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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 tHE IETHBRIDCE HERnlD Saturday Novcmlier 6, 1971 E rV w 1 MU f m IV, -iifLiiiAW'-" t-iy'nj- Calendar of Local Happenings SimlliniinsU'r square dance An evening of square learners' Krmip will dance Mem- round fiance fun will he pro day at I! p.m. in Kmithmir.stof, vidcd by the Wliirl-A-Wnys in and I School on Wednesday p.m. The menu ;u'e 1 Itrinj; a box lunch. Augiistinc's Parish Hall on Monday lit p.m. sharp. Hound dance practice at 'pin. All square dancers are Alilk Itiver Bolls "n Beau- Women are asked to Thc regular nlonlhlv d a n c e learners' group lKlyc hrillg a box lunch. ing Auxiliary to i at p.m. dance Tuesday at II p.m. the Floval Canadian Legion'will j pot- luck, with rolls, ice cream and beverages being provided. Families in the community arc invited to attend. Mrs. II. II. Bartrain with Mrs. .1. Harry, 1253 5 Ave. A S., Tuesday at p.m. Mrs. II. Bradley with Mrs. ,T. McDonnell, ,1321 Parksido Drive, Wednesday at p.m. Mrs. L. licive with Mrs. H. Balmoral House, in Krle Kiver.s school. Women e asked In please bring a box .nth. The Ladies' Auxiliary to the he held .Monday at I! p.m. in llehnhilitation Cintre for the ifc Memorial A good al- llandieapped will hold its an- nual lea and sale of work Wed- pot-luck supper nill pre-, fr0m 2-f> p.m. at the the regular mccliiiR 2 Ave. A N. 4EEe' a fiishioii show" entitled i bazalif (in Nov. 25. All class Maple Leaf Chapter No. of the Kasliion World, representatives are asked to at- Kappa Chapter of Beta Sig- Friday. Nov. 12 at II p.m. in lend with class reports, as the in 52 numbers. Everyone welcome. Oddfellows, liehekiihs a n (1 friends are reminded of the card party to be held in the Oddfellows Hall Tuesday at I! p.m. Everyone welcome. the YAICA all purpose room. It is the finale fashion show of a 10 week modelling course. Cof- fee wiil be served. Fashions are by courtesy of Hollingsworth, t-- Thc Wilson While Community Club will sponsor a commun- ity family supper at HAPPINESS IS GETTING TOGETHER Lost night, Mrs. Wanda Williams and class got together with parents for a friendly evening of games and entertainment. Bill Oleksy and all the Grade 3 'eachers at Fleetwood Bawden have organized a family fun night for each of their classes in the past few weeks. Social interaction, one teacher called it. Everyone else called it fun. Ann Landers js for men make fashion news -j-ami ing shirts ;irxi tics. It is paral- Piccadilly and tuns be- hind famous Fcruium and ".'ion1 the imported food? and choice fruits are right tis you enter the ?toro. On Jenny n, Ihirvie and Hudson i.s sho-.nng a few of tiie mure daring to be found on thf? sireei. One is a mmiatiire bnrber pole, red- striped and worn with a black knit vest and black fect tic. Another shirt is green and blue striped, the latter in narrowing rows. Also on Jermyn Street is CANADIAN WINS! SEE PAGE 9 one of Stephen's nine Thi the nile. Stephen likes them Unfortunately, except for John Stephens a few other shops. Carnally has become mainly a tcurist area. There are too many ba- zaar and novelty shops. But Stephen C'rirnabv v.vri't die for he knows what the young people want. Canadians ar.d Americans have welcomed the return of the white shirt, especially for evening. Stephen finds this true in London, tco. He tried a white pattern on white but it didn't catch on. Most interesting for shop- pers is this street quickie for shopping identification prov- ided by one of Stephen's top executive buyers: Oxford" Street, the prices have to be kept well down; Carnaby. the 'most cosmopoli- tan, no set, type of merchan- dise: King's Road, more cas- ual, brighter and gayer in clothes and decor: Jermyn, traditional, changes slowly, most.lv men's shirts and ties. Marriages announced Mr. James Beveridge and his Linda, to Kenneth Douglas sisters, Grace and Bcniire. Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs. proudly announce the marriage F. H. i An Jones, all of Lelh- of their sister. Valerie Holland, bridge. The wedding will take to William A. Robertson. place December 4 at ,1 p.m. in The wedding took place Otto- A n d r e w her 9 in Central Church i Church, in Calgary. Friends are invited ma Phi will hold its regular meeting in the home of Mrs. Linda Flaman, 21124 12 Ave. S. Tuesday at p.m. A pro- gram will be given by Dorothy Pearson on conduct, inlerprcta- with accessories by Margue-1 lion of love. Hostesses are lone rites. Tickets are available at j Dergousoff and Mrs. Claudia j the YMCA reception desk. Prince. Soulhmh'sler Church UC'.V Units will meet as follows: Alrna Buchanan with Miss C. C. MacEr.chern, Ml IT, St. S. Wed- nosday at p.m., Kllcn De- noon with Jlrs. K. T. Haig 1213 0 Ave. A S1. Wednesday at r. I p.m.. Grace Marshall with Mrs. L. T. Allen 1507 7 Ave. S. Wed- nesday at p.m.. Susan Gal- braith with Mrs. Wm. Ander- son 1.1 St. S. Wednesday at p.m.. Tuesday evening with Mrs. Ann Dates 1026 Lakevicw Drive Tuesday at p.m.. Chinook will meet in the church hall Tuesday Xov. 23 at 8 p.m., Helen Draff'in will meet in the church lounge Wednes- day at p.m., 4ft Group will meet in the i church lounge Monday, Nov. lf> at p.m., (il Group will in the home of Mrs. E. Wilks 1006 8 St. S. Monday at 8 p.m. Lethbridge Lodge No. 32 Or- der of the Royal Purple will hold its regular meeting Mon- day at 8 p.m. There will be a pot-luck following tiie meeting as Granum Lodge will be visiting with the travelling gavel. St. Patrick's CWL groups will bulletin will go out at the end ot the month DEAR AN'X LANDERS: We have a 16-year-old son whn is unusally gocd looking, but he seems much more interested in sports than girls. A few girls have been telephoning Chuck lately and 1 have overheard some of his conservations. He is courteous but not especially interested in any of them. Yesterday 1 was cleaning Chuck's rooir; and I ran into a letter from "Mitzic." So far as I could tell it must have been a note he received in school I see all the mail that ccmcs into the house aid Cliuck lias not received any letters I didn't know aliout. Well, Ann. that letter was so brazen and full cf suggestions I just couldn't believe it. She came right out offered herself. 1 know who the girl is and I also know her parents. Do you feel I should show this letter to them? f-'hould I Presbyterian say to Chuckle'' My husband says he would trust j meet as follows: HELP US TO HELP OTHERS! The Salvation Army Welfare Services Needs Clothing, Furniture, Toys, Household Effects CAtl 328-2860 FOR PICKUP SERVICE OR IEAVE AT 412 1st AVE. 5. to call at their residence, St. S. Lethbridge Mr. and Mrs. Karl Moorhcrg of Colorado Springs. Coiciradfi are pleased to announce the re- cent of their youngest daughter. Darla Aiicle. to Dale Richard of Mr. ar.d Mrs. Paul Yutsjk of Leth- bridse. Thc wedding look place Oc- tober 2! at p.m. in Over- land Park. Ktnsas. The happy couple has taken up residence at 8423 Mastin Apt. C Overland Park. Kansas City 66212. Mr, and Mrs. S. W. Phalen of Lethbridge are pleased to an- nounce the marriage of their daughter, Donna Marie Wil- liams, to Mr. Clinton Earl Dunfcrd. son of Mr. and Mrs. A J. Dunford of Portreeve, Sask. The wedding took place on October 13 in Calgary, The happy couple are nou- residing in Calgary at Trafford Drive. Mrs. Martha Toth wishes to announce the engagement ot her eldest daughter. Marilyn Family Service Stages in development is the of the new weekly family life education series sponsored hv the Lethbridge Family Service. The first program and dis- cussion, under the guidance of Howie Puckett. will examine school learning difficulties. Mr. j Puckett is special class teacher i for the Lethbridge School dis- trict. The scries commences at j your judgment. In L.A. DEAK C.: Don't call the girl's parents. Do net mention Bus to your son. And stop snooping arour.d in his desk and "overhearing" his telephone con'-ersations. chuckle sounds like a fairly solid, well-behaved kid. If he gets the idea that you are trying to "prelect1' him against girls he might decide to give you something to worry about. Mrs. L. Elder with Mrs. R. Boyle. 1239 9 Ave. S.. Tuesday at 3 p.m. Mrs. F. Droste with Mrs. .1. Mcran. 621 28 St. S.. Wednesday at 2 p.m. F.O.E. BINGO TONIGHT 6th Ave. A and 13th St. N. Every Saturday Night at 8 p.m. 5 cards for 1.00 or 25t Each Twelve 7 Number JACKPOT Free Games QnO fret Cwd DOOR PRIZE Children under 16 not allowed p.m. Tuesday in the Red Cross DEAR ANN LANDERS: Two years ago our IC-ycar-oM daughter quit high school because she wanted to continue on a job that she lir.d taken summer. The money was good and she decided school would be boring after being in the business world. Her job lasted only five months and she has been going from one thing to another ever since. Last year she decided she needed a high school diploma so she enrolled in a cor- ____________ respondence course. She has done fairly well and will be i------------------------ getting her diploma in December. The question is this: Would CASH BSNGO TONIGHT, SATURDAY 8 O'CLOCK HUNGARIAN OLD TIMERS HALL A S100 Blackout Bingo played for till won every Saturday plus 2 "-Number Jackpot! JACKPOTS NOW AND 5 Cards for or 25c eoch (Loccted Next to No. 1 Firehall) week until will continue next spring. There is no charge for program, and babysitting vices will be provided. it be all right for her to send cut graduation announce- ments to our friends and relatives? She wants the graduation Ule j presents ar.d makes no bones about it. All we need is a one 5Cr. j word answer. Yes or no. Folks. DEAR FOLKS: No. THE BETTER HALF PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS IODGE ROOM (Upstairs) EVERY THUR5-8 p.m. er Ui EL RANCHO BEAUTY SALON "NOVEMBER SPECIALS" COLORING Reg ,8 NOW We wish to announce Miss Barbara Sherring will be on the staff of the El Rancho Beauty Salon commencing Tuesday, Nov. 9th PHONE 328-3237 "You're the sixth person ro play 'Chopsticks' today. Two were kids, one was a senile old man, and the others were Maureen Burke SHOWROOM HOSTESS Fvpr tn an automobile dealership nrd qof ling that every one's only concern was to gel your siq- uro on tho order? Sure, somo places work like (hot. It'i led "Efficiency" and "Maximum At EnersorTs, we work the other way 'round. Ask us nny- thing. try out any one of our tors, or iust browie. unt os in ic rested in your pure ha SB as you orr, hecoui nnw that if we keep you happy, you'll come back nd HI your frifinriv Comn on in -HP iiwo to be bothered, For her safety and comfort, lenses Only hall the weight on her pretty 1'illle nose. (or maximum protection. warranty against eye injury. Protective lenses are Law in some countries advisable everywhere! Available in all prescriptions. Specializing in the fining of Eye Doctor's prescriptions PrMeriplion Sunslai'ftt Childrfln'l Magnifieri Ropnlrt Unatonable! PricBl (OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CQ. S" lETHflBlbfte Phon. 327-3609 Have you mado your Christmas appointment yet? SHEILA MARIE 1 yoor dougliter of MR AND MRS, GORDON VASEtENAK IETHBRIDGE LOCATED JUST ACROSS FROM THE CPR DEPOT PHONE 327-2658 ;