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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Play Crib CARMANGAY (HNS) Six- teen members of the Little Bow Community Club were present in the Recreation Centre re- cently and enjoyed playing crib- bage and other card games as well as scrabble. Lunch was served at noon. The trip to Henderson Lake was cancelled when the group was unablo lo get a driver for the Courtesy Bus. Friday a visiting group from Claresholm is going lo be the guests of the local group. Every- one is welcome to allend. Alpha Epsilon WARNER (HNS) Alpha Epsilon, the Warner chapter of Bela Sigma Phi, started Ihe 1972-73 winter season with a get- together at the home of. Mrs Connie Eu'ason of Wrentham. Jerry Kinakin and Diane Pitt man received scholarships from the chapter last summer SEE THE LENS THAT DARKENS IN THE SUNLIGHT (VARIGRAY) Most of the members were in attendance to cater to specta- ors and competitors at the mot- orcycle races held at springs Park. Jolly Janes WARNER (IINS) Warner Jolly Janes officers for the com- Jig year are, Wendy Hcppler, Debbie Nilsson, Laura Pittman, Valerie Diggers and N o r e e n tleppler. Mrs. V. Heppler reviewed the 1972-73 program. Assistant supervisor is Mrs, F. Grey. Induct Putnam PINCHER CREEK (HNS) A service was held recently in the Pincher Creek United Church for the induction of Hev. Robert Putnam to this pastoral charge, Ministers conducting the ser vice included Hev. A. H. Baldeo of Coaldale, Rev. C. H. Carno chan of Cardston, and Mrs. E Holmes of Magrath. The Senior Choir was presen with Mrs. G. Carlson at the organ. Harvest halted CARMANGAY (HNS) Showers and cool weather o: the weekend has once agaii ailed harvest operations In lis area. In some fields tho ducks have icon a real menace, where the armers have had to combine day and chase ducks at night. The ducks come in late in the evening and early in the mo ra- ng in flocks by the thousands and it is not the small amount of grain they cat that the farm- ers begrudge, but the large amount they thresh out with .heir feet when they land and ramp around. Speaking course PINCHER CREEK (HNS) Pincher Creek Preventive So- cial Services is sponsoring a public speaking course here to begin Wednesday, Oct. 4 at 8 p.m. Classes will be taught by Dr. Juan Teran, who has competed internationally in public speak- ing events. The course is open to anyone. Registration can be arranged tlirough the preventive social services office. Cattle sale PINCHER CREEK (HNS) The Pincher Creek Cattle Breeders Association will hold a selected all-breed female cat- tle replacement sale Friday, Nov. 10. The facilities of Community Auction Sales of Pinclier Sta- iton will bo used for this first event of its kind in this district. Farmers and ranchers hav- ing registered or commercial female cattle to include in this auction may contact Emery Bonertz or Bob Jenkins before Oct. 15. A WOOLCO EXCLUSIVE 2 ALBUM SET XV24 MILLION SELLERS" YOUR CHOICE OF RECORDS TAPE USEYOUR "CHARGE IT" Lawn chairs presented to lodge NEW DAYTON (HNS) Seven members met at the home of Mrs. Alice Gorrill for the September meeting of the New Dayton United C h u r c 1 Women. The meeting opened will Lord's Prayer. Mrs. Slewart Skeilli gave tin devotion which was prepared by Mrs. Jim Ross. Mrs. Joseph Schill resig as treasurer because she an Mr. Schill are moving to Taber Mrs. Elton Duell consented t take the books until the end. o the year. Mrs. Alice Gorril will continue as auditor. Six lawn chairs were pur chased for Ridge View Lodg with the proceeds from the Jun Strawberry Tea. A 35-cup coffee maker is be purchased for the Churc from the Memorial Fund. Oct. 15 to 22 is designated a Church Week. Tho Octob meeting will be held at th home of Mrs. Don Skieth. ENGINEER M e r I e Brown of Taber, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle R. Brown, has been employed In the chemi- cal engineering department of the Atlantic Richfield Oil Company of Ardmore, Okla. He graduated from the Uni- versity of Calgary with a bachelor of science degree. Fullers thanked NEW DAYTON (HNS) Th recreation board met recent! with councillors Don Christen sen and Lief Trocfcstad in a' tendance. Plans for winter swimmin classes are being made, les sons to start In 1973. The community hall will co: tinue to be available for loc: functions. Mrs. Alice Rarick ha been appointed as caretaker. A vote of thanks was extender to Mr. and Mrs. Del Fuller b the councillors and the recre tipn board for their past se vices. A committee was formed assess possibilities for use school classrooms. 'ardston, flagratli 20, 1972 THE IETHBKIDGE HERALD _ Home and school group elects Fred Mathiesoii plays CARDSTON (HNS) The agrath Cardston Divisional [arching Band is going to Ed- lonton Saturday to present a 10 12-minule liaU-titne show at he Edmonton Eskimoes and 01- iwa Rough Riders football ame that evening. The 97-raember band, under he direction of Boyd Hunter, ill be billeted in the homes of ve Jasper Place Band. The alter, with band leader Cum- mings, will do the pre game how. The band members, travelling o Edmonton by school bus, wil elum home Sunday. FOREMOST (Special) Trachcr Fred Mathdeson will take over the reins of the Fore- most Home and School Associa- tion at its first meeting of the 1972-73 school year, to be held In the school auditorium Tues- day, Oct. 3, at 8 p.m. Highlight of the evening's pro- gram will be the introduction of the leaching staff. The staff will remain for an informal social hour, giving the parents an opportunity to get better acquainted with' their child's teacher. It is hoped the meeting will discuss topics to be presented to the educational study com- mittee during the year. MR. MATHIESON r You cantakea WHITE HORSE anywhere Distilled, Blended and Bottled in Scotland by White Horse Distillers Ltd., Scotland 8 TRACK ALBUM 1 24 Million Million Sellers 1 Double Play Set e-98 HACH EACH SET F1YTE TRAC BONUS No charge for No additional tire mounting freight chorgi No trade-in reaped BIACKWALL E78-U Whifewalh emhf tT.OO more available In whitcwall only H78-U [855x14) H78-IS (855x15) J78-I5 (885x15) L78-15 1915x15] blackwall F78-1X (775x G78-U [825x14) G78-1J (825x15) only wore in Ihe following sizes 078-14 (775xH] I G78-U (825x14) [77.5x15] I G78-15 (825x15) available In whftewafl only MltEAGE MILES 36 MONTHS STP GAS TREATMENT ALL SIZES, ONE PRICE 50 Tttree years of dependable darting power guaranteed. Adjustment, If needed, pro-rorod on months uied based on current jelling price, 1 2 volt. limit 5 Quaker Slole tnolor orl sfra'ghr Weights. For lop engine performance and belfcr gas mileage. SUPERDRAG I COMPLETE BRAKE OVERHAUL YOUR CHOICE VACUUM FUEL PUMP TESTER 536 TIMING LIGHT 1537 u- o COMPRESSION TESTER 535 ALL CANADIAN U.S. CARS DISC BRAKES One-piece cast aluminum assembly, Wtln ilolted deep dish lacing deiign. Complete wilh chromeplalcd cap ojiembly, lug nuts, and vfoihcrs. For most 14" and HERE'S WHAT WE DOi Injrall premium brake sKoc! oaafl 4 wheel cylinders Resurface 4 drums Precision grind Uningi Replace brake hardware, aft 4 wfieeli Bleed, flush and refill brake tysteni Impecr master cyfinder Repack fronl wheel bearingi Road lest car UNINGS GUARANTEED MIUS tfnings no draige m caie of early arouf. Installation charge! extra. 2 TON JACK STAND 27T TUNE-UP KITS Rugged, cH iteel, ifano. Idcaf for autoc. boali, (jglif trucks. with pofnrt, rotor, 6 or 8 cylinder con. Open 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 to 9 p.T College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magratlr Drive Department Stores Because We're VNfoolco... >Your Shopping Costs You Less! Open Daily 9 a.m. la 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. FOR SERVICE APPOINTMENT TEIEPHONC ;