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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE tETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, December 11, 1970 r f I (Calendar of Regular dance of (lie Forl Macleod Old Time dance club will be held Saturday from ii to p.m. in the Elemen- tary School. Lunch and all wel- come. Tlie board of directors of the Lellibridge and District Old- timers' Pemmican Club will meet in the club rooms on Dili St. S. at 8 p.m. Monday. Final- izalion of Uie plans for the 85tli ocal 1'icwpeiuncj.A door. Members and interested persons planning to attend must phone their name to the secre- tary at 327-32M so the neces- sary arrangem e nit s can be made. Transportation has been arranged to take awone home who requires it. The Pensioners and Se n i p r Citizens Ladies Auxiliary, affili- ated with the Provincial and Ppnsinnnrs u'ill hold its Exhibition Pavilion will be the main item under discussion and a full attendance is requested. V The Cliinook Pensioners and Senior Citizens Organization, af- filiated with Uie Provincial and National Pensioners and Senior Citizens Organization will hold its Christmas party on Wednes- day in gym two of the Civic Sports Centre with a pot luck slipper beginning at 6 p.m. Spe- cial entertainment by the Mar- tin Family will follow and Cap- tain Harold Cobb and Captain Keith Savers of the Salvation Army with their musical instru- ments will conduct Carol Sing- ing. City buses will then take all those present on a tour of Uie Christmas lights and will re- turn to the Civic Centre for bin- go and refreshments. Special Christmas treats and tea and coffee will be supplied. Chicken has been donated for the sup- per. Each one attending is re- quested to bring something for Uie supper. 1971 Member ship cards will be available at the held in thej christmas party, Friday, Dec ".....is at 1 p.m. in Room one (up stairs) of the Civic Sports Cen trc. Individual boxes of chicke will be ordered. Bingo will b played and there will be an ex change of gifts. Those plannin to attend must leave name wit secretary at 327-3264. Spe c i a treat to be provided. Southminster Circle dance club will hold a Chrisl mas party, Saturday at p.m. in Soulhm i n s t e r hal George Schrilt of Redcliff i. guest caller. Orders for lunc.: taken till p.m. The monthly meeting of th Lethbridge Handicraft Guil will be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. in the Bowman Arts Centre. The regular meeting of th Lethbridge Auxiliary to Shrin Hospitals for Crippled Children will be held Tuesdayin the home of Mrs. Agnes Millar, 723 13th St. S. at p.m. Al Shriner's wives w'elcome. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "Now this is going to hurt like blazes, buf I'm bigger than MAIL ORDERS! Tick off the selections you want and send ta us. You'll receive your records for only each. Pleats Add 15c Postage on Orders and under. 1. I THINK I LOVE YOU The Partridge Family I 1 1. BE MY BABY-Andy Kim i; 3. HE AIN'T MY BROTHER-Neil Diamond A. IMMIGRANT SONG-led Zepplin r 5. KNOCK THREE TIMES-Ddwn I 6. NO MATTER WHAT-The Bad Fingers 7. SING HIGH, SING LOW-Anne Murray 1 8. GYPSY WOMAN-Brian Hyland 1 1. TEARS OF A CLOWN-Smoky Robinson I 1 10. BURNING BRIDGES-Mike Curb and Congregation I'- SHARE THE LAND-Guess Who 12. I'M NOT MY BROTHERS KEEPER-The Flaming Embers PASTORIAL PAGEANT St. Augustine's Junior Choir p.m. in St. Augustine's Church. The pageant is again and St. Monica's Choir rehearse for the annual nativity open to the public, pageant which is fo be held this year on Sunday at 7 Consumers guideline available Toy selection geared to age level By CHRISTINE PUIIL Herald Staff Writer Each age group of children las its own stages of develop- ment and behavior. This analy- sis provides a useful yardstick when selecting a toy for a spe- cific child, says the Canad i a n Toy Testing Council, in its book- et. Toys. A Guideline for Con- sumers. Playing with blocks illustrates his point as the child at one stage simply dumps the small jlocks out, flings them or picks .hern up one at a time. Later tages progress to piling them. o putting them away and still aler to building simple struc- ures. The creeper is classed as sev- en to 15 months and this age jroup continues its sense of de- velopment with the use of large miscles. Simple rolling toys nd an assortment of plush or queeze toys for play pen and play is advisable by the oy testing council. Pots and lids are lasting fa- oriles in this age group. Safety s a prime factor as the mouth s always a testing ground for! schooler but their play is more elaborate and skillful. "They also like skipping ropes, throwing and catching, skating and sleighing. The use of art ma- terials will develop more con- trol and planning. More realism is demanded by the young grade schooler. Play acting, such as hand puppets, is a favorite. Junior handicrafts Hearing handicapped seek lielp A brief requesting funds and equipment for a training pro- gram for pre school hearing handicapped children will be prepared by an organization of parents of hearing handicapped children, formed this week in Lethbridge. The Lethbridge branch of the Council for Exceptional _ Cliil- hese children's toys. i ciren _ Present Muscular action 'with control the Lethbridge public school COMING EVENTS -JL- DECEMBER llth p.m. "GET UP AND GO" (A Musical Comedy) WILSON JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL DECEMBER 13th SINGING TREE 70 YATES CENTRE Symphony Season Tickets Available at Leister's DECEMBER 13th 3 p.m. HANDEL'S MESSIAH (Christmas Portion) SOUTHMINSTER UNITED CHURCH DECEMBER Nth ROTARY CAROL FESTIVAL. SOUTHMINSTER CHURCH DECEMBER 20lh _ 3 p.m. BACH'S CHRISTMAS ORATORIO SOUTHMINSTER UNITED CHURCH DECEMBER 26th, 28th and 29lh "BABES IN THE WOODS" ANNUAL CHRISTMAS PANTOMIME JANUARY 21st Don't Miss PRAGUE THEATRE ON THE BALUSTRADE Starring ladislav Fialka and call. Here is cms of South Alberta's Most Popular Groups "AEOLIAN MODE" v S? Al They Use The Amazing g GARNET BTO's v (Big Time Operators) M At The Following DancB Dates v December lllh December ij BOW ISLAND HAIL Ba.ionc Hall ?i December 18th jr CHAMPION SCHOOL December 28lh V December 23rd Hays Hall VAUXHAU SCHOOL s stressed in the toddler age of ne to two years. They are be- ginning lo walk and a big hit vith this age group .is toys that ush, pull and make noise. Play becomes more vigorous or preschoolers and they de- gilt in riding toys for the re- peated pleasure of climbing off and on. As their body co-ordin- ation develops, harder appara- tus attracts them as an outlet for their great physical energy. They also begin to take great strides in communication and toys such as dress up sets en- courage group play. CREATIVE TOYS The preschooler also enjoys vehicles and simple construc- tion sets. Creative or imagina- tive toys, not necessarily de- signed for either sex, should be int r o d u c e d including music making and picture books. Kindergarten aged children become more creative and in- dependent while less imitative. They use much the same out- door equip m e n t as the pre-' board on behalf of the parents. The program be oral training and include lip read- ing, uttering the sounds and writing simple words. Morris Caiman, an involved parent said, there can only be eight teacher for this type of program to be effec- tive. Currently there is no facility of this kind offered in southern The closest school in Edmonton offers sign language, which Mr, Caiman thought, kept hearing handicapped children segregated from the rest of sc- cielv. will give then] a sense of great accomplishment. The social group is most im- portant to the pre teen, more specific skills should be devel- oped through hobbies such as science equipment, model kil sewing, woodworking and pain ing. Teen agers from 12 year and up consider themselv nearly adult. It is wise to co suit this age group about to or hobbies as their interests a more specialized. At the sam time an introduction to ne ideas and different materia tends lo broaden their interes and abilities. Each category of toys h; specific models designed f each age group. Dolls for to dlers should be one piece an washable and advance lo mov able eyes and joints for Ihe pr schooler. More realism in do' is required for the young grad schooler and clothes should 1 washable and to proportion. Housekeeping play can pr gress from handpainted boar stoves for preschoolers to ele trical ovens for grade schooler The appliances should only hav suction cup plugs until the elec trical toys are recommende for grade schoolers. Make believe play mainly us mother's utensils or clothes Bought costumes should be fire proof and face make up more advisable than masks. Either in small cars or larg vehicles, all should be free wheeling with a durable finis! All moving parts should func lion smoothly and be durable Riding toys range from plas tic vehicles to wet-cell battery toys which should not be tarn pered with by children under any circumstances. THE NATIVITY PAGEANT Presented by St. Augustine's Junior Choir and St. Monica's Choir Sunday, Dec, p.m. ST. AUGUSTINE'S CHURCH 4th Avenue and lllh St. EVERYONE WELCOME! COLONIAL BAKERY 1112 6th Ave. S. NOW OPEN S Choose from our excellent lelsetion of GUITARS MUSIC BOOKS RECORDS HARMONICAS TAPES TAPE RECORDERS PATCH CORDS PLUGS ADAPTERS ACCESSORIES LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Opening Specials SOFT DINNER BUNS.......................doicn 39c SUGARED OR GLACED DOUGHNUTS 59c Everyday Low Prices On HOME STYLE BREAD w Freezer Price ]fl for 2-19 PARAMOUNT THEATRE BLDG., IETHBRIDGE FOR SPECIAL ORDERS Phone 328-6923 NAME ADDRESS Co-ordination toys involve Ihc stacking, fitting ajid threading items of many sizes and shape. They progress from simple pre- school types to simple interlock- ing devices for juniors. Construction sets should not be too advanced for the intend- ed age group, and should pre- sent endless possibilities for the imagination. Sporting toys begin with ju- nior sets such as plastic bats and balls and progress to all kinds of professional games im- aginable. Puzzles should chal- lenge a child wilhoul frustrat- ing him and games should in- volve new skills for the partici- pants. The Homemaker BY ELIZABETH BARTMAN PATTEHN FOK LIVING A farmer's wife, recently ar- rived from Holland, has time for only one hobby. When all her work on the farm is done, she sits down on a Sunday af- ternoon and makes clothes for freezing infants overseas through the Unitarian Service Committee. USC headquarters is at 56 Sparks Street. Ottawa. There's flair to festive feast- ing. In the very centre of it is the Christmas turkey, beautiful to the eye and tasty to the plate. Alberta turkeys roam far and wide to satisfy Canadian cui- sine because statistics have it that we eat more turkey than anyone else in the world. Tak- ing it on Uie average, we each ate 9i4 to 11 pounds yearly dur- ing the past few years. Southern Alberta has an enviable record for production: heavy turkeys and isra.suo broilers a year. Mr. Reinhold Lcth of Ta ber operates Alberta's largesl privately owned and operalec [arm producing the large heavy birds, Mr. Herman Lowen pro- duces most of Alberta's lighter weight broiler birds on Ms pri- vately owned and operated farm at Fort Macleod. Thanks to these men and oth- ers in the poultry industry, he housewife can easily obtain he finest of birds for her Christmas table without the .rouble of raising it or even dressing it. Processing plants and government inspection of each bird at plants, as the Lily- dale plant in Lethbridge, give plump well finished and reshly frozen birds to the con- iumer. When you buy a bird 'on will find that it is eviscer- ited, with pin feathers, and endons removed, neck cut and gizzard within the cavity, 'he flash freezing process is veil managed at the plants, so hat the turkeys, if correctly mdled by the middlemen on he marketing chain are in rime condition for the con- urn er. For best selection of sizes nd prices buy your festive ird early, but keep it well to- en at 0 degrees F or lower. Select the size best suited to your family's size and use. For your Christmas dinner table a whole roasted bid on the table is tile speciality of the meal. To estimate the size of bird count on Vz to pound eviscerated whole turkey per serving. Of course you will want to have enough for second servings, and perhaps enough for a cas- serole or salad for the follow- ing day. For this latter, allow about one pound of eviscerated turkey for each cup of cooked cubed meat that you require. Very large turkeys over 18 pounds will give you somewhat more meat than this. Oven- ready broiler fryer roasters weigh from 5 to 8 pounds; they are very young birds and so do not have the pronounced flavor of the large turkeys. Choice young hens weigh from 11 to 15 pounds and choice young tonis from 21 to 25 pounds. Judge quality of the Yuletide bird by these classes and by govern- ment grade as well. Canada Grade Special pic near perfect speci- mens, the finest quality pro- duced. Canada Grade A (red plump well shaped birds with few skin blemishes. Our usual grade. Canada Grade B (blue not as well fleshed nor fat- tened, a few skin defects which do not seriously detract from the appearance of the bird. Canada grade utility (b I u a at least the quality of Canada grade B, but one or more parts of the bird may be missing. This defect sometimes occurs through mechanical means at the processing plant, This is a good buy depending upon the recipe used by the housewife. A "Canada Approved" or "C a n a d a" health inspection stamp appears when slaugh- tered or eviscerated in federal- ly inspected plants or when turkeys move between prov- inces or are imported or ex- ported. Next week I will write about I he preparation of the Yuletids Bird. WE GIVE FREE SOAP THE BIG Launderette 1263 3rd Avenue South A Kitchen Aid Dishwasher For Christmas Portable and under counter models, on display at LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCE CO. 905 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-4456 Mackenzie's Original Golden Hours From our exclusive original collection ladies watches, slim timepieces in 14 kt. yel low gold. 17-jewel in- cabloc movement. A. Turquoise or b. Champagne Dial OPEN AN ACCOUNT TODAY IUST SAY CHARGE ITI AFFILIATED WITH MAPPIN S LIMITED DIAMOND MERCHANTS JEWEtlfRS BEGINA MOOSE JAW CALGARY IfTHBRIDGf IN LETHBRIDGE: 613 4th Ave. S. Telephone 328-4214 ;