk and Leslie Panck. Back row. John Cocciolone, Michael Ondms, A'ito Dipinto. David Dorusak, Alan Spicvak, Ray- mond Misura, Tony Rosncr and Hoy Ash. ------Vern Decoux Photo. Dual Post For Brown C R AN BROOK (Special) Kiiotenay Central Farm- ers Institutes, at Its annual meeting at Jaffray. named Jack Brown of Ta Ta Creek president and also provincial advisory board member, with C. Pippen. Mayoolc alternate. Secretary continues to be Mrs. Don Umvin of Cranbrook. Other officers are Ray Van S'.cinburg of Wycliffe vice- pie ident. Bill Bradford Ta Ta Creek, and Vern Casselman, Fort -Sieele. directors. Provincial Farm ers Insti- tutes' superintendent L W. Johnson made his 25th and fi- nal appearance in this capacity accomoanied by his successor, J. E. Zacharias1 along with oth- er East Koqtenay and Nelson Forest district dignitaries. INSURANCE IS JUST NOT PART OF OUR BUSINESS -IT IS OUR ONLY BUSINESS Phone 327-3009 CONN VAN HORNE JACK WARBURTON 507A 7th STREET SOUTH. 33 Receive Coiimiimloii TURIN (HNS) Miss Ter- esa Juliar, Chris Hormoth and Eric Vogel recently received their First Holy Communion all St. Catherine's Roman Catholic Church at Picture Butte. They were among 33 children receiving first communion. The children were presented with first communion certifi- cates and gifts donated by members of the Catholic Wom- en's League. EYEWEAR FROM THE FASHION CENTRES 'OF THE WORLD FAST EFFICIENT SERVICE Specializing in the fitting of Eye Doctor's prescriptions Prescription Sunglasses Children's Frames Magnifiers Repair? Reasonable prices OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO. Phone 337-3609 ALPINE DMLL DECORATING LTD. Clarence K. WagenM j (3 L-r V I 3 tu Hugh Nordquist "M 1 1 i I nf C? t rthbt d f TI 01 o n n rt I o bi firm M n r r rr s In' iorni t on or Alp n-- Drv 3il .11 d Platen g n lo D) Ltd d i ill as president of trie new iirm. Alpine Drywall n.isalso acquired an interest in Hoofing Ltd. of Winnipeg. President and manager of Advance Roofing, rind manager of Alpine Dryvvall and Plajtennn (Manitoba) Lid. is Mr, vvbo lias had an rxfnv.v" in the Manitoba construction industry in lathing, and roof mrj. since coining to Onsd.i ir'om Holland in 1543. rjunnttry surveyor fnr twn Uimlohi i-. Mr. Hugh Norduiiisf. wrra h.n ALPINE DRW.'AU LIB. 25? 0131 W-i Flint RiMdS.e..Olgiry, AIU. ALPINE DRW'.'AU tOBAJ LTD. 'fflrphone 667 0735 31 Winnipeg 5, Kan. ADVANCE ROOFING LTD. Telephone GG7-0783 31 Keenleysido St., IVmnipog 5, Man. MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY MORNING ONLY LADIES' PULLOVERS 3 styles to choose from. Short and Ions sl Acrylic and 100% Orion, 100 100% Durene fabrics. Sizes S.M.I. Reg. Woolco Price to 8.78 SPECIAL LADIES' KNITTED CO-ORDINATES Orion boucle. Mix 'n match skirls and pullovers. 10 to 18. 34 to 40. Incom- plete sizes. Reg. Woolco Price 7.83 to 12.95 EACH TEENS' SKIRTS Linen and bonded fabrics. 5 styles lo choose from with self waistband, back and side zippers. Navy, Grey, Green, Lilac, Brown. Sizes 10 to 14x. Reg. Wooko Price 3.57 to 5.76 LADIES' LOUNGE CULOTTES 100% Cotton in 2 styles. Crinkle and plain fabrics. Sizes S.M.L. Reg. Woolco Price 7.87 SPECIAL LADIES' COTTON PEIGNOIR SETS Ho iron 100% CoMon. Lace trim on gown and coat pink. Blue, Mini and Mauve. Sizes S.M.L, Reg. Wooko Price 7.77 SPECIAL GIRLS7 PULLOVERS 100% Acrylic. While, Green, Navy and Red. Sizes 7 to 14 Reg. Woolco Price 2.86 LITTLE GIRLS' PANT SUITS Stretch Nylon and bonded fabrics. Navy, Brown, Blue and Green. In- complete sizes 4 to 6x. Reg. Woolco Price 8.76 to 11.95 SPECIAL LITTLE GIRLS' 2-PIECE SOSTS Bonded fabric. Long, short and sleeveless styles. Incomplete sizes 4 to ox. Reg. Woolco Price 8.74 to 11.95 SPECIAL MONDAY 9 a.m. SPECIAL (ONE HOUR ONLY) ladies' Shift Dresses Assorted summer prin 10 to 18 ond S.M.I. Reg. Wooko Prkc 1.97. Each 1.57 or ond stripes. 4 S5 LADIES' All over printed poplin. A-line slyle wilh yoke front, back zipper. 4 styles in assorted colors. Reg. Woolco Price 3.83 LAD5ES' VINYL All weather material resistant staining and fodina. While, Bl or Green. Sizes 10 to 16. Reg. Woolco Price 12.76 SPECIAL LADIES' ALL WEATHER COATS Numerous styles la choose from. Incomplete styles and sizes from 8 to 16. Reg. Wooko Price 15.68 to 22.87 SPECIAL LADIES' TAILORED SHIRTS AND ELOOSES tong, short and roll-up sleeves. Prints and solids in Blue, Yellow, While, Green and Pink. Incomplete Sizes 10 to 20. Reg. Woolco Pries 3.43 to 6.76 LADIES' DRESSES Assorted styles in knits, bonded and linen fabrics. Incomplete sizes 8 to 16. Reg. Woolco Price 8.88 to 19.88 SPECIAL LADIES7 BATHING Incomplete styles In one and two piece styles. Brown, Cherry, Blue, Lime and Navy. Reg. Wooko Price 6.63 to 14.63 SPECIAL GIRLS' COAT CLEARANCE Choose from all weather and dressy styles. Incomplete sizes 8 lo 14. Reg. Woolco Price 14.76 to 19.87 SPECIAL LITTLE GIRLS' COATS 6 styles to choose from. In- complete sizes 4 to ox. Reg. Woolco Price 15.76 to 18.76 SPECIAL TUESDAY 9 a.m. SPECIAL (ONE HOUR ONLY) Ladies' and Shorts 5 styles to choose from in terry cloth. Cotton ond nylon stretch fabrics, S.M.L. Reg, Woolco Price __ 1.57 to 1.94. "T for Open Daily 9 a.m. lo 6 p.m.; Wednesday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.; Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. w College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive ;