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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 LFIHSSIDGE HERALD FriJoy, December 1, 1972 Neater appearance for average ivoman kir.s instead YORK The new and costs, but for they seemed tco much like the real thing. Kasper liked dot; for evening, too in long ruffled organza. However, the dots didn't work a; well as long banana-colored shirt an ivory dress jacket. sprit; g fasnior.s ar.d related 'co frantic and Kcoky. Clothes are put-together, lush. serer.e. collected, matched, co- ordinated, trim and ron People have begun to ro- tice tha! the street is loo'-dng neater. Ard the trend should t-.vo years from vvhen ev- eryone tired c; neat ar.d resdy for Polka ;vere a favorite at the Kasper for Joan Leslie line. presenced recently i: t h e American Srovrlngs, Other K a s p e r favorites: plaids for dav the double skirt tre soft suit. In the J. L. Sport collection, Hamper reached for the cardi- gan, tennis sweater ing and neat. Skirts are narrow- er, and that wrap look is gain- ins; ground, with designers tike Kasrer liked c-3'ece ar.d Halsron. who has m black ar.d Uory cots. shown plenty of WTaps for the Some oi the richer: 'ooViir.s combg season. i women will find some perfectly pleasant selections clothes were his ivory siik Li-en shin dressc-5. They IcoVred ex- pensive, and priced about from the new JS IJmited collec- S144. tion. from Jerry Silverman and The dot turned up a sain in a Shannon Rodders, Sizes tun series of bacnrobe-and-pyjams from 12 to 20. .ISSTER'S MUSIC LTD. Corner Campus uate avert emergencies KAREN" CRANE ttinston Churchill It seems the year has been flying by in leaps ar-d fcourds. The wetks seem like days they go so fast. Christmas is creep- ing up on us tefore we're ready, ar.d the once distant are DOW coldly staring us in the face. Do you realize we have jiist 10 more days of classes te- fore Isn't it? POTTERY ON DISPLAY The Oldman River Potters' Guild hold ifs annual Christmcs end sale of the of Icccl pclfers at the Bowman Art Centre, commencing The run through Dec. 10. I reaUy can't say the students boosted. peop'e who showed outstanding spirit throughout the week. Two oc these awards wenc to 7. T 7 sophomores, Karen James erd Poor CflOlCe JOT Well-end QIC Gil Gerry Hart. Three teachers aiso won awards for the tricycle f races. They each received a lol- Ikcp. The week was wrapped up with a dance Friday evening. Orphan Annie was the band. As a whole I feel the week was a success, spirit has been Hours are p.m. Sundays, 2-4 p.m. and caoin from 7-9 p.m. Monday Thursday only G ros n e a !i o t c s -Bil WINNIPEG fCPv Though j rfj or.e H'-x-s to think about it. I ihore snow eti-in days are j nov; is the time I to pel house ca? ready lo j v, ithjtard storm-S. I The Manitoba department j fit' agriculture has some tips to h-eJD you keep warm and frrd even if you're stranded in a .ifjrrn stuck with a failure. E-; sure you have enough hteiur.s fuel in your home at ail t Lines to you through three nays when roads might be impassable. Have some auxiliary he-at- ing ard cooking f aclli n case there is an tries! failure. Have 2 complete supply of first-aid materials, and ho-A- to '.IE them, Most inter fires are caused by overheated stoves, fireplaces, f'jmaces or chim- revs. Be all your heat sources in good condition and them carefully. FULL TANK HELPS Keep the gas of your car full in cold weather. A full tank cuts tr.e risk of in the and you can keep the you're in y girls envy skinny fads By ANGELA TAYLOR New York Times Service of Churchill are taking this lack of time seriously. N'ov. 21- 24 was spirit week for the pur- pose of bringing in the basiet- ball season ard sending of: our volleyball teams to a tourna- ment. Tncidentaliy, the girls placed second ard the boy5 third. Not bad Churchill! Anyway, spirit was quite a Tuesday start- ed it with a mild mannered color clash day to get everyone ia the mood. Wednesday was grease day. Everyone dressed up as greasers and honestly. I'd say soie ot the students really hit the nail or: the head. There were r from bobbed hair, i skirts be'ow the knees, and hoh- by soci-ts to motorcycle sang types with chairs ar.d 'shades.' There was a sock hop at neon ar.d we revived the oid reck and roll hits and WHEW: Now we know wr.y all the kids of the fifties were so skinny! Thursday was kiddies day and all the tough kids from Wednesday were miraculously transformed into Innocent look- ing children with lollipops and stuffed toys. hope it stays wav. NET-' YORK In tr.e first place, the group's members said, they hate the word "chubby.'' They hated it as babyish and uziy when they were children, and they loathe it even more now that they're at least 11, and some as old as 16. Still, one gir! conceded._the sauad of cheeriead- r problem has to be weLi-srco-.v-id Basketball season will offi- ciaiiy be getting to- night with Churchill challeng- ing Fort Macleod. The teams art ready to go and everyone is invited to come watch. Tr.e new ers discussion going about the shoo's name. minced the name very much before I saw the clothes." isid Scarlett a statu- from S o rn e r- viile. X.J. "When my mother first said Set's try the Chubby Shop. I hated the idea. But I loved the clothes.'' ''It's putting yourself down.1' i contributed E 1 i n e Wilder, z thoughtful year old from Manhattan. ''Vo'jr friends like it to something different and wild.'' But the came has (o somehow descriptive, a st o r e executive poicted out. She ex- plained that a blanker, less ex- planatory' n.arr.e had been tried, and but that sales had fallen ''Most people like thin peo-; summed up Lucy Mc- Bride, 11. of the Bronx, a sigh. uBut you want to Icok at somebody you can identify with." insisted Scarlett. ''You see in the j Helen added, ''Then you go to 'the store and nothing fits, you. i It ruins your whole day. You fr get depressed and you Before :t ha v yo ar.d eoua'Li fcaust sys'Jr Check hlades ar.d r> gets really cold, brakes ad j i and ycftir ex- checked. '.vir.dshield wiper the defros- ter Is workiss. The ca" s hould be fitted v.itn tires arji you might want chains in severe ccrv dluons. The battery terminals should be cOean and cahles tightly conntctKl. Tr.e battery should hxj fully charged. Drain ar.d flush the car ra- diator. A'jci and check hostsi. Add a proper grade of ttr oil the chassU greased. It woiiM pay to have the car Eiiven a thorough tuneup. ir.el'J'iirg'jr. sy.s- tc-rn. generator, points, timing and spark pluss. STORM KIT L'SEFCL If you t r avc! in areas and popu- lation or if you've a chance of getUng stucfc on the road, it to a storm kit in the car. department r c c o m- mer.ds include or mare. blankc-'-s. matches, candles, an parka, It should COT.tain some high-cal- orie r.on-rxrris ha We food. a first-aid shovel, flashlight, booster cables, tow chain, fire and catalytic heater. f: you are stuck in a siorm, to walk through it to Don't overexert or subject yourself to overexpos'iire trying to push cr your csr uJt if the situation ii hopeless. Vour be'-t shelter is usually the car. Run the motor asd heater sparingly, leaving; a do'RTi'sirrd open for ventilation. Exercise awi if you have pas-sen- dcm't let everj'one sleep a: same time. LfAve the dome lishi on at rJght arid a fias'Tj-.s in? if you have one available. THE BEHER HALF By Barnes The c h r v s a n t h ernum lea by Dr. F. H. come au give voar support. The Bulldogs ar.d Mastiffs E. EverOTi. F. baum. S. D. Rwrke, E. U. Ry- "Caftarj? What are Harriet. tr.cse things. You !ooi' a circ-03, My girl frier.d got one ard three of us could get in TK girls agree that rno'.r.ers arc- a pr lem. They on you. They dor. t ycjjf Usta. They say things K, it, it fits y couid save money by eating riahl after shopping .The prices njirrmy aooelite." Holmes, and IDsses Neely acd D. Church. maty December 13th brings Churchill's second nigbt oi en- races were held at! tertainment to the public. It is noon. Ifuch tu our surprise the j to be held at the Yates at teachers team won. p.m. It usually coreisu of a se- Speakirig of the teachers, i ries of short plays. I'm sure their participation in spirit j you'll enjoy them. Help make week was really appreciated, i Drama Sight big a success sure they enjoyed it as as Variety Night, come, much as we did. Friday was called ugly day. Although it may seem a bit funny thing though, few dressed early Merry Christmas up. I wonder why? A pep rally happy exams! They'll be alotig was held in the morning and i before you Study, stu- various prizes were giver, to dents. stores call fat boys ''husky." Since part of lha board's func- tion LI to tell the store it is doing vTrong as wel! as right the girls get a lively calcnaa local -k LEISTER'S COMING EVENTS SYMPHONY CONCERT MONDAY, DEC 4 P.M. YATES ME.MO81AL CEMTSE Anne Campbell Singers and Teen "SINGING TREE" SUNDAY, DEC. 10 and P.M YATH V.E.MOSIAl CEH7SE L.C.I. Bands WINTER CONCERT TUESDAY, DEC. 12-3 P.M. YA7E5 MEMORIAL CENTS! 26th Annual ROTARY CAROL FESTIVAL MONDAY, DEC. 12-8 P.M. SOUTHMIMSTES UHIT50 CHURCH Allied Arfs Council CHRISTMAS PANTOMINE Gef Your Tickets Early DEC. 26 fo DEC. 29 LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. PARAMOUNT THEATRE BIDG. PHONE 323-4030 The LethhrMjf; snd District 0 S c i rn e r s' Pena.-r.icar, Club be open Saturday from 0 p.m. to p.m. for a danonj' ar.d rrfresb- merr. who err- ioy playir.g the rr.outh organ are i.-.-.-ited to bring t'rAir in- Beta Pr.i'; a bail -Mil txr urday a Even FarrJiy Uurar." music pro ty AU S i g r.'; 2 ?r.i HONOLULU fAP) To chil- dren 5ome trdrig.i are sacred. And cce of them is tte'. ha.s to be a That's what a 20 year o'd female Sania zrA at a centre fo-r.d out. Larsen, manager d the Kahala Mall, r.e hired who didn't to be w as one of Sar.tas working at centre. The other was a rnar.. children, even orj5 years old, a flaw in ths Santi's 7--eii long of a man, said. KutuaSIy ajreed that s'rx; Lodge will the Cnristmas tea and bazaar Saturday from 2 p.m. to p m. in St. Augustine's Cnurch Hall. General conveners are J.irs. C. NSron and Mrs. A. L. Hovan. S. Ferguwn will be in charge of the white elepbarJ; ta- ble and the h a k e table will be the direction of Mrs. C. J. Davis ar.d Mrs. A. S. John- stone. In charge of kitchen arrange- ments is Mrs. J. Ingram as- sisted by Mesdames A. L. Hovan, D. Crabb, A. Campbell, T. Archbald ar.d E. Houseiy. Mrs. R. M. Long is in charge of the raff'e ar.d treasurer will Mrs. C. Miron. of v-il] a fai- try Si'.urriay frnm 2 o p, rri. or. v.'.il rx: i'.o zrA yrssim titYa: '.'fA ar.d sale hold trj5 party fr.r.. i! in t.r.e f, fro SilOTl IHTSODUCIOR'C PEE-CHRISTMAS WALL CLEANING SPECIAL By MAGIC KISS. SAVE 20% an cvf low priesi on all ond c'esnlng 27tn ihru Oec. 25th. for FREE ESTIMATE 32S-2403 or 323-9313 LAST CHANCE TO BUY AVON GIFTS FOR CHRISTMAS (cffsr Dec. Special Prices In Effect Until Saturday Only! INSTALLED Without Fad! 3 Distinctive Carpets at low, low sale prices! VO1LA U rn Flush static tree Sr.og SO. YD. SILK and SATIN Ji 1 00't r and 3 0 c; Price Including 12 popular ilemj at PHONE YOUR AVON LADY OR 328-7424 LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE SOCIAL DANCE SAT., DEC. 2nd P.M. MOOSE HALL Music by "BLUES" ME.V.EiSS AKO INVITED GUESTS ONLY FUTURISTIC Brig nity patterned Idoal for ruir-p'ji SO. YD. SO. YD. 4 s-'id .45 "WE OFFER TOP OUALITr SALES AND INSTALLATION DON BESOM AN FINANCING AVAILABLE FREE ESTIMATES 7.95 8Y CUSTOM INSTALLATION FLOOR COVER! 27T5 12th Ave. S., Lethbridge Phone Office 328-0372 Rev 328-1854 THURS. ond FRI. Till 9 P.M. ;