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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta DISTRICT Wielands mark anniversary IRON SPRINGS (HNS) The auditorium of the Hunts- ville School at Iron Springs was decorated in a yellow and white motif for a party honor- ing Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wie- land on the occasion of their silver wedding anniversary. Almost 300 guests were in attendance and a novelty pro- gram featuring dance numbers, musical selections, and read- ings was presented. Walter V. Boras was master of ceremonies. Howard B. Haney presented Mr. and Mrs. Wieland with a gift of lamps on behalf of the community. A family presentation was made by their son, Leslie Wie- land. Bake sale Friday BELLEVUE (CNP The Slideview Ladies Associa- tion of the Bellevue United Church will hold a bake sale in the premises next door to Bert's Barber Shop Friday at 10 a.m. HELP WANTED BAR HELP MALE OR FEMALE Dishwasher for washing dishes by machine. Spare help for 1 or 2 nighfs per week. PHONE MANAGER Elks Club of Lethbridge 327-7219 Get Your MOTHER'S DAY Potted Flowers at ELTA'S GROCERY 1016 9th AVE. 5. and their display at THE COLLEGE MALL Featuring Mums Begonias Garden Mums Ferns Hanging Baskets Dracenasf etc. Geraniums FROM V and UP Potted Flowers Last Longer We Know We Grow Them! Thursday, May 10, 1973 THE LETHMIDGE HERALD IS Taber band uniforms to cost TAKER (HNS) The Taber Exhibition Association will co- ordinate a financing program to raise from to to purchase uniforms for the Ta- ber Community Band. Bandmaster N. Milton Iver- son met recently with the exhi- bition board to explain the pro- gram of the band. Fifty mem- bers are involved. Cost of uniforms was esti- mated at just over each. The meeting also heard plan- ning chairman William Galvin outline proposals for an exhibi- tion building capable of accom- modating indoor rodeos and roping events in its multi-pur- pose concept. Preliminary planning on the 120-by-240 foot building will pro- ceed. A committee headed by Gordon Saunders will assess the prospective uses and rev- enue for the building for am early report. 'LADIES NIGHT' BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) The Blairmore Lions Club will hold a "ladies night" May 28 when local women and oth- ers who assisted with the an- nual Crowsnest Pass Muiio Festival will be guests. JEAN SWIHART photo. Best friend this duck ever had If a duck didn't drop in once in a while, this life would be for the birds. One-year- old Bryce McNab of Fort Macleod is going to climb aboard his new friend and fly the cradle coop. Well not quite. David McNab took Mr. Duck to his ranch, gave him a bite to eat, and sent him north. Earlier it looked like he might settle down. But the price of property is for the birds. This lone mallard depided to take a look see. He was spot- ted resting on the awning of Neddow's store and after a short period of "casing the joint" took off, flew down Main Street, turned a 90-degree angle and proceeded south. He landed in a real estate office but couldn't raise the down payment. David McNab took him home, gave him directions for the flight notrh. Taber hospital needs cash despite Edmonton platitudes TABER (HNS) Despite provincial government advice that the province will pick up all hospital costs under the nev tax reduction formula, recently town council was advised b; Taber General Hospital that a supplementary requisition o one moll could be expected to FREDDIE'S BIG BONUS OFFER BUY BENJAMIN-MOORE'S BEST EXTERIOR PAINTS AND SAVE Regular 13 JO gal YOU PAY ONLY PER GAL PLUS RECEIVE ONE QUART OF AMY BENJAMIN-MOORE PAINT IN THE STORE choose from Aquaglo Interior Latex Satin Enamel 4.40 qt. Aquavelvet Interior Latex Flat Enamel 4.40 qt. Super Still White Hi Gloss Enamel 4.7Q qt. Exterior Primer 4.10 qt. Marine Spar Varnish 4.20 qf. Urethane Varnish 4.65 qt. The above are just a few examples of products available on this bonus offer. FREDDIE'S PAINT WESTERN LTD. 816 3rd Avenue S. Phone 327-5540 "WHERE QUALITY SELLS FOR LESS SERVICE IS A MUST" CLOSED SATURDAY AFTERNOONS cover other costs not being paid from Edmonton. The supplementary amoun was increased to 2.465 mills in correspondence tabled at the most recent meeting of council covering a requisition for pay ment to the hospital board o Council was advised that ap- proval of the Alberta Hospitals Commission is being sought for the year's budget. Council took no action on the matter. Lions aid school) oldttmers BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Blairmore Lions have ap- proved a donation of for tro- phies and awards for the Isa- bella Sellon School. The club also decided to pick up the tab for the senior citi- zens bus for May. The club is planning the an- nual giant auction sale to be held at Blairmore Saturday, May 26. Something Is Happening At R6KLSKHK Great Zap The Prices Sale On KEM Quality Paints SUPER KEM-TONE LATEX FLAT PAINT Reg. 9.79. J QQ Now, gal....... 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