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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Wodneiday, September 30, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID _ 23 Roundup Of District News Shower for achieving better si-tendance at monthly meetings TURIN (HNS) A open for suggestions. munity bridal shower was held in the Turin school auditorium to honor Miss Anita McBcaLh. Games were under liie direction of Mrs. Jerry (Jean) discussion was held regarding the early starting time of school and children being dismissed from school earlier in June. This met with UK approval of those in attendance. Mrs. Lawrence (Wilma) Lawlor sang, accompanied by Mrs. Jerry Ilammon on the Betty Anderson, secretary for the school, introduced th teachers. A film entitled "Ad venture Dsep in the Sea" was U10. Miss Karen Stauth and Lunch was served. Lori Kemmet were in of the guest book. The bride-to-be was ed with her gifts by Mrs. (HNS) Tabcr vey (Irene) Gier. Assisting Division No. 6 will re- bride were her more than inter- Miss Wendy Thomas, income this year as the re- Jennifer Hammon and of astute investment? of un- Ted (Paula) funds. Mrs. Harvey (Irene) secretary treasur- Mrs. Jerry (Jean) Mrs. Edna LePage told the Mrs. Mike (Alice) Paskal, for the Vaux- Mrs. Gordon (Lena) High School addition had were revenue of (in- reducing as contrsc Religion were general revenue interest amounted to NATAL, B.C. (HNS) The parish council of St. to date and should bring in another by year- Catholic Church in Natal has presently a drive under way t o raise funds for a new church complex .for Sparwood. Canvassers are approaching the district's parishioners with pledges. It is hoped to have the canvas completed by the end of September. The Sisters of (lie Atonement St. Michael's The board authorized all members of the board, assistant secretary treasurer Mrs. LePage, superint e n d e n t Dr. Wesley P. Eddy and his assistant Clifford H. Elle to attend the annual meeting of Alberta School Trustees Association at Chateau Lacombe, Edmon ton November 1 through 4. Church in Natal report that will be necessary to put Marines gious instruction classes for children of the parish on (HNS) Bill basis until the shift situation son of Mr. and Mrs. the elementaiy school can Hansen of Bamwell, lef the Recruiting Centre at Instruction classes Falls, Mont. Sept. 26 at for Grades there he will be sent to 5 and 6 and at 11 a.m. for his physical check-up. Grades I, 2 and will go to Fort Pendleton, There will also be for nine weeks of basic classes for Grades 7 and in the Marines ant four weeks of fleet train- Hosts He expects to come home for GRANUM (HNS) Mrs. F. Blair was hostess for the September meeting of the UCW. Mr. and Mrs. P. Walker Christmas leave of approximately three weeks. After this he will receive further orders. Mr. Hansen has only been in Fort Macleou attended. The devotional was given by Mrs. A. Dunlop. Mrs. E. Mohr was in charge of the three months, movini here from Issaquah, Wash. Hi returned from a mission for Hie IDS Church just a week prior to his family's moving here. He in the East Centra 70th Mission with headquar- in Louisville, Ken. GHANTJM (HNS) Hansen's parents, and al Bailey family entertained at family spent the last five oldtime dance in the in the U.S. Most of this om Community Hall his father, Aaron Hansen, to bocor of Mrs. a building supervisor for Bailey on her 70th LDS Church. About 100 A family reunion was held at the borne of Mr. end Mrs. Europe DAYTON' (HNS) Family members In attendance were Mrs. Myrtle Clifton and son of Calgary; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bailey and family, Calgary; Mr. and Mrs. James Trowbridge and family, Fort Macleod; Mr. and Mi's. Roland Hill, Calgary; Mr. and Mrs. Greeno, son of Mr. and Mrs. Forest Greeno of New Dayton, and Michael Mueller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Mueller of Wrentham, left recently to tour Europe. They plan to ski in Switzerland. Tetz, Calgary and Mr. and Roy Clifton of Hawaii Harvest farewell testimonial was held for ETZIKOM (HNS) Erickson, son of Mr. Ing Is completed here now. Rain halted the work Sept. 9. The first snow fell Sept. 11. The first heavy frost came Sept. Mrs. Lloyd Erickson prior to his departure for a mission for the LDS Church. He will be in the Hawaiian mission field. Cattle are in good condition. There will be plenty of Named Little or no weed spraying was done BUTTE (HNS) Gabriel Nagy and Mrs. Renncr were named Meet of the annual fall of the Butte BARNWELL (HNS) scheduled for November first home and school In the opening meeting of for the year was held year, conveners reported with President Dclbert 11 tables were purchased son St. Catherine School. Performance NATAL, B.C. (HNS) At floor joists, rafter meeting of the District of new plumbing and new wood council, Bruno will be required in most qua, building inspector, ed he had appraised all decided that gional District of East bonds would be nay buildings to from anyone wishing which could be brought up move one of these bouses to the standards required for location to also appointed a He reported eight of the of revision which will sit ignated buildings could 2 to make adjustments to brought up to standard. voters list. Mayor John are the buildings formerly will sit with two ald- ed by Mr. Kubinec, Mr. vich, Mr. Amundsen, Mr. first session which will siana, Mr. Lant, Mr. Clieslon, Mr. Sluryk and Mr. Berdusco. A considerable expense be held from 11 a.m. to 12 noon. The afternoon session be involved lo bring most probably be held from 4 Ihese buildings lo 5. Barn well Visitors BARNWELL (HNS) and Mrs. C. Wesley Crad- Evelyn Henderson, her who farm south and east band Gil Henderson and Taber. young daughter Paula grandparents are Mr. arrived from San Louis Mrs. James C. Grigor of Calif., to visit relatives Henderson recently re- Mrs. Henderson's parents from service in Vietnam. LAST CHANCE I A Large Selection Of Our Merchandise Is Going At Tremendous Savings We Are Preparing To Move To Our New Location In CENTRE VILLAGE MALL SAYINGS OF UP TO 50% THURSDAY 9 A.M. DOORBUSTERS USED STOVES ONLY 3 ONIY TRUCKLOAD FREEZER SALE CORONADO 16888 19995 2299S 15 CUBIC FOOT FlflREGLASS 18 CUBIC FOOT FIBREGLASS Reg. 209.95..... 23 CUBIC FOOT FIBREGLASS Reg. 244.95 CLOTHING DEPARTMENT SPORTING GOODS Camping Mattress 1750 2 only. Reg. 21.95 NOW Fishing Supplies 25% Off Golf Equipment 25% Off Baseball Equipment 25% Off Ladies' Purses PriceflJP Asst, Lines of Winter Boots 30% Off Ladies', Men's and Children's Runners 30% Misses' Skirt and Vest Sets Jr. Misses' Skirt and Vest Sets 3-99 Boys' Pants Reg. 5.66.........................................NOW 2'00 Aqua Net Hair Spray Reg 87c.................................NOW Assorted Lines of Hair Color Reg NOW Hallowe'en Costumes Reg 66c B8c NOW Salt and Pepper Shakers Reg Visit Our Bargain Bar for our Many Unadvertised Specials PAINT DEPARTMENT CAVALIER PAINT Reg. 8.95 gal.......NOW gal. g.99 Reg. 2.89 qt.........NOW qt. g.66 ASSORTED COLOURS Reg. to 10.95 NOW gal. 4.QQ Reg. to 3.95 qt.......NOW qt. 1 .QQ PAINT BRUSH 4" Reg. 2.98..............NOW 2.00 FURNITURE ASSORTED MATTRESSES AND CHAIR Reg 19950 NOW BABY CARRIAGE Reg. 49.95. NOW 1 only Reg 259 95 DINETTE SUITE. 1 ONLY Reg. 159.95. NOW RECORD 50% 30% 50% 30% OFF 990 1.49 als DINETTE SUITE. 1 ONLY Reg 1 T9 95 BEDROOM SUITE. 1 ONLY Reg 289 95 149.88 269.95 69.00 SEALY POSTURPEDIC 54" POLE LAMPS AND SWAG LAMPS 23" WESTINGHOUSE B i W TV. Reg 299 ENTIRE STOCK OF HASSOCKS WESTERN STYLE CHAIR AND MATCHING COFFEE TABLE. Reg. 84.00. NOW RECLINER. 1 only. Reg. 129 95. NOW ASSORTMENT OF SEWING MACHINE CASES OF PICTURES AQ.J Limited Quantity Check Our for Unadvertised Automotives Department CAR SEAT COVERS AUTO. BABY BED. 1 only Reg. 15.95. HOW 30% OFF 11.88 ANTIFREEZE Prestone Anti-Leak 246 6.99 SMALL APPLIANCES DISPLAY STOCK CORONADO TEFLON FRYPAN Reg. 18.95 CAN OPENER Reg CORONADO FRYPAN Reg. 15.50 CAN .18.88 CORONADO HAIR DRYER Reg. 14.50. ELECTRIC KNIFE Reg 20 WAFFLE IRON (TEFLON) Reg 19.50 36 CUP PERCOLATOR Reg. 18.95 CORONADO PERCOLATOR Reg. 11.99 DOMINION HAIRSETTER Reg 23 13.88 G.E. MIXER Reg. 24 DOMINION HAIBSETIER Reg. 15.95. DOMINION MIXER Reg 16 CORONADO MIXER Reg. 12.50 4 SLICE TOASTER Reg. 24.50. NOW 1 ONLY TRUCK TIRE 750x20. Reg. 71.50 BROKEN LINES OF IMPLEMENT TIRES. 14" and Reg. 9.45. EACH..... Hardware Department Building Paper NOW 1'98 4888 FAMIIY {HMDING TFNTDF Umbrella 1QM FAMILY SHOPPING CENTRE 426 6TH STREET SOUTH OPEN THURSDAY and FRIDAY 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. ;