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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta __-. Wednesday, 10, 1970 THE LETHURIDGE HERALD 23 LONGEST, STIIONGEST lire tliigl) tone is not only the strongest tone in the human body but also the longest. PICKED AND SIZED Lemons are picked hy hand and sized by passing a metal ring ove> the fruit. 322 5th Street South Open Thursday and Friday Till 9 p.m. LADIES WEAR Ladies Summer Sizes: S-M-L 1.77 LADIES SHG Sizes: SHORT SLEEVE My HEMT BLOUSES Sizes: 32-38 ff COTTON SUMS Sizes: 8-18 I g ff ONE SIZE mag mem PANTY HOSE j J STRETCH Luther Conference Held At Granum GRANUM (HNS) The Granum Luther League hosted tile 9th annual Southern Aiber- a Conference convention last weekend. Beginning Friday night, 55 young people from all over southern Alberta began ar- riving to register and to attend a "Hootennany" in the elemen- .ary school. Later, Uiey return- ed to the Lutheran Church for tog dogs and pop. On Saturday morning guest speaker, Kev. W. Stai, of Cal- gary chose the theme jf the convention, as his topic. This was followed by a group discussion. During the business meeting, election of officers was held and the new executive is as fol- lows: president, Brigette Heller, Calgary; vice-president, Miles Johnson, Granum; secre- tary, B r e n d a Fjordbotten, Granum; treasurer, Sheila Clark, Standard. After lunch, the members were taken on a tour cf the Granum Hutterile Colony. Fol- lowing this, a detailed talk and display on drugs was given by Sgt. Bathgate of the Lethbridge city police department. The film, The Password is Faith, was shown to the dele- gates after supper. Later in the evening, the cli- max of the convention, com- puter dating, proved to be a real hit. Himey, the computer, and the German scientist read and matched all the dating cards. On Sunday morning, a folk service was presented in the Granum. Lutheran Church hy the Lethbridge Luther League. The new executive was instal- led at the service. Shoiver Held NATAL, B.C. (HNS) A well-attended miscellaneous shmver was held in St. Mi- chael's Hall in Natal recently in honor of Miss Lodie Lowe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ar- thur Lowe of Spanvood. The bride-to-be was escorted into the hall by Miss Joanne Gris of Natal and Miss Lynn Thomson of Spanvood, who later assisted in the opening of many gifts. Graduates LOGAN, Utah Ronald J. Wcclf of Hill Spring, Alberta, will receive one of more than 500 advanced degrees awarded by Utah State University at the 77th annual commencement June G. Mr. Woolf will receive a mas- ter of science degree in agri- cultural economics. His thesis was an economic analysis of selected livestock enterprises in relation to available feed supplies in Utah in 1963. He compared profitability of cattle fattening, lamb fattening and milk production. The graduate abo his bachelor of science degree from USU. While at USU he was given an alumni scholarship for two years, and he was awarded an assistant- Etep while working on his mas- ter's degree. Mr. Woolf is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Woolf, and is married to the former Judy Kay Wynder, MOVING TO VULCAN FORT MACLEOD (S p e cial) music teachers met at the home of Mrs. Mildred Harvard to honor Mrs. Gwen who is moving to Vul- can. A combined gift was pre- sented to Mrs. Julian. You'll like our friendly brand of service, too! PRICIS EFFECTIVE THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, JUNE 11, 12, 13 CHUCK STEAKS RED OR BLUE BRAND BEEF BONELESS LOIN PORK ROASTS ,b 99' Pork Chops Side Bacon For Barbecuing Hamburger Patties......._ 10 in. box Liver Cubs 3 .1.00 CROSS RIB i _ m If, Boneless lean Blade Roasts 59c Beef Stew sve NIBLETS CORN-6 4 f I11ULLIJ VVIUI... ,4.0, lini 1 Oj, 31.00 for PEARS- NEW PEAS ss-oi. tins 1.93 Green Gianl, Small Cola Bleach 64-01. conlainer for Puritan, Tomoto or 10-oz. tint" for 8 REVIVE Non-Phosphate Detergent 2-lb. 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Spk' or dark Brown, Siies: SUEDENt CLUB STYL1 REG. 7.99 .99 Dad. will IOYO Special Sue- dene Jacket. Fully rayon lined. Imported club itylo garment. Knil collar, cuffs and half-knil waistband. Fron! zip closure, J ilath pockoti end hidden utility pocket. Sliei: in dark Brown 9.99 Each ;