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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, Ottobir 23, 1970 THE LETHMIDGE HHALO 15 In And Out Of Town Mrs. P. Lewko and Mrs. S. Sailer will receive guests at Laurel Chapter No. 43 OES tea, Saturday in SouUiminster hall from 2 to 5 p.m. Pouring honors will be shared by Meedames M. Moffat, E. Smith, 0. E. Frache, F. Med- hurst, T. Reynar, and C. Thompson. Mrs. M. McKay will be in charge of the decor, Mrs. L. Sorenson the tea tables, Mrs. D. Dalquist the bake table and Mrs. M. Lloyd the novelty table. In charge of catering is Mrs. H. Caiman who will be assisted by Mrs. A. Hovan and Mrs. D. Carse. Mrs. K. Buijert will convene :he annual bazaar of St. An- drew's Presbyterian Women's Federation, being held on Wed- nesday afternoon, Nov. 4. e The Ladies Auxiliary Army, Navy, and Airforce, will hold a REHEARSAL IN PROGRESS Left to right, Carolyn Drewry as the king, July Melnyk as the queen and Eliza- beth Martin as the sentry, go through their paces for the operetta. The Idea being presented by the Southminster Junior Girls Choir in the Yates, Saturday at p.m. and Sunday at p.m. Martha Hobbs will play the part of the queen and Rhonda Dorren that of the king during the Saturday performance. Guests for the matinee are the Anne Campbell singers and for Sunday, the Teen Clefs. Strictly Not For The Birds Women Hunters Bring Home Moose MATTAWA, Ont. (CP) What do two women do when they go partridge hunting? Why, they shoot two moose, of course. "There was a third moose in there but we were only allowed one said Myrt Dixon, one of two Mattawa housewives who dropped a charging bull moose when the half-ton mon- ster was Jess than 100 feet The two had got themselves lost a few days ago in the James Bay lowlands, more jhan 100 miles from the nearest road, with the compass left be- hind in the cabin in somebody's purse. When they shot a second moose a search party was at- tracted by the firing and two men arrived on the scene just in time to help the ladies clean the trophies and help pack out the meat. Mrs. Dixon, a widow who op- erates a lunch bar in this town 30 miles east of North Bay, and her chum, Mrs. Albert Morin, get off for an afternoon of part- ridge hunting at Temagami, 60 miles north of North Bay. Ask About The NEW INVISIBLE MULTIFOCAL LENS WIULTILIHO Besides their shotguns, they each packed a .30-30 carbine "in case we ran into a bear." They also bought moose lic- "just in ease." At Temagami they found the woods crowded with hunters. They pushed north another 180 miles to Cochrane. Still too many hunters to suit them. At a seaplane base they pleaded with the pilot to take them to a more isolated loca- tion. 'He'd never seen two unes- corted women moose hunters before and I guess he didn't want us on his said Mi's. Dixon. They wore down his caution and sunset found them en- sconsed in a tiny outpost cabin at a .lake in the James Bay lowlands. Next morning they went hunt- ing. "By 10 a.m. we were lost in a swamp with no idea where we said Mrs. Dixon. "Our compass was back in the shack in one of our purses." Later, amid falling snow and rain they found themselves at another lake. They decided to spend the night there and gath- ered firewood and used hunting knives to make a windbreak and a balsam bough bed. They also neglected to bring any food. "We each had a peppermint tor dinner and saved the last peppermint to divide for break- fast." They took turns staying up to tend the fire. Were they scared? New indoor sport! Floor tile "racing" with Armstrong Place 'n Press Excelon tile. The "race" is on for beau- tiful floors. And Armstrong Place 'n Press is ihe easiest do-it-yourself floor tile ever. I. Peel off the paper. 2. Place tile in position. 3. Press down. The adhesive is already on the back. It sticks by itself. No more putting off. Bright- en up those drab, dingy rooms in record time. A 9 x 12 foot room takes about li hours. And Place 'n Press goes over old tile or lino- leum. Or directly on most basement concrete. Any- where as long as the floor is flat. And because there's no messy glue, you can leave your job partly done for days without worrying about the mess. Uss leftover files to cover table fops. Line cupboards, drawers or shelves. Remember the name is what you do! Tlie floor tile That's fun to install. From (Armstrong "Oh, no, we both like the woods." But there were a few nervous moments as rutting moose bawled and crashed through the forest. Next morning they decided to try to get back to their lake. "The weather was clearing and tliere was a chance the pilot would see us on his way into the said Mrs. Dix- on. "Suddenly we saw a bull and two cow moose. The bull saw us at the same time and headed our way at a gallop. We started blasting away. The first shot hit him in the head and turned him from us. He took three more bullets and went down for good. He came too close for comfort." 'Mindful, of their other licence, the women turned their car- bines on tiie nearest cow. She went down with a slug through the heart and one through the neck. Meanwhile, back at the lake, Harold Elliott and Dan Jaist who occupied a similar outpost cabin, had a hunch the women might be hi trouble. They set off on tile trail and soon were attracted by the shooting. When the plane arrived it was obliged to make two trips out to take the ladies and their meat. At Hearst, the ladies called home. Albert Morin, who thought his wife was at Temagami re- ceived the call from Hearst, 420 miles north. He was asked to bring a truck. "He's the nervous said Mrs. Morin with a smile. "He wouldn't have let'me go if he'd known where we ended up." As for the partridge? "Come to think of it, we never saw one." Fall tea and Bake sale, W d- nesday from to 5 p.m. in the ANAF Club. Receiving and seating the guests will be Mrs. R. Burn- ham president, with Mrs. E. MacAuley and Mrs. A. Jarvie. Tea arrangements will be con- vened by Mrs. J. Emerson and Mrs. G. Martin, with the kit- chen assistance of Mrs. A. Mo- vald, Mrs. M. Moscovich, Mrs. W. Hill, Mrs. R. Younger, Mrs. J. Holwegner, and Mrs. W. Mc- Knight. Pouring tea will be Dominion President Mrs. C. Thompson of Calgary, and Mrs. S. Slater, Dominion Sec. Serving the tea tables mil be Mrs. L. Church, Mrs. G. Mar- tin, Mrs. D. Witwicki, and Mrs. J. Emerson. In charge of the pantry table will be Mrs. P. Seaman, with Mrs. B. Schweitzer as treasur- er. Sister Mary of Calvary, Sis- ter M. Clarissa, Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Gray will form the re- ceiving line when the Ladies Auxiliary to St. Michael's Hos- pital honor llw 1970 graduating class at tea Sunday afternoon, immediately following the grad- uation ceremony. Mi's. R. D. Gruenwald, presi- dent of the association, assist- ed by Mrs. J. C. Moore, is con- vening the affair io be held in the nurses' lounge. Assisting in other capacities will be the Mesdames U. J. Pitt- man, J. J. Laccy, H. H. Bart- ram, J. H. Noble, J. D. Pater- son, A. Pomahac, R. Kinniburgli A. R. Krushel, R. Chapman, S. J. Gregory, N. G. Kirk, John Park, D. "Mahe, W. Mass, D. Pittman, F. T. Wood, and R. Ludwig. Cloves have soared to almost five times their previous cast because of crop failures in Mad- agascar. U.S. Economy Shoivs Effect Of Midi Skirl WASHINGTON (Reuter) A new reason for oppos- ing the niicli look was put forward by the White House possible effect on the U.S. economy. Latest government statis- tics showed the consumer price index rose last month, and one factor was a sub- s t a n t i a 1 increase in the prices of women's clothing. "H this is the result of the midi, then it is another rea- son for having some reser- vations about the movement in that Paul McCracken, chairman of the president's council of economic advisers told White House reporters with a smile. Ann Land ers DEAR ANN LANDERS: We hear a lot these days about children who have no respect for their parents. What about parents who have no respect for their children? Here's what I meafil: Mom and Dad drag the kids out of bed at a.m. to take them on a 350 mile trip. They arrive at their destination and promptly tell the kids they are going to a party to see relatives "so stay awake and act Next they are dragged to another party more relatives. Again: "Stay awake and act polite." They are then given a quick refresher course on names so they'll know Aunt Zelda from Cousin Kate. The food consists of tidbits served with drinks, a cheese dip and potato chips. At a.m. the kids are put to bed on the floor 22 hours without sleep. I am an adult who went through this .rigorous routine and I was half dead for two days. I know people who take better care of their animals. Any comment? Out DEAR OUT: Sounds rough, but I'll bet the kids had a good time and it's better than leaving them at home. K the parents dragged them like this every week I'd report them to the Humane Society, but for a one-time thing it's nothing to get excited about. P.S. Kids recover faster than adults. a Is alcoholism a disease? How can the alcoholic be treated? Is there a cure? Read the booklet "Alcoholism Hope and Help" By Ann Landers. Enclose 35 cents in coin with your request and a long, stamped self-addressed enveope. CASH BINGO ST. BASIL'S HALL-Cor. T3ih St. and 6th Ave. N. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23rd 8 O'CLOCK BLACKOUT JACKPOT 52 NUMBERS 4th and 8th Games in 7 NUMBERS-! 2th Game LUCKY DRAW 5 CARDS FOR OR 25c EACH Persons Under 16 Years Not Allowed SPONSORED BY ST. BASIL'S MEN'S CLUB RUMMAGE SALE Saturday, October 24th at 9 a.m. Basement of St. Augustine's Church llth STREET AND 4lh AVENUE SOUTH SPONSORED BY EVENING BRANCH OF ST. AUGUSTINE'S A.C.W. SIMPSONS-SEARS Suiting the Scenes In Bonded Orion Live the liberated life everyday of the week, in pant suits. Styled to flatter. Made for comfort able wearing, the dress could never give you. Simpsons-Sears has a pric- ed-right collection of 2 and 3 piecers that are just what you've been waiting for. Vests, runies, and jackets in torso-shaping models, trimmed with imitaton leopard, gold tone chains, buttons, ties, and laces. Striking shades of assorted colors. Sizes 7 to 15. lADiES'" DRESS Open Tonight Until 9 p.m. at Centre Village ;