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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE IETH8R1DGE HERA'.i) Fridny, Aucjull tvina Home ceramics workshop Dy JUDK TUIUC Herald Staff Writer With their basement filled to overllowitiH in completed ccrn- ink'S, partially clone ccrnmics. and rcady-to-go molds, Arnold and Mary Dyck liavc little lime to spare. Mr. and Mrs. Dyck, liavc been residents for three years, have work- ing in the field of ceramics since1 13138. Originally, Mrs. Dyck the hobby, following a visit to lier sister's home. "She liEil been doing ceramic said Mrs. Dyck "and il looked interesting and easy. "T got into a ceramics group back home, nnd began to Inkc classes." Getting her huslwnd involved in the liobby tool; very little persuasion, as they bad "al- ways been doing hobbies to- gether." 'Hie Dyjk's inlcrest led thorn lo purchasing a small ktlti im- "Thc worl: she said, 1 "takes up ;i good part of our time, P..S each piece hss to be fh'ed from 1-1 to 16 hours. "It's just like farming, you ean't leave until it's all done.'1 Although Mr. and Mrs. Dyck the hobby, their six chil- Symphony CERAMICS HOBBY Just a of frlie niany varied and inleresling pieces of porcelain have boon made by Arnold ond Mary Dyck. a large kiln in ihc basement of iheir home, and to teaching ceramic'; classes during the wmler months. Kerber Pholo Mr. end Mrs. Dyck's hobby has led them lo installing Typewriter designed for handicapped, By CATMIE KETI HcraM SlafC Writer (Cathie is a journalism stu- dent working at the Herald for the summer) A groat number of young people snorn to spenc) some of their summer timr: silling in restaurants or cofr'ec houses. It may be for Ihe purpose of mecLing friends, or going for -something lo satisfy their ap- petite and quench their thirst. While in the restaurant, they occasionally do things which turn out a little off beat and often cause upsetting results. Take for example, a group of girls sitting together ir. one nf the better known restaurants in tov.il. They were enjoying their cof- fee and cigarettes, as well as the conversation and laughter. One girl casually making explanatory motions with her hands to illustrate hnr wise- cracks aimed at the others present. Another, following her sway- ing hand, impulsively decided to pat it away in a casual but teasing manner, trying to tics- troy her insulting jihbcrisli. She succeeded, -Not only did she succeed in patting her friend's hand out. of the way, but she also patted n full glnss of water and ice cubes out of the way. Tn fact, she the glass so hard, it tumbled over. Amici of oxdterncnl thc girls' mopped up the spilt water by using up half a box of paper napkins; nonchalantly pushed them inlo a comer of the table, and tried to hide all with a couple of well-placed glasses. With things back to normal, the girls chatted some more, ami drank ;i few more cups of coffee. i After a ppace of time had elapsed, one of the girl's de- cided it was time to leave, and "If the waitress ever brings us our bill, we can split." Another commented that the bill had Already been delivered somo time But where or. the table was if? The group searched on ton of the table, under the table ond under the chairs, but could- n't scern lo find the bill. "Hut I know she brought us the bill after she served us our VANCOUVEP The G. F. Strong Rehabilitation Centre here has unveiled its latest elec- tronic British-made typewriter that operates by breatli control. The device, called the Patient Operated Selector Mechanism enables severely handicapped persons to use a typewriter by sucking in or puffing out breaths. Medical director Dr. A. C. _xV calendar of local happening! The Minus One Cluh nil! Mel a dance in Ihc Polish Hall on Saturday from 9 1 p.m. Music by the Bridgetown Trio. Mem- bars anil guests to Took at. the pile of soa nnpldr.s in the corner, an idea hit ore of the girls. Pinking through the mess, she discovered the bill had been used :is an aid in the rnopping- up procedure. Dry napkins were pul lo work in an effort In un.sonk Ihe hill. It was made presentable though linip. At the check out counter, the bill v.Tis set down with more than enough change, fol- by a disappearing act in er to avoid e-rnba rras sing walking out, Ihc cof- fee shop vai) left with Join the light brigade. PARK Your oscurarK.e of quality ;