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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta MEETS GREAT GRANDSON - Mrs. Kasper (Rita) Wagner of St. Joseph s Home, Medicine Hat, holds her great grandson Patrick James Ehnes. Her daughter, Mrs. Pius (Thekla) Ehnes of Etzikom, The Herald's correspondent, and grandson Richard Ehnes ot Calgary look on.______ Coalhurst women make mugs COALHURST (HNS) - Fifteen have joined the women's club in Coalhurst. Mrs. Carpenter of Lethbridge showed them how to make ceramic coffee mugs. Persons 14 and older are welcome to join. Fees are $1 a year and a charge of 15 cents for lunch with the money being used for tools and supplies. For the time being meetings are held at members' homes until further notice. For more information contact Mrs. Margo Oken, Coalhurst. Correction COALHURST (HNS) - Correction on date for Hilltoppers Gymkhana Club renewals is March 31 and for new memberships April 30. 'A new people for a new age' By C. A. VVEEKES Herald News Service COWLEY - The World Day of Prayer was observed recently in St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church here with the women of the CWL in charge. This year's theme was "A New People for a New Age." This service of worship was aided by Sylvia Talbot of the International Committee on the World Day of Prayer, Una 42nd anniversary NATAL (HNS) - The Ladies Auxiliary to Michel Aerie 1864, Fraternal Order of Eagles, recently celebrated its 42nd anniversary with a pot-luck supper. The cutting of the anniversary cake was undertaken by three chartered members, Mrs. Anne Travis, Mrs. Millie Kotek and Mrs. Anne Manndon. Five new members were initiated. Wednesday, Marth 10, 1971 - THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD - 3 'Grandma9 Tustian reaches 90 COWLEY (HNS) - To everyone in Cowley March 6 is Grandma Tustian's birthday. Grandma Tustian came from the Thousand Island district of Ontario as Mrs. F. A. Tustian. Her husband Fred was a blacksmith in Cowley's early days and as a member of the Village Council left his mark in more ways than one, He had his shop and did woodwork and carpentry as the years went on and the trade of blacksmithing faded out. Grandma raised the family of two girls and two boys. It was a musical family and has always been an integral part of the Cowley community. It was the custom to gather for an afternoon to share her birthday cake and enjoy a little music. The weight of years forced her to retire to Crest-view Lodge at Pincher Creek. Now she has reached her 90th year and her Cowley friends motored to Pincher Creek to celebrate with her and to wish her many more birthdays. She is still very spry for her years and takes a surprising interest in her family, her friends in the lodge and her Cowley friends. PIANO PRACTICE - Miss Marion Esau, far right, watches the progress of piano students, left to right: Loretta Siebert, Dorothy Siebert, Leona Reimer and Glenda Siebert. They are preparing for the Lethbridge and District Kiwanis Music Festival scheduled to begin April 23. These Coaldale girls will take part in Bach classes in Grades 3 to 6. -Mary Tymburski Photo. Matthews, Chandrouti M a t a dial and Marianne Fague all of Guyana, Joan Bailey from Jamaica, Vineta Gordon from the Virgin Islands and Nita Bar row from the Caribbean. The call to prayer came to women of more than 150 na tions. Typical of most foothill centres there are several congre-gaitons at Cowley: Roman Catholic, Baptist, United Church and Anglican. Besides these there are many of the Doukhobor faith. All of these were represented at the day of prayer and with the aid of a meaningful li t u r g y and fine leaders this' 1971 service was most effective. Mrs. P. Iwasiuk led in the call to prayer. This year's speaker was Mrs. Corinne Boyden of Pincher Creek. Following the conclusion of the service the gathering adjourned to the nearby church parlor of Foothills United Church where a lunch was enjoyed amid fellowship. Memorial fund totals $1,631 COWLEY (HNS) - The annual meeting of Foothills United Church has shown the year 1970 was a success. Rev. Ken Jordan presided. The financial statement was read by the treasurer, Mrs. J. McKay. This showed that year-end receipts were higher than anticipated and thus balanced the budget. The Memorial Fund now stands at $1,631 with the bequest received from the estate of the late Mrs. I. Irwin. The $1,000 bequest will be used for improvements and maintenance of the church building. Membership of the church board now consists of Mr. Jordan, Charles Enes, Dave Glen, Joe Thibert, Mrs. C. McKay, and Mr. and Mrs. C. Weekes. Rev. Dave Hembling, associate minister of the Pincher Creek pastorate, takes one service a month in Cowley. 6 per cent dividend declared COWLEY (HNS) - Cowley Savings and Credit Union members endorsed a motion that a dividend of six per cent be declared. A motion was necessary to borrow up to 50 per cent of assets if need arise. This was carried unanimously. Election of officers brought the re-election of P. C. Maloff and R. Bougerolle as directors. Mrs1. R. Y. Buries was reelected to the supervising committee. L. Housenga was elected to replace M. D. (Peck) Hackler whose health forced him to retire from the advisory committee. MCC aiding underprivileged COALDALE (HNS) - More than 95 delegates attended the Alberta conference of the Men-nonite Central Committee at the Mennonite Bretliren Church here recently. Known as the MCC, it is an international welfare organization operated jointly by the Mennonite Bretliren, Mennonite Conference and Old Mennonite Church congregations. The MCC will continue to offer aid to the underprivileged 92 women pray COUTTS (HNS) - The World Day of Prayer was observed in the Coutts United Church with 92 women attending. It is held the first Friday of March around the world. In Canada The Day Thou Gavest is the traditional hymn. The theme this year for the service "A New People for a New Age" was also used in the address given by Mrs. W. R. Ford of Coutts. Chinook lodge aids scholar COWLEY (HNS) - Members of Chinook Lodge 47 AF and AN gathered recently to entertain Miss Lorna Williams a student of the University of Lethbridge where she is enrolled in second year arts. Sponsored by the Lodge, Miss Williams has been assisted by masonic bursaries. Ken Dezell introduced her and her parents to the gathering before presenting her with a writing set. countries. The MCC, through its various programs, plans to continue to promote peace in all countries. Dan Zehr of Winnipeg, executive secretary, said aid had been given in clothing, food and volunteer workers by the MCC to the underprivileged in Korea, Jordan, Vietnam , North Africa, Nigeria and Haiti. MCC-Canada placed more than 100 volunteer workers during 1970 in these countries, he said. The meeting heard 20,000 lbs. of clothing had been collected in Alberta. Handicraft items are made by the people in the poorer countries. These are sent to Canada where they can be purchased. The funds raised through these sales help the people to help themselves improve their standard of living. People at the conference were given the opportunity to place orders. More district on page 15 OCTOBER ELECTION NOBLEFORD (Special) - Election of a new school board for Noble Central School will be held in October. SAVE to 60% ON MUFFLER REPLACEMENTS WE HAVE: A $9.95 MUFFLER FOR MOST CARS FREE INSTALLATION 10 MINUTE INSTALLATION LIFETIME GUARANTEED MUFFLERS FREE INSPECTION AND ESTIMATES ALL AT IIUUTB UFFLEtt 509 6th Avenue South INSTALLATIONS Phone 328-8134 UNBELIEVABLE! SHELDONS DOES IT AGAIN! 9 AJi TO 9 PJH ONE DAY ONLY - THURSDAY, MARCH 11 (TOMORROW) 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. Here's another tremendous opportunity for the budget-minded mothers of Lethbridge and Southern Alberta to clothe the family at fantastic savings! Don't Miss This Great Savings Event! LOOK WHAT WILL LOOK WHAT OCC WILL �V�J BUY COMPLETE STOCK OF:  Ladies' and Girls' Panty Hose, each 25c  . Baby Coveralls, each ........... 25c  Kiddies' Running Shoes, pair .... 25c  Kiddies' Sandals, pair.......... 25c  Aden's Caps, each ............. 25c  Men's and Boys' Colored T Shirts, each......................... 25c  Kiddies' Slippers, pair..........25c  Dickies for Entire Family, each .. 25c  Kiddies' Cabana Play Sets......25c  Girls' Dresses, each _........... 25c LOOK WHAT 50 C WILL BUY COMPLETE STOCK OF:  Girls' Baby Doll Pyjamas, each .. 50c  Ladies' and Girls' Sling Back Shoes, all leather, pair.............. 50c  Ladies' Running Shoes, pair .... 50c  Ladies' and Girls' Wrangler Hot Pants, pair.................. 50c  Men's Gabardine Work Hats, each 50c  Kiddies' Sport Shirts and T Shirts. Long or short sleeves, some flannelette. Sizes 3 to 6x, each----50c  Ladies' Corduroy Slippers. Made in Canada, pair.............. 50c  Girls' Denim Jackets. Canadian Made, each .................. 50c  Ladies' and Girls' Full Slips and Brassieres, each.............. 50c Ladies' Moccasins, pair ........ 50c LOOK WHAT $1.00 WILL BUY 1 Shell $1 COMPLETE STOCK OF: Boys'-Sizes 8 to 1 8 Kiddies'-Sizes 3 to 6x. Girls'-Sizes.7 to 14.  Jeans and Slacks including Brand Name Wrangler and Top Gun. Pair............  Boys' and Girls' Nylon Jackets, each ................  Ladies' Bonanza Shoes. Sizes 5-10. (All Leather). Canadian Made, pair $1  Ladies' Tee Kay Runners. Sizes 5-10, pair .............. $1  Boys' Sport Shirts. Long or Short Sleeve, each .................. $1 Kiddies' Stretch Slacks, pair..... $1 LOOK WHAT SO.00 WILL BUY COMPLETE STOCK OF:  Men's Western Cut Pants by Wrangler. Made in U.S.A. Pair ... $2  Canadian Made Ladies' Tee Kay Marie Claire Leather Shoes. Pair . $2  Boys' and Girls' Brand Name Brave Shoes. All leather. Pair..........$2  Men's 2 Eyelet Thermal Boots, pair $2  Men's Rubber Boots. Pair ....... $2 Men's and Boys' Toughie Sweat Shirts and T Shirts, (some Acrylic), each ........................ $1 Kiddies' Flare Slacks. Sizes 3 to 6x. pair .......................... $1 Ladies' Snow Boots, Deep Pile Lined, Leather or Vinyl, pair ...........$1 Kiddies' Rain Boots. Sizes 6 to 3, pair ..... .................... $1 Men's and Ladies' Dress or Casual Spring and Summer Jackets.....$1 Men's Sport Shirts, Long or Short Sleeve, each ...................$1 Boys' and Girls' All Leather Shoes, Canadian Made, pair.......... $1 Ladies' Wrangler Scrub Denim Jeans, pair................... $1 Boys' and Girls' Dress or Casual Spring or Summer Jackets, each . $1 Kiddies' 3 Eyelet Thermal Boots, pair ......................... $1 Ladies' Wrangler Flare Jeans, pair $1 Girls' Plaid Flare Slacks. Sizes 3 to 6x, pair................... $1 Men's and Boys' Wool Shirts and Jackets, each ................ $1 Girls' Laminated Spring Jackets, each ........................ $2 Men's and Ladies' Bowling Shirts, each ........................$2 Girls' and Ladies' Western Cut Spring Jackets................$2 Men's-Sizes 28 to 40. Ladies'-Sizes 8 to 16. Jeans and Slacks. Brand names. �| Including Wronger and Top Gun. Pair ....... Men's Leather Dress and Casual Shoes by Tee Kay and Mocaby, pair $2 Men's Work Rain Coats and Jackets. Each ............$2 Men's Nylon Quilted Jackets, each $2 Men's Nylon Quilted Pants. Pair . . $2 2 ^ BUY COMPLETE STOCK OF:  Boys' Showerproof Top Coats. Zip-out lining ..............  Men's, Boys' and Ladies' Sweaters ...................  Ladies' and Girls Winter Long Coats - Car Coats and Jackets. Your Choice, each..........  Boys' Winter Jackets. Sizes 8 to 18. Each.........  Kiddies' Winter Jackets. Sizes 3 to 6x. Each..........  Western Shirts. Each _....................  Boys' All Wool Sport Jackets. Each .....................  Ladies' Spring and Summer Dress Jackets. Each .............. $3 $3 Dress $3 $3 $3 $3 $3 $3 LOOK WHAT $c.oo WILL BUY COMPLETE STOCK OF:  Men's Top Coats. Zip-out Liners and Wools. Each ...........  Men's Winter Jackets. Sizes 36 to 46. Each $5 $5 Don't miss the biggest 1 day sale in Leth-bridge's history. Unbeatable values! Get here somehow and get here fast! Open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Thursday, March 11 only! HUNDREDS OF UNADVERTISED SPECIALS! ALL SALES ARE FINAL NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES SHELDONS OPPOSITE GALT GARDENS ON 3rd AVE. S. NEXT DOOR TO BANK OF MONTREAL 7366 ;