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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Attend parley FORT MACLEOD (Special) Alberta conference of United Church Women was held at the Olds Agricultural and Vocational Training Col- lege recently. There were 25 key women present to study belter methods of leadership for women within the structure uf the church. Attending from south Alberta were Mrs. Alice Cleland of Milk River and Mrs. Jean Swi- hart of Foil Maclood. I They will mcel with Soutl Alberta Presbyterial Women ii Bow Island Nov. 4. Harvest starts TURIN (HNS) The sugar beet harvest has started here. Darrell Wall of Burlcy, Idaho, trucker for sugar beet contractor Tony Hormolh, was first in line when the Tennion sugar beet dump opened. Twenty-one suga beet con- tractors have started digginD and hauling sugar beets. A to- tal of 208 trucks were unloaded the first day. There are 52 sugar beet con- tractors and a total of acres of beets this year. 16 candidates COALDALE (HNS) A "meet the candidate" niglit will be sponsored by the Coal- dale Chamber of Commerce at I 8 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 6, in I the John Davidson School. All ]fi candidates for town I council, two for mayoralty and three for the County of'Leth- bridge school board represen- tative, are expected to attend. Questions from the audience will be answered after the ad- dresses. To. honor flyers FORT MACLEOD (Special) The Fort Macleod and District Chamber of Commerce annual meeting will be a Walker-1 Aycock appreciation night. I The two men represented the town in the London to Victoria centennial air race. Baton lessons TURIN (MNSl Baton les- sons have started here again. Lessons include parade, soio strut, duet and trio, pom pom, corps and military Mrs. .lohn (Wendy) Van Den Broeke of Iron Springs is the teacher. There are l.'J pupils aged 10 and under, incuding five pre- schoolers. Seven Turin students aged 10 and older travel to Iron Springs for les.sons. Leadership Visits mother FONT MACLEOD (Special TORT MACLEOD (Special) Jtev. Ronald Hunt returned j Sammons, formerly of 'ram Banff where he attended i Fort Macleod. was a recent women enter race a two-week course on commu- nity leadership. If was sponsored by five wesicrn universities with Dr. Ed Moe an American Univer- sity professor, as leader. Some visitor with his mother, Mr.- Margaret Sammons. lie is new a "qualified mud- logger" or petroleum tcehician HALL PS55RES Picture Butte is making rapid progress. It is scheduled for completion in January. Of- fices, classroom, kitchen and a large recreation hall are included in the design. Chronik Construction has the contract for the building. CAKDSTON (HNS) There arc three women running for mayor and council in the Oct. 13 civir: election in Cardston. It has been many years since a woman was t ven nominated and 40 years Mnce one was successful in winning a seat. There has been one with- drawal in the nominations for mayor. The three remaining arc: incumbent Lloyd Grcgson, Gilbert Schaffer and Mrs. Vcie Lowry. There was also one with- drawal in the nominations for the council. There will be Id people try- ing for the six seats. They are: Mark Sommerfeldt, Donald Caldwell Guido Pontarollo, Lowell Hartley, Gordon Orr, Hubert Wes't, Alma Sommerfeldt (incum- Dr. Burns Larson. Mrs. Ellen Smith, Chester Aldridgc, .Tack Beck. Roger Jorgenscn, Stanley Johnson, Gilbert Smith, Mrs. Wanda Jensen, and Vern Quinton. There were three nomina- tions for the two hospital board members: incumbents Bruce Btirt and Bill Komrn and Leo School board cicelies will be held in November. Red Cross FORT MACLEOD _ The For! Macleod Red Cross I Branch will be holding a one- day Oct. 4, in Fort Macleod, to canvass for funds in support of the Red Cross programs. To maintain its many needed programs and services to the community the Red Cross ncerls increased financial sup- port. It looks to these annual fund raising campaigns for most of its funds. I By supporting this campaign you are supporting the Red I Cross and its vital services, of- ficials said. t'riday, October I, 1971 THE 1ETHBRIDGE HERAID 3 WEEKEND SPECIALS at CENTRE VILLAGE Store Mon., Wed., Tfiurs. ontl Fti. 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sat. 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. ANNUAL FALL SUPPER ST. ANDREW'S UNITED CHURCH HALt CARDSTON, AtBERTA Won., Oct. 4th to pm _Aduln _ ?7.0u _ children Under 12 'Straight and narrow is way to happiness9 By ROSS GIBB jn this life, and to life Oher speakers w e e Garth neiaici ,y-ws .Service more than 1.300 attending the M. Harris of the stake presi- .K the straignl and LDS Taber Stake quarterly i dcney. President Nello Rhoton isJJiejvay to happiness j conference were told by visit- j of the Allrerla-Ssskatchcwan ing general authority Gor-1 Mission, regional reprcscnta- don E. Hinkley. j live Ray E. Gvanson, a form- Mr. Hinkley said that by i er member of the stake prcsi- walking in the truth we first' dency Alma R. Baker of Toron- cbange ourselves and Alberta Temple presi- change others for the belter. dent Heber Jensen. To the youth, he advised ad-1 A 90-voice chorus at the com- hcrencc to the'teachings of the Iljinerl Taber and Barnwell Catholic women attend parley SATURDAY church, because "great expcc- seminaries, directed by Sani- blighted by lit- j wc" principal Mrs. Hazel tations can be blighted by lit tie things a glass of be'er, a cigarette, involvement with; m morality." member of Mr. Ilinkley. the Council of Lake City, and business execu- Tan- ner, provider! special music singing "A Prophet Stands" and "I Know Thai My Redeem- er Hcece B. Gibb and u i s- Calvin Crapo of Hosemarv TueKe, Salt a Cl The Tnber Stake comprises Make president Kenneth P.' some 2.500 members in 10 Anderson set the conference j wards located at Taber Barn- Iheme in his address that "we! well, Medicine Hal Brooks are all of the family of God to Bow Island Grassv Lake' whom we pray." Rosemary and Vauxh'all SPARWOOD (HNS) Rev. Leslie Trainor and four mem- bers of St. Michael's Parish Catholic Women's League travelled to Kimberley recently to attend the regional confer- ence of the East Kootenay Catholic Women's League. Mrs. Vcra Cccco, president of Sacred Heart Parish CWL, welcomed the visiting clergy, sisters of several religious or- ders, and CWL members from Invermerc, Creston Cranbrook. Jaffray, Fernie. Sparwood, Lis- ter and Kimberley. Mrs. Fiona Morasco intro- duced the visiting clergy. Rev. J. Dulong and Rev. M. Laurie] both of Nelson. It opened with the League Prayer and singing led by Father Laurie and Sister Ralph. Mrs. J. Wambeke, president of the Nelson Diocesan Coun- cil, and Mrs. Agnes Barefoot, 1st vice-president of the dioce- san council, were inroduced by Mrs. Morasco. The morning workshop was conducted by Father Dulong. Discussed were: "Is the calm, unexamined life usually the most healthy life? "What does it mean to fully accept our humanity, to be hu- man? Is this a different type of spirituality from that which was formerly counselled for' us' i Does it take more or less faith to accept your own hu-j manity and to work with it! than to withdraw from it and i the world in which is is im-. j 1 i Following a break for lunch, i (he workshop continued until when Father Dulong and! j Mrs. Cecco thanked everyone j j for taking time out to attend. At 5 p.m. a concelebrated mass was held in Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church with the celebrants being Fathers Maglio, Laurie, Dulong and Trainor. Father L, Buckley provided j music for mass. Several of the women took part with readings and bringing offerings to the altar. Mass was followed with a dinner at the Kimbrook Motor Inn with about 70 clergy, CWL members, and a visiting group of Anglican Auxiliary women in attendance. Mrs. Julie Wambeke spoke j i on several of the highlights of the national convention which she attended at Regina. LADIES' NYLON STRETCH 1 Dozen Only, blue, pink, white and size.) Reg. 3 for 97c. SPECIAL Kohiusoiis mark anniversary Speech therapy wins OK CRIMP KNIT YARD Fall colors, your choice of pattern. YARD GARBAGE BAGS Pkg. of 30 with ties. Reg. 1.19 pkg. SPECIAL, PKG..... ETZIKOM (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Robinson re- ccntly celebrated their 25th' wedding anniversary in tiie Et- zikom Community "Hall. A mock wedding was held with a solo by Bill Butlerwick accompanied on the piano by j Mrs. EJdy (Mary) Lee. j The Robinsons received] many cards, gifts and a wish- j ing well of money. They were surprised by old army they hadn't seen since 1945. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Anderson of Marysville, B.C. A three-tiered wedding cake lopped with a bride and groom ornament, trimmed with white and silver hearts and doves, centred the head table. Out-of-town friends were from Lomond, Vulcan, Atha- baska, Calgary. Oonquerville, Foremost, Pendant d'Orille and Marysvillc, B.C. COFFEE MUGS Your choice of pattern and shape. Reg. 97c each SPECIAL, EACH i TABER (HNS) Trustees of I Taber School Dvision No. 6 have again approved payment for pupils who require speech therapy. _ The program may be con- tinued for an indefinite time. During the last school year, 20 pupils with various degrees of speech difficulties were as- sessed by W. E. Lingard of the Lethbridge Health Unit and eight received speech therapy for part of the year. This year, Frank Johansen of Lethbridge is speech therapist. The cost of the therapy is paid by the school division. Trans- portation costs continue to be the responsibility of parents. arrive Salvation Army workers FORT MACLEOD (Special) took a short period of training After a period of two years I in Wetaskawin under the di- with no resident minister at reclion of Capt. Joan Pierce the tort Macleod Salvation and Major Thclma Corner bc- Army Citadel, two young worn- fore coming here en have arrived to carry en the Monday, W 4th they are work- expecting Major and Mrs'. Rob- They arc Envoy Carol Pick-; ert Marks of Toronto to hold ering. a native of England and a public meeting here. Majo iSgl. Darlene Colton of Prince Marks is a travelling cvan I Albert, S'ask. Both girls were members of the congregation at Edmonton for the past two years. They ANTI-FREEZE GAl. FLANNELETTE Your choice of colors and pattern Reg. 69c yd. SPECIAL, YD. ONE DAY ONLY WHILE QUANTITIES LAST. OPEN SATURDAY 9 A.M. TO 6 P.M. 7 ft P M. COMPUISORY DANCK I. PAIBS t.FM. PAIS SKAIINS Alirrh 1 I P.M. MFIJ rPfE SKATING S in pw coMpinsnuy niNCrs P w. L.Mins ill I si.ATlNr, i Al.f.h II fl r M DAIJCt KRESGE'S liini .Peler CanipheJJ elected liv nicrcluinls TAKER (HNS) Local elec- trical contractor Polcr Camp- bell was named preidont of Ilio Tabor Businessmen's As- sociation at its recent nice! ing. A nominating committee was sot up for an executive slate. A second committee is drawing up a constitution for the orga- lii'linnu: piTMilcnl (lordon S, Saunders uas named chaiiniiin of tbo Sugar Festival Commit- tee. Helping is William Or.'ino, president of the ITahrr Chamber of Commerce. A i.-, io IK- made of shipping days and hours. No clinnge is anticipated until flic now vrar. gclisl and will be speaking fc schools, colleges, sendee clulx and public meetings ui AI berla during October. Mrs. Marks is an ar-omplish- crl soloist. Travelling with them will be the Alberta divi- sional commander. Major Clar- ence Burrows. Following the 7-30 meeting tea wilt be served. NEW BIRTH CONTROL FREEDOM FOR WOMEN Today more ami Jiiore women set- voluntary as the ideal method of birth con- trol. For women who Imve com- pleted their families, this safe, mid inexpensive opera- tion forever (he, fear of The issue, uf The. Krmlcr's .1 looks nt this new method of birth control. Why hasn't voluntary sterilization Keen jnore, common'.1 Are there, linrm- fnl psvclinlnKic.-tl side effect? Ones femininity? Thesn i -un' olher qije.stions ;MT. df.'ill ivit'i frankly jind hones! ly. Gel the October issue of .Header's MARTENS COALDALE PRICES EFFECTIVE UNTIt CtOSING SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2nd, 1971 TURKEYS Canada Grade Utility 6-16 Ibs Ib. Beef Tablerite Canada Choice Red Brand T ftft Ib. I T-Bone or Club Steaks Tablerite Canada Choice Red Brand Beef Ib. I Nabob Coffee ,b. 99c Strawberry Jam 1.00 Purity Flour......M lb. 1.39 Tide Detergent Kin9Jlbox 1.59 Cheez Whiz Kro" Ih inr 1.49 2 Ib. jar 20-oz. loaves White or Brown ......6 tor SUGAR WHITE GRANULATED EGGS Top Valu Grade A Large POTATOES Canada No. 2 Norgold or Red ..20-lb. bag Bananas ib. lOc CENTRE VILLAGE AND j MARTENS COALDALE Centre Village IGA Also Fentiires TREE Dnlivcryl WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES ;