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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta -WtdrWoy. S.p4.mb.f If72 THE LETKMIDGE 13 i i.vz; _n r Roundup of J ftT Lions to meet STIRLING (HNS) Stirling Lions Club will hold its first fall meeting Monday, Sept. 18, al p.m. at the school. Voters' list SPARWOOD (HNS) Courts of revision will sit Nov. 1 at Fernie, Cranbrook, Kimberlcy and Invermcre. Bates and location will be ad verfised for voters who want a revision in the voters' list for [he December municipal elec- tions. Reports Sept. 24 STIRLING (HNS) Ter- rance McKee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard McKee, has re- turned from the Church of Je- sus Christ of Latter Day Saints' New England states mission. He will give his report Sun- day, Sept. 24 at 5 p.m. at the church. Everyone is welcome He has now enrolled at the Uni- versity of Lelhbridgc. Patricia Ann Heninger showered with gifts WRENTHAM Patricia Ann Heninger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Heninger, Lcthbridge former residents of Wrentham, was the guest of honor at a bri- dal shower in the school audi- torium. The front of the school audi- torium, was decorated with bou- INiiie plan fall supper at Canuaiigay CAHMANGAY (HNS) Nine members were present in the United Church Hall for the re- cent September meeting. Plans were made to hold the annual fall supper with the date to be set later. A letter was read from the group's adopted child in Korea and everyone contributed to- ward a .Christmas gift. Lunch was served by Grace Hillard. Cookware set gift at shower GRANUM (HNS) Mis Debbie Kress was honored re- cently 9? a community brida shower in the United Churc Hall. The bride-elect was assistec with her gifts by Mrs. Joh Baker, mother of the groom elect, and Miss Liz Van Langc of Claresholm. Mrs. Dan Kress mother of the bride-elect, n corded the gifts. Taking part in the program were Mrs. Keith Lane of Clares holm, Miss Brenda Veenlan and Mrs. Paul Graveland. The committee gift was oookware set. uets of pink gladioli and cu owers. Mrs. Kay Gorrill Introduce! ic program. Included was eading by Miss Heninger' unt, Mrs. Mary Bach, Leth ridge. Mrs Ann. Heninger cut th ibbons from her daughters ifts. The gifts were recorded y Mrs. Dale Fishley, Worseley, nd placed on display by Miss 'ora Bouey, Warner. Ed Bakos blames water from town CLARESHOLM Ed Bakos, vho farms land adjacent to the own south of the airport road, las claimed crop losses and damages from washouts by .own water flooding portions of this land. Mr. Bakos appeared before town council recently and re- quested the town take steps to rectify the situation. He said the problem began three years ago with modifica- tions to the drainage system in the vicinity of the airport road and Fourth Ave. W. Some council members ex- pressed the opinion a good por- tion of the water being handled in the area is from the neigh- boring MD lands, but agreed the problem was in need of solving. Councillor LeGrandeur's mo- tion to clean out the ditch on the south of the airport road received unanimous sup- port. MIA social STIRLING (HNS) The pening s o c I a 1 ol the Mutual mprovement Association was leld recently at Ihe Stirling Park. Besides a corn-roast and "wa- ermelon-busl" I h'e r e were >aseball games and a scaven- ;er hunt. Everyone 12 years of age and older is welcome to attend meetings and future socials which will be held each Tues- day night at 8 p.m. Seeks funds SPARWOOD' (HNS) The B.C. Municipal Finance Author ity will be asked to supply this year for rau nicipalilies within the EDEK. The City of Cranbrook wouli get over 15 years, and the City of Fernie would bor row for a period of u to 25 years. Cranbrook1 s borrowed fund will be used to build sewers i the Pinccrest-Highland subdiv sions. Fernic will install sewers an abate pollution from its sy. tern. Zoning change SPARWOOD (HNS) A lie class of zone will be written in e zoning bylaws of the HDEK. It will be a mobile home res- sntinl zone. Mobile home parks, then, will 36 taken out of liighway com- icrcial zones and special mo- le home areas created. Smorgasbord tea set for Nov. 1 GRANUM (HNS) The La- dies' Aid of the ICnox Presby- erian Church of Jumbo Valley reld its regular meeting recent- y at the home of Mis. P. Vccn- and with a good attendance. Plans were made for a "hoge and smorgasbord tea to x held Wednesday, Nov. 1, in the United Church Hall. There will also be an antique display table and a "white ele- phant" table featuring baking, sewing and novelties. The next meeting will be Oct. 3 at the home of Mrs. U. J. Veenland. Snyder buys hotel FRANK (CNP Bureau) Paul Snyder of Claresholm has purchased the Turtle Mountain Motor Hotel from former own- er John Pool who had pur-' chased the business approxi- mately two years sgo from John and Kay Kerr. Mr. Snyder, the former own- er of Bill's Coffee Bar at Clares- lolm, has close to 20 years' ex- perience in the restaurant busi- less and has operated the Grouse Mountain resort, Van- couver, and on various steam- stiip lines. An overhaul of kitchen ser- vice is planned. Mrs. Snyder and their three children have already taken up residence in the 'Pass. CWL workshop Sunday NATAL (HNS) Catholic in SI. Michael's Hall recently Women's League of St. Mi- chael's Parish, Sparwood, met Eagles to meet NATAL, B.C. (HNS) A spe- cial meeting of Michel Aerie No. 1864, Fraternal Order of Ea- gles, will be held at the home of Paul J. Chala at Sparwood, Thursday, Sept. 14, p.m. It is the official visit of pro- Incial president William (Bill) Reynolds of North Vancouver, MEETS TIIURSDAY COALDALE (HNS) The Coaldale Arts ami Crafts cluli Kill meet at p.m. Thurs day in the Coaldale Sportsplex Teaching staff COUTTS (HNS) Classes have started at the Coutts School with 159 students regis tered, including 16 beginners. Teaching staff: Miss Louise Mueller, Mrs. Evelyn Long part-time, Mrs. Inez Truba Mrs. Mable Wilde, Ken Brown Stan Long, Lloyd Evers, Bria Araan and Leo Lisowski, prin cipal. The first-named is Grad 1; last, Grade 9. with 1G members in attendance. Members were urged to try and attend the East Kootenay region workshop to be held Sun- day. Members are urged to con- tact president Mrs. Mary Kowall, Mrs. Vi House or Mrs. Emma Chala to visit any mem- bers who are in hospital. Members also accepted In- vitations to cater weddings Sept. 30 and Oct. 7 In St. Mi- chael's Hall. Conveners for both occasions will be Mrs. Emma Chala, Mrs. Molly Latka, Mrs. Yvonne Butler, Mrs. Vi House and Mrs. Mary Chala. The dale for the annual CWL sponsored pantry shower for the Sisters of the Atonement of St. Michael's Parish was set for Wednesday, Sept. 20. The next regular monthly meeting of the Catholic Wom- en's League will be held the first Thursday in October. SHAPED LIKE ARROW Squids are sometimes called "sea arrows" because of their shape. You can take a WHITE HORSE anywhere Distilled, Blended and Bottled in Scotland by White Horse Distillers Ltd., Scotland FLIPS OVER If a sand dollar, which gets its name from its shape, is turned over it can turn a somer- sault to get right side up again. 4-PLY NYLON CORD TIRES No chorge for lire mounting Ko additional freight charges No frade-in required blacfcwall 775x15 825x14 825x15 85SxU 855x15 385x15 WHITEWAUS ONLY MORE MILEAGE 700x13 Limited MILES OR 24 MONTHS COMPLETE BRAKE OVERHAUL 50 MONTH MOST CANADIAN AND U.S. CARS EXCEPT DISC BRAKES HERE'S WHAT WE DO: Install premium bcaVe Rebuild 4 wheel cylinders Resurface 4 drums Precision grind llnrngr Replace brake hardware, BFeed, flush and refill syite Impact master cylinder Repack front wheel bearings Road !eil car STP OIL TREATMENT ALL SIZES; ONE PRICE CHAMPION, AC, Over four years of dependable starling power guaranteed. Adjustment, if needed, pro-rated on months used based on current pric Spin-on or drop-in Meets new car warranty requirements. Most Canadian and U.S. 'The edge1 for better engine performance. 1 5 oz. size, limit 2. Spark plugs. Limit 8 per customer RESISTOR PLUGS .89c LINiNGS GUARANTEED 30rOOO MILES SHOCK ABSORBERS 8 TRACK STEREO 00 RUBBERMAID "MONTE CARLO CHROME SLOTTED FLOOR MATS STEEL WHEELS Original equipmsnr qualify. Good shocks are vital for keeping the car under control. A97 397 DC A D Deluxe model. Slide bor controls bulft-in burglar alarm, 12 vo negative or positive ground. RR71T Expert Installation Universal AM car Tndudes built-in speaker. Under dash Installation. Solid state 2 volt negative ground. RR32 INSTALLATION ONLY 1.50 MORE Popular heavy chromed" steel wheels. Mas! cars I 4" 1 No exchange needed Rubber floor mafs, full front or rear Choice of 5 colours. JILL AND THE CORNJTAIK Here Is proof trial you can raise corn at Picture Butte, Mrs. Darlecn Rempla cannot reach ihe top of ihe corn grown In her back yard, P. Johnson Photo Because We're Woolco.., Your Shopping Costs You Less! College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive Open 9 a.m. to 6 to 9 p.m. FOR SERVICE APPOINTMENT PHONE 328-8014 ;