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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 12. t97l THfc MltAiO 15 y ana Major Jack Ross Chapter i IODE will hold its Founder's j Day Tea and Bake Kale in the I Pemmican Club Room Satur- day, from 2 to p.m. Re- ceiving will be Mrs. John C. j Ross, Mrs. J. Craig, Mrs. W. A. I Nelson, and Mrs. A. S. Fumer-' ton. Assisting will be Mrs Bunny Scott. Mrs. A. W. Bell. Mrs. H. Baleovske, Mrs. Ombra Lewis, Mrs. Doug Beattie, Mrs. E. V. Longford. Mrs. F. Quit- tenbaum, Mrs. C. Darcel, Mrs.. A. A. Cameron. Mrs. E d I d out of town Nathe, Mrs. R. D. Turnbull and I Mrs. 1. Lowe. Invited 10 pour are Mrs. W. E. Mundell, Mrs. E. Con- stable, Sirs. J. Harper-Proivse and Mrs. C. F. Steele In charge of the kitcnen are Mrs. L. J. McKenzie, Mrs. Ed Hopp and Mass Lilly Adnitt Mrs. A. NIC as. Miss 0. Spoulos and Mrs. C. Spculos will be in charge of the pantry table. Cashiers for the afternoon will be Mrs. H. Hearne and Mrs. C. Cranston. I The general public has been i welcomed to attend. LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Campus Corner By FllED UWAZNV Lethbridge Community College ,QPEN1NG ceremonies of the "1971 College Winter Car- nival" included the introduction of the Great Fine Men (digni- ribbon cutting hy our line President Stewart and crowning of the carnival queen, Pain King. Directly following this, one of the world's most humorous log sawing contest began. T h e teams were set up, dignitaries and queens were working away with Swedish Blades when 'a garter snapped. You can guess what came about! At 1 p.m. the nail driving con- testants were holding spikes in one hand and hammers in the other. At thumbs bleeding and hammers ringing, the boys dropped out tearing the men to finish the job. Thursday, the second day, seemed fairly quiet. The only activities that occured were; hamburger eating contest, tug- o-war, and the torchlight par- ade. fn the hamburger eating con- test, there were a total of twenty people chomping away on a two pound, twelve inch hamburger. To be precise, the burgers were loaded with all kinds of stomach turning in- gredients. The bun which en- closed meat and other tastes, made the concoction look like the cow from which the meat came. With sweat and brawn the guys involved in the tug-o-war TOP TWELVE 45 R.P.M. fought. Crowds were drawn just to see muscles flex and men work. The torchlight parade, as every year, was a great suc- cess. The queen lead the par- ade with admirers and fun- seekers following. The route the cars and 'trucks followed was quite simple: starting at the Lethbridge Civic Centre, west on Fourth Avenue, north on Fifth Street and East en Third avenue all the way to Mayor Magrath Drive. From there Hie column of vehicles followed Mayor Magrath until I it reached Scenic Drive, then! on to the College to warm up: with coffee and donuts. Today is Friday, UGLY I don't know how. many uglies will be r u n n i n g around, but some people here don't need to dress and use make-up to be ugly. This the last day of the Car- nival. At 10 there was the pan- cake eating contest, and the j judging of Ice Sculptures. From until 1 a.m., there is the wind-up dance. At this dance the Happy Feeling and Sharnen will be making their usual noises and the trophies for all of the activities, including the ones mentioned here, will be awarded. Hope to see YOU there. (Tne views voiced in the above column do not neces- sarily concur with either those of The Herald or Lei- ster's, but are a reficctiou of tlie sIndent opinion. I WITH THt OLD HEAVE-HO Activities continued today at the Lethbridge Community College for the annual College Winter Carnival with Ugly Day, pancake eating contest. Other activities during the three-day carnival included the log-cutting ceremony at left with Dr. C. D, Stewart, LCC president, cutting it up with Kathy Helmer, one of the queen contestants. At right it takes a pair of good hands to even hold one of the 1 2-inch ham- burgers, but Bob Lloyd was willing to give it a fry. The carnival winds up tonight with a dance featuring the Happy Feeling and ths Shamen. calendar of local happenings The February meeting of the Southminsler hall. Women have and have been asked to wear Ann Landers Nursing aims set at AARN conference MAIL ORDERS! Tick off the selections you wont and send to ui. You'll receive your records for only Sl.OO each. Please Add t5c Postage un Orders 54 and under. f J 1. D.O.A.-Blood Rock I 1 1. LONELY DAYS-Bee Gees I I 3. LOVE STORY THEME-Froncis lai I i 4. REMEMBER ME-Diana Ross I 1 5. YOUR SONG-Ellon John I 1 6. ONE BAD APPtl-Osmonds I 1 7. I HEAR YOU KNOCKING-Dave Edmunds I 1 8. WATCHIN' SCOTTY GROW-Bobby Goldsboro J 9. KEEP THE CUSTOMER SATISFIED-Garry Puckclt I. J 10. KNOCK THREE TIMES-The Dawn 1 J 11. BRIDGET THE MIDGET-Ray Stevens i J 12. NIGHTINGALE-Judy Collins DEAR ANN LANDERS: You get many letters from peo- ple who complain because they are lonely. They wonder why they have so few friends, and the few friends they do have don't call very often. Just yesterday, a person I work with complained to me that no one likes her. 1 sat down and thought about the personality and character traits that I most dislike. Strangely enough, out of the ten traits, this person had seven. Here's the list and I hope j-ou will it, Ann. It might help some folks to see themselves as others see them: 1. A compulsion to show off knowledge. 2. Exaggerates to the point that it's the next thing to lying. :i. Moodiness. Friendly one day, unfriendly the next. 4. Bossiness, Must run everything. 11. Not reliable. Word is no good. C. Chronic complainer. Negative attitude about many tilings. Inveterate crepe-hanger. 7. Nosy. Asks lots of questions that are none of h er business. 2. Gossipy. Knows everything about everybody and tells it. .Makes you wonder what she is saying about you. Si. Says things in anger then tries to smooth it over by buying a little gift. 10. Always fishing for compliments but never gives any. Sign me 0 DEAE WATERTOWN: I hope every person who reads this column will measure himself against the list. 1 did and lut me on Number -1. DEAR ANN LANDERS: My sister and 1 are good- bridge players. We married men who are tournament championship quality. Every Friday we get together for dinner and cards. tt's gotten so 1 dread these evenings. Tlie tension is terrible. My husband loses his temper and cusses me out if I make a mistake. My sister's husband is just as bad. He got so mad last Friday he slapped her. Is there a way we can get these guys to curb tlieir tempers? and P. DEAR A AND P: Probably net. Throw in tlie deck permanently. Tlie Alberta Association of Registered Nurses' South Dis- trict Work Conference ended Thursday with workshops to discuss such topics as bedside manner, eloquence of nursing behavior, the emotionally dis- turbed, and reflections on self. A number of goals for the process of nursing intervention were presented: a warm friend- ly trusting relationship; objec- j tivity or avoiding judgments; acceptance of silence by the pa- tient: ensuring safeguarding of confidential material, and ac- ceptance of the individual. The workshop, which was held throughout Wednesday and Thursday hi the Gait auditori- um, was conducted by Mrs. Mary Gorrow. of the Lethbridge j Municipal Hospital. 'Engineers and Associates Wives wilt be held at the home of Mrs. Joan Steele, of 410 St. S. Monday at 8 p.m. There will be a demonstration of cer- amics by Helen Wilson. j Fort Macleod Old Time I Dance Club regular dance will be held Saturday from 8 to p.m. hi the Elementary School. Everyone has been wel- comed to attend. Lunch and i live music will be provided. ft Southminster Circle square i dance club will hold its regular j dance Saturday at p.m. in been asked to please bring a red jumpers, box lunch. The Anne Campbell Singers will practise Saturday from 4 to 6 p.m. hi McKillop United Church; Sunday at a.m. The regular meeting of Leth- bridge Lodge No. 2 IOOF will be held Friday at 8 p.m. in the Oddfellows hall. Visiting mem- bers welcome. Computer goof NORMAN, Okla. (AP) Some of the co-eds in. a Univer- sity of Oklahoma history class tried to enter the room assigned by a computer, but they were stopped by a flustered profes- sor. The assigned room was a faculty men's reslroom. An- other room was picked out for the time by the pro- fessor in charge. COMING EVENTS FEBRUARY COFFEE HOUSE Southminster Church Hall Basement EVERY P.M. This Week Featuring "THE NEW WINE- FEBRUARY ISlh BAND CONCERT Gilbert Palerson and tCI Bands YATES CENTRE FEBRUARY 19lh GREY STONE SINGERS Sponsored by Allied Arts Council YATES CENTRE FEBRUARY "OVERTURE CONCERT SERIES" Featuring Teresa Strata; Tickets available at FEBRUARY 26, 27 and 28 THE MOUSE THAT ROARED Catholic Central High School YATES CENTRE THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes STABLE PRICES TORONTO (CP) Food prices are expected to remain comparatively stable throughout the first six months of this year, says Alasdair McKichan, presi-1 dent of tlie Retail Council of j Canada. He cited abundant j market supplies cf red meats and fresh produce as two fac- j tors in his prediction. He also j noted the intensity of supermar- j ket price competition "particu- j larly in Ontario and Quebec" as j a third factor. i making hef nightcap. CASH BINGO ST. BASIL'S HALL-Cor. 13ih St. ond 6th Ave. N. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12th 8 O'CLOCK BLACKOUT JACKPOTS S3 NUMBERS 4th and 8th Games in 7 NUMBERS-12th Game LUCKY DRAW 5 CARDS FOR 51.00 OR 2.5c EACH Persons Under 16 Yeans Not Allowed SPONSORED BY ST. BASIL'S MEN'S CLUB CATHOLIC CHARITIES CLOTHES BANK IS IN NEED OF CLOTHES FURNITURE t DISHES UTENSILS BEDDING DONATIONS WILL BE PICKED UP 327-0846 PHONE 327-6992 Drop Off Box on 16th Avenue Safewny's Take Off Fat With Home Recipe Plan It's simple how quickly one mav lose pounds of unsightly fat right in your own home. Make this home recipe yourself. It's easy, no trouble at all and costs little. Just go to your drugstore and ask for Naran. Pour this into a pint bottle and add enough grapefruit juice to fill the bottle. Take two tablespoonsful twice a i day as needed and follow the j Naran Reducing Plan. I If your first purchase does not. j show you a simple easy way to' lose bulky fat and helo regain slender more graceful curves: If reducible pounds and inches of excess fat don't disappear from neck, chin, arms, abdomen, hips, calves and ankles just return the empty bottle for your money back. Follow this easy way en- dorsed by many who have tried tliis plan and help bring back al- luring curves and graceful Kltnderness. Note how quickly bloat much better you feel, More alive, youthful appearing and DANCE TO THE MUSIC OF THE AEOLIAN MODE AND HEAR THE FANTASTIC GARNET B.T.O's (Big Time Operators) AT THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS February Hays Community Hall February 19ih-Brooks Elki Hall February 26th-Fort Macleod High School LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. PARAMOUNT THEATRE BLDC., UTHBRIDGE "We don't get many cars by here, so I'm going to hold you for a couple of minutes until the kindergarten class comes out...lwant to show Hie little kids what a great job I'm 379 MIRACLES Taking o chance with a child's life is an enormous gomble. But il paid off miraculously for Father Pierre Hurteau and 380 children under his tare a I Montreal's Youviile Creche. When the nursery was threatened by o strike. Father Hurteau appealed for tem- porary homes for the childen. This Satuday in Weekend Magazine, Patricia Welbourn tells the remarkable story of how every single child lhaf needed a permanent home found one, ond visits some of the babies and their new familiei. IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE KINGSTON'S ANNUAL All CHINA, JEWELLERY SILVER HOILOWARE LINENS AND MOCCASINS 25% AT FROM OR MORE OFF 'O REGULAR PRICE ROYAL ALBERT CHINA AT J.J OFF 1970 UST A SAVING OF 31% AT SEALSKIN BOOTS 25% OFF PHONE 234-3111 SALE BEGINS SATURDAY, FEB. 13th, ENDS FEB. 27th. KINGSTON CHINA SHOP FORT MACLEOD, ALBERTA ;