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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 7, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Knocked out Knocked out after four garnet, but still smiling, are Alberta high school curling competitors Lorelei Schmidt, Judy Sup, Mary Heaty and Debbie Getcke. They attend ihe F. P. High School at Fort Macleod. YOUR LOCAL INDEPENDENT GROCER MIHALIK'S maufois' SERVICE IS OUR BUSINESS 642 13th Street North Phone 328-5742 PHONE 328-5742 FOR FREE CITY DELIVERY ON LARGE ORDERS. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO UMIT QUANTITIES j PRICES EFFECTIVE MARCH 8th, 9th and 10th. MAYFAIR FOODS MEATS Ketchup Libby1! Tomato 11 f I. oz. bottle Coffee Maxwell House Regular 1 Ib. net wt. 4.98' Soup Puritan Tomato or Vegetable 10 fl. oz. lint Corn Green Giant W-K oz. tint Fruit Cocktail Ubby's 14 fl. 01. fin Rice Krispies 8.98' 2 8 98 VEL Liquid Detergent 24 oz. plastic V V 13-oz. Vegetable Oil West.......................32 f I. ox. bottle Jelly Powder Jello-AII Flavors.......3 oz. net wt Toilet Tissue Cashmere .......................6 roll pkg. "WE INVITE YOU TO TRY OUR MEATS THE BEST IN TOWN" WE WILL CUT OUR MEATS TO SUIT YOUR REQUIREMENTS. Fresh, Whole Canada Grade A FRYING CHICKEN 59' RlD StCflK SllOil Ri Canada Grade A Beef Canada Grade A Beef Ib. Ib. 59 Beef Liver Sandwich Meats ib. PkS. Side 'Bacon sited pkg. 99 TIDE Detergent S-lb. net wt. pkg..... Panti-Hose Classic___... 2 PRODUCE Canado B.C. Fancy Mdntcsh or Spartans Bananas 3 million Wtdniuloy, March 7, 5973 THE LFTHBRIDGE HERALD 11 expended by Taber SD TABBR (HNS) Taber chool Division 6 held its op- rating expenditure increase to .ix per cent in recording rec- rd spending of just under million during The year's financial state- ntent recently released shows operating expenditures at an increase of bove the 1871 figure. To balance the budget, rev- enues were augmented by the use ot of budgeted sur- plus from previous years leav- ng a balance in the surplus account of Except for instructional aids, expenditures in 1972 exceeded hose for 1971 in every depart- ment: administration instruction instructional aids plant opera- ion and maintenance capital expenditures and transpor- tation REVENUE SIDE On the revenue side, receipts were up by some main- ly from government grants un- the federal and provincial government programs. At year-end the division's to- tal invested capital amounted to including land and buildings at and furniture and equipment at Against invested capital is a debenture debt December 31 of to which must be paid interest on borrowings to maturity of The financial statement wH discussed at 'annual meet- ings of the school division's electors scheduled for March 12 at Uie Vauxhall Elementary School and March 13 at the T. Westlafce School, Taher, both commencing at pjn. WOMEN OF THE 1 DISTRICT Bonspiel and supper March 18 Yellow California Red Emperor Celery Hearts CQti OO 7 1 "I W Red Pontiac Washed ZU bag 1' Robin FLOUR 9 A SOFT DRINKS 75 May fair Foods Dairy and Frozen Products Orange Juice 5 Fish and Chips for ib wt. bag Butternut Mb. net wt. pkg........ Margarine Cheese Whiz Cheese Slices Plain ___2 Ib. net wt. jar Top Valu 16 01. wt. 5 '1 S-4.69 All Brandt 10 or. bottles Carton of 6 Plus Deposit WE ACCEPT EMPTY POP CANS AND BOTTLES ON TRACc Frontier Dase The Foremost Figure Skating Club's ice carnival Front- ier Daze Thrilled hundreds recently at the Foremost Arena. Barbershop Quartet members are Sandra Ondrik, Laurie Konno, Cindy Sepp and Marcell Kullgen. Other photo: talented Darla Granberg and Geoffrey Tagg do their Pliiolsand Petticoats number. 40 young skaters and coach perform CARMANGAY (HNS) -Uni- ted Church Women met to plan a church bonspiel to be held at the Carmangay Curling Rink March IB at 1 p.m. Anyone from the Vulcan, Champion and Carmangay areas is welcome to join in this event. The UCW will serve nipper following the curling. A United Church workshop will be held at Banff April 27 to 29 inclusive. Anyone interest' ed is welcome to attend. Hazel Lyckman demonstrated the art of cake decorating to the women present. Four new lions NATAL (HNS) At a re- cent regular meeting of the Sparwood Lions Club, four new members, John Dessert, Terry Ron Venue and Lloyd Reeves were Inducted. WIN CERTIFICATES NATAL (HNS) Eighteen employees of Kaiser Resources Limited recently qualified for their open-pit miae rescue cer- tificates. By GEOFF TAGG Special Correspondent FOREMOST Foremost Figure Skating Club's an- nual ice carnival, "Frontier was a success. It was held in the Fore- most Arena. The one-hour program, pro- duced some fine skating by more than 40 youngsters and then- talented coach Gaye Uglem of Lethbridge. TOP PERFORMANCE Gaye, the 1969 southern Al- berta junior women's figure skating champion, gave a fine performance. Debbie Kuhl presented a gift to the coach on behalf of the club. Miss Kuhl was also rec- ognized for her contribution in helping the younger skat- ers, as was Myrna Kuhl, Deb- bie's mother, president of the Foremost club. The program opened with the senior girls in an old- fashioned skating party to the Dutch Waltz. SKATE DUO The first duo, entitled Pis- tols and Petticoats, was skated by Darla Granberg and Geoffrey Tagg. They were followed by a group of seven cowgirls. Renae Hougen was the first soloist, giving a well re- ceived performance as the Indian Princess. Debbie Kuhl, as Annie Oak- ley, followed. Her most graceful and exdUng per- formance was a memorable highlight. Twins Karen and Shar 0n Walters skated beautifully in harmony as saloon girls. They were followed by the barbershop quartette of Lau- rie Konno, Maj-eell Kultgen, Sandra Ondrik and Stephanie Sepp. the third soloist was Deb- bie Williams as the School Marm in The Little Red Schoolhouse. Her students were Cheryl Bates, Stephanie Seeman, JoAim Walters and Stephen Tagg. Buffalo gals were repre- sented by Kim Wallman and Lorie Huisman. The program was rounded out by the infamous travel- ling salesmen, skated by Cindy Sepp, Dirka Begft- mann, JoAnn Hougen and Frances Karl. Three-pronged bid for nursing home Stor. HOUH: Monday, Tuewlay, Wednesday, Saturday a.m. (ill p.m.; ihursaay ond Friday a.m. to p.m. COALDAIJE (HNS) More co-ordination is needed be- tween the hospital board, the hospital planning committee and town council towards mak- ing an application to the gov- ernment in the establishment of a senior citizen's or nursing home here. This was the concensus the sharehoWers at recent meeting of the Coaldale Com- munity Hospital Association. All three bodies have been concerned about this seed for some time. The hospital plamiing com- mittee, set up last August, has done considerable study on the project. The committee was establish ed by the hospital association board with representation from town and county hos- pital board, ministerial associa- tion, Sunrise Ranch aoc Barons-Eureka Health Unit. 1 is responsible to report its fine ings to the hospital board. The hospital is responsible to application for a tailor itizen's or nursing home and ot the town or county coun- cil. Nevertheless, the support o! the municipalities and council is essential. Fruit salad dressing. GOT IT? GOOD FOR YOU! DririM Limited PHLM ;