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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THI UTHBRIDGE HERALD Triimday, Odober U, 1972 Golden (Open Monday through Friday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Satmciay 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.) Sunday: The Golden Mile Singers Mill entertain at the auxiliary hospital at 2 p.m. week: Monday: Ok! time [lancing at 2 p.m. Tuesday: Buses leave tor' Carmangay at a.m. Whist drive al p.m. Cash prizes. Wednesday: Keep fit classes a.m. Thursday: Bingo at 2 p.m. Cash prizes. AH are welcome. Noteworthy: A number of members have recently returned from an eight- day trip to Vancouver and Vic- toria. Tte trip was a success and enjoyable. The centre has a list of mem- bers who are willing to worK as home helpers in emergencies in people's li o m e s for a few days at a lime. No heavy housawork. Further information may be ob- tained at the centre. WORK PUBLISHED GHAVENHURST, Ont. (CP1 All Your Works with Love Surround You. an original can- tata on the Creation by Peggy Feltmale, a local Grade 13 stu- dent, with music by Howard Cable, is being published. The work had its premiere last sum- mer at a church camp and has been performed at St. James Church here where Miss Kelt- mate is a member of the choir and Mr. Cable the organist and choir director. Looking for Real CARPET VALUE? Chart Your Course for Jordans INSTALLED BROA.DLOOM SALE! ONE PRICE 1. "Fashion Leader Carpel" (T.M.) 7. Luxurious Rubber Cushion 3. Jordans Skilled Craftsmen Three "Fashion Leader (T.M.) made exclusively (or Jordans by Burlington. Iwo weeks installed at Ihese low, Law prices. 'CENTURY SCROLL' Dialled with rubber cushion Gracefully flowing sculptured palre eight beautiful shades. 1.99 P sq. yd. 'BOLD VENTURE' SALE Installed with rubber cushion 11 iq. yd. Extremely hard wearing, closely woven, multi-color pile. A beautiful array of 12 patterns in two level loop newest shades. 'WINDWARD' Installed wilh rubber cushion 14 ,99 sq. yd. Jordan's top seller law level multi-color shag lightly rwfsled heat sel nylon gorgeous color selection 17 in all. WE HAVE CARPETS FOR EVERYONE Use Convenient Budget Plans. No Down Payment Located Downtown at 315 6th St. 5. Phone 327-1103 Out-of-town residents may phone collect! WHAT'S IN STORE? by Lois McLean Davis In many ways shopping is lifce voting. A shopper selects a procfuef, the voter elect! a candidate. In both instances, the quality and suitability jj reasoned re esrcblish, "Will rhe product (or rhe candidate) fill ihe The store is a booth, the cashier Is the polling clerk, Ihe deparlmenl manager is the returning officer, the manu- facturer of the product is iVie political parry. If a certain product is than satisfactory, the cus- tomer exerrs tremendous power by not buying it. To mates the reason for dissatisfaction heard, the customer writej lo the monufocrurer: "I didn't bvy your product because Someone has said, they deserve." Maybe It gets ihe merchandise it deserves. 'The voters get the government true thaf (he buying public AND AWAY WE 601 There seems to be little of seven, and Mamie Sanders, five. Holly Bingham, seven, that white stuff left on the hills, but slippery grass is just and eight-year-old Sara Mams. -Bill Groenen, photo as good. After-school sledders are, lefl to right, ______ j-amily Just Jude Handsome -winter project Beautiful needlepoint is in the bag By MARGARET LUCKIIURST T AST winter at an evening function at the Yates, I noticed a woman carving a beautiful needlepoint handbag. It was so pretty, especially for evening use that I asked her where she got it. She was, of course, very pleased to hear my comments and said she received many similar ones and was only too happy to share the information on the hows and (he whcres. I As I enjoy embroidery. es- i pecially needlepoint, workin MARK 'X' FOR THESE ITEMS When I hear the song 'Last night 1 didn't get to sleep ot 1 think, "Aha! I'll tell her, i'll say one cup of Nabob Instant Coffee your sleep will be better all night." Of I he de-caffclnated coffee? Nabob ii Iha fovorlta because of the renl tnste of a 'cuppa' lhaf remains, A thoughtful hosless should keep o jar of this on hand, It iclves a problem for the gueit who accepts regular coffee and luffers for it that night. A 17 oz. bottle of L Brand moufrhwasb sells for just 79c. Now there's a price you can't hate! Alfhough it comes in two other strengths, this family prefers 'Strong. If is a most effective gargle and mouthwosh, and we've recently found that a cold sore disappears if L Mart moumwash is dabbed onto il. TIN TYPE PUDDING CONTAINERS If you like steamed puddings, especially corrot pud- dfngi, please begin now lo save, wash and store food tins. The sirs of your family will be the guide os to which tins lo love, ond how many. Early In November, I'll include o recipe for steamed Carrot Pudding. The convenience of these 1ins (we'll cover Ihem foil for sleaming) is amazing, ond il'i a way lo use articles once more before pulling them in lha garbage. THE STORAGE STORY The squirrels aren'l Ihe only creatures that store thingi away in the fall. So, if you ore slashing away summer thingi, perhaps some of these lips will help: Wooden cool hangers won't snog Fabrici if you givs Ihem a coal of sKelfce. "lore rayon clothing woolen clothing. Wool emilj a gos which can fade or discolor royon. A crumple of newspaper in an emply jar keeps it sweet smelling. Air out fho grass catcher bag of the lawn mower, lure it'i completely dry ony moisture lefl io it will cauio It to rot. Slore potatoes in a 45-50 degree place. Slore Ihem in a bag (not plaitic) and from lunlighl. ITEMS TO ADD TO YOUR l-MART UST NABOB INSTANT COffK (coffeir, removed) l-MART MOUTHWASH AND GARGLE Send your tuggesliont lo "WHAT'S IN STORE" Box 108, lelhbridge Herald BINGO Scandinavian Hall 229 I2IV. St. "C" N. Oct. 13fh Starts ei p.m. Doors Open at p.m. S Cards for GOLD CARDS PAY DOUBtE EACH 4th, 8lh and 12th Camel in 7 Numbers or less WORTH in 59 Numbers Sorry No One. Under 16 Yean or Age Allowed on a handbag became my win-1 bag is governed by the size and ter project. shape of the embroidery mail- ed to Mr. Fulmyk, and he must use his judgment on what de- tweeds, petit point on crewel work. Mr. Fulmyk will sec to it that you have a distinctive and long- also occasionally carries them) and as I go into everything like this with zest I had the work done in no time. Then I returned the complet- ed work to the shop who in turn sent it to a purse manu- facturer who specializes in de- signing suitable frames to com- plement the needlework. At one time there was only one such outlet in Canada in Toronto. Now there is another one in Winnipeg and the last time I was there I visited tliis unique establishment and the proprie- tor Lecii Fulmyk, went to some lengths to show me just how the handbags were put together. j It takes 56 pieces including I handle, metal frame, linings, pockets and zippers to make one bag, Mr. Fulmyk said. Mounting includes blocking, lining in leatherette or fabrics in color of your choice. AH lin- ings include two compartments, zipper, and mirror pockets. For evening bags, dainty chain handles are used but for daytime use sturdier leather handles are more suitable. The size and shape of any offset the embroid .hasting handbag of outstanding the utmost, but all sign wo ery to frames are French calf, import- ed from England and they last a lifetime. When the bag gets soiled and battered, Mr. Fulmyk will take it apart again, dry clean tbe needlepoint and make a new bag out of it. If needlepoint doesn't happen to be your bag, then you might link of doing something in beauty. I know, because like JACKPOT BINGO This Thursday Evening, October 12rh Sponsored by ladies' AW of St. Peter and SI. Paul's Cdvreh STARTS P.M. SHARP-PARISH HALL CORNER 12th STREET B AND 7th AVENUE NORTH Jackpot Starts al and it Won Every Thursday 2nd Jackpot in 53 5lr> 7 No. Jackpot o' Cold ZSt PER CASD 08 5 FOR Sl.OO ALSO FREE CARDS, FREE GAMES AND A DOOR PRIZS Persons under 16 years not allowed BE A BANDOLINO GIRL YOU'LL LOVE IT! GRU by BANDOLINO ONLY 524-95 WELCOME Shoei wilh tola freo spirited Fun tovtng dreamleit looks and itylmg found onywhera From Italy with love. From Bandolino. See this beautiful fall shoe exclusively at STERLING SHOES 220A 6th ST. S. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA (ORDER MAID the woman in the Yates, I loo have had people come up and j ask me where I got my prctly j purse. i And with needlework i popularity, don't just think t making pictures or cushions try something you can carry iround and brag about and a handmade handhag sure -omes in for glowing compli- ments. By JUDE TUR1C years ago, 1 wouldn't have minded going into the hospital and eating ice cream for days. In fact, twenty years ago, it would have been a lot of fun riding through the hallways in someone wheelchair, bowling down nurses. But with just one week standing between me and the mad doctor's tonsil snippers, things are getting lough. Stories, particularity ficticious (I hope) stories, about what they do in the operating room are preying upon my gullible nature and causing havoc. One fine friend mentioned, tongue-in-cheek, the newest type of operation. It was very simple, left only minor scars on the throat and was done under local anesthetic. Two tiny slils, he explained, were made on either side of the throat, special scissors were inserted, and with a quick snip, the surgeon would remove the cause of. all my problems. Another buddy said his tonsillectomy was absolute- ly painless. Right up until the time the blood started to run down liis throat and he realized what had happened. A less gruesome version was offered by one who was less sadistic. Her tonsils were removed quickly, with a normal amount of blood, didn't hurt the next day, but drove her crazy in nightmares. She insisted they were out to get her big, fat, mean tonsils, with scalpels yet! After a good two-hour session of try-ing to outdo each other with operation exaggerations, they saw fit to leave me and my imagination alone. Unfortunately, the damage had already been done, and I was about to cancel the whole tonsillec- tomy first phone I got to. Hero of the day, who bolstered up my sagging courage turned out to be a spunky four-year-old, minus his own throaty appendages, who cast a look my way, and smilingly said, "don't worry, it really doesn't hurt too bad." To follow up a line like that with a chickening-out call was more than I could bear, and instead decided to let the tonsils fall where they may. So far. my one consolation is that it won't be happening Friday tlie Thirteenth. HEUNION PLANNER Mamie Simpson will guest of honor at a reunion plan- ned for friends and former students of Garneau High School from to 1938. Miss Simpson will he in Edmonton for the 50th anniversary cele- bration of Ihe University of Alherta, and the reunion has set for 8 p.m. Friday. Oct. 27 at the Moyfair Golf ant! Country Club. Further in- formation is available from Dr. A. Neil Cuthhertson, 13C03 53 Ave., Edmonton, W1-3B79: or Mr. G. li. Ship- ley, 5119 139 St., Edmonton, 434.4867 Frustrations eased KENTV1LLE, N.S. (CP) A >art-time Janet iVoowman says parking meters )ring out the worst in people and even her uniform of hot pants and a blouse fails lo soothe motorists. "I get bawled out quite often." says Janet, who took the job for the summer after finishing college. She thinks people's frustrations are eased by "taking Ihem out on the cop." IWeeWhimsv LABELS NEEDED QUEBEC (CP) A report on Quebec's furniture industry recommends that manufactur- ers label their products so con- sumers know whether they are buying genuine wood or imita- tion. The study also suggests that craEtsmeii be belter or- ganized, quality of accessory parts be improved and adver- tising and marketing he creased so that Quebec can de- velop top products for the tcrnational market. "'ART STUDIO ON FICTW fe flflTISTlC PICTURE FRAMING ARTISTS' 1 1 .ART 1 710- S AVE More family page 22 BONNYDAIE BEAUTY SALON ii happy to announce 'RAMONA JOHNSON' has joined their staff Ramona would like to extend a personal Invitation to her many cuitomers and friends, to drop In and see her in her new [ocalion, Mrt, NfiEd'a Hopp, also of our slyliilt, and Ramona are of- fering an Introductory Special: BONNYDALE BEAUTY SALON 1402 17lh ST. S. PHONE 327-3394 THE BETTER HALF By Barnes "When out, you won't find o sink full of dirly dishei I've been pulling them in lha over1." THE LETHBRIDGE PROGRESSIVE CONSERVATIVE WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION ARE HOLDING A RECEPTION FOR CANDIDATE KEN HURLBURT PLACE: "TOWN CHEF" Professional Bldg. 740 4th Ave. S. (Elevator) TIME: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14th, 1972 From 2-5 p.m. MR. HURLBURT will A. grading ivsfem B. How it effectt the CONSUMERS PRODUCERS C. And other pertinent Trill a special invitation lo those of you who would like to support OUR PARTY, OUR LEADIR, OUR CANDIDATE, 10 tome and get acquainted.__________________________ HURLBURT, KEN X In e Had by Ihe Wcmen'i ;