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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Thursday, November 23, 1972 Ten ministers congregate to pour out Christianity Ten southern Alberta minis- ters or various faiths will be "pouring Christianity" at an ecumenical family tea and bake sale Saturday in First United Church, 5th Ave. and 13th St. N. funds realized will be used to further the work of the Unit- ed Church Women and the church. The tea and bake sale for husbands and wives will be held in the lower hall from 2 to p.m. Special entertainment for children, including films, cook- ies, popcorn balls and refresh- ments, will be held in the up- stairs hall, parents a few moments of relaxation. Handling the tea pots from 2 to will be Rev. Roy Cris- field of St. Augustine's Angli- can Church and Rev. Blake Anderson from McKillop Unit- ed. From to 3 Rev. Ken Jor- dan of First United and Father Bruce Fields, St. Michael's General Hospital chaplain, will be doing the honors. Rev. Peter Walker of the Maclepd United Church and Captain Ron Butcher of the Sal- vation Army are to pour tea and Christianity from 3 to From to 4 Rev. Bill Harms of the Japanese United Church and Rev. Keith Church- ill of First Baptist will be on the tea pots. Winding up the day, from 4 to will be Rev. A. T. King retired and Rev. Larry Hank- inspn of St. Andrew's Presby- terian Church. an oul a ot town, Beta Sigma Phi conferred pledge rituals on Peggy Lomas jf Kappa Chapter, and Gail Witherspoon of Sigma Chapter, at a recent meeting. Those receiving the ritual of jewels were Anne G-ascherman of Xi Nu; Cathy Langston and Alvena Unick of Kappa; Helen Weets of Sigma and Barbara Marhsalsay, Debbie Taylor, Linda Park, Anne Lynde and Glenna Gellatly, all of Tau. FALL BAZAAR FIRST UNITED CHURCH Sth AVENUE, 13th STREET NORTH Saturday, Nov. 25 2.00 to 5.00 p.m. FISH POND BAKED GOODS WHITE ELEPHANT CHILDREN'S FILMS LUNCH SOe JACKPOT BINGO This Thursday Evening, November 23rd Sponiored by ladief' Aid of 51. and Si, Paul'i Church STARTS P.M. SHARP-PARISH HALL CORNER 12th STREET B AND 7lh AVENUE NORTH Jackpot Starts at and it Wen Every Thursday 2nd Jackpot S105 in 51 Number! Slh-7 No. Jackpot Gold 25C PER CARD OR 5 FOR Sl.OO ALSO FREE CARDS, FREE GAMES AND A DOOR PRI7E Persons under 16 years not allowed VICTORY DANCE Gillian Regehr, a member of Ihe Royal Academy of Dance, danced her way to the Miss Canada throne performing an interpretative ballet on the theme from Romeo and Juliet in the talent con- test. The 18-year-old student from Victoria is a for- mer Lethbridge girl and her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter H. Regehr, reside in Coaldale. (CP Wirepholo) Many social workers learn by experience EDMONTON (CP) The majority of social workers em- iloyed in Alberta have no for- mal education in social work kills, says a study of social ser- vice education in the province. Most of these are undergrad- uates with degrees outside so- ial work areas and with less ban five years experience, ays the report prepared for the Alberta Colleges Commission This does not imply that these people are incompetent, the re port adds. It suggested however, that the skills they have obtain- ed through experience and in- service training could to some degree have been obtained ear- lier in their formal education. Summarizing six studies car- ried out during the research project, the report accordingly recommends greater co-ordina- tion of social service education in the province and the setting up of a comprehensive planning Mce weather for I hicks. When it comes to your favourite Andres Duck, pleasure knows no season. Andres Cold Duck, beautiful blend of champagne and burgundy. Or Andres Baby Duck, the happy marriage of a robust, red wine to a delicate, sparkling white. Whatever the weather, now's the time to get quacking. SPARKLING BABY.DUCK ANDReS COLD DUCK O ANDRES WINES. (ALBERTA) LTD 72-H9 and advisory agency to achieve I should either be discontinued or this goal. have their rationale clearly ex- It urges greater integration of i plained lo students, it says. two-year social service pro- grams ottered by three colleges in the province and programs offering university bachelor and master of social work! degrees. Noting that on the basis of population trends, occupational shifts and emerging social pat- lendar of local nappe f, in qi The Chinook Pensioners and Senior Citizens Handicraft Club terns in Alberta, an expansion of professional social servicesi.V r the home of Mrs. Alice Perry, will be required for the next decade ahead, the report rec- ommends continuation of the social services programs with emphasis on practical training. No more university graduates with degrees unrelated lo social work should be hired, and aca- d c m i c curriculum offerings such as economics and English in social service programs Golden Mile Open Monday through Fri- day 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Satur- day 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. 'exl week: Monday: Keep fit a.m. Demonstration of gift wrapping vith small pieces of paper, ways of tying bows, etc. at 2 >.m., by Miss Niemen. Old ime dancing at p.m. Tuesday: Singing 10 a.m. Cribbage tournament p.m. Wednesday: Golden Mile Singers will entertain at the; Salvation Army Home League iazaar. Membership cards for 973 are now available. Joining events: Dec. 0: The singers will en- ertain at the Southland Nura- tng Home. Dec. 12: Senior citizens from iarmangay will be at the cen- re for coffee at 8 p.m. follow- ng a tour of the city lights. Dec. 15: There will be a ban- juet and Christmas party at ic centre for members. All ickets must be picked up by Dec. 11. Guest speaker and nlcrtainers. 402 5 Ave. S. All projects mil be completed. For further in- formation please phone 327- 3264. Coaldale CWL sponsor the annual chicken dinner Sat- urday at p.m. at St. Jo- seph's School. Fort Macleod square dancers will hold a regular dance at 0 p.m. Friday in the elementary school. Round dance practice at B p.m. Any- one interested in square danc- ing welcome. Women are asked to please bring a box lunch and cups. BINGO Scandinavian Hall JJ9 12lh SI. "C" N. FrL Nov. 24 Starts tit p.m. Doors Open at p.m. 5 Cards for GOLD CARDS PAY DOUBLE EACH 4th, Bih and 12th Gamei in 7 Number! or leu WORTH in 54 Numberi Sorry No One Under 16 Yean of Afli Allow.d Just Jude By JUDE TURIC BINDER was the horses' name, but a hobby of mine he'd never become. We met by chance, on a last-minute date, ar- ranged by a friend who didn't feel up to riding into the sunset by herself, and insisted on my company. As we stood side by side, the horse and I seem- ed equally wary of each other. Considering his size, which was three times mine, and several heads higher, I thought it best to make friends right off, and touched his matly mane. With deliberate movements, he slipped a nasty look in my direction, curled a whiskered lip and gave an uncaring snort. The moment came, when my boot was to be set into the shoulder-high stirrup, and I, with well in- tended cowgirl's grace, plopped into the saddle. Winder shifted weight and to this day, I swear his ears perked up at the mention of my inexperienced horseman's ways. Neck reigning was not a joy with Winder pay- ing me little heed; his most earnest desire being to keep up with the lead pony. As it was, he fought me all the way, from be- ginning to end of the trail ride. Ascending hills, he pulled hard, breathed heavy and tried in vain to make me feel sorry for his plight. At the top, he careened precariously, side-stepped and swished about, as I sat stunned on his back. With purposeful gait, he started down the near- vertical slope, bowing his head to give me a good view of the ground. Refusing to allow control of his situation to fall into my hands, Winder continued on his way, stop- ping only on the level, and then to take a crop of prairie grass as prize for his mastership. Determination had by now found a place in my bones, alongside the aches and pains put there by the saddle's bounce. Winder and I, both weary of the fight and happy to think of getting rid of each other, struck a bar- gain and came to terms. On the return journey, he did go decidedly slow- er, and I relaxed enough to let the reigns fall loosely around his neck. We parted company, with few farewells and little sorrow, hoping we'd not meet again. EXECUTIVE SECRETARY Required January 1, 1973, by well estab- lished professional office. Full benefits air conditioned office. Salary commensurate with abilities (our staff is aware of this All replies will 'be an- swered in strictest confidence. APPLY BOX 93, HERALD Pre-Chrishnas Special! 20% OFF ALL WOMEN'S and TEENS' DRESSES GOOD SELECTION TO CHOOSE FROM GOBY'S LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S WEAR 322 13lh ST. N. PHONE 327-5AI7 WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF CERAMICS by Sunbursl of Ulhbridgo They make ideal Christmas gifts NEW! FISH CLAY BAKER Rog. 14.00 4 d Now only RENAISSANCE IMPORTS Centre Vlllaga Mall Phone 328-8412 ASTRO REALTY, WESTMINSTER SHOPPING PLAZA 5lh Avenue and 13th Street North Phone 328-7748 NOVEMBER 20th thru NOVEMBER 26th A new company prepared la serve you better Member of Multiple- Listing Service Drop by for a cup of coffee and meet our friendly tales staff Exclusive Agents for "KRAHN HOMES LTD." Watch for Friday's "HERALD" for details' ;