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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta WedntuJay, May 3, 1972 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 Period gowns to be displayed FORT MACLEOD OINS) The Anglican Church Women arc bringing Mrs. Lucille Kracmcr of Calgary and her collection ot authentic period gowns to the Elks Hall Hoy 31. The gowns will lie modelled by local women and all will be for sale. Mrs. Kracmcr has a unique liobby. She studies the dress o( different eras and then she haunts rummage sales, second hand stores and antique dealers for materials to create cos- tumes. Her desire to show the cos- tumes she makes has taken her from Saskatoon's famous Pion- Era Days to Ihe Royal Mu- seum at Toronto. AH Ihe dresses she is brine- ing to Fort Macleod are of the 1800 era. The purpose of her fashion show is to acquaint women with the costume they will, for dress-up occasions, be wearing for the Centennial cel- ebrations from October, 1973 to Miss Dee King, modelling, is the great-granddaughter of E. II. Maunsell, one of Col. James Kacleod's famous force that ar- rived here Oct. 13, 11174 to es- tablish the first fort in the west. William Orl'iiio elected bv Junior Achievement groups MISS DEE KING MODELS 19th CENTURY GOWN TABER (HNS) The formal organization of a Junior Achievement board of directors saw William J. Orfino named president and James L. George named secretary. Committee heads arc Eric G. Leigh, counselling firms; and Edward H. Fong, facilities. The hoard discussed Ihe two basic requirements of financial support and supervision per- sonnel. Contacts will be made for financial support to raise the proposed 1972-73 budget of ?2.000. Six people will be required, on a voluntary basis, to super- vise the student junior achieve- ment clubs. A paid program di- rector is also required. The board seeks offers for as- sistance in these two fields. President Orfino explained that junior achievement Is an e d u cational organization, sup- ported by business and indus- try, service clubs and private citizens, whose program aimed at teaching high school students the economic values of initiative and effort. Through a practical learn-by- doing process, students or- ganize and manage their own small-scale businesses, with an advisory assist from local business executives. An initial survey in the R Myers High School and the St Mary's Separate High School indicates a very high interest among the students. More than 60 students have indicated their willingness to work in Junior Achievement projects during the next school year. Miss King is modelling a rov al blue tafetla gown of Hie 1800s. The dress, bag and hat are on display in a local store and will be awarded May 31. Taber Rodeo Queen title sought by (our girls TAIiER (HNS) Four can- didates are in the running for the Taber Rodeo Queen compe- tition, committee chairman Mark Birch told the rodeo meeting recently. last year's champion saddle They are Miss K a r c n bronc. Schmidt, Moose Lodge; Miss Anna Rudolph St. Mary's School; Miss Jean Ferguson W. R. Myers School; and Miss Joanne Schmidt Taber Rop- ing Club. The rodeo committee Sunday, May 21, as family day at the rodeo. Moonshine, of the National Ro- deo Finals, will be in action at this year's two-day show Sun- day and Monday, along with Women aid band -j-URix dlXSi The Turin church Women met re- set centh. at ,hc home of Ml.s E McBeath. Mrs. M. Trofancnko is pres- Stock contractor Reg Kcsler onfirmed that the current The trees planted on the j grounds last year are well and jlflcnl- thriving An additional 1.000 l was decided to donate fcon trees to be planted early in to the Picture Butte band and Mav will complete the wind- -WOO to the Iron Springs Lm- ted Church for local expenses. Tliis money is raised through the sale of coffee at the local service garage. The women will meet al the Turin United Church Hall on the third Tuesday of each month lo talk while they quill, knit or sew. An invitation is ex- tended to all the women of the community who would like to attend. Graduates TURIN (HNS) Brian Mc- Eeath has just finished his uni- versity training in the field of geology and will be employed by an oil company in Calgary. Red Shield fund drive has started The Salvation Army has an- nounced the annual Red Shield canvass for funds is under way. The canvass is being con- ducted in the rural areas sur- rounding Lelhbridge. The Salvation Army requires the suport of southern Alber- tans in its efforts lo bring hap- piness in its community ser- vices program. If you are missed during May. your donation may be mailed" to the Salvation Army, 1302 4Ui Ave. South, Leth- bridge. Spring social COUTTS (HNS) The Coutts LDS Relief Society par- ticipated in the slake relief so- ciety annual spring social at Raymond. The theme was "relief so- ciety around the world.'' Each ward in the stake pre- pared a booth representing a different country. Coutts repre- sented Switzerland and had an interesting display with Rosa Oertli and Kirby Hogensen in native costume. The program consisted of stories, songs and dances of the different countries. Coutts provided a Swiss mu- sical number by Kirby Hogen- sen and Lcc Johansen. Twenty -three people from Coutts attended. F.AHLY lilltl) LPII de- of 1'ort Maclpml has in his snow slun-pl for a line. HP savs prrlly sorm lie's iidiiig I" trade Ihr Imp in for a fishing rnil. ll's .1 jjriinil nnil film-Ions Ihr. cnrty bird flcls tbo worm and Hsh. District doings Action committee CRANBROOK (Special) East Kootenay Labor Council April meeting at Fertile re- cently named a "political ac- tion committee" with two elec- ions in the wind. Chairman is Ezncr DeAnna, UMWA, Sparwood, Wayne itone, Carpenters and Joiners, md also EKLC chairman, ranbrook, Art Damstrom, WA, Cranbrook, Jim Patter- son, and Harold Honeyman, USWA, Kimberley, and a rep- resentative of the UMWA at Elkford. Committee members -will shortley begin organized sup- port in their local areas toward Section support. Brown Owls NATAL (HNS) Mrs. Ther- esa Kratz of Elkford, district commisssioner for the newly- formed Elford district, was the special guest at the recent meeting of the Sparwood Brownie. Mothers Committee held at the home of Mrs. Thelma Thomson in Sparwood. Also in attendance was divi- sion commisssioner Mrs. Lois Serafini of Fernie. At the meeting Mrs. Pauline Cibulka of Sparwood was ap- pointed deputy commissioner. The next meeting of the Sparwoood Brownie Mothers Committee will be held May 10 at the home of Mrs. Jannette Grocutt in Sparwood. Shower held NATAL (HNS) A miscel- laneous shower was held in St. Michael's Hall at Sparwood re- cently in honor of Miss Nancy Stephenson, daughter of Mrs. Mary Stephenson of Sparwood. She was escorted into the hall by Miss Judy Krall of Sparwood and sister in law. Mrs. Sheryl Stephenson of Elk I Valley. The evening was spent with guests playing games ot whist and bingo. The guest book was attended by Miss Kelly DePaoli of Spar- wood, cousin of the bride-lobe, and Miss Linda Lalka of Elk Valley. To parley GOLEM AN (C N P Coleman CWL president Mrs. Molly Strickland and Mrs. Anna Dick, charter member, will attend the annual Golden Jubilee convention of the Cal- gary Diocesan CWL May 5, 6 and 7 in Calgary. Mrs. John Sikora was named the Coleman League's eldest member and although she will not be able lo attend l.hc b.-iiv qiict, she will receive a ribbon and a letter of greeting. Supper succeeds COLEMAN (CNP A pot-luck supper and evening of bingo, sponsored by tho Coleman CWL, was well at- tended by guests from Ihe Blairmorc and Bellcvue CVYL as well as members of tho Holy Spirit Church Choir and CAPITOL FURNIJURE FINAL This Is III 5-PCE. TYNAN CHEST 5TE. Florals, Reg. SAIE 2-PCE. TYNAN CHEST. 5TE. Golden Sunlight contemporary high back. Reg. SAIE 2-PCE. KROEHLER STE. Smart gold stripe Herculon. Featuring walnut wood trim, Reg. SALE 2-PCE. LARGE COLONIAL SUITE BY KROEHICR. Choice of fabrics. Reg. SAIE 2-PCE. FRENCH PROVINCIAL SUITE. In a beau- tiful luigi Turg fabric. Reg. SALE 3-PCE. ELEGANT FABRIC SECTIONAL. Choice of Sapphire or Persimon. Reg. SALE l CHESTERBED. Tweeds. Rcj. J199 SALE STOREWIDE SPRING Everything Goes'. 7-PCE. CINNAMON WAtNUT DINING SUITE. Featuring buffet, hutch, extension table and 4 chain. Reg. ..............SAIE SEAIY POSTUREPEDIC UNIT Reg. SAIE 476" SIMMONS UNITS. In 373" and 476" Reg. SAIE 10 CUBIC FT. ADMIRAL FRIDGE. White (Avocado available at 10.00 more) Reg. SALE 13 CUBIC FT. ADMIRAL FRIDGE. White. Reg. SALE 13 CUBIC FT. WESTINGHOUSE FROST FREE FRIDGE. White. Reg. SALE 22.5 CUBIC FT. WESTINGHOUSE FREEZER. Reg. SALE Big Selection'. WESTINGHOUSE PORTABLE DISHWASHER. Copperlone. Reg. SALE 30" BEACH ELECTRIC RANGE. Whito. Reg. 30" BEACH GAS RANGE White. Reg. SALE WESTINGHOUSE AUTOMATIC WASHER. White. Reg. 309.95 SAIE WESTIN6HOUSE MATCHING ELECTRIC DRYER. White. Reg. 214.95 SALE WESTINGHOUSE MATCHING GAS DRYER. White. Reg. 264.95 SALE 5-PCE. SUITE. Walnut-white. Reg. SALE 7-PCE. SUITE. Walnut-while. Reg. SAIE Reg. SALE 19" ADMIRAL PORTABLE TVi B and W Reg. A NEW SHIPMENT OF A great selection of TABLE LAMPS and SWAG LAMPS 23" WESTINGHOUSE CON- SOLE TV. B and W. Reg. 289.95 SHAGS -k PLUSHES LOOPS -k SCULPTURES A large group of broken lines in COFFEE and END TABLES. Reduced up to In n wido assortment of colors TAKE YOUR PICKI 3 DAYS ONLYI 23" WESTINGHOUSE CON SOLE. Color. Reg. SET OF 3 TABIES-2 ends and 1 Coffee. Heavy walnut with black tops. Reg. Set With 5F Goodrich rubber underlay Reg. to 15.00 sq. yd. NOW ONLY, SQ. YD. COLONIAL 5-PCE. KITCHEN SUITE. In soft maple tones with Captains chair. Reg. 326 5th St. S. Phone 327-8578 CONVENIENT BUDGET TERMS AVAILABLE! Open 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. except Frl. 0 o.m. to P p m. ;