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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta jECKDLB uatsrs Parry, JMusil atleiiu U BC orientation NATAL (HNS) Two stud- dents represented Spanvood Secondary School at a recent orientation seminar held at the University of British Columbia. Rob Parry and Paulis Musil, both Grade 12, received a view of the campus, opportunities, activities and accommodations available. They returned to their home school to report to others at- tending Grade 12 classes. MODERN ROMANS Preliminary results from the 1971 census show there arc 2.8 I million Thuniloy, March 53, 1972 _ THE IFTHBRIDGE HERALD 25 LEKT HOMELAND There were Britons who emigrated from their 1070. MANY yrsiTons The Provincial Museum and Archives of Alberta had visitors in 1971. MANY SPECUI-ATE Speculators own an estimated 000-million worth of land i n Montreal's metropoh'tan area. WINS Macleod BrownTe Rhonda Ducharme receives the Golden Hand from Brown Ow] Uobel Schwindt. It entitles her to fly up lo Brownies. Mrs. Schwindt is retiring after 10 years with Ihe organization. She received a plaque from the girls. Swihart Photo Electoral areas may combine NATAL (HNS) Amalga- mation of two electoral areas within the Regional District of East Kootenay mil suggest- ed to D. R. J. Campbell, minis- ter of municipal affairs. One area surrounds tlie city of Cranbrook and little is left of it since expansion of the city's boundaries which took in some of the residents. The other area comprises the balance of school district number two. Vince Downey, RDEK chair- man, represents one area. Andy Rosicky of Wardner, who has been seriously ill for a number of months, Is the other area representative. SUNSET TEMPLE HONORS MEMBERS Cooidols Pythian Temple No. 6 recently celebrated 25lh anniversary. Pictured are eight of nine charter members honored at the occasion. They are, left to right, Mri. Esther Corey, Ray (Violet) Perry) Beth Baldry, 1972 most excellent chief of the temple; Jack (Bet-ty) Smilh, Mrs. Dorothy Pickering, Mrs. (Anne) Davis, Mrs. Emilie Baldry and Mrs. Gladys don. Mrs, L. M. (Frances) Vaselenak was unabl attend. Mrs. Scott Gor- to (HNS) It was a grand and glorious event for the Coaldalo Pythian Sisters Sunset Templo No. 6 when it recently celebrated ltd 25th an- niversary. A banquet preceded tho meeting. The tables were dec- ora ted in local temple colors by Mrs. Gladys Noble. Special "exaltation" was given to eight charter mem- Collect garbage once a week By ALICE WADE Horahl News Service SHAUGHNIiSSY A good turnout at the March meeting of tho Shauglmessy Taxpayer's Association learned the gar- bage wilj be collected once a week, ns before, instead of ev- en' weeks ES requested. This cannot IJG changed nt the ci 11 time as the m n n hauling the garbage has a eon- traci. There was ono per hour playground'1 sign circled along the mnin hiyhway in Iho centre of towTi rrc-cntly. It was felt lhrrc sboulrl be two. one ai cadi or.H cif town. The sifJewalk in front of the residence is Finking and i1 wns up ;it the meet- ing Ih-il tiiis should be fixed as fho water will not run off. cars will be removed during the spring clean-lip. Some old buildings will be de- molished by the county. Dogs running at largo are Btill causing R lot of concern. Something will have to be done aiwiit it, is consensus. The next meeting will bo held at 7 p.m. April 10 ot the Shrrughnessy School, reference tn waler and sewage, cost figures for this sen'ice for the Village of Barn- well were read to give peoplo a general idea what to expect, A request, vras made to con- tact Alliorla Government Tele- to get another tele- phone boolh. more centrally lo- as the one at tlie hotel is at the west end of lown and is (no fnr for e'rlcrly people in the rold bers present, They are Mra. Gladys Gordon, Mrs. J ack (Betty) Smifh, Mrs. Dorothy Pickering, Mrs. Scott (Anne) Da vi s, Airs. Emilie E aldry, Mrs. Beth Baldry, Mrs. father Corey and Mrs. Ray (Violet) Perry, Due to vacation Mrs. L. M. (Frances) Vaslenak was un- ablo to attend. Each of the charier mem- bers received a 25-year service pin and a rose corsage presenU ed by Mrs. Les (Jessie) Nolan, degree captain, assisted by Mrs. Gladys Noble. Mrs, Emilie Baldry was also presented a special gift for 25 ye ser vi ce as local cor- respondent for the temple and temple mother of the year, A floor drill in honor ot charter members was perform- ed by the degree team under the direction of Mrs, Nolan, degree captain. The Coaldale C o m m n nity Hall was artistically and beau- tifully decorated in silver and the temple colors of white, red, yellow and blue against a back- ground of a painting by Mrs. ScotL Davis. Mrs. D. C. (Vern) Lloyd sang two solos, I'll Walk Alone and Climb tin? High j Mountain. Mrs, Virginia Khan was the pianist For the vocalist and also supplied the accompaniment music for the degree team and i tho marches. Among tbe women pres- i ent were Mrs. Mary Kosmo, of terhbrin'fie, past grand rhiof. j and Mrs. Amy Penny, of Cole- j man, past grand chief. Mrs. Rose grand chief, sent an original verse and ad- dress for each of the charter members which Mrs. Nolan read before making tho pres- entations. An anniversary cake, baked and decorated by Mrs. J. F. (Milly) Oliver, was served. Fruitcake baked by Mrs, No- ble was also enjoyed. A miniature cake was sent to Mrs. Lester (Clara) Renfrew who is a patient in tbe Lcth- bridge Municipal Hospital. CONCERT SET FORT MACLEOD (Special The Fort Maclcod Rancl will pre.scnt an evening of music March 5.1 at p.m. in the G. H. Davis School. SIMPSONS- Royal Albert Royal Albert bone thfna haj won world renown for its delicate beauty ond cxquiille design. Wo aro now offering as open ilcck ihii fine china in the fivg most iough( after pnherns. Sel on a background of pur- est white, each delicate floral pattern hai ils own individual charm. If you Ore collecting Royal Albert now or [usl thinking of storting come lo where oil fha savings are, 5-Piece Sellins -IT] T n JLJL.JL t teleshop 328-6611 Petit Pornt. Reg. Old Country. Roses.. Reg. Lavender Rose or Mem- Q O ory Lane. Reg. Val D'or ffc 7 Chanlily. Reg. American Bsajty. Reg. We qutcVly and carefully package your order and deliver il lo your Available at Similar Savings Open Stock Teas and Saucers Tea Pots 9 Fruit Nappies Coffee Pots Sugar and Creams 9 Coke Plate 13" Oval Platters Coffee Mugs Sandwtch Trays Sweet Dishes Soil and Peppers 15" Oval Platters 9 Cereal Bowls Tiered Cake Trayi 1014" Plates O 8'4" Plates 6 6V4" Not all pieces available in all patterns QUALITY COSTS NO MOKE AT SIMPSONS-SEARS STORE HOURS: Open Daily a.m. la p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. lo p.m. Centre Villag.. Telephone 358-9231 CHEVROIET -BISCAYNE -BEL AIR -IMPAIA -CAPRICE -MONTE CARLO CONVENIENT V i TERMS CAN BE TAILORED TO SUIT YOUR INDIVIDUAL NEEDS Continues for the month of March. We're out to break our first quarter sales record and to accomplis h this we're offering terrific deafs on the fabulous new 72 models. You can save ftundreds now... and we're paying top allowances on premium late trades. There never was a better time to deal... See one of the Beny boys now... and swing into Spring in the car CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE SHOWROOM OK SUPERMARKET Phone 327-3147 Phone 327-3M8 Before you buy at Beny's or you may pay loo much ;