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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, August 16, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD-9 -The Herald- Family BILL GROENEN photo Gazing forlornly With marked indifference, this young cat views a gray and bleak world from within her tranquil quar- ters. THE BETTER HALF By Barnes Promising artist acclaimed for line drawings VANCOUVER (CP) Jeri Turner received unfavorable critical notices for her first artistic effort, an abstract mural She executed it with crayon on her mother's wallpaper at the age of three The critics were friendlier this summer when 16-year-old Jen's drawings and watercolors went on public display. Dorothy Jensen of Vancouver, an art teacher employed by the British Columbia government, called Jen "a young artist with potential" whose fine line drawings show sensitivity and creativity." Peter Aspell, an artist and operator of a gallery and art studio, said Jeri "has tremendous potential and is someone who will develop into a future Canadian painter of merit Soon after Jeri could walk she started marking the walls. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES BLACKOUT (Played Until Won) LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (UptlBirt) EVERY THURS.-8 p.m. "Ruining a bedspread was the last straw." said Mrs. Turner "But I was unsuccessful in disciplining her away from drawing around the house." Before long the scribbles be- gan to take form. Mrs. Turner provided drawing tools to see what Jeri could do Jen experimented with many art forms, from pottery to prose, from drawing to painting, but her greatest attraction seemed to be a combination of pen-and-ink drawing and watercolor. She moves easily from the whimsical to the abstract Her work reflects a love of children, animals, nature and old familiar things. When she was 14, in 1972, she submitted drawings to Vancouver Latch, an annual outdoors show by the Arts Club of Vancouver, and sold some from 25 to 50 cents. At the show, Jeri met Trudi Norton of Vancouver who de- cided to act as her agent. A few months later, Jen's. drawings were being sold in galleries for Recently, some of the pen-and-ink and watercolor work brought Jeri often draws little girls without showing their faces. "You can't have it both ways either you get sweet-natured sloth, or a foul-tempered activist." Ann Landers CASH BINGO ST. BASIL'S HALL Cor. 13 St. 6 Ave. North Friday, August 16 8 o'clock 4th and 8th Games in 7 Numbers 12th Game 5 CARDS FOR OR EACH BLACKOUT JACKPOT IN SO NUMBERS LUCKY NAME DRAW WORTH LUCKY NUMBER QftAW WORTH WEEKLY DRAW WORTH 3 FREE GAMES DOOR PRIZE Persons Under 16 Years Not Allowed Sponsored by ST. BASIL'S MEN'S CLUB____________ KEYBOARD SALESMEN If you are a producer you'll like our program. Live and work in Canada's vacation land, the Rocky Mountains with access to Hot Springs, skiing, hunting and fishing. You can really enjoy your work in this fantastic growth potential area. Here is an opportunity to own your own exclusive territory and run it as your own business with very little investment. You can double the earnings of conventional programs. Send personal resume and last two years performance to: MR. A.D. McKINNON HAMMOND ORGAN STUDIOS 14A 9th Ave. South CRANBROOK, British Columbia VIC 2L8 Dear Readers: When I spoke in La Porte, Indiana, several weeks ago, a kindly gentleman handed me an envelope and said. "I think this is useful. I hope you will print it one day.'' He was right and here it is. A Child's Plea to His Parents Give me more than food to nourish me. Give me the warmth and the security of vour love. Let me enjoy all five senses. Give me plenty of things to look at. to feel, to smell, to listen to, to taste And even some things to break. Teach me to take my turn. Watch me play so you can see how I am trying to work out my problems and what I am up against. When you tell me to do something, please tell me why I should do it. Let me feel that I am a contributing member of the family. And be sure to include me in making the family plans when you can. Please don't keep me your baby when I want to feel grown up. Don't transfer your fears to me. I have enough of my own to cope with and I don't need any more. Help me not to act when I am angry. But don't make me so afraid of showing cinger that I lose my capacity to feel strongly about anything. Let me learn bit by bit to bear pain, to want things but to be strong enough to post- pone gratification of certain" feelings I am not yet ready to experience. Let me try out my new powers as my body develops to creep, to stand, to walk, climb, jump and run when-1 am ready. Don't limit the natural needs of my body because you have some un- resolved hang-ups. Give me a little corner in the house that is all mine and nobody else's. I need moments of peace and quiet that cannot be invaded by anyone. Give me my share of con- sideration and attention. I must know every day, even if for just a few moments, that I am the only one you are think- ing about and loving. Let me ask any question that pops into my head. Don't make me ashamed for having asked it, even if it ..iW._._l P A AiV 24" wheel. Each UNASSEMBLED HI-RISER BIKES girls'. wheels. EACH............... 35 CANADIAN READERS DICTIONARY -Hard cover. 67 PLASTIC LUNCH BOX not included. T EACH................. I MEN'S DRESS SOCKS 1" patterns PAIR Zellers County Fair Located in Zellere Shopping Centre on Mayor Magrath Drive. Open dally a.m. to p.m., Thursday and Friday a.m. to p.m. Telephone 328-6171 ;