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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Catholic Central Awards Honor students in Catholic Central high school were re- cently presented with special awards and scholarships during ceremonies held in the school. Greetings from the Separate School Board were extended by John Boras, chairman and featured speaker R. Kimmitt, superintendent for the separate schools. There were also choral presentations by Catholic Central Junior Chorus directed by Sr. M. Goulhro, Singing Belles and Uie Senior Chorus. Awards presented were: Soulhcrn Slntloncrs for highest mark i Grado 9 rnolliemalks, Linda Kos- tck; SI. Basil's Calhcllc Women's Lenguc tor highest average In Grade girl Mary Ann Farringlon and boy Gregory Rohovie; Lelhbrldge Library for six sluclenls wilh hlglicst averages In Grade B Nancy McMahnn. Cecily Kenwood, Valerie MeMi, Joanne Dubc, Jay Marlin and Norric Catlapan and for outstanding achievement In Grade B In Industrial arls Glno program. Inlanll, home economics Linda Donyluk, oral French Karen Kcen- nn and art Tina Gercmla. Do Jourdan sludlo for highest nvcr- atju In Crude M malrlculatlon pro- gram, Gary Gleb; Assumpllon Parish for highest mark In Grade 1? matri- culation, Barbara Macluro and Si. Patrick's Parish for highest mark In grade 12 malrlculatlc George Rice. St. Patrick's Parish for highest mark In Gnde 9 exams, Mary Ann Farcing- ton; Lethbrldge Miners' Library lor six students wllh highest overage In Grade 9: Mary Ann Farrlnglon, Greg- pry Rohoyle, Linda Koslck, Paul Fcatherstone, Wll'lam Krauss and F r d n c e s Terlesky, oulslandlng achievement In Grade 9, Industrial arts, Paul Ducketl, home economics Mary Ann Forrlngton, oral French, Marisa Blscaglla and art, Colelic dc "rulin. Calhollc Women's League, SI. Pat- rick's CWL lor girl wilh highest aver- age in Grade 12, Arlene Gorda; As- sumpllon CWL, for Grade 12 sludent from Assumption Parish with out- standing achievement, Mark Lencucha and Assumption CWL tor student wllh highest mark In social studies 20, Gary Gleb. Major Jack Ross Chapter, IODE Olive Crew Memorial Prize lor socia Studies 10, Barbara Maciura, Sir Alex ander Gait Chapter 10DE for nitjIiGsl mark In Malhemailcs 30, Mark Len- cucha; Ladies Auxiliary of Royal Ca nadian Legion for shorlhand 10 (city wide prize} Rozaly Paunovlc. Fred Lelsler for highest mark In physics 30, George Rice; Stucharl Family for highest average In busi- ness education program, Grade 11 Kris Kcchanskl and Grada 12 Mrs. Tankowiak; Kiwanis Club of Greei Acres for Grade 12 matriculation, Gregory Hofforlh and Downtown Kr wan is Club lor Grade 12 malricula- lion, Christine CzerkTes. Knights of Columbus Scholarships Council No. for highest average In Grade 12, boy Georgi Sirl Arlene Gorde; Knighls of Co- jmbus, Our Lady of Peace Council No. 5726, for students attending Lelh- bridge Communily College rjthei for university or college prep course, Barbara Gorko and Barbara Lavoralo; Ken shalz Award for Grade 12 boy of the year, George RIc -Tuoiday, November 3, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 17 ami ivmcv Special Interest In Youth Miss Hope A City Visitor a Ul Xi Iota Chapter of Beta Sig- ma Phi held its rushing party and model meeting in the home of Mrs. R. Hironaka. A pro- gram on Japan was given by Mrs. J. Ewing and Mrs. Hiro- naka. Special guests Mrs. J. Moore, honorary member, Mrs. L. Lutwick, Mrs. J. Nix- ey, Mrs. D. Reimer and Miss A. Erickson. ONE BELOW A CENTURY Mrs. Agnes Voile of Leth- bridge who is celebrating her 99th birthday today, can't be expected lo remember all the birthdays in her family. She has 12 children, 45 grandchildren, 118 great grand- children and 24 great great grandchildren. Mrs. Vaile was guest of honor Sunday at a family reunion held in the home of her daughler, Mrs. Agnes Cooker of tethbridge. A mere 66 of her family were able to attend. Mrs. Vaile came to southern Alberta in 1893 from British Columbia. Feiv Vitamins In Space Food TORONTO (CP) Children who go around chewing freeze- dried "space" food instead of eating their ordinary meals are not getting proper nutrition, a researcher fom the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto said. Dr. David Turner told the Ontario H o s p i tal Association that scientists with the United States space program learned that freeze-drying destroys, most of the vitamins in food. Pat Murphy, Miss Hope of Al- berta WTO, was in Lcthbridge Monday to attend the aim u a 1 meeting of the Lclhbridge and district units of the Canadian Cancer Society. Miss Murphy, a recent gradu- ate in nursing from Holy Cross Hospital, Calgary, for the past year has represented the sym- bol of hope for cancer control expressed by the society through its various programs. In an interview at the Her- ald, Miss Murphy outlined some of the objectives of the society and spoke of a few of her du- Local Couple Celebrates 63rd Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Dill Howard of 1027 12 St. B S., Lethbridge were reminded of their 63rd wedding anniversary by messages from Queen Elizabeth II, Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau and a plaque from Premier John Robarts of Ontario, where Uiey once resided. The Howards were both born in England and came to Can- ada in 1907, the year they were married. Mr. Howard was a bricklayer and barber in Re- gina and Winnipeg before set- tling in Fort William. Mrs. Howard was the first woman on the board of educa- tion in Thunder call- ed Lakehead) and Mr. Howard was alderman for six years during the dirty thirties when, "more than 210 families were on relief in his ward." In 1945 the couple moved to Lethbridge and have one son living with them although oth- er members of the family stil live in the east. APPROVAL FOR HOMES At a meeting of the Green Acres Board held this week an inspection report was present- ed from the Provincial Dept. of Public Works. The report indi- cated that both Lethbridge Homes Golden Acres and Green Acres Lodges are being well maintained. Wives Often More Dissatisfied After Husband's Business Success NEW YORK (AP) A wife's dissatisfaction often grows in di rect relation to her husband's ascent up the business ladder, a national survey indicates. The survey results, based on personal interviews and the re suits of an attitudinal research questionnaire sent to the wives of 400 successful men, most ol whom earned at least were contained in a new book which is excerpted in the Nov- ember issue of Ladies' Home Journal. According to the book, Mrs. Success, by Lois Wyse, the most STUDY IN HAWAII at MAUNA OLU COLLEGE "a smalt college that cares" an the beautiful Island of Maui. Residential, co-edu- cational college oF liberal arts. Two-year program fully accredited Associate of Arls degree and transfer. Four- year program offering majors for the Bachelor of Arts, Hu- manities, Social Science, Asian Studies, American Studies, and English. Independent study. Freshman Seminar. In- jercullural campus. Activities include year 'round swim- ming, surfing, hiking, riding. WRITE Dept. N. MAUNA OLU COLLEGE, Pala, Maui, Ha- waii 96779. dissatisfied wives were those married to men who had been made chief executives of com- panies. Somewhat less unhappy were the wives of jimirjr execu- tives. "In analysing results, it was apparent that unhappiness in- creased as a husband's recogni- tion in business Miss Wyse wrote. The survey found that four out of five of the wives inter- viewed attended college, that 55 per cent earned bachelor de- grees, and that four per cent had advanced degrees. But only 16 per cent of the women thought they would be happier with a career of their own. Almost half-48 per cent- said they did not want careers. Ten per cent of the respondents were career women and the rest had no preference. Nearly three-fourths of the women surveyed said that "few, if any, decisions in regard to the places they go and the peo- ple they see are business influ- enced." Most wives of successful busi- nessmen still do the cooking in their homes, the survey found. Fifty-four per cent said they made breakfast for then- hus- per cent of the hus- bands do not eat 74 per cent cook dinner every night. Local Delegation To Seek New Senior Citizens' Lodge A delegation from While in Edmonton the dele- Acres Foundation will be in j gallon will hold meetings with Edmonton this week to attend j officials from the department Ten per cent reported having fulltime cooks, 17 per cent said they had maids' and two per cent said they had part-time cooks. !he 4th Annual Provincial Homes Convention on Nov. 4-5, This delegation will include Jenne Neiboer, board member :rom Noblefprd, Mr. Don Le- 3aron, administrator and Mrs. Kay Lenning, matron Golden Acres Lodge. RE-OPENING 1 Under New Management TUESDAY, NOV. 3rd MISS CAROL OLER Has 10 years experience in all phases of Beauty Culture, Slyling, Perms, Colors, Wigs and Hoir Pieces._____ CAROL OLER OPENING SPECIAL ONOFAU PERMS (ends Nov. Mlh) Little's Beauty Salon 11106th Ave. S. Phone 327-3926 of social development to pre- sent a brief outlininK the very critical need that exists for additional accommodation for senior citizens in this area. This need continues lo increase with close to 100 names presently on the waiting list for accom- modation in either of the Leth- bridge Lodges. Highlights of the 1970 Conven- tion will be the opening ad- dress, which is to be given by Hon. B. A. Speaker, minister of social develop-nent. A number of important resolutions per- taining to the Homes for the Aged Program will be studied I by the delegates attending the I convention. The convention will conclude with a banquet at which Hon. H. Strom, Premier of Alberta will be the featured speaker. The officers of the Provincial Homes Association are presi- dent, Jack Ware, Wclaskiwin; vice-president Mayor Raymond Clnrk, Burdett; and .iecretary-, treasurer, Mr. LcDaron. love is... watching the first snowfall of the season. Kills kitchen fires Never throw water on burning lat or grease. Just douse wilh Cow Brand Baking Soda to smother Flames and pre venl spattering, Keep a package near the stove tor emergency. COW BRAND BAKING SOoA ties during her Icrra as Miss continuing campaign to educate Hope. "Hope stands as a symbol in cancer she said, "and because a nursing student is interested in all facets of the public on the detection, diag- nosis and treatment of cancer. "It has heen a very interesting year for she said "and a new Miss Hope be chosen health she can be an influence next month. on those around her, and in do- j The competition is ing so give hope lo people. arc especially interested in get- ling young people interested in the programs of the Canadi a n Cancer society so they can be- come familiar with the seven safeguards which might indicate cancer. We also want them to keep informed on the research currently being done." In the course of her duties Miss Murphy has attended can- 'cer society meetings throughout the prov i n c e assisting in the open to any nursing student in our 15 nursing schools in the province. Tliree will be selected in Leth- bridge, one from each of the three nursing schools; they will compete in Edmonton in the fi- nals. The winner receives a prize of the runners up win each. At present Miss Murphy is working on general duty at Holy Cross but would like to take postgraduate studies beginning next September. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "That's your fora fee we can put you fn touch with an auro thief who will steal it" if you pay him Pol Murphy Miss Hope 1970 WIGS In Southern Alberta DROP IN AND BROWSE AROUNDI "Firs) Wigs in Southern Albena" THE FINEST SEtECTION OF RATING? WE ARE! V2-YEAR BIRTHDAY SALE THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY FREE DRAW 9'xl27 RUG DRAW TO BE HELD SATURDAY PLUSH NYLON. 9'xir Reg 144.00. SALE NYLON SCULPTURED. 3'xl2'. Reg. 28.00. SALE FORTREL SCULP. Reg. 39.95. SALE GREEN PLUSH NYLON. Reg. 51.95. SALE GOTHIC IMPERIAL GREEN SCUL. Reg. 66.00. SALE NYLON PLUSH GREEN. Rea. 135.00. SALE REMNANTS 50.00 9.95 5.00 14.95 19.95 49.00 IVORY SCULP. NYLON.