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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 lHt IfTHRKIDGE HERAID Wmlncidny, November 74, 1971 _ iiuindal side oi living: with savings in mind VI, n rlifl tll-lt Vnlinli i .H nVTUl Slall mil can for housewives lo shop] She said that Ihe "h price per semng in mind cr in particular shoul. M eon idcr what they arc what she wears n. illiu i" v-u... _ lKji KI.I. t.. tmi M" and j dollars, i lnriu l-.rr then buy to su.t huv- know most and needs. p.irt- in nutrient value (or the being "The styles change so quick- Canada food guide is an j so much, il becomes a excellent basis for planning ,vastc to buy too much of any im-ils ard considering the j Onc style, amount of money "id Miss Bartman. Long-term city residents to mark 50th anniversary 11SS IHU Ulluli. am. "U can give a good picture of proper food consumption, or L _r rVitiimillltf she said. Miss Bartman added that the women who sews can save and can learn to make-ever old what he doesn't from himself." be appointee !rnm among Ihe I.eihbridgc. Kaih The committee will he for developing in provide local re-sidems ,i tho -widest range of cul- I'ura'l. social and recreational r.nportiinilies. It will he an informational nirmiittcc to council nn "eun-ent community service p-iicram- and their benefit to and cslablish- in.t priorities and plans for the programs fur council consldera- Pliins also call for the com- tn be a liaison between r'riwis croups such as the Al- lied Arts council, the Family Bureau. The Family and the llcadstan Board, and ritv council TN> committee replaces the parks and recreation corr.rr.i.-- ,ion and the social service ad- vison' committee. the" serving of food. Designing familv meals around the guide ivill 'give a variety of food consumption, assure that you are getting Ihe right kind oi Piiirients. and gives you a mea- suring stick in relation lo food her talk. Miss Bart- man showed slides coropar- ing last year's foal prices with current prices. It was shown that most commodities have seen an increase while a rela- iive few have decreased in -ice. In general, prices have dresses to look like new. In concluding her session on saving, she said that all buy me should be done "according to your personal needs" and add- ed an old saying, "be who buys need, steals On Saturday, Nov. 27, Mr and Mrs. Ernest H. Risler of1 511 nth Street S. will observe their golden wedding anniver- sary. To mark the occasion mem- bers of tire family will hold an open house in the Pemnucan Club rooms from 2 to 5 p.m. and from 7 to 9 p.m. but it 15 specifically requested that there be no gifts. It was on Nov. M, 1921, that W. E. McNivcn, minister of the then Wesley Methodist Church, Lcthbridge, united marriage Elsie Stones and Mr., her oi' the Women's Auxiliary of risen' from a few cents to 30 'she added that many shop- pers in search of bargains and specials tend to go from store to store They forget that gas consumption is added to the total of their food bill and in reality they don't save much at 'dues to good buying included organizing a shopping list, plan- ning menus a week ahead, and not shopping on an empty stom- makes you buy things you don'i really need, said Miss Bartman. On the topic of clothes and useful buying techniques. Miss Bartman suggested that the most valuable tiling a woman could do is claim a good under- standing of her present ward- robe. -Know what you have, what nnuttDC you do in the way of activities, interested in sen-ing j "and exactly what you need lor services ad- them. A wise understandinf! o committee" can submit a' fashion and a better one of to the citv clerk's office what you look good in is your council consideration. greatest asset." she said. inn challenge HALIFAX (CTi Dietitians, unlike nurses, arc not tne sub- ject of ron-.anc-.' novels, hut die- titian Ruth Ann Mulrooney finds her career exciting and challenging. Blue-eyed and vivacinus. Miss Mulrooney teaches and co-oral- nates internship pro- gram at two Halifax hospitals. She a'so dees dietetic consult- ations a field she became inter- THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes ested in through the weight-ro ductdon organization known as Take Off Pounds Sensibly. As a consultant, shr- doctors in their advice to pa- tients on nutrition and weight- reduction programs. Miss Mulrooney predicts thp. practice of dietetic consultation is bound to increase in the fu- ture. Doctors, she says, acquire only a nodding acquaintance, j with nutrition in medical schools. She spent seven years acquir- her '-nowledge of nutrition After obtaining her bachelor cf science degree al University a, Ottawa, she interned for a year at the Royal Victoria Hospital in Montreal. After that, she took her mas- ter's degree in nutrition at the University of Wisconsin and spent her summers at the Mas- sachusetts General Hospital to ;ain practical experience. Miss Mulrooney says she can see many different fields open- ing for trained dietitians. _ Tic course at the hospitals here is divided between the areas of food service, including management and preparation of food, and the application of the science of rm'iition to sick pa- tients. Ernest H. Risler. Mrs. Risler s the daughter of the late Mr. snd Mrs. Francis Stones, old- timers of the Fort Macleod and Porcupine Hills area. Born in Leeds, England, in 1856, Mrs Risler moved with her family to Fort Macleod in 1906. Bora in 1895 in Ixmdon, Ont. where he was raised, Mr. Ris ler arrived in Lethbridge lati in 1918 and for 43 years wa employed as a linotype opera tor with The Lethbridge Her aid, retiring in 1061. The coupl has resided in this city for over 50 years. During all these wars both have held high offices in vari- ous organizations with Mrs. Risler named district deputy president of the Rebtkahs in 19-15. She is also a life mem- St Augustine's A n g 1 i can hiiroh. Mr. Risler has been ctivc in the IOOF and Masonic order, holding the office of (jiirict deputy grand master of he Oddfellows in 198? awl dis- trict deputy grand master of he Masons in 1945. He is also a last patron of the Order of .he Esstcrn Star. Just recently Mr. Risler was presented with he 50-year veteran's jewel of Masonic order. The couple have two sons, William F. (Bill) of Calgary and Ernest AJbert (Buzz) of Lethbridge, seven grand- children and two great grand- children. Mr. and Mrs. Risler are keen outdoor enthusiasts, spending most of the summer months fishing, camping, etc.. and Mr. Risler is an ardent curler. For many years Mr. Risler was in active member of the Horticultural Society and during latter years specialized in growing exhibition dahlias. He was also a member of the, original Horticultural Society formed in Lethbridge. Enjoying good health, Mr. and Mrs. Risler have matetain- Stree, S. from 2 to 5 and 7 ,o 9 p.m. ed their sdiw interest in vari- ous local groups and organiza- tions and are anticipating a happy reunion with old friends this Saturday. COI-OIilSG TIME i Watches strapped in today's bright colors give an exciting I look to an outfit. Straps can be changed so that you'll have a wardrobe of colors lo put the fhslshicg touches to many of your outfits. BINGO MOOSE HAIL 1234 AVENUE NORTH WEDNESDAY al P.M. in 53 12 Gcm, in 7 8th Game-, Doubled in 7 Number. 5 Card, SI.00 J FREE GAMES FREE CARDS DOOR PRIZE NO CHILDREN UNDER 16 SPONSORED 3Y THE tOYAL ORDER OF MOOS6_ SIMPSONS-SEARS SPECIAL PU m. -M-fTT Quality Fashion Wigs in for Christmas Time had to work eight hours to get this from my boss and you complain because you have to work five minutes to get it from Home Recipe Plan Takes Off Ugly Fat H'? simple quickly one rniiv lose pounds of unsightly fat rMii in your o'.vn home. Make I'm- homo recipe vourself. It's no trouble at all nnd coats Ju.n 20 to your drugstore nnd ask for .Varan. Pour this into fi pint hoi tic and add enough "rnpefruit juice in fill the bottle. T.iVc two tnblespoonsful twice dnv as needed and follow the Naran Reducing Tlan. [f >'our first purchase does not Bho'v simple easy way to lose tvlky fat and help regain slender more graceful curves; if i reducible pounrla and inches of excesa fat don't disappear from neck. chin, arms, abdomen, hips, calves and ankles just return the bottle for your money this easy dorscd by many who have tried this plan and help bring hack al- lurins curves and graceful Fleiiderness. Noto bow quickly bloat much better you feel. More alive, voulufui appearing and active. telling bis painting job is mar- velous when it isn't. LaKAY'S LADIES' WEAR LTD. Announces a new policy for their North Lethbridge Store! LaKAY'S now offering the lowest, unbeatable price; on brand name mer- chandise every item in the store at DISCOUNT PRICES NOTHING HELD BACK LOOK FOR THE GREEN DISCOUNT TAGS ON ALL MERCHANDISE AND NEVER PAY FULL PRICE AGAIN. Remember EVERYDAY IS SALE DAY AT La KAY'S LADIES' WEAR LTD. 312 13th Street North OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY Till t P.M. Romance Stretch Wig Tired of styling your own hoir? Then try ths Romance Strttch Wig. Made of 100% Dynel, quality modacrylic fibre and o comfortable: lightweight base. Care for it yourrelf-gently brush and style. 18 o'lor lo blond with ycur own hair or for a faseinciting look. Choose from cue many colors. Come in and have a look And lei our professionally (rained sh-lisls help you find a wig lhal is best snilrd for you! STOK HOUM: Op.fl Dally ..m. t. p.m.; Thursday Friday 9 a.m. 9 p.m. Ccntr, Village. 32B.9M1. ;