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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, Odobcr 1, 1971 ami r. a ten da r of- loca L liappvmnaA A forum of the candidates for Lethbridge and District Old- the public1 .school hoard will ho j timers' Pemmiran Club will held at (i p.m. on Tuesday at j meet in the club rooms on 0 Hamilton Junior High -ScUol. St. S. at J! p.m. Monday. A full attendance is requested. A rummage sale, sponsored i u by the Dr. F. II. Mewbtirn The General Stewart .home OBE Chapter, 10DK. will be and school meeting will he held held at fl a.m. Saturday in the at the school at p.m. on boxing room, Civic Sports l-en- i Wednesday. There will be a tre. guest speaker from the Leth- bridge Council of Home and Southminster Circle Square School Associations. Dance Club's regular will be held at p.m. Sat- i Members of the l-aurel Chap- iirclay, All square dancers wel- i ter, OES are requested to meet come. Women are asked to; at p.m. at Martin Brothers bring a box lunch. Funeral Home, H12 3rd Ave. S. i for (he funeral of Mrs. Lillian The board of directors of the i fteed, Saturday. By NOREEN KEII.ANDKIt you go around the school these days, the main topic is football and for a very good reason. The Cath- olic Central Cougars are unde- feated and hope to finish the season that way. The first fame was against Crescent Heights from Medicine Hat, and we won 23-0. Next, they met Winston Churchill and put them in their place with a score of 20-6. Then, last Friday was the big game Cougars met the LCI Rams and walked all over them with a "3-7 score. This weekend, McCoy High School from Medicine Hat will take on the Cougars, and next weekend the Cougars will travel to Medi- cine Hat to meet Medicine Hat High. Attendance at the games has been good but can be bel- ter. A spectator bus will be go- ing to Medicine Hat to cheer the Cougars on to victory. Our future Con g'a r s. (be Bombers, have been meet- ing with success in many of their games with the loyal sup-; port of the junior cheerleaders. Attendance at these games can j stand for improvement. The school year is in full swing now. Every noon hour some club is having a meet- ing. The Booster club is much in evidence with all Ihe posters decorating Ihe halls. A girl's volleyball team praeilses every day. From the music room, yen can hear the chorus putting the final touches on tl'2 songs they're learning. A new club has sprung up arci'.iri Ihe school ibis year. This is the film club a group of stu- dents are getting together, and making a movie from plan- ning what it's going to be about to editing it. The House System is start- us Corner I ing up again. The Senior High students were divided alphabet- ically into four houses. At elec- tion time last year, house presi- dents and vice-presidents were elected to represent their houses at student council meet- ings. Competitions take place between the houses in ac- ademics and sports, with points being given out. There are tro- phies given out for the house winning in basketball and vol- i levball along with the other 1 sports. The points are tallied at the end of the year and a tro- phy goes to (he house with the i most. I really should mention some- j tiling about academics, for; that's the reason we go to j school. Midterms seem a long j way away, but are approaching rapidly as (earners frequently point out. Assemblies this year have I been quite entertaining. The! Cougar football (cam, under the direction of Mike Slavich, form-, ed (he 'Cougar Choir' and sang j "Xever Ending Love" for a j thrilled audience. They were followed by the 'Lollipoppers' sinking -The Good Ship'Lolli-i pop." Last week, 'Curly and the Rocky Mountain sane ''Canyons of Your Mind" for a laughing rollicking audience. Coming up in Ihr near future, T can see. a trophv case being built to hold all the tro- phies our .school is going to win. As school spirit s.iars, T can the kindest pop rallies in the south. See you at the game1 (The views vMcert in Nie a hove column do not neces- I sadly conrur with either those of The Herald or Lei- ster's, but arc a reflection of the student's opinion.) BLOODY CUP ALMOST FILLED Student donors from the University of Lethbridge and from Lethbridge Com- munity College competed for the Bloody Cup yesterday, with sludent volunteers assisting Red Cross workers ot both clinics. Cup winners will not be announced until the number of rejects is known, but LCC donated 88 pints and the U of L approximately 85, so It looks like a pretty close competition. The LCC inter mural cup donated by the student council was won by the school of liberal ed- ucation. Above left, Corliss Clarke, processing student, helps boost the Cornell, right, third year arts and his pint for U of L. a second year data LCC totul, while Mike science sludent, adds Cross Canada Survcv sweaters arc By JEAN SHARP CP Women's Editor Dark bright colors, an ab- sence of frills, a muddling to- gether of the looks of the 1930s and 1940s set the general Womeirs status topic of meet on Octolwr 5 to thi- fintl- i ings of the Kuyal Commission on the Stn'iis of will bo i tiie subject o? a talk by Lola Langc, who he in Leth- bridge next j Mrs. of C'nn'sho'.m who was a of the mission, will sneak lo Ihe Uni- versity of Lethbridge Women's Association on UKI report and discuss ways v, hidi local women can iTiwe 01' the siiopesiod The first fall mating of the association v.il! be held at p.m. Tuesday in the faculty lounge on the second flcor of the Science RuiMmg rm C-vc End! Campif-, Members are in- vited to bring fdcr.iis would be inu rested m Mrri. Lan-e. tone of fashions for the fall. The blazer may be the sin- gle biggest item. Mini lengths are piili around, but fashionable length is the one, not far below the knee. Pant-suits are gone, though pajit.s and hot pants are still fashionable. Pants have wider bells, a la John Held. For a Cross-Canada Survey by The Canadian Press a fash- ion expert in Edmonton summed it up. "If I could choose- (inly one (Xiiiit Jail I'd a ;-kirt ui'h a ivaily {itilrv.: v.'a'Mer va- v ].'n worniuilv c s e. The would have move- ment. maybe, cumc just k> knee. ilic jacket in vel- vety or in a cor- duroy in d.r.'k tones." In Tcvon'.o the blax'.'r is in every of fabric, v, uh or ords. wiih braid You ii with p'cv skirt s. or eve- scone are mentioned by buy- ers in Saint John. X.B., and Winnipeg. Hot pants will al.-n U1 around in bather, in wools and oeca- .siocaliy in slightly long e r lengths than were worn in the summer. When they aren't cov- ered by long skirts, they are worn with textured stockings or knee socks. Spokesmen everywhere say dresses and skirts will come back into their own now that the; burning issue of length has been more or le.s.s re- soft, clinging. Womanly and! feminine are used to describe i them. They are knits and woven versions of polyesters, wools.! man made mixtures, chiffon1 and crepe. Black is back and colors are expected to be reds to a burgundy, plus browns and beiges. With skirts that have pleats, you wear turtlenecks, blouses and sweaters. A new layered look is expected to be a uin- ner. A Winnipeg expert de- scribes it as "sweater over sweater over sweater." A Van- couver fashion co ordinator says the short sweaters go over the long ones. big! Another Vancouver expert says veiled hats arc being worn by women who remem- ber the last lime they were worn. Younger w o in e n are wearing newsboy caps and big hats with floppy brims. Boots are still to be worn with almost any outfit, espe- cially laced up "granny" boots. Shoes are not, quite as clunky as they have been for a season or two. They and the boots show most clearly the nostalgic look of much of the fall's fashion. They have slender straps, clcs- tic inserts, buttons down the side. St. John's. Nfld.. fashion buv- ers are among liiosc predicting that tweed coals will be big sellers for fall and winter. Tweeds and fur trimmed coats wiih are mention- ed most often. The midi style may linger among them, espe- cially on girls and young wo- men. Most coats will just be longer than the skirts, though, which should make them slight- ly shorter than the midi lenglh. No one likes to talk about the midi, and it is the theory of several fashion commentators (hat fiasco has had much to do with the freeing up of fashion. II now is permissible for a a to wear v.lia; suits her her age, whatever that mav be, 1 or a job liy Many HOOP readers seek .s "ihat will help j a successful job in- j MAIL ORDERS! Tick off the selections you want and send to us. You'll receive your records for only Si.00 each. Please add 15e postage on orders S4.00 and under. r 1 1. MAGGIE MAY I REASON TO BELIEVE-Rod Stewart 1 2. 1 HEAR THOSE CHURCH EEILS RINGING-The Dusk r 1 3. GO AWAY tlTTtE GIRL-Donny Osmond E 4. NIGHT THEY DROVE OLD DIXIE DOWN-Joan 3aez L J 5. DO YOU KNOW WHAT I MEAN-l.ee Michaels 6. NEVER ENDING SONG OF LOVE-Delcmy and Bonnie 7. WHATCHA SEE IS WHATCHA GET-The Dramatics 8. I JUST WANT TO CELEBRATE-Rnre Earth 1 I 9. WON'T GET FOOIED Who 10. UNCLE HALSEY-Paul and linda McCartney till. STICK UP-Honey Cone. 12. STORY IN YOUR EYES-Moody Blues viewer. If you have any spe- t-ial skills, talents or hobbies tell him about them. Don't go overboard try- ing to impress (ho interview- er, for you can turn him off if you come on too strong. 3. Dress moderately; the personnel officer may be with it, but most likely he won't dig the latest mod fashions in the office. 4. Be on time and don't take anyone with you em- ployers have very little time for people who are not prompt and cannot stand on U1 'ir own two feet. 5. Find out a little about the prospect ive employer's business before going to the interviewer. You'll have a better idea of what the em- ployer is looking for and it j will help make your conver- sation with the interviewer go more smoothly. As booklet notes, if your first attempt at getting a job is not successful, don't give up keep trying. Ask local businessmen if they can offer you a job. L' the ones you talk to can't help you perhaps they can give you a lend on someone who can. Also ask your friends who already have jobs to tell you how they got them. Ask your parents to help. ask at church, and be sure to check want ads in the newspapers. If you are still in school. one way to keep money in pockets is to get a part- time job. Restaurants, thea- grocery stores, .super- markets, drive-ins and many other places of business need workers during the evening hours. Incidentally, it's also a gOvrfl idea to ask your summer employer if he can keep you on during the school year on a part-time basis. You mry not be able to work aiu-'r school because you are on some athletic team or because you have duties at home. In that case, you may need a job during vacations such as Christmas and faster. Large" stores and some other businesses need extra employees during these seasons, but many will be trying for jobs available and you must start early U) get one. The booklet adds: "But there are a few things you should remember even after you've landed a job. "Tf you want to 'advance, don't make the mistake of 'fooling around' at work. Em- ployers do not tolerate horse play. ''And don't make tardiness a habit your employer may decide that he doss not neo.1 someone who can't be at, work when the job starts. "The key to success on the job is co-operation. Co-oper- ate with your employer and you can look for some re- ward a promotion or a raise." HERE SHE IS, Miss Amer- ica of 1S72, Laurie Lea fer of Bexley, Ohio. Poised for the start of her year-long reign, she received the crown at th? close of the annual Atlantic City pageant amid traditional tears. FRAME STYLES FROM AROUND-THE- WORLD A REMINDER WE ARE CLEARING THE BALANCE OF OUR AMPEX TAPE RECORDERS SAVINGS UP TO 3Q% COMING EVENTS DANISH GYMNASTS Oct. 13 and 14 Tickets Available at LEISTER'S OVERTURE SEASON TICKETS Tickets Available at LEISTER'S CASH BINGO ST. BASIL'S HAU-Cor. 13ih St. and 6th Ave. N. 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