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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta I I II II alendar of local nappemnqd Minus One Club Mill hold an executive meeting on Monday al a p.m. in SoulliminKter Cliurcrh. Members arc to nltcnd. For information please plione 327-M4B. The Faculty Wives Associa- tion of UK lA'tlibridgc Commu- nity College will hold a bowling get togellier al Capri How] Monday at 8 p.m. Business meeting lo follow at 9 p.m. Milk River Belles 'n Beaus square dance club will sponsor a graduation party for the learners group IXiesday al S p.m. in flic Erie Ilivers School, All square da'.iccrs welcome. Women are askExl to bring a pie. 4 Tlx? Women's Auxiliary to IjCihnriclge Municipal Hospital Mill hold a dessert card parly (bridge and xvhist) Tuesday nt p.m. in the nurses resi- dence auditorium. Mrs. P. E. Alexander will be in charge of arrangements-. For table reser- vations, please phone 328-5978. Proceeds toward furnishing in psychiatric unit. Everyone wel- come. Regular monthly meeting of Laurel Chapter No. 43. OES, will be held at 8 p.m. Monday at the Masonic Hall. All visit- ing members welcome. The regular monthly meeting of the Lethbridge Branch Al- berta Home Economics As- sociation will be held Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the hoir.e of Mrs. Dancers appoint official EDMONTON .Tncquo- line Ogg, associate professor of dance and stage movement at the University of Alberta school of drama, has been appointed chairman of the 1972 American Dance Guild convention in New York June 11-14. Mrs. Ogg, chairman of the guild's committee on stage movement, said the convention will deal mainly with movemenl training and dance for actors. IL has the endorsement of (he American Theatre Association. The co-director of the Alberta Contemporary Dancers has been at the U. of A. for four years. She also has taught al tlie Paris-American Academy in Europe. Ann Welnlraub, 1310 29 St, S. 'rograin will housing and inancing a home, presented by Urs. Klizabcth DeArmunu. iveryouo welcome. Soutluninslcr UCW iSlma Bu- chanan unit will meet on Wednesday at p.m. in the home of Mrs. A. Duff, B33 12 II. S. FOE bingo tonight at 8 p.m. I in (he Eagles Hall, Jackpot is' in 59 numbers. Everyone welcome. The regular monthly meeting of the Symphony Women's League will be held on Tuesday at 8 p.m. in (lie home o[ Mrs. G. If. Meek, 1718 20 St. S. New member welcome. A smorgasbord will he held in SI. Patrick's church hall on Saturday, March !U, from 5 to to 1 p.m. Preschoolers free. Everyone we'come. The HiC and CGIT groups ol McKillop United Church will sponsor the folk-rock musical, Natural High, in the sanctuary of tlie church at 7 p.m. on Sim- day, March 12. The production has a cast of 30 young people, THOMAS ORGANS SMNm. tram UH PftUEGGER'S HO ft. I. Solurdoy, Mnrtti