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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Frank Koiidas PTA Leader TABER (IINS) Frank Kondas has been elected presi- dent of the SI. Mary's and St. Patrick's Parent Teacher As- sociation. Henry Peard is vicc-prcsi. dent; Sister 'jermaine, secre- tary, Mrs. Euth DrotarJ past- president and Mrs. Mary Res- slcr, treasurer, with commit- tee chairman Mrs. Cheryl Hor- vaUi, Mrs. Margaret Kondas, Mrs- Margaret Koncz. Presentations of money were made by the PTA lo Ihe li- brary funds of IJie schools. FROM HAMILTON NOBLEFORD (IINS) Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Mafdonald of Hamilton, Ont., are visiting at the home of Uieir son-in-law and daughter, and Mrs. Herman Hann, and fairily. Mrs. Jake Andres Heads Wayfarers COALDALE (HNS) Mrs. Jake Andres is continuing as president of the Coaldale Way- farer Girls Club. A total o[ 35 girls have reg- istered. Leaders are: Tent Helpers- Mrs. Herman Neufeld and as- sistant Miss Nola Gocrtzen; Homcmakers, Group 1 Mrs. Henry Lepp, Group 2 Mrs- lion Bern; Lightbearers, Group Jake Ncufcldl, Group 2 Mrs. John Willms; Guides Group 1 Mrs. Fran] Goerlzen and Mrs. Jake An dres. Mrs. Born and Mrs. Willms conduct the singing. The program includes Bible stories, crafts, sing-songs, anc others which help (he girls ''walk t h e Christian way Rejoins United Motors Sales Staff! II gives me pleasure to announce to my many friends and customers that I have retained United Motors afler a short leave of absence. Please feel wel- come lo call an me anytime .ele BILL ROMANCHUK lion of any motoring need you moy have. I offer 15 years experience. MALE UNIVERSITY UNDER GRADUATES ARE YOU A LEADER? Anyone will tell you that Ihe Leaders are enjoying the advantages of military training and University subsidization through the Regular Officer Training Plan If you plan to enter or return to University in the fall of 1970 as an Undergrad, you should know about the op- portunities lhat the Canadian Armed Forces can offer you as an ROTP cadet- You would continue your civilian studies toward a degre'e at your University. TO learn more about this excellent plan, coma in, telephone or write to: CANADIAN FORCES RECRUITING CENTRE, 115 8lh Avenue S.W. (On The Mull) Calgary 2, Alberta. Phone: J69-673o THE REGULAR OFFICER TRAINING PLAN FOR UNIVERSITY UNDERGRADUATES Mrs. Andres slnled there wil be no newspaper drives. The Wayfarer Girls Club wil coni'.inuo collecting used posl ago slumps lor Ihe Mission foi Leners. Persons having used stamp; lo donalc may conlacl the clul members or leaders. Mrs. Andres reported club will also colled Nabob coupons. The coupons will gc towards obtaining an electric knife for Ihe church kitchen. Miss Toniiisoii Honored ENCHANT (HNS) A show- er was held in Ihe hall in honor of Miss Irene Tonnison, the second oldest daughter of Mr and Mrs. Harold Tonnison oj Enchanl- A program was held with Mrs. Agnes Varhaug master ol ceremonies. Helping with Ihe gifts were her sisler Marion Fiesl, open- ing. Mrs. Thelma Palmer, rec- ording, and her sister Arleen Tonnison placing. Lunch was served by the hoslesses Mrs. G. Severtson, Mrs. M. Malm, Mrs. A. Eevert- son, Mrs. E. Hombougli, Mrs. M. Severfam, Mrs. M. Snider, Mrs. C. Peterson, Mrs- G. Malm and Mrs. A. Varhaug. FROM VANCOUVER NOBLEFORD (HNS) _ Mr. and Mrs. Jack Huxham of Van- couver, B.C., are visiting at [he home of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Niels Kris- cffersen. INSURANCE LIABILITY 9 BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES ITD. ESTABLISHED 1911 Lower Floor 517 4th Phone 327-1541 Harvest Bali Set For Oct. 2 FORT MACLEOD The Fort Macleod Oldl'mc Dance Club will hold jls first dance of the season the Grand Harvest Ball Friday, Ocl. 2, at tlw Elks Hall here. Dancing will be from 0 p.m. to 2 a.m. The members dance each second Saturday in the Fort Macleod Elementary School gym. Walmough's Orchestra plays. Lee Orr is the master of ceremonies. The club president is EI s i e Litle and vice-president is Mick Collar. For fmther information con- tact secretary June Jassman at 234-2254. Fifteen dances are scheduled w'th Ihe lasl one planned Uic Anniversary Ball on May 7. Everyone is welcome. Miss Lynn Knapp Feted By Friends COAI.DALE (HNS) Miss Lynn Knapp, bride-elect, was recently honored nt a com munity shower held in (he Coaldale United Church Hall. Hostesses were Mrs. Edwin Davidson, Mrs. D. V. (Marion) Ober. Mrs. Alan Graham, Mrs Eugene Gregorash, Mrs. Ivan Meyers and Mrs. Earl Foxall, Hockey Trips To Be Awarded TABER (HNS) A dozen lockey enthusiasts and the Ta- ber Minor Hockey Association will benefit from a fund-rais- ing effort here. Six couples will receive trips to NHL hockey games at Van- couver, the first to be the Van- couver Canucks hosting To- ronto's Maple Leafs Sunday Oct. 11. Taber and Barnwell busi- nesses and members of the as- sociation have tickets for sale. Discuss Grants COALDALE (HNS) The southern county cf Lethbridge regional recreation board drafted final plans for the dis- >osition of provincial govern- ment capital grants at its re- cent meeting. The board can receive these grants during the next two years- They are part of a five- year capital grant program of which three years are over. About can be obtain- ed. The drafted plan is for fa jlities in the southern countj f Lelhbridge area in whici he recreation board has jur isdiction. Readyinade Farm Women Aid Sporlplex COALDALE (HNS) The Ready made Farm Women's Club will donate to the Kinsmen-In-Trust Fund which is for the Coaldale and District Sporiplex. _ Mrs. James Chabay, secre- tary of the Readymade group staled recently the money was raised at a dance held in Au- gust- The club has annually don- ated towards the Kmsmen-In- Tr.isl Fund for the past three years. The first meeting of the new season will be held 8 n.m. Oct. 1 at the home cf Mrs. Les Beres. Meetings are held on the first Wednesday of the month. We have a fine hotel crossing Canada every day. The Canadian, one of the world's great trains. And II has everything you'd expect from a fine hotel... and more. It has Scenic Domes that slay with you clew across the country. Comfortable lounges. Soft music. A range of accommo- dation and air conditioning of course. Even a rose on your dining table while you sample our famed cuisine. Costly? Not a bit. Dally between Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver. Call your Travel Agent or CP Rail. Rail Higher Education IRON SPRINGS (HNS) Bniry Erno left recently for Edmonton where he will attend the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology. Miss Healher Jcrgensen and Miss May Uyeda have enrolled at the University of LeUibridge; Miss Delores has entered the nurses' training program at the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital and Tom Haney has obtained an apprenticeship with the firm of Young, Parkyn, and McNabb in Lethbridge. Mrs' Edwin Davidson acted as master of ceremonies. Entertaining with group vo- cal selections were Roberta and Marvel Harrison, Jean Graham, Paula Gregorash and Melody Ilandley. Miss Knapp showed films taken during her travels in Australia. The gifts and money tree were presented lo the bride- elect by Mrs. Ivan Meyers. Assisting Miss Knapp with Ule gifts was her sister, Mrs. Keith (Joan) Erdman of Leth- bridge. The wedding of Miss Knapp and Mr. Paul Miller of Sidney, Australia, will take place Oct. 7 in (he St. Ambrose Homan Catholic Church, Coaldale. Following their marriage the couple will return to Sidney to live. HOSPITAL PATIENT NOBLEFORD (HNS) Mrs. Jennie Kooy is a palient in the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital. Saturday, September 76, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 25 Birthday Clul) Says Farewell To Member ENCHANT (IINS) The BirUidsy Club held iLs Septem- ber meeting at tlic home ol' Mi's. Mary Wagner with 17 members present. Tills was also in the form of a farewell for Mrs, Anderson who will be leaving. She has Ijccn n member since sire and Rev. Anderson came to En- chant. Tile club presented Mrs. An- derson with Lmich was Wagner. a lovely picture, served by Mrs. Recent Visitors IRON. SPRINGS (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. W. Kirby had as thc-ir guests recently Mrs. An- nie Brown cf Toronto, and Mr. and Mrs- Garnet Dresma, of Maple, Ontario. Recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Nolan in- cluded Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Hew- ill, of Homoland, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. W. Pastoor (nee Phyllis Caruso) have left for London, Ont., where they wil reside. BE IN BUSINESS FOR YOURSELF Career opportunity os representative for one of Canada's most progressive life insurance companies. The man we seek is probably married and doing well at his present job, yet is somewhut impatient with his progress. applicant need not have life insurance experience he will need ambition, determina- tion and the desire to serve others as well as him- self. Previous sales experience helpful. To this man we offer a permanent position, unlimited earning poten- tial and the independence of his own business. Company training plus qualified referred leads system. Opportunity to move into management as soon as qualified. Stock option plan available to all representatives. Send resume to BOX 97, LETHBRIDGE HERALD S61 Need Players For Hockey, Basketball PICTURE EUTTE (Special) interested in play ing hockey or basketball arc re- quested lo contact the recrea- tion office in Picture B u 1 1 a Women who would like to play basketball are also asked to contact the office. Some teams already exist and il is proposed lo form a league. Malches would also be played againsl olher southern Alberta communities. CCIT STAUTS NOBLEFORD (HNS) Mrs. jteve Stellar mil be starting he fall term for the CGIT group n the United Church. All girls 12 to 18 years ars velcome. MR. H. W. MATHE50N Will be in EATON'S HEARING AID CENTRE Stereo Room 2nd Floor THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1st a.m. fo p.m. Invites you lo an honesl ap- praisal of your hearing ef- ficiency. Ask about Ihe "UNITRON PETITE" That received the 'Award, of Excellence' by ihc Federal De- partment of Industry and Iho National Desi'gn Council. Make Your Appointment By Phoning 327-8551 Eaton's qualified audiometrlit EATON'S Trans Canada Starts Monday, September 28 SALE Shop Mondoy far Terrific Savings! Phones open ot a.m. Monday! All these and mony more ilems await you at Eaton's great Trans-Canada Sale starting Monday. They'll be described fully in Eaton's Sale Supplement to be delivered with The lethbridge Herald on Monday, Septem- ber 2Bth. Wotth for it! Check all our advertised specials for next week. Budget Charge your purchases, No Dawn Payment, Take advantage of these savings! CANDIES Swiss Chocolate Bars SALE, 12-oz. bar 996 Allan'i Misty Minli 7-oz. box ..............2 for 1.09 Paicall'i While Heather- SALE, 2-Ib. pkg............. 1.69 Candies, Lower Floor HOUSEHOLD LINENS Cotton Flanelette Twin or size. SALE, each ____3.95 Double bed size, SALE, each 4.75 Bleached While Cotton Sheet] Twin Flat, SALE, each......3.49 Twin Fitted, SALE, each 3.49 Double Flat, SALE, each 3.98 Floral "Bali" Printed Sheets- Twin Fiat, 72" jc 100', SALE, each 4.46 Iwin Fitted, 39" x SALE, each 4.46 Double Flat, SALE, each 5.39 Double Filled, SALE, each 5.39 Queen Flat, SALE, each 6.79 Qusen Filled, SALE, each 6.79 Pillow Cases, SALE, pair Collan Blend Acrylic Eltctric Blanket Twin, SALE, each Double, SALE, each 21.99 Double, duo! control, SALE, each 24.99 Perma-Presi Needle Woven Bedlpread Twin, SALE, each 10.98 Double, SALE, each 10.98 Ecru Cation Lace SALE, each 7.48 SALE, c-jch 8.98 Serene Forlrel Filled Cotton Covered Pillow, SALE, each 5.56 Deep Pile Kodll and Nylon Bath Mat Sel- SALE, set 7.98 Haddon Hall Towell Bath, SALE, each 1.59 Hand, SALE, each 99t Household Linens, Second Floor NO DOWN PAYMENT No Payment 'Til January 1971, on new accounts or increase in payments on open accounts 'til Janu- ary, 1971. COVERINGS Haddon Hall Fibreglaj Drapei 50" x pair 17.19 100' x SALE, each 34.79 150" x SALf, each 51.79 Bouclon Fully Lined Dropei Various widths. SALE, pair 19.99 lo 59.99 Matching Quilted Bedspreads Single, double, queen, king size. SALE, each 27.99 41.99 Fibreglaf No-Iron widths. SALE, pair 6.99 to 29.99 Austrian Festoon Curtains-Various widths. SALE, pair 7.99 to 17.49 Hopsacking Wash Shorties Various widths. SALE, poir 7.99 to 15.99 Cafe Curtains 50" x SALE, pair 5.99 Matching Valance, Sfol Heading SALE, each 1.79 Matching 45" Yardage-SALE, yord 1.79 Seamless Haddon Hall Panels Various Sizes. SALE, each 6.99 to 8.69 Haddon Hall While Curtains Various sizes. SALE, each to 4.19 Foam-Backed Furniture Throws Various sizes. SALE, each___7.99 la 18.49 Easy-Carfi Hassocks 3 styles. SALE, each 11.98 Traverse Drapery Rods Various sizes SALE, each ..........4.39 lo 9.19 "Pacemaker" Propylon Hardlwist SALE, sq. yd............... Haddon Hall Alpine Broadloom SALE, sq. yd................ 7.99 6 O'clock Nylon Broadloom SALE, sq. yd............... 4.99 Centurion Wool Blend Rugs 2 sizes SALE, each 42.99 and 82.99 Draperies, Floor Covering, Second Floor STATIONERY Portable Underwood Typewriter SALE, each 59.88 Filmg Cabinefi 4-drawcr feffcr size. SALE, each 44.95 4-drawer legal size, SALE, each 53.95 2-drawer leitcr size, SALE, each 26.95 Jcgol size. SALE, each 30.95 Pedestal Padded, Vinyl Covered Steno Failure Choir SALE, ccah___19.95 Sturdy Shelving Unifs-SALE, each 9.99 Fairy Talei 1.99 Lower Floor FURNITURE Simmon! Sleep King Continental Beds SALE, each 79.95 Matching pair, SALE....... 154.OO Sealy Glenwood Medium Firm Mattrei- ses. SALE, each 49.99 Washable vinyl covered headboard, SALE, each 9.79 Walnut S-Pieco Dinette Sale, 87.00 3-Pieee Apartment Size Dinette SALE..................... 64.OO Haddan Hall Princess Royal 'Mattress, Box Spring SALE, each 67.75 Queen Size, SALE, 2-pce.....187.75 Walnut Triple Dresser Bedroom Suite Dresser, mirror, SALE, each 14SI.OO chest, SALE, each 56.99 Panel bed, SALE, each 49.99 54" double dresser and mirror, SALE, both 114.49 3 drawer bachelor cliest, SALE, each 56.99 Student desk, SALE, each 84.99 Haddon Hall Colonial Open Stock Triple dresser, SALE, 95.96 Framed mirror, SALE, each 22.36 Pedestal desk, double, SALE, each 79.96 Chair, SALE, eoch 15.96 Double dresser, SALE, each 79.96 5-drawer chest, SALE, each------71.60 Night table, SALE, each ......34.36 Pedestal desk, single, SALE, each 63.96 Sealy Redi-Bed SALE, each 189.00 Single Sirs Colonial Bunk Beds SALE, each 169.00 Three Pasilion Recliner Chair SALE, each 109.00 Slorkcraff Contemporary SALE, each 49.99 Simmon'l Infant Care Maltren SALE, each 13.99 Rocker Recliner each 119.OO Detaxt each 154.99 Furniture, Second Floor Framed Mirror SALE, each 29.99 Elegantly Framed Reproductions SALE, each................ 36.93 Table, Floor or Swag Lamps SALE, each 22.99 to 34.99 Lamps, Fixtures, Second Floor Fall Handbagi Fivo styles "Wei look" sofl pouch. Classic bag wilh double handle. Double hondli envelope, Over- thc-shoulder bag. SALE, each 6.99 Handbags, Main Floor. Shop Eaton's Monday 9 a.m. to p.m. Buy Line 328-8811. ;