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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THl IETHBRIDGE HERALD Wcdncidny, March 22, 1977 600 listen Snow rig aces TABKK 'Preparation tor Rurvivnl iTiiuives coming to view as lied does, so one can be UAVMOM) (I1.NS) Eleven ccnlesUmls from Ilaymond 0 placed at Ihe Piuclicr Creek identified wilh snowmobile races held at the Buck Horn (Inest Ranch re- cently. were Chris Tins was of tile "mes sage' i'-'.'t'd b1, Jehovah's Wit.....................--. nesses at thai three-day as- i C'ostley wilh a first and n third; semblv at tlio recreation ecu-i Max Wcndroff, third; Rens ij.c here. Visscr, first; Sidney Visper, More than (W from soutlieni! second: Mark Wendroff, third; attcmlixl. i Hov Kindt, second; James 'Mocks, third: Denny Fromm. first: Uoyd Fromm. first; and i Philip Saruu'atari, second. Turkey supper GRAXUM More than 250 people attended the recent annual St. Patrick's tur- key supper held in the Granum Coninumity Hall. It was sponsored by the Cath- olic Women's League. Heads UCW GRANVM HlXSi Mrs. P. Duiii-iT) wns elected prsidcnt o! mectini: tlte home of Mrs. P. Walker of Fort Win badges NATAL (HNS) The 1st Brownie Pack saw Louie Mc- l.ain presented with her golden bar. Tests were under the direc- tion of Mrs. Gladys Mc- Pl'.crscn. In the 2nd Brownie Pack, Mvnia Thomson was present- ed with hrr pardoner's badge; Katrin Brockle. harlgc; Kelly Butler, artist's and pet- Gingham Ball KAYMON'I) (ILN'S) Tlie 1972 Gingham Ball, supper and variety program were most successful. Four Raymond I.DS Kelief Society wards held (me party for ail. The musical program was headed by Keith Palmer, mas- ter of ceremonies. Taking part were Hulii on. Katherine Keeler, Mnlicll Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Dong- las Kassiltou. Mr. and Mrs. Ed- win C. Orr W. M, Brooks, along with others. Curlers win keeper's badges; Kosemarie K. Rake, cooker's badge and Pan- Curtis, secretary, and Mrs, R. Cox. treasurer. The Angola Missionary allo- line Baily, writer's, lover's, crafts, toy maker's and skater's. Ttio .M m %t KBESOE PfilCE PR. V M n, t 1 't{ x. 'i KRESflt 2.9B otinW- fRESGE PRICE KBESOE Pfllct 4 "1W OlliY LADIES' ?y j 14. 'Li JKti YjSX l 1 r r tdwl fflCH I p'rt' 3 big to .0 f "M pouni rttSgj1 3" I i aJes 117 n Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. ;