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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta _____ Wodneidoy, October 25, 1973 THE UTHBRIDGE HRAID _ 49 District news i eiision sessions set for Claresliobii Oct. 26 Kev. Sinister recuperates WARN Ell (HNS) Hcv. 4 nrul again in Vaimhall bis absence, is relieving 01 Rev. the The manager of the Letli- bridge dislricl office of the Ca- nada Pension Plan, J. C. (Fern) Bouchard, wishes to in- form residents of the Clares- holm area tliat field officer Rollie Stewart will be in atten- dance at Claresliolm in Ihe town hall, Oct. 20 from a.m. to 3 p.m. Anyone wishing to take ad- vantage of this service is cor- dially invited to do so. lr. Stewart will answer queries on the Canada Pension Plan, the old age security and the guaranteed income supple- ment. He will elso provide assistance in the filing of applications to those who are now or will soon he qualified for the above-noted benefits. Mrs. Alexander comludts service IRON SPRINGS (HNS) The Iron Springs United Churcb women held its October meet- ing at the home of Mrs. D. Erno recently. Mrs. W. Alexander conducted the devotional and worship ser- vice. She chose as her theme, Faith Is the Flickering Candle. Mrs. J. Lowery addressed the group and gave an outline of the learning program used at the Alberta School Hospital, Red Deer. The group will donate to Jel- linke House at Edmonton. The next meeting will he held at ttie home of Mrs. 0. Mehlen in November. NOT TllUR TO NAME The Canadian cuckoo never John Sinister is recuperating in the Foothills Hospital at Cal- gary following a shoulder oper- ation. During O'Reilly A letter was read at the re- cent CWL meeting urging all organizations to support CUSO Canadian University Students Overseas. It suggested that each member give the price of a cup of coffee at each meet- ing. This item was tabled for discussion. An essay contest, "Develop- ment and is under way all high school students. Anyone interested is to contact Mrs. Ella Hepplcr. The Warner CWL has plan- ned a fall supper for Sunday, Oct. 29. The public is invited lo attend. Mrs. Ethel Herbst, Mrs. Frances Colliii, Mrs. Rose Thorn and Miss Pauline Troidl form the committee in charge. A parish celebration Nov. 24 for all families, commemorat- ing the 60th anniversary of the Dioce.se, has bsen planned. There will be a mass at 8 p.m., followed by a dance and sup- per. A 51 donation per person is expected at the door. Nov. 2-1 and 25. It is hoped that someone from I Warner will he able to attend one or both ol these workshops, i The diocese convention is to 1 be held in Banff in April, 1073. cuckoos, but makes guttural i A leadership workshop will [he held at Calgary beginning clucks. Hay burns; spoilage reported PINCHER CREEK (Special) Walter Wolbeit had the inis- ;oriune to lose several hundred bales of hay in a fire recently. Spont oneous combus t ion is believed to responsible. The blaze engulfed the slack by the time the alarm was turned in. The Pincher Creek fire de- partment spent many hours at the scene. The hay was harvest- ed late in July and heavy rains apparently saturated the bales. Reports from other farmers in i h e district indicate there has been considerable spoilage in hay that was stacked early. The heavy rains have caused many stacks to rot in the cen- tre. 4 candidates NATAL (HNS) There will be four candidates vying for election in the Okanagan-Koo- ten ay constituency, but no more, When Ihe deadline for nomin- ation was reached, four parlies had named candidates: Liber- al, Conservative, New Demo- cratic and Social Credit. Re- turning officer for the electoral district of Oknnatjan-Kootenay, A. H. Kaulback of Vernon, said no other parlies or indepen- dents had filed papers. The four contestants arc Doug Stewart, Liberal; Agnar Dfihl Jensen, Social Credit; Peter Maksylewich, NDP, and i Howard K. Johnson, Progres- sive Conservative. It was decided to put up a birthday jar. Two hobo teas were reported. Winner of the tea was Mrs. Harry (Betty) Cooper. Lunch was served by Mrs. Burger, assisted by Mrs. Ellen Heilrich and Mrs. Barbara Traxlcr. The next meeting is slated for Ten attend ETZIKOM flFXS) Tho Community Club held its meet- ing recently at the home of Mrs. Rose Burger with seven mem- bers and three visitors present. Roll-call involved a donation of a pot holder or dish towel for (he Etzikom Community Hall. SIMPSONS hears Today you can pay less for PLAYTEX'18hour' irregulars. Get the famous slim look of J Playlex 18 hour Girdle for a fraction of the original price. They'll keep you comfortable from morning to night. Firm satin efastic tummy panels. Nylon tricot crotch and inner leg panel. 4 detachable garters. Whita only. Pen tie Girdle. Cosunl comfort. Finis Pantie Girdle. Wear it with anylhing. You'll look Long-Leg Pantie GirJIe. Perfect for knits, panh.