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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Thimdoy. 51. 1772 WE lETHBSIDC-l WEFMD 17 Just Jude By JUDE TURIC ('HRISTMAS in .school had to a great time. What with carols suns in tiie hallways, mistle- toe snuck into the occasional locker, and the un- avoidable Chnstrnb-, toi.ctrt being for the benefit of the parents and the horror of the kids. Grade 9 in itstif a year, and to show our'jn to oui teachers, the class vol- unteered to go a-carolling. Plans included a return trip to the auditorium for hot and donuls: and an added bonus of a live band this our at'.t.-ript at the old tradition. we v.ere pleased to see that the weather had co- operated by adding .several inches of snow in things festive and Little did v.e realixe how wet and uncomfortable frozen snow around the ankles could be Our singsong began almost on time, and the group ventured from door to door bellowing sweetly. Trie trip which was to have lasted for a couple of hours, came to an abbreviated end. aiter several sno-.vfighlirjg outbursts, lost gloves and bright red noses. Tne donu's and hot chocolate went down cheer- fully, with little being said between gobble-. Trie band churned out a couple of good tunes, and the class managed to turn the instructional tables and taught the teachers how to dance. Tne oet-together carne to a halt when the lights v.ere shut off. and the janitor calmly carne tripping in over hastily stashed coats Sensing his distinct lack of humor at the moment, all fled to the safety of their homes. There was a lot of tali: in the years to come about a repeat ptriormance. but it v.a; ah'.ays vetoed. Somehow, v.e think it was the janitor who cast the decisive vote. Christmas season safety check list Santa due Io amvt in hit and 'r .bort days final resistance high jr t under wav for Christ- 5. you ;j the Coun'jiJ OQ hav-> a Us }Jrfl ra t T a arc hf.-ats si (JoodJinji Psychiatrists hooked on needlework By McI.F'.NDON York Times Service AM for iJr Elizabeth .Irxm- said, when WASHINGTON Psychia- vtori. crev.el "U sorr.e- in the rmu tristi have joined the 'large thing to drain off energy it's room." number of men and women the reaction to sitting all day v'nile hrxjked on But they ar.'j it makes me a tetter ukt thiir The real ;pin' of the Christmas -eason isn't in arenjt_siiu-hmg_av.ay rriav ,jeht "and v.ih :he buying of prsienU. doctor; at tho-Vin s E.-OJP of psychiatrist.-'. tioni Siiber s, It csn I be found in number oi dollars office. v.t.ile their ar.d 'stitching oniy on tree and house decorations, m the number of times are on the coMcri ysts v.ho recently showed tbeir ..It-s part oj you say merry Christmas through cards m the mail. Dr. Earie Silver he find; exhinit ,-m Wl Christmas dav Id 5 m. 'container v.ith a Potlutk at i p ;n Every- t'lf- u in the Ixittom J! rnav v.tlcome to ara I-KJ I'jj, o pretty, but it ChristmiS jj r 7t; dous as candies BoxinE S> ui Don t leave Item burning lor Itm and serving o: tt-istmas bns :o year? olc can't i hem for all to Opt-n 1" s m. o K-.en :f >ou go out for v.ill a-.ailsbie En hour, sv.'i'.rjh off tree Ugrits. arer.'. E'jing to speat: up and lei! when get LAST MINUTE hot enough to ignite a dry tree. 6. Nap lime is important for CHRISTMAS GIFT the under-three; and can be a rnother Acme SUGGESTIONS t-nildren canno'. always store up w enough rj-jiicg the night Ttev iometimes set angry, to last all dsy. Be sure the j EUROPEAN the doctor; BrK] that is good.' 'she said, ?e-. enough sleep, TOY5 ,ri: 'Mint at !f they feel strongly about u. 1 Colds and virus infecaons WUUUEIV 3 r.r. Rfs. 1 loiter they dor.'t ohjer. reach their nght after In fact, have so i' s to up needleworl: see that the has a halanced die', plenty of rest. PricnJ ffcm to Tne happiness of the season is found in sharing. much at Textile Museum. more relaxe'J 'A'oy tx> than cation. I read -iher needle- did a needlepoint cover :n of the flood in j Liberation for Mr.s. Clans children are fed and happy, is it so hard Io re- member a child with nothing" Tne young and helpless Korea, need you to care. Tney need you to think of sharing a dollar, a dime, or pennies. These children are no1, unlike your own: they enjoy and they fee! pain and they know real hunger. Triis Chnstrnas. they ask you for a single pound of barley. They ask you to share a tiny part of what you have with them The Herald s Helping Handful of Barley Fund is aiming at carloads of grain to send to Korea to i resemblance to the usual relieve the flood, victim; Tney need whatever you can spare to share with i them and save them from hunger and starvation. Make it z rnerrv Chnsirnas for everyone. WATERLOO. 0-t. O' Sparks fly at the North Pole v.hen Ml'- Ciau.-. 'o sre riofrs in .2 vri' cy a of Waterloo ogy lecturer. Linda P'Ucher got the idea for the hook a Mrs. Santa in a department stort Eut her Martha bears So I did a modern one in quieter shades. Vrnile oy tne fire. mv paijents Ere OT ray needle A toy-mentor at the ase of Mint-covered couch. I sit te'rjnd Four. Manna Merry s in'le- Thev perdert career is endel when 2sd j-m sV; tries v> to toy inventing, but Santa j Another wr.o an erry or. more. She de- art. too thai of JACKPOT BINGO This Thursday Evening, December 21st Spomored by lodiK' Aid of Si and St. Church STARTS P.M. SHARP-PARISH HALL CORNER STREET E AMD 7th AVENUE NORTH JockpoJ Sforls at ST25 ond i? Won Every Thursday 2nd Jatlrpet S125 in 55 Mumbert Sfh-7 No. Jasper 532-Pot c' Gold 25C PER CARD OR 5 FOR 51.00 ALSO FREE CARDS, GAMES AND A DOOR PRIZE Per tens under 16 not allowed calendar of I oca I n a pp e r in q S msiids equal opportunity for Kathv_ Ken and it.-nale e.ves at the toy iac- ff r Y- animsk and feh are needlepointed on a i Year. Jsn-j ariri Tv3 K'jJd "ili hrale h wedding vtrsao1 orxjr.i hoioe to be held V.VjrjK-day at fi p rri- at North Paris id e Drive. ever after until therf- a as many female as male ei'.-es around the work tables Miss Fif-x-rier began writing children's fcoois when in- v.ith Pov.-er. a 1. lihertion venture at Dike i.'mversity, North Caro- lina. As writing Marina .-.he has helKd found a Children's Liberation Work- shop in Hamilton for in- v.rv.i gating sex-role ster- oetyjxrs in children's rxjol-is. Illustrator of the still un- purjiishtd Martha Merry is Pam Harris, a secretarv in the Vri-.eriity of Waterloo so- ri'-parlrnent Author ar.d artist ha'v't formed ar or- there to promote and to prf> vide information on the topic. Tr.e organization's name- Giant po "StltCh my Although the doctors i as LSI ihsi their rapport v.irh the pa- no: disturbed by their POTTERY r.OO 95 Priced frsrn J VELVET PAINTINGS so ice Priced from