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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta For The Record By MARILYN ANDERSON Herald Family Editor _w*~.__- T City women elected to executive posts 'J'HE copy of the study guide for reading tiie report of the royal commission on the status of women arrived yesterday, and it looks like a valuable addition to any study group's library. Each topic of employment, the family, legal rights, etc. has been broken down and allows the reader to get the meat out of the report without wading through millions of words. There's still been no word on a public forum with Mrs. Lange, and while there's been a great deal of talk and approval about holding it, it would be a shame to let the whole thing drop simply for lack of someone to spearhead the project. Copies of the study guide are available from the National Council of Women of Canada at 270 MacLaren Street, Ottawa, 4. A French edition will be released on Tuesday. * ? ? Lethbridge food retailers will soon be taking part in a computer meal-planning program which has been set up by a major Ontario based food firm. The program is known as Computer Menu Plans and provides for a full month's menus on a daily basis - breakfast, lunch and supper. It also has buying tips, recipes and cooking suggestions. Whether you are a family of two with a weekly food budget of $20, or a family of eight with a budget of $40 there's a menu plan for you, according to the company. The computer booklet received here looked interesting, with a good variation in meals. One big drawback is that a food chain using tomato sauce and ketchup has sponsored it and many of the supper menus make use of these products. They will be free, however, and worth looking into for whenever you get the blaahs about a new approach to meal-making. And it isn't only the Symphony Women's League who have changed the format of its annual ball, the Rotary Mardi Gras has been shaken up a bit by the latest round of chinooks. Scheduled for Feb. 27, the Mardi Gras is taking on a western theme and promoting a bit of western hospitality as well. One of the changes is to the 4-H building rather than the Pavilion (which has size going for it, but hardly a cozy atmosphere) and another is a lower price. This latter point according to a Rotary spokesman is to encourage a younger crowd and perhaps those who haven't been to the Mardi Gras before. The midnight buffet and smorgasbord has been given the old heave-ho and steaks using good old Alberta beef will be featured instead. Dress, of course, is western, which will be a relief to all the men who hate and despise costumes of any type, and music is by the Alberta Ranch Boys. The 100-odd (note the hyphen, Dorin) members of the Rotary Club will be readying the affair for a good night out. Tables don't have to be booked in advance but if you have a large party it's often a good idea. Grab your partner, you like best; hope the wind stays in the west!!! Dominion Rebekah MRS. M. STOCKDALE Church elects officers Installation of officers for the Dominion Rebekah Lodge were held at the regular meeting recently. Installing officers were: Mrs. M. Oswald, district deputy president; Mrs. B. Gia-comazzi, Mrs. M. Snowden, Mrs. A. Pollard, Mrs. L. Fleetwood, Mrs. P. Hamilton, Mrs. J. Marshalsay, Mrs. B. Dawson, Mrs. E. Parks, and Mrs. H. Henry. Elected for the 1971 term were: Mrs. R. Johnson, junior past noble grand; Mrs. M. j Stockdale, noble grand; Mrs. H. Barclay, vice grand; Mrs. V. Crofts, recording secretary; Mrs. J. Pisko, financial secre-* tary; Mrs. M. Hamilton, treasurer; Mrs. P. Hamilton, musician; Mrs. M. Oswald, RSNG; Mrs. M. MacLean, LSNG; Mrs. M. Coaker, RSVG; Mrs. V. Miller, LSVG; Mrs. E. Determan, warden; Mrs. K. Nalder, conductor; Mrs. E. Scott, chaplain; Mrs. E. Claussen, inside guardian; Mrs. H. McNab, outside guardian; Mrs. C. Willis, right scene supporter; Mrs. V. Miller, left scene supporter. Mrs. M. Oswald was presented with a corsage and gift by Mrs. D. Pollard for her assistance to the lodge in the past year. Mrs. R. Johnson was presented with her past Noble Grand's jewel and a gift from her officers by Mrs. K. Nalder. Mrs. Helen McNab and Mrs. Myrtle Coaker were also elected representatives to the Rebekah Assembly in Edmonton in March. Southminster VCW Einar Thomsen was elected chairman of the board of the Evangelical Free Church of Lethbridge at the church's annual business meeting. Other officers elected are Lawrence Fletcher, vice chairman; Lillian Collins, secretary; Winter Royer, treasurer; Douglas Mun ton, recording secretary; Allan Collins, Sunday school superintendent and Peter Wiebe, Martinus Van Westembrugge, Joe Chronik and Corny Martens, deacons. This year's trustees will be, Larry Fletcher, Norman Remus and Harry Prudens. Installation of the 1971 executive of Southminster UCW was held in Buchanan Chapel, with Dr. R. V/. K. Elliott officiating. Accepting office for the coming year were: president, Mrs. J. G. Doyle; honorary president, Mrs. R. W. K. Elliott; past president, Mrs. A. V. Walker; first vice-president, Mrs. J. B Henderson; second vice-president, Mrs. J. R. Ayer. Recording secretary, Mrs. G. Draffin; corresponding secre- Dairymen meet February 24 The 50th Anniversary of the Alberta Dairymen's Association will be celebrated in Calgary at the Palliser Hotel Feb. 2, 3 and 4. The Ladies' Division has planned activities for all visiting women. Registration will take place at the Penthouse commencing at 9 a.m., Feb. 2, prior to the breakfast. Also planned is a luncheon, sponsored by the Calgary Milk Foundation starting at 11 a.m., Feb. 3 and curling Feb. 4 at 1:30 p.M. A FEW DON'TS No child should be allowed to stand up in a vehicle, stand or kneel on a seat, or lean against the dashboard. MRS. J. G. DOYLE tary, Mrs. Cam Lawrence; treasurer, Mrs. J. Whimster; assistant treasurer, Mrs. M. Laqua. Citizenship and social action, Mrs. E. W. Thurston; community friendship and visiting, Mrs. W. A. Ogden; program, Mrs. H. Mahe, Mrs. R. W. Elliott, Mrs. C. S. Malmberg; hospitality, Mrs. F. Johnson Mrs. A. Coaker; supply and welfare; Mrs. S. Davison; spe cial projects, Mrs. A. V. Walker; Christian education, Mrs. S. Jameson; communion, Mrs. Mona Wells; cards, Mrs. E. C. Miller, finance, Mrs. E. Hamb-lin; flower committee.. Mrs. J. Home, Mrs. K. Strome, Mrs. C. L. Richardson; groups, Mrs. R. C. Niven; literature, Mrs. R. j McKendry; j Lounge, Mrs. C. G. Schwass; membership, Mrs. G. Draffin, nominations, Mrs. A. V. Walker; organist, Mrs. E. C. Oates; publicity, Mrs. J. King; kitchen, Mrs. J. Tennant, Mrs. K. Depner; Red Cross, Mrs. J. Palmer; stewardship, Miss Anne Farries. Devotional service was led by the '48 Unit. Following the installation the program committee gave an outline of proposed study and programming for 1971. Municipal Auxiliary Canadian Women's Figure and Reducing Clinics NOW IN LETHBRIDGE Completely New Concept in Reducing! Combining with what every doctor would state for losing weight and reducing. Passive Physical Exercise (not strenuous). Dieting (not crash). Clinical Treatment (enjoyable). the quality goes In before the name goes on. "Vail or bring in this coupon lor free copy of Zenith'i "Sound & Hearing" Booklet. LEISTER'S MUSIC | Paramount Theatre Bldg. j LETHBRIDGE | F.O.E. BINGO TONIGHT EAGLES HALL 6th Ave. A and 13th St. N. Every Saturday Night at 8 p.m. 5 Cards for l.OO or 25* Each Twelve 7 Number Game* JACKPOT $145 Free Garnet and Free Cards DOOR PRIZE Children under 16 not allowed Shriners Auxiliary The Ladies Auxiliary to Shrine Hospitals for Crippled Children held its election of officers for the 1971 term at the annual luncheon held recently at. Ericksen's Restaurant. They are: Mrs. George Lc-mas, honorary president; Mrs. .lames Nome, president; Mrs. August Hamm, first vice - president; Mrs, Roy Sprinkle, second vice-president; Mrs. J i m Ross, secretary; Mrs. Glen Metzger, treasurer: Mrs. Jack Waterhouse, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Mike Batycky, social convenor; Mrs, Vera McDonald, sick and visiting; Mrs. Clare Simpson, press convenor. Directors for two years are: Mrs. Glen Hughes, Mrs, Angus Millar, and Mrs. Alvin Rider. Directors for one year are: Mrs. John Hunt, Mrs. Jean Whimster, and Mrs. Maurice Lloyd. Gait alumnae Gait School of Nursing Alumnae held its annual meeting and pot - luck supper with the following elected to scrv* in the 1971 executive: Honorary president is Mrs. L. Perdue; honorary vice-president Mrs. R. Niven; past president, Mrs. R. J. Flex-haug; . Mrs. K. Karl, president; Mrs. R. Coverdale, first vice-president; Mrs. R. Teirle second vice - president; Mrs. I. H. Potter, corresponding secretary; Mrs. K. Jensen, recording secretary; Mrs. L. H i r s c h e, treasurer; social conveners, Mrs. H. Simpson, Miss C. Groenboom; members at 1 a r g e, Mrs. J. Maxwell, Mrs. M. St. Onge, and Mrs. R. Briosi; archivist, Miss Molly Coupland; phoning, Mrs. G. McElroy. ALL-ROUND CORD - Cathy Sobuliak and Karen Chumik, two Lethbridge Girl Guides, received their all-round cord in presentation ceremonies recently. Both girls are in the 3rd Lethbridge Guide Co. under the leadership of Mrs. M. Kaleta, Chris Fazio and Joan Reilander. St. Michael's Auxiliary MRS. J. C. MOORE Seam guard One - half an inch is the minimum for seam allowances when sewing, but an inch may be allowed to provide against mistakes and possible shrinkage. Mrs. J. C. Moore was elected president of St. Michael's Hospital Auxiliary at the annual dinner meeting recently. Other officers elected were: Mrs. R. A. Ludwig, first vice-president; Mrs. D. Mahe, second vice-president; Mrs. B. M. Alger, treasurer; and Mrs. U. J. Pittman, secretary. Mrs. W. Hay was the installing officer. Entertainment included comical musical selections by Prof. K. Hicken of the University of Lethbridge music department, and cioral selections by the Sisters of St. Martha singing group. Miss Dianne McLean, Miss Hope, 1971, and third year nursing student at St. Michael's was introduced to the members, and spoke briefly. MRS. K. KARL QUIET HOME Carpets absorb 10 times as much noise as other floors. Learn Hairdressing MARVEL BEAUTY SCHOOL REDUCED RATES - TERMS WRITE FOR FREE INFORMATION OVER METROPOLITAN STORI 326A �th Ave. W., Calgary $ $ CASH BINGO $ HUNGARIAN OLD TIMERS HAIL TONIGHT, SATURDAY - 8 O'CLOCK A $100 Blackout Bingo played for till won very Saturday plus 2 7-Number Jackpot* JACKPOTS NOW $90 AND $100 5 Cards for $1.00 or 25c each (Located Next to No. 1 Fireholl) $ LETHBRIDGE SKETCH CLUB BOWMAN ARTS CENTRE - 811 5th AVENUE S. PLEASE NOTE Betty (Oponovich) lowen will be teaching other mediums in addition to Acrylics - for adults. Classes - Saturdays 7:30-9:30 p.m. COME OUT AND REGISTER AT CLASS Nothing makes a home so personally your own as children's portraits! HOWARD-6 years LISA-2 years Children of MR. and MRS. L. WATT LETHBRIDGE LOCATED JUST ACROSS FROM THE CPR DEPOT PHONE 3374*St ;