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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Nov.mbtr S4, 1971 THE ICTHBRIDGE HERAID 17 12 oz. bottle Barbagallo of Montreal, Janice Hogg of Regma, Marilyn Thomas of Vancouver, Kathy Willon of Edmonton, Laura- Jayne Gaul of Winnipeg, Linda King of Calgary and Mar- garet Worton of Toronto. Grapefruit MISS GREY CUP ONE OF NINE Nine beauties rep- resenting Canadian Football League teams pose in snow atop GrLe Mountain, near Vancouver One will be .has- en Miss Grey Cup on Thursday. From left to right: Margot R JHUS of Hamilton, Marlene Shepherd of Ottawa.. Debra Calendar of local happening Decorama, the economics workshop which had previous- ly been postponed, will be held on Saturday in Magrath High School commencing at a m. Mrs. Helen Bentlcy from the University of Alberta will discuss interior decorating and decorative textiles. For further information, interested persons are asked to contact Mrs. Mar- garet Wilson, 327-2704. Hie First United Church 60 Plus club will meet Friday at 1. p.m. with hostesses Mrs. Janet Edwards and Mrs. N. S. Hall. Old time dance classes will be held in Taber from 8-9 p.m. with western square dance classes from 9-11 p.m. on Thursday in tile Dr. Hamman school. Vic Dash of Lethbridge will be instructing the latter part of the program. Everyone welcome. This is being held in conjunction with the recreation department. Members of the Womens' Auxiliary to the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital and Gait School of Nursing are request- ed to attend a work meeting Friday at 9 a.m. in the lounge of the residence. Members are also reminded of the party for the new students to be held Monday at p.m. Dotations of food and prizes for games is requested. Mrs. Stella Irvine will be hos- tess to the Margaret Hartley Past Presidents' Club at her home, 1509 6 Ave. S., Thursday at 8 p.m. Members are asked to please remember parcels for UNICEF. l i The Original Pensioners and Senior Citizens Society general meeting will be held Wednes- day at p.m. in gym 2 of the civic sports centre. Elec- tions will be held and entertain ment and drive home service will be provided. The Original Pensioners and Senior Citizens Auxiliary So- ciety will meet Friday at 2 p.m in gym 2 of the ciri sports centre. There will be ai election of officers, lunch wil be served after the meeting and a good attendance is re quested. Christmas is Just Around the Corner PANTSUITS NAME BRANDS Dressy Fortrel and Crepe. Most suitable for evening wear. Blue, pink, black, white. 8 to 18. Ann Landers Values to 49.98 PANTS of all kinds in flannel, cords, den- ims. Flared legs. Some proportion- ed sizes. Grey, black, brown, green, navy. 5 to 15. SWEATERS Novelty styles in wool or orlon. Ribbed, plain and fancy knits. Wide colour selection. S.M.L DEAR READERS: Recently 1 printed a Idler signed Reader." He complained that todays youth has been pampered, petted, plied toys, trans.stas a s Ltique fashions and spending money. He dcscnbed todays -aWs as overschooled and underworked-wallow mg in nd spice and everything thrice. "When lie Fun of vouth fades and the years pile up, when indulgent parents 'are gone, what resources vffll be theirs? he asks, What inner strength to draw on in time of What gifts to give the world? What legacy to leave to those unborn' His final thrust: "Has any generation ever had so much, foi so little, in a world lived in by so I invited responses to those provocative questions and they came by the thousands. Here's a sampling: FROM SPOKANE: 'Musty' Has been rubbing shoulders with the upper half of one-half per cent. Toys? Brkes? Transistors? Cars? Boutique fashions? My parents didn t have