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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, November 22, 1974 -The Herald Family WOVEN BAGS Photos by Rick Ervin PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES BLACKOUT (Played Until Won) LETHBRIOGEELKS LODGE ROOM (Upstairs) EVERY THURS.-8p.m WALL-HANGING YAMAHA ORGANS I New and Used COLLEGE MALL I Phone 328-3694 REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY Qualified drapery with sales ability. Salary negotiable depending on experience Phone for appointment 329-0712 CASH BINGO ST. BASIL'S HALL Cor. 13 St. 6 Ave. North FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22nd-8 p.m 4th and 8th in 7 Numbers 12th Game 5 CARDS FOR OR 25C EACH Blackout Jackpot in 56 Numbers Lucky Name Draw Worth Lucky Number Draw Worth Weekly Draw Worth 3 FREE GAMES DOOR PRIZE Penons Under 16 Not Allowed ___________Sponsored by ST BASIL'S MEN'S CLUB____________ MACRAME POT HANGER See. the Light. Wiser's Northern Light One of the smoothest whiskies ever blended in Canada. WALLIS ALLEN, LEFT, LEADING WEAVING CLASS YWCA course teaches weaving without a loom Take two small pieces of wood, a couple of balls of yarn and 10 adept fingers Manipulate according to instructions and, presto, a hand-crafted woven article That's the recipe for fun-to-do weaving taught at the YWCA's recently concluded off-loom weaving course, offered for the first time this fall. Taught by three members of the Lethbndge Handicraft Guild, Wallis Allen, Rose Jurisich and Menlyn Arms, the course was so successful the YM is offering a second ten-week session in the new year Wallis Allen says the next off-loom weaving course will begin Jan 13, with registration forms available at the YW the week of January 6 The YW can accommodate as many as 20 people in the course, and sessions are tentatively scheduled for Tuesday evenings, according to Ms. Allen. Fees for the course are par- ticipants must bring their own weaving materials, but the YW will provide the wood for small hand looms As its name suggests, oil-loom weaving does not involve the large standing loom usually associated with the craft. However, the yarn is strung on a small wooden frame, which can be made in many shapes, and formed into the basic warp and weft (or woof) known to weavers Same skills involved Ms. Allen says the craft involves the same skills and prin- ciples as on-loom weaving. "Technically speaking, you should be able to make almost everything you can on a large she adds, "although you cannot make really large items, or intricately-woven patterns Under the instruction of the Handicraft Guild members, the 12 participants in the off-loom weaving course made bags, belts, wall hangings and rugs They also learned how to tie knots in a string, forming a pattern macrame, also one of the off-loom forms of weaving Ms Allen says off-loom weaving can be "quite creative." although some large-loom experts claim it is "just busy-work "We teach how to experiment with different textures and thicknesses of she describes. "It's a good way to get your foot in the door, to see if weaving interests you at all If it does, chances are you'd progress to the large loom eventually Nancy Latta, a skilled weaver who has been a member of the Handicraft Guild for the past seven years, recommends the off-loom method for beginners. "It's a good way to learn basic she says, "and you aren't involved with the expense or complications of a large floor loom. Learning the off-loom method, you can find out whether or not weaving is the craft for you." HEATHER NEUFELD COMPLETING GOD'S EYE THE BETTER HALF By Barnes Behind every man-on-the-go is a wife on-the prod." THE YWCA Haunted House was a tremendous success! Thanks to the many citizens who voluntarily worked to make it so entertaining Thanks also to those businesses who contributed support. Lethbndge Herald Revelstoke Lumber Safety Supply Co. CHEC Radio Christensen ft Salmon Funeral Home E. R. Lilley Photography Lethbndge Community College Schwartz Insurance Co. Stnngham Property See our New "EMPRESS" DRESSY PUMPS Exactly as shown in All over black calf with brown Inm Black Crinkle and plain black Calf AAA AA and 8 fillings Dressy JOYCE SNOWBOOTS in genuine black or brown crushed calf Choose from 8" 10" or 12" heights m choice of widths, an sues tti slock byKAUFMAN KUDU "WANDERER" by BALLY The ultlmale in ladies casuals m Natural Riverbed Our New Drew? GoldindSilvrSindili Are new In for the corning Festive Season round of parties Open Friday till 9 p.m. CAMM'S SHOES 403-5th St South MARRIAGE for better or for worse Just because you agreed to this in your vows doesn't mean you have to accept it Success in marriage does not have to be a game of chance YOU PLAN YOUR GROWTHl THE CENTRE FOR PERSONAL AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT presents a weekend workshop "communication and problem solving in marriage" SATURDAY. NOVEMBER SUNDAY, DECEMBER 1. 1974 AM. lo S30 P.M. Time wHI be allowed lor to arrange lunch on tfitwf own. EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL COST: per couple. This includes S12 00 worth o' boofcs and materials INTERESTED? if you to attend, return the restoration coupon below, or phone 327-5724, but hurry it limited. NAME ADDRESS PHONE en NOTE All Registration muvt be accompanied by a S10OO RegiMratkm Fee Return to- CPCO, 1120 7 Ave Letbbrtdge, Alia. ;