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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 16, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta March 1971 THE UTHBBIDGE HESAIO Hot pants dying gasp of mini lovers A Calendar Of Local Happenings Pants still in fashion forecast for spring By JEAN SHARP CP Womens Editor Pants seem to be the thing for spring this yearpant gaucho pants if youre lithe hot Whatever else they pre fashion experts in cluded pants in the spring scene in a CrossCanada Sur vey by The Canadian The single exception was a fashion commentator in To ronto who said every woman Guide talk A Girl Guide winter camp was held in the Oldman River Valley with 30 people attend The lack of snow did not dampen the enthusiasm of an action packfd Ac tivities included a survival a hike to teepee rounds in the followed by a colorful talk by John A visiting Raj Ram tej from South Amer ica told stories of scout camp ing in his Attending were guides from Ray m o n New Pincher Creek and Leaders attend ing were scout personnel John Thorn Guider Geor gina Camp Advisers Shirley Thompson and Alice who would wear pacts already has them in her She predicted an upswing in the demand for The biggest news is the briefest version of the pant the hot Some say they represent the latt gasp of the mini Whether thats true or thev will be worn in all kinds of with or without ac companying skirts A Toronto manufacturer says he is making them in doubleknits to sell before his cottonknit and duck They are appearing in jump suits and overall styles and in satin with covering ankle length lace skirts Moreconservative pant out fits continue to sell An Edmonton buyer says 50 to 60 per cent of the sales in his dress department will be A Montreal buyer says print jersey and knit dresses in shirt styles are doing well be caue they can be worn alone or teamed with Closefitting long or are also much in Another favorite espe cially in boutiques and espe eiaih among the ihe look variously described as ethnic 01 It fealures puffed sleeves and laces and Springs traditional and blues are to be and out Mrs Grant Neidig and son Todd have arrived in the city from and will be guests of and Mrs Hank Palfrey and Tam y u Tommy Elkin age 12 decorated his room with Armstrong Place n Press Excelon floor tile in 90 Place n Press is the easiest doityourself tile Gooey oucV is The adhesive is already on the It sticks by Peel off the Place tile in Press Its as simple as that Cover up old linoleum or most basement concrete Goes anywhere as long as the floor is Its neat and so fast people are racing for beautiful Place n Press cuts with household Use leftover to cover line drawers or Remember the name is what you The floor ilia thais fun From mstrong AVAILABLE AT THE FOLLOWING DEALERS United Farmers of Coop 3131 2nd N Ann Landers Beaver Lumber 1701 3rd Bird Building Supplies 113 13lh DEAE like an ic that you b two years no troublf such a 1 chick a i bore then have the I rea I clam i on a dec I DEAI know I I m advant DEA column i I feel She has My aunt mouse b DEA ened by on her f Ace Building Supplies 433 24th LFTHBRIDGE FISH GAME y A A WEDNESDAY II U U AT 8 IN THF NEW EAGLES HALL Jordans Rugs 315 6th Street Alberta a belter way toctean your fridge Armstrong Lealta Building Supplies 1256 13lh N Rcvelstoka Building Materials 3rd 17lh Phono 3275777 popular again this season with shades of purple and mauve competing for at Mulberry is predicted a bestseller in white in An Edmonton spokesman savs he expects 75 per cent of all pant sales in the late spring to be The batktothegrassroots look will also bring browns and beiges into prominence because fabrics such as den ims and canvas are to be used a good especially in coats and MIDI MISSES OUT The midi length seems to have stayed confined to Dresses that are not short are most an inch to two inches below fe Coats are buyers predict Jdi coats with matching ants as the big item in rain ear for the Midi ngth capes are selling in N B Lightweight the wet vjryl suede and laceup yles are to be worn with the ioats and capes Sandal shoes with heels ghter and toes more nearly than they have been in seasons are spring fa in suedes and some ling called reptile under in i ttawa and Whether or not you wear a at seems to depend on where ou One department in Halifax is not carry ig but they are de Bribed as making a come in Vancouver in floppy and in cro heted styles Wide and jede instead of the recent selling m generally are ex ected to sell with the busy o o k i n g knee Trendsetter Bea Sigma Phis annual fashion show mil be held tonight and Wednesday at 8 m the Yates The WhirlAWays will square and round dance in Augu 1 tines parch Wednesday at All squaie dan cers are and women are asked to please take a bos Christian Science testimony meeting Wednesday at 7 SO p in the church 1203 4th Evenone wel Lethbridge chapter Women of the is hold1 ing its regular meeting tonight j at 8 at the Moose 1234 3rd Hostesses are as Nor Alon FamiK Group j meet Wednesday at 8 up 418 13th Si j Members of Laurel Chapter 4j OES are requested to meet at Martin Bros Funeral 812 3rd Souh at Wednesday for the fu a or past matron and charter mem The Chinook Pensioners Senior Citizens affiliated wnn the Provincial and National Pensioners and Senior Citizens Organisation sill meet Wednesday ai 7 30 p m in gym 2 of the Civic Spuns Important ness will be discssed there fore a good at is re 7 Kll be arranged UVIH and 1971 membership cards be members will be Follouing the bus iness meeiing entertainment and lunch wih he For further phone 327 32M All membcis ami friends i THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes MS meet March 26 i Peler Seland of the re1 search team on multiple sclero sis in the University 1 will be the featured I speaker at a meeting of the Lethbridge Multiple Sclerosis Society to be held March 26 at 8 in the Auxiliary hospital The meeting will be preceded by a dinner at 7 for all Multiple Sclerosis Society members and The pub lic is welcome to Members of the medical and nursing staffs of the city and j district hospitals and have been especially invited to attend in order that they will learn of the progress that is being made in research on this I crippling disease Those planning attendance are asked to please notify Fraser secretary of the Lethbridge at 328 7019 before March Mind purring the eggs on top last time 1 had to oour them out of the HELP US TO HELP OTHERS The Salvation Army Welfare Services Needs Household Effects CAtL 3282860 FOR PICKUP SERVICE OR LEAVE AT 412 1st LADIES AUXILIARY CANADIAN LEGION BINGO Wednesday at 8 Mill W Air Memorial Holl 1st Game 6th Game 4th Game Jackpot 8th Game S50 in 7 Numbart If 4th Game Not 10th Game Blackout 15thr Game Blackout for in 60 Numbers or less lucky Draw Extra Cards 25c Door Prize Standard Games Doubled if Won In 7 Number in first 12 games TICKET GIVEN TO WINNERS OF All GAMES EVERYONE WEICOME COW BRAND BAKING SODA S SIMPSONSSEARS 8 xHT Portrait In Imperial Color for 3 days only Your childs portrait made with Eastman Ektacofor Film ani materials amj our all new DYNAMIC COLOR background assures you full color fidelity ana breathtaking realism never before You must sea this value to Believe It 8x10 PORTRAIT the entire portrait photograph is completed in gorgeous color NO OBLifiATlQN TO BUY ADDITIONAL PORTRAITS EXTRA PRINTS AVAILABLE AT REASONABLE PRICES LIMIT ONE PER CHILDTWO PER FAMILY AGE LIMIT 5 WEEKS TO 12 YEARS GROUPS TAKEN AT 99p EACH ADDITIONAL CHILD CHOICE OF Plus Handling and Delivery CHOOSE FROM FINISHED PQRTRAITSNQT PROOFS Thursday and Friday 9 to 1 to 6 to 9 Saturday 9 to 12 1 to 5 Call 3286611 STORE HOURS 9 to 5 30 Thursday and Friday until 9 Closed Wednesday nl 12 30 p m Cnnlrn 2nd Avenue and 13th St N Trleshop 32866U ;