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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, December 16, 1971 iv m ot ers DKAK A.N.V LAN'DEKS: Recently you printed a very In- U'roslinH column from a young wlvj wanted to knou uhy KT boyfriend kept iiis eyes open he kissed her. She said i! tn.'ide licr uncomfortable and 1 can certainly understand why. That letler .stirred a young man to about HIS pjrl' who didn'L know what to do with hrr arms when lie kissed her. He .said they hung at her side like a couple of corn stalks. Your advice was to suggest to the sirl that she put them around hi.s .shoulders. That was very sensible. Ann. And now, I rim a 20-year-old who has question which might seem dumb, but I need an answer. How dote should I sumd to a rather new boyfriend when I kiss him goodnight? --Delia DEAR D.: Stand close enough so he'll know you're a woman but far enough away so he'll know you're a DEAR ANN LANDERS: The longer I read your column the more convinced I become that Puck spoke true words when he said. "What fools these mortals When we buy an ex- pensive piece of equipment there is usually a full set of iiy structions for use ano' maintenance along with a few warn- ings. Often there is a warranty. Unfortunately, the human body has no warranty, but with reasonable care it should last quite a while. Vet vou see people all around us who poison their bodies with tcbaceo pickle their brains with alcohol, cat themselves into grotes quc shapes, wear to a frazzle with too little rest Then they complain the machinery breaks down. Why arc humans so stupid, Ann Landers? Cal. DEAR AL: The problem is not stupidity, it's lad; of fits cipline. A great many people find fun in things that are il- legal, intoxicating, fattening and irresistible. DEAR AVX LANDERS: May I say a word lo New York Idiot? She claims she wants to tell her husband about a now- ended affair with his best friend because her conscience is bctlwring her. 1 hope she tabes your advice and keeps h i mouth shut because if she doesn't she's going to bolheitd by a lot more than her conscience. I made the mistake of confessing to my husband and he has made me cat my words a hundred limes over. It's been five years now and he still throws it up to me whenever lie gets mad. I didn't accomplish one thing by bringing every- thing out in the open. All I did was give him ammunition to shoot me down. Now I will have lo pay for my foolishness for the rest of my life. How much wiser it would have been had I talked to" my minister or my DEAR RE: Or written to Ann Landers. i Confidential lo Lonely and Lost: The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in something bigger than yourself. Famed woman artist, writer born a hundred rears ago WESTWARD HO! They aren't really pioneers, but students of Si. Basil's Grade 4 social studies class. The students have simulated a pioneer Christmas, complete with a tumbleweed Christmas tree, homemade decorations and homemade gifts. Children near the tree ore, left to right, Lauren Leroux, Alice Helwig and Barbara Chollack. By MICHAEL HUGHES VICTORIA (CP) 'Hie British C o 1 u m I) i a Indians called her Klce Wyck-The Laughing to most people she was Emily Carr, most famous woman artist. And as the last firework has flared out signalling the end of 1971, B.C.'s centennial year of entry into Confederation, seme will recall that it was also the centennial year of this province's gift to world art circles. Miss Carr was born here of English parents Dec. 13, 1871 ni'd died here almost 75 years later March '2, fietwecn those years she not only devchped a bnld new sMe of painting which she re- ferred lo as her new way of seeing but she also wrote sev- eral books creal.inp a word picture of life in B.C. Her first book. Klee Wyck, is j scries of stories nf her ex- periences among the Indians, one of Miss Carr's loves ami the inspiration for many of In paintings. This work won the Governor-General's liter- ary award for 1941. Although she won national acclaim for her first literary effort, she found little accept- ance and fame for her paint- ing ability until quite late in lei life. A sensitive, genius of a woman who tcok from nature ami transmitted to lizard and canvas in ksr own inimitable way, she deplored the lack of i (.cognition given generally to Canadian art. 'I don't care what people think of my work.1' she once said. "Lcls of people hate it. I can't help that. 1 am trying to express something I feeli to satisfy myself.'1 Bin people have came lo ap- preciate her work and now a high-quality Emily Can- naint- ing fetches to .Smaller ones sell for each. The Vancouver Art Gallery risi THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes THE DR. F. H. MEWBORN OBE CHAPTER, I O D E CHYSANTHEMUM TEA DOOR PRIZE WINNERS WERE: Miss M. L. Loescher Mrs. V. Stewart Mrs. A. L. H. Somerville The students of St. Basil's Grade 4 social studies class MEN'S and LADIES' Rings (LARGE ASSORTMENT) FROM 0 UP MANY OTHER JEWELLERY ITEMS TO CHOOSE FROM AT A PRICE FOR EVERYONE! "304 On The Second Floor To Save You More" SANDY'S JEWELLERY 304 5th St- S. Phone 327-4625 have simulated Christmas. The simulation old fashioned Christmas tree in the form of a prairie tum- bleweed complete with home- made decorations. Gi'ts were made by the chil- dren, and none was allowed to be htnt.chi. Tree decorations were made light with the project and add- cd that the mast difficult and a pioneer challenging part of it was hav- ing the students make their includes an gifts. Election held A new slate of officers has been elected by the Ladies ___ Auxiliary to the Royal Cana- mcstly of construction paper dian Legion for 1972. curb, while others were made He-elected officers include of popcorn strings. Sherry Rudy, president. Hazel Hag dells, corncob dolls and Black, second vice-president, paper dolls added to the make-1 and Ethel Styner, secretary, believe festivities. New officers are Wyonne Psrt of the pioneer Simula-' lion was a Christmas church service which the children pro- j sented to their mothers. The service cnacled was complete with preacher, in full costume dress, as was his parish. Mrs. Marty Conner, teacher of the class, expressed her de -s "Of course the price is higher.. .These chickens were so plump I had to enroll them in a reducing class." HOYT'S NORTH LETHBWDGE CHRISTMAS CLEAR-OUT of Box Springs and Mattresses JACKPOT BINGO This Thursday Evening, December 16th Sponsored by ladies' Aid of St. Peler and St. Paul's Church STARTS P.M. SHARP-PARISH HALL CORNER STREET B AND 7th AVENUE NORTH Jackpot Starts at and is Won Every Thursday 5lh-7 No. Jackpot Pol o' Gold 2Sc PER CARD OR 5 FOR SI.00 ALSO FREE CARDS, FREE GAMES AND A DOOR PRIZE Persons under 16 years nol allowed W HEALTH SPRING FLOWER POSTURrZED 54" Box Spring and Regular CHRISTMAS SPECIAL HEALTH SPRING MORN SI" Box Spring and Matlress. Regular CHRISTMAS SPECIAL HEALTH SPRING BEAUTY 54" Box Spring and Mollross. Regular CHRISTMAS SPECIAL HEALTH SPRING MORN 39" Box Spring and Mattress Regular CHRISTMAS SPECIAL SCALY DELUXE QUIET TOP 54" Box Spring and Mallress. Regular CHRISTMAS SPECIAL 79.95 69.95 89.95 49.95 79.95 All table lamps clearing at greatly reduced prices! NORTH LETHBRIDGE HOYT'S 324 13 St. North Phone 328-4441 SIIEHRY HUDY Oclney. first vice-president and Kay ATcCallion, treasurer. Executive members are Retty Kcrgan, Vivian Oilney, Florence Wakcliii. Marg rina. Doris McLean and Elea- nor Munroe. 1 A COMPLETE SELECTION OF SLIPPERS FOR MEN, WOMEN and CHILDREN SEE OUR WINDOWS BENEFIT SHOES LTD. 615 4th Avc. S. Phono 327-7300 N DAILY UNTIL 9 P. This Weeks Specials from All Children's DRESSES 6 J OFF All size DRESSES PRICE Women's and Teens' Sweaters and T-Shirls. 20% OFF (Ihis wedt only) i! b'.f LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S WEAR 322 13fh Plionc 327-5687 honored tte Victoria painter with an exhibition this sum- mer of 120 of works. After the exhibition eioscd in August, il went c Eastern Canada including To- ronlo, Ottawa, Montreal and Quebec City. The Victoria Art Ga'lerv also honoring UK city's most renowned daughter with an cxhilriticn Dec. 4-23 featuring a display of. about 30. Carr paintings. Although no figure is avail- able on the exact number of paintings, including major drawings, done by Miss Carr, 800 to is the range most frequently mentioned by art authorities. Moat are scat- tered throughout Canadian, U.S. and European art cir- NABOB COFFEE ,0 1 P gS ft 5' MANDARIN ORANGES 9.69 b Niblet Corn Green Griant 12.0, tin 4 ,or 1.00 Polski Ogorki Dills ,ltlrt Pineapple Kon.TIH ,.M 4 for 1.00 Liquid Detergent 5arMghl M.OI49c Purity Chip Dip flovor, 8oi 2 hr 79c Chocolates Moir, or lowney ,.lb box 99C Sea Haven Tiny Shrimp 2 for 1.00 PALM rDPAM 3 ICE CREAM I I PASCAIL WHITE HEATHER CANDY 1.69 s. >os. PLANTERS PEANUTS OLD FASHIONED ilENWOOD.Bl CHEESE j, GLENWOOD.BULK B, v ALl FLAVORS Mb. cello pkg. CAMPFIRE BACON pkg. 59c FRESH PRODUCE LETTUCE lh 29c TOMATOES ,b 49c CELERY HEARTS ...................pls.69c PRICES EFFECTIVE FROM NOW UNTIL CHRISTMAS ELTA'S GROCERY 1016 9th Avo, 5. Phone 327-3625 OPEN 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M.-7 DAYS A WIEK ;