Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 13, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
6 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Tuesday, Mnrch 13, 1973 PRICES IN EFFECT FROM MARCH 13th to MARCH 24tii SPRUCE PLYWOOD EXTERIOR t x 8 No. 1 fl Grade Rough ea. 4 x 8 >i No. I ,5 Grade Rougli en. Aspenite Chipboard "A Exterior ca, A S Exterior on. SANDED EXTERIOR one side. eo. 6.29 vi O QQ one side. ea, Good one side. ca. 4x8 Good 4x8 Good STANUY-BERRY GARAGE DOORS 9x7 One Piece Steel PREFINISHED RANDOM GROOVED -4x8 4 mm. 4 Colors Light Dusky Classic Wat- nut Tone ea. ALUMINUM COMBINATION DOORS 15V heavy duty aluminum. Complete with spring chain lock door closer weather stripping, .95 VINYL ASBESTOS FL00R T5LE 12 x 12 16 Gauge 3 colors. Per Tile Each 12 fl. 22 fl. GARAGE ROOF TRUSSES TRUSS SPACING AT 24" CENTRES span for single garage.........Ea span for double garage.....Each 16.39 INTERDECO BRICK ON OUR COMPLETE LINE OF INTERLUX PAINTS, LATEX, SEMI- GLOSS, ENAMELS, VARNISHES USE YOUR CHARGEX m "LETHBRIDGE'S BUIIDING SUPPIY 123 30th USE OUR BUDGET Pbnl Butterflies flutter Down Memory Lane Donna and Diane Rilien, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Witliom Rilzen of Claresholm, skated a superb Butterfly Fantasy number in the recent Foothills Figure Skating Club presentation of Down Memory Lane. Also in tho Mo- vies A group were Susan Goods, Karma Hirsche, Dellrae Busli, Dsbbie Ashford and Sandy Anderson. It thrilled hun- dreds at Claresholm, Club professional is Miss Bonnie Kruieniski. PAUL ANDERSEN photo By CA. weekes Greetings go to the newly- formed WhElU Wolf Cub 1'ack and leaders Gladys Noll, T r avi s Me Kin Icy and 1'Yeu crick Vcrhaest. Ah out 15 in ore b oy.s arc now in the Scout movement and most of them are weav- ing 1 h e white neckerchiefs that donate New Chums. March 10 is the date forthc regional meeting at Erick- sen's Family Re s t a urant, Lcthbrtdge, at p.m. Meet and hear John L. MacGregor from national HQ, Electric power lias come 1 o Ca inp Ini pec s a but tsvo years will be needed lo fin- ish the job. The Lakevicw linns at Lctlibridgc arc sponsoring the enterprise as a service project. Other Lions clubs will be asked to con- tribute in an effort lo clear the cost. Camp Impccsa has plenty of openings in late July and August. Many Cubs, Scouts and Venturers would really like to acquire a pen pal. Here's a go wl chance. Cub S c on Jo r Emma Pcstano is visiting her native Philippines In late May. She will arrange cor- respondents for any who wish pals. If you want a Dutch pen pal, contact us here at Cou'lPy, Scoiiler Smallie lUriil great- ly praised the originality of (he Tabor Ice Rodeo wagons, Real Seoutcrafl evident in the painting and handi- craft. The warmest thanks go to Tobcr and the Flatlands District for hosting this huge enterprise. Across the region various centres observed Thinking Day services during Guide Week. The Pincltcr Creek area combined its resources with those of Ihc Pass and Cardslon. Pincher Mayor Juan Teran was present to light the camlte symbolic ot the day. The for 1973 was "challenge" and Rev. (I. ttei- iner, speaking on the theme, gave I lie young folks words spoken by SI. Paul in Philip- pines beginning, "Whatso- ever tilings arc true." Guide Commissioner Mrs. Alice Soiiicrvillc. urged all to 1 ive the challengc of their Promise, Father llngcl, in his read- ing from Scripture, also stressed the thnne of "chal- lenge." Mrs. May R oh ins on was UiQ pianist accompanying tho au- dience in singing. Hanger Gail Frankcomlie and Venturer Dean Goasdouc shared the task cf being mas- ter of ceremonies. Scout Commissioner Ken 1C no v ankeci all (o r sh ar- in the service. It was most appropriate the 1st Clnrcsliolin Scout Hall sliotdd be dedicated as Mackin Hall, named in mem- ory of Dnuglas Mackin who made such an outstanding contribution to scouting. Among those present were how Blair, di-lrlct com.mis- Mcncr and Mrs. Blair, Fort Dedicating the hall, Rev. ft. Keivan! said the or- had licen blessed leaders. Dong Mnckiit a "tioni he boys anr! he had enriched tlicir lives and the world. Though it h'jd been hard to lose Doug Mackin he had left much, "a lasting contribu- tion" and he dedicated the building as "Mackin Hall." Father Brian Wootfrow dedicated (he substantial door oS the hall in rncniory of jMclvin Skoyo son, JTfigcr, a pr.trol leader. The doer, filling a rcni need, was donated by Mrs. Gordon Ilr.vlantl. Aid Milk River oldlimers Joseph exalted ruler of tKe Milk River Bene- volent and Protective Order of Elks, hands to Ivy Rivers, president of the Milk River Sanior Cilizens Sociely, Elks came up wilh ihe monsy to help the society buy fur- nishings for Iheir new club rooms. Bingo night March 19 COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) Fire Chief Henry Zak says the Coleman Volunteer Fire Bri- gade will hotel a bingo night in the Elks JInll Monday, March 19, at 8 p.m. Cliief Zak says all proceeds are for the Colenivn Athletic Hockey Association (minor The jackpot prize will be 7o silver dollars. Credit Union directors named by Picture Bullc PICTURE DUTTE (HNS) Members c( P. Butte Sugar Makers' Credit Union held their am-iial hanrjiict recently in Ihc Picture Buttc Elks Hall. Elected lo the hoard of direc- tors were .John llcinoucti, EmJI Wyrostok, Hon Sabo and Duanc Oliver, President is John Hsinonen end vice pi'esidenl, E m i 1 Wyi-oslok. serving as tlic sccrc- Inry Ireasurer for years, Peter Wright resigned. Elected to Ihe supervisory j comniitlcft were Clordcn Joe Szteina, and ZoHcn Sabo. Appointed to Iho Credit Com- mittee were Mcrill Palmer, Steve Mazutinec, Kenneth Al- len, and alternate, Jason Ron- ney. fu 1972 friS.COfl was loaned to htirroucr.s. The siiaro Capi- tol amounts to Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, MARCH H, 15, 16 end 17 DISCONTINUED AND BROKEN LINES AND SIZES. WORLD OF SHOES 317A 6lh STREET SOUTH OPEN THURSDAY TUL 9 P.M.