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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAS.D Friday, November 6, 1970 Miss Hope Chosen Sunday JOYCE KING-HUNTEK Gall School ARLENE WOOLF LCC DIANE M CLEAN Si. Michael's By JAMIE CHIZMAZIA ample of the school spirit we Kate Andrews have here in Kate Andrews TT was so big and every-! High. one was so strange. I felt: In our school, there are mi- very depressed. The thought of merous sports activities to en-1 initiation frigZilened me. The gage in. If you are not at all. credit and semester system sports minded, there are sp. seemed impossible to under-; cial and alter school activities, stand. I was thoroughly con- J You can join the radio club, fused. Wednesday Noon Newspaper There I was, my first day of staff, drama club, driver edu- high school, lost in a vast world cation program, pep club, of knowledge and wishing I was' cheerleading squad and others, still in grade nine. j Kate Andrews is a school, I When we were assigned our, realized, not a prison. There is lockers, I thought I had one all a lot of freedom in our choice to myself. As it happened, I j of classes. If you want a cer- found myself sharing the lock-! tain combination of subjects, er with a pry. I was a bit sur- j there is a good chance you will prised, and some of the girls: get them, thought it was a crime for me During your spare periods, to share my locker with a male you are not restricted only to species. So far, however, it has worked out fine! As the weeks the study hall. You can go to the library, outside or to the continued (o roll by, everyone luncliroom. Since the classes seemed friendlier. are now eighty minutes long, Finally, I got all my courses as compared to only half that straightened cut and knew when time in junior high, I thought and to where I iras going. Each they irould be monotonous, but day became less torturous and; they have proved to be very more interesting. As the days! interesting, went by, I was to learn the Most of the classes consist of Grade 11 and 12 s tude n ts more oral discussions than weren't the monsters I thought written work and I believe this love is. Miss Hope for the Canadian Cancer Society will he chosen Sunday at the Yates Centre at 3 p.m. In Hie running lor the Lelhbridge area are Joyce King Hunter of the Gfllt School of Kin-sing, Arlene Wool! oi the Lethbridge Community College and Diane McLean o[ St. Mich ael's School of Nursing. This is the second yor Lefh- bridge has held a Miss Hope __4 competition. Lethbridge's JUiss Hope will enter the provincial Miss Hope contest with nurses from other schools of nursing in the finals to be held in Edmonton. leaving love notes for him. Charities Day On Saturday Between 15 and 18 Lelhbringe church groups and charitable organizations and service clubs will hold a one-day fund raising sale at the Centre Village Mall to raise funds for Christmas cheer for the needy. Also included in the days events will be the close of the snowmobile raffle sponsored by the Lelhbridge Association for the Mentally Retarded. Making the presentation to the winner will be President Mrs. Joyce Dunlop. Miss Hope attends cancer ciety meetings, assists in edu- cational campaigns on the de- tection, diagnosis and treatment of cancer. Miss Hope J970 has been Miss Pat Murphy of Calgary. Chivalry Order Open To Women After 571 Years LONDON (AP) One of Britain's oldest orders of chivalry, the Most Honor- able Order of the Bath, is now open to women. The decision by the Queen means that in the future dis- tinguished women will have the right to the country's third most exclu- sive one. Until now, the order, founded in 1399, has been reserved for generals, admirals or high- ranking civil servants. Women so honored will be variously known as Dame Grand Cross, Dame Com- mander or Companion of the Order, Buckingham Pal- ace said. New Purpose Passed At YW National Meet they were. Soon, too soon in tact, initia-j lion day arrived. Luckily, I had a generous, kind master. Later in the week along came Kan- garoo Court, and I discovered that even teachers have "mean" streaks in them when they hand out sentences. I knew I wouldn't be up for sentence, so I just sat hack and watched is commendable. Films, film- strips, and records also con- tribute to the enjoyment of our daily classes. Although the sem- ester system is not unique to KAHS, it has worked out very well from my point of view. Each semester is much differ- ent from the next, and this adds to the variety of class subjects. I think the Grade Us and 12s other slaves go through their j have done a considerable tedious duties. Sentences such amount of work for us Grade as Ring around the Rosy, and "jumping off the stage with an egg in your mouth" were hilar- ious, but only for the observers. The students council then 10 students and have treated us wonderfully so far. KAHS does have its faults such as a few cold classrooms and unpleas- good iiic aiuunma uuuntu Liieu ant teachers, ibut the gouu held the first dance of the I things, by far outnumber the school year. As the band was j bad. Student involvement and good, a large number of stu-'' class freedom make attending dents turned out for the onca-, Kate Andrews High School a sion. This is an excellent ex-1 pleasure. LEISTER'S HAIL ORDERS! Tick off selections you wqnl and send lo us. You'll receive! your records for only each. Please Add ]5c Postage on Orders and under. 1. I THINK I LOVE YOU-The Partridge Family 2. GRE5N EYED lADY-Svjarlcmf 3. lO-LA-Kingstons 4. I aELIEVE IN SUNSHINE-Modrigol i. Et CONDOR PASA-Simon and Gorfunkel 6. CRACKUN' P.OSIE-Neil Diamond 7. I'll BE THESE-Jaclcson Five 6. MONIEGO BAY-Bobby Bloom 9. TIME TO KUL-The flond I 10. SEE ME, FEEt ME-The Who TI. AFTER MIDNIGHT-Erlc Clapton 12. HEED THE CAU-Kenny Rogers and Is! Edition 1 J t 1 1 1 I 1 1 I f I I 1 COMING EVENTS JL NOVEMBER 6th ANNUAL RECITAL Western Board of Music of Alberla YATES CENTRE DECEMBER 13lh SINGING TREE 70 YATES CENTRE Symphony Season Tickets Available at leister's Check our excellent selection of CASSETTE AND 8 TRACK STEREO TAPES By CHRISTINE PUHL Herald Staff Writer A new purpose for the Cana- dian YWCA and a social action platform were passed during the national convention for YWCAs, held recently in St. John, N.B. with ISO delegates in attendance. Mrs. AUister Findlay, who at- tended the conference as presi- dent of the Lethbridge YW, says the new purpose embraces everyone more than the other one which had been in effect for about 20 years. The newly- implemented purpose had been under deliberation for the past four years. The social action platform and program priorities state- ment was aimed at clarifying the organizations stand on local and international affairs, but each individual Organiza- tion would have to implement it in their OUTI way in the com- ly redecorated, furnished and MRS. STEPHEN CICON LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. PARAMOUNT THEATRE BLDG., 1ETHBRIDGE NAME ADDRESS Parents Group Sought For Hard Of Hearing Parents o! children with hear- ing disabilities may soon have a local organization, according Lo Mrs. Robert Maslcn who has been attempting lo contact interested parents in the city and district. I According to school figures supplied by Bill Lingard, for the public schools, there arc W children in the city system from Grade 1-J2 at present who have a hearing disability. 0[ these 16 would benefit from special classes. A number of pre-schoolers have also been totaled An association would bring parents together wilh the hope of presenting a brief to (lie school board for assistance. munities. Mrs. Stephen Cicon, of the focal YW also attended the con- ference. She said the discussion on purpose and social platforms tended to be more on wordage than content. It has all been in the process for several years, so official passing of the documents will mean no drastic changes, she said. The aims stated, which are to be acted upon by the YW include: the Canadian Gov- ernment to, in turn, pressure the United Nations to attempt to resolve the Middle East sit- uation. against sale of Canadian arms and amunitions to other countries. drop-in centres for Indians of reserves. halfway houses for women and girls. leadership for wo- men's movements. programs for con- tinuing education and counsel- ling of unwed mothers. Mrs. Cicon said many of these had already been imple- mented at a local level as many Indian girls and unwed mothers were accommodated and treat- ed as equals in the local residence. Mrs. William Hay is sitting on the board for a re- habilitation house for alcoholic women on behalf of the YW, and many other groups have had their beginnings in the YW facilities. In order to cut down the na tional budget, the national i board of the YWCA's will only I meet four times instead of the previous nine times per year, but it will structurally stay the same. Mrs. P. J. Chadsey, presi- dent of the Canadian YWCA, said in her keynote address at the convention, the YW is in theory a volunteer staff part- nership. Mcny times this slips into the traditional situation of odds loaded against one side be- cause of the need for service versus Ihe need for money. The conference was held in St. Joha because that is the lo- cation the YW began in Canada 100 years ago. The YW building currently being used is an old Elks Club which was cornplete- presented to the YW as a gift from an estate. MJJS. CLUSTER FJNDLAY THE ELEGANT LONGUETTE FOR WINTER has wide, notched lapels, bode belling, subtle gold or silver buttons and o shiver-erasing fashion-knowledgeable length 10 just below Ihe knee. Both coals were designed by Neslel, Toronto in dark, deep pile fabric of "Orion" acrilic fibre. YMCA Fashions On Nov. 12 Secrets of Uie Fashion World a fashion show [male of a 10- week modelling course, will be presented in the Family Y 01. Thursday at 8-.30 p.m. Tlie 30 members of the class lave been instructed in televi- sion, stage and floor modelling make-up, hair styling, back- stage work, poise and person- ality by Mrs. Elsie Rasrnusscn and featured speakers. Thsre will be coffee served, bllowing the show by the Y's Menneltes Club. Fashions are by the T. Eaton Company. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Mechanic Capitol Furnilun Bldq. PHONE 328-76B4M PRICES TO FALL TORONTO (CP) Prices for pork and chicken will fall in November, says the current issue of Food Outlook put out by the Canada department of agri- culture. Beef prices will Ire steady, potatoes slightly higher, onions, apples and pears lower; and grapes higher in the cast, Tommy Elkin age 12 decorated his room with Armstrong Place 'n Press Excelon floor tile in 90 minutes. Place _'n Press is the do-it-yourself tile ever. Gooey "guct" is gone. Ida adhesive is already on Ida back. It sticks by itself. I. Peel off the paper. 2. Place tile in position. 3. Press down. It's as simple as that! Cover up old tils, linoleum or most basement concrete. Goes anywhere as long as the floor is flat. It's neai and so fast people are "racing" for beautiful floors. Place 'n Press cuts with household scissors. Use leftover tiles to cover tables, line cupboards, drawers or shelves. Remember the name is whatyou do. The floor ti'o IhaVs fun lo install. __ From S) SIMPSONS-SEARS tKAYSER Classic Beauty Mix and Match Set Slip Half Slip >5 A beautiful sofl, feminine under garment. Made from non-clins anil-Hulk nylon. The shaped banlon lace out- lines the bodice and circles the hemline. Available in your choice of White or Sizes short 32 to 38. Average 34 lo 41. Tall 34 to 42. Matching Brief 3 Lingerie Make ir a learn. Buy this non- clinff, ponlie brief to malch the above slip. Lovely, delicate lace edges on long opening, Available in sizes 4, 5, 6, 6x. Telcshop 328-6611 Slore Noun: 9 n.m, (o 6 p.m. Daily. Shop Thurs. and Frl, '111 9 p.m. Cloied Wednesday nt I p.m. Village. SALE SATURDAY 9 A.M. CENTRE VILLAGE ;