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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE UIHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, Auguil IT, 1971 Yves Saint Laurent abandons haute couture PARIS (API -Yves Saint Laurent, one-time boy won- der of Lhe French fashion world, finnmmccd litre he is abandoning liis Jiigli fashion collections. The move was interpreted ns a Mgn of (he crisis in (he French fashion world, which is lingering between the old crri of hand-stitched robes for a wealthy clientele and the mass market of rcatly-lo- YVES SAINT LAURENT wear tlie masses. Saint Lament flashed to fame in 1957 as the shy 22- year-old successor to Chris- tian Dior, the undisputed fashion king of Paris, who had just died. lie founded his own house in I9fil after Hie Dior house declined to take him back following his dis- charge from Hie army. Saint Laurent will continue in fashion with his ready-lo- w-ear collections sold in oou- liuiics carrying his name all over the world. He will also continue lo design for private clients. Pierre Berg c. business manger al (he Saint Lau- rent house, foreshadowed the announcement in a radio in- terview when he said IIP had lost his faith in the meaning of haute eoulurc, claiming [hat ready-to-wear reaches a much wider public. Neither Berge nor Saint Laurent were available for comment, but a spokesman for the house said that many of the best ideas had pone into Saint Laurent's boutique collection shown three months ago. rather than the haute couture collection pre- sented late in July. and ouit of town i Social Credit Women's Asso- A miscellaneous shower was elation will hold a tea Satur- lielrl in honor of bride-elect day for Dick Gmcmvald. Social! Miss Karen Compton, whose Credit candidate for LethbricJge j marriage to Mr. David Carter West, at the committee room, of St. Catharine's Ont is an 323 7lh St. S. from 2-4 p.m. i event of August 14, was held Mrs, Logan Tait was hostess Tor the occasion PEACE AND TRANQUILiTY bul if you eol, ihere are always dishes lo clean. And when you're fed as well as llie senior citizen? attending Canyon Church Camp (his week, there arc mountains of dishes as Mildred Laqua, right is finding out. Bul the way of life con really 'be a dog's life wild nothing more lo do lhan en- joy nature all around. Camp mother Kate Parry left, si rolls through the mosl familiar gronds wilh one of Ihe senior citizens attending, and the friendly neighborhood dog. LailVOU L-nUVCh T aClJlll nanc: Preg parents should know TORONTO (CP) Parents should be told if their teen-aped daughter is pregnant because the burden of pregnancy is Ico heavy for a girl to bear alcne. says Dr. Martin Wolfish. But Dr. Wolfish, chief of ado- lescent services at the Hospital (or Sick Children here, did not adnse doctors or nurses lo lell the parents. The girl should do the telling, if possible. He said a (een-ager need.1: help in deciding whether to marry her lover, keep her child, have it adopted or have the pregnancy ended. Dr. Wolfish spoke at a week- long session at the hospital on adolescents. Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Frame. accompanied by Patricia, re (urned last week after attend- ing tire wedding. August 3 ot tlicir daughter. Mar'orie Belle j to Mr. Richard George Reinke of Toronto, in On- tario. Senior citizens enjoy quiet camping Correction August 14, and not October U as previously stated is lo he the date of an open house in I honor of Mr and Mrs R. (Bob and Ruth) Harvey's 30th weddinr anniversary. The cele- bration is being sponsored by the Harveys' family and will be held in the Old Timers Pem- mican Club Rooms (5 Ave. and 9 St. S) from 7 to 9 p.m. It has been requested by the couple that there be no gifts. By UKVICl'.LY-ANX CARLSON Staff IVi'illT People ran live alone, v.-alk eat alone, sleep alone, and watch television alone, bul they can't lauah alone. This is the motlo of llie Se- nior Citizens camp now in pro- gress at Canyon Church in Red Rock Canyon, Yv'alcrton Lakcf. according Mrs. (hvtll Le Gordon, one the par- ticipanls from High River, and Marj Culler, president of Ihc Caiyon Church Camp Associa- tion. "We're nol lierc for anything J but io lake senior citizens to I places near the camp, and to help them in Ihc Miinga that they may want io do." says Mrs. Culler. And, as one of the male guests at the camp pointed out, 1 it sejms lo he working. "This is the first Sunday in about four years that 1 haven't lie The camp, which runs until August H, is being attended by members of Lelhbridge's Gold- en Mile Drop-In-Centrc, as well as olhcr persons [rom Ihc southern Alberta area. With a lots] ol 3-1 senior citi- zens, Ihere are four leaders 1 present for every seven camp- ers. 1 Very loosely structured, ihe endeavors to cater to Llie "right-now" desires of the i campers. One of the added features of 1 the camp is the number of amateur musicians in atten- dance. "I just can't believe her fingers was Ihe only .Mrs. Culler could de- scribe Harriet McDonald, Ihe pianist. She then went on (o list ''Jenny her mouth or- gan: then there's Jill Tycson. the nurse, with her guitar; and self with my guitar, and .leff with his." A first was registered for Ihe ramp last week as Paige Alli- son, daughlcr of camp nurse. Diaiinc Burns of Pincher Creek, was baptized in the nuldoor chapcl. A most welcome visitor is camp mother, Kate Parry, who WES the cook for the camp for Ihe first 20 years of its opera- lion. Miss Parry reminisced about Ihe days from 19-14 lo 1901 when there were anywhere from six lo nine one-week camps with over ion people attending ''still sleeping in tents." and she prepared meals for them; Ibrn1 meals a day for l.hc en- lire six or nine weeks. Received highest norsing award Red Cross worker retires after 25 years TORONTO fCP) Nurse Helen McArthur, who started her career 40 vcars ago in th Lesser Slave Lake district of Northern Alberta, has hung up her cloak. Miss McArthur. 60. retired! this week after 25 years as na- j Uonal director of nursing ser-1 vices for the Canadian R e o" i Cross. Her position, she said, had been one of leadership, "and lire cloak gets kind of heavy she one of only hvo public when you have to carry it con- j Servanls in Ihe arsa. The other I ,vas an RCMP officer. McArthur served in war-torn Kbrea, Japan, and in Canada for several organizations. She was interviewed this week as she was vacating her Toronto office. 'GET NOSTALGIC' "After you empty all the CARPE7 and she Free Estimates! No Obligation! PHONE that strikes me most is Ihc amount I've packed aita Ihc last 25 CAPITOL FURNITURE "The Carpet House of Ihe During her three-year stay in 1 the Lesser Slave Lake WITH A m 6lh SI. THURSDAY UNTIL 9 m U Stock Reduced Example and Dress REDUCED WU m as veil as Canadian advisor In the Korean Red Cross. Miss McArlhur became di- rccior of the school of nursing at University of Alberta after completing her bachelor cf sci- ence degree. She also has held oflicc in several professional organiza- tions. She has been president or Lhe Canadian Nurses' Organization and of University of Alberta Hospital Alumni Association. "Mi s AlcAilhiir was first vice- piidciit o. I ho Albnrlfi Asso- (i it ion of Registered Nurses and chairman of the nursing section of Ihe Canadian Public Health Association. also has served in an in- lemalional capacity, as cli.'iir- i man of the League of Tied Cress Societies. 1 During her career. Miss Mc- 1 Arthur earned several awards, including the Fiorr.nce Nightin- Kale Medal, highest nursing award of the Canadian Red Crnss. in 1F1S7. This year she was the firs r e L- i p i e n t of Ihe Nurses Association medal for leadership in the profession. Aflrr all this, Miss McArllmr said: 1 "We spend much too long J laking roles in my j profession. There arc so many I brilliant young omen to ram7 on the work and lo set new patterns and new direc (ions for tin profession to Evidently, camp conditions aL LhaL time were not exactly according to Miss Parry. Tubs were kcnl filled v.idi ice to keep (lie milk cold Hie perishable meals kepi, wa- ter-proofed, in the river and water pipes we're above Lhe grovid "After Hie hikes, it used to be a constant baUle lo sec who could get lo Lhe showers fust bec.iusn they would have the warm water from Lhe sun-heat- ed pipes, and Minse following would get cold rivcr-walci added Mrs. Culler. y One ol Ihe best she continued "ua.s when we u cd lo go out picking Ssskaloon berries. As soon as we got'% back. Kate used to cook up a bunch of pics, and then raffle one of them off." remember laying 51.50 for a slice she said. But although Ihc Saskatoons si ill prow, it is doubtful thai Liie 66-C5-year-old-campers. he making any exlcnded Ircks into the mountain greenery to pick them. They will be content to play cards, and other small games, listen to and walch the birds and animals, be together, and laugh. AND AFTER after the chores, after the songs, after ihe nalure strolls, there are momenls of quiel, mom- enls of resl, and moments to remember. BINGO MOOSE HALL 1234 3rd AVENUE NORTH WEDNESDAY AT P.M. Jackpot S125 in 57 Numbers 12lli Game in 7 4rh Blfi 12 Games Doubled in 7 Numbers 5 Cards 2 FREE GAMES FREE CARDS DOOR PRIZE NO CHILDREN UNDER 16 SPONSORED BY THE LOYAL ORDLR Of MOOSE much in demand in NVvt.hcni Alberta that "you never locked your diu.r." Miss .McArthur earned (he title I lie Canadini. NichtinRalc during her .service in Korea. SERVED IN' I'AR KAST She served both in Korea and in J.-ipan for If1, 'norths as a special represent al.ive. of I lie Canadian Red Cross and as as- sociate ro-ordinalor fnr 1 h r 1 League of Jled Cross THURSDAY IS DOLLARDOT AT BENEFIT SHOES ONE TABLE OF ODDMENTS IN LOAFERS. Reg. 6.95 8.95. OUT THEY GO .....PAIR ONE TABLE OF LOAFERS AND DRESS SHOES. Rcq. 8.95 23.95. OUT THEY GO PAIR ONE TABLE TEENERS' CHUNKIES, SHORT LINES, LADIES' HUSH PUPPIES. ALSO DRESS SHOES. Hog. 11.95 up. OUT THEY CO PAIR All Short Linei so Shop Early for Truly Oulitnndinrj Buyt. BENEFIT SHOES LTD. 415 4th Avc. S. Phono 327-7300 OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY Till 9 P.M. 1.00 3.00 IES' HUSH 5.00 TERRIFIC BUYS FOR WEDDINGS SHOWERS, OR FOR THE HOME PORTABLE MIXER Our regular low price was 15.68. NOW QNIY 13 ELECTRIC KETTLE Our regular low price was 10.88. NOW ONLY ___ 9 CUP COFFEE MAKER Our regular low price w NOW ONLY 19 DELUXE AUTOMATIC FRY PAN In Fltimo or Harvest Gold. Our low price M QO is 27.98 NOW ONIY 2 SLICE TOASTER Our regular low price wns I9.flfl. NOW ONLY 17' You Always do better at DOWNTOWN A06-60B 3rd Avenue S. CALL HOUSEWARES AT 327-5767 ;