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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta J4 THE IFTHBRIDGE HERALD Ti'eidoy, Mtmh 7, Colin Haitisbury, n a t io n n 11 field administrator for ll'.o j nadinn United Nations Interna- tional Children's Kmertzency Fund committee, held a semi- j rar in tho ciiy on Monday. Mr. Rain s ti u r y presented educational mati-rials in Hie form of films, slides, and dis-1 play pamphlets, lie also siwke on'tlie international work of the UN'ICICK B'onp. His visit included trips In city schools to present material of interest to social studies cs and of interest to stu-' dents and teachers. The w o r k of the UN'ICEF organization boon successful dni'ins 'he seminar year, particularly with the ilnllowccn fund campaign. Ho said the totnl monies col- lected exceeded the previous amount by 30 JK-T cent, rmrt I'NICEF calendar and card sales have aiso been well rc- coivwl. Any persons interested Hi! offering their time to (lit? work j of the t o e a I of i rxiCEF arc asked to contact j Mrs. Shirley Anderson, 32K- i IODE reports good year M.. V L'N'ICO1' is an international organization which is at work in 112 developing countries and. thraigli leaching self-help a report oti the work of !o the people. Sir Alexander Gait Chapter, IODIC, recently held an annual meeting, and Mrs. J. II. T. Mc- Lean, services secretary, pre- vice, education nnd citizenship. Chapter members completed 354 knitted and sown articles ic h s h i pped where needed in Canada and through tlio chapter iti the fields of ser- 1 Save tho Children organization ENVELOPES OF HOPE Lending a helping hand in the annual faster Seal envelope stuffing bee, is Kelly SmUhson, foreground, The Kiwanis Club of Green Acres sponsored the event which brought out many helpers, all in a good cause. Finlay Photo Io Pakistan and Korea. Twenty dolls were dressed for Christmas hampers, ,'1QQ pounds of clothing were do- nated to local distribution cen- and a retarded child sent to summer camp. Five markers wore placed on veterans' graves at a cost of Tlie chapter awarded a icholai'ship to an outstand- ing competitor in t c speech art dassos, won by Miss Slieri McFarlden. A scholarship of SSG for Math 30 was awarded to Brian Rittenhouse and a dona- tion of was made toward (lie purchase of l.ethbridge Col- legiate Institute band uniforms. Money raising projects dur- ing the year included a Kop- por Karnival, rummage sales and sale of handicrafts. The following slate of offi- cers was elected for the com- nig year: Mrs. Fairfield Home, honor- ary regent, Mrs. B. T. Coon, honorary vice-regent, and Mrs. N Mimctall. regent. Mrs. E. G. Hunter, first vice- rcfent, Mrs. G. S. Brown, sec- ond vice-regent, Mrs. A. Nelson, secretary and Mrs. C, Darcell, treasurer. Mrs. E- C. Miller, services, Mr-, A. L. H. Soincrville, edu- cation, Mrs. 0. Williams, cit- ncnship and Mrs. Carl Taylor, radices. M rs. Bruce Bar row, public- Mrs. G. A. Marshall, hos- pitality, Mrs. A. L. H. Somer- ville, standard bearer and Mrs. J. L. T. McLean, world affairs. Councillors are, Mrs. D. Hay, Mrs. G. A. Marshall and Carnill. BEAUTY AND ABILITY COMBINED Maura is just one of many talented young people who will perform in the annual Lethbricfge Figure Skating Club's ice show March 17-18. She has been with ihe club for a number of years and started as a pre-schooler, competed in club competilions and soulh Alberla Sectional champ- ionships, The show is called "Land of Oz." Potters to host workshop An inEeiTsl in ceramics and art islic tccli n iq lies o E poUe LV making yre the only prerequi- sites lor a three day workshop [presented by the Oldman River Potters' Guild. j Tho u'orkshop will he held in j Hia potters' room of the How- man Art Centre. i It wit] he conducted by Mrs. 1 Hall (hnndbuilding) and Mr. Pierre Guy Bolh instructors 'ire with the Department of Cul- ture, Youth ami Recreation. Pur pose of t li e ksbo is i Io assist potters in Lethbridge and area with cUfficnlties eNpe- more about Ihe various tecli- riencccl from a technical and jn ceramics. All potters in southern Alberta arc invited artistic standpoint. Potters, other than members I of the Oldman River Potters' j i Guild, will be charged n rcg-! "Lmctr-hlc islration fee of S3.50. Interest-! March 20, 7-10 p.m.; March 21, i ad. persons are asked to make 11-5 p.m. and 7-10 p.m.; March i use of this opportunity to learn L 22, 1-5 p.m. 7-10 p.m. as follows: HELP US TO HELP OTHERSI The Salvation Army Welfare Services Meeds Clothing, Furniture, Toys, Household Effects CALL 328-2860 FOR F1CKUP SESVICE OR LEAVE Ar 412 Ul AVE. S. f J I I lendai' of- local I'iappenma6 Christian Science t e s ttmony meeting v.ill be held Wednes- day at p.m. in the church andItorium, 1203 -ith Ave. S. The regular monthly of the Lethbridge Philatelic vSf> ciety will tie held Wednesday at 7 p.m. in the gas company auditorium. 9 The Women's Auxiliary to Lethbridge Municipal Hospital. vrill hold a dessert card party (bridge and whist) Tuesday, March 21, at p.m. j phone 328-5378 for reservations, j The regular meeting of the Women of the Moose will be j held Tuesday at 8 p.m. Hos- tesses will be Alice Blaseo and Alice Wilson. This Is enroll- ment night. The regular monthly meet- ing of the Wilson White Com- munity Club held at the home of Mrs. ,7. IJ. Henderson Thursday at p.m. Assumption CWL will meet in the Parish Hall Wednesday at 8 p.m. There will be a Come end Go tea and bake sale Wednes- day from p.m. in the General Stewart School, Cor- vette Crescent. Si 1 ver coltec- tion win he taken. The Oldman Ttiver Potters' Gin Id wi U hold a works! iop Thursday at p.m. to lie i conducted by Lorraine Dube, in i the Hownian Art Centre. The regnlar meeting of Do-1 minion Rebekah Ixxlge will be held Thursday at 8 p.m. in the Orldfellows Hall. A bingo party sponsored by Alpha Theta Rho Girls' Club will be held follow- ing the meeting at 9 p.m. The monthly meeting of the Sir Alexander Gait Chapter, IODE, will be held at the home of Mrs. Bruce Barrows, Thurs- day at 2 p.m. Galbraith Elementary School will hold Education Day on Wednesday, with room visita- tions. Galbraith Home and School As soci ation w ill h a ve the anmml bake sale, 13th Lethbridge Brownie Pack will have a handicraft table, and the Cub Pack will serve tea and coffee at this time. Every- one welcome. The monthly meeting of the Registered Music Teachers As- sociation will be held Thursday at p.m. at the home of Mrs. Anne Rogers. Fort MaclcocI square dancers will dance at Blunt's Nursing Home on Wednesday at p.m. and also at. Pioneer Lodge. All square dancers welcome. PUBLIC B'-NGO 16 GAMES 1 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM EVERY THURS.-8 p.m. FARM VACATIONS PORTAGE LA PRAIRIE, Man. (CP) Delegates attend- ing a .seminar of the Manitoba Women's Institute have deckled Eo promote farm vacations a ciiy dweller '.vantecl to .spend some time on a farm could do so by paying a fee for room and hoard. LETHBRIDGE FISH 9 a I WEDNESDAY GAME ASSOC. fcj I iMklU AT 8PM IN THE EAGLES HALL 13th St. N. JACKPOT 55 NUMBERS-FREE CARDS 3 JACKPOTS {4th, 8lh and IN 7 NUMBERS MO CHILDREN UNDER 16 LEGION BINGO EVERY WEDNESDAY AT 8 p.m. JACKPOT BLACKOUT IN 54 NUMBERS OR LESS [Increcuing one numbor per week umi] won) Tst CAME JACKPOT 5th GAME (X) 10th GAME JACKPOT IN 49 NUMBERS MEMORIAL HAIL PUBUC MEMBERS AND GUESTS NORMANDY LOUNGE Children under 16 not allowed Sponsored by Ladrei Auxiliary to Canadian Legion -nj v, V.r 45" PRINTED POLYESTER BATISTE Youf blouses, shirtwaists, even your parly dresses wilt look perfect in this 100% machine washable, lightweight Polyester Ihsl requires no ironing. Choose from assorted novelty 60" ACRYLIC DOUBLEKNITS Beautiful co-ordinaling plains and stripes nix 'n match to give you a soft-draping, comforlable wardrobe of pantsuils, dresses and skirls thai are hand wash- able and wrinkle resistant And just look a! lhat width! pastel printed desiqns. 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