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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 3, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta _ THI IITH1RIDGI HERAID - W�dnwa*�yl March S, 1971 Roundup of District News Collect clothing GRANUM (HNS) - Recently Graman Cubs and Scouts collected clothing and toys for the Salvation Army. Cubs collected In the town area and the Scouts toured the countryside. Awards night HILLCREST (CNP Bureau) - Dai Jones, president of the Hillcrest Fish and Game Association, has announced plans are being completed for the 44th annual trophy and awards night to be held Friday, May 28. The event will again feature � supper and social evening for members and guests. Transfer motel CRANBROOK (Special) - Toward making way by mid-March for start of Kimbrook Holdings Ltd., prestige $1.5 million Town and Country Motor Inn, Teddy's Motel will transfer seven buildings from the 600 block of Cr an brook Street north to the 1200 block in the next two weeks. "Teddy's", started la the 1930's as a pioneer tourist camp on Joseph Prairie by the late Teddy Clausen, is now operated by Mr. and Mrs. Peter Frie-sen who came here from Estonia, Sask., last year. Visits Chapter GRANUM (HNS) - Ada Sharp, worthy grand matron of the Grand Chapter of Alberta, Order of the Eastern Star made her official visit to Perfection Chapter 31 recently. EUwood Irwin, worthy grand patron, was also present. Mrs. Sugimoto honored at Wrentham WRENTHAM (HNS) - Mrs. Tom (Laura) Sugimoto, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Slingsby of Wrentham, was honored at a miscellaneous bridal shower held recently in the Wrentham School auditorium. Mr. Sugimoto is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Kanao Sugimoto of Raymond. Mrs. Ann Heninger of Leth-bridge welcomed the guest of honor. She introduced her special guests, her mother and her sisters Penny Dodd, Leth- Chamber committees formed FRANK (CNP Bureau) - John Pool, president of the Crowsnest Pass Chamber of Commerce, has announced committees have been formed. Commercial and retail committee chairman will be John Chomyn; transport and highways, lies Owen; industrial committee, Clint Rasmussen; civic affairs, Ernie Luini; agriculture, Rudy Andrist; public affairs, William White; tourism, John Kerr; publicity Wray Kenney; membership, Bob Elliott; finance Henry Rowbotham and program chairman Sam Goodman. The newly-formed group will apply for incorporation. Plans for monthly meetings are being made and will be announced. PRESIDENT - Mavis Malmbcrg of Coaldale has been elected president of the Charolais Association at Coaldale. The youth group has asked for representation on the Canadian Charolais Association board as well as provincial boards. They emphasize economic beef production. SCHOOL OFFICIALLY OPENED - Dr. Lynn Gordon Hall, left, director of school administration, department of education, presents Horace Allen, principal of the Crowsnest Consolidated High School, with a colored photograph at ceremonies officially marking the opening of the new school. Serving the entire 'Pass area, the school has more than 500 students and 30 teachers. It cost $1 3/4 million to build. - Vern Decoux Photo Miss Barrington honored ENCHANT (HNS) - A shower was held in the Enchant hall recently for Miss Sandra Barrington of Lethbridge who will be married to Harvey Severt-son this month. Top effort by Stirling graduate STIRLING (HNS) - Mr. and Mrs. William Hogenson attended a musical recital performed by their daughter Coleen Hogenson Eads at Brigham Young University. This was part of her senior activities preparing for graduation. Coleen is a graduate of Stirling High School during which time she won trophies and scholarships at festivals.held in Lethbridge, Calgary and Card-ston for both her singing and piano art. During her recital Coleen sang in Italian, French, Spanish and English while the different numbers were accompanied by either violins, a viola, a harpsicord, or a piano. She was judged by a jury of three professors. She received t h ree curtain calls besides her encore. Mrs. Eads will receive her Bachelor of Arts degree this June and has achieved honors throughout her schooling. RECEIVES GIFT FORT MACLEOD (SpeciaD-To observe past honored royal ladies' night recently the Fort Macleod  Order of the Royal Purple presented Mrs. Janet Tilbe, honored royal lady, with a gift as a remembrance of her year as leader. The decorations were silver hearts with pink, blue and gold flowers. A program of readings, singing and instrumental selections preceded the opening of the gifts with Mrs. Edith Rom-bough as master of ceremonies. Helping Sandra with the gifts were Trudy Severtson and Sandra's mother. Lunch was served by the 14 hostesses. bridge; Philis LinitsW, Wrentham; her nieces, Nyna Dodd, Lethbridge; Teresa, Mona, Ellen, and Christine Linitski, Wrentham; her mother-in-law; her sisters-in-law, Carol, Anna, Pam, and Judy Sugimoto, Raymond, and her friend, Holly Wright, Lethbridge. A vocal solo by Ellen Linlt-ski, a piano solo by Teresa Liaitski and a monologue by Mrs. Helen Jones made up the program which preceded the opening of the gifts by the bride and her assistants, Teresa and Carol. Mrs. Penny Dodd, sister of the bride, recorded the gifts. The Welfare Circle of the Community Church were lunch hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Sugimoto's marriage in Lethbridge was followed with a family reception at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Dodd, Park Lake, The newlyweds will be making their home in Saskatoon where they are both attending the University of Saskatchewan. LEGION ADDITION - John Kennedy checks the distance while Skip Field backs the boomer truck into place to lower a 12-Inch steel beam for the $25,000 addition to the Fort Macleod Royal Canadian Legion building. Ted Swihart, lower right, guides the beam into place.. Gillette Construction of Lethbridge is the contractor for the outside shell. Local contractors will be used for electrical, plumbing and finishing work and furnishings. The grand opening is set for June. The addition is to provide more spacious seating for members and guests. - Swihart Photo Speaking course set by Napi PINCHER CREEK (Special) - A course in public speaking will be offered here in March under the joint auspices of the Napi Friendship Association and Preventive Social Services. Video tape recording facilities will be employed and students will have the opportunity to see as well as hear their own speaking. The course is open to the first 15 who apply and the cost is $8 for sessions on five Thursday evenings beginning March 4. Those interested may write Box 1513, Pincher Creek, er telephone 627-4022. SKATING RINK PROGRESSES - Picture Butte's Centennial Skating Rink continues to advance. Recently the $21,000 dressing room was completed. Gathered to note the progress are, from left, councillor Joe Juris, Mayor Alex Chronik, councillor Barton' Watson, chamber president Harry Watson, councillor Duane Oliver councillor Jack Finch, town secretary Earl Mcllroy, Lions president Ted Koyata, past chamber president Howard Branch, recreation director for Lethbridge County 26 north region Wendy Rasmussen and Lion Dick Papworth. -S. P. Johnson Photo Hot packs needed PICTURE BUTTE (HNS) -At the regular meeting of the Picture Butte Municipal Hospital it was noted that last month the occupancy rate was 83.4 per cent with 221 outpatients. In physiotherapy there were 32 patients and 517 treatments were given. For physiotherapy, it was felt that hot packs are needed for the diothermay machine. There will be a study made in regards to a monitor system in the operating room. Minister of Health Henderson will be contacted in regards to the establishing of auxiliary beds downstairs at the hospital. There is plenty of space and the plumbing and heating will not cost too much to complete, officials said. Improving STIRLING (HNS) - Johnny McKee, 12, is making a good recovery following an operation for a ruptured appendix. Hortense Hirsche is doing well following an operation on the cartilage in her knee. A.A.H.A. PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONSHIP JUVENILE CHAMPIONSHIP SEMI FINAL GAME LETHBRIDGE CIVIC CENTRE Wed., March 3rd - 8:30 p.m. LETHBRIDGE WARRIORS VS. MEDICINE HAT WHEELERS ADMISSION PRICES Adults 75c - Students 50c - Children 25c SUPPORT MINOR HOCKEY SPRING BARGAINS CRIMP KNIT PANTS OUR REGULAR PRICE 8.97 Pr. WED.THURS.FRI.SAT. Washable! Styled In the neat Herring Bone pattern with elasticized waist and stove pipe legs. Navy, Brown, Red, Coral or Lilac. Misses' 10-20. MISSIS' BOUCLI SHELLS KRESGE SPECIAL PRICE 2.54 THURS. FRI. SAT. Made In Canada Sleeveless texturized toppers with mock turtle or square necks! White, Lilac, Pink, Salmon, Turquoise, Yellow, Black, 3440. 6-PIECE BOUDOIR SETS Pretty up her bedroom - Matching set in White, Avocado, Shocking Pink or Gold shades. KRESGE'S SPECIAL JR. BOYS PANTS KRESGE SPECIAL PRICE ! 1.00* CHENILLE BATH MAT SET 2.67 WED. THURS. FRI. SAT. 3 Ply Cotton Loop! Mat 24* x 36' with matching-lid cover. Rose, Pink, Yellow, Aqua, Blue, Green. OUR REGULAR PRICE 3.27 ii WED. THURS. FRI. SAT. i! Permanent Press! PoTy i\ Cottons in Blue, Green, 5 Brown or Gold colors, ii Sizes: 4-6X. CHILDREN'S TRAINING PANTIES Soft ond comforable terry with covered elastic waist and ribbed cuffs) Colourful prints on white. Sizes: 2-4-6. KRESGE'S SPECIAL PRICE Thursday, Friday and M Saturday .............. " prs. 1.00 PAKAGED DISH CLOTHS Six 15" x 15" size to a package! Waffle weaves in check design. Avocado, Red, Gold Turquoise. OUR REGULAR PRICE 97c PKG. Thurs., Fri., Sat. PKG...... 77c MISSES' BLOUSES KRESGE PRICE EACH Polyester and Cotton in ever popular shirt styles that feature long sleeves and one button cuffs. White and plain shades. Sizes: 10-20. COLORING BOOK PACKAGE OUR REGULAR.PRICE 1.57 Pkg. WED. THURS. FRI. SAT. 5-8'xl0!/2� coloring books complete with 2 packages of non-toxic crayons. PLASTIC POODLE DOG BANK A novelty bank for the kids. REGULAR 97c SPECIAL 67c BOYS' PYJAMAS Comfy printed cotton flanelette pyjamas available in a variety of patterns and colors. > Sizes: 8-16. 11 Kresge's Reg. 2.59 ' SPECIAL 1.67 QUANTITIES LIMITED! OPEN TILL 9 P.M. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHT! SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY CHEERFULLY REFUNDED ;