Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
Friday, February 11, 197} TH1 LETHBMD6E HEKAID ft DEBBIIi BERRY YVONNE WINCE SUSAN PINNEY ROSSLYN COUPLAND RHONDA MARTINTIK CHAIIMAINE HNATIUK a BRENDA SCHMIDT LORNA FLITTON Eight pretty contestants vie for Sweetheart Crown By MATILENE COOKSHAW Staff Writer Eight lovely ladies will briglH- ten Uie Winston Churchill High School dance tonight. The Sweetheart Queen con- testants will be present for the crowning at midnight. There was no contest last year, so the new queen will be crowned by Debbie Logan, the Sweclhcart Queen of two years ago. All of the contestants arc Grade 12 students, and all but one are 17 years old. Debbie Berry is a former cheerleader now employed part- time. She is a member of the LEISTER'S LTD. Campus Corner ItEILANDER ecus Once again the teams of Cath- olic Central High have been very busy. Last weekend, the Cougars travelled in Regina for Ihe twentieth annual Regina Lu- ther College Invitational Basket- ball Tournament. Thjs tourna- ment has lop teams from Van- couver to Winnipeg compet- ing for top honors. The Cougars played their first game Friday, and came up with a victory over the Saskatoon Waller Mur- ray School wilh the fantastic score of 57 lo 1A. This put the Cougars in a game up against the rtegina Central Gophers. The Cougars didn't do so well in tliis game, and lost with a score of 62 to an. But, the Coug- ars rallied for Iheir last game by knocking the Winnipeg St. John Tigers out of the tourna- ment with a 61 lo 37 score, lo bring home the third place tro- phy to add to our Irophy case. In league play, the Cougars haven't lost a game, and don'l intend to! The cheerleaders proved tint "We're number one'1 by bring- ing home the cheerleadmg tro- phy from the tournament. The trophy w as presented to t h e squad with the most enthusi- asm and spirit. The C.C.H.S. girls arc the greatest cheer- leaders from Vancouver lo Win- nipeg! Here at home, the Catholic Central Cittens played in the second annual L.C.I. Invitation- al Basketball Tournament. In their first game, the Cittens dumped the Edmonton Eastglen Devils, with a score of 40 to 25. Unfortunately, the CHlens lost to Winston Churchill Griffins 40 lo 34 in (be semi-finals. This weekend, tire Junior High Girls arc having their first bas- ketball tournament to be held at our school. In the opening game, which starts at 9 a.m. Saturday, the C.C.H. girls lake on W. R. Myers. Play contin- ues all day Saturday with the final game going at 8 p.m. The Junior Girls in league play, have come up wiJi two wins and two losses. I hope- every- one, especially the .hmior High students turn out to cheer our team on to victory. At the Nob- leford tournament, which was held January 15, the girls came up with a third place trophy. The junior cheerleaders are fol- lowing in Ihe steps of Ihe senior cheerleaders, so they came home wilh the checrleading trophy. On Tuosday and Wednesday Has week, held the first career fair in Lclhbridge, and it was a great success. On Wed- nesday morning, the garde 9 lo 12 sriidc-nis at C.C.H.S. visiled the fair and hopefully benefit- led from Ihe many displays, run by businesses, colleges and universities A. greal many peo- ple with knowledge about var- ious careers were available to answer the questions of Ihe stu- dents and parents. I hope the career fair becomes an annual event in Ix-thbridge, lo help kids when they are choosing their career. I think in future years, the fair should be held earlier in the year, so students can have all this information before they decide on a career and apply at the appropriate place T hate to go against tradition, but I must disagree wilh the opinion of Ihe groundhog. I tliink spring is starting lo chase winter away, and I'm sure it won't lake another six weeks. Along with spring comes the thought of graduation. The Grade 12 students are looking forward lo being out of school, and yet, they don't really went lo leave Ihe number one school Catholic Central. See Our Excellent Line Of Musical Instruments and Accessories Great Names tike GIBSON HOFNER FRAMUS PREMIUM DRUMS YAMAKI ESPANA GARNET AMPS PREMIUM DRUMS What else is there left worth playing? We have them all! Leister's Music Ltd. Paramount Theatre Bldg. Lethbridge school's grad committee and enjoys painting. Yvonne Wince is a member of the grad and sports commit- tees but is probably best known for her performances with ba- ton. Susan Pimiey continues to practise meditation after the or- ganization of a club in the school last year. She works part- time and has travelled the last three summers while employ- ed with the exhibition midway. Rosslyn Coupland is a mem- ber of Lhe school's girls' hockey team as well as taking lessons in swimming, fencing, and cer- amics. She participates in the VYintcrcraft program and is an active member of the produc- tion and pep and publicity com- niiUees. Lome Flitton, 18, enjoys cycling, sewing and art, specif- ically paper-macho sculpture. She works part-time and is a member of the grad committee. Rhonda Martinuk plays for the school basketball team and LS employed part-time. She if treasurer of the French Travel Club and also of the church seminary. Rhonda's hobby is Charmaine H n a t i u k is 3 cheerleader and a member ol the poslor committee. She en- joys artwork and sewing. Schmidt is very sports minded. She partici- pates in a variety of activities, but especially enjoys track and [iL'ld. for -which she has re- ceived awards in many compe- titions. She also works part- time. The girls must he nominated to compete and are judged on the basis of the number of tick- ets sold, the quality ?.nd num- ber of posters, their skit which they presented to the school Thursday, personality and the eonlribuiions they have mado to the school in die three years they have Judging is done by a group of businessmen from outside the school, except for the posters which are graded by the art instructor; and contributions to the school, which are judged by the vice principal. The new queen will be pre- sented with her crown, a bou- quet of a dozen roses and an engraved silver locket. Other contestants will receive boxes of chocolates. Providing the music for the dance tonight, from 10 p.m. lo 1 a.m. is Painter. Canadian Champion, Pat's Pik Admission is per person of Phylwayne, took top prize in and 52.50 per couple. A Calendar Of Local happenings The music and art depart- ment of Ihe Mathesis Club has been postponed to Tuesday Feb. 23 at am. at Uie home of Mrs. 0. Williams, 532 -15 SI. S. Bcthlen Presbyterian Church will hold a supper on Saturday at 6 p.m. in the church hall. The Minus One Ciub will hold a Valentine dance in the Polish Hall, 13 St. N.. on Saturday from 9 to 1 p.m. Music by The A 1 b e r t a s, Members and guests welcome. Southminster Circle Square Dance Club will hold the regu- lar dance on Saturday at p.m. in Eoulhminster hall. All square dancers welcome. Wo- men are asked lo please bring a box lunch. Tli3 LeLlibrhige Association for the Menially Retarded will sponsor a spring flower sale at Centre Village Mall on Satur- day commencing at a.m. The Garden of Optimism will offer a selection of potted plants and cut flowers. All pro- ceeds go to the Sunrise Ranch Further information is avail- able through the Sunrise Ranch, 345-3517. Open house will be held in lha Spring Coulee Memorial Hall, Monday, from p.m. I honoring Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown on Iheir 60th Wedding Anniversary. Tha Le'Jibridge Handicraft Guild will hold a meeting on Tuesday at p.m. in the Bow- man Art Centre. Agency says Manpower slow EDMONTON (CP) Helping Hand, a federally financed job finding agency, will stop working through Canada Man- power because ii's loo slow. Family Living Georgina Slough, co ordin- ator of helping hand, said to- day she waited six days (or some referrals before Canada Manpower sent her two men. "If I had advertised myself, I would have got about 40 calls I a she said. Helping Hand started Dec. 1. 1071, a winter works grant. It places men in odd jobs, mainly assisting pen- sioners in maintenance work around fh? home. The men are paid 52 an hour and the psn- sioncrs get the jobs done free. Since Helping Hand is feder- ally financed, Canada Manpow- er encouraged Mrs. Slough to work with them. She agreed to do so, but says the referrals have been scarce. "This is ridiculous. I am ser- iously thinking of having a per- son stand oirlside Canada Man- power to hire people as they walk out." Bill McCune, assistant man- ager at Canada Manpower, said the jobs at helping require that a man have a car. "Very few unskilled people have a car and not many can afford to work for ?2 an hour He added that the order for two men came from Mrs. Slough on a Monday and they were sent out on a Wednesday. ACT OUT YOUR PROBLEMS Role playing works be- cause people get involved, says family therapist Virginia Satir, second from right, ond thal'i why family therapy works. Partidpanls lit the family Iherapy seminar at the University of Lelhbridge act out roles assumed by members of a family which is having coping difficulties. The blaming figure, left, is Sylvia Campbell, the Irrelevant person, centre, is Dr. Larry Kotkas, and far right, Dave Shirley of Calgary acts super-reasonable. SHOULD YOUR DAUGHTER MARRY A COAL MINER? 7he answer is yes, II as well as loving the guy, she wants a husband who can earn good money, and a man who works in a stable industry so he's assured o[ steady work. New technological advances have revitalized Ihe coal mining In- dustry, created opportunities lor young men lo learn new skills, to work with a trained team of men. and to move ahead. Young men interested in Ihe many rewards offered to today's coal miners should write Norm Crosslield, Em- ployment Supervisor, Box 2000, Sparwood. B.C. KAISER RESOURCES LTD. Lethbridge club goes to the dogs Among Uie big winners from Lethbridge and district at a re- cent Calgary dog show, was Dick Judd of Milk River, presi- dent of the Lethbridge and Dis- trict Kennel Club. His Engb'sh Springer Spaniel a spccialitv show for the breed. to a CASH BINGO ST. BASIL'S HAlL-Cor. 13th St. and 6lh Ave. N. 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II was the first show for balh dogs. Oilier awards were received by JLrs. Rose Hchvig and her Krf.shond, Mrs. Susan Ilorov- ilch of Bamwell look an obedi- ence c'cproe wilh her lUxer, and Mr. and Airs. Jake Dcbets showed Irish Sutlers. Mrs. Elhel Kohoiipii's Schip- poa-kc took coiiseciuive b e s t male prize nnd champion breed went lo Mi and Mrs. L. G. Hove for best of brerd Sc'hinpcrkcs both dnys of llic show. Mr. Hugh Reid of Tabor en- lercd two Boxers which look several prizes. LOVQ is. helping her with the ilisbes at mid- night after a liig dinner party. VAlfflTIl AT THE FANCIFUL! BEAUTY SALON 738- 13 Street N. Phone 327-1676 For your appointment ask for Rote, Gall or Ann Specializing in both male and female DON'T BE OVEN-PEEKER Frequent opening of the oven and basting when roasting tur- kcv can prolong the cooking time because of llic loss ot hcai Vihen the oven i_s opened. WHICH OF THESE IS YOU? 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