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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Roundup of Ditri|t:Newo Children pray COUTTS (HNS) - In place of the regular classes Sunday, Coutts United Church Sunday School children held a special children's service observing the World Day of Prayer.  Children took part in the service, providing an opportunity to help them think about and pray for children everywhere. A film, The Red Crayon was shown. The offering received will go to help the blind. Displays styles GRANOM (HNS) - Mrs. A. Meyer of the Simplicity and Style Pattern Company displayed 22 new sewn garments for teen-age girls at a tea held in the Alex MacGregor School auditorium. Some girls from the home economics class, modelled the garments. Ludla Fisher welcomed the guests. Brenda Wesley introduced the speaker. Lunch was serve by the girls. Day of prayer GRANUM (HNS) - The World Day of Prayer service was held in the Granum Christian Reformed Church with Mrs. D. DeBoer, Mrs. P. Veen-land. Mrs. D. Calderwood, Mrs. A. Fjordbotten and Mrs. E. Griffey, readers; Wilma Williamson, soloist; Jenny Wil- Miss Leskosky honored COWLEY (HNS) - A shower took place recently for Miss Arlene Leskosky who is marrying James Robertson of Rex-ton, N.B. Some 40 guests honored the bride-to-be at this shower in the Cowley Community Hall. Mrs. Sharon Leskosky, sister-in-law of the bride-to-be, presided at the guest book. Pianist for the evening was Mrs. Joyce Watts. Mrs. Laura Crayford of Lund-breck was master of ceremonies. Miss Dawn Smith presented gifts to the bride-elect. Miss Leskosky was assisted in opening the gifts by her sister, Grace Margaret Timmer-mans, Cindy Leskosky and others. In her own gracious manner she thanked everyone. liamson, organist; Mrs. A. Hil-lebrand and Mrs. A. Havinga, ushers. Rev. Van Tuinen spoke. Lunch was served by the Christian Reformed Ladies' Aid. NEW LIGHTS - Modern street lights are brightening the lives of Claresholm residents. The new vapor mercury lights are also less expensive to operate. Mayor Patterson says. Mr. and Mrs. Anneca mark anniversary RAYMOND (HNS) - Fifty-one years ago Mr., and Mrs. Richard Anneca were married in Belgium. They marked their wedding anniversary here recently. Mr. Anneca recalled coming to this country. It meant leaving their families and their friends and starting a new life trader changed conditions. They arrived at Edmonton, then later went to Wayne where Mr. Anneca worked in the mines. They came to Raymond 36 years ago and purchased a farm west of town where they still live. During those early days the farm produced sugar beets. Later mixed farming, with livestock, was added. Their four daughters and one son are all married and all live in southern Alberta. They have 16 grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Many of them were home for the family din ner to mark the anniversary, All of their own children were at home for the day. -Paul AncTersen photo HOSPITAL WORKER HONORED - Miss Peggy Ross received a silver tray from the staff of the Claresholm Municipal Hospital recently. Miss Ross was recognized and honored by a staff party for her record of 30 years' service to the hospital. She started in 1941 and remembers the war years as a time where the hospital nursery was always full. lagers' is great for the golden flavor of cane-sugar syrup Whenever your recipe calls for corn syrup, use ROGERS' instead. You'll love it! Available in the tin or handy new plastic container. For your free ROGERS' RECIPE BOOK, write: B.C. Sugar Refining Co. Ltd., Rogers Street. Vancouver, B.C. � fl|| Now that Mr. Anneca is 81 his children feel he should retire and give up the work of operating the farm. Mr. Anneca can see no reason to retire. He has good health and has' no desire to find pleasure any other way than on the farm they both love. He is thinking of the spring work just ahead and he says "as long as I am well I hope to be able to work on the land." Lakers feted STIRLING (HNS) - A victory celebration in the form of a Chinese supper was held by the Stirling Lakers Basketball Club and cheerleaders following their winning the B southwest zone. This is the second consecutive year for this achievement. The year before this they won the provincial C championship. 'Fun spiel' NATAL (HNS) - Sixteen rinks participated recently in the Sparwood Ladies Curling Club annual "Fun Spiel" held in the Natal Curling Rink. The Molly Doratty rink of the host club won first in the A event. The Bessie Halton rink of Bellevue won first in the B event. The Gayle Travis rink of the host club won the C event. The big end was presented to the Evelyn Mitchell rink of Fernie which scored a 5-ender. MEET THURSDAY COALHURST (HNS) - The Ladies Auxiliary to the Royal Canadian Legion will hold its regular monthly meeting Thursday, March 11, at 8 p.m. in the Legion Hall here. All members are urged to attend. CWL meets, plans supper GRANUM (HNS) - Eight members attended the March meeting of the CWL at the home of Mrs. A. Cesar, Mrs. F. Fitzpatrick gave a report on the UGG supper and discussed plans for the annual St. Patrick's supper to be held in the Community Hall March 20. Mrs. F. Fitzpatrick was elected president and Mrs. Ed Cesar secretary. Rev. Redmond read from the third chapter of Genesis and Jed the discussion. Mrs. L. Dunlop will host the March 31 meeting. Brownies enrolled at Sparwood NATAL (HNS) - Brown owl Mrs. Ruby Northey and 47 girls were recently enrolled in Brownies in a ceremony held at Sparwood. District Commissioner Maureen Dukowski of Fernie along with four other Fernie Brownie leaders attended the meeting. The Brownies performed the Grand Owl. To celebrate the birthday of Lord Baden Powell, founder of the scouting movement, 28 Brownies from Sparwood visited Fernie to join the Fernie Brownies, Guides, Cubs and Scouts in a birthday jamboree. HOCKEY FIGHTS - There's going to be a new record set this season in the NHL. For fights. Specifically for maior penalties handed out for browling. In Saturday's Weekend Magazine, Andy O'Brien examines the bloody situation and Frank Prazak's action-photos capture some of the more spectacular battles. IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE Open Monday and Tuesday 9 Thursday and Friday 9 a.m Col 2025 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Wednesday 9 a.m. to 1 p.i to 9 p.m.; Saturday 9^a.m. to 6 p.m. . Wednesday, March 10, 197! - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - IS p,.p�..�I and w�h�,bl. I Orator Vinyl Add beauty to your home the ineX' pensive way. Available in. up-to-date colours and patterns. 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COMPLETE KIT 4.95 Open Monday and Tuesday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Wednesday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. 1 College Shopping �MtilltfllM 2025 Mayor Magrath Dtiyft|| ;