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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Match 197 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID 15 CWL plans supper Children pray COUTTS HNS In place of the regular classes Coutts United Church Sunday School children held a special childrens service observing the World Day of Children took part in the ser providing an opportunity to help them think about and pray for children A The Red Crayon was The offering received will go to help the Displays styles GRANUM HNS Meyer of the Simplicity and Style Pattern Company dis played 22 new sewn garments for teenage girls at a tea held in the Alex MacGregor School Some girls from the home economics class modelled the Luella Fisher welcomed the Brenda Wesley intro duced the Lunch was serve by the Day of prayer GRANUM HNS The World Day of Prayer service was held in the Granum Chris tian Reformed Church with Veen Fjordbotten and readers Wilma Wil soloist Jenny Wil orgaiLit Hil lebrand and Van Tuinen ory jn the form of GRANVJI HNS Eight attended the March cf the at the STIRLING HKS A viej A Cesar Lakers feted Miss Leskosky honored COWLEY HNS A shower for the evening was Joyce took place recently for Miss Arlene Leskosky who is marry ing Jamss Robertson of Rex Some 40 guests honored the bridetobe at this shower in the Cowley Community Sharon sistir inlaw of the pre Laura Crayford of Limd breek was master of cere Miss Dawn Smith presented gifts to the Miss Leskosky was assisted in opening the gifts by her sis Margaret Timmer Cindy Leskosky and oth In her own gracious man sided at the guest Pianist I ner she thanked NEW LIGHTS Modern street lights are brightening the lives of Ciaresholm resi The now vapor mer cury lights are also less ex pensive to M a y o r Patterson ton celebration in the form of I UGG supper and a Chinese supper was held by j for the annual the Lakers Basketball I o suei to be held Club and cheerleaders followj in the Community Hall March ng their winning the B 20 wis wek This is the second1 Mr F Flzpa consecutive year for elected and Ed Jed the Fun cnipl SirsL Dunlop will host the i March 31 NATAL HNS rinks participated recently in he Sparwood Ladies Curling Club annual Fun Spiel held in the Natal Curling pnrnllpfl The Molly Doratty rink ciiiuium tehost club von first in the Tlie Bessie Halton rink of i Bellevue won first in the B NATAL HNS Brown owl Ruby Northey and 47 The Gayle Travis rink of the girls were recently enrolled in host club won the C Brownies in a ceremony held The bi end was presented to I at Spare District Commissioner Mau reen Dukouski of Fernie along with four other Fernie Brownie leaders attended the The Brownies performed the Grand To celebrate the birthday of and Anneca mark anniversary RAYMOND HNS Fifty one years ago and Richard Anneca were married in They marked their wedding anniversary here Anneca recalled coming to this It meant leav ing their families and their friends and starting a new life Vncv a1 or They came to Raymond 36 years ago and purchased a farm west of town where they still During those early dajs the farm produced sugar Laler mixed with was Their four daughters and one son are all married and all live in southern They have 16 grandchildren and two great f I dr A r t I fn Wootce the Evelyn Mitchell link of Fenus which scored a MEET THUIiSDAY COALHURST HNS iu ccurmuic me Ladies AtKiliarjto lie Royal Loid Baden founder of Canadian Legion will hold its the scouting 28 regular monthly meeting I Brownies from Sparwood visit March at 8 cd Fernie to join the Fernie in the Legion All I Cubs and members are urged to Scouts in a birthday Now that Anneca is 8 his children feel he should re tire and give up the work of operating the An neca can see no reason to re He has good health and has1 no desire to find pleasure any other way than on the farm they both He is thinking of the spring work just ahead and he says as long as I am well I hope 10 be able to work on the Fiesta One Coat White Paints Best quality paint available Highhiding power can cut your work in half Stays White longer SPECIAL Regular Woolco Price and HOCKEY FIGHTS going to be a new record set this season in the For Specifically for maior penalties handed out for In Saturdays Weekend Andy OBrien examines the bloody situation and Frank Prazaks actionphotos capture some of the more spectacular IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE Woolen Price and PrePasted and Washable Add beouty to Solid vinyl covering thai will stand up under the worst conditions whilo rt Selfadhesive means bother l 5 off the backing and apply to any smooth 24 excilmg Vinyl Coated Greaseproof easy ladies tm Fashion Rain hoots Mhh rubber rain 113 ladies 510 R Wooko Prices Ladies sit1 HOSPITAL WORKER HONORED n irii if cf i I ll I il 171 iri wr vn a i1 wlic liiu V WMl So easy even a husband could do it In less than a day Misses ond Childrens Lined Rubber Boots Sturdy thick Guaranteed Black or White Misses 113 Childrens 4 PAIR lwl Two Step is the sirnpleto apply Antique Restores old fur niture or adds charm to new Flecto brings you a better Its adheres more smooth and hides the old finish beau In 8 boldly classic fast drying Husky Rubber Boots Woolcos own brand Big Wheel1 the tough red Biack Youths 1113 Boys 16 pair Mens 712 pair Come and see this new kit dem onstrated in the Paint Depart March 11th to 9 00 p March 12 p lo March 13th 10 00 to Stretchy Toe Rubbers Canadianmade rubbers that stretch to fit any Black 1 Open Monday ond Tuesday 9 a to 6 Wednesday 9am to T p m Thursday and Friday 9 to 9 Saturday 9 to 6 Open Monday and Tuesday 9 n to 6 Wedncsdny 9 o n lo 1 p m Thursday and Fridoy 9 to 9 Saturday 9 to 6 p ;