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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THt IHHBRIDGE HEKMD Tfcundny. November 11, 177! A Calendar Of Local happenings The regular monthly meet- i minded that for ihis occasion Ing of Vasa Lo.lpp No. 579 will j admittance is (or members and be held at p.m. Sunday in the Sciimlinavkm Hall, tesscs will Sisters Hos- Asta escorts only. The music and art dcpart- Ilage, Audrey Ibakanson, Kay j mcnl o[ ,nt, Mathesis Club will Holle. Fern Mnlmberg, Lena mcc[ at p.m. Tuesday in Nordlunrf. Ivy Norlin and nome Or jirs. j. van Schaik, I The. Ladies' Auxiliary to FOE No. will hold a regular meeting on Thursday at p.m. in the Logics' Hall. A me- morial service will follow the rneoting, wiUi a pot-luck supper at Monibers are re- r tr'r.c tor each c: family. Geld or Sterling Silver. r 3-50 from I-.-1 CiftBosai. Order now for Christmas Giftsl THE JEWELLERY LTD. COUEGE MALL Phone 328-9736 Iht 2205 9 Ave. S. The Golden Mile Drop-in Centre will hold a whist drive at p.m. sharp, Tuesday. Prizes. At 1 p.m. Wednesday, there will be a pot-luck lunch in Somhminster Hall. The fol- lowing Wednesday, Nov. 24, there will be a bus trip to the i Taber Sugar Factory. The bus j leaves the Centre at p.m. PANTY HOSE PUT-ONS- Don't yank ponty boss up _ji quickly. BLAZE A TRAIL SKI JACKETS by S.E. WOODS Nylon outer shell, for wind resistance. Warmth without weight, ond twicR m u c h c n m f o f'J a Green Mair.-: Blue. 5.M.I.. Reg. CREDIT IS YOURS AT betty shop COLLEGE MALI Phono 338-2809 CENTRE VILLAGE MALL Phoni 328-5025 There is a nominal charge. All tickets for the trip must he picked up by Friday. Nov. 1'J. No tickets will be issued after that date. There will be a dance at Sun- dial Hall on Saturday, with mu- sic by Smiths. Lunch and re- freshments will be served. Tickets available at the door. Members and guests. The Womens' Federation of SI. Andre w s Presbyterian Church will hold a rammage sale Friday from 6-9 p.m., w h i c h will continue on Satur- day from 9 a.m. to noon. There will be a regular old time dance in Fort Macleod Elementary School on Satur- day. Beginners' lessons arc 8- p.m.. with dancing from Lunch served. Chil- dren under in free, if accom- panied by parents. i The Minus One Club will hold a social at S p.m. Monday in i the Golden Mile Room at Southminster Church. All sep- arated. divorced, widowed or i otherwise unattached are wel- come. Interested persons are I asked to phone 327-1448 for fur- ther information. The Fort Macleod LDS Church will hold its annual har- i vest turkey supper at 7 p.m. Friday in the church hall. Live j entertainment will rtmnci out (lie evening An executive meeting of Meals on Wheels will be held at 8 p.m. Monday in the home of Mr. L. C. Halmrast, 1831 20 Ave. S. (Note: People are fascinat ing. We often get letters which don't present problems, but; describe hov- w'omen have cop- j ed with their own difficulties. Here's a letter about an inter- esting situation. Probably no two women would handle it the same way. What would you have done? Send your answer to Margaret Brookfield, Infor-! mation Center on the Mature Women. 3 West 57th Street, j New York, N'.Y. 10019) i Dear Margaret Brookfield: When I was a widow in my forties. I considered myself j fortunate to marry a man j who'd been a confirmed bach- I elor And I felt I'd be quite able to cope with most situations i and or problems in iny new i life. I was a little disillusioned. however, on my first day of housekeeping after our honey- moon. There I was, not a dewy- eyed, inexperienced bride, but an efficient housewife sen-ing her new husband his very first breakfast at home. (The table looked like a picture. The toast, eggs and coffee were perfect. So why did he sit there with such a vacant expression on his When I remarked that his food was getting cold, he answered, "but you didn't butter my toast or sugar my coffee. And my mother always did." 1 was absolutely non- plussed since no adult had ever requested this service of me. Xow. almost 19 years later. I consider it a privilege to do these, and sundry otlcr tilings for my husband. It's a smjill price to pay for his considera- tion in countless oilier ways. Christmas plans lor Golden Mile The more the merrier is the theme of the Golden Mile Drop- in Centre for the. festive season. Christmas Day, Ihere will be a big welcome for everyone, as usual. Families and unattached people are heartily invited to make it a merrier Christmas for all by visiting 'he Centre, which opens at 10 a.m. Dinner is scheduled for I p.m. The Centre will be assisted by the Salvation Army and oth- er organizations, but will be glad to have help in carving turkeys and serving dinner. Any donation, large or small, j will ho most gratefully re- reived. The Centre will also be opr-n on Sunday, Dec. !fi. at 1 p.m. and on Monday, Dec. 27, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Preschool eri eye clinic: annual screening begins The Oddfellows and Rebek- ,ih.s of Lcthbridgc will be hold- ing tlic'ir ,'inniml eye screening clinic to Ic't visual acuity of prc.-diool children aged four, five and six during November. Clinics will be held between 10 a.m. and noon and p.m. at I he following schools: Ave. and Sllh St. S., Nov. jr. Ave. and 31st M. S.. Nov. Hi Agnes Ave. and 21 Ih St. S., Nov. 17 Ave. nnd 121h SI. S., Nov. 13 Senator Ave. and nth St. N., Nov. 22 St. Ave. and 12th St. B N., Nov 23 Wilson Jr.-8Ui Ave. and 20th St. N1.. Nov. 2-1 Ave. and 20th St. N. Nov. 2 The free visual acuity tests have turned up some interest- ing statistics concerning chil- dren's eyes. During the past year H has Ixjen discovered that 4.8 per cent of the children tested required professional care for various eye defects. These problems related to such things ts amblyopia, astig- matism, myopia and eye mus- cles. Most of the parents were un- aware that anything was wrong before the child was tested. JEALOUS I.OVEll CHIBA, Japan (AP) Police reported a woman was beaten to death with an ax and the man she lived with hanged him- self and left a note which said: "I can't stand her flirting any more." The man was 88, the woman 71, police said. EYES RIGHT! Oddfellows and Rebekahs in tethbridge see to it that preschoolers get the opportunity to correct any vision problems with their annual eye screening clin- ic, commencing November 15. JACKPOT BINGO This Thursday Evening, November 11th Sponsored by ladies' Aid of St. Peter and St. Paul's Church STARTS P.M. SHARP-PARISH HAU CORNER 12th STREIT B AND 7lh AVENUE NORTH Jackpot Starts at and is Won Every Thursday 5lh-7 No. Jackpot Pot 'o Gold 25c PER CARD OR 5 FOR SI.00 ALSO FREE CARDS, FREE GAMES AND A DOOR PRIZE Persons under 16 yean not allowed SIMPSONS-SEARS Introduces New Heights in FASHION WIGS by EVA GABOR Ready to wear, 100% Dynel requires little cutting or styling. Designed by the world renown hair stylist Josef of Rome, these wig styles will complement the wearers' appearance and life style. Choose from Duchess, Julie, Marlene or Downey. Onh Come in and let our expert hair stylists help you select ami style the wig to put you in the spotlight of fashion! STORE HOURS: Open Doily 9 n.m. to p.m. Wcdncidtiy 9 a.m. lo p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 o.m. 10 9 p.m. Cnnlre Village. Telephone 328-9231 ;