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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHfeRIDGE HERALD MONDAY, MAY 20, 1946 Southern Winners Named In Wheat Pool Contest LOCAL MAN IS COACH the class o' Anhur ChV-sSnarin a.'. the Montreal ical 4r- cf tie Jui-Lsrc cx-rioo. CE ,_ i Vert a concert S s Weather 61 63 66 Si 61 4? -3 30 i.t JO x: ccacsed several Thirty-five farm boys and girls I from all Alberta are being given an opportunity to attend the jfTarra Young Peoole's Week at the University of Alberta, June 6 to 13. i Their transportation and to- s wards their board and room :s beu x rf 1 ssid by the Alberta Wheat PooL The SsT This scheme TO smarted las; >ear courage leadership among young farm people and to gire thexa the advantage of gecung together dur- PRINCESS OIL FIELD tug the instructive Farm Young t People's Week. The ninners, selected by a drswf.> under the supervision of K. J. Mor-; nscc, A induce the frora South Alberta: Sab-district A-l, Jack of.-> Neauscara. j-> Sua-distric; A-3, A. 3C. Kaupp of i Davton. A-5, West MUSICAL FESTIVAL TUBS. i Saij-iistrict Loree L. Miller i? i of Barons T I gab-district A-9, Ijarraine M. Sec- v {erberg of Seven Persons. I B-i. George I. I of Creston. 3.C. i 1 B-S, Jaraes Bians of j1? Musical festival sessions Tuesday include the fol- lowing: Morning Choral soeaSteg classes, grades 1, 2. 4: city choruses, grades 2. 3. 4; chor- -oses. grades 6, 7, 8; public school choruses; choral speaking, grade 7: junior and ssmor duologue classes: junior cup competi- tion; grade S choral speak- ing; public school chorus, ciivisioii three; public school test, division three; iwgh school chorus. Ail ses- sions will be held at Scath- nunster church. DISTRICT COCET M- Ecmansori cf Cai- :o hold crstnc: co-irt chambers here Tiiescsy. One Garment Per Person Minimum In Clothes Drive 4- less ens __ Gatresed t Asia, m sa. preside Vancxju'ier Victoria s'.rrossa snc issued "at 11 20 bv cr- a: Scmcnion: Valid "Syaojssis Synopsis st 5'30 ajn. today. Warier is entering Alaerta from the south and tvtU give tem- peratrres of aboct 75 in Alberta rodav. The trarra speU be shortlived as cooler sir over sorthem Britisn Coltimbis or: to the prairres Tuesday. is to sccompan- coolo" outbreak in the Pesce In Alberts oy Hanson says tooa... ri being tlv interested in the Xatasal j Tsiesesy wtncs are expected Tuesdav in southern Al- berts. Forecast Widely scattered showers late afternoon otherwise clear and -rarr-er light Clothmg Collection "W should be the contriou- Essy be stn-e that the Moni- xesf Board" of Trade eamestiy in every isay. possiTue those who are in cnarge a. ilis effort." Canadian Bed Cross Society 5s "also baciang the effort msde from otce 11 to June S3, tocoHect several minions of serviceable csed clotnmg. C f McSachrsn. chsirmsn of the National Women's "War Wors Com- of tie for I Cloudy Tuesday afternoon and North -snad 0 m-u-h. gssts to 50 in the afternoon. Loir TO- 40. Tuesday 60. ssy and icdav vita -sncely scatteir- shotrers. Cloudy Tuesday and considerably cooler iarzth _ rain _in afternoon. North iztii CTSS to 60 m-p-h. st Medi- cine Hat 43, high Tuesday 60. letter to all tne rmsri of ine committee acrcss Canada the -Rorsers to give to the campaign tne co-operaaon and assstaoce as las. jua. 3dc3achrsi, !n hgr letter, savs "We asain corcrresa tms ce2eat effon; TO suppart TOU are abls to give it. We feel thas it ments the wnole-hesrtea sanoart of lie Canadian Bed Cross More Donations To Cancer Fund OSdsls of the L-ethbrSdge and district cancer campaign drive TCere cheered recently by the receipt, of -mn additional S450 in doaataons, bringing the total to date to Anr residents of the city and dis- trict "tcho desire to further cosnibutiaris to the fund, sis in- vited to make the conaticris to Miss Dorothy Johnston is. the city haH or iaiern. to the Cancer Cara- paign pund s.z city halL BEVERAGE BOTT is being in fee of tiisstics, textiles, pharroa- ceaticals, penicillin and esplosiTes. Kffl Those Dandelions on Your Lawn With 2-4-D FROM: THE North Lethbridge Hardware CURJSTENSENBROS. PHONE 28O2 f PHONE MY OR NIGHT CHAPEL AHa Wheat Pool-side, is to en- MANY AT FUNERAL OF LATE G. A. HADUNGTON Impressive testimony to a life of sen-ire and outstanding agricultural achievement iras given here Sat- urday af icrnoon at lueeral services, for the late George Albert Ead- j tegton. well known seed grower of j the White School liismct who pass-! ed aivsy at bJs home May 15 alter; residing in the city since 1944. Rev. H. A- Mutchmor conducted the! funeral rites before a nuraber of: friends and relatives gathered in Martin Bros, chapel, later holdtag ihe graveside rites in the Moun- tain View cemetery, Lethhrldge. i A solo vcas beaatdulir rendered J bv Mrs. Jcyce Petrie. i "Pallbearers trere: A. Tiffin. J. Tiffin. G. W. Murray, A. Petrie. R. A. Henderson and J. Coupland, Nivea Creme The Cream SOC and Nivea Soap Jackson Draffin The Family Drus Phone 3364 Announcements DH. D. A. BT ESXTI3T Phone 24S7. (Not jsz listed in 17S4 Cards Of Thanks Mr. Arthur Ingrain to ex- press his and appreciation 'jo the doctor and the nurses for fcfsy. durmg recenii 511- ness. He also -cishss to ihank the ijlood donors, as his fneuds remejabersd. or cards a-nn these cailsd. 652 Meetings Masonic Kotice An emergent meet; rig of York Lodge No. 119, AJP. RTIP A3S.. -Kill be held in the Masonic CTussday }everung. May 2ist ac 8 o'clock- The P. C. degree be conferred. Visitsug members sze cordially 1.O.OJ1. A special meetine Tfill be in tne Odd rfcilcTCS Sail on Tuesday evening, iiav 2lst, at 3 o" Grand Master. Bro- Wooaaro, be in attendance, and all Odd are invited to attend. K. of C. to Meet A regular meeting of the Knights of Columbus TViil be iseld ex the Parish Ball on Tuesday. Slay 21st at Masonic Notice A meeting of Chanry lodge No. 57 and _A AT., -will be held in the Masonic Hall 10th Street 5-. to- night. May 2Oih at 8 pun. AH visit- ing brethren are cordially incited. Xjetlxbridge EncampniezLt Lethhridge Encataprocnc So. 7. IXXOJF., hold a special meeting on Monday, May 20, at, 8 p-ro. lor the purpose of conferring tJie Boyal Pnrple Degree. All Patriarcns are asted to attend. COUNTED ALLEY CATS IN EARLY MORNING A note! excuse for a woman to be -Rrancering about a. lace m the dcnniixjvra section at m the j morning came before Magistrate: Ben Metcalfe in city police court Monday curing the trial of Tiioraiison of Lethbridge on a charge of failing to give police a satisfactory explanation after they accosted her in the lane. Police testified that vraen they asked her vhat stie doing in the lane at that lirae of the night, she insisted: 'Tin couutiEg alley Later toid ttem: "It's mv business." His trorsiup found the guilty after nollce Cescnbed. some of her past activities and she remanded for sentence until next Monday morning. TURXABOTTT The laminous platyura ful- tcmi, spins a in the larva stage to catch spiders. SPIKE JONES Will Make'a PERSONAL APPEARANCE Here in our Store on Tuesday, May 21 at approximately 4 o'clock :n the afternoon, for the purpose of meeting his followers and auto- graphing his records. Drop around about 4 p.m. to "ZOUK, RECORD CENTRE" Carol Drake tells how to prepare outdoor meals For fun, there's nothing better than eating out-of-doors. That's why -are sug- gest that you get an earlv start and enjoy tne picnic and bart-cue season to the fullest- This coming holiday or oSers a grand opportunity to usher in the season. PLAN A If you're aa outdoor cooking enthusiast, then high time to get the embers glowing in the barbecue pit. But don't be dasnttd if vou hav ea't a pit over which to cook. Follow the old-fashioned way by dig- ging a hole in the ground about a foot deep and as big around as you need. Then support a grill or wire rack on two stones or bricks over the hole. Start your fire early so that your "pit" will be half full of glowing embers by barbecue time. BARBECUE BREAKFAST Basket of Oranges and Apples Barbecued link Sausage or Skfflet Sausage Cakes Fried or Scrambled Eggs Flapjacks Heated Syrup or Molasses Plenty of Coffee DINNER OR SUPPER BARBECUE Barbecued or Chicken Halves Reheated Spicy Baked Beans Chilled Canned Tomatoes Cole Slaw Split Toasted Buns Fresh Fruit Cheese Chunks kabobg, siring small squares of raeat, bacon and onion slices alternately en long fork, brofl. FOR THE If picnics are im- promptu affairs in your home, then be ready with the "makings" already on hand. SANDWICH PICNIC Assorted Sandwiches of Cold Meat and Creaxa Cheese. Chopped Egg and Onion, and Peanut Butter and Jelly Potato Chips or Potato Salad Pickles, Olives, Raw Carrots, Lettuce Wedges Filled Cookies, Cup Cakes, Fruit, Salted Nuts HOT DISH PICNIC Casserole of Spaghetti and Meat French or Rye Bread Pickled Beets Whole Tomatoes Deviled Eggs Applesauce or Pineapple Upside Down Cake casserole of food will keep hot for several hours when wraprM'd while hot in ten or twelve thicknesses of news- paper. The Bureau An fxtrx St-ncc 8e sure to include these to your picnic basket 1 Bread pony Peanuts AND DON'T FORGET TO BUY SAFfWAy for your Picnic Supplies The month of May brings outdoor attractions that few can re- sist. Mild weather and green countryside combine to make it a" perfect season for picnics. So why not plan your picnic today. Start with a visit to Safeway. Select your favorites from our large assortment of foods for out-of-doors eating. Spiced Ham Buras Burns' 12-oz. tin OOC Orange Juice Stuffed.......'........................9-oz. jar 46C Potted Meats FRESHER It's u> easy to forget cigarette, and tobacco when you'rft planning your picnic stock up at Safeway today! FROM COUNTRY For quality and variety select your fresh, fruits and vegetables at Safeway today. Oranges Onions Carrots s Tomatoe Grapefruit Ib, 25c ib, 15C i3c ..H, 14C 2lc He New Potatoes 5 23c New California 2 Ibs. 27c Miscellaneous Values Sardines ou, 1 Ic oc BiSCUltS 3J3.C. ass't.................14-oz. pkg. Grape Juice weich-s..........32-02. toae 55c Apple JuiCe Sun Rype, 20-oz. ......2 tins Finiit NeCtar concentrated ...-12-oz. bo-.tie Pretzel StiXnysrade pkgr- if. -m KV PotatO ChlpS Saratoga ............2 pigs- J. C Cottage Cheese Purity......12-02. ctn-lSc Wax Paper FOOC saver........ioo-it. roii Serviettes Nook saps, 70-5............z Pkgs. 21C Coffee Airwsy......................1-lb. psg. 3iC Tea BagS canrerburr-, 30-s Coffee N Coffee Grapefruit Juice ....M-OB. tan 14c E21 Edwards' 1-lb. Pineapples Fresh Cuban 2 Ibs. 35c MEATS 70 PIE ASf Jam