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The Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 31, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta ie-THI LETHMIOQt HIRALD-ThMrsdey, January II, Herald Family Gy ni nasties a tough sport Ups and downs are part of the action for members of the Gymini Club of Lethbridge. The club, which boasts more girl than boy members, has been in operation for three years and holds practice sessions each Monday, Wednesday and Friday at the Family YMCA. Coaches Dale Aasen, Gaynel Day and Sharon Christensen, work out the gymnastic team members for two hours each session, with warm-ups and tumbling as teasers, followed by hard work on compulsorary and optional routines. Individuals in the club range in age from eight to 17 years and are recruited from the Y programs for beginner and intermediate gymnastics. The Gymini Club competes in provincial contests and has "placed very well" in past years according to coach Aasen. Shown doing routines are, clockwise left to right; Jouy Itneson, aerial cartwheel; Brenda Oleksy, on the beam and balancing on the bar; Philip Christou, hand stand on parallel bars; and Lori Aitchison, working out on bars. Bill Groenen photos VANTA'S ECONOMY MEATS 804-7th Avenue 6. Phone BEEF SPECIAL THIS WEEK EXTRA SPECIALS! COUNTRY CUT SPAR! RIBS Limit 25 Ibs. per shopper ...................Ib. Van's Bologna ............................Ib. 734 Beef Saueaga. Fresh daily..................Ib. 806 Bulk Wieners Ib. Dinner Hants C.P.........................Ib. 1.29 Bacon Unsliced.......................... Ib. 806 BINGO SCANDINAVIAN HALL 22912th St. 'IT N. FRIDAY, February lit 8 p.m. DOORS OPEN AT 7 P.M. NEW QAME IN S) NUMBERS 10th QAME WIN ON EMPTY CARD 4th, Ml, 12th QAMCS IN 7 NUMBERS OH LESS 5 CARDS FOR POT OF QOLD 140 Single Winner First 12 Ownee Mtrighben Receive QOLD CARDS PAY DOUBLE EACH DOOM PRIZES M FREE CARDS J DRAWS FOR NEXT WEEK Sorry No one under 16 years of age allowed The Full Gospel Businessmen's Fellowship International of Lethbridge and District will hold their FEBRUARY PUBLIC BREAKFAST MEETING at 9 a.m., Saturday, Feb. 2nd tin El Rancho Motor Hotol Guest Speaker: REV. HARLIE GOODWIN SEATTLE, WASH. Known as 'The Pastor to Forgotten Men' A Man for whom God has miraculously opened doors of ministry in countless Penetenturles and correctional institutes throughout North America. has personally led many, many convicts into a personal relation- ship with Jesus Christ. For further Information and tfefceto, eafl Dave Color, line, form THE BETTER key to decorating 327-6633 Cathy Evins is set against the "mish-mash" look of many homes. She prefers line and form and a definite color scheme. Currently instructing a course in home decor at the Bowman Art Centre, Mrs. Evins says the first step in decorating your home is to "step back and take a look at what you've already got." "Often the best thing to do is harmonize by keeping color, line and form in mind." An artist, Mrs. Evins instructs and dabbles in home decorating as a hobby; spending much time browsing through local lumber dealerships and paint stores. The ideas one can accumulate are endless, she says, with new and better and interesting ideas always being put out in booklet form. The afternoon course takes place once a week, and is designed to give a "once over lightly" to almost every aspect of decorating. "It's something to get the individual interested in different aspects of explains Mrs. Evins, "from upholstery to drapery to space-saving ideas. "Better and more extens.ive courses may then be found to broaden and give in-depth information on any particular angle." She says the decorating course is a bridge between art itself and learning how to use crafts as decorating objects. "So far, we've included covering lampshades to suit the room, properly measuring windows for bought or homemade draperies, upholstering furniture and will touch on a very important idea more space in today's Mrs. Evins says Other ideas for the home decorator will be methods of making window shades instead of buying drapes and accenting rooms with plants and flower arrangements. Mrs. Evins says everyone interested in adding touches to their home, or starting from scr itch, should pay particular attention to new products in wallpaper, paints and should always "look into magazines for the latest." Downbeat WEST HALLAM, England (CP) The Women's Institute in this Derbyshire community has stopped singing the anthem Jerusalem at us meetings you your doctor bring your prescription to Golden Mile 'First tell me about last night. Then go downstairs and feed your wallaby." Feminists demonstrate against 'brainless dolls9 Open Monday through Friday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday from 1 to 5 p.m. Next week: Monday: Keep fit 10 a.m. Leather craft 2 p.m. Tuesday: Singing 10 a.m. Dancing 2 p.m. Wednesday: Bingo p.m. Cash prizes. Thursday: Bridge tournament p.m. Cash prizes Friday: Creative decorations 2 p.m Noteworthy: Volunteers are still needed for the daffodil tea to be held March 9th. Those wishing to assist are asked to leave their name at the office. Tickets are now available for the senior citizens tour to Disneyland on April 22. Items for the bazaar, such as small parcels for the grab table, dry goods for hampers and white elephant articles would be most appreciated. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Mechanic Capitol Furniture BMg. PHONE: 3M-7M4 ROME (Reuter) A group of 40 feminists demonstrated against "brainless dolls" here last week .outside the sa- lon of Italian fashion designer Valentino. They shouted feminist slogans as the chic fashion the wife of the Fiat auto ed to see the latest Valentino look Buyers attending the preview collections were handed leaflets by the demonstrators saying: "Women are sex objects whose value depends on how much she can please her potential the men. Enough of oeing brainless dolls The new Valentino look was tame, made up of perfect white suits whose A-line skirts covered the knee, and silk chemisiers with contrasting piping everywhere. As usual Valentino liked the one-color look from head to toe. The line was more fitted than in other collections, but a few swingback pyramid coats and jackets showed up for spring There were tiny warnings that the revival of the clothes is almost here. One of the new fabrics Valentino and others have been using is a worsted wool that looks like knit, a switch on the usual. JACKPOT BINGO This Thursday Evening January 31st far AM UK Mr MR. run tank STARTS P.M. PARISH HALL Corner 12th Street B end 7th Avenue North Jackpot ttarta it end to every Thursday 5ft 71k MMkm Jictptl S36 Pit GM SID Per Card or S tor MM Fm Cinfe. Fret SUMS M A Doer Prin Persons under 16 years not allowed. Planning a Spring Wedding.. then plan to visit our BRIDAL CHAPEL Where yo I'll find everything for the Bride on her day, ir eluding Wedding Invitations, Repl> Cards Napkins Plates, etc Personalized Matches Cake Tops Accessories Cake Detentions Gifts for the Bride and her Attendants SoirtlitriSistiiMrsUd ;