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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, June 30. 1972 THE lETHBRlOGS HERAld 17 and out of t( Members of the family of the lale Mr. and Mrs. Thomas VV. Brown of Moose Jaw, Sask., are holding a reunion in Lethbridge this weekend along with their families. Attending are Mr. and Mrs, C. E. Brown and Janice, Tommy, Brian and Ron of Glendora, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Farmer of Victoria; Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Brown and David, Brock and. Lesley of Wesl Vancouver, Gordon Brown of Moose Jaw, Miss Phyllis Brown of Banff; Mrs. Venia Hillcoat of Leth- 'own bridge, Mr. and Mrs. Terry Christcnson and Travis of Browning, Mont., Mr. and Mrs Larry Howe and Julie and Jim o( Winnipeg; Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Durhng and Bob of Winnipeg, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Brown and Paul oi Calgary and Murray Brown ol Lethbr'idgc. Absent are Mrs. Gordon Brown of Moose Jaw, Mrs Carol Bergh of Os'o, Norway Mr. anil Mrs. Terry Brown am Mr. and Mrs. Mason Brown, al of Victoria. Deceased are Mr and Mrs. K. A. Sallstrom. LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Campus Corner By CATHIE KETI (Cathie is a journalism sh1 dent at Lethbridge Commun- ity College, working at The Herald tor the summer.) School's out, and the sun is in. And what's a better thing to do than be in the sun? And what's a better way to be in the sun, than to be in the water, or on a sundeck? Living in the city, with man- made swimming holes is a far- cry from the ponds, ditches and rivers that kids used to swim in. In fact, these swimming are still a part of sum- mer lives of many younger peo- ple. But whether pool, ditch, or river, swimming has always been a favorite summer oecu pation of most youngsters and older people as well. Remembrances always core lo mind of swimming when summer rolls around. The irri gatlon ditches running througl southern Alberta have been orite hang-outs for children a long as I can remember. Splashing to their heart's con tent, and lounging on air-filte tire tubes, the summer day pass in the heat of the sun an the coolness of the water. However, this lazing aroun seems to last only part of th summer, because after lha the ditches become moss-ladei and the swimmers start ge ting entang'ed in the grec slim or come out with bloot suckers sticking to their hot ies. By that time of the year, 11 cemented-in pools in town ope and the country kids ventu into town almost daily to ta! adyantage of the diving boarc and risk the chlorine. But th everyone knows chlorine is f everyone else's safety. So on the diving board, flips belly-Hops become the next rt of the summer, with every- e trying to make the best rformances without any aining af all. Although, I'll mil, they must rget some ainuig through experience, be- use after several reddened omachs, belly-flops become utmoded. Skinny dipping is a favorite iscussion topic of some par- nts. They tell how boys would rip down to nothing and hop the water. Meanwhile the girls would neak up behind the bushes, and no doubt take a peak at 'hat was going on before ley'd rush away with the boys' lofhing. Of course now bikinis and fan- y sun suits are in, and today veryone wears what he is most comfortable in. Lounging in the sun after a jrisk swim, becomes another part of the suimmers' habits. !undecks have become popular, vith everyone wonting to be able to lay their oody down in be area where the most sun In Lethbridge there is a sun deck at both Uie Fritz Sick Pool and the Lions Pool. A grassed- m area around the Henderson Pool is the place swimmers there use to lie around in the The capacity of the Fritz Sick iAdoor pool is 350 persons, the Lions 225, and the Henderson to Swimming enthusiasts have these city pools to chose from with several hours to enjoy this activity. Of course those who enjoy get- ting away from the city can enjoy what irrigation ditches have to ofcer. Easy steps lo prettier you Key to beauty is care By -HIDE TURIC Herald Stafr Writer Cleopatra may have popular- ized the makeup business, but in today's fashion world, she'd be pretty hard pressed trying to match the newest and prclti- est of the natural makeup trends. Marilyn Ellison, owner of the Merle Norman Cosmetic Bou- tique, is one of many persons in the professional makeup field who uses her knowledge and experience to help women look their best, always. Marilyn, whose basic creed is one of "good complexion care and proper makeup, done said the initial step in applying one's makeup is to no lower than Uie bottom of lure, because the naturally Ihc ear. i look isn't always that "The result is a triangular; said wedge shape. Bringing the i Marilyn said women shouldn I wee rouge above the eye adds a] be afraid to try something new very wide-eyed effect. This is to be free and experiment very wide-eyed where it lakes on the look of a on either side of Uie lace." makeup trends. on r "So many women get into Eyebrows should be shaped the comfort zone, and stay lie into a natural line, "never the same, from one day to the thin line." and tweczed from underneath. Never next." "The working gir should "lake a real good look at your I IJUel 11 C V I I -J Iff ibove the brow, "except for I ways wear makeup, salt! Mar- the stragglers look besl The use of' eye shadow is a i all, she's making an major part of the total look, sion on the public for her em- and "very seldom should less 1 ployer, and for lierseu. than three shades be used." "The housewi e should also Different shades make (or a i use makeup, not take the alii- tutle that she already has lum, so why bother. Her husband is id she sairj. "prettier, more finished, more natural looking she said. "Using just one color makes I firs' face and "deckle which is your it look as if vou haven't had Marilyn considers cleansing best' feature." time to Marilyn said. cream fresheners. Prior to any makeup appli-i Dark shades arc pui close to ers. face creams. bases, cation, the face should be j Uie lash line, blending up to; basic shadows, and at the veiv throughly cleansed, particular- an off-white under the brow for least, f.vo Clicks the ba- ily of mascara, which is not water soluable. Several appli- cations without proper removal, may lead to "damage oE the eyelashes to the point that they will break off. or fall out and if the hair root is damaged, will not grow back in." She said general makeup trends have gone to the soft, a natural look sics "ceded by every woman. Eyeliner should alwavs be "Second lashes are a must co-ordinated lo the eve shadow and the mascara. eyelashes." she sa.d "although Eyeliner shades arc pastels i women feel they are a arid navys. as are the niascar- as; giving as "intense a Many women arc afraid to but not as harsh as the heavy i ask someone to help them blacks and i learn.' she said, Ini it s n uch Eyeliner on the lower lids more fun to learn to o it on irenus nave guue m im iuc ILV.S natural and pastel shades of should be applied no more than own. and save the p o- eye shadow, eyeliner, and mas- one quarter to one third of the lessional makeup for a t eat cara adding "the emphasis is way in, to avoid the "closed-i.i i Enore circle of black wliich makes i her complexion. We re all am the eye look srnaller. to stay young as long To alleviate the top-heavy as we can And why cara, adding "the emphasis on co-ordination of makeup with what you are wearing, and hair color." She said summer colors of look, mascara should be placed bieges and browns are best j on the fine lower lashes, and 1 suited to tanned skin, and alt! eye shadow applied lightly un-' women should have different derncath the eye. makeup bases for summer and i "This additional color helps winter. widen the eye, and gives a "Your complexion is constant- completely rounded she ly she said, "what's i said, good on you one week, doesn't j The final step in makeup is look Uiat great the next. You may think you've bought the u wrong base, but you haven't." A LITTLE DAB'Ll DO YA Cosmetician Marilyn Ellison shows Bernice Hehe "Your base should be brought out over the chin, and blended to said Marilyn, Faulds Photo "but it's not necessary to bring ____________ait all the way down to the collar lo highlight her best feature her eyes during a makeup lesson. Upper insert: before, eyes are round and heavily shadowsd. lower insert: after, pretty new makeup draws ollention to the soft sparkle in Bernice's ey es. Greece will pay baby bonuses to encourage larger families ATHENS (AP) The Greek government is encouraging cou- ples to have three or more chil- dren. A monthly bonus of 500 drachmas, or will go to par- NOW AVAILABLE AT LEISTER'S ANNE CAMPBELL SINGERS' NEW LP 'THE CAMPBELLS ARE COMIN' Nurses elect new officers BAND STUDENTS DONT BE CAUGHT SHORT If You Intend To Rent A Band Instrument Fro The Fall Term RESERVE NOW We will hold an imtrumeni for you NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. PARAMOUNT THEATRE BLDG., LETHBRIDGE EDMONTON