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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, September 18, LETHBRIDGE Pictures tell the story of Hairy Hill OTTAWA (CP) How can you tell the story of Hairy Hill, Alta to the people of Sherbrooke and Rimouski Que 9 The National Gallery is going to try with pictures and crafts by a group of Edmonton artists Hairy Hill, originally known as Soda Lake post office was established in northeastern Alberta in 1907 and flourished until the Great Depression It had a brief revival, but now is crumbling and is rapidly being boarded up It is an attraction for ar- tists and others in the Ed- monton area interested in the past A collection of 53 paintings, photographs, prints stone reliefs and yarn sculptures has been put together for circulation across Canada by the National Gallery's exten- sion service The show opens at the University of Sherbrooke next month and later goes to the regional museum at Rimouski. Sir George Williams University in Montreal the Edmonton art gallerv and the Lon- don Ont ublic library and art museum Tom Radford. 27, Ed- monton artist photo- grapher, has written sen- sitively about the pathos connected with the rise and fall ot Hairy Hill He puts the blame on Eastern financiers whose only interest in the Canadian West was proht Each year in the area around Hairy Hill one can lind more abandoned tarms and more boarded- up buildings But what remains of Hairv Hill has a certain presence ikons in a Ukrai- nian Orthodox church painted in the 1920s, golden crops stretching away on everv side the windswept shell of a one-room school house distant cries of Canada Geese morning glories climbing the side of alkali sloughs DURING OLD FASHIONED DAYS in Centre Village HEAR "PLINK" "PLUNK" The Honky Tonk Men Play 5000 Memory Lane Melodies "you name it we'll play it" JACK PATEY "PLUNK" DOUG PRIESTLEY Wed, Thurs, Fri 4-5 p.m., Sat 2 to 3 and 4 to 5 p.m. Old Fashioned Values on Winter Coats Suede Coats Lovely Styles lavishly fur trimmed priced from Tweed Coats This seasons latest styles, patterns, and colors in Fur trimmed and untrlmmed styles. Priced from 69.99 ,o 149.99 39.99 89.99 Open a convenient Tip Top Charge Account. TIP TOP DYLtX Men's Suits Fashionable suits at Old Fashioned Prices. Put yourself in one of our suits. Why? Simply because no one else tailors their own suits in their own factory. Sale 59 99 Alterations Extra OLD FASHIONED DAYS Special Values! Long Sleeve DRESS SHIRTS Famous brand names in Permanent Press fabrics. Plains, stripes and as- sorted fancy patterns. SALE 3 99 I Choose from a selection of V-neck, pullover, turtle neck in various col- ors. SALE STORE HOURS: Wednesday 9 to 9 Thursday 9 to 9 Friday 9 to 9 Saturday 9 to Centre Village Mall Lethbridge Store Only Phone 328-8255 ;