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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Royal couple asked to tea LONDON Anne and Capt. Mart Phillips hive been invited to tea in South won as they get married Wednes- y. The day. .woold-be ld-be seven-year-old Miranda Jac- aucv sMgeited they bring pf wedding cake aloof The invitation was in a gi- ant red leather album pre- sented to the couple for their marriage by the Save The Children of which Anne is president. The book con- tains drawings and poems by more than 100 ydungiters in all parts of the Signing herself spe- cial Miranda let the princess into a family teeth fell out in PBWY photos by bill groenen Tis the season all follies the fun of it Soggy mitts teamed up with soppy blue snow-drenched socks and plenty of cold creeping into boots that haven't been laced up quite right. That's the joy of tobagganing when weekend weather sports a .Chinook and the hills and valleys break out in people. All sizes head for the dragging along full-scale zippy flying the latest in plastic snow-goers and the oc- casional inner tube. Coming down is although many don't make the complete journey. It's the 'up' that's tough go- ing but still worth every minute. MMMPOtriAiil WINTER IS YWCA activities ___Ptaohftaf ta the Sound But rising cost in food prices isn't and these days everyone Is looking for savings. Starting last the YWCA is offering a coarse on how to get the most from ypw food dollar. Mtrition cuts of and other infor- mation concerning the cost of eating will bt presented to all partrclpants. If you are wtersstcd ii helping your food and wouM still likt w phone or come to the at JO p.m. A gigantic week-long book sate for the fall of 1974 is planned. It is our hope to start collecting for this project now to ensure a large collection for nut year's sate. If you nave sheet knitting and craft magazines and of cour.se hard-covered and paper-backed please call 377-294 or 337-aMt for or if you like drop them off at the 404 tth St. South. A Thanks to hard work by a kK of people the 1st annul HatntMl tremendous success. For interests the House was visited by over people. We would like to thank all who helped In any way and our appreciation goes out to all bBSinesses who donated or loaned equipment. Without you and your support our Haunted House wouldn't have been the success it was. FOOT NOTES by JOE N yoi hm par of MHR N yw iai't GHK stw m have. FOR EVERYBODY the Boss isn't going col- just wants to show -oft his sheet from JOE GREEN'S. I Opon 9 p.m. Joe GREEN'S SHOES Downtown en Sitth Join the millions of Canadians who own Canada's most popular personal investment This year there is quite a bit of variation In finishing times of the different classes. Par- ticipants are asked to please check witt their Instructor as to ITNOWI BUY CANADA SAVINGS BONDS TODAY ;