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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 32 THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, May 10, 1973 Dream-like gardens at realistic low prices start at Simpsons-Sears gardenshop. Gladiolus Bulbs Pkg. of 10. Top quality bulbs 12' 14 c.m. Dahlia Bulbs Pkg. of 2 Giant decoratives, cactus, pompoms. Great value. Ash Green Excellent ihcd'e Iree, grOwi from 30-40 ft. Fine French Hybrid Lilac a-98 Fragrant, with huge blooms. 6 colours. Assorted 250 Garden Seeds Imagine! Any 8, 25C packets for only S1.49. Gold Label Lawn Food Controlled rslessa For 5000 sq. ft coverage. Bundle of 3 Hydrangea Beautiful white flowers, turn pink, most attractive. IAWNFOOD Beautiful roses Choice of 8 varieties Peonies 3 per bag Beautiful plants, flowers. Buy today. I LAZY MAN I 5-10-5 j1 Rose Food [per plant limited Quontity Two-year quality plants that include: Hybrid Glory, Peace. Eliza- beth. Floribunda, like Frensham Climb- ers like Blaze 30% Merion Grass Seed Q99 s-ib. 1 Ib. boq 2.98 16" Spreader Low Priced Use to spread seed or fertilizer Economy value. LAWN FOOD 5-5-0 All organic pro- cessed sewage will not burn. 50 Ibs. covers 2000 sa. ft. 40'x50'. ONION SETS Over 125 Bulbs Multiplier Onions Ib. rose So ray Peony rings Pkg. of 6 349 Green plastic covered steel. Good value. Gnrfin Poplar to 6-7 feet, grows Rose Floral Aerosol spray 177 Kills insects and helps prevent diseases. Hose-End Sprayer Sprayer attaches to hose end. Save by buying now. 2-gal. Sprayer ot Savings Reg. For insecucices or weedkiller Save! By now! Q98 Vinyl Trellis 72" high 60" trellis. Reg. 1-19. Now only 99e 2-gal. plastic Watering can 1-29 Attractive, light- weight can valus. Buy today. Bone Meal Organic Plant Food 2-n-o Cygon 2-E Insecticide Reg. S289 trees from insects. Now 229 Malathion Insect spray Stops spruce budworm and tres pests. Spray today! 4-in.x20-ft. Lawn Edging 89C Plastic edging to stop grass spread. Great idea. Plant Food 20-20-20 3-lbs. soluble food as used by people who know. 25-foot steel Roll Fence Rustproof with rugged green vinyl. Rubbermaid Border Fence 237 Expanding plastic with steel stakes. Very fancy. Dandelion Killer 32-oz. Reg- Kill dandelion or plantain in lawn. Buy now! Save! Women's Garden Gloves Stretch vinyl or hob-nob gloves. Low priced. SIMPSONS bears yaraensnop STORE HOURS: Open Doily from a.m. to p.m., Thurs. and Fri. a.m.to p.m. Centre Village Mall, Telephone 328-9231 Scouting By CA. Weekes At Taber, Flatlands District Boy Scouts council will meet at the school division's board room Wednesday evening, May 16, to complete some early summer programs. First will be the Scout-Cub cyclatbon. it will take place Saturday, May 26, with a run from the sugar factory piling grounds at Taber to the Vauz- hall Community Hall. The district's annual meet- Ing is slated for Friday eve- ning, June 1, when reports will be given and new offi- cers elected. A nominating committee comprising Colin Oddie, Ray Edwards and Dick Greenaway has been named. The annual Cub rodeo will be held at the LDS Church parking lot Friday evening, June 8, after school Farm- ers' Day is not being observ- ed in the Taber school divi- sion this year. Cubs participating will be Invited to the campfire pro- gram that evening at the Scout Island Camjporee where Scouts of the district will en- gage in a two-day camp-out, first of the soason. Plans will also be laid for district participation in the regional Jamborette at Camp Impessa from July 2 through 7. The meeting will also hear final reports on the ice rodeo along with a financial state- ment and a growth report showing enrolment compari- sons with last year's scouting activities. District president John W. Gray will conduct the meet- ing. Many thanks to our esteem- ed Taber journalist, Roscoe Gibb, for the above and for j his many services in the i cause of building better boys. j At Vulcan, the word was "buy a cookie." Brownie Kathy WasWewich and Girl Guides Shelley Robertson and Kari Gorbous sold enough cookies recently to help make the annual cookie drive the success it was. How about a nice hand for the girls? Meanwhile, over at Clares- holm, despite Che extremely unpleasant weather, cold and wet, Cubmaster Dave Thom- son says the Cub camp last weekend was "very good" and the boys enjoyed It very much. On the camp were 35 Cubs, Cubmaster Dave Thomson and assistant Cubmasters Norm Cutforth, Hugh W. Thompson, Don De Maere, Roger Thompson, assistant scoutmaster Peter Seward. The leaders did the cooking for the boys. The boys went out to the camp after school Friday and returnisd at 1 p.m. Sunday. Tents which had been erect- ed the evening before had blown down. The combined rain and snow prevented hikes and outdoor activities but the boys assembled in tte large building and enjoyed games and indoor activities. On no account would the boys call off the camp be- cause of the weather! Doing a' fine job over at Fort Macleod. says the barb- wire telegraph, are Elaine Erick, Tawny Owl, Bridie Doherty. Brown Owl and Edith Krill. Girls assisting the leaders are Charlene Bec- ker and Susan Schwindt. The group is sponsored by the Catholic Women'f League and is Interdenomin- ational. While on the activities of the fair and gentle sex, not forget Taber. Badges were presented at the regular Brownie meeting at the United Church gym. A large number of at- tended. Sheila Bevan received bar housekeeper badge, Mary El- len Bradley, baton twirling, toymaker, cook, writer, house- keeper and petkeeper bad- ges; Shelly Englcson, Skat-. ing; Stefanie Hamilton, mu- sician; Tonya Hovind, swim- mer and skater; Dawn Kon- das, .collector, cook and housekeeper Valarie Llptak, toymateir; Pamela Martens, housekeeper and collector- craft and Agnes Machacek, writer and toymaker. Catherine Machacke re- ceived her cook and book- lover badges; Louise Mach- acek, cook and thrift; Terest Mack, craft; Jennifer Pav- ka, collector; Janine Thibo- deau, booklover and petkeep- er; Snsan Vekony, toymaker and Pamela Callan, skater. Brown Owl, Marjorie Mar- tin and Tawny Owl, Marino Hamilton complimented the girls on their hard work. Brownies, Guides and Ran- gers were invited by the Flat- lands District, to participate in a cyclathon May 26 from Taber to Vauxhall. Proceeds will go to the Local Associa- tion for Guiding Fund. Good hunting, all! 'Pass hospital backs plan for services BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Pass General Hos- pital administrator Ernie Luini has reported the hospital board will support the suggestion made recently by the provin- cial hospital inspector that a sub committee for regional planning be organized. The committee, to comprise a cross section of local citizens, would undertake the regional planning of health services and undertake enquiry towards long-range planning for facili- ties including the Chinook Health Unit, preventive social service, the department of so- cial development and others. Mr. Luini also advised tin hospital board will lend its sup- port to the Foothills Association for the Mentally Retarded on proposed projects. These in- clude an adult training centre for the handicapped in south- western Alberta. Meanwhile, reports presented at the board meeting indicated that good progress is being made on the nursing home and senior citizens complex be- ing constructed on the east side of the hospital. It is expected the units will be in full opera- tion in early fall. Many local sendee groups pfnd organizations are spon- soring various activities to raise funds to provide various facilities for the senior citi- zens home and nursing com- plex. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Mechnnk Capitol Furniture Bldg. PHONE 328.7684 DUNLOP FORD SALES LTD. 1510 Mayor Mag rath Drive, MEMBER FORD RENTACAR SYSTEM Office 328-8861 Res. 328-6446 FOR RENT By Day Week Month PINTO PINTO STATION WAGON MAVERICK TORINO FORD TON 1 TON -FOR YOUR HOLIDAYS Pleasure and Leisure 4 TRUCK and CAMPER UNITS Wend 11' Book Earlyl For unit and date of your FORD RENT-A-CAR ;