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The Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 2, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 20-THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Wcdnmday, January 2, 1974 Calendar of local happenings THE BETTER HALF The Christian Science Church will hold a prayer and testimony meeting tonight at in the church basement, 1203 4 Ave S. Everyone welcome. Friendship Lodge will hold the regular meeting at 8 tonight in the IOOF Hall. Usual lunch The beginners' square iittP.ce group will dance at 8 tonight at the Chamberlain School in Grassy Lake. This event is being held in con- junction with the recreation department. All square dancers welcome. By Barnes Tie one one for '74 Scarves work fashion magic "You hove two possibilities .Your paunch mutt go or else let your fingernails grow four inches longer." FINAL 3 DAYS By HELEN HENNESSY NEA WOOUB'S Editor NEW YORK (NEA) Smart girls will tie one on this year for a wardrobe extension course. There is a wealth of scarf-tieing ideas each one designed to refresh an outfit and give it a new ambiance. To snap up shirts, shirtdresses and sweater life are the neckline tie tricks that utilize either a square or an oblong. For the tailored haberdasher look there is the stock tie, an easy fill-in for a handsome effect. Merely bias- band-fold a large square or a long scarf, wrap the neck twice and loop once over lightly. Also in the tailored mood is the turtle, effected by making a triangle fold of a square, bringing both ends around the neck, tieing to the front and cuffing over the knot. Jean-minded is the western loop, again done via a bias- band-fold and knotted casually to one side. While for soft touch, either with dresses, shirts or trouser combos, try the butterfly a flippy pout that looks tricker to do than it ac- tually Is. Just turn a square to its reverse side, knot it deadcenter, flip back to the front and tie around the neck with the knot to the rear. Hats are back, too, and scarfs can make them. For the head-covering cap look tie an oblong about the head, twist and braid both ends into one single tight strand and curl from the bottom to form a flat rosette over one ear. To create a hood fold under one-third of an outsize square then fold into a point. Roll the scarf up to the point, place on the head and tie under the chin. Even the old-fashioned babushka gets '73 manners when it is tied under the hair in back rather than under the chin. Body scarf tricks give defthanded girls the oppor- tunity to create their own -The Herald- Family barely there effects for diverse topping to skirts and pants in any weather con- ditions. If it's long and lanky knot in the center, drape over the bosom and tie in back. For added dash, pull a gilded chain through the knot and slip it over the neck. If it's a halter that's wanted again the long lean oblong does the trick. Using one only, drape around the neck, crisscross the bust and tie in back. Using two, knot one dead-center and tie across the bust with the second pulled through the knot and tied about the neck. The large square also lends itself to haltering folded into a triangle, draped around the midriff and secured at the back of the neck by tieing both ends into a knot. 1 ashion sal BUY ONE GARMENT AT REGULAR PRICE, YOU HAVE THE CHOICE OF ANOTHER OF THE SAME VALUE FOR ONLY 25'. A Designs- 1) the ends of a large square around and tie in front. Cuff over scarf to cover knot. 2) Flapper put on your dancing shoes and a '30s look Twist and braid both ends until a tight single strand is made Curl from bot- tom up around the ear and pm. 3) Cross 'n tie Drape lanky long icarf around neck, twist middle and criss-cross ends to around back and tie. AFTERNOON BINGO EVERY THURS. AT 2 P.M. MOOSE 3 Ava. North 5 Carda Moiwy DOUBLED WMklv Jackpot Prliee Free Sponsored bv THE MOOSE LODGE No Children Under 16 Allowed to Welcome BINGO NEW LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE 3rd Ave. I WEDNESDAY at 8 p.m. 24 GAMES Regular Jackpot Number end Ceeh Inereeeee weekly week Jackpot in 10th Oeme S2S 7 Number Oemet 5 for 11 card pays Double Door Prize No One Under 16 Years Allowed to Play Dresses, Gowns, Maternity Wear, Pant Suits, Coats, Pant Coats, Pants, Hostess Wear. COATS, SPORTSWEAR PANT SUITS OFF CHARGEX BETTY SHOP FASHION ACCOUNT ALL STORES AVENUE SHOES ANNUAL LADIES -sss Black or Brown SALE Snow Boots Greatly Reduced COLLEGE TEEN SET STYLES Black or Brown Slip-ons and Tlaa PAIRW 99 Many Mora Throughout tho Stora ALL SALES CASH AND FINAL NO EXCHANGES OB REFUNDS PLBASEI OPEN TILL t P.M. THURSDAY afttf FRIDAY NIGHTS! AVENUE SHOES ;