Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
INt UTHMKMI IMUIB BETA SIGMA PHI SORORITY SIGMA CHAPTER ADVERTISER 70 THE COSMOTIQUE LTD. Mrs. Nellie Piercey shows Mn. Eva Mercer their complete Tine of Elizabeth' Arden beauty propels. The Cosmotique olio fea- tures a Gentleman's Corner -.vith a-wide selection of men's toiletries. Prop in and visil Mrs. popular boutique for "him" eind "her" ol 305 6th Street South, downtown. SUN UFE ASSURANCE COMPANY OF CANADA: Mr. W. D. J. Fellows, Branch Manager it explaining to Mri. Joan -Dingle Ihe many features.of a Sun Life Policy. This is a service provided by all Sun Life L. Soderquist, G. N. Hopkins., J. C. Coenen, Kaz Haroga; R. Alexander and Gory C lei and. LETHARIDGE HOUSE OF COLOR: Mr. H, U. Schuli and Mrs. Marie Bartosek admire the exciting new line of 1970 'vinyl wallpapers. Hobby enthusiasts also- have a targe selection of supplies to choose from for their individual crafts. The House of Color is located in the College Mall. SEVEN-UP (LETHBRIDGE) BOTTLING CO. Mrs. Doreen Socferqutst of Sigma Chapter and Mr. Glyn Caie, Sales Manager representing Seven-Up (Leth.) Bo Ml ing. Both agree that 7-Up, ihe Un-eota, is a treat for any age. DON CALDER INTERIORS LTD.: Mrs. Joan Ding fa looks over a Darmh Teokwcod furniture dis- play with Mr. Don Colder. For the ultimate in high style furnish- ings, Don Colder Interiors Ltd. is your first stop. STAR TAXI: Mr. J; Dennis lands a TieTprng' hand tc Mrs. Barbara McKenno. Star Toxis-art equipped wJrn tvb radios for prompt, efficient service. For tripi near or far call a Sta'rl G. H. BAXTER AND SON (1968) LTD. Mrs. Marlene Armstrong is helped fey Mr. A. W. (Joe) Sc hand or to choose a new vanity for her home at Baxter's.- They render prompt and reliable service for all your plumbing CANADA PACKERS: Mrs. Doreen Soderquisf along with Canada Packers tales rep- resentative Mr. Howard Airfield view a display of Maple Leaf. Crghed and Smoked Mftal products of Canada Packerj, "Maple Leaf" Pledge of Finest Quality. FRACHES FLOWER SHOP: Mrs. Jennifer Little admires an attractive flov.-cr arrangement shown lo h-r by Mr. Shigehiro of Frache's Flower Shop, ipeeiclisU In flora) for oil occasions. EPICURE FINE FOODS: Mrs. Sharon Wilson is shown the fine array of imported cheeses by Mr. F, Sharon is interested in the fondue cheese. Mr. Konrad olsc serves delicious sandwiches from his snack bar and will cater to home or office. They ere open from Monday to Sat- urday 70 a.m. tc T2 Midnight and are located at 40c 8th Street, South of Simpson Sears in the Professional Bldg. THE MARQUIS STEAK AND RIB ROOM: Mrs. Beth Gillis and Mr. Peter Hale look on while their ex- perienced Chef prepares a Chateaubriand for two. Its the Mar- quis for your finest dining and entertainment. BAKER'S FABRIC CENTRE: Mrs, Dolores Christie and Mrs. Loucne Prince, Manageress, o lot about fabrics. They wisely choose one of the beauliful new forlrels far Spring. Louene will gladly assist her with of their sewing needs. LETHBRIDGE OPTICAL DISPENSING OPTICIAN: Mr. Bart Langenberg, assisting Mrs. Jeaneite Scotler to select o pair of frames, Mr. Langenberg invites to come in ond see their complete selection at The lowest prices in town. CAROUSEL KNITTTNG SHOP: Mrs. Bickman shows 1o Mrs. Marie Barlosek lovely knit made up of yarn from the Carousel Knitting Shop, Ihe place to Bhop for all your knitting needs. MARK MANUFACTURING LTD.; Mr. Jim Stead, manager of Mark III Manufacturing Lid. is show- ing Mrs. Gloria Virostek some of the important features offered in a Mark III recreational vehicle. Mark III is located at 474 6th St. N. SOUTHERN SECURITY SERVICES: Specializing in the following fields of security; Recreational Centres, Mobile Security Pro- gramme, Undercover Agents (Mate and Canine Patrols, and 24 hour coverage for in- dustries. The locally owned office is located at the College Mcll, 328-6454. Our Sigma girl is Mrs. Marlene Arms Iron g. J With the help of these merc'nants Sigma Chapiter of Beta Sigma Phi is able to participate more fully in Service Projects'. The University will receive an athletic Scholarship for a female student, the Skating Club will receive a donation towards furthering the training of a student in file Advanced lessons, and the YWCA will receive financial assistance towards various necessary equipment purchases. DORREN ELECTRIC LTD. Mrs. Maureen Rigo is seen displaying just one'of Darren Electric's many supplies. They ef- ficiently cover electrical service for industrial, oilfield, commercial and maintenance projects. Dorren Electric is located at 226 22nd St. N.