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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 9, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE LETHBRIDQE ir. March 9. 1974 PLflN PACK flND CO ON THE oflour Chance to WIN One of Two BIG VACATION PRIZES 1st Prize 8 Days Fishing at Trophy Lodge Great Bear Lake N.W.T. Canada 2nd Prize 7 Days Free Rental 26' Motor Homo CroMtown Recreation Edmonton, Alberta FULL CONTEST DETAILS AT LOCAL IQA Values effective Monday and Tuesday, March 11th and 12th only. Contro Village IGA 13th Street and 2nd Ave. N. Lethbridge and Marlon's IGA Coaldale We reserve the right to limit quantities. All specials while quantities last only. TABLERITE PORK TENDERLOIN Ib. MINUTE STEAK 68 Government Inspected, Ib. 1 PORK TENDERLOIN 1 fi78 10 Ib. box %F CREAM PIES 7fic Sunshine Frozen, 9 inch. 20 oz. net.............................................. %BF BEANS WITH PORK Glen Valley 14 fl. oz. tin PEANUT BUTTER Kraft, 48 fl.oz. tin PURITY FLOUR With meat coupon, 20 Ib. bag CHEESE Clover Valley Canadian Process, 2 Ib. loaf 168 O28 148 DETERGENT BOLD Sib. King Size box MARGARINE Blue Bonnet, 3 Ib. pkg..................................................... Fresh from our In-Store Bakery Centre Village IGA 1 28 LEMON PIES men................................................................asm N CELERY HEARTS California Canada No. R TEXAS RUDY RED, SIZE 56 GRAPEFRUIT 201 Bible club boosts happiness campaign If Lethbridge residents don't turn a smile, it won't be the fault of the "happy kids." Members of the Lethbridge Happy Hour Bible Clubs are currently spreading happiness with a button campaign and a Sunday morning television program. The button message reads "Happy? Why and the broadcast shares bright singing and Bible stories each Sunday at a.m. CJOC, Channel 7 Director Ivy Owen claims a membership of 200 children enjoys regular rumpus room meetings throughout the city. A cross-section of lay Christians provides musical, lesson and crafts leadership for the clubs. "Ours was a quarrelsome neighborhood, with children scrapping all the time, until Happy Hour started in our claims one volunteer hostess. "The children are now polite and appreciative. It is the best thing that has happened here." Children have been selected from each club to form a television choir. Choral leadership is provided by Mrs. Mabel Patkau, pianist Susan Siemens and Mrs. Owen. Club board chairman, Jim Dunstan, accompanies the choir whenever they are featured in worship programs of various city churches. Club members are now rehearsing for their annual closing program in the Yates Memorial Centre. March 24. Several Bible stories will be dramatized, including a crossing of the Red Sea and Moses receiving the ten commandments. IVY OWEN United children 6lack nurture' TORONTO (CP) While marriages in the United Church of Canada increased significantly in a recent 10- year period, fewer children in that denomination were being baptized and fewer still were receiving Sunday school education, a survey shows. Fix your cycle at church Church premises being used as a motor-cycle repair bay? It sounds as if someone has got God and Mammon a bit mixed up but wait a minute. A short report reviewed on BBC World Ser- vice recently gives the views of a working party set up two years ago by the Methodist Church youth department in Britain. Most Methodist churches consist of a central area for worship and a number of side rooms. Already these are be- ing used for diverse purposes to establish close links with young people in city centres. The United Church Observer, the group's official publication, said Tuesday that while marriages in 1972 increased nearly 42 per cent over 1962 compared with baptisms of children under 12 declined by nearly 43 per cent to from The number of those attending Sunday schools decreased by nearly 55 per cent to from the newspaper noted, while the number of Sunday schools dropped nearly 28 per cent to from However, money raised by the church for all purposes increased to in 1972 from 10 years earlier. CITY OF LETHBRIDGE NOTICE Scenic Drive will be closed from 4th Street South to 5th Avenue South during the day of March 18th, 1974 to facilitate con- struction of the 6th Avenue bridge approach. This closure will be for approximately 6 months. The detour route will use 4th Street South and 5th Avenue South. Please watch for further announcements regarding changes in this routing. INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES LTD Established 1911 Lomr Floor 517 4th Am. S. 327-1541 NOW is the time to look at your asphalt require- ments for 1974. We now have two asphalt plants' to serve the City of Lethbridge and District. Asphalt will be available by the ton or truck load. If you have a parking lot or driveway or any other asphalt us now for a free es- timate. 328-8196 TOLLESTRUP CONSTRUCTION CITY OF LETHBRIDGE Hair NOTICE! 1974 RENTAL OF CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT 1974 Equipment Rental priorities by the City Engineering Department will be determined by the City License. Truckers, Equipment Rental and Excavating Firms, and other related businesses may list their equipment available for rental at the Engineering Office upon obtaining a City License. This is your... Personal Invitation to be our Guest and possibly WIN ONE OF MANY FABULOUS WEEKENDS FOR TWO! ACCOMMODATION MEALS RECREATION BRITISH COLUMBIA FILM FESTIVAL Award winning films about Recreation, Hot Springs, Wildlife YATES CENTRE Sunday. March p.m. and 7 p.m. Pick up your FREE Tickets from British Columbia Information Centres College Mall or Centre Village Mall ;