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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 11 THE tlTMBRimJB HBHAkD Local artists work at U of L Twenty photographic prints by local artist Ken Taylor will be on display at the University of Lethbridge art gallery until Dec. 10. The which repre- sent an investigation of color in landscape include numerous works which make use of a new color separation pboto-posterization. Mr. Taylor said the prints are primarily concerned with taking the familiar out of context something uni- que something hot usual- ly isolated by the Lethbridge raited and Mr. Taylor explained that most of the prints utilize subject matter in the Indian Battle Park as well as the coulees surrounding the un- iversity. The he has just come into use in the photographic although it has been widely used in the commercial field. The which is open from a.m. p.m. Monday through Fri- day and from to 5 p.m. is the first major showing for Mr. Taylor Shown left to right are Larry Char- lie art department and Ken photographer. who is an art major at the U of L as well as a student assistant in photography. He attended Everett Community majoring in photography and is a graduate of the Lethbridge Community College with a journalism diploma. Floor space at the gallery exhibit is devoted to the works of Larry U of L art whose major emphasis is on the varied use of ceramic sculpture. Included are a mixture of functional pieces such as candle pots and wine as well as wall hangings and neon ceramic sculptures and woodworks. Mr. Weaver prefers to take of in- and has several works which use industrial insulators and neon light. He also enjoys making humorous comment on mass production of ar- including ceramic through his media. Mr. Weaver holds an education is a graduate of the University of Iowa with a Master of Arts and a Master of Fine Arts. He has had several facul- ty shows at the U of smaller displays across the United States and works in university and private collections. 1 Calendar of local happenings WeeWhimsv There will be a Christian Science testimony meeting at I 30 p.m. Wednesday in the 1203 4th S. Everyone welcome. A social evening for the Ladies of St. Augustine's will x held at 8 p.m. Wednesday n the parish hall. New nembers welcome. The Chinook Pensioners and Senior Citizens PUBLIC BINQO 16 GAMES BLACKOUT Until LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM EVERY THUBS.-fl p affiliated with the national and provincial will meet at p.m. Wednesday in the civic centre. Plans will be made for the Christmas social as well as other important business. Transportation arranged as usual. Entertainment and lunch will follow The Lethbridge Multiple Sclerosis Society will hold its Christmas party at the Aux- iliary hospital at p.m. Thursday. Members are asked to note the change of date. A special program will be with a lunch to follow. The Ladies Auxiliary to the FOE will hold a meeting at 8 Thursday in the Eagles all Initiation will take place. ORDER OF THE ROYAL PURPLE FALL TEA and BAZAAR Featuring Fashion Show by Sweet Bake Work Door Prize. Money Doll Raffle will be held. NOVEMBER 21st ______ 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. In ELKS HALL Don't take Have your RUGS and FURNITURE CLEANED by the Absorption Process The Knights of Columbus will meet tonight with featured speaker Dr. Lotta Hitschmanova. The beginners square dance group will dance at 8 p.m. Wednesday in the Chamberlain school in Grassy Lake This is being sponsored by the recreation department. All square dancers welcome. The Lethbridge and district Parents of Twins and Triplets Association will meet at p.m. Thursday in the gas com- pany auditorium. Featured will be Jill Kotkas on the sub- ject of appropriate toys for children. For further informa- tion contact 327-3734 or 328- 6321. The Ladies Aid of St. Peter and St. Paul's Greek Catholic Church will meet at 8 tonight. Hostesses will be Mary and Stella Ferenz Roll call will be a can of soup. The Chinook Pensioners and Senior Citizens ladies aux- iliary will hold their annual tea and bazaar on Dec. 1 from 2 to p.m. in Gym 2 of the Civic Sports Centre. Mayor Andy Anderson will officially open the bazaar. Guests will be welcomed by Mrs. Harriet Cun- Mrs. Chrissie Paterson and Mrs. Laura Marty P jamieson vul be sent the original m for hv quota Send your child's quotation to thu Toys similar then and now Fad diets dangerous TORONTO Fad diets which eliminate fat can he warns the Con- sumers' Association of Canada. Fat is necessary to build body tissues and a small amount of stored body fat is desirable to provide a reserve supply of energy and to in- sulate and protect body organs. X HELP US TO HELfT0THERSl Tin Salvation Aray Wilfare Swims CM For PMwp OH LtAVt AT 411 1M AVE. By AL SCARTH Herald Staff Writer The dolls are slimmer and the motive force is not but toys today are much the same as they were 100 years ago. You push them and pull them and ride in them best of exert the force of your imagination on them. The illustrations in the catalogues today may be in full color and the ones of yesterday in black and white. But some of the explanations attached to toys of the past century more than make up the difference. Horizontal Engine has a solid brass boiler and Russia iron steam safety steam steam slide eccentric cross double-grooved pulley and fly wheel two-and- one-quarter inches in says a 1911 adver- tisement Now that steam engines have lost much of their the boy who could once enjoy the marvels of real steam-run factories and even breweries has only a engine of sturdy metal construction. Boiler has safe- ty valve and tube piston which drives large power wheel. Complete with Other technological miracles have displaced' the steam engine but building sets and similar items remain much the same. Some of today's games like Chaosor Master- piece sound downright tame compared to their 1892 Chopped Up Niggers comical puzzles they will be found une- The Amusing Game of Innocence Presidential Election in such a manner as to com- bine instruction with lots of and Office Boy haps and mishaps in the career of a businessman from his start to becoming head of the not to be confused with Presidential Election includes four metal office Other games included in an 1892 catalogue are The Peculiar Game of My Wife And The Strange Game of Forbidden Fruit of and The Good Old Game of Proverbs directions for playing the game in seven different One aspect that is dis- tressingly apparent in catalogues dated from about 1886 to 1920 is a current of racism In a Jolly Nigger Bank joined the Uncle Tom Bank in the lists of the Montgomery Ward Co. It was similar to the Uncle Tom Bank but larger and more perfectly finished. is a comical and amusing by pressing a button at back of neck the eyes roll up and the tongue is thrust out for the catalogue proclaimed. Chopped Up Nigger puzzles appeared in an 1892 catalogue and Glazed Nigger Dolls in an 1895 one. In a catalogue offered a Darky Nurse Rag as a booby By musical playing accordion and were available as was a Negro Makeup Outfit. It consisted of black cotton hood and realistic large thick red lips and large teeth the funniest and most laughable outfit ever An Alabama Coon Jigger appeared in in natural for only 67 cents. It danced and stopped at will. On a more constructive there were lots of science toys appearing in catalogues. Velocipedes were to be found in abundance. In children could play with an electric stove costing and more and more sophisticated airplane models were being sold. A player piano harmonica was adver- playing such tunes as faw down and Go Excerpts from toy catalogues dated 1860 to 1930 are in a The Wonderful World of Games and edited by Joseph J. Jr. The Herald- Family in and out of town Miss ttae Johnston will be guest artist at the Canada Music Week students' recital to be held at tonight. Linda Prince of Lethbridge was a participant in a quilting bee held at Ricks .Idaho. She is the daugnier of LaMar James Prince of Dieppe Blvd. Students of Fleetwood- Bawden recently collected 1150 through a cake with proceeds to go toward the purchase of a litter bear for the playground area. LETHMHMEFISH RlllGfl WEDNESDAY ft BAME ASM. 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