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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta December 1, 1970 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 17' 'Value'VIllage t COKNH1 W "h AVBMIt S. COVERED UP CLOTHING Designer Pauline Trigare says the 1971 fashion look will be covered up. Her Monday shoving in New York included these spring variations on that theme. Black dress at left is topped by a long, ostrich .boa. Model at centre transforms a print cotton dress into a glimmering evening dress, right, by slipping on an "illusion a net coat with scattered beading. Capes, scarves, shawls and jackets Covered-lip look for spring NEW YORK (AP) A cov- ered-up look is in for designer Pauline Trigere. She has topped almost all her spring dresses and pants with jackets, coats, capes, scarves or shawls. out an> The Ladies Auxiliary of the Royal Canadian Legion recent- ly held a fall tea in the Memor- ial hall. Pouring tea were Mesdames Vi Cuell, Ada Robinson and Ellen Lowe. Tea tables were under the supervision of Mrs. Nellie pantry table, Mrs. Florence Wakelen; sewing and craft table, Mrs. Louise Fulton and Mrs. Amy Turner; kitchen, Mrs. Eleanor Munros and cashier was Mrs. Margaret Durina. Even long sleeved cotton dresses were topped with an "il- lusion coat" made of black net and dotted with beading which transformed the simple dresses instantly into shimmering evening gowns. On several basic black dresses she added long, ostrich boas, noting that she would "like to leave ah1 the furs in the closet for the spring." At the American Designer Showings Monday, Miss Trigere presented one of her softest and sheerest collections ever. Sev- eral indigo colored dresses had a chiffon print bodice and the same print in crepe for the skirt. Miss Trigerc showed several pants outfits, including an ele- gant white jumper with a man- darin collar and gold buttons, worn under a white and grey coat. The designer, whose hemlines The Ideal Christinas Gift! HURSES PANTSUITS in the Latest Styles and Knits JiN'S UNIFORM CENTRE "FOR ALL YOUR UNIFORM NEEDS" (04 ith Street S. Phone 328-363! (upstdfrs) were placed two inches below the knee, said she didn't want to discuss hemlines because it hac become such a "boring sub- ject." CRANBERRY SAUCE VWI I tfc MINCEMEAT Ocean Spray, 14-01 tins 2 For m M Nescafe, '0-OT- 'ar 44-oi. jar Sun-Rype, Red or Blue, Alberta Gold, 48-oz. tin tJ for 1-lb. pkg. 3 FANCY IMPORTED TINNED 15 Different Designed Tins z. tin AM Alberta Gold 1-lb. pkg. ONIONS, OLIVES, GHERKINS Oriental; 4 6-oz. lor Christmas events for pensioners The Christmas party of His Original Pensioners and Se- nior Citizens Society will be held Dec. 18 at p.m. in gym 2 of the Civic sports Cen- tre. Entertainment and a spe- cial lunch will be provided. Another Christmas event will be the annual tour of the city to view Christmas decorations sponsored by Northern Bus Lines and CJOC. Lunch and entertainment will be provided. Persons wishing to attend are asked to call the organization at 327-3346 by Dec. 5. Transportation to and from winter meetings can also be arranged by calling ftis num- ber. APPLE JUICE MARGARINE Peaches 2 Pears 2 I CUUICJ 1Q07 for OW Cheese Slices BEANS WITH PORK Pickles 85 Ice Cream Niblets Corn Minute Rice Honey Orange Tang Dutch Rusks -L 14-ozliniy? for HAS 21st CHILD CALCUTTA (AP) The In- dian government, trying to make headway with its birth control program, was notified that a woman in Assam had her 21st child. TIRMS STRICTLY CASH HJASB 1ADIES' AND TEENS' (OATS CLEARING AT PRICE CHILDREN'S fa COATS and I JACKETS I CLEARING NOW AT OFF I 89' Mclorens, Polish Dills; No Garlic Dills Whole, Half or Shonk Gratfe 'A' 10-14 lb. oven KurnporKoum Cottage Rolls .lb. HAMS Turkeys Leg Roast of Pork Rump or Round Roast SM m. VW A ft ft PORK f tl BURNS OR MAPIE IEAI< 1.39 f I Sausage PRODUCE GRAPEFRUIT It I'00 CELERY HEARTS BANANAS Yellow. 8 lb.. I" Serv. Cheat. Sauc. alue'Village BAKERY CHILDREN'S WEAR ACE GIGANTIC CIEAROUT AT of VII Ijf 322 13th Street N. COBY'S FASHIONS SAUSAGE ROLLS SOFT DINNER Dime bunj Doien 39' Maple Walnut LAYER CAKES BLUEBERRY TARTS Topped with Whipped Cream OPEN THURSDAY and FRIDAY TILL 9 P.M. UNTIL CHRISTMAS I Phone 327-5687 'Value'Village 1 LOCATED nt COBNfS ;